We are a small town church in Mountain Lake, Minnesota, and we care about faithful biblical teaching, loving each other like family, and contributing to the community beyond our congregation. We would be honored to have you join us and give us the opportunity to welcome you warmly!
Discipleship Class/Prayer 9:00 am
Worship Service 10:10 am
500 Klein St, Mountain Lake, MN 56159
Just off Mountain Lake Road
October 29 – Brunch Sunday! This will be a casual worship service in our Fellowship Hall, with time for sharing songs, questions, and thoughts, without a regular sermon. Food will be provided!
November 5 – We will be joining Bethel Mennonite Church for their harvest festival. They will provide lunch afterwards.
We will resume regular worship on November 12.
What to Expect
Come as you’re most comfortable, anything from sweatpants to suit coats! Park up front if you’re a first time guest, or in the larger lot in the back if you need a wheelchair-accessible entrance. We will welcome you and offer you some coffee and (usually) snacks, and there will be no shortage of people who are glad to see you and happy to talk.
We’ll move into the sanctuary at 10:10 (or shortly after) for our worship service, which lasts about an hour and a half. We’re usually done between 11:30 and 11:45. During the worship service we will sing songs, pray for each other, pray for needs in town and around the world, and have a sermon that applies the Bible to life today. You are welcome to join in all of this right away, or just sit back and observe! If you stay to talk after the service, someone will probably invite you to lunch!
Bread Together Sundays
On the first Sunday of each month, we receive the Lord’s Supper (a.k.a. communion or eucharist) and have a church potluck after the worship service! The Lord’s Supper is bread and wine (we use grape juice, and have gluten-free bread available) that represents the body and blood of Jesus as he died to save us and rose from the dead three days later! We don’t require you to be a member of our church, but we do ask that you only receive communion if you are a Christian who has put your faith in Jesus.
The potluck, on the other hand, is open to everyone! Whether you bring something or not, we will have plenty to go around, and we’d love to share a meal and get to know you!
If you’d like to get a feel for what we teach and how we worship, check out the live streams on our YouTube channel: