At a person’s death, the church shares the grief of those who mourn and remembers the brevity of life on earth. At the funeral we give voice to sorrow, thank God for our loved one, and entrust this companion of ours into the hands of God. Trusting in God’s promise in baptism that we are claimed by Christ forever, we rest in the sure home of the resurrection When the church gathers to mark the end of life, Christ crucified and risen is the witness of worship, the strength of mutual consolation, and the hope of healing.” (Evangelical Lutheran Worship, p. 279)

Please contact the church office, 634-4514, to speak with one of the pastors regarding any questions you might have. Below is a resource that might be helpful . . .

Policy for Funerals/Memorials and Burials

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