Cedar Lutheran Church

The practice of making New Year’s resolutions goes back over 3000 years. The start of a New Year gives us the feeling of a fresh start, a new beginning, and new opportunities. It is a time when people feel that they can begin anew with their lives. Common New Year’s resolutions are to lose weight, exercise more and eat healthier; or to spend more time with family. Still others include managing money better and being more organized. Although there is nothing in the Bible or notable in Christian tradition about New Year’s resolutions, many good stewards take advantage of this time of year to become closer to the Lord. They may re-commit themselves to pray more, to read the Bible, or to attend church more regularly. If you are looking for some ideas for your New Year’s resolutions, here are a few to get you started:

-Practice gratitude
-Encounter the Lord each day
-Resist overwork
-Nurture friendships
-Give more
-Make a difference in your Church community 
-Consider living more simply .
-Get healthy 
-Don’t give up


 

From Pr. Camp's January Newsletter Article

Committees

  • Altar Guild and Assistant Ushers
  • Fellowship
  • Finance
  • Social Ministry
  • Welcoming & Hospitality
  • Worship & Music
  • Helping Hands
  • Staff Support
  • Stewardship
  • Christian Education/Youth Group
  • Church Council

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Rev. Gordon Camp

 

Our Pastor

 

Cedar Lutheran Church shares the facilities with Cedar United Church of Christ. As such, we the congregations of Cedar Union Church, will continue to…
Keep our commitment to Christ foremost.
Pray for one another for vision and consolation in our Christian faith.
Strive for a better understanding of each other’s heritage and beliefs.
Welcome members from out congregations to attend each other's worship services.
Partake in joint worship services such as Memorial Day, Ash Wednesday, Holy Thursday, and Good Friday.
Provide opportunities for joint social events for our two congregations throughout the year.
Work together for social justice and the common good, and jointly enter into projects to benefit our local communities.
Cooperate to resolve difficulties as they arise.

To Join a Committee, please phone or email the church office.