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Constitution and By-Laws Committee

The Church Council is seeking volunteers to be part of a committee to examine and propose changes to the Constitution and ByLaws. This informal group will report to the Church Council recommendations for changes to both the Constitution and the By-Laws. After Church Council consideration, the changes recommended may proceed through the approval process as outlined in the Constitution and By-Laws. If you would like to participate on the committee or have suggestions, please contact Kelly Callahan or let Pastor Hahn know.

Dakota Woodlands

LWML is collecting the following items: Most Needed: Baby wipes; Diapers (sizes 3-6), Paper Towel, & Disinfecting Wipes. Other Needs: New Towel Sets; Toilet Paper, Paper Napkins; 13 gal. Trash Bags, Baby Oil; Baby Powder; Shampoo/Conditioner; Liquid Hand Soap; Toothbrushes; Women’s Deodorant’ Bacitracin; new Shower Curtains, new Pillow Covers, new Brooms & Dustpans. You can also make a monetary donation, please make checks out to Dakota Woodlands and give to an LWNL officer (Eileen Gregory, Sue Nosbusch, or Joyce Swedean). Please leave this items in the laundry baskets in the Narthex by Sunday, May 22nd. 

Summer Grounds Care

The Trustees are looking for volunteers to help mow the church grounds. With enough helpers, each person may only have to mow about 4 times during the season. Most of the mowing is done with a large lawn tractor. Contact Jeff Aldinger for more info or to sign up to help

25th Annual Boutique and Youth Cookie Sale

Our annual boutique will be on November 7, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 3:00 PM.  If you are interested in being a seller at the boutique, and 8 foot table and 2 chairs will be $25.  More information is available from Eileen Gregory at 952-469-6552 or

LCMS Disaster Relief Fund


The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod's disaster response ministry responds to immediate and long-term needs following natural and man-made disasters, working through LCMS districts and congregations, international Lutheran churches and other partners. We build partners’ capacity to respond with Christian care to needs within the church and their communities with the following services:

  • On-site assessment
  • Emergency, relief and development grants
  • Pastoral care for LCMS church workers and members
  • Congregational Preparedness and Lutheran Early Response Team (LERT) training
  • Resources (volunteer coordination, donation and equipment management)

Disaster Response



Can you say "Good Morning"? Can you smile? If you answered yes - you have all the qualifications you need to be a g reeter! All you need to do is stand near the front doors, smile and say 'good morning' to those entering the building for service on Sunday morning. Please sign up for your preferrred dates at the table in the narthex.

2015 Board Memberships

There are still opportunities for members to serve the Lord as board volunteers in 2015.  Almost all of our boards have openings, so please ask a current board member or staff person about what might fit you best.  Today we will focus on the activities of our Elders and Evangelism board.

Elders at Christ Lutheran Church assist the pastors in concern over the general spiritual welfare of the congregation.  They supply constant encouragement and seek to stimulate a high level of spirituality in the congregation through setting an example of Christian living and establishing communication with all members to promote strengthening of faith, cultivating a constant spirit of harmony and encouraging the use of the Word and Sacraments by members.

In addition, they are responsible, along with the pastor, of the administration of services at Christ Lutheran.

The Board of Evangelism at Christ Lutheran Church implements ministries designed to bring the Gospel to the unchurched through the use of personal witness and other means of communication to further the Word.  (They administer this website!)  They are also responsible for the integration of visitors and new members into the life and work of the congregation.