Our Worship Service
***We are preparing for our launch in September. We meet monthly, with communion preview services the first Sunday of the month.***
We believe in family worship, and so your children are most welcome to worship with us. As the need arises, there is a nursery available with audio and a bathroom and window to the sanctuary.
There is parking on both the north and south sides of the church building. Feel free to pull-up to the sidewalk if you need to drop-off family.
People wear what they are comfortable in.
We are located on the corner of Stoltzman Road and 200th Street on the southern edge of Mankato, MN. See Map Here
What to Expect
You will hear a message that is focused on Christ’s finished work and reflects our uncompromising stance on Scripture. You will hear Scripture read, read Scripture corporately, participate in confessions of sin and faith that are either straight from Scripture or based on Scripture passages.
We worship with both reverence and joy because God is both perfectly holy and graciously merciful. Each worship service is meant to be a journey to the cross. Every journey will be different, and so each service will call us to a place of sorrow for humanity and raise us to a place of delight in Jesus Christ.
We use both old and new elements within the worship service because God is not bound by time. You'll sing old and ancient hymns, spiritually rich favorites from previous decades, and new songs of worship that you might have never heard before. Through all of this, the truth of God's Word remains at the center.
Confession and Communion
We confess our faith with the Apostles' Creed, the Nicene Creed, and other historic confessions of the Christian faith.
We confess our sins corporately and receive the Good News of the forgiveness of sins for any and all who repent and trust in Christ.
We take the Lord’s Supper seriously because it is a gift for the nourishment of our faith as believers who take it in repentance and faith. As such, you do not need to be a member of our church to partake in communion. We ask only that each examine himself or herself in light of Scripture, particularly 1 Corinthians 11.