Welcome to Orfordville Lutheran Church!
Worship with Holy Communion - Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
Orfordville Lutheran is a church family that gathers weekly to worship Jesus Christ and seeks to follow Christ's way of love and service in our everyday lives.
In God's family and at Christ's table, there is always room for more. All are welcome. You are welcome.
Joy Jar – Try This at Home!
As part of our summer of joy, we’re inviting each household to take home a JOY JAR and some colorful pieces of paper. On the Yellow colored paper, write memories that make you happy when you think about them. On the Green colored paper, write Bible verses or stories that make you happy or give you strength. (You can use the verses we’re reading on Sunday!) On the Pink colored paper, write activities that give you joy. Set a goal to add to the jar each day or perhaps once a week
Church Cookbook – Need recipes!
All proceeds will go toward OLC’s 150th Celebration Please continue submitting your recipes to the church office. They may be copied/scanned, typed or Neatly Handwritten. You may drop them off in the purple envelope on the church office door or send via U.S. mail to the church. You may also send via email to email@example.com or you may sent to Sue Draves’ personal email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure you put your name & phone number on the item(s) you submit; so that the church office may contact you with any questions.
OLC is partnering with Luther Valley again this summer to put on a Vacation Bible School for our kids. VBS is for kids in Pre-K thru 5th Grade, with a shorter day for the 3-5 year-olds. Older kids are invited to help out as volunteers! Please register by June 30th. Registration forms are located in the Narthex or by clicking on the link below.
Click this document to learn more and complete your registration: Vacation Bible School Packet 2017
2017 is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation began by Martin Luther. During Lent, Pastor Andy will be preaching on the Apostle’s Creed with particular attention to Martin Luther’s explanations of the Creed in his Small Catechism. He ends each one of his explanations with “This is Most Certainly True.”
- Wednesday, March 8th – “This is Most Certainly True”
- Wednesday, March 15th – “I believe in God the Father”
- Wednesday, March 22nd – “I believe in Jesus Christ”
- Wednesday, March 29th – “I believe in the Holy Spirit”
- Wednesday, April 5th – “… the holy catholic church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.”
Lent is a good time to get back to the basics, and the Apostle’s Creed teaches us the basics of the Christian faith. We hope you’ll join us!