Since ground was first broken for the Christ Lutheran church in 1962, the church’s physical building has transformed and evolved to meet the changing spiritual needs of Montgomery County church goers.
On September 29, Christ Lutheran Church invites the community to join it in celebrating its Renewed to Welcome and Serve program and to experience the latest changes to the church’s sanctuary. During this past summer, congregational volunteers worked with local contractors to make the church’s sanctuary more contemporary, welcoming, and accessible, and they would like to share the results of the love and hard work put into the project with the community at large.
Pastor Kelly Nelson notes that “the renewal of our worship and gathering spaces have been one exciting outcome of our larger commitment to re-imagine what God is calling us to do in the Crawfordsville community. I am grateful for our congregation’s willingness to embrace some changes in the church space for the good of others and am even more invigorated by the renewed commitment I've seen to engage in service both within the church and throughout the community.”
The celebration will take place at services held at 8 a.m. and 10:15 a.m., with a brunch in between services. All are welcome. Christ Lutheran Church is located at 300 West South Boulevard in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Handicapped access is on the Northwest corner of the church.