We are located at: 501 W. Saginaw Street, Lansing, Mich. 48933.

There is parking available on Saginaw Street, just before you get to the church, or around the corner on Chestnut, across the street from the church. As you enter the building, if you came in the Chestnut entrance, the worship space will be up the stairs and to your left.  The lot on Saginaw Street provides handicap access, up the ramp across the front of the church. Once you enter, the worship space will be in front of you. Our main stairways up to the worship area and into the fellowship hall downstairs are equipped with lift chairs, for those who have difficulty navigating stairs. The restrooms are located to the right of the worship space.

Sunday Worship

Sunday Worship - at 8:45 a.m.
We use the TLH (Red) Hymnal in this traditional service. Communion is served on the second and fourth Sunday of every month. Our Sunday morning service is posted on Youtube following the service.

Wednesday Worship - Prayer service at 5:30 p.m. A short service with evening Suffrages.

Sunday Bible Study - Meets in the Church Library after the worship service.

Living Word, a Lutheran African congregation, meets Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m.


We Gather to Receive

God has promised to give generously of His mercy and His Holy Spirit through His Word and Sacraments. We are confident that we receive them because their reception is not dependent on us. We receive God's grace even when we feel unworthy or our hearts are distracted or we doubt. We receive God's grace because He is the one who does the work to provide it for us.

We Gather to Encourage

Community can be a very vague term. For us it is all about a very real and powerful promise that we make to our neighbors and to each other. We promise to stand beside each other in all circumstances and strive at all times to be helpful to one another. It is our hope that our Sunday gatherings provide us opportunities to encourage and support one another.

We Gather to Care

We are a community of faith which not only gathers in worship, but also in community service. As we work together and share our resources, we are better able to love our community and assist people who are in need. The "C" in culture reminds us that our culture as a ministry is nothing if it is not motivated by concern for others.


Pastor Delwyn Campbell Sr.
Senior Pastor


Pastor Robert Dowding
Pastor Emeritus


Joann von Werder
Administrative Assistant


Susanne Hoekzema