Our mission at Amazing Grace is to “grow in faith by seeking the will of God and sharing His love with all people.” Just so we stay focused and don't forget that, we recite it together at the end of every worship service. In other words, loving God and loving our neighbors is what we’re all about. You’ll find the Spirit is active among us, leading us into new ministries and outreach to the community.
We GROW by worshiping God and studying his word.
We LOVE by developing relationships with each other and with those in our community, near and far.
We SHARE that love by reaching out to others as God's hands in the world.
Our Invitation to You
If you already have a church home, we thank God for that and just ask that you pray for us, your brothers and sisters in Christ, in our new ministries. If you are not active in a church, or if you are driving a long way to church, we invite you to visit us any time.
Packing up items to be delivered to Living Waters Lutheran Church Food Pantry and Clothes Closet in Cherokee, NC
Pairing up socks donated by a local hosiery company for distribution to South Caldwell Christian Ministries and Living Waters Lutheran Church
What do Lutherans Believe?
Firstly, Lutherans are Christians who believe that God loves us and the world he made. We also believe that sin and evil have caused brokenness in our relationship with God. Fortunately though, God sent his son Jesus to restore that broken relationship, which he did through his death on the cross and his resurrection from the dead.
Of course these are things all Christians believe. As Lutheran Christians, we stress that:
We are saved by the grace of God alone—not by anything we do;
Our salvation is through faith alone—a confident trust in God, who in Christ promises us forgiveness, life and salvation;
The Bible is the true standard by which teachings on faith and life are to be judged; and
Through faith God calls us all to join him in his mission to love and serve the world.
Lutheranism is a faith tradition that is open to all, regardless of background. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) alone has approximately 3.6 million baptized members. There are just over 9,200 congregations organized in 65 synods in nine geographic regions. We welcome you to learn more about our church and find out how we can help you along life’s journey.