Come See Us!
Gethsemane Evangelical Lutheran Church is a group of regular people who want to honor Jesus Christ and encourage each other to grow in our walk with Him.
What are your services like?
Whether it is through the music, prayer, or preaching, God's word is at the center of all of our gatherings. Each service includes a time of prayer, preaching, and giving. Our music varies from traditional hymns to contemporary worship songs. Feel free to view one of our services on our Facebook Live page, either live at 9:00 AM on Sunday mornings or anytime!
Where should I park?
We have two parking lots: one on the south side of our building off of 9th Avenue, and one on the north side of our building off of 3rd Street. Our north parking lot has a handicapped drop-off spot right by the door, 4 handicapped parking spaces, and a wheelchair accesible door.
Where should I go when I enter the building?
On Sunday mornings, greeters are here to help you find your way!
If you enter at the main (south) purple sanctuary doors, the sanctuary will be directly in front of you. To visit the church office, go down the hall to your left.
If you enter at the glass (north) door, the sanctuary is to your left. To visit the church office, go down the hall to your right.
There are directional signs and signs above the doors throughout the church to help you navigate the building.
Do you provide childcare?
We do not have a nursury attendant at this time. However, the nursury is available to you during all church activities. It is located on the lower level across from the Fellowship Hall.
We encourage all families to at least begin worship together. Parents can choose to send their child (PreK -5th grade) to Sunday School, which begins during worship after the Children's Message (at about 9:15) and continues until after worship.
What should I wear?
We are more concerned about you and your presence with God than we are with what you wear. Most of our members wear something between a collared shirt or a dress to jeans and a nice T-shirt. On special holidays like Easter and Christmas, people tend to dress more formally. No matter what you wear, you are welcome here!