What Is A Church?
“Church” is a uniquely Christian word. It denotes any and all who believe in Jesus Christ as their Savior from eternal death and hell.
What Church Should I Attend?
Since the Church exists in the hearts of believers, it is invisible to the human eye. Nonetheless, there are specific marks to identify it. They are: correct Biblical teaching and proper administration of the Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. Christ wants you to attend where you find these means of salvation taught and practiced in their truth and purity.
What Is Lutheranism?
Lutheranism is Christianity in Action! Three principles under gird the Lutheran Church.
- We’re saved by God’s love for us in Christ, alone. This is called, grace.
- Salvation is made our personal possession through faith, alone.
- We draw our teachings from the clear statements of Scripture, alone.
From beginning to end our salvation rests in Christ’s perfect hands and not our imperfect ones.
What Does Pinewood Lutheran Church Stand For?
Today many Lutheran denominations liberally pick-and-choose what’s secularly popular. We do not! We stand by, for, and with the ancient Apostolic Church in confessing God’s Word to be inspired, inerrant, and the only source for faith and life. We belong to the Evangelical Lutheran Synod or ELS, and are joint fellowship with the WELS. If you’re interested in more information, contact the Pastor.