Fish Lake Lutheran Church
Jesus loves you
Welcome, and thank you for visiting Fish Lake Lutheran online. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available. Please feel free to read more about our church on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbor. Come G.R.O.W with us!
Services are held here at Fish Lake Lutheran:
43353 Cedarcrest Trail,
Harris, Mn 55032
Sunday Morning services are at 10:00 AM followed by coffee and treats.
Any additional services will be announced on our calendar and on our website.
A Message From Pastor Amanda Applehans
“For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son so that all who believe in him may not perish, but have eternal life.” John 3:16. It’s so common that it seems almost cliché, but it is the very core of our Christian faith. God loves this world, and he gave his Son to die for us because he loves us so much that he could not bear to lose us. Not only does God love the world – God loves you. God created you as his beloved child, and God loves you dearly.
At Fish Lake Lutheran we seek to experience the love of this God for ourselves, and to spread the Good News of this great love to all those we meet. We hope as you browse our website you will feel the love of God for you, and consider our invitation to come grow with us!
What To Expect
Worship at Fish Lake Lutheran is largely traditional Lutheran worship with a few twists.
Dress tends to be business casual, though there are always plenty of ties and plenty of jeans in the mix! Expect a warm welcome, as the congregation at Fish Lake is a large extended family for many.
Worship will begin with some announcements and singing, responsive liturgy readings, and prayer. After a special music offering, scripture is read and the children are invited up for a time with the pastor, following which they head to Sunday School during the school year. A sermon is preached, sometimes from the pulpit, sometimes from the front aisle. After the sermon there is more singing, a time of prayer, and celebration of Holy Communion.
All who are baptized and believe Christ is present with us at Holy Communion are welcome to celebrate this sacrament with us. Worship usually lasts 60-65 minutes, and all are welcome for coffee and goodies in the basement after service.