Please consider joining one of the committees.  A brief description for each committee is offered below.  Please call the church office or email for more information.

The Christian Education Committee plans and implements our educational program for children and adults.

The Evangelism Committee is responsible for developing and maintaining a process of reaching out to the unchurched, for fostering a climate of hospitality to visitors and those seeking church affiliation, and for maintaining an atmosphere of Christian fellowship and mutual consolation.

The Finance Committee is responsible for the development of an annual Proposal for Ministry (budget), for the regular reporting of the financial transactions of the congregation, and for the oversight of the congregation’s fiscal affairs.

The History and Archives Committee has as its responsibility the location, preservation, and organization of written documents, photographs, and other exhibits of historical interest and significance to the life of First Lutheran Church. The Committee will further seek to develop and maintain and orderly account of the congregation’s ministry from its founding to the present.

The Memorial and Fine Arts Committee oversees the acquisition and maintenance of ecclesiastical arts and furnishings so that the aesthetic and theological integrity of the church building and its contents are maintained. It also encourages memorial and special gifts to the congregation and educational programs on the significance and value of its ecclesiastical art.

The Personnel Committee has the responsibility of overseeing the administration of the “nonprofessional” staff and of administering compensation structures for all staff members.

The Property Committee has the responsibility for the oversight, maintenance and improvement of the physical facilities of our beautiful church building.

The Social Ministry Committee plans and implements programs intended to meet human need. It provides educational and advocacy efforts aimed at calling the attention of the congregation to suffering and injustice. The committee also works to develop opportunities for parishioners to use their gifts in service to humanity through the support of ministries beyond our own parish.

The Stewardship Committee is charged with encouraging and promoting generous support for the work of the Church, support which makes wise use of the time, talents, and financial gifts of our members. The Committee also promotes planned giving and perpetual stewardship.

The Worship Committee strives to insure that the liturgical life of the congregation is faithful to the witness of the historical, evangelical-catholic tradition of the Church. The Committee also oversees the music ministry of the parish and seeks to promote the active involvement of the laity in worship leadership.

The Youth Ministry Committee is responsible for programming designed to facilitate ministry to, with, and by adolescent and elementary school-aged young people.