New Ministry Location
As Jesus directed all of His people to share the Good News, the church is preparing for new ministry opportunities to the community in Ankeny.
As we worship, connect and serve in Ankeny
throughout the turmoils of a pandemic and the disruption
brought to what most know as normal life,
we will not lose sight of the grace of God.
To catch a glimpse of this new ministry opportunity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVFvKHt-epk
Join us for morning worship
at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays at
The Family Life Center at St. Paul Lutheran Church
Located at 1100 SE Sharon Dr. Ankeny, IA 50021
Look for The Gate flag!
We practice social distancing with individual chairs for you and your family to safely sit throughout the worship space. All we ask is for each family to practice safe social distancing.
The chairs have already been disinfected beforehand, and will be disinfected again after worship.
Please know you are loved and we care about your spiritual, physical and emotional health. We are safely gathering together in Jesus’ name.
If you have any more questions, feel free to reach out to our vacancy pastors at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We believe that men, women, and children are rescued from the effects of sin purely by the undeserved mercy of God; and that through faith–a relationship of dependence upon Jesus that God Himself gives us–forgiveness and more become ours. Lastly, God’s Word stands over us as ultimate. In it He gives us the rule and norm for all belief and through it makes us aware of sin, fills us with faith in Jesus, and guides us in faith-filled living.
Our Core Values answer the “why” question? Why are we doing this? Because we want to make disciples who reflect the character, life, and mission of Jesus. As we look at the Gospels we see Jesus dwelling in three different relationships: with the Father (worship), with the disciples (connect) and with the world (serve).
We were created to reflect the life, character, and mission of Jesus. To have compassion like he had compassion. To heal like he healed. To love, care, and speak with authority into peoples’ lives like he did.