Welcome to Mt. Pisgah
We are a friendly, welcoming group of about 500 (and growing!) people who gather regularly to worship God and to help build God's kingdom on earth.
A Message from Council President, Joel Kunze
"Grace, mercy, and peace, from God our Father and Jesus Christ our Lord." These are the words from the Apostle Paul and that is what you will find here at Mount Pisgah Lutheran Church. Grace is exactly what you will find in our church family.
When I moved my family to Hickory, I visited many great churches but I needed a place to be fed and raise my Family. What I needed was a place filled with Grace, Mercy, and Peace. A place of refuge from everyday life. When you enter our church you will find a building full of sinners in need of Mercy and Grace. We are very blessed to be a blessing to sinners, which is all of us. This is a warm and inviting place.
We offer a thriving youth program and plenty to do for the young and older adults. We are in the midst of a very exciting time. We have embarked on a building campaign to accommodate our growing family. This will include the expansion of our sanctuary, kitchen (we eat as a family on a regular basis!) and our Food Pantry. Our Good Samaritan Food Pantry is well known in our community for providing food for those in need. Again, we are blessed to be a blessing.
We offer services at 8:00am and 10:30am with Sunday school in between. There is always something going on here at Mount Pisgah so put on your jeans and come join us!
In his service,
A Stone's Throw
Written by Pastor Mike Stone Decemberr 2013
“ A Stone's Throw”
You are Invited
Thanksgiving Meal on Sunday, November 24th 5:15-6:15 bring a covered dish to share
Thanksgiving worship 6:30-7:00 Sunday Night
We are so Blessed!
Thanks to our Design Team, builders and volunteers we are able to use our “new Celebration Hall! Bring the family and a dish to share –Turkey and Ham will be provided.
(College Youth be sure to pick up your goody bags in the narthex Sunday, November 24th!)
Advent begins Sunday, December 1st. I don’t want to miss one part of this special journey towards Christmas—as we wait and prepare our hearts for the Christ Child. Wednesday(s) are so special with our Jesse Tree meditations by the light of the Christmas Tree and our Holden Evening Prayer. Dinners are 5:15-6:15PM and 6:30-7:00PM Worship each Wednesday night. Come let us adore Him—Christ our Lord
Wednesday, December 4th First Wednesday in Advent, 5:15-6:15dinner, Worship 6:30-7:00 and lighting of the building.
Sunday, December 1st ----- Advent begins—Don’t forget to light your family Advent wreathes. There is a devotional calendar in this Newsletter for you and your family to enjoy.
Wednesday, December 4th – Advent—(5:15-6:15 Holden Evening Prayer) Jesse Tree focus is on a different Bible character each service. We will light the building outside.
Saturday, December 7st Lighting of the Bethlehem Star @ 7:00 PM on our property –Join us. (we need everyone to bring cookies like last year)
Wednesday, December 4, 11, 18th –These are such special evenings of worship from 6:30-7:00 PM and don’t forget the Wednesday(s) dinners @ 5:15-6:15PM.
Sunday, December 15th – The choir will bless us with a Christmas Cantata.
Sunday, December 22nd –Our children will be sharing a special Christmas Program with us---You don't want to miss ---at both services. The Men will be putting on a breakfast for all the church family Sunday, December 16th 9:00-10:00 in the Celebration Hall------Join Us!
Tuesday, December 24th ---We have our 2 Christmas Eve Candlelight Services (5:00 Family Service)
(7:00 Traditional worship) Join us for these special times of Worship! Come let us adore Him!
In His gracious grip,