Welcome to Mt. Pisgah
We are a friendly, welcoming group of about 700 (and growing!) people who gather regularly to worship God and to help build God's kingdom on earth.
A Message from Council President, Donovan Douglas
Welcome to Mt. Pisgah Lutheran Church! We extend a warm and unconditional welcome to all people to come and worship with us. We recognize that we are all sinners in need of God’s Mercy and Grace, and that is what you will find here. We offer a casual worship environment where you can dress in your Sunday best, or come as you are.
We offer a variety of exciting programs at Mt. Pisgah. Our youth program is active with frequent events like Kids in Christ on Wednesday nights, Teens in Encounter Christ (TEC) retreats and mission trips. For adults we offer multiple Bible study programs and many opportunities for fellowship.
We have just completed the construction phase of our most recent building campaign and are excited to share our new expanded worship space and fellowship hall, and the new Toni Burris Pavilion.
Worship services are each Sunday at 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM with Sunday School at 9:15 AM. We invite you to join us this Sunday!
In his service,
A Stone's Throw
Written by Pastor Mike Stone May 2015
“A Stones Throw”
What a blessing this April was and what a joy to anticipate all that May has to offer. It is impossible for this Rev. to not have great joy and elation when we share these age old Easter words “Christ is Risen—He is Risen Indeed”!
What a blessing Easter service and breakfast were! It is a joy to be the people of God at Mt. Pisgah and as Easter People we are truly people of Joy. As one bumper sticker puts it, “Christ is Risen..so Smile!”
It was just a year ago in May that we worshipped in Celebration Hall as the sanctuary renovations took place. As you look at at our new worship space we realize that God truly has been good to us! We have a special Mothers Day Service May 10th ( gifts for all women) and our Congregational meeting; Preschool singing and God and Country service on May 17th and the celebration of Pentecost on May 24th (wear red). Don't miss anything!
In His gracious grip,