HOLY WEEK – the week prior to Easter Sunday – is when the Church, in its worship, recalls the events that occurred, and which Jesus endured, during the final week of His life … events which secured the forgiveness of sins and eternal salvation for those who acknowledge that their “good works” – no matter… Read more
Lent begins Wednesday, March 1 Lent, the 40-day (excluding Sundays) liturgical season preceding Easter is the time when the Church focuses more intently on Christ’s journey to, and self-giving sacrifice upon, the cross. It is also traditionally a time for individuals to enter into more intense reflection and to renew helpful spiritual disciplines such as… Read more
Mountainside Lutheran Church gladly collected $102.00 and 77 canned goods to celebrate Souper Bowl Sunday. All proceeds were given in support of Volunteer Avery.
In September 2016, Boone videographer Jacob Snyder created a beautiful video of our church. Narrated by our own Pastor Dennis Quackenboss, this video provides a glimpse into the fellowship and activities of the Mountainside Lutheran Church. Thank you Jacob!
At Mountainside Lutheran Church we offer Sunday School for children in order to create a Biblical foundation for lifelong learning. Using the “Growing in Christ” materials from Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis, MO, we cover all the major Bible Stories in about three years. Children explore the Bible through lessons and crafts each Sunday during… Read more
Holy Scriptures+ Baptized Life in Jesus Christ+ Forgiveness+ Holy Eucharist
WELCOME App State & Lees-McRae STUDENTS! While Mountainside is a bit of a distance from you (especially App State), we would be glad to have you worship with us when you are able. Other information about Mountainside can be found elsewhere on this web page, but if you still have questions, do not hesitate to… Read more
(The following is from Rev. Bart Day, Executive Director, LCMS Office of National Mission, in a 04/21/15 email to LCMS congregations.) Sunday is not a Christian Sabbath nor is it an attempt to historicize the past. Rather, Sunday is the day symbolic of the continued presence of the risen Christ who remains active in our… Read more