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Thank you all for celebrating the gifts from our Lord to share with the needs of Avery County.✝✝✝⛪💲💰🍲🍲🍲 Our members donated over 265 cans of soup and offered up $180.00 in “Souper” Bowl dollars.
Angus Dei “I want to Walk as a Child of the Light” I want to walk as child of the light: I want to follow Jesus; God set the stars to give light to the world; The star of my life is Jesus! In Him there is no darkness at all; The night and the… Read more
🍷✝✝✝⛪🧾🥖 Celebrate the Epiphany of our Savior at Mountainside Lutheran, in Linville, NC, when we meet again for the Sunday Service.
Adult Sunday School is offered after our worship service. The lesson begins at 10:45 am in the summer season. Snacks are offered. Lessons offered by Pastor Bryan. Children’s Sunday School 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”… Read more
Our Mission: It is the Mission of Mountainside Lutheran Church to give Glory to God through our Worship and by helping people understand and respond to the Gospel. Mountainside Lutheran Church Jesus went up on a mountainside – to teach – Matt 5, the Sermon on the Mount to feed – John 6,… Read more
Mountainside Lutheran Church,at Camp Linn Haven, Linville, NC welcomes our new pastor, Pastor Bryan Chestnutt. Please join us for worship on Sundays in the winter at 10:00 AM.
Watch Video in the upper right of the Web page. In February of 2019, Boone videographer Jacob Snyder created a beautiful and combined video of our church activities over the years. This video provides a glimpse into the welcoming of our new Pastor Bryan Chestnutt and a view into the fellowship and activities of the… 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