287 Shells Church Road

Grantville, PA  17028


Liturgy of Holy Eucharist 

Sunday 9am

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What we believe
















The Apostles, Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds

These are the Three Ecumenical Creeds that are professed by mainline Christian Churches. They are professions of faith in the Triune God passed down through Church Tradition. We confess these three Creeds. 


The Holy Trinity

We are people who believe and confess our faith in the Triune God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We trust and believe in Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord, who is both fully God and fully man.

The Reality of Sin

We believe and confess that all human beings are sinners, and that sinners are redeemed by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. God alone justifies human beings by grace through faith in Christ – a faith that God creates through the message of the Gospel.

The Word of God

We believe and confess that the Bible is God’s revealed Word to us, spoken in Law and Gospel. The Bible is the final authority for us in all matters of our faith and life.

The Sacraments

Baptism and Holy Eucharist (Holy Communion or the Lord's Supper) are the two sacraments in the Lutheran Tradition. We believe that a sacrament is the Word of God yoked with an earthly element which offers the recipient the forgiveness of their sins. We believe that, by the power of the Holy Spirit, the water in Baptism is made holy and that the bread and wine during Communion becomes the real presence of Jesus Christ.  

The Book of Concord

We accept and uphold that the Lutheran Confessions reliably guide us as faithful interpretations of Scripture, and that we share a unity and fellowship in faith with others among whom the Gospel of Jesus Christ is preached and the sacraments are administered in accordance with the Gospel.

The Mission of the Church

We believe and confess that the church is the assembly of believers called and gathered by God around Word and Sacrament, and that the mission and ministry of the church is carried out within the context of individual congregations, which are able to work together locally and globally.