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OUR FOUR CONGREGATIONS

Mt. Carmel, White Oak; Saint John, Addison;
Mt. Tabor, Garrett; St. Paul, Fort Hill

Who are we?

We are a cooperative ministry of four Lutheran congregations in the southern part of Somerset County, in the beautiful Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania. We are town and country churches committed to sharing the love and grace God has shown us through our Lord, Jesus Christ. We share a pastor and a common mission, but each congregation has its own individual character and worship

ALERT!

Sunday worship is cancelled at all four congregations for November 20, 2022, due to anticipated severe wind chills. Stay safe and warm, everyone!

Congregational meetings at St. John, St. Paul, and Mt. Tabor are postponed until next Sunday, November 27.

WHAT WE BELIEVE

Amazing Grace!

We firmly believe that we are saved by God's grace through faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our good works do not earn God's favor, but are rather a response to the love God has first shown us. We share God's love with the people around us, because God first loved us.

PART OF THE LARGER CHURCH

Community in Christ

Our congregations are part of the Allegheny Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). You can learn more about our denomination here: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
 

The Allegheny Synod is one of 65 synods in the ELCA. It consists of congregations spread across seven counties of Central Pennsylvania, with central offices in Altoona, PA. You can learn more here: Allegheny Synod ELCA 

We our also proud of our Synod's Sequanota Camp and Conference Center

For by grace you have been saved through faith.

Ephesians 2:8a