Welcome

Lutheran Church of the Cross of Bismarck, North Dakota, where you will find a welcoming environment with friendly faces and meaningful worship experience. We are a participating member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Please take some time to see what we’re all about. Get to know this wonderful church and make some friends along the way!

Have questions?
Please call us at 701-223-1001 or email:
churchsecretary@midconetwork.com

From the Council

UPDATEDTo ensure the health, safety, and longevity of our congregation and staff masks are recommended to be worn while in the building.  This ensures we can continue in person worship and programming activities.  Masks will allow us to continue to build our church community and  relationships at LCC until a time when COVID numbers begin to decrease.  The Council is monitoring the ever-changing COVID environment in our community.  We ask for your ongoing patience, kindness, and grace during this difficult time. 

LCC Council

NEWS & EVENTS

Click here to see the weekly announcements or scroll to the bottom of the page to see the e-bulletin board.

Calendar of Events

We've added something! LCC has created and posted an interactive and live calendar of events so you can keep up to date with all the latest planned events. Click here to check it out or visit the "News" page by clicking the button at the top of the page. Thanks for...

Altar Focus for October

Let’s have some fun with this month’s altar focus, which is “Pillow Fight!” Technically, this focus will run right up until our Thanksgiving Eve service, which is currently being planned, with a look at homelessness in our area. One of the items that is constantly in...

Needlework group monthly gatherings

Interested in needlework and social conversation? We'd love you to join us. Our group meets every Monday at 9:30am at the church. Contact the front offices at 223-1001 for details.

LCC Bible Studies

Bible Studies We currently have three Bible/book studies, and you are welcome to join in! The Wired Word study is a weekly conversation that combines Bible study with cur-rent events. Each Thursday, a study about something in the news, with questions and suggested...

Synod Events

Find out what's happening in Western North Dakota - GIFTS Events, Team Meetings, Trainings, Youth Events, & More View Events Calendar

Israel Trip Jan. 31 – Feb. 8, 2022

As you may have heard, Pastor Lisa is leading a trip to Israel January 31- February 8, 2022, with an optional extension to Jordan for three extra days. Some questions have been popping up: is the trip still going? The answer is, as of this point, yes. The final call...

Wheeled Walkers with Seats available from LCC

We have been gifted with several walkers by families whose members no longer need them. These items are available for your use, even long term. We have three normal walkers, that you lift and push along for stability, and three wheeled walkers with brakes and seats to...

Confirmation Pictures

LCC is missing many years worth of pictures. If you have one of the years listed below and either have a duplicate or are willing to share so a copy can be made please contact the office. 2008 (unsure if there was confirmation that year), 2011, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020

Gary Miller painting given to LCC

Thank you Doug and Deanna Johnson for the wonderful, original Gary Miller painting, originally owned by Dr. Marlin and Peggy Johnson. The painting is a winter scene, done early in Miller’s career in 1964, of a couple of worshippers heading toward the Glencoe Church....

GIFTS Group Formed in Bismarck – You are welcome to come!

GIFTS stands for Growing In Faith To Serve, and is a lifelong faith formation opportunity that helps participants grow in their faith and share their faith through service and proclamation in their homes, congregations and wider community. A new GIFTS group has...

Who we are

We started as a home mission congregation…

of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in 1955. Trinity Lutheran Church of Bismarck acted as the sponsoring congregation. The first services were held in the current building on the 11th of March, 1956, and the rest is history.