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

UPDATED – “To ensure the health, safety and longevity of our congregation and staff, masks are to be worn while in the building.  This ensures we can continue in person services and programming activities.  Masks will allow to us to continue to build our church community and relationships at LCC until we reach a time when Covid’s numbers begin to decrease.  The Council is monitoring the ever changing covid environment in our community.  We ask for your on-going 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...

Dates to Remember!

Sunday: Rally Day Church School,  POTLUCK September 13, 20, 27  Needlework Group 9:30am September 15 POTLUCK, Orientation for Confirmation, Church School Rally Wednesday September 16th Sewing Work Day for Baby Care Kits 1pm September 19 & 26 Membership...

Altar Focus for September: Options for Generosity

Summer provided us special presentations in worship (summer Wednesdays and one Sunday) that not everyone got to hear. Even those who did will appreciate this extra info for how and what to give: Adult and Teen Challenge is a Christian-based addiction recovery program...

Volunteer Opportunity: Sunday Church Opener

For many years, faithful volunteers have opened the church on Sunday mornings. While this task takes about 20 minutes, it is important to the function of the church and Sunday services, and it needs to be done each week. LCC’s long-time Sunday Church Openers are ready...

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...

Rally day potluck!

September 15, Rally Wednesday, will be a potluck. We hope you can join us! Meals will hopefully start at 5:15pm. Contact the front office for details.

Wednesday Meals Return!

We are restarting our Wednesday tradition of taking turns signing up to make or bring a simple meal before Wednesday evening worship, for 25 people or so. (think soup, stroganoff, hot dish, tacos in a bag, and the like). It’s hard to fit even a drive through fast food...

Meet the Church School teachers-September 12th and 15th!

Come to the church at 9 am on the 12th and 7pm on the 15th to meet your teachers and games! There will also be a potluck on September 12th following worship and a potluck on September 15th before worship.

Confirmation is coming…on September 8th!

Confirmation orientation at 6pm—students and parents will meet their small group leaders and learn about confirmation. Parents and students are asked to attend. Confirmation Mentor Meeting at 7pm—9th grade students and their parents who will be confirmed this fall...

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.