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!

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Revised Masking Guidelines for in-church activities

Dear LCC Family,

The CDC has relaxed the mask wearing expectation for fully vaccinated people indoors and outdoors except in certain settings. The council adopted the CDC policy at the meeting last night and will continue to monitor their guidelines. For those who still feel the need to wear a mask LCC encourages members to do so.

Thank you to all our church family for your patience, prayers, and love for one another, which has sustained this body of Christ during a trying time!

In Christ,

LCC Church Council


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Dates to Remember!

May 31 Memorial Day Office closed June 4,5 Synod Assembly in Minot June 6-9 VBS 6-7pm here with UCC June 7,14, 21, 28 Needlework Group, 9:30am Multipurpose room June 9 Book Club 1:30    In An Instant June 10 Larks Game for COC June 16 Picnic & Outdoor Worship,...

Knitting for Others

Knitting for Others next meeting is June 28th, 1pm. Contact the church office for details.

Volunteer Help Wanted!

Now that we have been able to stay after church for fellowship and coffee, we are in need of volunteers to help run the dishwasher after coffee time on Sundays.  It could be done by one person and the more volunteers we get, the less times each of them will be...

Israel Trip Jan. 31 – Feb. 8, 2022

Friends, neighbors, family – all are welcome to join our next group of pilgrims to the Holy Land. Let Pastor Lisa know if you or someone you know is interested! Information is available.

Summer Outside Worship and Picnics

…..are back this year! Hurray! We plan to grill out and provide chips, beverages etc., but no potluck this year. Just come and be served supper and stay for worship! One Wednesday in each summer month: June 16th, July 14, and August 11. More details to come!

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...

Dan’s Supermarket Receipts

Though we are apart, we are glad that you are continuing to save your Dan’s receipts. We are to our 4th goal of $150,000 and have begun a new goal. Happily, we can go grocery shopping, and saving the receipts is a painless way to help mission projects at church. Thank...

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.