Black Forest Lutheran Church glorifies God through worship, prayer, education and service as ambassadors of Christ.



Worship service will be Sundays at 8:00 AM and at 10:30 AM in the Sanctuary with overflow in the Fellowship Hall to allow for proper social distancing. We are also able to begin holding Sunday School classes at our usual time of 9:30 AM.

In accordance with the prescribed guidelines of the governor and county authorities, all congregants will be wearing masks and social distancing with at least 6 feet between families and individuals.

You may also worship from your car. Please park in the east parking lot near the Outdoor Worship area or in the south lot. Tune your radio to the FM 104.10. You may continue to listen to or view each service by visiting our Sermons page after 2:00 PM each Sunday.

Welcome Message from Pastor Ken Hohag

I am thankful we can now begin to worship indoors. As thankful as I am for our ability to worship together we will still avoid congregating and holding social gatherings inside the church for now. Even though I miss greeting each of you face to face and don’t feel as connected with you as I usually do, just know that you are in my prayers always and I do enjoy seeing you at worship, even if I just see your eyes. 

For those uncomfortable with worshipping indoors, remember you can also worship in your car in the church parking lot, tuning in with your FM radio.

Many of you are worshiping online. In April and May we were recording on Saturdays and uploading worship for Sunday morning. Now that we are gathering for worship on Sundays, we can’t upload the service before mid-afternoon. (Black Forest has very slow internet.) Thank you for your patience and understanding. We continue to do all we can to provide meaningful worship at this unusual time.

If you’d feel Safer at Home please watch the service online or attend in your vehicle and tune to FM 104.10. 

May the Lord be with you, protect you and comfort you,
Pastor Ken Hohag

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