Welcome to Christ the Servant

Christ the Servant (CTS) Lutheran Church was founded as a mission congregation of the American Lutheran Church (ALC) with its first worship service on Nov. 21, 1976. Our chartering meeting was held on Jan. 19, 1977, with 96 charter members. On June 18, 1978, Christ the Servant moved into its current building.  On January 1, 1988, CTS joined the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) as a result of a merger of three Lutheran denominations. In October 1991, CTS dedicated its new addition to meet our growing needs.

CTS joins LCMC–Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ

On May 2, 2010, CTS congregation members voted to leave the ELCA synod and join LCMC (Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ).

As a member of the LCMC association, we are a congregation (along with 794 other LCMC congregations) that is

**Free in Christ;

**Accountable to one another;

**Rooted in the Scriptures and The Lutheran Confession

**Working together to fulfill Christ’s Great Commission to go and make disciples of all nations.

For more information on LCMC, please see their page at www.lcmc.net.

 

Pastor Steve Lund

Pastor Steve was born and raised in Forest City, Iowa. He graduated from Waldorf Junior College and Augustana College. He received his Master of Divinity from Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minn. His first call was in South Dakota at a two-point parish in Wakonda and rural Vermillion.

Pastor Steve accepted the call to CTS in 1986 and has served here since.  His wife, Mary, is an RN here in Norfolk, and they have two grown children: Megan, a math teacher, and John, an investment banker.  Pastor Steve enjoys golf, water sports, camping, running, outdoor projects, and reading.  His favorite movie is Apollo 13.

His favorite book in the Bible is Philippians~~ “Knowing the one thing that is important- ‘pressing on to know Christ and the power of the resurrection” in my life and in the lives of people I meet daily.”

Board of Spiritual Oversight

Our Board of Spiritual Oversight consists of members of our congregation who oversee the spiritual development in the areas of outreach, worship, fellowship, discipleship and service.

Board of Administration

Our Board of Administration consists of members of our congregation whose primary responsibilities are overseeing the areas of church finance, stewardship, administration and staff support, buildings and grounds, supplies and equipment.