• Solomon Community Announcement

    Dear Beloved Solomon Family,   “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to His purpose.” – Romans 8:28   I have read this verse to myself and to the youth at Solomon many times before....

  • Solomon Church Survey

    Calling all Solomon community members – we need YOU! The Transition Team needs your help! A paper survey was passed around in both services on Sunday, March 18th to let the community’s voice be heard as we transition to calling a new Pastor. Weren’t at church? Rather do things online?...

  • Rally Day 2017 | A SUPER Success!

    Every year, Solomon Lutheran Church kicks off it’s Sunday school year in style during Rally Day, the official first day of Sunday School for all ages. This year’s Rally Day was started with a bang – or a VROOM, from Captain America’s impressive motorcycle! Solomon was visited by an elite...

  • The Story of Solomon: Part 8

    OBSERVING 175TH ANNIVERSARY 1841 – 2016 THE STORY OF SOLOMON – HISTORICAL STORY #8   AS TIME GOES BY…..The year was 1941 and the Centennial Observance started with an Inaugural Organ Recital in mid-November as Solomon now had a magnificent three manual instrument built by the A. J. Schantz Company...

  • The Amazing Race: VelocityYouth Style

    This fall, VelocityYouth began a series called “The Amazing Race”, where they studied the book of Philippians. The study led them through a variety of lessons based around how God calls us to “run our race” and “win the prize” – to live our life focused on serving God and...

  • The Story of Solomon: Part 7

    OBSERVING 175TH ANNIVERSARY 1841 – 2016 THE STORY OF SOLOMON – HISTORICAL STORY #7 And the house which King Solomon built for the LORD, the length thereof was threescore cubits, and the breadth thereof twenty cubits, and the height thereof thirty cubits. – 1 KINGS 6:2 The sanctuary dedicated in 1865...

  • The Story of Solomon: Part 6

    OBSERVING 175th ANNIVERSARY 1841 – 2016 THE STORY OF SOLOMON – HISTORICAL STORY #6 Our first pastor, The Rev. “Father” George Cronenwett served The Lutheran Solomon Church of Woodville for forty-seven years from 1841 to early 1888. During that time a frame church was built on College Avenue which later...

  • The Story of Solomon: Part 5

    OBSERVING 175th ANNIVERSARY 1841 – 2016 THE STORY OF SOLOMON – HISTORICAL STORY #5 Our German Lutheran fore-bearers were accustomed to Christian instruction in the church schools of their native land and longed to have their children brought up in the faith of their fathers. A general convention of the...

  • Pastor Kristina: Hello From Kumamoto, Japan!

    In August 2016, Pastor Kristina Ahlman traveled to Kumamoto, Japan to visit her daughter Hannah, our church’s ELCA missionary. Read all about her experiences and struggles here!   Dear Solomon Friends, I write to you from Kumamoto, Japan, where Hannah is serving as our ELCA missionary. As I have infrequent...

  • The Story of Solomon: Part 4

    OBSERVING 175th ANNIVERSARY 1841 – 2016 THE STORY OF SOLOMON – HISTORICAL STORY #4 Public Education: The earliest school houses were made with logs, later framed buildings and then some of the last township schools were brick. The earliest organized School Board governed the township schools, and there were seven...