777 S. Willow Ave.

Cookeville, Tennessee 38501

931-526-3423    

Heavenly Host Lutheran Church is a member congregation of

The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.

Regular Worship Services:

  • Sunday Service: 8:00 am and 10:30 am. Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday morning at both Sunday Services.

  • Adult Bible Study: is held at 9:15 am between the two Sunday services each week.

  • K-High School bible classes: are held at 9:15 am between the two Sunday services each week.

  • Radio Service: Sundays at 10 am on AM 1600 / FM 94.1

Easter Week Services Scheduled:

Palm Sunday, April 14th: 8:00 and 10:30 am

  • Maundy Thursday, Divine Services 1:00 pm & 7pm

  • Good Friday, Chief 3:00 pm

  • Good Friday Tenebra Vespers, 7 pm

Easter Vigil, April 20th: 7:30 pm

Easter Sunrise, April 21st: 6:00 am

Easter Services, 8:00 & 10:30 am

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Heavenly Host is a vibrant congregation that has been serving the Cookeville, Tennessee area and surrounding communities since 1967.

If you find you have a curious or sincere interest in our church family or school, we prayerfully invite you to contact or visit us as the Son of God, Jesus Christ leads you.

 
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Why do we celebrate “Palm Sunday?”

The Sunday before Jesus was crucified by the people, they honored and adored Him as their Lord and king with palm branches. We remember this as a beginning of Christ’s bitter walk to the cross.

Why did the people honor and adore Jesus on Palm Sunday and then kill Him on Good Friday?

When Jesus rode into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, the people began to praise and honor Him as their king. They believed Him to be a powerful leader who would overthrow the Roman government and restore Israel. When Jesus did not do this, the people wanted Him crucified. You and I know what kind of a king He is.

Jesus is a king who came to die for the sins of His people. He came to pay the price, for our sins that we could never pay… His painful death stands as a reminder, of his victory over sin and death. Next we joyously celebrate His triumphant resurrection into Heaven on Easter Sunday!

 
 
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PRAYER REQUEST MINISTRY

In order to serve those who are suffering or in need of special prayers, we are offering you the ability to submit your prayer requests to our prayer ministry. Together we pray for you, your family and loved ones. We want you to know the comfort of knowing others are also praying with you.

 

Take a look below, click on the arrow and see… “Between Our Church Doors”

Click on the above calendar to open up a monthly calendar where all of our on going events in and around Heavenly Host Church and school are outlined for you. Take a look, you will find some new and exciting interests to involve, or highlight your life.

 

“Teaching God's Truth through the Bible, Nurturing to grow, Serving to encourage all.”

When disaster strikes, Christians look for ways to help those who are in need, whether it means lending a helping hand or making a monetary donation.

When disaster strikes, Christians look for ways to help those who are in need, whether it means lending a helping hand or making a monetary donation.

Thrivent will pay the processing fees for these donations, so 100 percent goes to help*. Eligible members can also  direct Thrivent  Choice Dollars®.  Learn more…

Thrivent will pay the processing fees for these donations, so 100 percent goes to help*. Eligible members can also direct Thrivent Choice Dollars®. Learn more…

NEW APP AVAILABLE! 'The Lutheran Hour' Mobile App  You can take The Lutheran Hour® program with you anywhere you go! An updated mobile app is now available for the world's longest-running Christian outreach radio program!  Click here  to get the new app.

NEW APP AVAILABLE!
'The Lutheran Hour' Mobile App

You can take The Lutheran Hour® program with you anywhere you go! An updated mobile app is now available for the world's longest-running Christian outreach radio program! Click here to get the new app.

April Bible Verse:

"God shows his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

Romans 5:8

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