Heavenly Host Lutheran Church is a member congregation of
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
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.
May Bible Verse:
“The wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Romans 6:23.
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.
Unable To attend Church Service?
We believe by gathering together at service, our loving God is especially with us to reinforce His love and forgiveness. Simply by hearing His word, comforts those in need or sorrow and feeds the souls of those who seek him, with hope, understand and true faith.
However, we know it is not always possible to attend a service. So we are presenting two alternatives for you here. You can listen to or download our Sunday services below or download the Lutheran Hour app right to your cell phone. Try it or let someone know who can’t make it to church!
Open up our monthly calendar above and discover our on going events in and around Heavenly Host Church and school. Take a look, to find new and exciting interests that will involve, or highlight your life.
Our Mission Statement:
“Teaching God's Truth through the Bible, Nurturing to grow, Serving to encourage all.”