777 S. Willow Ave.

Cookeville, Tennessee 38501

    Heavenly Host Lutheran Church is a member congregation of

The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.

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Sunday Worship Services:  8:00 am & 10:30 am

  • Wednesday Evening Service: 7:00 pm
  • Our Adult Bible Study: is held at 9:15 am between the two Sunday services each week.
  • Children’s Sunday school: 9:15 - 10:15 am between the two Sunday services, ages Pre-K - High School
  • Nursery Available: Ages 5 and under - 8:00 a.m. service, 10:30 a.m. Service and during Adult Bible Study.
                                                                     ·        Fourth of July Tailgate Gathering, in the church parking lot on July 4th! ·        LWML Special Meeting, July 9th ·        Financial Peace University, August 14th        

                                                                  

 

·        Fourth of July Tailgate Gathering, in the church parking lot on July 4th!
·        LWML Special Meeting, July 9th
·        Financial Peace University, August 14th

 

 

 

 

Next class starts here at HHLC on August 14, 2016

Next class starts here at HHLC on August 14, 2016

Proudly supporting our military through: Operation Barnabas a LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces.  

Proudly supporting our military through:

Operation Barnabas a LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces.

 


 

We are a vibrant congregation that has been serving the Cookeville, Tennessee area and surrounding communities since 1964.

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.

 

Here we grow again...As we continue to be a part of the Cookeville community, it's important to reflect on how we can be more than a Sunday morning group of people...how we can share what God has done for us with others. Don't Just GO to Church,
BE the church! 

 

Did you know that 2017 is the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation?      

Did you know that 2017 is the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation?