Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church - ELS

We worship on 
Sunday mornings at 8 am. Please note that this will change to 8:00 am beginning the first Sunday in April (Easter Sunday) and continue to be at 8:00 a.m. until the first of October.
Bible Study is at 9:30 a.m. after worship. 
Pastor Roger Holtz will be serving as our Interim Pastor.  We are grateful for the pastoral guidance that he will offer our congregation.
Wednesdays we worship with Bible Study at 8:30 a.m. followed by a short prime service soon to be resumed in August

All are welcome to join us as we worship our Triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 

We also offer a worship service for the residents of Omro Care Center the fourth Tuesday of each month at 10:30 a.m.

Bible Studies: 
We presently offer a Bible Study on Sunday morning after worship at 9:30 a.m.

During our Sunday morning Bible Study a Sunday School is offered for young children.

The Wednesday Bible Study topic is "Fast Facts on False Teachings", all are welcome to join us.  The Wednesday Bible Study will be postponed the month of July due to continuing road construction in Omro.  We hope to restart this study during the month of August.

Adult Information / Catechism: 
Both Adult Instruction and Catechism are taught on an 'on-demand' basis. If you would like to become a member or begin your child in Catechism, simply contact the church and we will be glad to assist you and find a time that works for you.

Our Mission and Purpose:
We, the members of Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church, actively respond to the Great Commission by proclaiming in our homes, in our community and to the world - the Good News that Jesus Christ has redeemed mankind.


Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church, a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod, is a conservative orthodox congregation in the tradition of confessional Lutheranism as defined in the unaltered Augsburg Confession of 1530.

Messiah maintains a strict adherence to the Biblical mandates in the inerrancy of scripture (2 Timothy 3:16), infant baptism (Acts 2:38-39), sin and repentance (Romans 6:23), and the real presence of Jesus Christ in Holy Communion (1 Corinthians 10:16-17).


The Evangelical Lutheran Synod is in fellowship with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, united in a common love of God's Word. It is dedicated to the spreading of the three great principles, by Scripture alone - by grace alone - by faith alone which are the heritage of the Lutheran Church.