ABOUT

About Conrad Mission Church

The purpose of the Mission Church is to exalt God by knowing, serving, and sharing Christ. 

We believe the Word of God is of central importance in the life of the church and that the saving work of Christ leads to a response of Christ-centered worship compassionate and sacrificial relationships. 

We are committed to sharing the good news of Jesus and His transformative power with those who are near and far. 

In other words, we strive to be a church that is biblical, worshipful, relational, and missional.

We would be honored have you join us!

​Church Council

 

Pastor  -|-  Josh Nelson

Board of Elders  -|-  Mark Grubb (Chairman), John Kleinsasser, Glenn Steele, Allan Underdal

Board of Deacons  -|-  Joe Broesder (Chairman), Dirk Elings, Nathan Hunsucker, & Randy Stordahl, Joe Irvin

Church Clerk  -|-  Sharon Mellott

Church Treasurer  -|-  Nathan Hunsucker

Awana Commander  -|-  Joe Irvin

Sunday School Superintendent  -|-  Heidi Hunsucker

Worship Ministry Leader  -|-  Cynthia Grubb

Women's Leadership Team  -|-  TBD

Church Staff

 

Pastor  -|-  Josh Nelson

Administrative Assistant  -|-  Darla Baliko

Our Doctrinal Statement

  • We believe the Bible in its entirety to be the inspired Word of God.

  • We believe there is but one living and true God revealed in three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

  • We believe that in order to have eternal life a person must be “born again” by the Holy Spirit.

  • We believe that salvation is had only through faith in Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God.

  • We believe in the virgin birth of the Lord Jesus Christ, His sacrificial death for our sins, His bodily resurrection, and His return.

  • We believe there is but one true Church, embracing all who are united in Christ by saving faith and divine grace.

  • We believe in the sacraments/ordinances of baptism and the Lord’s Supper and that true believers should receive them.

  • We believe that the baptism or indwelling of the Holy Spirit takes place at the time of conversion and is the act of placing the believer into the body of Christ (Romans 6:3-5, Colossians 2:12). This is distinct and different from the “filling” of the Holy Spirit which is commanded of all believers (Ephesians 5:18). The “filling” of the Holy Spirit is repeated or continuous (Acts 4:31, John 4:13-14 & 7:38) and brings the believer under the control or influence of the Holy Spirit which, in turn, produces Christ-likeness, or the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23).