Who We Are

Gloria Dei was founded in 1956 and since that time we have strived to be a congregation that loves our neighbor both at Gloria Dei and beyond our walls.


Join us here for online worship or go to our Worship Information page for more information about our current worship services. You may also go to our Facebook page or our YouTube page to view live streamed services.


Here are a few videos of our community of faith:

*Click here to watch the 2022 GDC Graduates video. Congratulations to all of our graduates!

*Click here to watch the Gloria Dei Church 65th Anniversary video shared during the “Celebrating Our Ministry Together” October 17, 2021 service.

*Click here to watch the GDC 2021 Graduates video.

*Click here to view the Congregational Council installation video of our newly elected Church Council members & newly appointed Youth Representative shared during the Sunday, January 17, 2021 worship service.

*Click here to view the Christmas Story video, a children’s version of the Nativity story told by the children of Gloria Dei Church shared during the Christmas Eve worship services.

*Click here to view the moving “For All the Saints” video shared on All Saints Day filled with photos of our congregants loved ones.

*Click here to view the “Borning Cry” video filled with beautiful pictures of our extended congregation’s babies born during quarantine. Musicians: Chelsea & Kelly (vocals); Aidan (bass); Dave (drum set); Ya-Jhu (piano).

*Click here to view the GDC Vacation/Staycation Fun video! “With Jesus” performed by Aimee & Joel Pakan of Tangled Blue.

*Click here to watch the presentation of the Ernie Goelz Memorial Scholarship awarded to three of GDC’s high school graduates.

*Click here to view The Gloria Dei Family video! “Amazing Grace” performed by Aimee & Joel Pakan of Tangled Blue.


Scroll down to read our Statement of Faith.


Who we are can be best summed up by our Statement of Faith…

We believe that the way we treat one another is the fullest expression of how we live out our faith. We find our approach to God through the life and teachings of Jesus Christ who is our model for living. We recognize the faithfulness of other paths which may also lead people to an experience of God. We stand in God’s grace and we live that grace in our attitudes and actions toward one another. We understand the church as a community of people who together make up the body of Christ. We strive to serve the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of others. We are inclusive, as Christ was, and welcome all people seeking a closer relationship with God. We believe that the questions are as important as the answers, that living the mystery is a more sacred position than church tradition and doctrine. We strive to “love all, serve all, in Jesus’ name” as we proclaim our mystery of faith that:

Christ died…Christ has risen…Christ will come again.