around the church
We have a lot of unique areas on our property we want you to know about and use!
Take a look around & keep scrolling for an artist rendition of our campus! 
Our church is located at 1525 Three Cross Rd in Milford, IA
With tons of space, we have room for all kinds of activities in and around the building!
Our Prayer Garden is located on the east side of our main building.
In the summer we have some of our Saturday worship services here.
It is available for Bible studies, parties, meetings, receptions, etc.
Contact the office for availability
Northeast of our property, is our “Mission Mini-Mile” walking trail.
With a few different routes you can take, there are plenty of opportunities to walk in God’s creation here.
The trail begins by the sign pictured along Three Cross Road.
Part of our property is designated as a community garden for the southern part of Dickinson county.
All are invited to become part of this garden project and participate in the planting,  maintaining, and harvesting
Contact  Connie and Joe Rossow, our garden keepers, 712-363-4186 with questions and/or to get involved
Maintainted by members of our Okoboji community, we are blessed to be able to offer some of our property to be used for a bee box.
During the summer months, we offer a unique way to worship.
Join us in the summer from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend!
Currently under construction! Click here to see the progress!
In between our Drive-In hill and our community garden are three crosses.
We invite people to come to the crosses to sit, reflect, and pray whenever they need to.
Community Prayer Box
Joys or challenges in your life? We want to support our community and visitors through
prayer. A Community Prayer Box has been installed on the corner of Three Cross Road and Heritage Avenue, just across the street northeast of the church. Prayer request papers are provided at the box.
Three Cross Memorial Gardens
Coming Soon
The Memorial Gardens include the Columbarium, a final resting place for First Lutheran Family Cremains (that has been paid for by the sale of niches to hold and memorialize the cremains), concrete walkways through the gardens west of the columbarium, landscaping to beautify all the grounds west of the columbarium, and a parking lot just north of the Ed Wing.