Join us on Christmas Eve as we praise God for the gift of Jesus to the world.
5 pm Family Service
10 pm Traditional Candlelight Service
ALL ARE WELCOME
We offer Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month and occasional festival Sundays.
There is no dress code. Some people wear suit jackets and ties, others wear blue jeans. Jesus wore a long robe, so who are we judge?
We are a liturgical church, meaning portions of our service are part of the ancient tradition passed down from the early church.
As Lutherans, we talk a lot about “grace.” For Lutherans, God’s grace is the divine mercy, love, and forgiveness we are offered daily. It cannot be earned or bought. We do not deserve it in any way and yet it is given to us daily.
Join us, we would love to have you.
joined the South Carolina Synod on March 2, 1848.
By the early 1850s, Colony members began using the land just NW of the church as a cemetery. A second frame church was constructed here c.1884. In 1957, it was replaced by a brick Gothic Revival sanctuary, where congregants still worship. A year later, Colony called its first full- time pastor, having previously been part of Beth Eden parish. Colony’s fellowship hall was built in 2000.
Colony is a part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the largest Lutheran denomination in the United States.
Our Mission & Vision
Colony Evangelical Lutheran Church:
God’s People Making Christ Known
Our Latest Messages Playlist
The Quick Start Guide for Acolytes
We are currently raising up a new group of acolytes for our worship services. Here is a quick start guide video to help with training.
About Pastor Fischer
Pastor Michele Fischer is a graduate of Susquehanna University, one of our fine Lutheran colleges. She attended the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (now part of United Lutheran Seminary.) Pastor Michele was ordained in 2000 after accepting a call as associate pastor at Redeemer Lutheran Church in McLean, Virginia.
Pastor Michele served as assistant pastor in Telford, PA before accepting calls in Endicott and Penn Yan New York. She completed a 1 year chaplain resident with Palmetto Health in 2016.
Before coming to Colony, she served as a part-time chaplain at Rice Estate, part time chaplain for Lutheran Campus Ministry in the Columbia Area.and as part-time pastor at Good Shepherd in Swansea. Her ministry passions are preaching and teaching.
Pastor Michele lives in Newberry with her husband, Neal and her mother and step-father. They also share their home with three cats. Neal and Michele have been married for twenty years and were not blessed with children. Instead they can spoil their nieces and nephew and the great nieces and nephew in NH.