Who We Are

What We Believe

About GOD  

There is only one True God who exists in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.




All people are sinful, that is, not living in perfect obedience to God’s will.



About the BIBLE 

The Bible, both the Old and New Testaments, is the inspired (GOD breathed) and inerrant (without error) Word of God, and the only authoritative source and norm for Christian doctrine and practice.



About WORKS 

That people cannot be saved by their good works.




That God sent His Son, Jesus, to suffer the penalty for all the sins of all people.




That because of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection, forgiveness is available to all.




That God forgives all who, by faith, confess their sins and believe in Jesus Christ as their Savior.




That forgiveness is delivered in the Word of God and in the sacraments of Holy Baptism and the Lord’s Supper.


Our History

Holy Lamb was established in 1985 by Missouri Synod Lutherans who recognized the projected growth in the Forestbrook area as an opportunity for Christian ministry.

June 15, 1985

The charter members of Holy lamb held their first worship service at the Big D’s Bar-B-Que Barn on Pottery Road. The service was conducted by Dr. Roy Russell.

March 1986

A Charter was signed with the Southeastern district of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.

September 1986

Land was purchased on Forestbrook Road.

November 1986

Constitution was approved


New church construction began, but was slowed due to Hurricane Hugo


Church Dedication

November 2015

30th Anniversary Celebration



Wondering what's going on at Holy Lamb?


Well have no fear! We are here to fill you in on everything that is happening within the walls and outside the walls! We hope that you will join us in everything new that is happening around the church. 

Saturday, February 22, 5:00pm

Volunteer Appreciation Dinner Celebration

This will be a catered affair and all members of the church are invited!

Tuesday Morning, 9:00am

Bible Study

Tuesday morning Bible study will focus on the book of HEBREWS. This letter was written to a Jewish Christian congregation as a sermon to be read in worship. This revelation encourages us, strengthens our faith, and increases our confidence in the One True GOD! 

Wednesday Evening, 6:30pm

Bible Study


Grace, Faith, Scripture: Portrait of a Lutheran


'Grace Alone', 'Faith Alone', 'Scripture Alone' have long been used to characterize the unique theology of the Lutheran faith.