The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod and the Evangelical Lutheran Synod have released a report on informal dialogue between the synods that began in 2012. LCMS, WELS & ELS report: Informal dialogue among synods The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS), the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) and the
On December 1, we are joining a national day of generosity, #GivingTuesday. It is a day when you can make an impact on Lutheran ministry in your region. You can help support four very special projects to strengthen and support the work of connecting people with Jesus in our neighborhoods.
Some may think it odd that churches have “Eve” services. We have Thanksgiving Eve, New Years Eve, even Christmas Eve services. Why, you may wonder, have the services the day before? Why not have them on the actual day? Of course we do have services on at least a few
Commemoration of Clement of Rome, Pastor November 23, 2015 The Lord be with you November 23 is set aside for the commemoration of Clement of Rome on the Church Calendar used in the LCMS. Clement (ca. 35-100 AD) is remembered for having established the pattern of apostolic authority that governed
The great heresy of the church today is that we think we’re in the entertainment business. A.W. Tozer believed this to be true back in the 1950s and 60s. Church members “want to be entertained while they are edified.” He said that in 1962. Tozer grieved, even then, that it
We are very happy that you are here today! At Our Redeemer we want you to feel at home. First, please relax and enjoy your time here. Jesus knows that children tend to wiggle and squawk a bit, so please don’t feel embarrassed by it. Your children are welcome at
If you are unfamiliar with Lutheran worship, it can seem strange and hard to follow. We hope the following will help you understand what’s going on. Don’t hesitate to ask for assistance! Our worship service is called Divine Service because the main reason we gather is for God (the “Divine”)
There is mystery at Our Redeemer. We partake of the Lord’s Supper every first and third Sunday. When we do, we celebrate it, we don’t speculate upon it. There is reverence at Our Redeemer. What is reverence? Come and see. We start at 10:00 and go for just over an