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Martin Luther Evangelical Lutheran Church

Divine Service

Weekly Holy Communion
Sunday @ 9 AM

Sunday Bible Study

Studying Revelation
Sunday @ 10:15 AM

Midweek Lent Vespers

Series: God on Trial
Wednesdays @ 7:00 PM

Proclaiming Christ Crucified, Risen, and Coming Again, Through the Gospel in Word and Sacraments

Christ-Centered

We preach Law and Gospel, convicting of sin, leading to repentance, and offering forgiveness of sins, life, and salvation. We believe the Bible is the inspired, inerrant, infallible Word of God, and that it is clear, sufficient, and powerful to create faith in our hearts.

Confessional

As a confessional Lutheran Church and member of WELS, we believe, teach, and confess according to Luther’s Small Catechism, the historic Christian creeds, and the Lutheran Confessions contained in the Book of Concord because they are a faithful and true exposition of the Word of God.

Historic Worship

Our time together is centered in the Divine Service as we gather together as God’s people to confess our sins and receive absolution, receive God’s gifts of Word and Sacraments, offer up prayers and petitions, and respond in thanksgiving and praise.

Join Us

In a time of change and moral chaos, God’s Word offers us His timeless, unchanging truth. In a time of uncertainty and fear, God’s love and mercy in Christ give us sure and certain hope. Come join us and experience God’s love for you!

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The Second Sunday in Lent

While We Were Still Sinners, Christ Died for Us

Directions

10151 Sappington Rd
St Louis, MO 63128

We’re located just off of I-270 in Sunset Hills, south of I-44 in St. Louis County, Missouri. Come visit! We’d love to welcome you.

Contact

Photo of Pastor Seth Georgson.

Pastor Seth Georgson
(314) 914-6457
[email protected]

Map of church location

Jesus humbled himself and became obedient to death, even death on a cross.

Philippians 2:8b
Pastor Georgson in the pulpit.

Biblical
Preaching

The church altar decorated for Easter.

Historic
Liturgy

Open hymnal with light streaming through stained glass windows.

Timeless
Hymns

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