Lord of Glory Lutheran Church

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Worship Schedule

Sunday

8:00am - Traditional

10:30am - Contemporary

15550 190th Avenue NW
Elk River, MN. LCMS

 

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Lord of Glory Lutheran Church Elk River MN
Special Events

 

November 22

Thanksgiving Eve Worship, 7pm

 

December 18

Red Cross Blood Drive, 2-7pm

 

Advent

Sundays -

December 3,10,17

Traditional - 8am

Contemporary - 10:30am

(Christmas Program-

  Dec 17, 10:30am)

 

Wednesdays -

December 6,13,20

Supper - 6pm

Worship - 7pm

 

Sunday, December 24

Traditional - 9am

 

Christmas

Christmas Eve Candlelight Services,

4pm, 6pm & 11pm

 

Christmas Day

Worship - 9am

 

Sunday, December 31

Traditional - 9am 

 

 

 

Welcome

Whether you are a long-time member, a friend, or a first-time visitor, a warm welcome awaits you at Lord of Glory Lutheran Church. Our goal at Lord of Glory is to help people grow in their Christian faith through a better understanding of God's Word and a deeper connection to other believers, and to equip people to serve - all to the glory of God.
 

We are a congregation of God's people committed to Biblical, Christ-centered ministry to both individuals and families. We hope  you'll join us as we seek to know Christ and to make Him known in our communities. It is our hope that this web site will help you become more familiar with the life of our family in faith and with the opportunities that await you here in terms of worship, discipleship, outreach, and servant hood. 

 

What We Believe...
  • In the true, Triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

  • That the Bible is the true, unchanging Word of God.

  • That we are all sinful and in need of God's forgiveness.

  • That Jesus loved the world so much that he died and rose so that we could be with him forever.

  • That all who believe in Jesus have forgiveness and will be with him forever.

  • That we are born sinful and in Baptism God washes our sins away and gives us faith in Christ.  So, we begin baptizing in infancy.

  • That in the Lord's Supper we receive the true body and blood of Christ in the bread and wine for forgiveness, peace, and joy, and that we are knit together as one family of Christ.

  • That Christ will come again and the dead will rise and live forever in heaven or hell.

  • That we are called to live a godly life, to serve God and love others, and to share the life-giving message of Jesus with all people everywhere.