The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod accepts and preaches the Bible-based teachings of Martin Luther that inspired the reformation of the Christian Church in the 16th century. The teaching of Luther and the reformers can be summarized in three phrases: Grace alone, Faith alone, Scripture alone...
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Our Lord speaks and we listen. His Word bestows what it says. Faith that is born from what is heard acknowledges the gifts received with eager thankfulness and praise.
The rhythm of our worship is from Him to us, and then back to Him. He gives His gifts, and together we receive and extol them. We build up each other as we speak to our neighbor in psalms, hymns and spiritual songs.
Our Lord gives us His body and His blood. Finally, His blessings moves us out into our calling, where His gifts come to life in us.
We pray that you’ll join us for worship this Sunday.
Bible Study - Patience & Perfection - Finding Peace in God’s Plan for You
Starting Sun. 11/14/2021 and Wed. 11/17/2021
Wednesday at 1:00PM
Sunday at 8:00AM
St Luke Lutheran Church became a member congregation of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Indiana District on December 31, 1944. LCMS congregations accept and preach the Bible-based teachings of Martin Luther that inspired the reformation of the Christian Church in the 16th century. The teaching of Luther and the reformers can be summarized in three phrases: Grace alone, Faith alone, Scripture alone.
Rev. Thomas A. Woodley received his Master of Divinity degree in May of 2004 from Concordia Theological Seminary (LCMS) in Fort Wayne, IN, He was called to St. Luke Winamac and St. Mark Medaryville in September of 2010.
Please join us for our new Bible study Patience & Perfection – Finding Peace in God’s Plan for You.
In this life, we’ll never be perfect.
We take one step toward perfection and two steps back, losing confidence in ourselves with each movement. We might lose patience with ourselves—can’t we just be perfect already!?—but God gently smiles and continues walking with us.
While you can’t know all that God plans to do with and for you, you can trust in His perfect plan and His will for you in this life. God is slowly but consistently sanctifying you. He is patient with you. He loves you. And He declares you perfect in Christ.
Classes start Sunday, 11/14/21 at 8:00am or Wednesday 11/17/21 at 1:0pm