Prayer is the sign that the church is still breathing, however labored that breath may be. The cross leads us to despair of everything — save Christ!
The Rev. Sean Daenzer will also serve as chaplain at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis.
The Rev. William Weedon, International Center chaplain and director of LCMS Worship, has served in the dual position since its inception in 2012.
Nominations and applications are invited for the position of International Center chaplain/director of Worship for The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
The kit is designed to allow each parish to customize it with local information and details.
LCMS Worship offers petitions to pray for those affected by Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma or any other disaster during Sept. 9-10 worship services.
LCMS Worship offers a prayer petition about Hurricane Harvey to include in congregational prayers during Sept. 2-3 worship services.
Two new musical arrangements of Divine Service, Setting Five (Luther’s Divine Service) premiered at the 2017 Institute on Liturgy, Preaching, and Church Music held July 25-28 at Concordia University, Chicago, in River Forest, Ill.
Attendees ponder the theme “The Just Live by Faith” at the 2017 LCMS Institute on Liturgy, Preaching and Church Music.
A series of bulletin inserts in PDF format, largely organized by seasons of the church year — is free from the LCMS website.
Preaching is just one of those things that pastors do, right? Two pastors — a younger pastor and a well-seasoned one — discuss why preaching is so vital for the hearers of the Word.
Rev. William Weedon is the director of LCMS Worship and International Center chaplain. In addition to ensuring the roughly 300 people working in the IC have the privilege of daily worship and also pastoral care when needed, his myriad other duties extend well beyond the walls of the Synod’s headquarters.
God comes to us through His Word and Sacraments during worship at church, and then the family’s devotional life at home keeps its members connected to those gifts all week long. This routine creates a lifelong rhythm that helps keep kids in the faith throughout all stages of their lives.