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Celebrate the Reformation by Reading the Bible

Luther and others came to believe that the only thing in this world that is fully trustworthy and infallible is the Bible. It is, of course, subject to abuse, misinterpretation, and misapplication by fallen men, but it is clear and simple enough that Christians can understand it. Everyone then should be urged to read it […]



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LCMS Worship: Hymn of the Day Studies for Advent – Three-Year & One-Year Lectionary

LCMS Worship provides Hymn of the Day Studies for Advent for the Three-Year Lectionary and the One-Year Lectionary. ‘The Word in Song’ studies five hymns in Lutheran Service Book.



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Children participate in worship at Mount Olive Lutheran Church in Loveland, Colo. (LCMS /Erik M. Lunsford)

New ‘Kids in the Divine Service’ released for families

A series of bulletin inserts in PDF format, largely organized by seasons of the church year — is free from the LCMS website.



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LCMS Worship: Lectionary Summary for the Presentation of the Augsburg Confession

The Lectionary Summary for the Presentation of the Augsburg Confession was prepared by the Rev. Sean Daenzer, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Great Bend, N.D., and Peace Lutheran Church in Barney, N.D.



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LCMS Worship: Propers for Observing Anniversary of the Augsburg Confession

LCMS Worship provides propers for celebrating the Anniversary of the Augsburg Confession, which falls on Sunday, June 25, 2017. The confession of faith was presented by various German rulers and free cities to Holy Roman Emperor Charles V on June 25, 1530, at the Diet of Augsburg.




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Kids in the Divine Service: General Information

Kids in the Divine Service is a series of bulletin inserts that complement the Lutheran Service Book. The final installment includes general information about 18 topics, including saints, rites, rubrics, stewards, acolytes and catechism.



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