LCMS Worship offers Kids in the Divine Service bulletin inserts for Pentecost for the Lutheran Service Book. The series features the liturgy, sanctuary and information about the Divine Service.
LCMS Worship offers Kids in the Divine Service bulletin inserts for Lent and Easter for the Lutheran Service Book.
Rev. Kurtis Bueltmann, pastor of Faith Lutheran Church in Monticello, Ill., created a color-coded spreadsheet to look ahead to the church year of any given year at a glance.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod offers Kids in the Divine Service bulletin inserts for Epiphany for the Lutheran Service Book.
LCMS Worship is pleased to provide these tones from Lutheran Service Book, courtesy of Rev. Sean Daenzer. May they be of help in your worship planning.
LCMS Worship now offers Kids in the Divine Service bulletin inserts for the Lutheran Service Book.
The LCMS suggests 2017 Lenten Midweek Propers, which pair selections from Isaiah’s Servant Songs with the Passion reading from St. Matthew.
LCMS Worship suggests the following Advent devotions for use at home. Family members may take turns reading the prophesy for each day from Nov. 27 to Christmas Eve.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod offers the following prayer for all those who suffer in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. Pastors may use the prayer in congregations, and all are invited to include these victims in personal prayers.
LCMS Worship has compiled excerpts from sermons preached by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther. Congregations may use the sermon selections in weekly bulletins during the 2016-17 church year in preparation for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
LCMS Worship provides suggestions for liturgy, psalms, readings, hymns and collects to use during 2016 midweek Advent services.
LCMS Worship provides hymn suggestions for the One-Year Series during the 2016-17 church year.
The early Lutherans were also diligent to keep the traditional practices and ceremonies of the church, as long as these did not conflict with the Gospel of grace.
God doesn’t break His vows – even if the pastor is a bore and worship is boring.
There is a reason the church gathers as a body, face to face side by side by side one another in the same building. We are created as flesh and blood people. We are not digital ghosts who transmit data. We are men and women who eat and cry and hurt and laugh.