Concordia Lutheran Church in Houston, Texas holds services each Sunday at 9 a.m. & Bible study at 10:15 a.m.
Concordia Lutheran Church is a member of the Texas District of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. Our mission is the reaching, teaching & loving of all people with the love of Christ. We welcome those seeking to strengthen their relationship with the Lord & His son, Jesus Christ. Join us each Sunday for Christ-centered worship & Christian education for all ages.
Worship begins at 9 a.m. each Sunday.
On the 2nd & 4th Sundays of every month, we celebrate Holy Communion. Concordia practices "close communion", meaning that participation in Communion is normally limited to members of this congregation or of sister congregations within the confessional fellowship of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. If you are visiting & would like to commune with us, we respectfully request that you speak with the pastor or an elder prior to the service.
We follow a traditional order of worship which includes a Catechism Review, Confession & Absolution, Service of the Word (Liturgy), Hymns of Praise & Thanksgiving, Sermon, Prayers of the Church, Holy Communion on specified Sundays, & the Benediction.
Listen to our recent Sunday sermons: Links are in mp3 format. Click to download; when prompted, press open. The audio file will open in your default program for music/audio files.
Fourteenth Sunday After Pentecost - September 15th, 2019 - "I, Myself" based on Ezekiel 34:15-16
Thirteenth Sunday After Pentecost - September 8th, 2019 - "Repaid What Is Owed" based on Philemon 18-19
Twelfth Sunday After Pentecost - September 1st, 2019 - "Come Up" based on Proverbs 25:6-7
Eleventh Sunday After Pentecost - August 25th, 2019 - "From All the Nations" based on Isaiah 66:20
Tenth Sunday After Pentecost - August 18th, 2019 - "No Peace" based on Jeremiah 23:17
Bible Study begins at 10:15 a.m.
You are invited to join us for classes to study God's Word & also enjoy coffee & doughnuts which are available in classroom A.
Every Sunday in worship, we have three readings from Scripture. Most often these are from the Old Testament, the Epistles and the Gospels. Also, the sermon for the day is based on one of these passages from God’s Word. In fact, the sermon is meant to be an exposition, a clarification, of the Words of God given to us by the Spirit and written by the prophets, priests, kings, apostles, and evangelists. But, what about the other lessons? This summer we will take a closer look at the other readings for each Sunday during Bible Class. If the sermon is based on the Gospel, we will cover the Old Testament and Epistle. If the sermon uses the Old Testament, then the New Testament Readings will be studied. Each class will be a “stand alone” class, so if any one Sunday is missed due to vacation, there is no worry of being left behind and catching up the next Sunday.
Youth Sunday School Classes meet in groups grades pre-kindergarten through 5th grade, & Junior High/High School.