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Welcome to
Lord of Lords Lutheran Church

Our worship services offer life-related messages, as well as friendly people who meet to praise our great Savior, Christ Jesus, in a recently constructed chapel. Our pastor is ready to serve with private counseling, guidance, and instruction as requested.

We are a member of the WELS (Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod); characterized as theologically conservative, it is the third largest Lutheran church body in the USA.

Friendship Sunday
  June 9th

We welcome all guests and visitors for this special worship service and free picnic to celebrate and encourage meaningful friendships and relationships!

Worship begins at 10:15 AM, and the picnic will start shortly after the service concludes (around 11:30 AM).

Lord of Lords meets every Sunday morning at 10:15 AM. These services are open to anyone and everyone wishing to join us in praise and celebration of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! We also provide many other worship opportunities throughout the year.

Don’t forget: we are located at 5028 Casper Mountain Road.

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Recent Sermons

Visit the Sermon Archive for all of our sermons to date.

The Lamb is Your Eternal Shepherd

Sermon Text: Revelation 7:9-17

He purchased and won all sheep into his eternal flock. That is comforting for you because you are his little lamb and he has saved you. All credit for salvation belongs to him; he did all of the work. You will arrive safely into Heaven, cleansed by his blood, wearing a robe of righteousness, and there he will eternally pasture you on the waters of life.

How is Paul an Example of Your Conversion?

Sermon Text: Acts 9:1-19

All of us, like Saul before he became the apostle Paul, were an enemy living in a delusion, and the Lord had to reveal himself to break that delusion. The Lord has used and continues to use crosses to discipline and chasten us. The Lord sent a weak human being with the Means of Grace, and He used that Means of Grace to heal us (by giving us our new man). Finally, the Lord gives us the commission to tell others what God has done.

He is Risen! A Message that Cannot be Silenced.

Sermon Text: Acts 5:12, 17-32

Despite many attempts to silence the good news that Jesus is risen, we see God working because He wants us to know that message cannot be silenced. When God calls on us, sometimes we spread it with a gentle whisper, and sometimes we shout it from the rooftops, as God presents the opportunities. We are never quiet, though, because He is risen.