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.

Lent & Easter Worship Information


Evening Lent Services

February 26th through April 10th at 6:30PM

Join us Wednesday evenings, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday for our evening Lent services. This year the theme is "Ironies of the Passion." For more details on the dates and times, visit our 2020 Lent and Easter Schedule page.


Easter Morning Worship Service

April 12th at 10:15AM

Join us Easter Sunday morning in celebration of the resurrection of our savior! This traditional Easter morning worship service is a perfect time to visit, whether you regularly attend church or not. We also have a free breakfast before worship starting at 9:00AM. If you are interested in visiting, check out our Easter at Lord of Lords Church page for more information.

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.

Worship Schedule Visitor Information

Recent Sermons

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

Which Are You Choosing?

Date:
Sermon Text: Deuteronomy 30:15-20

Just as the people of Israel were given a choice -- allow God to deliver them into the promised land or perish in the desert -- we also have a choice: true life, which is eternal life in the salvation of God, or true death, which is a sinful life in this world.

How Do You Let Your Light Shine?

Date:
Sermon Text: Matthew 5:13-20

You let your light shine by knowing your righteousness, which is Christ's righteousness that has been given to you. You show people they are unrighteous but have been offered free salvation from Jesus Christ. You know your good works and know you don't do them to save yourself but because you love God the Father and they bring glory to Him.