Fifth Sunday in Lent



This Week 

Sunday, March 26, 2023
Education Hour: 9:00am
Worship Service with Holy Communion: 10:00am
Join us for worship in the sanctuary or  virtually on  Zoom:

Join Zoom Meeting

Call in from Any Phone: 312-626-6799

Meeting ID:  278 217 453

Password: 971744
All are welcome to join us!
PLEASE NOTE – As of Thursday, August 11, 2022, the CDC lowered the Community Level for St Louis County to Medium. See the CDC site here for more information. 
Masks are optional to enter the building, and will be available at entrances if needed. If you feel unwell, please care for yourself and others by staying home, and we will be happy to see you when you return. Thank you for your commitment to caring for one another!

Save the Date

Weekly Lenten Dinners

Our annual Lenten Dinners will begin on February 22 and go through April 5, each Wednesday, at 6 pm. If you are interested in providing a Lenten Wednesday evening dinner, please contact  Dave Fey.

Weekly Events

The Tuesday Morning Bible Study will meet each Tuesday morning at 10:30am,in the fellowship hall. All are welcomed to join us!



What’s New

Sermon: Pastor Meagan’s sermon  on the beatitudes from January 29th — and all the recent and not-so-recent sermons — are available to listen to and read on our sermons page.
Newsletter: The newsletter for March 21-27  is available here.
Reflection: Pastor Meagan’s Reflection  is available to read here
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Vision Statement

Deepening people’s connections to Christ,
Bringing meaning to daily life, and
Making a difference in our community.

Who We Are

Christ Lutheran is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). We are  a Reconciling in Christ (RIC) community in which people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, ethnic and racial backgrounds, economic conditions, people who are differently abled, and all who feel excluded are embraced and celebrated.