Memorial Lutheran Church and School


Memorial Lutheran Church and School is located at 5800 Westheimer Rd., about a mile west of the Galleria Shopping Complex on the west side of Houston.  We are a member congregation of the LCMS, and receive with joy the gift of forgiveness that Christ Jesus won for us by his life and death on the cross.  Come and receive those gifts with us! 


MLC is following all social distancing protocols and COVID-19 recommendations from the Governor's office at each service and bible class. We encourage masking. 


Reformation Sunday - 25 October 2020  

You must sign up for theses services, and you can do so by clicking the link on the "Sign-Up for Sunday Services" page above on the Home screen. This will take you directly to our Sign-Up Genius page. The two banks of pews on the east side of the building will be taped off for COVID seating. The two banks on the west side will not be taped off. They will be non-COVID seating. This still keeps us well below the maximum attendance according the guidelines of the governor.

  

8:15 AM  Divine Service   (Attendance limited to 175)

11:00 AM  Divine Service  (Attendance limited to 175)

 

SPECIAL EVENTS & BIBLE CLASSES

9:45 AM   Adult Instruction/Membership Class - Pastor Robert Paul

9:45 AM   Adult Bible Classes - Rev. Dr. Scott R. Murray (also on FB Live) 

                   Rev. Dr. Sagar Pilli and Aaron Poffenberger

9:45 AM   High School - Pastor Ian Pacey

9:45 AM   Sunday School for all ages.  2yr olds - 8th grade attendance that requires you to sign-up through our Sunday School Sign-Up Genius Link Here.



SEASONAL SERVICES


What We Believe

Memorial Lutheran Church is a congregation of the Texas District of The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. We believe that the Bible is the inerrant and inspired Word of God (2 Timothy 3:16). The Bible reveals that all humans are separated from God by our sin (Romans 3:10-20). It also reveals that God became a human being, Jesus of Nazareth, through whom we are forgiven and restored to a right relationship with God (Romans 3:21-28). We call this announcement of forgiveness and reconciliation the Gospel, or Good News... [Read more]

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