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! 

Sunday Services

8:15 AM & 11:00 a.m. Divine Service

9:45 AM Sunday School, Adult Bible Class


The bulletin for Sunday 16 June, be found here. 

Sunday Bible Classes

9:45 a.m. Sunday School

  • Pastor Murray will teach a class on Titus at the Adult Bible Study on 23 June and through the summer while Pastor Paul is away; Pastor Paul will teach his regular class on 16 June.  
  • On 30 June, Pastor Charles St. Onge will be our guest preacher and will speak at the Sunday School hour in the Fellowship Hall.
  • The Gospel of St. Luke, Aaron Poffenberger, Rm, 165
  • Sunday School, 2yrs - 7th grade, MLS classrooms; 
  • 8-12th grade Youth Room.

Summer Sunday School

We still need volunteer teachers for Summer Sunday School. There will be two volunteers per class (with the exception of the 2 year old class), so you don't have to go it alone. To volunteer, please click on the link below.

For more information, you may email Justin Schilke at Thank you for your support!





VBS - Vacation Bible School

VBS will run from Monday 24 June, through Friday 28 June, 9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m and is available for kids ages 2 years through 6th grade. 7th - 12th graders are encouraged to participate as junior helpers.


To participate or volunteer, sign-up using the following link:

Questions? Please contact Kristen Witte ( or Laura Molitor ( Thank you all, for your support!





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]

Upcoming Events

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