What does Concordia mean?

It is summed up in our phrase: “Of One Heart & Mind in Christ” ​(Phil 2:2, 4:7). Concordia also refers to the Book of Concord (1580) which is a compilation of the Lutheran confessions saying what we believe in the Christian faith. The core of Lutheran biblical teaching can be summed up: We are Christ followers by faith alone in Christ alone by grace alone through Scripture alone for the glory of God alone.

 

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  • Sunday Service
    All People & Families are imperfect. Often we are going through real struggles. No one comes through this life without scratches and dents. And that just may be where God is at work in people and families.
  • Taking in the Lawless
    Someone called to her and invited her over, but when she got to the table she saw all the seats were taken. Before she could turn away, her new friend pushed plates aside and pulled up a chair for her. “There’s always room for one more.” Jesus does that for you. Come. There’s always room […]
  • Seeking the Lost
    Someone called to her and invited her over, but when she got to the table she saw all the seats were taken. Before she could turn away, her new friend pushed plates aside and pulled up a chair for her. “There’s always room for one more.” Jesus does that for you. Come. There’s always room […]
  • Inviting the Ready
    Someone called to her and invited her over, but when she got to the table she saw all the seats were taken. Before she could turn away, her new friend pushed plates aside and pulled up a chair for her. “There’s always room for one more.” Jesus does that for you. Come. There’s always room […]
  • Wow of Holiness
    The very nature of God is wonderment. Christ came to open our eyes to the incredible splendor of life and God. Rather than taking God and his works for granted, we are invited behold and be amazed.

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