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A summary and references on what Gloria Christ believes and teaches in accordance with Scripture and the Lutheran Confessions. La Iglesia Luterana le da la bienvenida

Achtung!  No watered-down Lutheranism here!

Jude 1:3

We are a confessional Lutheran congregation. This means that we hold to the Confessions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church both in terms of doctrine and practice. We are catholic but not Roman Catholic. We are evangelical but not a part of the modern Evangelical movement. We hold that Jesus Christ is the object of our Faith and that justification by grace (Christ's forgiving our sins freely for the sake of His passion, death and resurrection) is the chief article of the Faith. We trust that our Lord comes to us to forgive our sins and give us Himself through the Word of God, preaching, baptism, absolution (forgiveness) and the Lord's Supper.

We encourage you to study Luther's Small Catechism as a basic statement of how Lutherans understand and teach the basic topics of Holy Scripture.

Theological Differences with the ELCA

Exposing the ELCA - not run by Gloria Christi or the LCMS - linked for informational purposes

Psalm 33:6; Psalm 33:9

The Small Catechism - the faithful basic summary of biblical teaching.

Downloadable Adobe PDF pamphlets on various topics
of traditional Lutheran belief and practice.

The Gospel

The Bible

The Ten Commandments

The Apostles' Creed

The Lord's Prayer (Our Father...)

Sacrament of Holy Baptism

Confession and Absolution (Reconciliation/Penance)

The Lord's Supper (Holy Eucharist/Holy Communion)

Lutheran Worship or Liturgy

Creation & Evolution


Christian Families today

Living Together Without Marriage (cohabitation)


Ordination of Women Pastors and Scripture

Differences Between ELCA and LCMS

Angels and Demons

Millennialism: A Lutheran Analysis

Death and Dying from the Biblical Perspective

Altar Fellowship among Differing Christians

Ephesians 2:8-9

Luther's Small Catechism with Explanation (online version)

The Wittenberg Trail - a web page for protestant or Evangelical Christians looking for historic, creedal, liturgical Christianity today

Spanish / Español
la Iglesia Luterana

While we do not presently offer services in Spanish, the following internet resources are offered to communicate what we believe, teach, and confess, to reach out to all nations (Matthew 28:16-20).

El Catecismo Menor (Adobe PDF)


El Libro de la Concordia - Una Fuente de Armonía


La Iglesia Cristiana y la Reforma Luterana

del Libro de Concordia

Cristo Para Todas Las Naciones es la división hispana de Lutheran Hour Ministries

CPH - Bienvenido a Editorial Concordia, la división hispana de Concordia Publishing House.

Lutheran Society for Hispanic Missions

Contact in Mexico:

Sinodo Luterano de Mexico
Dr. Atl #187
Col. Santa María La Ribera
Mexico, D.F. c.p. 06400

Phone: 55-55-47-70-27
Fax: 55-55-47-70-27
E-mail: buenpastor_df@hotmail.com


The Roman Catholic/LWF Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification in Confessional Lutheran Perspective (large Adobe PDF file)

A Lutheran Response to the "Left Behind" Series of Novels on the End Times (Adobe PDF download)

The Charismatic Movement and Lutheran Theology (Adobe PDF)

The End Times: A Study in Eschatology and Critique of Millennialism (Adobe PDF)

Admission to the Lord's Supper: Basics of Biblical and Lutheran Confessional Teaching (Adobe PDF)

Holy Communion: Should We Offer It More Frequently? by Rev. David Schoessow (PDF)

Gloria Christi Lutheran Church (LCMS)

1322 31st Avenue

Greeley, Colorado 80634

(970) 353-2554

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