We Are A Vibrant & Nurturing Faith Community

inviting others to experience the Grace of God

Welcome to First Lutheran Church, a congregation that shares a living, daring confidence in God’s grace. This confidence, born of our experience of the Good News of Jesus Christ, gives us freedom and courage to boldly participate in what God is up to in our world today.
 
Join us — regardless of your life journey with its complexities and questions. Your unique story adds to the richness of the larger story that makes up the First Lutheran Church family. There is a place for you here!
 
Office hours are Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  Pastor’s office hours are Monday – Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  We recommend that you call ahead to schedule appointments with Pastor Keith.
 
Join us for worship Sundays at 9:30 a.m.  Enter at the south parking lot door for elevator access to the sanctuary level.  We practice masking and physical distancing.  Masks are available at the door for those who do not have one.  Ushers will assist you once inside.
 
We live-stream worship for those not able to attend in person.  Scroll down to the link on this page to either join us live or watch later at your convenience. 
 
Go to our YouTube channel, First Lutheran Church of StJoeMohttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzcBvva-bcNln45REfLmxbg to watch services from past Sundays.
 
The South Sudanese Worshiping Community, under the leadership of Pastor Philip Deng, gathers for worship each Sunday at 1:00 in the sanctuary.

If you are not on our email list and would like to receive email updates, please email the church office at the address below, or click this link to contact us via our website: Contact Us

 

302 S. 10th St., Saint Joseph, MO, 64501 Phone: 816-232-8378 Email: flcsj302@gmail.com

 

First Lutheran rents spaces in our northwest parking lot to business employees who need off-street parking M-F. Register for Business Parking Here

Pay for Business Parking Here

 

 

 

 

 

 

Forerunners and messengers advance the advent of our God. While John the baptizer’s voice in the wilderness may be the principal focus of the day, Malachi’s prophecy could as easily herald the coming Christ as forerunner of the Lord of hosts. Finally all the baptized are called to participate in the sharing of the gospel. In so doing we prepare the way for the coming of Jesus and assist all people in capturing a vision of the “salvation of God.”