The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LC-MS) was founded in North America in 1847 by German immigrants who brought their Lutheran heritage with them as they settled here. Today, the LC-MS has over 2.5 million members in America, and conducts missions in nearly 70 foreign countries. Lake Norman Lutheran Church is a part of the Charlotte area circuit and the Southeastern District of the LC-MS.
We believe that Christ Jesus invites baptized members of His church to attend Holy Communion in order to experience the forgiveness of sins which He earned for us on the cross. We believe that our Lord is truly present in this Sacrament. When we take part of this meal, we receive His Body and Blood in, with, and under the bread and wine. If this is also your faith, you are welcome to join us for Holy Communion.
To find out more about the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, please visit: http://lcms.org/aboutus
Our Lord teaches us to pray, praise and give thanks . . .
We pray for one another and for community needs, for those suffering or in any need, for those in authority. We are confident our prayers are heard and answered because of the saving work of Jesus Christ. Everyone's prayers are important - we want to include prayers from clergy and laity alike. We hold events and activities to equip people for a life of prayer, starting with the Lord's Prayer.
Our Lord teaches us to commit to worship that matters . . .
Essentials of worship are the tangible ways God connects to us: Holy Baptism, Holy Communion, and the Bible. Grace is the emphasis. Excellence in our worship honors God and draws people to Him. While Lutherans will find our worship familiar and reverent, services will be welcoming for all.
Our Lord teaches us to be a caring Christian community . . .
We practice caring for those in need. Passionately following Jesus' teaching, we strive to see Him as we look to our neighbor. When we see a need, we respond with compassion.
Our Lord teaches us to be a congregation of generous Christians . . .
We value God-directed giving of our time and financial resources. As individuals and families we strive to practice percentage giving of our finances to support LNLC ministries and beyond. We seek to use the gift of our time and abilities to make better the Lake Norman community our neighbors as well as our world. We go to the Bible for the best ways to do these things.
Our Lord calls us to follow Him and make disciples. . .
We believe the truth of God's teachings and His story of salvation which is the Bible. We value knowledge of the Bible and its applications for life. We seek to be life-long learners.