Concordia Lutheran Church of Upper Marlboro, MD



Welcome Brothers & Sisters in Christ

At Concordia Lutheran Church, We Believe:

In the Triune God; Father, Son and Holy Spirit
That the Bible is the inspired, infallible Word of God—the only source and norm for teaching
That since the fall of Adam & Eve, man is by nature sinful and therefore has earned nothing but punishment from a Holy God
That God, in love, sent His Son into the world to pay for the sins of all mankind and that on the cross, Jesus finished the work of Redemption
That on the third day Jesus bodily rose from the dead and later ascended into heaven
That the only way for man to receive forgiveness of sin is by faith alone in Jesus Christ
That faith itself is a gift of the Holy Spirit
That good works flow from faith, but that works do not earn or help in our salvation
The Holy Baptism is a miraculous means of God's grace by which infants and adults become a part of God's holy family
That in Holy Communion, we receive the true body and blood of Jesus in, with and under the forms of bread and wine
That there is but one true church consisting of all who in heart and mind and with their lips confess Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord
That one day Jesus will come again in glory to judge both the living and the dead, and take all believers with Him into heaven

Concordia Lutheran Church of Upper Marlboro, Inc.

is a member of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.

What We Believe

SundaySchool & Bible Class 10:am

Sunday Worship Service 11:am

  

At Concordia Lutheran Church of Upper Marlboro it's our mission to help you explore your relationship with God and improve those meaningful relationships in your family life. Join us each Sunday and experience the warmth of faith and the strength of our community. ~~Concordia Lutheran Church is a loving, caring congregation serving God, each other and the community through Biblically-based ministries and outreach. We, therefore, dedicate ourselves to the tasks of:

1. Witnessing our faith in Jesus Christ to each other, the community in which we live, our nation, and the world;

2. Offering service to people by acts of mercy and concern;

3. Practicing stewardship by intelligent management and use of God's gifts to us;

4. Celebrating fellowship with one another so that a spirit of unity and joy exists in the Congregation; and

5. Growing in grace and knowlede of Jesus Christ by the education of all ages through study and mutual sharing of God's Word and Sacraments