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Historic Redeemer Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, Lubbock TX

Historic Redeemer Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, Lubbock TX

Historic Redeemer Lutheran Church is located in the Heart of Lubbock Neighborhood. We are pleased to offer a traditional worship service to the praise and honor of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Our service is based on liturgy that dates back more than 400 years. Our music includes a choir, hand-bells, praise team, and pipe organ. The building, including its traditional stained glass windows, was named an historic landmark by the City of Lubbock in 2010.

Our local community outreach to those in need includes Mosaic, Neighborhood House, LWML, and Lutheran Social Services.  Redeemer is pleased to present the Lutheran Hour Sunday mornings, 8:00 AM, on KFYO radio.

Please feel free to explore the website, and we would be blessed if the Lord puts it on your heart to come join us for worship.

CLICK HERE to see the newsletter for July (2.17 mb).

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Worship Services:
Sunday mornings 9:30 am


On Sunday, January 26, 2014, we will begin the study of 1 Samuel:

First Samuel records the establishment of Israel’s monarchy, about 1050 B.C.  Samuel led Israel for many years in the combined roles of prophet, priest, and judge.  After the people demanded a king like those of the other nations (ch.8), God directed Samuel to anoint Saul as Israel’s first king.  When Saul turned from God, David was anointed by Samuel to succeed him.  After David killed the giant Goliath, he was brought to Saul’s court, eventually becoming the leader of Saul’s armies.  Saul’s subsequent violent jealousy forced David to flee.  The book closes with Saul’s death in battle, and looks forward to David’s reign.  First Samuel’s author is unknown, but Samuel himself may have written portions of the book (see 1 Chron. 29:29).