Kaiserslautern Evangelical Lutheran Church

A small but vibrant Lutheran community worshipping
in English in Kaiserslautern.


Sunday services

8:30 A.M.


Address
Karpfenstrasse 7, Kaiserslautern
For maps, click Location in menu at left.
Our mission is to spread the Gospel of Christ to the greater American community in the Kaiserslautern area through worship, Christian education
and outreach.

Our members are young and old!
The younger enjoy Children's Church,
so that parents can hear the sermon.
We sing with organ, piano and guitar.

We have fellowship and refreshments
after services.


Our statements of faith are

ecumenical creeds of the early

church: the Apostles' Creed,

the Nicene Creed and the

Athanasian Creed, as well as

the confessional documents

of the Lutheran Church:

The Augsburg Confession and its Apology,

the Small and Large Catechisms of Dr. Martin Luther,

the Smalcald Articles,

the Treatise on the Power and Primacy

of the Pope and the Formula of Concord..
 


Address
Karpfenstrasse 7,
Kaiserslautern

(Also listed on the main view,
with the service times, at the bottom.)


Click 'Location' in the
menu at left to go
to a page with some
downloadable maps
showing our location.

Our pastor is the Reverend Scott
Morrison. He comes from Texas,
but he has been living in
Kaiserslautern for years.


We are planning our fall Bible study series. Click on 'Contact'
in the menu at left to ask
about next meeting's location.
Children are welcome!

We have many great fellowships throughout the year! Click on
'Events' in the menu at left
to see what's happening!


Our public documents,
such as our sermon texts
and bulletins,
are available.

Click on 'Services' to go to a page
where they can be
downloaded.

KELC was founded in 1985,
under the sponsorship
of the Lutheran Church
Missouri Synod.

We currently number about
20 families, a friendly and
welcoming church family.

For more information, click
'History' in the menu at left.



Click on 'Contact'
in the menu at left
to send us an e-mail!


Regarding this website itself,
click on the webmaster's name,
at the bottom of this page.

This image is part of the large stained glass front window of
the Church of St. Michaelis, in which we worship. It belongs
to a German Independent Lutheran congregation.


Our current pastor happens to
be their pastor as well, but the
two churches are independent.

See our History for more
information about KELC.