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The Lutheran Faith

Memorial Lutheran School is the school of Memorial Lutheran Church. It is an accredited school within our Lutheran church body, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS).

Children enrolled at Memorial Lutheran School attend daily chapel to sing, pray, and listen to God’s Word. They are spiritually fed with the Word of God, the Bread from Heaven, growing in faith toward God and fervent love toward one another.

Students learn Luther's Small Catechism. The Small Catechism contains the basics of the Christian faith. Daily they recite Luther's Morning and Evening Prayers.

Children and families are not required to be Lutheran to attend our school, but children will learn about the Lutheran (Christian) faith. The Lutheran (Christian) worldview underlies all aspects of our philosophy and curriculum.

Our Beliefs

Everything Lutherans believe comes from the Bible, the Holy Scriptures. We believe that the Bible is the inerrant and inspired Word of God (2 Timothy 3:16). The Bible reveals that all mankind is separated from God by our sin (Romans 3:10-20). It also reveals that God took on human flesh in the person of Jesus, through whom we are forgiven and restored to a right relationship with God (Romans 3:21-28). We call this announcement of forgiveness and reconciliation the Gospel, or Good News. 

Our congregation believes the 1580 Book of Concord is the correct and clear explanation of the Scriptures' essential teachings on God, Jesus, salvation, and the Christian life.