Overview

About Our Church

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About Christ The Servant

A congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Christ the Servant teaches that we are saved by the gift of God’s grace through faith. By that grace we are called to love one another and become disciples of Jesus Christ through lives of service. We seek to be active advocates for social justice, to share our resources in times of disaster, and to be a source of healing for a hurting world.



"Where two or more are gathered..."


The scriptures connect the continuing presence of Christ in the world to fellowship with other people and to service performed on their behalf. There are no perfect Christians, but where faithful followers are gathered Christ is revealed, inviting us into a closer relationship with God. Join us as we seek to know the God who came to us in truth and grace and as we work to reveal God's kingdom breaking forth into creation.

Church History

Our Story

Sunday Morning, October 23, 1966 was the first meeting of Christ The Servant Lutheran Church. This newly formed mission congregation was attended by 47 adults and 23 children. On October 27,1968, Reformation Sunday, the Texas-Louisiana Synod conducted the rite of church organization and officially became a church of the Lutheran Church of America (later to become ELCA). 63 people became charter members of Christ The Servant.


For more information, please read A Brief History of Christ the Servant Lutheran Church, Denton, Texas 1966-1988

Purpose

Our Mission

Saved by God’s grace and energized by

the power of the Holy Spirit,

Christ The Servant Lutheran Church is

  • growing spiritually in Jesus Christ,
  • welcoming others to experience God’s grace, and
  • serving all creation.
Our Guiding Principles

Jesus is Lord,

we do everything with prayer and Scripture,

we are committed to worship rooted in Word and Sacrament,

we give thanks to God always,

we value people as Christ does,

we agree and disagree in love,

we are God’s hands and voices.

ELCA Denomination

God's work. Our hands.

On the Day of Pentecost, people heard the good news in their own language. (Acts 2:1-21)


Regardless of age, race, or status in life, members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America welcome you to join this community of faith. If you’re unfamiliar with our church, some of what you learn may surprise you.


The ELCA is an engaged, active body of people who put faith in God into action -- in millions of ways, all over the world. Join us!

 

This page will give you a brief overview of this church, some quick facts, and guide you around the site. We also invite you to learn more about the ELCA at their website.