The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is working, has working partnerships, or has historical work in approximately 90 countries, including the United States.
LuthEd.org, a website from The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s School Ministry, provides Lutheran teachers with spiritual, academic, and communication support.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s cross logos may be used by LCMS congregations, schools, entities, auxiliaries, and recognized service organizations upon request and approval.
“What About?” is a series of 27 pamphlets written by Rev. Dr. A.L. Barry, former president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod presents a searchable church art gallery with hundreds of photographs that display our Synod’s rich visual heritage.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod compiled a Congregational Treasurer’s Manual to provide information on various aspects of the duties of a congregational treasurer.
Hosted by LCMS Urban & Inner-City Mission, Rev. Marcus Zill presents a free webinar on “Campus Ministry’s Vital Role.”
Hosted by LCMS Urban & Inner-City Mission, Dr. Rebecca Schmidt presents a free webinar on “Outreach Through Lutheran Schools.”
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod offers resources to promote and nurture the spiritual, emotional, and physical well-being of pastors and professional church workers.
Explore the past through the people who lived it! Meet 25 men and women passionate about the Reformation re-discovery of the Gospel—either for or against it. Download reproducible bulletin inserts, biographical handouts, and Bible studies for each unforgettable face of the Reformation era.
Reformation A-Z is a booklet of activities that will help educators teach specific parts of the Reformation in the classroom, or help families engage in Reformation learning at home!
Get acquainted with the Wittenberg and Europe that Luther experienced! Learn about Wittenberg’s important landmarks and the geography of Luther’s time, and discover how they might have affected the Reformation.
DCEs share how a congregation can benefit from having a Director of Christian Education.
The most enduring symbol of the Lutheran Reformation is the seal that Luther himself designed to represent his theology. By the early 1520s, this seal begins to appear on the title page of Luther’s works.