1887 Electric Road, Roanoke, Virginia | (540) 774-8746 | pastor@gslcp.org | office@gslcp.org
A Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod congregation

WORSHIP IS AT 9:30 AND OUTDOORS!

We are currently holding our worship service outdoors in our parking lot. There is plenty of room for us to spread out 10 feet apart, take off the masks and SING! The one change we made was to move the time to 9:30 AM so we could remain completely in shade. Please join us and bring your own chair.

Pastor Beasley will send out an email around 8:00 AM to let everyone know whether we will be outside or if weather dictates we worship inside. If inside, we will observe the safety protocols we have been using to protect one another and also to comply with state and CDC guidelines. Whether outside or inside, Sunday worship will be at 9:30 AM.

We will be livestreaming services as they happen at www.facebook.com/GSLCP/live/. You do not need a Facebook account to join us online. These livestreams are available afterward to watch on our Facebook page. If you would like to receive Communion without attending the service, please contact the Pastor. If you have any questions or would like to be added to our mailing list, please fill out our contact form here.

Our position is always that you should make the decision to attend corporate worship that best suits you and your family. Please click here to read about the changes we have made to keep you safe and comply with state guidelines. Whether you join us in person or online, let us worship the Lord together!

And as always, if you or someone you know needs compassionate help in coping with the effects of this pandemic, please reach out to us. Jesus sent us to help you.


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Sunday School and Bible Study

Sunday School is currently on hold. Please check back often for updates.

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Livestream of Sunday Service

All services are livestreamed on our Facebook page starting at 9:30 AM.


Come and see what God has done: he is awesome in his deeds toward the children of man. —Psalm 66:5

When the apostle Philip told his friend Nathanael he had found the Messiah, Nathanael was skeptical.  “Can anything good come out of Nazareth?” he asked. (John 1:46) Philip’s only response was “Come and see.

Jesus Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection frees us from sin and death. His amazing grace brings us forgiveness from God and allows us to forgive others. How is this possible? Come and see.

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