Message from Pastor Kaster:
We are announcing that on Sunday, 3 May, we will be holding services within the regulations of the Czech Republic. We are called as Christians to “Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s …” (Mk. 12:17 ESV.) Therefore, we will be holding a capella services within these parameters.
- There is a maximum number of 15 people, which includes those serving.
- Therefore, we will hold two services: 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
- Congregants are asked to use hand sanitizer when entering the building (provided).
- Congregants are asked to sit 2 meters apart (except for families).
- Congregants are asked to wear masks throughout the service, excepting during the reception of the Sacrament.
- You must sign-up with me, Pastor Kaster, and I will reserve a space for you. We are doing this in order of signing up, unless you would prefer the later service.
- To sign-up, please use only one of these two means
- Phone call, no texts, at +420 607 645 218.
- Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin and I will also be keeping office hours on this Friday, noon to 3:00 p.m. (15:00). If you would like to receive the Sacrament but are still uncomfortable about coming to church, please feel free to come by and we will commune you. If you are lonely and want to come by for a visit, please come by. If you just want to visit, please come by. We are here to serve. We are honored by the opportunity to do so.
We are an English-speaking Lutheran congregation that meets weekly at the historic Church of Saint Michael the Archangel in Prague. We welcome you to visit to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We are a small but loving community of ex-patriots, immigrants, and guests from around the world who gather around the Word and Sacraments. We hope that you will make us your church home during your stay in Prague.
We believe that the entire Bible is the inerrant, inspired, and holy Word of God and the source and norm of Christian doctrine; we confess the faith and truth using the three ecumenical creeds: Apostles’, Nicene, and Athanasius; and we believe that the confessions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church as found in the Book of Concord of 1580 are the correct exposition of the Word of God.
Interested in membership? Speak with Pastor Kaster for more information.
Join us for Bible Study and Sunday School at 9:30 and for the Divine Service at 11:00 Sunday.
May God richly bless us in all things!