Since 1923. We are centrally located on Mockingbird Lane in Dallas, TX. We hold services every Sunday at 10:30 am. Visitors are welcome.
What a beautiful way to begin the service this morning with harp music!
Our Advent Event in collaboration with Central, Bethany, and Emmanuel Lutheran Churches was a success! We filled 106 "go" bags for people in need, wrote advocacy letters to city officials, created special christmons, and sang and snacked together.
Daytrippers got a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the Collin Street Bakery in Corsicana TX where they make 10,000 fruitcakes EVERY DAY!
Wonderful to welcome new members to our church family: Bette, Suzan, Eric, Alyssa, & Debbie!
Our parking lot sale is in full swing! Come check out our deals and meet our friendly folks! Till 3pm today.
So fun to welcome our pets to our Sunday service this week!
It's time again to assemble school kits for Lutheran World Relief from the mountains of donated school supplies that came in all summer. Here's our hardworking group of assembly line workers! #GodsworkOurHands #LakewoodLutheran
Here we are in our School Kit assembly line! In the end, we put together 132 kits for kids around the world via Lutheran World Relief. #GodsworkOurhands #LakewoodLutheran
Daytrippers had a blast in Waxahachie-- touring the Ellis County Museum, seeing the beautiful courthouse and rows and rows of Victoria homes, checking out the recreated "Munster" home, and seeing an actual $10,000 bill!
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Come join our Second Sunday Summer Breakfast crew! We're meeting again this (fifth) Sunday (June 30) across the street at Luby's at 9:15am. Call us Luby Lutherans! ;-)
Pentecost is a wonderful time to celebrate our connections with each other around the globe through the Holy Spirit!
It's time again for the semi-annual Clothing Exchange! Sat., June 8, noon-5pm. Bring your unwanted gently used clothes and exchange them for "new" gently used clothes-- all FREE. See you at church-- in the big back building [6202 E Mockingbird Ln, Dallas TX]
Wonderful to welcome Katharina and Michael Behrens from Germany to worship with us once again!
So wonderful to welcome our favorite German vicars--now pastors-- back to Dallas for a visit!
The House of God sits on a Throne of Love!
Daytrippers had a blast taking the train to Fort Worth, seeing a "cattle drive," eating BBQ, and training back again to Union Station.
How do we celebrate the National Day of Prayer? With beer and a prayer-- and seafood and fellowship!
Happy Easter! Everything is new again!
Our Lent Event (part 2) concluded our look at the food and traditions of the Jewish seder. So meaningful! Roasted egg, bitter herbs, and haroseth (a mix of apples, walnuts, and wine)--all with powerful symbolism and significance.
Come join us for our Lent Event (part 2) where we learn more about the traditions and foods of the Jewish Passover Seder. Last time, we experienced the lamb, bitters, and unleavened bread. What's next? Wed., April 3 (6pm).
The Daytrippers had another fun excursion... to Waco, to see the beautiful Browning Library, the Dr. Pepper Museum, and the Magnolia silos! Come join us!
Guess who got married at First United Lutheran Church in March, 1969, and returned to remember and celebrate 50 years later? The lovely Linda and Jim Thompson, that's who! Happy anniversary, you crazy kids!
Welcome to our newest member, Barbara C, who has already jumped in to help in so many ways and brings such a happy and giving spirit!
Congratulations to Walnut Hill Lutheran Church on the dedication of your new facilities. Wishing you many blessings on your ministry in this new location.
Daytrippers, our daytime fellowship group, had it's first outing: visiting the Dallas Holocaust Museum-- so meaningful.
We dedicated all the quilts that our 6 ladies created working all year long! 81 quilts in total!
We're so happy our choir scholars, Lizzy & Austin, are coming back to lead us in song after the winter break!
Alex G and Pastor Russell had fun at the first ConFEST afternoon with the Bishop-- along with 180 other young people from around DFW
Strangest thing: Amazon delivered a dozen t-shirts to the church this week, but we didn't order ANY of them! We don't even have an Amazon account for the church. What's up?
Congratulations and many blessings to Heather and William as they celebrate their marriage and life together! ❤️
Women have gathered to make quilts at First United for nearly 40 years. These quilts are donated to Lutheran World Relief and go around the world to people in need-- nearly 4000 quilts so far. We recently dedicated a new space for their important work! Interested in joining them? Come to church most Wednesdays at 10am. (Men welcome too!)
Remembering our veterans.
All Saints Sunday: Remembering Gerhard Gruschkus... Fritz Gruschkus...Irma Gruschkus...Luther Sappenfield...Ruth Sappenfield...Hans Mergeler...Erich Misterek...Elfriede Misterek...Julia Manginen...George Farnsworth...Jan Stinson...D. Murl Johnson...Lucille Fertsch...Alan Ramo...Bill Pardue...Tulie Pardue...Mark Herbener...Martin Spirit...Lois Stanford...Fred Krueger...John Burton Smith...Robert E. Johnson Jr...Jamie McChriston...Rudy Minarcik...Tom Garner...Ruth Garner...James M. Ovcarik...Emma Ovcarik...Tommy Rayburn...Peggy Claiborne...Connie Ambrose...Fred Jacobi...Dave Schroeder...Philna Miller...Din Alles...Dan Rolik...Keith Leenhouts...Gretchen Mueller...Floyd Mueller...Vernett Bredow...Virgil Bredow...Emma Smith...Laura Kirby...John La Prade...Joyce Wong ❤️
Another successful Reformation Day celebration!
All are wilkommen! ;-)
It's important to pause a moment and express our appreciation to the pastor at the heart of our church!
That's a wrap on another successful clothing exchange--thanks to Meredith and her amazing team! Mark your calendars for the next one-- Saturday, June 8, 2019.
[10/12/18] It's time for the semi annual Clothing Exchange! Come Sat., Oct. 13, from noon to 5pm with bags of clothes to donate and swap for bags of new-to-you clothes! ALL FREE! At 6202 E Mockingbird Ln (in the building in back)
What a big morning! We filled 111 backpacks with school supplies for Lutheran World Federation-- part of an ELCA nation-wide "God's Work/Our Hands" initiative.
Thank you, Pastor Julio Cruz-Natal for being our pastor all summer while Pastor Russell was on sabbatical. You are a gem!
We are remembering with deep love and sadness the passing of Fred Krueger this week. A former pastor and then counselor to special needs children and adults, his deep faithfulness, genuine kindness, and his compassion for others are an example for all of us. Our thoughts and prayers are with Anna Mae and his whole family.
A funeral service in memory of Fred will be held Sunday, June 10, 2018 at 2pm, at First United Lutheran Church 6202 E. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to First United Lutheran Church, Disciples of the Way, or Jewish Family Service of Dallas.
What a joy to celebrate Alex G's confirmation this morning. His whole church family surrounded him with love and pride!
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