Concordia Lutheran Church of Watertown | 818 Arsenal Street, Watertown, NY 13601
Concordia Lutheran Church

Welcome to Concordia Lutheran Church

As a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, our faith is built around a strong belief in God as made known to us in Jesus Christ. Through worship, service and education, we practice our faith, grow our relationship with God and experience God's grace in our lives.  Come worship with us!

"God's work. Our hands"

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"A Church For All Seasons"


Announcements

If local law enforcement issues a "No unnecessary travel" advisory due to inclement weather, church services at Concordia will be canceled. If you are ever in doubt whether or not church will be held, you may call the parsonage at (315)782-1436; check our Facebook Page; or watch WWNY television for cancellations. If Ginny has your email address, she will send you a notification if canceled.


Thank you to all who so generously participated in the ELCA Global Barnyard/Good Gifts mission project. You can see the listing of the many donations on pages 3 and 4 of the Concordia Trumpet newsletter.


147 Operation Christmas Child boxes were packed, dedicated, and shipped to begin their journey to children through the world. Thank you to all who helped in any way!


With cold winter weather starting, donations of mittens, gloves, hats, and scarves are being gratefully accepted to be given to local children in need. Place your donations on our Mitten Tree in the front hallway.


You are invited to join us for the Advent Potluck Meal followed by a Silent Auction for Pies on December 22. Sign-up sheets are in the fellowship hall for both the meal and to provide a pie.


Plan now to worship and honor the birth of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, at Christmas Eve Service at 5:30 P.M. on December 24. If you desire, you may bring some Christmas snacks to share at fellowship following the worship service.


Don't forget to Visit us on Facebook!


Operation Christmas Child is a year-round project. Items requested for the shoeboxes for children in need are: small toys (yo-yos, jump rope, balls, hand-held games); small stuffed animals; Ivory bar soap; and packages of wash cloths. No war related toys or liquids, please.


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THE CONCORDIA TRUMPET: The December 2019 / January 2020 Trumpet newsletter is now available. Download a copy now by clicking here!


YOUTH GROUP collects cans and bottles in the youth room next to the church office as a yearlong fundraiser. Please be sure to separate your cans on bottles by glass, plastic, and metal. They thank you for bringing in your "returnables" to support this project.


REMINDER! New York State requires that if you are hospitalized, a request for a visit from Pastor Luisi must be made directly to him by you or by an immediate family member.

Contact Us

Concordia Lutheran Church
818 Arsenal Street
Watertown, New York 13601
315.782.1260

Email Pastor Luisi

Finding Us

Location Map
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Our Schedule

Saturday Afternoon
4:00 PM Worship Service

Sunday
10:00 AM Worship Service
11:00 AM Youth Group
11:00 AM Fellowship

Helping Others

Operation Christmas Child (OCC)

Operation Christmas Child is a year-round project? Items needed include pens, pencils, loose leaf paper, crayons, markers, erasers, small children's scissors, washcloths and small toys. Questions? See Pat Ryan or Sarah.

ELCA Disaster Response

Visit the ELCA International Disaster Response web site for the latest updates.

Watertown Urban Mission

Bringing together about 40 member churches with local community-minded organizations, businesses and individuals to help people through difficult times.