Our Congregation strives to live in the way of Christ within and outside the walls of our church. We believe God has called us to CLC and has blessed us with a feeling of Family and Fellowship amongst our members. We are here to learn about His Love and to spread His Word through our deeds in the local community. This is a place where we can bring our families to grow in the love of Christ. In today's society, time becomes more and more scarce, and time for worship competes with the demands of daily life (families, friends, career, etc.). Christ Lutheran Church provides an environment for meaningful worship in a manner familiar to our traditional Lutheran or other Christian upbringing. Christ Lutheran Church also serves as a reminder of the Blessings we receive from God every day and how fortunate we are to live in His Grace.
We are Christ Lutheran Church of West Cobb located in Marietta, Georgia. All are welcome to visit us at any time. Christ Lutheran Church is welcoming and inclusive to all believers of Christ. We are a family of disciples who gather each week to strengthen our faith with scripture, sermons, prayer, song and music, and Holy Sacraments. We also learn how to be better disciples through Bible Studies, Youth Groups, Confirmation and Sunday School. Join us during our weekly Sunday Services at 8:45am and 11:00am.
CLC is also a small church with a big heart. We reach out to the community with many missions locally and globally. Locally, we support MUST Ministries, Cobb Street Ministries, Calvary Children's Home, Simple Needs and others. We also support our global missionaries, Julia and Vincent Harrington-Leiyoole in Arsim, Kenya, and the Synod's mission in Guatemala. Please join us in helping out others in need with the grace and guidance of Jesus Christ.
CLC is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA). In Jesus Christ, God has reconciled us to God and to each other. As we gather around Word and Sacraments, this life in Christ is what defines, shapes and guides us as a community of faith.
"In Christ none of us lives in isolation from others. Jesus is our peace and has broken down the walls that divide us – walls of judgment, hatred, condemnation and violence – and has made us into one, new human community."