We, the people of Christ Lutheran Church, being baptized people of God, are called by His love and grace to give thanks to Him in worship. Through the power of the Holy Spirit we respond to God’s love and grace by teaching and proclaiming the Gospel. Strengthened by Word and Sacrament, we seek to grow in faith and understanding, to serve God’s people and care for His creation.
By the middle of the 19th century the Long Island Railroad extended into what would become eastern Nassau County. About the same time, several German-American farmers moved their families eastward into Jerusalem. This area is now known as North Wantagh. By 1859, these families had secured an acre of property from the town of Hempstead for a planned chapel. Helped by the German mission of the Methodist Episcopal Church, they organized a congregation, built a small chapel called St. John of Jerusalem, and established a cemetery. For reasons not completely clear, this congregation ceased to exist shortly after the turn of the century. The building served only as a chapel for funerals and burials in the cemetery for the next 15 years. Read More
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IN THE FAITH!
We are a congregation of the Metropolitan New York Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America serving the community. Our congregation has a very friendly and diverse membership. Whatever your church background, you will be at home among us. Children are welcome and encouraged to attend our services. Our worship services follow the Lutheran pattern of worship with songs, prayers, scripture readings, a sermon and weekly Holy Communion. Dress is casual and you are welcome to join us in fellowship for coffee and refreshments following the services (temporarily suspended).