The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod currently has nearly 2.5 million members in more than 6 thousand congregations throughout America and Canada, mostly rooted in the Upper Midwestern portion of the United States. The LCMS was formed on April 26, 1847 in Chicago, IL by C. F. W. Walther and has German immigrant roots in its formation.
The LCMS is the eight largest Protestant denomination in Christianity and the second largest Lutheran body in the US. There are a total of 35 districts that comprise the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod and the current president is Reverend Doctor Gerald Kieschnick.
The LCMS firmly holds that Jesus is the focal point of biblical teachings and faith in Jesus is the way believers will find eternal salvation. This church teaches creationism from the Biblical perspective and all educational institutions currently associated with the LCMS uphold this.
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Below we list 12 Lutheran Church of Missouri Synod schools and colleges. You can also view our full listing of Religious and Faith-Based Schools
in the United States.