At Concordia we have many opportunities to learn more about God's Word. Currently our Sunday morning Bible Study meets at 9:00 AM. As physical-distancing measures decrease in light of the pandemic additional Bible Study opportunities should be returning soon.
Our children's Sunday School begins at 9:00 AM for ages 3 and up. A nursery is available for children 2 and under.
The chief focus for Concordia’s youth (high-school age members and their friends) is on the study of God’s Word and their relationship with Christ Jesus. We encourage prayer and Bible study in our meetings. Our Board of Youth plan with the youth various fellowship events, servant events, and other activities.
The Lutheran Women's Missionary League supports the worldwide ministry of the LCMS by gathering offerings. Locally, Concordia's LWML has supported various Christian charities and missions to help the under-served and homeless population in Louisville.
On the last Saturday of each month the men of Concordia meet for Bible Study, fellowship, and fun. We invite guest speakers from around the community and the country to inform us of various topics. We frequently have group outings and social events.
The Board of Evangelism plans events and opportunities to reach Louisville and the world with the mercy of Jesus Christ. They also oversee our financial donations and other gifts to Highlands and Louisville area charities. Concordia also supports Lutheran mission work in South Sudan and Liberia.
Music, both choral and instrumental, is important to our worship life at Concordia. One of the centerpieces of our music program is our 113-year old pipe organ. Our gifted organist Mr. John Matthews has over thirty years of experience leading congregation's in song and praise of the Lord. All of our services come from the rich heritage of Lutheran liturgy and hymnody found in the Lutheran Service Book. Our adult choir is led by Rev. Dr. Dale McAbee. The choir sings at our 10:00 AM worship services from September through May. Their music includes choral calls to worship, chanting the Introit with the congregation, a choral anthems and occasional a choral offertory selections.
The devoted ladies of Concordia's sewing circle meet for two Wednesdays each month. They sew quilts and prayer blankets that are distributed to various charitable and community organizations.