First Evangelical Lutheran Church
of Galveston Texas
To WORSHIP and praise God
To SERVE God and all people
To SHARE Christ’s message of
Love, Joy and Salvation!
Contemporary Worship: Saturday 5:30 p.m.
Traditional Worship: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School for all ages: 8:45 a.m.
We Invite You
To Come and Worship God
A Very Special Open Letter
From Reverend Richard Rhoades!
I am most humbled and honored to be called to serve as the Pastor of First Lutheran Church, Galveston!
Building on the long line of pastors and lay members of this congregation, God is calling us to walk together discerning and discovering the ways we can live out being children of God in the 21st century.
I am excited to begin our walk with the Lord together.
Peace in Christ our Lord,
Reverend Richard A. Rhoades
December FELC News!
COMING SOON…The Glad Tide-ings Newsletter and the church Event Calendar will be posted in the NEWS section for you to download and print!
God’s work. Our Hands.
ELCA members are called to put their faith into action by engaging in service activities in their neighborhood or surrounding community. This year, the date was September 13th. First Lutheran chose to participate in the Galveston Street Ministry which meets every Saturday morning to not only feed, but share their faith with those less fortunate. Read Complete Story…
The 100 Year Anniversary of First Evangelical Lutheran Church
Download Your Copy here: 100 Year Anniversary of FELC (PDF, 11 MB)
Special Video Project: Stained Glass Windows of The Lyceum
The project has begun! Volunteers are now preparing their manuscripts. For more information, please contact Sandra: firstname.lastname@example.org Here is a story from the kickoff meeting held Saturday April 18th told by George Black about a craftsman working on rebuilding of the the original frames of these stained glass windows:
Online Giving For First Lutheran Church
More than 157 years ago, God called a small group of people in Galveston, Texas, to witness and minister in Christ’s name to this port city on the Gulf of Mexico.
A few faithful people planted and nurtured seeds that grew into what First Evangelical Lutheran Church is today.
Throughout the generations, people of faith and hope have responded to God’s call and have overcome many obstacles to erect buildings for ministry to allow people to meet, share, and bolster their faith in God.
Come and visit us during your next trip to Galveston Island!
2415 Winnie at 25th
Galveston, TX 77550