Preaching a changeless Christ
to a changing world!

 

We are a confessional congregation that holds to the Christian faith as it is delivered to us in Holy Scripture and taught in the Lutheran Confessions. We are a welcoming congregation located in Logansport, Indiana. St. James has had a presence in Cass County for more than 170 years, and it is the only congregation in Cass County that is affiliated with The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.

Please join us for worship this Sunday at 9 a.m.!

 

What we believe

Along with all of Christendom, we confess the three ecumenical creeds. As a confessional member congregation of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod, we also hold fast to doctrine drawn from the Word of God as expounded upon in the Book of Concord.

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Divine Service

The Sunday morning Divine Worship Service is at 9 a.m. during the summer months.

The midweek Divine Worship Service is at 2 p.m. every Wednesday.

Not familiar with the Divine Service? That’s OK. We’ll help you. But if you want a summary, it’s all about Jesus.

Still not sure? Well, as Philip told Nathanael when he inquired about Jesus, all we can tell you is, “Come and see!”

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Location

St. James is located at 430 Ninth Street — at the top of “Holy Hill” behind the Post Office — in Logansport, Indiana.

We are the only member congregation of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod in Cass County.

We would love to have you join us for worship this Sunday!

Plan to visit

Calendar

In addition to our weekly Divine Worship Services, we also offer special services, Bible studies, and other activities for you to attend or get involved.

Find out what’s happening at St. James  

 

 

News & events

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Preparing for Sunday | July 25, 2021

God’s kingdom is not of glory and power but the cross. We will bear ours after Him. [But fear not…] Nothing (not even a sword) can “separate” James and “us

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Preparing for Sunday | July 18, 2021

Not only does He teach us many things, but taking the bread, He blesses and breaks and gives it to the disciples “to set before the people” (Mark 6:41).  

Joy:Fully Lutheran

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Joy:Fully Catechized | Third Commandment

“How, then, does such sanctification take place? Not in this manner, that [with folded hands] we sit behind the stove and do no rough [external] work, or deck ourselves with

 

 

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