Pilgrim Lutheran Church
You are welcome at Pilgrim Lutheran Church (Carmel, Indiana) where our doors and hearts are open to all. We welcome you to join your family with ours as we journey together in the light of Christ.
Pilgrim is a warm and caring family of encouragement where all are welcome - regardless of race, ethnicity, orientation, or economic circumstances. Integrate your life into a living, breathing community of Christian servants. Pilgrim is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and we offer a broad variety of children's programming, family activities, Scriptural study opportunities, music and art ... all with a singular goal of bringing us closer together on our journey jogether in Christ.
We draw members from all over Central Indiana including Carmel, Cicero, Fishers, Greenwood, Indianapolis, Westfield, Whitestown and Zionsville. We are an open door to serve all. Join our Journey Together
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Starting Sunday, January 28th and continuing until Sunday, February 25th, Pilgrim's Sunday Adult Bible Class will be led by Pastor Paul Schumacher in a series entitled "Our Forefathers in the Faith". These classes will give you a broad view of Lutheran history and teaching. Pastor Paul will begin the classes with a discussion of St. Augustine and continue to Martin Luther, Augsburg Confession and finally discuss Our American Experience of Lutheranism. Adult Bible Class is held during the Sunday School hour from 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM. All are welcome! Questions? Contact the church office at 317.846.2221 or .
Join us for a pitch-in luncheon on Sunday, January 28th at Noon to say THANK YOU to Pastor Rudy Mueller for his dedicated service to the Pilgrim family over the past year. Members, please sign up on the sheets on the credenza in the church lobby. Please indicate how many people will be in your party and which food item you will bring. Questions? Contact the church office at 317.846.2221 or .
Come celebrate Fat Tuesday with an organ concert entitled "The King of Instruments" by Sarah Williams! We will let down our hair, throw some beads around, and hear a few of the great works for organ. Music includes works by Bach, Widor, and Albright (including a piece entitled "the King of Instruments" that combines humorous poetry with playful - even goofy - music). Sarah will pull out all the stops, so this is an event you don't want to miss! Bring a friend and stay for a dessert reception served after the concert. Questions? Contact the church office at 317.846.2221 or .