My First Visit

The mission of King of Glory Lutheran Church (ELCA) is to boldly share the grace of God with the world.

We live out three Grace-driven values and invite all to experience the joy of being GROUNDED in love, GROWING in faith, and GENEROUS in service and giving.

 

Sundays at King of Glory
    •   9:00 am    Faith Formation Classes for all Ages
    • 10:15 am    Traditional Worship On-Site and Online
    •   5:00 pm     Joyful Spirit Worship On-Site and Online

 

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King of Glory Lutheran Church
6411 LBJ Freeway
Dallas, TX 75240
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(972) 661-9435 

 

 

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My First Visit

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Driving west on the 635 frontage road from Hillcrest, enter the parking lot through the second, or west, driveway.

For families with small children, we invite you to park on the west side of the building and enter through the doors closest to the playground. Inside the door, you will find a greeter who can help guide you to the nursery, Sunday School rooms, and Sanctuary.

Guests can find additional parking on the east side of the building by driving around the back of the Activity Center. Guest parking is clearly marked and close to the Sanctuary entrance.

Those worshipping at King of Glory come dressed in a variety of styles, from casual to coat & tie. We do not have a dress code and are more concerned about God’s love and your needs than we are about your clothing.

Children are encouraged to worship with their parents and we welcome their “enthusiastic responses." If needed, the Cry Room, located in the Nursery Hallway, Room 140, has worship services streaming on a large screen for families with sad infants and/or enthusiastic toddlers. The nursery is available for children, infant through Kindergarten.

King of Glory has a Sanctuary Sensory Room as an extension of the Sanctuary. The sensory room is a safe place to retreat to when participating in group worship, with all the noise and movement, becomes overwhelming, allowing those with differences, such as ADHD or autism, who cannot remain seated for long periods of time quietly or silently to participate in worship without disturbing those around them. 

If you have any questions or would like to speak with someone before your visit, please contact us at  

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