Service Hours

Service Times (September - June)

Sunday School: Sunday 10:00 a.m. (suspended)

Bible Class: Sunday at 10:00 a.m. (suspended)

Divine Service: Sunday at 11:00 a.m.

We are Excited to Announce that We Have Moved Up... Up the Escarpment
Beginning All Saints' Day, November, 01, 2020, we have been located at 470 Glenridge Avenue, just up the hill, within the fully accessible building of Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary, on the campus of Brock University. ​We hope that you will come and join us as we continue our close partnership with our brothers and sisters in Christ at the seminary.

Office Hours (suspended)

Please call or email Pastor Lantz to arrange for a meeting. 289-228-8840 pastorlantz@cogeco.ca

Make an online donation at www.lutheranchurchcanada.ca. Click on Support My Home Congregation and select St. Catharines, Resurrection Lutheran Church.

General Information
PO Box 35001 Hartzel Rd. PO
St. Catharines, Ontario L2P 0C5
Join us at:
Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary
470 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines







Resurrection Lutheran Church Canada

Pandemic Practices

During the current provincial shutdown, services are limited to 10 persons. Please call to arrange your attendance for the Service of the Sacrament. General pandemic precautions are still in place. Masks or face coverings must be worn by all who are able. Please join us Sundays at 9am and daily at 8am at  www.facebook.com/ResurrectionLCC/ or see the posted sermons and audio recordings.

What We Are About

Liturgical, Christological, Sacramental

We follow traditional liturgies and strive for the clear preaching of God's Word, focusing on His forgiveness of our sins for the sake of Jesus' death for us.  We concentrate on the spoken Word rather than projected pixels, and on meaningful music instead of emotional anthems.

A lot of religion today bends to society's pressures. We strive to be faithful to God and to His Church. The message of Jesus Christ crucified for sinners is proclaimed here in a way that does not excuse sin or downplay the purpose of God sending His Son to die for you.  It's a hard message, but it's the truth and the good news of the Resurrection is good news because of Jesus' death for us. Because of His suffering and death for you, you can share in His Resurrection. We don't want that message to get lost so we stick to historic Christianity without the fads.