Sunday School and Bible Study

Children meet during the worship service for a short Sunday school class. They begin worship with their families in church and are dismissed before the sermon, rejoining their families once again after church for a blessing during communion.

Sunday Bible Study - 8:15 a.m.

The Lutheran Hour Ministries sponsored "Gifted for More" Workshop start date has been pushed back to April 21. It will be a multi-media presentation similar to my previous class making use of LHM materials and videos ( on the large format TV) as well as "Gifted for More" workbooks for participants as we explore the gifts that God has given us (some obvious, some hidden) and how to put them to work for the betterment of ourselves, our congregation and our community in the service of God."

Weekday Bible Study

  • Bible Study with Vicar Walt Little - Wednesdays @10:00 a.m.

  • Bible Study with Pastor Stolle - Fridays @ 10:00 a.m.

begins on April 5th. The study will be on Max Lucado’s book Help Is Here Finding Fresh Strength and Purpose in the Power of the Holy Spirit. The book will be $20.


Lutheran Public Radio

Lutheran Public Radio brings sacred music to the world 24/7. Although there is no local Kansas City radio station broadcasting, listen online at or with the app on your smart phone.

The station offers daily chapel, Christ-centered current events podcast Issues, Etc., and assorted publications.

Changes to The Lutheran Hour® broadcast are coming in your area.

As good stewards of the resources God provides, we work to be strategic in the allocation of those resources. The program’s final broadcast on KCMO 710 AM at 8:00 a.m. on Sundays will be January 28, 2024. An alternate listening option in your area is KCCV 760 AM on Sundays at 8:30 a.m. To find other airings near you, check the broadcast guide for Lutheran Hour Ministries (LHM) at

Ascension Lutheran Church

The Bible Project, an llustrated Bible Experience with podcasts

For Youth and Children

Higher Things - Dare to Be Lutheran, Resources to assist parents, pastors, and congregations in cultivating a distinctly Lutheran identity among their youth and young adults.