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Resources for Home Devotions


Worship Anew

Formerly “Worship for Shut-Ins,” this video resource includes an abbreviated Liturgy of the Word with a full sermon for each Sunday in the Church Year.

Lutheran Hour Ministries Daily Devotions

Brief audio devotions (~3 minutes) for each day.

Daily Mustard Seed Devotions

Brief written devotions for each day from the Lutheran Women's Missionary League.

Higher Things Daily Reflections

Brief devotions in both written and audio format for each day.

Be Still and Know

A page on the Concordia Publishing House Website that includes links to resources you can use at home for continued study and devotional readings at home. This includes a free download of Sunday School materials to use with your children.

KFUO Radio

The oldest continuously run religious radio station in the nation, Worldwide KFUO is owned and operated by our Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod. They provide various religious programs throughout the week and feature St. Louis Area congregations in their worship services and Bible studies on Sunday morning. Some may be able to listen on their home radio (AM 850), but if the signal is too weak, click on the title above to visit their website to stream it live.


Resources for Children's Learning


Wittenberg Academy

This is an online Lutheran school that provides classes for grammar school through high school. Financial assistance through Holy Cross’s Pre-College Scholarship Fund may be available to help offset the cost of classes. Please contact the office for more information.

Be Still and Know

A page on the Concordia Publishing House Website that includes links to resources you can use at home for continued study and devotional readings at home. Listed above for its devotional resources, we also include it here because it includes Sunday School materials for children.

Khan Academy

This is not a religious link, but a resource to help families continuing their child’s education at home. While there are some elements we don’t particularly endorse (the directed meditation, Eastern religions retooled as exercise programs, and really any “spiritual” exercises that do not find their source or their focus in Christ), Khan Academy is a highly respected education resource and the “iffy” parts are no worse (and quite a bit better, actually) than what we find in many/most public schools. This document provides a regimen and resources for students to follow each day.