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Faith & Purpose

We members of Messiah remain dedicated to a mission that envisions bringing even more people into God’s kingdom.

As people who are serious about such a mission we are blessed with a beautiful and timeless sanctuary where God’s people will be able to see and feel God’s presence as well as additional facilities to aid in our Christian fellowship. If you are looking for a place you can truly call home, please join us at any of our services or give us a call. Come meet Messiah Lutheran Church and in his people and through his Word we pray that you will see your Messiah, Jesus Christ.

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Latest News & Happenings at Messiah

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Vacation Bible School – June 24-28

Volunteer Registration is CLOSED.   Participant Registration is CLOSED.   Donation Wish List!
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Summer Camps 2019

We are excited to once again offer a series of Summer camps for Messiah’s littlest friends. Summer camps at Messiah are a great way for kids to burn off that summer energy and to make friendships that will last a lifetime. We aim to build knowledge and skills while sharing the love of Christ with...
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New Member Class

ARE YOU CONSIDERING JOINING MESSIAH?   Pastor Kollmann offers a New member class that meets for 4 weeks and is offered periodically throughout the year.  If you are interested in attending, please contact the Church Office, 972-398-7500. Notify us of any baby-sitting needs. If you want to transfer from another Lutheran church, please talk to […]
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Take A Tour

Take a tour of our main sanctuary. Built in 2003, our campus includes a two-story educational complex, a beautiful chapel for small events, a large sanctuary for services and big events, a gymnasium, and a fellowship hall where dinners, pageants, and performances are held.

Take A Tour

Take a tour of our main sanctuary. Built in 2003, our campus includes a two-story educational complex, a beautiful chapel for small events, a large sanctuary for services and big events, a gymnasium, and a fellowship hall where dinners, pageants, and performances are held.

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Lambs Early Childhood School

Messiah Lutheran Lambs is a non-profit, Lutheran Early Childhood School that was founded in 1961. We follow a modified Richardson/Plano school district calendar which includes a school year that runs from August through May. In November 2003 we moved from our location in Richardson to a brand new building in Plano – we would love to have you stop by for a visit!

The 2018-2019 school year started Wednesday, August 15, 2018, and runs through Friday, May 24, 2019. Click here to see the 2018-2019 school year calendar.

Registration starts in February each year for the following school year and continues until classes are full. Call the office if you have questions or would like to set up a tour.

Tours are given Monday – Friday between 10am and 1:30pm. Upon arrival at our facility please ring the bell (far right keypad) and we can buzz you in.

Kindergarten Prep
4 years old
Monday – Friday 9am – 2pm

Preschool
3 or 4 years old
Days Vary, 9am – Noon

Parents Day Out
6 weeks – 35 months
Choose 1 to 5 days, Monday – Friday, 9am – 2pm

Messiah’s Early Childhood program is under the auspices of the Board of Directors of Messiah Lutheran Lambs Early Childhood, Inc. Qualified teachers are carefully selected on the basis of education, experience, understanding, and the love of children.

We depend upon our fundraising efforts to help improve our school. For example in 2005 we raised enough money to purchase a canopy for our large playground. We have a number of opportunities for family and friends of our program to help us raise money.

Teachers write short descriptions of things to come for their classes. Explore the links below to learn a little more about what the Lambs have been doing!