About Us

King of Kings Lutheran Church & Open Arms Lutheran Child Development Center
306 E. Madison
Gardner, Kansas 66030-0364   Phone: 913-856-2500


About Us & Services

Eternal Life


Bible Studies

Music Ministry





Open Arms



New Space New Face New Grace.

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King of Kings
Pastor Dan Wehmeier
306 E. Madison
Gardner, KS 66030-0364

Phone: 913-856-2500
Fax: 913-856-4260
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Hours of Worship Services:
  8:00 AM. - Worship with Holy Communion
  9:20 AM - Bible Class and Sunday School
10:30 AM. - Worship with Holy Communion

  9:00 AM to Noon - Staffed Nursery

                                 Our vision at King of Kings is:                                                                                                         Bringing the light of Christ to our neighbor!

                                        King of Kings’ Mission Statement                                                                 We Are:

Created by the Father

Saved by the Son,

Sent by the Holy Spirit

To make known the love of Christ to our neighbor through:

Focused Outreach with His Message;

Dynamic Worship of God;

Fervent Prayer in His Name;

Vigorous Study of His Word;

Loving Care for One Another;

and Committed Support of His Work.

                                            What Lutherans Believe:
1. The entire Bible, which points to Jesus as the Savior, is the inspired and errorless Word of God. It is not people's ideas about God. It is God's message of love and hope for all people.

2. There is only one true God, who exists in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

3. God is the creator of everything that exists.

4. Adam and Eve, our first parents, were originally  created by God pure and holy. They lived according to God's will, doing what was pleasing to Him.

5. Adam and Eve, the man and woman God created in the beginning, went against God's will and brought sin into the world and all creation. Since that time, all people have been conceived and born in sin.

6. Sin is living out of relationship with God, not living according to God's will, and thus transgressing His holy will in thought, word and deed. We sin because we are sinful, we are not only sinful when we sin!

7. People cannot restore themselves by their good works or restore themselves to a right relationship with God.

8. God sent His Son, Jesus, into the world. He is both true God and true man. He lived to fulfill God's law for us, died on the cross to pay the penalty our sins deserved, and rose from the dead so that we might have eternal life. He ascended into heaven, where He now sits at the right hand of the Father to intercede for us.

9. Because of Jesus' death on the cross, God declares a person just or righteous and forgiven. This happens not because of human effort, but because the justification won by Jesus is applied to the one who believes, by the power of the Holy Spirit, in Jesus as Savior.

10. Faith in Jesus is a gift of God, given by the power of the Holy Spirit; thus all the glory belongs to God.

11. The means of grace are the Word, Holy Baptism and Holy Communion. By these means, the merits of Jesus' perfect life and atoning death are personally conveyed to all who believe in Jesus as their Savior.

12. Jesus will come again to take all believers to Himself. On the final day, all the dead will be raised. Those who are still alive will be bodily transformed. After this the final judgment will take place. Unbelievers will go into eternal damnation, and believers into eternal life.

13. The true Christian church is made up of all believers of all times who believe in the Triune God and in Jesus Christ as their only Savior and Lord.

14. God wants Christians to join with other believers in churches which correctly teach God's Word and administer Holy Baptism and Holy Communion according to the teaching of Scripture.

15. Christians are called to tell others that the only way of salvation is by faith in Jesus Christ, and to show their faith by their deeds of love toward others.