Aurora | Colorado | 80011 | Lutheran

1450 AIRPORT BOULEVARD, Aurora, Colorado 80011
1450 AIRPORT BOULEVARD Aurora Colorado 80011 US
17001 EAST 14TH AVENUE, Aurora, Colorado 80011 0.06 mi
1000 AIRPORT BOULEVARD, Aurora, Colorado 80011 0.47 mi
1350 Laredo St, AURORA, Colorado 80011 0.53 mi
1181 Laredo St., Aurora, Colorado 80011 0.59 mi
538 Olathe St., Aurora, Colorado 80011 1.04 mi
We believe in serving: Bi-monthly we volunteer at the Food Bank Of The Rockies & The Denver R...
1072 Chambers Road, Aurora, Colorado 80011 1.15 mi
Bible Study 6pm Saturday Worship 7:30 pm Saturday. Non traditional Biker focused. You don’...
1294 FRASER STREET, Aurora, Colorado 80011 1.15 mi
15150 MONTVIEW BOULEVARD, Aurora, Colorado 80011 1.27 mi
14895 Montview Blvd, Aurora, Colorado 80011 1.39 mi
14701 E 21st Ave, Aurora, Colorado 80011 1.52 mi
12963 EAST 6TH PLACE, Aurora, Colorado 80011 1.69 mi
14007 EAST 22ND PLACE, Aurora, Colorado 80011 1.99 mi
14211 E. 4TH AVE., SUITE 223, AURORA, Colorado 80011 2.03 mi
3600 Helena St, AURORA, Colorado 80011 2.08 mi
13670 East 13th. Place, AURORA, Colorado 80011 2.15 mi
PO Box 1536, Broomfield, Colorado 80038 2.28 mi
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BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH is located at 1450 AIRPORT BOULEVARD in the city of Aurora. Aurora is located in the beautiful state of Colorado. According to our database, there are approximately 164 churches in Aurora, with 5 Catholic churches, 24 Baptist churches, 4 Pentecostal churches, 5 Methodist churches, and 126 other denomination churches. If you are looking for a new church or just visiting Aurora, please browse through our church directory to find a church that meets your needs.

Lutheran churches have grown from the teachings of Martin Luther, whose efforts were to reform the practices and theology of the Roman Catholic church. Lutherans confess the faith of the apostolic Christian Church as it is taught in the three EcumenicalCreeds, Nicene, Apostles’, and Athanasian. Namely, that there is only one true God, and yet in this one God there are three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The key doctrine, or material principle, of the Lutheran church is the doctrine of justification. Lutherans believe that humans are saved from their sins by God's grace alone, through faith alone. If you are looking for a Lutheran church near you, please browse our church directory.