Reading | Pennsylvania | 19607 | Lutheran

1101 LANCASTER AVENUE, Reading, Pennsylvania 19607
1101 LANCASTER AVENUE Reading Pennsylvania 19607 US
4008 LANCASTER AVENUE, Reading, Pennsylvania 19607 0.21 mi
Directions: going Rt222 south, go 7 tenths of a mile past the Spring Water Goose on the right. F...
333 KENHORST BOULEVARD, Reading, Pennsylvania 19607 0.37 mi
333 Kenhorst Blvd, READING, Pennsylvania 19607 0.37 mi
510 Park Avenue, Reading, Pennsylvania 19611 0.67 mi
Calvary Baptist is a light in the Millmont Community, and we desire to connect people Jesus, buil...
501 SUMMIT AVENUE, Reading, Pennsylvania 19611 0.71 mi
501 Summit Avenue, READING, Pennsylvania 19611 0.71 mi
7TH AND PENN, Reading, Pennsylvania 19611 0.76 mi
1201 MUSEUM ROAD, Reading, Pennsylvania 19611 0.84 mi
The Villa Chapel features the traditional hymns. We are a conservative Evangelical group of beli...
HIGH BOULEVARD, Shillington, Pennsylvania 19607 0.84 mi
720 MUSEUM ROAD, Reading, Pennsylvania 19611 0.88 mi
720 Museum Road, READING, Pennsylvania 19611 0.88 mi
1730 NEW HOLLAND ROAD, Reading, Pennsylvania 19607 0.89 mi
1730 New Holland Rd, READING, Pennsylvania 19640 0.89 mi
99 SOUTH WAVERLY STREET, Shillington, Pennsylvania 19607 1.09 mi
840 PHILADELPHIA AVENUE, Reading, Pennsylvania 19607 1.16 mi
475 PHILADELPHIA AVENUE, Shillington, Pennsylvania 19607 1.27 mi
355 SOUTH 5TH STREET, Reading, Pennsylvania 19602 1.4 mi
449 South 6th Street, READING, Pennsylvania 19602 1.4 mi
30 Liberty Street, Shillington, Pennsylvania 19607 1.41 mi
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INCARNATION LUTHERAN CHURCH is located at 1101 LANCASTER AVENUE in the city of Reading. Reading is located in the beautiful state of Pennsylvania. According to our database, there are approximately 174 churches in Reading, with 17 Catholic churches, 10 Baptist churches, 2 Pentecostal churches, 7 Methodist churches, and 138 other denomination churches. If you are looking for a new church or just visiting Reading, 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.