We are a congregation that began in 1930 by several former members of the LDS who being disenchanted with the Mormon religion became Lutheran and under the auspices of St Johns Lutheran Church in downtown Salt Lake City began to meet. You can find us on YouTube.
We would describe our church in the following way.
A Biblical Church. As evangelical catholics, Christ Lutheran teaches that the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the divinely inspired and authoritative Word of God.
A Confessional Church. We believe, teach and confess the theology of our historic confessions found in the first Christian confession of faith, the 1530 Augsburg Confession and the Book of Concord. This 500-year-old confession has stood the test of time because it is a faithful expression of the unerring teaching of the Holy Bible and the creeds of the Church.
A Sacramental Church. Confident that God’s Word bestows exactly what it says (the King speaks and it is done!), Christ Lutheran stands in continuity with the teaching of the Apostles and the ancient Church extolling the benefits of Holy Baptism, Holy Absolution, and Holy Communion whenever we gather in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. With these gifts of Christ’s Word and Sacraments, we experience the real voice and real presence of God.
A Liturgical Church. The divine liturgy from the Lutheran Service Book is used at Christ because we follow the theology of worship that God has given His Church by which He saves, sanctifies and is known in the world. The divine liturgy is not only the means by which God speaks and does His saving and sanctifying, but also where He is present for His people.