Lamb of God Lutheran Church and Preschool Humble Texas Atascosita Texas Kingwood Texas The Groves Texas Woodland Hills Texas


Lamb of God church exists to honor Jesus by being spiritually prepared in word and deed, connecting with others through fellowship, and committing to help build a revitalized and hopeful future.

Lamb of God will become a Great Commandment (Matthew 22:36-40)

and a Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) congregation.


As a Lutheran congregation, Lamb of God is grace centered and Bible based. We believe Jesus, the Lord of Life and Savior of the World, is the hope of humanity. We trust that a person is saved by grace through faith in our Lord Jesus. We believe that there is one God, but in three distinct Persons – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (the Trinity). We administer the Sacraments, Baptism and Holy Communion, as gifts from our Lord to the Church. We acknowledge that the Bible has two main purposes – to be close to Jesus and guide us in daily faith based living. We subscribe to the historic Lutheran Confessions. For more information about the Lutheran Church, go to The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.

Lamb of God History

Pastor John and Lori Miller arrived in Humble, Texas, in the Fall of 1976 with the goal of starting a new Lutheran congregation in the greater Northeast area out from Houston. God was good! On February 18, 1977, 23 people met to begin the organization process. Charter Sunday was April 24, 1977, and the congregation never looked back.

From humble beginnings (pun intended), the congregation grew by God’s grace over the ensuing years. Building after building was added to accommodate the growth. An early childhood ministry grew and flourished. The congregation was highly active in the community. Suddenly, Pastor Miller was called to his heavenly home. What would the congregation do? Once again God provided pastors and people to carry the congregation forward.

Lamb of God’s history is filled with stories of God’s grace and love in Jesus impacting people’s lives in wondrously positive ways. It is a history of sacrifice as well as blessing, of hardship as well as goodness, and of reversal as well as renewed hope. People have come and gone, leaders have come and gone, but one truth has never changed and that is the timeless message of hope in Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord.