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Hispanic Ministry

Engaging Hispanic and Latino communities

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Hispanic Ministry encourages and upholds the work of pastors, deaconesses and laypeople around the country who are engaged in outreach among the Latino population.

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Spanish Hymnal

New Spanish hymnal available

A limited supply of Himnario Luterano — the new Spanish hymnal — is in stock. A special discounted price is available for LCMS congregations and individuals in the U.S., subject to availability. Place your order now for the 2nd printing.

Learn more about the included hymns, services and more.

Spanish resources

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod offers a collection of Spanish documents, articles, Bible studies and links from our ministry partners.

Resources & Services

Spanish Hymnal Resources

The Spanish Hymnal Committee is using WhatsApp to share weekly Propers for Sunday in Spanish.

A website compiling these and other resources from the Spanish Lutheran Hymnal is under construction.

Biblia de la Reforma

The Bible of the Reformation is available from Concordia Publishing House. This comprehensive resource celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with commentaries from Martin Luther, and it includes writings from more than 130 contemporary theologians.

‘Every One His Witness’

The Every One His Witness core module kit is now available in Spanish at no cost, courtesy of LCMS Witness & Outreach Ministry. Email us to request copies of the Spanish materials.

While participants using the Spanish core module materials will gain access to this website, the website and context modules uploaded to this site are currently only available in English.

Center for Hispanic Studies

The Center for Hispanic Studies serves congregations, church and the world on behalf of the LCMS as its premier resource for the promotion and implementation of theological formation from and for U.S. Hispanic/Latino communities.

Specific Ministry Pastor Program

The Specific Ministry Pastor (SMP) Program exists to train pastoral leaders for specific, limited ministry and mission contexts. In particular, it is a means to provide ordained men to serve in ministry situations for which a residentially trained pastor cannot be supported.

Lutheran Heritage Foundation

Lutheran Heritage Foundation offers free Spanish resources for use in your home, church, outreach activities, and mission trips including Bibles, Catechisms, children’s books, devotional tracts, and other resources. Visit www.LHFmissions.org and view the Publications page to search for Spanish resources.

Disaster Response Resources

This is a collection of Bible studies, devotions and training manuals for congregations and individuals.

Spanish-language Ministry Resources

View a collection of Bible studies, articles and links.

Life Ministry

Papers, articles and information on life issues.

Kids in the Divine Service

Is a series of bulletin inserts featuring seasons of the church year — Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter and Pentecost. The series also features the liturgy, sanctuary and general information about the Divine Service.

Editorial Concordia

The Spanish division of Concordia Publishing House offers many quality resources for your congregational ministries.

Lutheran Hour Ministries

Lutheran Hour Ministries offers several Spanish resources, including Bible studies with DVDs, children’s books and free PDFs on issues impacting Christians in society.

New daily devotions in Spanish

The VDMA Project’s daily devotion, La Palabra del Señor Permanece para Siempre (The Word of the Lord Endures Forever), is now available to download for free.





Rev. Dr. Mark Wood
Interim Managing Director
Church Planting, Renewal, and Support

Rev. Dr. Mark Wood



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The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Hispanic Ministry encourages and upholds the work of pastors, deaconesses and laypeople around the country who are engaged in outreach among the Latino population.

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The LCMS Office of National Mission works within the borders of the United States to support the programs and resources available to congregations, districts, schools, Recognized Service Organizations and other Lutheran organizations.

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Several LCMS congregations host regular Spanish-speaking worship services, Bible studies and Sunday School classes.

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