We are Christians – Evangelicals of the Augsburg Confession (Lutherans), we acknowledge Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior and as the Head of the universal Christian Church, and we align ourselves with the Church Reformation of Dr. Martin Luther of the 16th century, with a special emphasis on the Bible – the Holy Scriptures – as the authoritative Word of God, God’s grace making salvation possible and offering it to people freely, and the necessity of a personal faith in Jesus for salvation. Our confessions have been collected in the Book of Concord, presenting the Lutheran exposition of the basic biblical doctrines.

We are a member congregation of the Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in the Czech Republic and we are part of the confessing Lutheran congregations’ family including congregations of Lutheran churches in the US, Germany, Scandinavia and in many other parts of the world.

We would like to be a community offering a spiritual home to both Christians and those who are still searching for answers to questions relating to God and their personal relationship with him.

History of the congregation
The congregation (with Czech as its liturgical language) has been established in 2005 as a mission effort of the American pastor James Krikava and it has soon developed into a full-fledged congregation. Currently, the congregation has about 95 members, including children.

The regular worship service in the Czech language:
Sundays, 5 pm, at the St. Michael’s Church in the V Jirchářích Street in Prague