The Martin Luther Chapel has brought the message of Jesus Christ to the Middle
Keys for 57 years. “A little church can’t hurt,” is our motto.
Our doors are open to all. While we are a small church, we have open arms and
willing hands. We are an active congregation and welcome everyone to comeand
feel the joy of being in the Lord’s house and the fellowship of others.
To grow in the word, our Pastor Crabtree has set before us the study of “The
Story.” The Story is a non-denominational telling of the greatest love story of all
time and for all time. It is a condensed narrative of the Bible as one continuing story
of God and His people. The public is invited to participate in small group study of
“The Story.” Contact the church at 305-289-0700 or email mlckey@bellsouth.net
for information. There will be various times set up and new groups can be formed.
It is a 31-week study, however, feel free to come as much as you can.
Martin Luther Chapel is a member of the Missouri Synod. We believe, teach and
confess that: There is only one means of salvation —– faith in Jesus Christ, the Son
of God. We celebrate The Sacrament of the Altar as it provides us with the true body and blood of Christ, present in and with the bread and wine, and The Sacrament of Baptism makes us children of God, brings forgiveness of sins and strengthens our faith as was commanded by Jesus and practiced by the historic Church. Our mission statement is “To Bring the Good News about Jesus Christ to the Middle Keys through the preaching of the Gospel, Christian Education and
Community Service.

Martin Luther Chapel

Est. 1956
325 122nd St., Marathon | 305-289-0700
(gulfside at MM 53.5, behind Napa Auto Parts)

Worship service:
Worship Services are at 9:30 a.m. through November and 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. December through May. Holiday services to be announced. Bible studies: Sunday School at 10 a.m. with fellowship, coffee and snack on Sunday after rst service. Monday is Women’s Bible study at 1:30 p.m.; Tuesday Bible study is at 7:30 p.m.; Choir in season Wednesday at 7 p.m.; Friday Men’s Class is at 7 a.m.

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