Evangelical - Lutheran Church in Russia, Ukraine, Kasachstan and Central Asia.
Lutheran Congregations of Russian Far East
Vladivostok - Ussurijsk - Arsenjev - Khabarovsk
Komsomolsk-na-Amure - Blagoveshensk - Tchita - Magadan
  Winter Seminar - “In Peace....”
  Error and Danger
  Christians from China (100km) have their Divine Service in St Paul’s Vladivstok
  Autobiography of B. Buerkle
  22nd Annual German Cultural Days for Vladivostok - programm
  22nd Annual Cultural Days in Vladivostok
  The tension and the joy of partnership
  Programm of the 25th seminar of the Lutheran Church in the Far East
  Additional Letter to Dr William Yoder
  Post Box data
  Post Box data
  Sermon for Reformation Sunday, October 31, 2018
  Sermon for the 18th Sunday after Trinity, September 28, 2013
  Sermon for the 17th Sunday After Trinity
  Sermon for the 16th Sunday after Trinity, September 15, 2013
  Sermon for the 14th Sunday after Trinity, September 1, 2013
  Sermon for the 12th Sunday after Trinity, August 18, 2013
  Sermon for the Fourth Sunday after Trinity, June 23, 2013
  Sermon for Quasimodogeniti Sunday, April 7, 2013
  Sermon for Oculi Sunday, March 3, 2013
  Sermon for Sexagesima Sunday, February 3, 2013

Easter Message

Christ says ,”I am the Living One; I was dead, and behold I
am alive for ever and ever! And I hold the keys of death
and Hades.”
( Revelation 1,18).

These words are the theme for our church this year at Eastertide. They have been the theme several times before. They will be our theme eternally.

We human beings killed Jesus Christ. This is our work, still today.

But Christ is alive for ever and ever. That is God’s work, still today.

Anyone with a Christian faith who looks at our current world and society will understand this, still today.

And then we still need to deal with death and hell. They exist, still today.

If one is paying attention to life in this world and to one’s own life, one will understand this too, still today.

BUT Jesus Christ has closed the door to death and hell for those who believe in him!


I wish all of you a happy Easter!

Your Dean Manfred Brockmann