Rev. Larry Knobloch

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Larry Neil Knobloch, son of Mr. Charles Knobloch and Mrs. Annette Foerster, was born on December 29 in Austin, Texas. He was educated in Elgin, Houston and Giddings Texas schools and graduated from Giddings High School in May 1985. After graduation, he enlisted into the United States Air Force as a Security Policeman (LE) and served his tour of duty at Dyess AFB in Abilene, Texas until August 1989. Following his Air Force duty, he held several jobs in management and sales in the Giddings area
He was married to Cynthia (Cyndi) Fritsche on June 20, 1987 and through the years they have been blessed with four children: Nena (22), Kelsey (19), Emmie (15), and Joshua (9).
While living in Giddings, he attended Immanuel Lutheran Church and served as Sunday School teacher, Bible Class leader and Elder of the church. In March 1997, he heard the Call into the ministry and began satisfying his pre-seminary classes at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas. He attended night classes for two years before making the move to continue his education at Concordia University Wisconsin–Mequon at their satellite campus at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
He graduated Cum Laude of CUW in May 2001 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts and began summer Greek class at Concordia Theological Seminary the following month. On April 27, 2004 he received the assignment to serve as the Deferred Vicar of Grace Lutheran Church, Crockett, Texas.   He completed graduation requirements for his Masters of Divinity Degree from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana and was Called and Ordained into the Holy Ministry at Grace Lutheran Church of Crockett on April 10, 2005.

Pastor Knobloch served at Grace – Crockett until August 31, 2008 whereupon he left Crockett to accept the Divine Call issued by St Peter Lutheran Church of Bowie and has been serving here since September 7, 2008.


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  March 2020  
This Week's Events


Eyes on Jesus Lenten Services
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
O come, let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is seated at the right hand of the throne of God. (Gradual for Lent, based on Hebrews 12:2)
When the characters in the Passion narrative look at Jesus, what do they see? In most cases, people misunderstood who He is and what He was doing. In some cases, by faith, people recognized Him aright. Our Lenten series this year, based on the Gospel according to St. Mark, will examine how the various people around Jesus viewed Him—and how we should view Him. We will “fix our eyes” on what Jesus has done to save us from our sins by His holy, precious blood and innocent sufferings and death, and celebrate what God sees on account of His work: our justification for His sake.


Elder's Meeting
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM


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