Martin Chemnitz at 500: The Second Martin’s Life, Work, and Legacy
An exhibit in commemoration of the 500th anniversary of Martin Chemnitz’s birth. Explore the life, work, and legacy of this crucial second-generation reformer in the Lutheran church. View Exhibit
The Mercy of Christ Freely Given: The First Twenty-Seven Years of Missouri Synod Mission Work in South India
This exhibit uses artifacts, maps, images, and biographical information to showcase the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod’s first foreign mission work. The exhibit will be open until February 26, 2021.
An Unchanging Message for a Changing World
Learn how the LCMS has worked to meet the challenges of proclaiming the Gospel in the 20th century and into the future through the use of new media, an expanding system of higher education, and outreach to all parts of society.
From Saint Louis to the World
See how since its founding near Saint Louis the church’s mission work has expanded domestically and internationally.
Growth of a Synod
Experience the growth of the LCMS in the 19th century as the young church organized under its first president, C. F. W. Walther, to reach immigrants with the Word of God.
Colonists and Missionaries to America
Trace the travels of the Saxon immigrants and missionaries to the United States who helped form the Synod in 1847.
Luther and the Reformation
Learn the origins of the Lutheran church in mid-16th-century Europe with exhibits illustrating the life of Martin Luther.
Jan Hus: Reformer, Confessor, Martyr
An exhibit to honor the life of early church reformer, Jan Hus (c. 1373-1415), as told through text, images and quotes. Also included in the exhibit are photographs of twelve Hus medals from CHI’s Reformation Coins and Medals collection. View Exhibit
Pressed into Service by the Word of God
This exhibit uses coins, medals and books to showcase the rich history of the Reformation. The exhibit will be open until November 9, 2018