King Of Glory Lutheran Church
MEET PASTOR MAAS
Pastor Maas was born in Saginaw, Michigan. There he became a true blue University of Michigan fan. He also still roots for the Detroit teams. When he was in the sixth grade his family moved to Greenacres, Florida a city surrounded by West Palm Beach. Pastor attended John I. Leonard High School, graduating from there in 1977. He then attended Concordia College, Ann Arbor, Michigan. While at Concordia, he met his lovely wife Cheri and they were married shortly after graduation. Pastor graduated from Concordia with a double major in communication and religion. Shortly after graduation he attended Concordia Theological Seminary in Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
Pastor spent his vicarage year at Zion Lutheran Church in Laramie, Wyoming under the tutelage of Rev. Robert Schaibley. He graduated in 1987 receiving his Master of Divinity degree with an emphasis in Exegetical studies.
After graduating from Concordia Theological Seminary in 1987 Pastor Maas received his first call to St. John’s Lutheran Church in Wilcox, Nebraska. He served there just shy of ten years, during which time he helped them build a parish hall, start a pre-school and helped the community begin a meals on wheels and senior housing project. In 1997 Pastor Maas received a call to King of Glory Lutheran Church, Cheyenne, Wyoming. He currently serves this church. While at King of Glory, pastor has aided the congregation in the building of a parish hall, the hiring of Kantor Steven Hoffman and the installation of a pipe organ. Pastor Maas also serves as the High Plains circuit visitor for the Wyoming District and has on their behalf attended Synodical Conventions and Convocations. He is at present enrolled in the Doxology program an intensive pastoral development program. Pastor Maas continues to grow in his profession and serving of the Lord Jesus Christ and His people. Come and meet him.