Preston Meadow Lutheran Church

An ELCA church in North Dallas, doing Christ's work in God's World. Plano, TX
Preston Meadow Lutheran Church

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6801 Coit Rd
Plano, TX 75024

(972) 618-2233


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Who We Are

Planted in 1985, Preston Meadow Lutheran Church of Plano, TX, has grown to become one of the largest ELCA churches in Texas. With a focus on welcoming everyone who comes through our doors and being a blessing to our community through outreach, Preston Meadow Lutheran strives to do God's work with our hands. We invite you to join us any Sunday and see how God wants to include you and your family in his great mission to love, redeem, and bless our world.

About Us

Traditional Liturgy, Friendly, Multigenerational, Young families, Lots of kids

Community Service, Faith and Work, Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Choir, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education, Daycare

Traditional Hymns, Organ, Contemporary

Lutheran (ELCA)





Our Services

What are services like?
We have a 'historic blend' feel to our worship services. We follow a Lutheran liturgy and Scripture schedule. Our music is supported by our various music ministry groups which include a 35+ member adult choir open to any who want to sing, a small orchestra of all PMLC members, bell choirs, children's choirs, and a small praise band for our more contemporary song days. We love music in many styles and are thankful for the many talents of our members to lead us in our worship! The preachers lift up Law and Gospel and strive to make their sermons relate to life and helping us navigate the realities of 21st century living. Holy communion is offered at every worship service, and the invitation is open to all who want to join us for Jesus' feast! You don't have to be a member or even a Lutheran to come to the table.

What is the community like?
In Plano, most everyone is from somewhere else. Because of the numerous company headquarters located here, many of us relocated and have family in other states and cities. Because of that, we value relationships and finding others who will support us in our everyday living. We're friendly, welcoming, and caring. There's lots of young kids who are involved in our Sunday School ministries. Youth routinely help those in need, especially with their summer mission trips. Adults are involved in Sunday morning faith education and opportunities to meet throughout the week in small group bible studies or choir/music rehearsals. Our "Older, Wiser, Lutheran Seniors" host monthly events and volunteer around the church and community. We're a generous community, giving away over 10% of what we receive to our national church and local community organizations. We support partners in Haiti trying to make life better there for children, and we support the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Sierra Leone.

What if I'm not a Christian?
We hope that you will find a warm welcome from a bunch of people who care about you. We hope that you will find a place where it is safe to wrestle with your doubt and your questions. No one will pass judgment on you here. We don't believe that being Christian means that 'we have it all figured out.' We also hope that you'll find people who are willing to help you find your faith and discover the God who has already found you in the cross and resurrection of Jesus. Our pastors, ministry staff, and any number of other church leaders are ready to help you in your journey and discovery of God's grace.

Leadership View all

Paul Mussachio

Paul Mussachio

Pastor Paul grew up in Wichita Falls, TX, and graduated from Midwestern State University in 2000. He received a degree in English which served him well when he started his Divinity studies at Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Columbus, OH, that same year. In 2005, Pastor Paul was called as our Associate Pastor, and in February 2011, he accepted the call to become our Lead Pastor. He has a passion for sharing God's Word in worship, making Christ known in outreach to our community, and connecting with others to discover the richness of God's community. He loves all kinds of music -- especially jazz, alternative rock, and blues. He married his wife, Susan, in 2004. They are the proud parents of Caleb (toddler) and Joshua (infant). A Bible verse that keeps him centered in life is: "With God, all things are possible" (Matthew 19:26). We apologize, in advance, for his repeated references to the Texas Longhorns.

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