Don’t be late! Traditional Worship starts at 9:30 am, but if you are you can stay for our Contemporary Worship at 11:00 am.
Are you creative?
CALL FOR CREATIVES! For an upcoming story in Living Lutheran, we’re highlighting Lutheran creatives—artists, musicians, designers, crafters, writers, quilters, ...carpenters, etc. Know someone we should feature? By end of day March 5, tag them in the comments or email your suggestion to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Creatives.”
During Lent we will be singing the Holden Evening prayer every Wednesday night. Last night Dan Pershall led and it was moving.
Due to inclement weather the office is closed today. The Lenten service that was scheduled for this evening is canceled. Join us next Wednesday night. Have a blessed day.
The bishops of the Lutheran, Anglican and Episcopal churches in the U.S. and Canada have prepared Lenten devotions on the theme “Set Free by Truth.” Archbishop ...Fred Hiltz of The Anglican Church of Canada offers the reflection for the first week of Lent.
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Join us for a five-part series of meditations for Lent. The first meditation explores Martin Luther's "flood prayer":
Our contemporary service will feature cutting edge new music mixed with favorite well known contemporary songs and hymns led by a praise team accompanied by a jazz trio. A sermon. Offering, prayers and sending. Communion on the first and third Sundays. Grab a coffee, come in and worship!
Worship with us this morning!
Traditional at 9:30 am
Contemporary at 11:00 am
Sunday School opening at 9:30 am in Stolee Hall
Today we celebrate Epiphany! 🌟 Epiphany means “manifestation.” On this day we celebrate the revelation of Christ to all nations. Some Christian traditions celeb...rate three great epiphanies on this day: the magi’s adoration of the Christ child, Jesus’ baptism in the Jordan River, and his first miracle, in which he changes water into wine. The word and sacraments are for us the great epiphany of God’s grace and mercy. We go forth to witness to the light that shines brightly in our midst. (Sundays and Seasons)
Arise, shine; for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you. (Isaiah 60:1)