Being God’s Hands February 14th to April 1st Many of us desire to spend more time in spiritual practice than we do, but often find it challenging to make space for it in our lives. In Lent, we are especially … Continue reading
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Annual Congregational and Parish Meetings Coming Soon! For our Parish, there is an additional season that happens within the time of the liturgical season of Epiphany and, this year because Easter is early, Lent. The two congregations and the Parish … Continue reading
“Your right hand, O Lord, glorious in power” (Exodus 15: 6) January 18th – 25th The theme for the 2018 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity comes to us from the Caribbean region: “Your right hand, O LORD, glorious in … Continue reading
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“But you, O Bethlehem” ~ by Fred Hiltz, Archbishop and Primate on December 20, 2017 At many Christmas Services, there is one carol that is sung by candlelight and most often it is “Silent Night! Holy Night!” But this year … Continue reading
Daily Advent Devotions from Lutherans Connect The following is how Lutherans Connect has described this year’s on-line Advent daily devotions: Many of us wish we could spend more time in spiritual practice than we do, but often find it challenging … Continue reading
Jordan Cantwell Reminds Us That God Is Always With Us Using a discovery found during the renovations at the United Church office, Moderator Jordan Cantwell offers insight for the Advent Season. In her Advent Message, she explains how “sometimes we … Continue reading
Rev. Dr. Martin Junge Receives 2017 Augsburg Peace Prize on October 20th ~ from The World Lutheran Federation Website, posted October 20, 2017 “Dialogue pays off, conflicts can be overcome” Rev. Dr. Martin Junge, General Secretary of The Lutheran World … Continue reading
It’s Not Too Late To Join! The Voices United Community Choir started warming up their voices October 4th as they begin the preparation for this year’s Cantata performances. A new cantata has been chosen: Pepper Choplin’s Go Sing It on the … Continue reading