'lutheran' Tagged Posts

'lutheran' Tagged Posts

Holy Week 2022

Palm Sunday, April 10 will be a joyous service as we recall the entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem.  As we remember the manner in which the city welcomed this Savior, we welcome Him into our church and our hearts with an anthem from the Adult Choir, “Lord of our Hearts He Will Be,” Stan Pethel. Maundy Thursday, April 14, 7:00 PM we’ll gather in the upper room to engage in the Last Supper of our Savior Jesus Christ and then…

Invite someone to Easter!

You are invited to “Come and See!” ONLY six times in the ENTIRE BIBLE will you encounter the invitation to “come and see?” The first three are in the Old Testament. They are an invitation to see the works and glory of the Lord. Come and see the works of the LORD, the desolations he has brought on the earth. Psalm 46:8 (NIV) Come and see what God has done, how awesome his works in man’s behalf! Psalm 66:5 (NIV)…

Working with European churches to help Ukraine

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The violence in Ukraine continues. Those in Ukraine and those fleeing to neighboring countries face great need. Our Office of International Mission — especially through our Eurasia region and the Rev. James Krikava, the Synod’s associate executive director of Eurasia and Asia Operations — is working with partner churches, missionaries and others in Europe to help care for those fleeing Ukraine. Krikava has been working with Bishop Serge Maschewski of the Evangelical Lutheran Church…

From the Lutheran Church in the Ukraine, Bishop Serge Maschewski

Ukraine – A meditation from Bishop Serge Maschewski Dear friends, I send some thoughts on Lent from Ukraine. The Word for the week Estomihi, 2022: Luke 18:31–43 “And taking the twelve, he said to them, ‘See, we are going up to Jerusalem, and everything that is written about the Son of Man by the prophets will be accomplished. For he will be delivered over to the Gentiles and will be mocked and shamefully treated and spit upon. And after flogging him,…
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