About “Restored in Christ”: a series of services for Lent The season of Lent is a time for us to face together the brokenness of our world and our lives, and then turn it over to Christ so that we can be restored by him through the cross. Written by Concordia Seminary professor Joel Biermann, […]
You make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy; at your right hand are pleasures forevermore. (Psalm 16:11) Dear friends, Recently I was asked if I could share with everybody again some notes I made a few years ago regarding the services and hymns we use […]
Dear friends, Some churches have these sayings for New Year’s on their sidewalk signs: Changing calendar…Unchanging God! God can make all things new—even you. Jesus adds life to your years, and years to your life. New Year, same God. New Year promises? God never breaks his. These are just a small sample […]
The Bright Star of Bethlehem See the birthplace of Christ starting Sunday, December 1st as we learn more about the little town where Jesus was born, and what He, who is the Bright Star of Bethlehem and the whole world has done for us, and continues to do in our lives today. Here’s a preview […]
Our church celebrates its 135th anniversary this month! Thursday evening, October 24th at 7 pm, we’ll give thanks and praise to God and celebrate our church’s 135th anniversary at an evening worship service—I encourage you to attend. We have lots to be thankful for, namely the fact that God has raised leaders in this […]
Dear friends, We are now in the season of Easter, or “Eastertide” or “Paschal Time” as it’s also known in the Church. You’ll notice the white paraments will be displayed in the sanctuary until Pentecost Sunday, May 19th. The color white symbolizes perfection found in Jesus, and is meant to prompt in us a sense […]
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