SUNDAY WORSHIP SCHEDULE

DIVINE SERVICE

8:00am & 11:00am

BIBLE STUDY/SUNDAY SCHOOL/CONFIRMATION CLASS

9:30am

Contact the church office by calling 617-536-8851 or by email to admin@flc-boston.org for additional details or questions regarding worship.

Happenings at FLC

Readings for 1/30-2/5/23

After the Feast of Transfiguration, the epiphany season gives way to the pre-Lent season of Gesimatide. During Gesimatide we focus on one of the three solas each week (grace alone, Scripture alone, faith alone). This week, our focus is on Grace alone, and the gospel is the parable of the landowner who pays all his laborers the same wages, no matter how long [...]

Divine Service: Transfiguration of Our Lord 1/29/23

Pastor James Hopkins will preach this sermon for the Transfiguration of Our Lord, 1/29/2023. The bulletin is available as a PDF: Transfiguration Bulletin The text for the sermon was the day’s gospel lesson. To read the Bible texts for the Transfiguration of Our Lord, click here.  Jesus was transfigured before them. He shined brighter than the Sun before their eyes. He shined so […]

Readings for 1/23-1/29/23

As we prepare to celebrate the feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord this Sunday, our readings are full of God’s glory. Just speaking with God made Moses’ face shine with a faint reflection of God’s glory – and even that was enough to make the Israelites afraid to come near him. On the mountaintop with His disciples, Jesus’ glory [...]

Divine Service: Third Sunday after Epiphany 1/22/23

Pastor James Hopkins will preach for the Third Sunday after Epiphany, 1/22/2023. The bulletin is available as a PDF: Epiphany3 Bulletin The text for the sermon was the day’s gospel lesson. To read the Bible texts for the Third Sunday after Epiphany, click here.    First Lutheran Church Sermon Archive

Readings for 1/16-1/22/23

If there’s such a thing as an understated miracle, this week’s readings are full of them. Elisha’s instructions to Naaman on how to be cleansed of leprosy are so simple that he takes offense, and only the humble wisdom of his servants saves him from losing God’s gift of healing by his stubbornness. Jesus simply touches the leper who comes [...]

Divine Service: Second Sunday after Epiphany 1/15/23

Pastor James Hopkins preached this sermon for the Second Sunday after Epiphany, 1/15/2023. The bulletin is available as a PDF: Epiphany2 Bulletin The text for the sermon was the day’s gospel lesson. To read the Bible texts for the Second Sunday after Epiphany, click here.  One of Michelangelo’s greatest and most recognizable paintings is entitled: “The Creation of Man.” In it, Michelangelo depicts […]

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