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Summer Schedule for July and August: 8:30 Adult Bible Study and 9:30 Divine Service

*Normal Sunday Divine Services with Holy Communion at 8am and 11am

Sunday School and Bible study for all ages at 9:30am

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Summer Worship Schedule for July and August

Summer Worship Schedule Reminder Every summer, the students from area schools head home and families vacation out of town. First Lutheran uses the slower pace in the city as an opportunity to join our two services together and shine as a single family in Christ. For July and August, Sunday worship will include Bible study at 8:30 AM and continue [...]

Readings for 7/22-7/28/19

The readings for the sixth Sunday after Trinity are pretty harsh reading. First, the Law given to Moses on Mt. Sinai, with its you shall and you shall not, with no softness or exceptions. And in the gospel, Jesus declares that we must be more righteous even than the Pharisees, or we will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven. Where do we […]

Readings for 7/15-7/21/19

Our coming Sunday’s readings are all about following God’s call without looking back. Elisha doesn’t follow Elijah immediately – he wants to say goodbye to his family. But it’s not an excuse (like in Luke 9) – he doesn’t just kiss them goodbye; he sacrifices the farm animals and burns the tools of his old life as an offering to […]

Sermon: Fourth Sunday after Trinity, 7/14/19

[Picture: The Blind Leading the Blind, by Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1568)] Pastor Hopkins preached this sermon on the Fourth Sunday After Trinity, 7/14/2019. The text for the sermon was the day’s gospel lesson. To read the Bible texts for the Fourth Sunday After Trinity, click here. A disciple is not above his teacher, but everyone when he is fully […]

Lutheran Essentials July 17th, 2019

  Lutheran Essentials meets in the undercroft of the church on Wednesdays at 7pm.  You can reach the undercroft by going around to the back parking lot of the church and descending the staircase to the kitchen.  Knock on the door if it is closed and some one will let you in.  You can also join us remotely via our […]

A North German Organ Vespers

The liturgical calendar gives the Church ample opportunity to celebrate salvation history throughout the yearly cycle of feasts and seasons. In addition to the weekly Sunday feasts, we rejoice in the so-called "non-movable" feasts of the saints, which are observed on whatever day of the week they happen to fall. Such is the case with the feast of Mary, Mother [...]

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