A people living to bring the message and example of Jesus Christ to Greater Boston

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

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

*Summer Schedule for July and August: 8:30 Sunday School and 9:30 Divine Service

Happenings at FLC

Sermon: First Sunday After Trinity, 6/23/2019

[Picture: The Poor Lazarus at the Rich Man’s Door / Le pauvre Lazare à la porte du riche, by James Tissot (France)] Pastor Hopkins preached this sermon on the First Sunday After Trinity, 6/23/2019. The text for the sermon was the day’s gospel lesson. To read the Bible texts for the First Sunday After Trinity, click here. No further illustration is […]

Readings for 6/24-6/30/19

As we look forward to the second Sunday after Trinity, we hear the words of God’s wisdom personified. Wisdom begins with acknowledging that God is the Lord of all, but the world mocks rather than acknowledge him. God has prepared a feast that will give life to the dying, but many are too busy with their own concerns to accept […]

Lutheran Essentials June 26th, 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 livestream.  […]

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 6/17-6/23/19

Now that Trinity Sunday is past, we begin to travel through the part of the church year known as “regular time”. On this first Sunday after Trinity, we hear messages of faith, love, and mercy – but they are not as reassuring as we might want. Can we have the faith of Abraham, to believe God’s seemingly impossible promises? Can […]

Sermon: Feast of the Holy Trinity, 6/16/19

[Picture: Nicodemus Visiting Jesus By Night, by Henry Ossawa Tanner] Pastor James Hopkins preached the following sermon on Trinity Sunday. Click here for the Bible texts for the Feast of the Holy Trinity. On the Feast of the Holy Trinity, we, the Church confess that 1 + 1 +1 = 1. That kind of math won’t get you very far […]

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