Families, friends, and neighbors of FLC are invited to join together for an Easter Egg Hunt on Palm Sunday, March 25th, during the Sunday School hour.
We exist to bring the message and example of Jesus Christ to Greater Boston and beyond.” Yes, this, our Mission Statement is ambitious, and yes, we admit we will never accomplish it perfectly. But thanks be to God for nevertheless entrusting us with the Keys of His Kingdom through His Holy Word in the Bible, and His precious Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper.
As Lutheran Christians we believe, teach and confess Christ Crucified, Risen, and Coming Again on the Last Day. We also heed His admonition to love our neighbors as ourselves. All this we do in an atmosphere of liturgical reverence, a high regard for His gift of music, and even a healthy sense of humor which acknowledges that we are saved by Grace not works!
Please consider your new or expanded participation in our exciting ministries located ‘deep’ downtown in the beautiful and accessible Back Bay area of America’s most walkable city! The volunteers and staff of First Lutheran stand ready to help you “let your light so shine before others that people will see your good works and give glory to your Father in Heaven”(Matthew 5:16)!
Thanks for reading this; and may God richly bless your day!
Yours for Christ and His Kingdom,
Ingo R. Dutzmann Senior Pastor
“I will send my beloved Son” A sermon preached by Pastor Ingo Dutzmann on March 17, 2013. The sermon text is Luke 20:13 Old Testamnet Reading Isaiah 43: 16-21 Epistle Reading: Philippians 3: 8-14 New Testament Reading: Luke 20: 9-20
Preached by Pastor Paul Lantz March 10th, 2013 First Reading Isaiah 12:1-6 Second Reading 2 Corinthians 5:16-21 Gospel Luke 15:1-3 11-32
Preached by Pastor Ingo Dutzmann March 3, 2013 Readings Old Testament: Ezekiel 33:7-20 Epistle: 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 Gospel: Luke 13:1-9
On Saturday, March 16, 2013 come celebrate the music of J.S. Bach on occasion of his 328th Birthday at First Lutheran Church. This year’s event is more diverse than ever with organ, instrumental and vocal music, a children’s program, a presentation and a German lunch. Concerts begin at 6:00AM and end at 6 p.m., all concerts beginning on the hour.
This charming, free and clever presentation has become a new tradition at First Lutheran Church where children and adults can learn about the pipe organ and it’s repertoire in a fun and accessible way. Peep the Piper is a multi-media demonstration of the organ developed by Swiss organist and composer Guy Bovet which has proven to be enjoyable for anyone who loves…
Come join us as we prepare for Easter with an Easter Egg Hunt! We’ll gather for music and celebration, then the Easter Bunny will lead us to the egg hunt. Prizes, treats, and indoor fun will follow. Extra prizes will be awarded to anyone wearing an Easter Bonnet; come early to join the Easter Bonnet…
Preached by Rev. Paul Lantz on January 20, 2013 “You Shall Be Called By a New Name” What would be a name you would use to describe or call the people of Massachusetts? If you’ve been to Logan Airport on the walkway from parking garage to Terminal A, you’ve probably heard the voice of Governor…