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  • Welcome Welcome to First English Lutheran Church.  You’re invited to join a real community of faith and friendship that gathers for worship, relationship building, personal growth, and service to the community and the world. We’re Lutheran, so that means we believe in grace for everyone. The good news of Jesus Christ, who brings us the love and ...
  • Weekly Update: August 8, 2017 one Word & Eucharist liturgy Summer Sundays at 9:45 am Green Season Sometimes it is called “Time after Pentecost” or “Ordinary Time” because of the numbering (ordinals) of the Sundays. The primary color of the season is green, highlighting themes of growth in faith and discipleship, so the name “Green Season” is appropriate. It includes the distinct seasons ...
  • Weekly Update: August 1, 2017 one Word & Eucharist liturgy Summer Sundays at 9:45 am Green Season Sometimes it is called “Time after Pentecost” or “Ordinary Time” because of the numbering (ordinals) of the Sundays. The primary color of the season is green, highlighting themes of growth in faith and discipleship, so the name “Green Season” is appropriate. It includes the distinct seasons ...
  • Weekly Update: July 25, 2017 one Word & Eucharist liturgy Summer Sundays at 9:45 am Green Season Sometimes it is called “Time after Pentecost” or “Ordinary Time” because of the numbering (ordinals) of the Sundays. The primary color of the season is green, highlighting themes of growth in faith and discipleship, so the name “Green Season” is appropriate. It includes the distinct seasons ...
  • Weekly Update: July 11, 2017 one Word & Eucharist liturgy Summer Sundays at 9:45 am Green Season Sometimes it is called “Time after Pentecost” or “Ordinary Time” because of the numbering (ordinals) of the Sundays. The primary color of the season is green, highlighting themes of growth in faith and discipleship, so the name “Green Season” is appropriate. It includes the distinct seasons ...
  • Weekly Update: July 3, 2017 one Word & Eucharist liturgy Summer Sundays at 9:45 am Green Season We’ve begun the long time after Pentecost Day, the last day of the Easter season celebrating Christ’s resurrection and the sending of the Spirit. Sometimes it is called “Time after Pentecost” or “Ordinary Time” because of the numbering (ordinals) of the Sundays. The primary color of ...
  • Weekly Update: June 21, 2017 Preparing for Sunday, June 25 We’ve begun the long time after Pentecost Day, the last day of the Easter season celebrating Christ’s resurrection and the sending of the Spirit. Sometimes it is called “Time after Pentecost” or “Ordinary Time” because of the numbering (ordinals) of the Sundays. The primary color of the season is green, highlighting ...
  • Weekly Update: June 6, 2017 Preparing for Holy Trinity Sunday, June 11 with Healing Prayer “The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all.” Though the word trinity is not found in the scriptures, in the gospel Jesus sends disciples to baptize in the name of the Father, and the ...
  • Weekly Update: May 30, 2017 Preparing for Pentecost Sunday, June 4 Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your people, and kindle in us the fire of your love. Alleluia! This Sunday’s feast day derives its name from the Jewish festival of Pentecost, observed fifty days after Passover. On the fiftieth day of Easter we celebrate the Holy Spirit as the power ...
  • Weekly Update: May 5, 2017 Preparing for Sunday, May 28 – The Seventh Sunday of Easter Summer Sunday schedule begins: One worship service at 9:45 am The Season of Easter: 50 days! The fifty days are about looking for the risen Lord among us, hearing stories of rising from the big and small deaths, and days when we experience something of Christ’s triumphs. ...
  • Weekly Update: May 9, 2017 Preparing for Sunday, May 14 – The Fifth Sunday of Easter with Healing Prayer The Season of Easter: 50 days! Why is Eastertime fifty days? The ancient cultures that gave us the Bible had great respect for numbers. They believed that numbers contained hints about God and the meaning of life. The number seven was thought to contain ...