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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: October 17, 2017 October 23: Commitment Sunday 8:30 & 11 am – Word & Eucharist liturgy 9:45 am – Faith Formation for all ages Preparing for Sunday worship… Psalm 96:1-13 Sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing to the Lord, bless the name of the Lord; proclaim God’s salvation from day to day. Declare God’s glory among the ...
  • Weekly Update: October 3, 2017 Preparing for Sunday worship… Isaiah 5:7 For the vineyard of the Lord of hosts is the house of Israel, and the people of Judah are his pleasant planting; he expected justice, but saw bloodshed; righteousness, but heard a cry! Matthew 21:42 Jesus said to them, “Have you never read in the scriptures: ‘The stone that the builders rejected has become the cornerstone; this was the Lord’s doing, and it is ...
  • Weekly Update: September 26, 2017 October 1: 8:30 – Word & Eucharist liturgy – in the sanctuary 9:45 am – Faith Formation for all ages 11:00 am – Word & Eucharist liturgy – in Hemphill Park Worship in the Park: St. Francis Blessing of Animals & Prayer for Creation Sunday, October 1 at 11:00 am Everyone is invited to bring their leashed or caged pets ...
  • Weekly Update: September 19, 2017 September 24: 8:30 & 11:00 am – Word & Eucharist liturgy 9:45 am – Faith Formation for all ages Preparing for Sunday worship… Jonah 3:10-4:2 When God saw what did, how they turned from their evil ways, God changed his mind about the calamity that he had said he would bring upon them; and he ...
  • Weekly Update: September 12, 2017 Two Sunday morning worship services September 17: 8:30 & 11:00 am – Word & Eucharist liturgy 9:45 am – Faith Formation for all ages Preparing for Sunday worship… Genesis 50:15-21 Realizing that their father was dead, Joseph’s brothers said, “What if Joseph still bears a grudge against us and pays us back in full for all the wrong that we ...
  • 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 ...