Join Us for Worship this Sunday, September 25th at 11:00am

September 25, 2016                                                                                                                             Rev. Christian Zebley – Preaching                                                                                                   “The Great Divide”                                                                                                                               Luke 16:19-31

What can the story Jesus told about the rich man and Lazarus teach us about trusting God and sharing our resources in the world today?

Children`s Sunday School during worship every Sunday
Following the children`s sermon, kids through 5th grade are dismissed to rooms 203 and 205 for a nursery – kindergarten class and a 1st – 5th grade class.  The elementary school class has a lesson based on the Gospel reading each week.
Adult Sunday School begins this Sunday, September 25th at 9:30am! Join us for great fellowship and teaching!

Study opportunity led by Rev. Jim and Carol Sack in their home on the Lutheran College campus.

BLESSED TO BE A BLESSING ~ How to Have an Intentional Healing Ministry in Your Church by James K. Wagner

A study about the Sacramental Model of Healing Ministry, using the book by Methodist pastor James Wagner. Dr. Wagner helps us to see healing prayers as a natural outcome of the Church, inspired by the compassion of our Lord who wills goodness to each person in both general and specific ways. Any genuine ministry is concerned with encouraging and helping others, not on building up oneself or one’s group. It is centered in the Word of God.  We will continue this study over the next few months, reading the text out loud together and discussing as we go along. Feel free to join whether or not you have had any prior connections with the healing ministry. 

The Sack`s home is located across the Lutheran Campus from our sanctuary. Best coffee in town!! Come and enjoy!! 

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