What are the Ten Commandments to you? Rules? Laws? Demands? What about invitations? Join us as we explore our readings for this Third Sunday in Lent and discover the true meaning of these most famous words.
Tonight our Holden Evening Prayer service will be live-streamed from Good Shepherd. It’s our first official livestream, so join us at 8 pm on our YouTube channel to worship and sing along!
Following is something we hear a lot about these days, especially when it comes to our social media practices. But Jesus takes following up to a whole new, dangerous, uncomfortable, and joyful level in the gospel for this Second Sunday in Lent. What can that mean for us? Join us to explore.
As we continue our journey through Lent we already begin to see the signs of new life emerging from the ashes, or rather soil, of our Ash Wednesday lament. But those shoots are still so tender and vulnerable. So can we die to our natural impatience and seek to learn the patient ways of caring for others and this fragile, vulnerable creation?
Each Wednesday in Lent, we will be sharing a Holden Evening Prayer service with Trinity Lutheran Church at 8 pm. Tonight’s service is available on Trinity’s YouTube channel at 8 pm.
No, it isn’t Soup and Sing, of course. But maybe you can make yourself a nice bowl of soup and sit back and sing from the comfort of your home!
This is the first Sunday in our forty day journey through Lent to the cross of Good Friday and the empty tomb of Easter. So what’s Jesus doing in the wilderness surrounded by wild beasts and being harassed by Satan? And what does it mean for us? Join us to explore.
Welcome to Lent. We begin our journey towards Easter with a joint Ash Wednesday service with Trinity Lutheran church. It will go live on Trinity’s YouTube channel at 6 pm on Wednesday evening, or you can watch the video here.
Today is Shrove Tuesday. Of course we can’t gather for our annual pancake supper. Instead we encourage you to still have some pancakes at home, whether it’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Take a photo and email it to the church. We’ll post them here, so check back regularly.
Vision is critical both to our everyday lives and our discipleship as followers of Jesus. But what’s the difference between vision and delusion? Our guest preacher today, Bishop Michael Pryse of the Eastern Synod, explores that important question for us today.
Where do we find the Kingdom of God? Is it where many Christians think it is? Or do we need our eyesight adjusted? Can the gospel for this Sunday help?