Third Sunday in Lent

February 28, 2016
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Ironies of the Passion

February 24, 2016
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Catholicism Today

February 21, 2016
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Our Christian Response to Life’s Blessings and Challenges

February 21, 2016

This practical class will consider how Christians deal with a wide variety of situations in daily life—from unmet needs and unresolved anger, to financial blessings, to health concerns, to the death of a loved one. This discussion-oriented class will be led by David Matthews in the Luther Room.

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Second Sunday in Lent

February 21, 2016
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Ironies of the Passion

February 17, 2016

“Prayer at the Close of Day” (also known by its Latin title, “Compline”) is the last of the seven daily prayer services that developed in the medieval Christian church. These daily services, called the “Daily Office,” were most commonly used in monasteries and schools. Several of the services from the Daily Office are enjoying renewed use in the twenty-first century church. Tonight’s service sets the texts of this historic service to modern music. The setting of “Prayer at the Close of Day” we use comes from Christian Worship: New Service Settings. The music is by Dale Witte and was first published in 2002.

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Pipe Organ Recital

February 17, 2016

David Kriewall - Organist

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Catholicism Today

February 14, 2016
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Our Christian Response to Life’s Blessings and Challenges

February 14, 2016

* Our Christian Response to Life’s Blessings and Challenges: This practical class will consider how Christians deal with a wide variety of situations in daily life—from unmet needs and unresolved anger, to financial blessings, to health concerns, to the death of a loved one. This discussion-oriented class will be led by David Matthews in the Luther Room.

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First Sunday in Lent

February 14, 2016

Worship Focus: We cannot imagine a life without temptation in this sinful world. The struggle against sin is real, and all too often we fail to win in that struggle. On this first Sunday in Lent, we give thanks to God that Jesus also took on the battle against sin on our behalf, defeating it successfully on our behalf, and freeing us from the eternal consequences of our sins by his sacrifice on our behalf.

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