Violence in a Peaceful Church

Hello friends. This has been a rough week, for a great many people. The headlines of media outlets have been shouting about what happened on the steps of the Capitol Building in Washington DC. on Wednesday. Rightly so. But there was more, much more, to what happened in Washington that day. And much of itContinue reading “Violence in a Peaceful Church”

The Festival of the Epiphany

Happy New Year, everybody! January 6th is the day we remember the visit of the Magi, or scholars, to Jesus and his mother. We call this The Epiphany (a word which means “light”). One way that some of us do this remembering is through what we call “Chalking the Door.” The video below will showContinue reading “The Festival of the Epiphany”

Worship for January 2, 2021

Happy New Year, everyone! Attached is the service for the first Sunday of the year, which also happens to be the 2nd Sunday of Christmas. Given the year we just concluded, I am not making any predictions about how things are going to go! We have all learned (or perhaps re-learned) that trying to doContinue reading “Worship for January 2, 2021”

Worship for Advent 1

Here is the Home version of the service we will be using at the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish on Sunday, November, 29, 2020. It’s the church’s New Year’s Day! But instead of making resolutions which can’t, or won’t, be kept, let’s take some time to contemplate the promises of God, which can and will be kept…,Continue reading “Worship for Advent 1”

Worship for November 22, 2020

Here’s the liturgy we will be using for this morning’s service (NOTE – We will be celebrating Communion at the service this morning. This version of the service does not include that aspect of the service.) Peace be with you all! Worship for November 22, 2020

Sermon for November 8, 2020

Text from the 4th chapter of Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians We do not want you to be uninformed, brothers and sisters, about those who have died, so that you may not grieve as others do who have no hope.  For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so, through Jesus,Continue reading “Sermon for November 8, 2020”