Happy Birthday, Church!
Even as we prepare for Zion Lutheran Church’s 250th anniversary (this coming Sunday), we also remember and celebrate the birthday of the church as a whole, when the Spirit came upon the disciples and began to move them into the community.
Attached below are the prayers, readings and reflections from our Pentecost service on June 5th, 2022.
Peace be with you all!
Here are the worship resources which were used in the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish this last Sunday.
May God’s peace be with you, and may we all share that peace with this desperately hurting world.
Below you will find a link to the prayers, reading and sermon which was proclaimed at the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish on Sunday, May 8, 2022.
May you be blessed with an awareness of the risen Christ, shepherding you through all of the valleys you face.
A Prayer Labyrinth in the Church Garden is one of Zion’s special projects for its 250th anniversary.
A small ground-breaking ceremony is being held tomorrow, Sunday, April 24th, following Sunday service at the church. Construction will start next week.
The labyrinth is a simple, brick pathway through the garden area which symbolizes one’s spiritual journey inward to examine one’s life, and the return spiritual journey to engage the world.
A ribbon-cutting is planned for Sunday, May 29th.
The garden has always been open for all to enjoy, and Zion hopes this improvement will make it a favourite peaceful outdoor space in Lunenburg.
Here are the prayers, gospel reading and sermon for Easter Sunday.
Happy Easter, everyone!
A recording of the ecumenical prayer service held at St. John’s Anglican Church in Lunenburg, in which the Rev. Laura Marie Piotrowicz from St. John’s, Pastor Rick (our parish) and Pastor Tom Summers from St. Andrew’s Presbyterian church, provided the leadership.
Members of Grace Lutheran, Zion Lutheran, St. John’s Anglican, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian and St. Norbert’s Roman Catholic churches were present.
Keep praying, everyone, for the sake of the world.
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In the face of war, we are called to be peacemakers.
In the face of violence, we are called to be healers.
In the face of lies, we are called to speak truth.
In the face of the desire for power, we are called to love.
In the face of aggression, we are called to serve.
Join us in prayer.
Welcome to the on-line worship of there Lunenburg Lutheran Parish.
May you all experience the peace of Christ, which helps us not take ourselves too seriously, which shows us who and where we really are, and the love which comes to us regardless of our context.
Hope you are all safe in the weather we are having.
This week, we are doing something a bit different. Thanks to the leadership of Julie over at St. Paul’s church in Bridgewater, all of the churches in the Atlantic Ministry Area are providing a joint on-line service. Multiple folks from multiple congregations have offered their gifts, Pastor Adam Snook has provided the sermon, and the result will be found at the link below.
Thanks to everyone who helped compile this service! Special thanks to Julie for her leadership and energy.
NOTE – The video will be available starting at 10:00 a.m. (Atlantic Time) on Sunday, January 30th.
Below is a link for the worship for Sunday in the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish.
Take care of each other, and be a sign of the reign of God come near!