Attached below is a (non-Eucharistic) copy of the service we used on Sunday in the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish.
As we approach the one-year anniversary of this Covid Pandemic, we remember that we are called to be a community which cares about each other, and we celebrate those moments when we have seen that in action, and have been able to take part.
Here is a non-Communion version of the service from Sunday which was prayed at the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish.
We conclude Black History Month with a call to “take up our cross.” This does not mean going out and looking to suffer so we can prove our faith. It means trusting God to lead us to the pain-filled parts of life, knowing that we are not sent there alone.
Below is the liturgy used by the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish on Sunday, February 14th.
This year this date is the last Sunday of the season of Epiphany, which brings to a close the time of “enlightening” (which is what “epiphany” means), and we prepare to enter the season of Lent (more on that later!).
We thanks Bishop Michael Pryse for providing the sermon for this service, and we ask that God bless you all with an increased awareness of presence as you continue to live through this pandemic.