Happy Easter, everyone! Below is a link to a video which contains the prayers, a readings and the sermon from our Easter Sunday Service at Zion. Have a great Easter season!!!
Here is an abridged (non-Communion) version of the service from Sunday. Have a wonderful, reflective and healing Holy Week.
Since the churches of Lunenburg cannot worship together for Good Friday this year, we have again put together a video Good Friday service. And since Zion was going to host the service this time, we are using the Lutheran liturgy to form our prayers. Peace be with you all.
Hello everyone! 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 thatContinue reading “Worship for March 7, 2021”
Hello everyone! 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 leadContinue reading “Worship for February 28, 2021”
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!). WeContinue reading “Worship for February 14, 2021”
Below is the liturgy we used for Sunday worship in the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish. The sermon is from our National Bishop, the Rev. Susan Johnson, and we thank her for contributing to our worship experience today! Peace be with you all. Worship
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”
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”
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”