We have the opportunity to follow our Lord in bringing healing and health to our world. All we have to do is get the Covid vaccine. Currently in the province of Nova Scotia, people 55 years old or more are eligible to get the vaccine. Also, in addition to Kinley’s Drug Store, the pharmacy inContinue reading “Vaccinate!”
Hello everyone. Below is a modified version of the liturgy we used on Sunday morning, our last Sunday in the Lenten season. I’ll be honest: It’s a bit pointed. But, let’s also be honest about the context: It was a pretty brutal week in some places, and we need to confront that. May God openContinue reading “Worship for Sunday, March 21”
Here’s a copy of the service we used in the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish on the 7th of February. The sermon (which was not used in church) has been provided by Bishop Sid Haugen of the Saskatchewan Synod. Peace be with you all! Service
We are working our way through the Joseph stories of Genesis. This one is found in chapter 39. When [Joseph’s] master heard the words that his wife spoke to him, [falsely] saying, ‘This is the way your servant treated me’, he became enraged. And Joseph’s master took him and put him into the prison, theContinue reading “September 27 – Genesis”
We are working our way through Genesis, the first book of the Bible. Today’s reading come from chapter 9. Then God said to Noah and to his sons with him, ‘As for me, I am establishing my covenant with you and your descendants after you, and with every living creature that is with you, the birds, theContinue reading “September 15 – Genesis”
The Lunenburg Fisher’s Memorial was an on-line event this year, due to Covid-19 restrictions. If you weren’t able to watch it “live,” click below and take a look!