FAITH TAKES – Pentecost 2024 Edition

Greetings in Christ, all!  This weekend brings to us one of the longest-celebrated festivals in the Judeo-Christian tradition – the Greek name is “Pentecost”.  Originally, it was the first of two “harvest festivals”, held 50 days after the “Festival of Firstfruits”, which was the celebration of the beginning of the barley harvest.  Pentecost then was […]

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A Truly Good Friday – and Easter Schedule

Good Friday greetings in our crucified Savior, Jesus Christ!  On this day, I have no doubt that a number of us are trying to finalize our plans for Easter – a day of true celebration and joy for all time.  But what are we doing about today? Perhaps for some perspective, I need to remind […]

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It’s Christmas – EVE

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP this coming Sunday, Christmas Eve. All services will celebrate the sacrament. But otherwise, each is a separate and unique service. So whether you show up for one or for all, we pray that you will be blessed in the worship of our Savior and everlasting King, laid in a manger in […]

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Links to Wednesday Weekly Romans Bible Studies

As promised, within 24 hrs. of each study, the link to it will be posted here. The links are permanent, so even weeks later, you can return to watch one of the previous studies. Here is the link to the study from 9/13/2023: https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/fibheocposhw7lwo2dcb5/Romans-Study-1-9-13-23-Introduction-and-Chapter-1A.mp4?rlkey=snhuz6i8ib552y58gdfbgko1v&dl=0

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Fall Bible Studies, ‘B’

Our other new Fall Bible Study will be updated weekly. It is an on-line study led by Pastor Tom Wenndt. It is on St. Paul’s letter to the Romans. The Bible Study will be conducted live each week on Wednesdays at 11 AM eastern time, 10 AM central time (and so on). A link to […]

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