• January 15th – 22nd

    Jesus’ body and blood in His Supper is given for the forgiveness of our sins. We celebrate this gift today as a community of LCMS members. Please speak with the Pastor if you have not knelt with us at the Lord’s Table before. Please register your communion attendance in the pew folder. WORSHIP INFORMATION Hymns… Read more

  • January 8th – 15th

    Today we enter the Epiphany season. Jesus’ Baptism is the Gospel. The Epistle speaks of our own baptism and the gift that we have through it. We are literally baptized into Christ, into His death and into His resurrection. WORSHIP INFORMATION Order of Service                                                 Divine Service 1, p 151 Hymns                                                                         405, 594, 397,… Read more

  • January 1st – 8th

    Jesus’ body and blood in His Supper is given for the forgiveness of our sins. We celebrate this gift today as a community of LCMS members. Please speak with the Pastor if you have not knelt with us at the Lord’s Table before. Please register your communion attendance in the pew folder. WORSHIP INFORMATION Order… Read more

  • Daily Word Bible Reading Questions Week 104

    Monday, Dec 26                                          Revelation 14 Explain the image of the grape harvest described in Revelation 14:14- 20. Tuesday, Dec 27                                  Revelation 15-16 What parallel is there between Revelation 15:1-2 and Exodus 14:21-31? What similarity do you find between Revelation 16:1-9 and Matthew 24:29-31? Wednesday, Dec 28                              Revelation 17-18 Compare Revelation 17:3, 8-12… Read more

  • December 25th – January 1st

    Jesus’ body and blood in His Supper is given for the forgiveness of our sins. We celebrate this gift today as a community of LCMS members. Please speak with the Pastor if you have not knelt with us at the Lord’s Table before. Please register your communion attendance in the pew folder. WORSHIP INFORMATION Order… Read more

  • December 18th – 25th

    Jesus’ body and blood in His Supper is given for the forgiveness of our sins. We celebrate this gift today as a community of LCMS members. Please speak with the Pastor if you have not knelt with us at the Lord’s Table before. Please register your communion attendance in the pew folder. WORSHIP INFORMATION Order… Read more

  • Daily Word Bible Reading Questions Week 103

    Monday, Dec 19            Revelation 6-8:5 1. Read Revelation 7:9-17. What is the significance of the white robes and palms (see Revelation 7:14; John 12:12-13)? Tuesday, Dec 20           Revelation 8:6-9:21 2. Read Revelation 9:13-21. What evidence do you see that God has not yet withdrawn His offer of grace, forgiveness, and acceptance from this world? What… Read more

  • December 11th – 18th

    God’s love for us is made manifest in a most wondrous way. God sent His only Son into our world to make the payment for our sins. Read today’s epistle from 1 John as you prepare to worship our God. WORSHIP INFORMATION Order of Service                                                 Divine Service 3, p 184 Hymns                                                                         334, 367,… Read more

  • Daily Word Bible Reading Questions Week 102

    Monday, Dec 12          3 John In 3 John 5-12, John praises the generosity of his friend Gaius and sternly condemns the stinginess of Diotrephes. What is meant by “a manner worthy of God” (v. 6)?. Tuesday, Dec 13            Jude As you wait for the coming of Jesus, Jude suggests that you “build yourselves up in your most… Read more

  • Daily Word Bible Reading Questions Week 101

    Monday, Dec 5           1 John 1 1. Read 1 John 1:8-10. John speaks bluntly in verse 8 because the Gnostics denied the existence of sin. Sin is not a fashionable concept in our time, either. Yet if we deny our sinful nature, what does John say we’re doing? If we confess our sins, what will be… Read more

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