Monthly Archives: July 2016

July 24th – July 31st

Easter in July? Absolutely! The joy and good news of Easter is for every day. In fact every Sunday is to remind us of Easter and our Lord’s Resurrection. Today we celebrate all that Easter means for us as God’s people. WORSHIP INFORMATION Order of Service                                                Divine Service 1, p 151 Hymns                                                                        592, 457, 474,… Read more

Daily Word Bible Reading Questions Week 81

Monday, July 18     Luke 17-18 What do you think caused the conflict between Jesus and His disciples in Luke 18:15-17? Tuesday, July 19      Luke 19-20 Many people, like the rich ruler (Luke 18:18ff), sought Jesus out. Here, Jesus seeks out Zacchaeus. Why did He do this (Luke 19:10)? Wednesday, July 20     Luke 21-22 Review Luke 22:7-13. It’s not… Read more

July 17th – 24th

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. Anyone is welcome… Read more

Daily Word Bible Reading Questions Week 80

Monday, July 11  Luke 9 Luke writes, “Jesus resolutely set out for Jerusalem” (Luke 9:51). Jesus is determined to complete His mission in obedience to His Father and because of His love for all people. On His way to Jerusalem, Jesus travels through Samaria instead of taking the long way around Samaria as most Jews usually… Read more

July 10th – 17th

“Christmas in July” is a known phrase. Christmas is sometimes too good to wait a whole year for the next celebration. That’s not just true for parties or business; it is especially true in theology. The celebration and Good News and impact of Jesus’ birth continues year round! WORSHIP INFORMATION Order of Service                                                 Divine Service… Read more

July 3rd – 10th

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. Anyone is welcome… Read more