In today’s gospel from Mark, the two episodes may seem disjointed: a challenging, even unsettling passage about divorce is followed by a much-loved image of Jesus telling his disciples to let little children come to him. Yet in both passages, Jesus puts rules and conventions aside to challenge his followers’ hearts to greater openness and vulnerability. How might we become agents of love through Christ?
The first Sunday of Fall was a beautiful morning to praise God. We were blessed with almost 60 folks present.
Our “Perfect Pair” project collected 238 cans of fruit for the Loaves & Fishes Pantry during the month. We also received 24 personal care products. Thank You! We are currently collecting bags of candy to give out through the pantry at the end of October.
May your last week of September be a blessing!
This is our fifth segment of our Midweek Lenten series featuring reflections by Kent Nerburn on segments of the Prayer of St. Francis. May this segment on “Where there is injury let me sow pardon” bless you.
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We gather for the celebration of the 4th Sunday in Advent at St. Luke’s Lutheran, 2315 I Street at 10 am on Sunday, December 24.
The Christmas Eve Service will be held at Grace at 4:30 pm with Carols, Communion and Candlelighting. Come celebrate the wonder and joy of God’s gift to us all, Jesus.
Come join in our celebration of Grace’s 125th anniversary! You are invited to our Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, May 17, 2014. At 4:00 pm, we will gather to reminisce, and at 5:00 pm we will have dinner together.
On Sunday, May 18, 2014, we will have a special anniversary worship at 11:00 am.
Please share this with friends, family, and former members. Invitation cards are available at the church office.
There is no cost for dinner; however, your reservation would be greatly appreciated. Please RSVP to the church via email or by calling 402-341-7730.
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