Join with us for worship on our front lawn as we hear of God's work of forgiveness in us and our work of extending that same forgiveness for others. Click here for the bulletin.
After worship, we shared in God's work by caring for creation on litter patrol, preparing firewood for neighbors in need this winter, mask-making for our community, and packaging feminine hygiene kits for girls in the Kuwaa chiefdom in Liberia.
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God's work is our work: to build the church on the foundation of faith in Jesus Christ, and even though we're incredibly different, we bind ourselves and one another to that church!
Welcome to a 5th Sunday worship! There is extra time worked into worship to reflect and listen to what God is calling you to do out of the faith you have. Readings are from Romans 12:9-21 and Matthew 16:21-28.
Worship with us this 12th Sunday after Pentecost! Jesus invites his disciples to put into words who he is and we do the same, wrestling with the questions as our living God keeps working to give us insight.
God's work in us is to help us recognize the special-ness of each person, to care for each other, and not to devalue/defile the gift that each of us are. Our guest preacher is Dave Brauer-Rieke from the ELCA Region 1's Disaster Response Team. You are loved!
Worship with us this 10th Sunday after Pentecost, as Jesus walks on water and we don’t have to! What does it mean to have faith through the storms – it’s about trusting Jesus who is capable and who has us through it.
This season of growing in our faith brings us to the feeding of the 5,000 after the disciples are ready to send them away. Jesus puts the bread into the disciple's hands and trusts them to give it to the hungry masses. There's enough to go around and leftovers! So what might we offer to God that God will use to bless others?
Just where is God working and what does it look like in our lives? We've got stories and teachings of old, but Jesus paints a bigger picture of the "kingdom of heaven" within us. Join Lord of Life in worship today!
Jesus tells another parable about weeds growing with wheat in Matthew 13, explaining that judgment is for the end of days, not for our hands. No one is outside of God's mercy since all of us are simultaneously saint (forgiven by God) and sinner (working against God). God's patient mercy is for all. Together we welcome and celebrate the baptism of Riley
Jesus tells the parable of the sower, describing four types of soil as examples of how people receive the Word of God. Our children's message took a little different direction, responding to a few typos and the mistakes we make, knowing God doesn't scold us, but forgives us!
We have a guest preacher this Sunday as Pastor Lisa Smith-Fiegel from the Alaska Synod Office shares God's word with us! Since her sermon is pre-recorded, worship will only be online for July 5.
We finish reading Matthew 10 as Jesus sends his disciples on their own mission to teach, proclaim, and heal. Turns out, everyone who welcomes them is also welcoming God! And while it can be scary to share our faith, we can still talk about what we know, and trust that God is with us while we do it.
Scriptures: Jeremiah 28:1-9, Psalm 89:1-4, 15-18, Romans 6:11-23, and Matthew 10:40-42.
Because of a significant rise in Covid-19 cases in the borough, worship will be online September 27. Watch the service live at our Facebook page or later here on our website.
Worship with us online for the 16th Sunday after Pentecost! We're glad you're turning to God with us.
This Sunday, you're invited to feel the tension and know the God who meets us in the middle of it with grace and mercy.
Click here for our bulletin with the Scripture readings, hymns, and prayers.