The 25th Sunday After Pentecost - November 22nd, 2020

If you would like to follow along with this Sunday's service, here are both WORD and PDF programs, including hymns

MS Word Version

PDF Version


Service Times:

Previously recorded services will be posted here for the benefit of households

Divine Service 1st & 3rd Sundays
Service of the Word 2nd & 4th Sundays


Thus far, we are continuing to have our services in-person.  You may want to wear a mask.  You may want to sit in either the balcony or the fellowship hall.  We respect your choices in these matters.

We need to get a solid count as to who wants to help with the Mission trip to Alaska this summer.  Which kids are going?  Will there be another work-group that goes along?  Please let missions know.

The First Week of Advent is approaching.  Mark your calendars for November 29.  We will be having midweek services this year on Wednesday’s at 7:00pm.  The dates are:  December 2,  9, 16 and 23.  Offerings will go towards our Youth Ministry and Outreach.

There's a new podcast on the book of Galatians being offered through CPH.  Check it out here

We are wanting to hear your thoughts on our Mission Sunday presentation.  Should we get involved with Alaska Mission for Christ?  What kind of a mission should we seek to fill?  Who might be willing to go?  Please contact Andrea Potter, Sandy Schmidt or Tamara Sargent for more information or to let your opinion be known.

Our Bible study of 1 Thessalonians continues on Thursdays at 7:00pm.  All are welcome.

The adult Sunday school class has begun a study on a book called, “Reading Isaiah with Luther” - a series that considers the role of the conscience in a Christian’s life and how the conscience is formed.  We meet at 9:30 on Sunday mornings.

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The 25th Sunday After Pentecost

We have for our gospel reading the parable of the sheep and the goats.  It's a parable that concerns the last day and the final judgement and as such, can be terrifying to consider.  Yet Christ gives His sheep a great affirmation in this parable.  For them, it will not be a day of terror but a day for which we should look with eagerness and anticipate with joy.

Gospel Reading:

Matthew 25:31-46