Dear LCR members and friends, Happy New Year!! In this month’s council update, I have five items that I wanted to highlight for you. Revised Sunday worship schedule: Today was the first day of the revised Sunday worship schedule, and I think it was great! Resurrection Hour was wonderful. There was a lot of excitement… Continue reading Council Update
By Pr. Stephen This Thursday is Thanksgiving and Sunday is Christ the King Sunday! It is a joyful time in the life of the church. In particular I am thankful that Christ is my King, that he is our King, that he is the King of the universe! Jesus’ kingship isn’t exactly self-evident. Is he… Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
by Dan Lizdas, Council President Dear LCR members and friends, As the days are getting shorter (and cooler), it is hard to believe that we will be celebrating Thanksgiving in just a few short weeks. In this month’s council update, I will continue the “meet your council” section, by introducing two additional council members. I… Continue reading Council Update
The youth of LCR have planned and prepared to lead Sunday’s worship services over the past couple of months. They do this in the spirit of service, both to God and to the LCR community of worshipers. The youth wrote the prayers and picked the songs at our lock-in in August. The songs chosen are… Continue reading Youth Sunday
On Friday Oct 5th 19 women checked in at Lutheranch. Eleven of us have attended at least one other LCR Women’s Retreat while 8 new women joined us. Even though we had hoped for a larger group God knew that this would be the perfect number for this Retreat. Our Cozy Mountain Retreat was planned… Continue reading Women’s Retreat, Oct 5-7
Welcome to our new members! Patricia Grove; Andrew Kricke; Pentti Lahtinen; Ravi and Dinah Sabbe, Joanna and Susanna; Eric and Kimberly Tonn, Eli and Lydia; and Robert and Kara Tyner. I’m really happy you are here. God has called you to be part of this congregation as it seeks to live out our faith in… Continue reading Welcome New Members
Post by Pastor Stephen In his small catechism, Martin Luther asks “What are the benefits of eating and drinking the body and blood of Jesus in holy communion?” He says, “The words ‘given for you’ and ‘shed for you for the forgiveness of sin’ shows us that forgiveness of sin, life, and salvation are given… Continue reading What are the benefits of such eating and drinking?