Go to our facebook page to view the worship service videos, Pastor’s Wednesday devotionals, and the Daily Bible Reading videos (information below).
BIBLE READING CHALLENGE
Please join Messiah and Our Savior’s as we read through the Bible this year. This is a great way for us to be church together as we read scripture together. We are following the reading plan, The Survey Path, from the Lutheran Study Bible (Pg. 2082).
You may read along on your own or listen to the reading each day on Our Savior’s Facebook page. It will also be shared on Messiah’s Facebook page. If you would like to be a reader, please let Deacon Kari or Pastor Erik know.
A Story to Tell Lent Devotional is available at church or by calling us to have one mailed to you.
(Christ in Our Homes online – same as the booklet devotionals we have at Church)
(Devotion on the lectionary Gospel reading for that week)
(Daily Bible passages & schedule)
(Daily Grace Devotion)
(a WELCA Publication)
http://eepurl.com/dEV1Jr (Our weekly email sign-up form) The Weekly Witness email provides a weekly devotional, prayer updates, announcements and a copy of the week’s bulletin for you.
CALL US IF YOU WOULD LIKE A CHRIST IN OUR HOME DEVOTIONAL , OR BULLETINS MAILED TO YOU. WE ARE HAPPY TO ACCOMMODATE YOU~ We can be reached at 218-741-6207.
Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever. 1 Chronicles 16:34
God certainly is good. It has been a long time, but we are ready to host in-person worship again, 9AM at OSLC or 10:30AM at Messiah. We do have limited seating so it is a good idea to call earlier in the week and let us know you intend to be at church on Sunday. Calling helps us plan and helps the ushers get people seated quicker. Please note that worship will look a bit different; all worshippers must wear masks and/or face shield and respect social distancing. Also, worship will be shorter and we will have recorded music. It will still be a faithful time with prayer, scripture, sermon and communion. I am so excited about seeing people back in the church and celebrating Holy Communion together.
We will still continue to offer a full 1 hour worship services on the radio, online, and TV. Please understand that staying home and worshipping remotely is still the safest thing to do if you haven’t been vaccinated yet, and if you feel ill or have been exposed to someone with covid we ask that you stay home as well.
Blessings, Pastor Erik