…by joining in the Peace March. Hear Pastor Linda’s sermon as we move towards Good Friday, the crucifixion, and the Resurrection!
The season of Lent is just around the corner. It is a time of reflection, self-assessment, and reconnection with the things in life that have true and lasting meaning. If you are feeling the tug of God on your heart today, why not make Lent your time to answer his call?
Take communion and receive the ashes on Ash Wednesday, and discover anew the message and mission that Jesus Christ has for you. Easter is only seven weeks away: prepare yourself for Christ’s Resurrection by experiencing one of your own!
Add a little joyful warmth to the cold days of winter at our ol’ fashioned hymn sing on Sunday, January 28, at 3:00 p.m. Come out and sing some of your favorites. Top it off with a bowl of piping hot homemade soup! Be sure to invite your friends!
Most of us would say we believe in God. Maybe at one time, we even felt close to God. Then life just got in the way and we drifted. Wherever you’re from, no matter your past hurts, shame, or regrets, whether you call yourself Christian or not, you have something deep inside you that longs for a connection with God. It’s part of being human.
Join us for our Sunday worship series Finding Your Way Back to God, starting October 15, and discover that God has not forgotten you. In fact, God is running to you with open arms. Sundays at 10:15am starting October 15
October 15 There’s Got to Be More, Read ch. 1-6
October 22 I Wish I Could Start Over, Read ch. 7-8
October 29 I Can’t Do This on My Own, Read ch. 9-11
November 5 God Loves Me After All, Read ch. 12-13
November 12 Now This is Living!, Read ch. 14-16
Every Sunday at Bethesda:
Worship Service 10:15am.
Deep Blue Kids (1st-5th grade) concurrent with Worship.
Nursery (Infants-K) concurrent with Worship.
Youth Group (6th-12th grade) 11:30am.
Rev. Dr. Robert Mordhorst (pictured at left) will talk about the nature of Luther and his theology and the rise and importance of Protestantism. Audience Q&A will follow.
Co-sponsored by Immanuel Lutheran Church and Bethesda United Methodist Church.
A Prayer for the Anniversary of 9/11 by the Rev. Jeremy Pridgeon O God, our hope and refuge, in our distress we come quickly to you. Shock and horror of that tragic day have subsided, replaced now with an emptiness, a longing for an innocence lost. We come remembering those who lost their lives in New York, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania. We are mindful of the sacrifice of public servants who demonstrated the greatest love of all by laying down their lives for friends. We commit their souls to your eternal care and celebrate their gifts to a fallen humanity. We come remembering and we come in hope, not in ourselves, but in you. As foundations we once thought secure have been shaken, we are reminded of the illusion of security. In commemorating this tragedy, we give you thanks for your presence in our time of need and we seek to worship you in Spirit and in truth, our guide and our guardian. Amen.