Sunday, February 3 – Fourth Sunday after Epiphany

Worship, 9:30 AM

Refreshments, 10:45 AM

Youth Sunday School, 10:45 AM

Adult Bible Study, 11 AM

 

Souper Bowl of Caring

 

The glory of God is often revealed when and where it is least expected. God uses our

lips to declare that glory, inexperienced and hesitant though they may be. God uses our

 love to demonstrate that glory and so urges us to exercise it. God uses Jesus of Nazareth,

 water and the word, bread and wine, to reveal God’s glory where and when God chooses.

 Take heed, lest the glory of God slip through our midst unnoticed.

 

 

 

Sunday, February 10 – Fifth Sunday after Epiphany

Worship, 9:30 AM

Refreshments, 10:35 AM

Youth Sunday School, 10:45 AM

Birthday Sunday

Fair Trade Items Available

 

The fifth Sunday after Epiphany continues to highlight unlikely instruments and circumstances

appointed to reveal the glory of the Lord. "Who will go for us?" queries the voice of the Lord.

A man of unclean lips, a former persecutor of the church of God, and three fishermen

who couldn’t catch a thing. More surprising still, perhaps, is the fact that we are also called.

 

 

 

Sunday, February 17 – Sixth Sunday after Epiphany

Worship, 9:30 AM

Refreshments, 10:35 AM

Youth Sunday School, 10:45 AM

Adult Bible Study, 11 AM

 

Blessings and curses abound on the sixth Sunday after Epiphany. We would do well to listen closely to whom the

"blessed ares" and the "woe tos" are directed and to find our place in the crowd among those who desire to touch

Jesus. The risen Christ stands among us in the mysteryof the holy supper with an invitation

to live in him and the power to heal us all.

 

 

 

Sunday, February 24–  Seventh Sunday after Epiphany

Worship, 9:30 AM

Refreshments, 10:35 AM

Hope Lutheran Annual Meeting

ELCA Hunger Relief Benevolence Sunday

 

Mercy. Mercy. Mercy. Joseph lives it in Egypt. Jesus preaches it in the gospel. The Spirit guides us into merciful

lives with the power of forgiveness to reconcile what is fractured and divided. Such merciful living is the

baptismal blessing of having put on Christ. It is the gift of the life-giving Spirit. It is a reflection of the

glory of God revealed in the Christ.

 

Reprinted from Words for Worship, copyright 2012 Augsburg Fortress

Used by permission of Augsburg Fortress.