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Showing posts from September, 2020

St. A's Worship: Sept. 27

Click for this weekend's worship    "Let each of you, not look to your own interests, but the interests of others. - Philippians 2:4 This week's scripture passages call us to wrestle with issues of authority and grace.

St. A's Worship: Sept. 20

Click here for Sunday worship   "All that I needed thy hand hath provided; great is thy faithfulness, Lord unto me"  This old hymn of the faith (which we are singing this weekend) reminds us that by God's grace, we have enough.  We have what we need.  Somedays that is hard to believe.  And sometimes God's economy doesn't seem fair (and what we do with it is rarely fair).  Together we look at where God's grace and our deepest needs intersect  

St. A's Worship: Sept. 13

Click for Sunday worship "We do not live to ourselves, and we do not die to ourselves.  If we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die,we die to the Lord, so then, whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord's."  We gather to consider our life together as community and                                                                            the ways that we extend and receive grace.

Weekly Saturday Night Worship Resumes This Weekend (In the Great Outdoors)

After several well received outdoor midweek services on Wednesday evenings this past summer, we are going to use the outdoor chapel  to resume our regular Saturday night service @ 5 PM.  Bring your lawn chairs (or use our benches) and masks and join us for this simple service of Word and Sacrament.  Starting this Saturday September 12, we will continue to gather each Saturday night @ 5 PM for as long as weather and daylight will allow.  Of course, if there are any weather challenges  and you are wondering if it is still happening,  check your email, our Facebook page, or the church website for cancellations.  If nothing is posted, we are on! And if worship is cancelled, make plans for dinner and view digital worship which will be posted later that evening or with the sunrise on Sunday.  For those of you who are coming with health concerns, here are a few things worth knowing: --Social distancing with your own lawn chairs or wiped down chapel benches will be encouraged and facilitated.

St. A's Worship: September 6

Click for weekend worship "For surely I know the plans I have for you says the Lord, plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a future with hope." - Jeremiah 29:11 Pastor Mueller takes time to provide an update and perspective on our life together as a congregation in these challenging times.