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This Sunday

April 27, 2014

2nd Sunday of Easter - Easter Liturgy

  • 9:30 a.m.   Worship in the sancturary
  • 10:30 a.m.   Fellowship Hour
                            in the lounge
  • 11:00 a.m.   Sunday School upstairs
  • 11:00 a.m.   Quilters in Room 208

     

  Scripture Readings:
  • Acts 2:14a, 22-32
  • 1 Peter 1:3-9
  • John 20:19-31

April Special Offering:

Earth Ministry

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday Schedule

9:30 AM Worship. Celebrate our Christian faith through a variety of liturgies and music throughout the year. We celebrate Communion every Sunday.
 
10:30 AM Fellowship. Join us in the lounge for coffee, treats and friendly conversation.
 
11:00 AM Education. Adults explore a variety of topics covering spirituality, current events and social issues affecting us locally and worldwide.  Children & Youth participate in Sunday School.
 
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.  Professional nursery care is provided every Sunday morning for children through kindergarten or any age as needed.
Newsletter 1
  • April Newsletter

    The Spirit

    Holy Week and Easter Celebrations are coming! The Youth has a Rummage Sale coming up and youth movie night and a discussion about vocation and discernemnt. Elizabeth Gregory Home has their annual Benefit Dinner on April 27. Plus there are several other events of interest to read about.

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Recent Sermons 2
  • April 20, 2014

    The Hope of the Resurrection

    No matter whether we think of the resurrection of Jesus as the beginning of a messianic age here on earth when justice and peace would have central place in our lives and all of our relationships, or whether we think of the resurrection of Jesus as the basis for everyone being able to live with God in heaven for all eternity after we physically die here on earth, there is an element of hope that permeates either one of these primary interpretations of Jesus’ resurrection.

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  • April 6, 2014

    The Spirit of Life

    Each of our lessons for today deals with the tension between life and death. However, the death to which these lessons refer is not the death of an individual, but rather the death of an entire nation or of a new community of people who have put their trust in Jesus who was known to have been raised by God from the dead and who has breathed on his disciples the Spirit of life.

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Upcoming Events 3
  • Youth Events

    Several Youth events are coming up in the next few months: The Youth and Youth Adults are taking donations for their Rummange Sale coming up in June. Items can be dropped off at the church or call the church office to arrange a pick up. July 20-27 the ULC Youth Mission Trip will be to Campbell Farm in Wapato. Please contact the church office for more information.

 

Upcoming Events

April 27 – Quilt Sunday, Blessing of the quilts for
                    Lutheran World Relief during service
                Earth Day Planting for Sunday School,
                   11:00 a.m., front lawn
                Elizabeth Gregory Home Benefit Dinner,
                   6:00 p.m., Lake Union Cafe
May 9 – Young Adult Game Night
May 18 – ULC Annual Meeting
June 1 – Celebration of Graduates & Teachers
June 8 – Pentecost Sunday
                  Celebration of Confirmands
June 14 - Ailanga Trip fundraiser
                   Rummage Sale