As we continue to prepare for the arrivial of the Patenaudes, here is our newsletter article from October, outlining in general what Ryan's responsibilities will be while he is with us. Keep the Patenaude family in your prayers this week as they finish the semester and continue the packing process!
Last month, I began a series of articles to help us prepare for the Seminary intern that we will be hosting in 2018. One of the most common questions so far in this process has been something to the effect of: What will the intern be doing while he is with us? The simplest and... Read More ›
This fall, I have been writing monthly articles in our church newsletter to help us prepare for a new ministry venture in our congregation: hosting a Seminary intern. For those who haven't read them, I would encourage you to go to the blog on our church's website. I will be posting them there throughout the month. If you have been reading them, this can be a nice refresher for you!
On a related note, we have a blog! This month, the posts will be comprised of these past newsletter articles. In the future, we will post the newsletter article on there each month, and my hope is that it will become a platform for even more writing that is easily accessible to our parishioners and anyone else who cares to read. God Bless!
Articles September 2017 Newsletter Article “I charge you in the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who is to judge the living and the ...Read More December 5, 2017 / Pastor Micah Hjermstad / Monthly Newsletter
Wednesday No Confirmation Class 6:30 Thanksgiving Eve Service
Thursday Thanksgiving Day
Sunday 8:45 Sunday School 9:45 Prayer in the pastor’s office 10:00 Worship Service
Sunday Scriptures: Ezekiel 34:11-24; I Corinthians 15:20-28; Matthew 25:31-46
UPCOMING November 28 Mission Quilting November 28 WMS November 29 Newsletter Deadline December 4 Baby Shower honoring Elias Marschner, son of Isaiah and Anna Marschner December 6 Advent Service December 10 Sunday School Christmas Program ...
Come to church tomorrow for the last installment of our "5 Solas" series on the Reformation, "Glory to God Alone!" One of the benefits of the Reformation was that it reintroduced hymnody and congregational singing back into the church. Singing is one of the main ways we praise God and give Him the glory He alone deserves! Johann Sebastian Bach lived 200 years after the start of the Reformation, but the work that he did to set precious Reformation teaching to music is invaluable. Below is a picture of his statue outside the church where he worked for many years in Leipzig, Germany. Tomorrow we will be blessed by the AFLBS Womens' Trio, who will be singing throughout the service. Hope to see you tomorrow, and don't forget to set your clocks back! ...