Sunday Morning Worship, Morning and Evening Prayer and Bible Studies

We are glad you are taking the time to be connected to Luther Memorial Church.  Being face to face in community is what we strive for as Jesus comes to us in person, but we realize sometimes due to health reasons or being away you cannot be in the church on certain Sundays.  So, along with all the information posted on this website, we are also including a portion of our Sunday morning worship, which begins at the Announcements and ends at the Hymn of the Day.  If this ministry is important to you, please consider making an online offering below!  Blessings to you!  

Bible Study for the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Morning Prayer for September 29 2020

Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost Worship Bulletin

Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost Childrens Bulletin

Evening Prayer for September 24 2020

Bible Study for the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

Morning Prayer for September 22 2020

Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost Worship Bulletin

Evening Prayer for September 17 2020

Bible Study for the Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Morning Prayer for September 15 2020

Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost Worship Bulletin

Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost Childrens Bulletin

Evening Prayer for September 10 2020

Bible Study for Wednesday, September 9, 2020

I have enjoyed sharing meaningful resources I have received over the years during our Wednesday bible study time.    It’s important to me to be exposed to a variety of teachers and material.  As a follow up from last week’s bible study about Paul and his portrayal in his letters and in the book of Acts, I am sharing with you today a video titled “Paul as a Missionary” by Professor Dale B Martin from Yale University.   I found the lecture to be informative and detailed.  There are a few parts I found a bit heavy, but stick with it to the end, and I think you will have a positive experience with the lecture.  The lecture you will be watching is just one part in the semester course called “New Testament History and Literature.”

If you have not yet discovered, YouTube is filled with wonderful educational material.  When looking on the internet for educational resources, the issue becomes what are good sources versus bad resources.  But in my searching, I came across the channel on YouTube called “YaleCourses”, which I would suggest you subscribe to the channel.  In addition to you will note so many courses and lectures on a variety of many topics.  I never thought I would be a student at Yale, but through the gift of technology, I have “sat in” on so many different lectures, including one on music theory, which has been so helpful to me.   Enjoy!

Pastor

Morning Prayer for September 8 2020

Welcoming People Back into the Building for Sunday Morning

Faith Conversation and Study on Freedom for May 13 2020