Sermon: "God’s Mission of Caring" We experience the care and love of God through Jesus, who is like a good shepherd to us. The good shepherd is willing to lay his life on the line for his sheep. We receive God's care, and we are called to embody that love and care with others. The motivation and the imagination for our care comes from Jesus, who is our Good Shepherd. Scriptures: 1 John 3:16-24; Luke 24:36b-48NRSV
Special Music: 9a: Chapel Choir; 11:15: High School Handbell Choir
10:15 a.m. Sunday Morning Learning
Organ Information Pastor Steve will present the latest information on our proposal to build a new organ before we take a vote on April 29th.
Kent Jones, LFC Grandview Professor Ken Jones will teach us about Martin Luther’s writing “The Babylonian Captivity of the Church,” one of Luther’s three big treatises of 1520.
April 8-29 – The Tech-Wise Family Book Study, Youth Room Go beyond setting screen time limits and develop wisdom, character, and courage in the way we use digital media for you and your children. Books available in the office or at the first session.
10:15 Children & Youth Options
Children Ages 6 months to 4 years may use our nursery on the lower level. Children Ages 3-4 check in at the bottom of the stairs by the Administrative Entrance forPreschool Sunday School. Children Grades K-3rd check at the top of the stairs by the Administrative Entrance for Kidzone. Children Grades 4th & 5th check in at the top of the stairs by the Administrative Entrance for Connect 45.
Our Current Series:
Life given meaning by God’s Mission.
During Lent we "Made Room for God" by clearing out the clutter in our homes and schedules. Now, we make room for the resurrection life of God. During this Easter season we make room for life to be given meaning and shape by the resurrection and the mission of God’s love for the world.
What does it look like when God’s life and mission find a place in my life?