Watchnight Service at Luther House Chapel

Luther House Chapel will host a Watchnight Service tomorrow night at 10:30pm, Thursday, 31 December 2015. A potluck supper will be held after the service. 
All are invited to join them in welcoming the new year with praises to Almighty God.

More information is available here.

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Reminder – BLC Worship Service, 27 Dec 2015, 10am

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We look forward to having you at our worship service this Sunday, 27 December 2015, 10am to celebrate the 1st Sunday in Christmas time.

All are welcome – please join us!

Reminder – BLC Christmas Day Service 2015 – 10am, 25 December 2015

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Tomorrow, all of us in the BLC Family are looking forward to celebrating Christmas Day 2015 with you on Friday, 25 December 2015, 10am at The Father’s House!

We are looking forward to celebrating several baptisms and confirmations during the service. Lunch will be provided after the service, for us to enjoy a meal together.

We will have worship service the following Sunday, 27 December 2015, 10am – celebrating the 1st Sunday in Christmas time.

All are welcome – please join us!

BLC Christmas Day Service 2015 – 10am, 25 December 2015

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This coming Sunday, all of us in the BLC Family are looking forward to celebrating Christmas Day 2015 with you on Friday, 25 December 2015, 10am at The Father’s House!

We are looking forward to celebrating several baptisms and confirmations during the service. Lunch will be provided after the service, for us to enjoy a meal together.

We will have worship service the following Sunday, 27 December 2015, 10am – celebrating the 1st Sunday in Christmas time.

All are welcome – please join us!

Reminder – #PrepareTheWay: 4th Sunday in Advent, “Giving Praise”, 7pm

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This coming Sunday, 20 December 2015, 7pm, we will be celebrate the 4th Sunday in Advent with an evening service; there is no morning service on this day.

This Sunday’s readings are:

Our Christmas Day Service will be held on 25 December 2015, 10am – followed by a lunch at The Father’s House.

The death and resurrection of Christ is intricately connected to the birth of the promised Messiah.  It is because we know the outcome of Jesus’ life and ministry that we are able to understand the significance of his birth; therefore, we observe, remember, and celebrate the birth of Christ through the lens of the cross.  As Christians we acknowledge that the birth of the promised Messiah and redemption of God’s people through death and resurrection is not the first of God’s salvific work, but a continuation of God’s promise.  Scripture invites us into the history of God’s redeeming work then, now, and always.

As we “Prepare the Way of the Lord” this Advent, we do so by remembering the old, old story of God’s love, grace, mercy, forgiveness, and promise.  Together we join the whole hosts of heaven and the company of the saints proclaiming what God has done through history, is doing through the promised Messiah, and will continue to do in the final days.

This is an open event – please feel free to invite your loved ones, family, friends and neighbors.

#PrepareTheWay: 4th Sunday in Advent, “Giving Praise”, 7pm

BLC - Advent 2015 - Prepare The Way

This coming Sunday, 20 December 2015, 7pm, we will be celebrate the 4th Sunday in Advent with an evening service; there is no morning service on this day.

This Sunday’s readings are:

Our Christmas Day Service will be held on 25 December 2015, 10am – followed by a lunch at The Father’s House.

The death and resurrection of Christ is intricately connected to the birth of the promised Messiah.  It is because we know the outcome of Jesus’ life and ministry that we are able to understand the significance of his birth; therefore, we observe, remember, and celebrate the birth of Christ through the lens of the cross.  As Christians we acknowledge that the birth of the promised Messiah and redemption of God’s people through death and resurrection is not the first of God’s salvific work, but a continuation of God’s promise.  Scripture invites us into the history of God’s redeeming work then, now, and always.

As we “Prepare the Way of the Lord” this Advent, we do so by remembering the old, old story of God’s love, grace, mercy, forgiveness, and promise.  Together we join the whole hosts of heaven and the company of the saints proclaiming what God has done through history, is doing through the promised Messiah, and will continue to do in the final days.

This is an open event – please feel free to invite your loved ones, family, friends and neighbors.