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Welcome! On behalf of our members and staff at Christ Lutheran Church, I would like to welcome you to our web site and encourage you to join us for worship. Christ Lutheran Church is a wonderful place to connect with other Christians to serve, proclaim, reflect and celebrate Christ. We would love to have you make us your church home!
In His Service,
Join Us for Midweek Lenten Worship
On the Wednesdays of Lent, at 7pm, we will gather by candlelight in the sanctuary around the font, altar and cross to worship, sing and pray. As we use the Service of Evening Prayer, each week we will reflect on the Psalm appointed by the Lectionary for the week. The Psalms have been the prayer and songbook for God’s people for millennia. They reflect every human mood and emotion. They proclaim faith in the God we meet in the cross and empty tomb. Click here for a full Lenten worship schedule
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He Did Not Hide His Face From Me
Bradley Cooper, who was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in current popular film, American Sniper, has just completed a successful run as Joseph Merrick in the Broadway hit The Elephant Man. Perhaps some of you have seen the 1980 film version of The Elephant Man, which received 8 Oscar nominations. It is the powerful story of Joseph Merrick, who became a famous freak in 19th century England. Afflicted with an undiagnosed disease, his body was horribly deformed. He was treated with both disdain and fascination. For a while he was part of a traveling freak show. People came to stare at him and then turned away in disgust. There were times when he was beaten because people were so afraid of a deformed creature who surely could not be human. Abandoned and alone he was befriended by a London physician, Dr. Frederick Treves, who gave him a room in a hospital where he was cared for until his death at the age of 27. There they became friends.
Posted on Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Family Memory Verse for Week of March 1, 2015
Lent is a time where we can be intentional about thinking of ‘divine things’. What divine things has Christ put in your life during this season?