Worship Services on Luke

Palm Sunday (10:30 Blended)

Luke 19:28-42 Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week for Christians around the world. As our Sunday School children join us in worship with palm branches and shouts of “hosanna,” we hear together the story of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem and we see how events will turn that lead Jesus toward the cross of Calvary—for us and for our salvation. Christians today still need to raise our voices in singing hosanna—“Lord, save us!”

Palm Sunday (9:00 AM Traditional)

Luke 19:28-42 Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week for Christians around the world. As our Sunday School children join us in worship with palm branches and shouts of “hosanna,” we hear together the story of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem and we see how events will turn that lead Jesus toward the cross of Calvary—for us and for our salvation. Christians today still need to raise our voices in singing hosanna—“Lord, save us!”

Worth (Blended 10:30 AM)

Text: Luke 7:36-50 As we conclude our series, we take a look at the topic of worth. Do we ever, even subconsciously, assign more worth to some people than to others- including ourselves? Jesus is all about showing us the value of each person and this is shown beautifully in the story of a sinful woman who responds to Jesus with genuine worship. We are taught throughout the scriptures that Jesus deals tenderly with the outcast, with the underdog, with…

Worth (9:00 AM Traditional)

Text: Luke 7:36-50 As we conclude our series, we take a look at the topic of worth. Do we ever, even subconsciously, assign more worth to some people than to others- including ourselves? Jesus is all about showing us the value of each person and this is shown beautifully in the story of a sinful woman who responds to Jesus with genuine worship. We are taught throughout the scriptures that Jesus deals tenderly with the outcast, with the underdog, with…

“Over-Commitment” (10:30 Blended)

Text: Luke 14:15-24 The Christian faith brings words of challenge to us as well as words of comfort. When our schedules are filled to the brim with commitments but we leave little room for the things that Jesus calls us to do, Jesus reminds us of our true priorities through a parable that speaks to our over-scheduled modern lives. Jesus taught us a prayer that can direct us as we order our lives and our priorities: “thy kingdom come, thy…

“Over-commitment” (9:00 AM Traditional)

Text: Luke 14:15-24 The Christian faith brings words of challenge to us as well as words of comfort. When our schedules are filled to the brim with commitments but we leave little room for the things that Jesus calls us to do, Jesus reminds us of our true priorities through a parable that speaks to our over-scheduled modern lives. Jesus taught us a prayer that can direct us as we order our lives and our priorities: “thy kingdom come, thy…

“For Self” (10:30 AM Blended)

Text: Luke 2:4-7 The story begins with Mary and Joseph getting ready for the birth of Jesus and not finding room at the inn. In the crowded busyness of our lives, do we turn away the Savior as well or can we learn to make room for the Prince of Peace in our lives- even when his presence makes demands of us?

“For Self” (9:00 AM Traditional)

Text: Luke 5:12-16 Our Lord sets an example for us even as we go about the business of caring for others: to go off to a lonely place to pray. Do we allow room in our lives for the quiet and self-care we need in order to be our best for those around us?

“For Jesus”

Text: Luke 2:4-7 The story begins with Mary and Joseph getting ready for the birth of Jesus and not finding room at the inn. In the crowded busyness of our lives, do we turn away the Savior as well or can we learn to make room for the Prince of Peace in our lives- even when his presence makes demands of us?

“Lessons & Carols”

Text: Luke 2:1-7, Isaiah 9:2-7, Micah 5:2-5a, Luke 2:1-7, Luke 2:8-16, Matthew 2:1-11, John 1:1-14 The story of Christ’s birth is told through scripture readings and carols woven together and interspersed with devotional offerings from our pastors. Special music by St. Andrew’s Chamber Choir, Tim Graf, and Josh Eidem.

“Joy” (10:30 AM Blended)

Text: Luke 1:46-55 The beloved song of Mary, the Magnificat, proclaims great praise and joy at God’s coming. Jesus’ birth is truly the heart of the Christmas season and the very reason we celebrate! We hear the joy of the Lord reflected in our favorite carols and we see the joy of the Lord in the face of every child! “Joy to the world, the Lord is come!”
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