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HAPPY NEW YEAR! May you be blessed by God’s grace in 2015!
From Pastor Ed: My Schedule: Now we are working with my retirement in place schedule and it will be a time of learning for all of us. My hours per week are to be 18, 5 of which will occur on Sunday morning. My plan for this week is to be in the office on Monday through the day, at conference meeting and lunch on Tuesday, then the remainder of the afternoon in the office, and some work on Thursday morning from home. BUT should you have need of conversation and / or prayer, call me on my cell phone (724-272-2683), and whatever my hours you will have my focus.
The true light has come into the world in the Word made flesh and has restored us to right relationship with God and one another. Let us with joy celebrate the coming of the Word made flesh in the babe born in a manager that we shall know life abundant!
O God, who makes us glad with the yearly remembrance of the birth of your only Son Jesus Christ: Grant that as we joyfully receive Him for our Redeemer, so we may with sure confidence behold him when he shall come to be our Judge; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, world without end. Amen
A very strong aspect of our baptismal life in Christ is a commitment to and a practice of prayer for others. Place your Prayer Bowl petition in the offering plate or in one of the small wooden prayer bowls located in the sanctuary and throughout the building.
Come for Sabbath Rest each Sunday that you might be refreshed in the Lord Jesus Christ & His Spirit, resting from the cares and concerns of your life, in the hope and presence of God.
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church has been called to offer a HOME IN CHRIST where people can:
- HEAR God’s Word
- LEARN Christ’s Way, and
- SERVE the hurts and hopes of our community
|Stewardship Thought for This Week:“There can be no doubt that this possessive clinging to things is one of the most harmful habits in the Christian life. Because it is so natural, it is rarely recognized for the evil that it is. But its’ out-workings are tragic.” A.W. Tozer
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