Hope for a World In Turmoil: The Book of Revelation
The book of Revelation is one of the most mysterious writings in the New Testament, and it continues to speak profound truth and hope into our present. Join us at St. Paul’s beginning on Sunday, July 9, as we spend five weeks exploring this important word from the Lord – a call to remain steadfast in faith and confident in God’s power and presence in our world. This week, we’ll read the introduction to the Revelation, and what it has to tell us about Jesus Christ, “the faithful witness”. Worship begins at 10:00am at St. Paul’s (20th and Towle).
Narrative Lectionary Daily Readings
The Narrative Lectionary focuses our congregation on one Scripture reading each Sunday. Below are some suggested readings to make connections between this past Sunday’s and next Sunday’s texts or to examine related stories in Scripture (from the fine folks at www.clergystuff.com). Further resources for reflection can be found in the inserts in Sunday’s bulletin. (Updated Mondays.)
Living in God’s Grace, Week 4: Holy Communion: Grace Given and Shed for Us
Sunday, July 2 – The Lord’s Supper (1 Corinthians 11:17-34)
Monday, July 3 – The Passover Feast (Matthew 26:17-25)
Tuesday, July 4 – Institution of the Lord’s Supper (Matthew 26:26-30)
Wednesday, July 5 – The Bread of Life (I) (John 6:22-40)
Thursday, July 6 – The Bread of Life (II) (John 6:41-51)
Friday, July 7 – The Bread of Life (III) (John 6:52-59)
Saturday, July 8 – Praise the Lord! (Psalm 146)
We are Church, joined in mission for the sake of the world!
St. Paul’s partners with 245 congregations and over 100,000 Lutheran Christians as a member congregation of the Nebraska Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Click below to learn more about the ministry we share!
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is around 4,000,000 members strong, working through nearly 10,000 congregations across the United States and the Caribbean to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ for the sake of the world God made and loves. Click below to explore how the ELCA is doing “God’s Work” with “our hands” every day.