The time after Epiphany closes this Sunday with the celebration of the Transfiguration of Our Lord. “Transfiguration” means “changed appearance”, and we read the story of Jesus ascending a mountain with his disciples, who see God’s glory visibly revealed through Jesus’ body. We’ll reflect on what it means to see God’s glory in preparation for the upcoming season of Lent. Join us this Sunday, February 23, at 10:00am!
Sunday School for all ages begins at 9:00a.m.
Worship with Holy Communion begins at 10:00a.m.
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Sunday’s Scripture Readings:
Exodus 24:12-18; 2 Peter 1:16-21; Matthew 17:1-9
Ash Wednesday Services – Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Spaghetti Dinner (hosted by St. Paul’s Youth) – 5:30pm
Worship with Holy Communion and Imposition of Ashes – 7:00pm
Time after Epiphany (Tuesday, January 6, 2020 – Tuesday, February 25, 2020)
January 6 is celebrated throughout the world as the Epiphany of Our Lord. Our English word “Epiphany” comes from a Greek word meaning “shining forth” or “manifestation”, and refers to the arrival of the Magi at the home of the infant Jesus, an event by which God’s glory was made known to “the nations”. During the weeks that follow, the church reflects on what it means to live as disciples of Jesus in light of God’s revelation to the whole world. The time after Epiphany varies in length from year to year, and runs from January 6 until the beginning of Lent, celebrated on Ash Wednesday. This time of growth is signified in the church by the use of the color green.
“We Are Lutheran” Sermon Series
Check out the links to our five-part series on the “solas” (“onlys”) of the Reforming movements that lead to the establishment of the Lutheran Christian tradition.
Week 1 – Sola Gratia (“By Grace Alone”)
Week 2 – Sola Fide (“By Faith Alone”)
Week 3 – Sola Scriptura (“By Word Alone”)
Week 4 – Solo Christo (“In Christ Alone”)
Week 5 – Soli Deo Gloria (“Glory to God Alone”)
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.