On October 31st we celebrate The Reformation. On that date in 1517, a Monk named Martin Luther nailed a list of 95 theses to the door of The Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. They were issues he wished to call into debate with the Roman Catholic Church. Luther could no longer stay silent regarding the […]
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Due to expected coming weather conditions, all activities for Trinity and Concordia have been cancelled for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Ash Wednesday service will be held online at 7 pm on Wednesday the 22nd.
All Saints Day
On November 1st we celebrate All Saints Day. It is also sometimes referred to as the Commemoration of the Faithful Departed. “Saints” are all true believers on earth and in heaven, both living and dead. However, in the Lutheran Confessions, the departed ones do not hold a higher “position” in the Church. We do not […]
Epiphany is both a day and a season on the church calendar. The day is January 6th; the season is the time between the close of the Christmas season and the beginning of Lent. “Epiphany” means “an appearance, a showing forth, or a shining revelation”. Though the world pays little attention, for Christians it is an important […]