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You’ll find that Lutheran worship is often very similar to Catholic mass. The Lutheran church is part of the “liturgical tradition.”

Join us for Sundary Worship:
8:00, 9:30, 11:00am

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church is located on the corner of 100th Ave and 124th Street.

For Your Kids

Rainbow Kids (Preschool) available during 9:30am service

K - 5 available during the 9:30am and 11am services

Time 4 Tweens (6th Grade) available during 9:30am service

Breakfast Club (Jr & Sr High) available during 11am service

Adult Education

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Holy Spirit Lutheran Church provides a wide range of opportunities to challenge and nurture our Christian faith through lectures, readings, discussions, and other activities. Childcare is always available for evening classes. We accept donations to cover the cost of staffing.

 

Crossways Bible Study (Pr. Mike Anderson) Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m starting September 20th

Pastor Mike will lead another Crossways Bible Study class focused on the New Testament beginning Wednesday night, September 20, 7:00 to 8:30. This class is open to all, including those who have not yet taken the Old Testament portion of the class, so please join us. No registration is required; just show up on September 20th.  This year we plan to video record the class and post it on our website. Also, this New Testament focused class will not be offered again for at least three years. Learn more about the class here.

 

The Reformation 500

 

Grief Support Group (Rev. Rita Anderson) Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. for 6 weeks September 21-October 26th

There are all kinds of losses in life that can cause us to grieve. Some of the them include: loss of a job or income; loss of physical abilities through accident or illness that make it difficult, if not impossible, to do the things once enjoyed; loss that comes from divorce; and loss that comes when someone we love dies. If you are grieving, please join this six-week grief support group facilitated by Pastor Rita Anderson. The group will meet September 21st through October 26th 1:00-3:00pm

 

 

Lutheran Voices ( Dr. Cynthia Moe-Lobeda)  Saturday, November 4th 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m

Cynthia Moe-Lobeda, Ethics Professor at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary (Berkeley) will be sharing her thoughts on the role of the church in speaking out on the structural sins being committed via the built-in economic exploitation of other people and God’s good but finite creation; the spiritual source of love, courage and discernment needed to challenge the status quo. This will include the very active role Martin Luther played in challenging the economic and social issues of his day. Her two most recent books include “Resisting Structural Evil” and “The Subversive Luther” The Forgotten Luther: Reclaiming the Social-Economic Dimension of the Reformation. (Ed. Carter Lindberg and Paul Wee.) Childcare available.

 

 

“Radical Lutherans, Lutheran Radicals”: A follow up to Cynthia Moe-Lobedas Presentation Thursdays, November 9, 16 and 30th at 7:00 p.m.-8:30 pm

Can a Lutheran be sociopolitically radical? Can a radical be theologically and faithfully Lutheran? The answer is yes. The 3 sessions will reflect on Professor Moe-Lobeda’s presentation and the book “Radical Lutherans, Lutheran Radicals, written by teacher-scholars from five ELCA colleges that follows Martin Luther, Soren Kierkegaard, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Dorothee Soelle, and others as they sink deep roots in the Lutheran Christian tradition while simultaneously resisting the status quo with their words, their deeds, and sometimes their very lives. The book highlights theological themes popularized by Luther (justification by grace, two-kingdoms thinking, theology of the cross, and vocation) and then shows how these theological staples--when deeply and creatively retrieved--can inform political protest, intentional living, and other countercultural movements. The compelling claim throughout is that Luther's theology at its root has resources for radical political participation and social transformation, as exemplified by the writings and lives of these radical Lutherans/Lutheran radicals. Childcare available.

 

 

Falling Upward: A Reading Group with Pastor Larry Morris: Mondays – Sept. 25 through November 9th, 7:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m

Come Along! This fall, a group of us will gather and read through the book Falling Upward: A Spirituality of the Two Halves of Life” by Richard Rohr. Rohr writes clearly and powerfully about grace and struggle. More than a book read, this will become a journey of self-discovery and renewal. We will share our own experiences in ways that will deepen your experience of life itself. Share as much as you want or just come and be. (You will need to purchase the book on your own. The book is only in hardback or e-book. Don’t buy the workbook.)  

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