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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

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Refugee Sharing Story

This is a transcription of the sermon given on October 2nd by church member Toan Ong. If you prefer to listen to the sermon, you can access it on the Sermon Recordings page. The questions in bold were asked by Pastor Mike.more...

The Great Bible Dig: Day 3

Today The Great Bible Dig continues! There are over 150 excited kids having a blast playing games, listening to Bible stories, doing art projects, and growing in their faith. Today we talked about love and learned about The Greatest Commandment. What have these kids been up to with all their new VBS and Day Camp friends? Let's hear from them!more...

Greetings from Snowy Detroit!

This week Becky Cole, our Children's Ministries Director and I (Danielle Dadashi, director of high school ministries) headed off to beautiful Detroit to attend the ELCA Youth Ministry Network's annual conference called Extravaganza. The name may make it sound like a giant party, but it's actually a gathering of Children and Youth Workers from ELCA congregations across the country. We come together every year to worship and learn from one another. more...

Luz del Manana Update

For the past 3 1/2 years our congregation has partnered with Agros to sponsor Luz del Manana (Light of the Morning), a rural village in Nicaragua. Through Agros, about 25 families were given affordable loans to purchase farmland and begin a future for their families. With land, the families have been able to produce diverse crops, start small businesses, and generate income for their families' various basic needs. They have already formed an organized leadership team that represents the community and helps initiate various projects and trainings.more...

Young Adults in Global Mission

The HSLC Global Ministries Team is proud to report that we have recently begun sponsoring an ELCA Young Adults in Global Mission (YAGM) member.  Our missionary is Caity Zimmerman, who is a recent graduate of Pacific Lutheran University. Caity is on a one-year assignment in South Africa, and we are excited to walk with her on her journey through the wonders of email and social media.  If you would like to learn more about Caity and her work, please view and follow her blog.  She will also be sending quarterly newsletters, which we will share with the congregation.  Please keep Caity in your prayers as she serves the people of South Africa and the global church.  Feel free to contact the Global Ministries team for more information regarding our YAGM sponsorship.more...

Camp Unity is Coming!

tent-city-057-web.jpgCamp Unity is coming soon! It's somewhat like inviting guests to your home, and we are busy preparing for their arrival. We're inviting 70-75 guests and they are bringing most of their possessions and their temporary shelters. Our Social Justice Ministry's housing team has been working hard for the past few months in preparation. There is a lot to do, and we could use your help, so look at the volunteer opportunities for ways that you can help. Let's make our guests feel welcome; they're moving in Saturday, November 1st.more...

HSLC Housing Assistance Program awarded a Grant

Thrivent Financial Foundation has selected HSLC's Housing Assistance Program (HAP) for a $5,000 Matthew 25 award! These awards require organizations to "address the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of their neighbors." HSLC, in partnership with Hopelink, provides grants to families seeking assistance with housing needs. HSLC's HAP program identifies and assists families and individuals with housing costs such as rent, first/last month's rent deposits and utility bills. The importance of homelessness prevention cannot be overstated.more...

Nicaragua Trip Blog

Over the Summer, Holy Spirit sent a group down to Luz del Manana in Nicaragua for a week. Luz del Manana is a village we have sponsored for three years through an organization called Agros. Agros is an organization that provides loans to landless farm workers to help them buy their own property in Agros villages. They’re able to form their own communities and build a village while working their own land. Eventually, they’re able to pay back their small loans without interest and become landowners. This gives them a stepping stone out of poverty and homelessness, and gives their families a chance at a better life. more...

Our New Website

We have been working on our new website for quite some time. As you may remember, about a year ago at a congregational meeting, we talked about a new committee that had been formed to start building a new HSLC website, and we've been working ever since. At that congregational meeting, we asked for your feedback about what you would like to see in a new website. Overwhelmingly, we heard two things: easy navigation and a dynamic calendar of church events. We think we've achieved those two things, and much more!more...

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