(Wednesday Night Worship at 5:30 p.m. Soup and Sandwich follows)
Joseph in the Bible was the overconfident younger son of Jacob. He was known to his older brothers as their father’s favorite. For this reason his 10 older brothers conspired against the boy and sold him to slave traders, while telling their father the boy had been mauled by an animal. Joseph had been given dreams of God’s plan for his life; so with confidence and strength, he endured in this amazing story in Genesis.
As we walk through this very familiar story in the book of Genesis 37-50, we will also be watching the stage play version of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
February 10—Ash Wednesday worship —”Families, Good and Bad”
February 17—”The Dreamer”
February 24—”Tell Me Joseph, what does this dream mean.”
March 2—”Tough Days in Canaan”
March 9—”To forgive or not to Forgive”
March 16—”Together at Last”
May this familiar story become new to you and may you be blessed as you travel once more with Jacob, Joseph and his brothers.
A Journey Toward More Abundant Life for All
(Sunday morning 9:00 a.m. Worship)
In the book Worship Matters: An Introduction to Worship, an ex-ploration of Lutheran worship begins with the premise that we are both/and people. We are simultaneously sinner and saint. Our gospel lesson on Ash Wednesday asks us to contemplate —”Where is your treasure?” Walk together with us on Sunday mornings as we walk Step by Step with Jesus.
February 14—Opening our Eyes
February 21—Opening our Ears
February 28—Opening our Hands
March 6—Opening our Hearts
March 13—Opening our Lives
This journey is rich with promise and direction for our daily lives. As we travel toward more abundant life in Jesus will use a paper labyrinth each week as a spiritual practice.