We pray that the Lord would “Give us this day our daily bread.” Throughout the week at Ascension, He answers that prayer. While Sunday morning Divine Service is the main entrée of your week, He ever provides the manna of His Word to tide you over. And what better way to receive this food for your soul than to gather with your church family. Private Confession is available 30 minutes prior to each Daily Office.
Days & Times:
Evening Prayer: Wednesdays at 6:00 P.M.
Vespers: Thursdays at 3:00 P.M.
Matins: Fridays at 9:00 A.M.
Location: Church sanctuary
Law and Gospel. Judgment and grace. Freedom and bondage. These are just a few of the powerful themes St. Paul mentions in his letter to the Christians at Rome. Masterfully, he uses such images to paint a vivid portrait of salvation in Christ Jesus. Come, uncover the beautiful picture of what life now looks like on account of your Savior.
Day & Time: Sundays at 9:00 A.M.
Location: Church fellowship hall
The classics of literature serve as cautionary tales. They have much to teach us about ourselves, and warn us what can happen if we’re not careful. Each month you are invited to attend and discuss the moral of each of the following books:
Day & Time: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson
Sunday, June 27 at 3:00 P.M.
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Sunday, July 25 at 3:00 P.M.
Dracula by Bram Stoker
Sunday, August 22 at 3:00 P.M.
Location: Pastor Miller’s home (address in directory)
Once again, we are teaming up with Stepping Stone, a mission to aid the homeless in Atlanta. From now through May 16, we are collecting clothing and toiletry items. You may drop them off in the clearly marked bin in the church office. New and used items to be collected are as follows:
o Underwear and socks (new only, please)
o Shoes and boots
o Sweatshirts and sweaters
o Coats and jackets
o Gloves and mittens
o Sleeping bags
o Travel size toiletries
o Plastic Ziploc bags
How do I pay the bills? How do I find a job that motivates and inspires. What should I major in at college? Why is my family life in such shambles? How do I live a life of meaning and significance? Am I really living the life God has created uniquely for me?
Unlike Noah or Paul, most of us won’t receive answers to these questions directly from God. This doesn’t mean, however, that God does not guide us to those choices that will give our life significance.
The Holy Spirit enables us to live the life God created uniquely for us. As we use the resources God places at our disposal, rely on His forgiveness when we stumble, and walk hand in hand with God, He will show us what it means to live a life of significance.
The basis of this study is Kurt Senske’s The Calling: Living a Life of Significance. Copies are available for just $20. Please contact Pastor Miller to obtain yours.
Day & Time: To be determined
Location: Church overflow room
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