This week is the Third Sunday of Easter. We invite you to find bread or crackers, wine or grape juice (or any morsel of food and sip of liquid) in your house and celebrate Holy Communion with all of us. Click here to view the service.
The worship video for this Sunday, April 19, can be found here.
This week is the Second Sunday of Easter and the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. We are once again sharing the meal of Holy Communion. We invite you to find bread or crackers, wine or grape juice (or any morsel of food and sip of liquid) in your house and celebrate God’s meal with all of us.
Christ is risen! Christ is risen, indeed! Alleluia! Alleluia!
Deep thanks to David Sims, Ann Schrooten, Pastor Angela Khabeb, and the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Children’s Choir, who all enliven today’s festival worship service. After the shelter-in-place order was declared, we stumbled upon Easter Sunday recordings from 2017, which allow us to be surrounded by the community’s voices, even as we sing in isolation.
Click here to participate in Easter Sunday worship: https://vimeo.com/406395021. (This is a simple video link. Just click and watch.) We are celebrating Holy Communion. We invite you to find bread or crackers, wine or grape juice (or any morsel of food and sip of liquid) in your house and celebrate God’s meal with all of us.
Member, friend, and visitor, wherever you are on your journey of faith, we are glad that you are here. Together we remember that even at the grave we make our song: Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!
Keeping vigil on Easter eve is an ancient practice for the church. The liturgy is multifaceted, rich, and playful. Twelve readings are appointed, not all of which are read each year, but as a whole they lift up some of the greatest moments of the history of God’s salvific work. This year, we hear: “In the Beginning” sung by Ann Schrooten; “Deliverance at the Red Sea” told by Rob and Sharon Englund; “The Valley of Dry Bones” told by Scott and Stephanie Cole; “Deliverance from the Fiery Furnace” told by John and Kay Buzza; and “The Resurrection Story” from the Gospel of Matthew.
The Easter Vigil worship service can be found here: https://vimeo.com/405939910