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Monthly archive for December 2014

Romans – 33

This class is only 21 minutes in length due to technical issues.

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Sermon for Holy Innocents, Martyrs 2014

S. Holy Innocents, Martyrs.14 “Never Say Goodbye…” Matt 2:13-18 It was a different time, you understand: 15th, 16th century England, in the city of Coventry to be exact (only about 40 miles from Stratford on Avon, where that Shakespeare guy lived). They had a tradition going back

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Sermon for Christmas Day 2014

S. Christmas Day.14 “Don’t Make Me Come Over There” John 1:1-18 “Don’t make me come over there…” you’ve heard it said, probably, (though almost certainly less than I’ve heard it said). I myself can still recall the tone in my mother’s voice (with mom, it’s all about

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Sermon for Christmas Eve 2014

S. Christmas Eve.14 “Believing is Seeing” Luke 2:1-20 It is Christmas Eve—the Advent of our King. But what did you come here tonight expecting, exactly? Do expect to see Him, to meet Him, really, truly—this night, or tomorrow in the morning light? Or are you here tonight,

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Sermon for the 4th Sunday in Advent 2014

S. Advent 4.14 “Just Like Mary” Luke 1:26-38 We don’t talk much about Mary in the Lutheran Church. The topic of Mary is usually about as welcome a discussion in our fellowship as having the IRS take a close look at your last tax return, or a

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Romans – 32

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Sermon for the 3rd Sunday in Advent

S. Advent 3.14 “Getting It Straight” John 1:6-8, 19-28 So, let me get this straight, Mr. John the Baptist or whoever you are: you are not the Christ? “No, sir.” And you’re not Elijah? “No, sir.” And you’re not the Prophet? “No, sir.” Yet, you are the

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Romans – 31

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Sermon for the 2nd Sunday in Advent 2014

S. Advent 2.14 “And Sometimes It’s Worked”  Mark 1:1-8 Begin at the very beginning; it’s a very good place to start. And that’s exactly where we find ourselves this morning—at the beginning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, near the beginning of our Advent season. We actually

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21 October 2018

22nd Sunday after Pentecost

8:30 Matins

11:00 Divine Service with Communion

9:45 Sunday School

Adult Bible Class with Pastor

Reformation Sunday – October 28 

Festival service at 8:30 & 11:00 DS w/Communion


Our Savior Lutheran Church is a confessional Lutheran church in Raleigh, North Carolina, belonging to the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

We are located at: 1500 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27608.

For directions, use 742 Nash Street, Raleigh.