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Monthly archive for March 2016

Kingdom, Grace, Judgement – Class 1

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Sermon for Easter Sunday 2016

S. Easter Sunday.16 “The Difference Between Believing and Marveling” Luke 24:1-12 Someone asked me a very good question about our Old Testament reading last week. He said: “If this is heaven, how come people are dying at all, even at 100?” I asked why he thought it

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Sermon for the Sunday of the Passion 2016

S. Passion Sunday.16 “Seeing Jesus” John 12:20-43 So, did the Greeks ever get an answer to their request? That’s my question. I think John wants it to be yours. It seems a simple request on the surface: “Sir, we wish to see Jesus.” Philip tells it to

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Matthew – Class 18

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Matthew – Class 17

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Sermon for the 5th Sunday in Lent 2016

S. Lent 5.16 “Stories” Luke 20-9-20 It was probably never a very good plan. Does it sound good to you? Let’s think on this for a minute: you’re in the wine business. You’ve leased this vineyard (at excellent terms—a little sample of the mature wine) and it

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Matthew – Class 16

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Sermon for the 4th Sunday in Lent 2016

S. Lent 4.16 “Prodigals” Luke 15:1-3, 11-32 This is a riotously popular parable, especially with modern Americans; and I’ve never understood why… Because it violates the cardinal rule of modern American society, at least the upper end of that society—never invade capital! This is actually a British

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March 2016 Newsletter

March 2016 Newsletter

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Wednesday, 21  November 2018

Thanksgiving Service – with Communion

7:00 p.m.

25 November – Last Sunday of the Church Year

8:30 Divine Service with Communion

11:00 Matins

9:45 Sunday School – children ages 3 through high school

Adult Bible Class with Pastor Martin


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.