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Advent Midweek Vespers II December 13, 2017

  Advent MW 2.17 “Ask Not What You Can Do For God…” Is. 61 It is one of the most beloved and oft-quoted parts of the bible, this 61st chapter of Isaiah. It demonstrates that Jesus has literally been around forever, not just from the birth in

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Second Sunday Advent

Advent 2.17 “Baptizing in the Wilderness” Mark 1:1-8 It’s not the way we would do it now, is it? Think about it for a minute. If you were God (blasphemous thought, but that’s part of the problem, those kind of thoughts, so let’s tackle them right now,

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Advent Midweek Vespers 1 Dec. 6, 2017

Advent MW 1.17 “Speak to… Jerusalem” Is. 40:1-11 I’ve often said that a confusion in modern Christendom about mission and how it’s carried out is one of our biggest problems. Quite honestly, if you look at the last 50 years when the modern view of missions really

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First Sunday Advent

Advent 1.17 “The Advent of our King” Mark 11:1-10 OK, I admit, I never get tired of this one, even though it comes up a lot. You’re maybe wondering, “Wait, why do we have the Palm Sunday Gospel for today? It’s not Palm Sunday is it?” Well,

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Last Sunday of the Church Year

Last Sunday.17 “The End” Matt. 25:31-46 So, is the Last Day a good thing or a bad thing? Easy question, Lutherans. “Yes!” of course. It is a good thing and a bad thing. Our reading last week from Zephaniah emphasized the dark side: “the noise of the

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Thanksgiving Eve Vespers 11.22.17

Thanksgiving.17 “The Eternal Return” Luke 17:11-19 So, why did he come back? The leper in our Gospel, that is. Why did he return? To what end? And you’re like, “Well, duh, Pastor, just what it says: “to give thanks” which, being a Thanksgiving service, is the obvious

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23rd Sunday after Pentecost 2017

S. Pentecost 23.17 “It’s the oil, duh…!” Matt 25:1-13 You know it’s a great Gospel, one of the very best, because the greatest hymn ever written “Wake, Awake For Night Is Flying” is based on it. I wouldn’t want to say your taste in hymnody says everything

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All Saints Sunday

S. All Saints.17 Please click on link for text

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Reformation Sunday – 500th Anniversary of Reformation

  S. Reformation.17 Please click on the link for text

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20th SA Pentecost

S. Pentecost 20.17 [Please click on link for text]

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Services

Advent Vespers –

Wednesday, 15 December 7:00 p.m.

17  December 2017

3rd Sunday Advent

8:30 Matins

11:00 Divine Service with Communion

9:45 – Sunday School and Adult Bible class

Classes for ages 3 and up

Advent Vespers – Wednesdays – 7:00 p.m.

December 6, 13, 20

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service – DS w/Comm

7:00 p.m  24 December 2017

Christmas Day Service – DS w/Communion

11:00 a.m.  25 Christmas 2017

Location

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.