Rosa Young Rosebud Sunday

You are invited to Christ Lutheran Church in Rosebud, AL to celebrate the life of Rosa Young and Black Ministry.  Sept 24, 2017, 10am, Graveside Memorial 10:30am, Worship 12pm , Lunch on the grounds to follow.  GPS Coordinates N31.934417,W87.151944

Planting Seeds and Praying They Take Root

On September 9th – 10th, Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd seized an opportunity for outreach at the annual Seafood Festival. The festival was heavily attended this year, with not only the regular attendees but all of the hotels and motels were booked with folks evacuating from Hurricane Irma. The festival weather was outstanding.

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Growing the Body of Christ

An important function of churches today is to bring the local community into the body of Christ. Grace Lutheran Church in Pensacola, FL, has recently hired John Hanke as our Family Life Coordinator. John brings to us years of experience working with Lutheran churches.

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Back in Full Swing

Things are back in full swing at Grace in Huntsville, AL. We welcome our new pastor and his family to our congregation. Rev. Russ Gipson was installed at an installation service on Sunday, July 30th, followed by a celebratory dinner reception. We are happy to see an increased attendance at our worship services!

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Christ the King Welcomes New Pastor

Rev. Eric Klemme was installed as the pastor of Christ the King Lutheran Church in Natchitoches, LA, on Sunday, August 13th, at 4:00 p.m. Congregational president, Ken Stevens, welcomed everyone to the service.

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Blessing Bags for Victims of Domestic Violence

Zenobia Bridges Washington recently spearheaded one of the first mission outreach projects for 2017 at Calvary Lutheran Church in Baton Rouge, LA. Rev. Gary Peterson is the pastor of Calvary. Members of the congregation contributed and provided 50 individual Blessing Bags filled with basic hygienic supplies for women and children who have escaped situations of domestic violence and abuse within their households.

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