As many of you know, Oct. 31, 2017 marks the 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther posting his Ninety-Five Theses—which many count as the beginning of Lutheran Reformation. How will we observe and remember this anniversary? Read More
This week in the What's Happening supplement, get the latest news on Coffee with Council, needs for a local refugee family, submissions to the 2016 Creation Art Gallery, tickets for the Savvy Senior Fair, work days for the CtK Community Garden,
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As we approach Reformation Sunday, there is a temptation to use the occasion to revel in how different, or special or better we are as Lutherans. Instead, let’s use this celebration to remind ourselves, as Pastor Nadia says, “What makes Lutherans blessed is not, as I once thought, that they’re different from the people in the church where I was raised. Rather, what makes us all blessed is that…God comes and gets us, taps us on the shoulder, and says, “Pay attention, this is for you.” Read More
The subtitle of this retreat is “Using heart and soul to focus on God’s calling in your life.” Participants will use photography along with meditation and gentle yoga to explore the creative potential of mind-body-spirit integration to more fully realize how God calls us and connects us to each other.
1. “When our Lord and Master, Jesus Christ, said ‘Repent’ he called for the entire life of believers to be one of repentance.” (Ninety-Five Theses, 1517)
Luther meant that faith and its Christly acts of love and service are never to be separated from real life. Faith isn’t just a hobby, it’s an entire way of life!