Thoughts for Worship
July 24, 2016
Worship is a time for us to come together as the family of God.
Join us this Sunday at 10 a.m.!
All are welcome in this place!
Our Saviour's Lutheran Church
370 Junipero Ave.
Long Beach, CA
Persistence in prayer evoked the admiration of Jesus and wins the attention of the Lord when Abraham intercedes for Sodom. The life of the baptized—to be rooted and built up in Christ Jesus the Lord—is to be rooted in prayer. God hears and answers prayer and so strengthens God’s own.
“When I called, you answered me; you increased my strength within me.”
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Following Jesus the Light of the World
Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church
August 1—5, 2016
Ages? 3 to 10 years
Cost? Free Admission
Questions? Call (562) 434-7400
We welcome you to our family of faith, a growing spiritual community rooted in the Lutheran Christian tradition and with an eye on formulating faith for our future. Located just four blocks from the beach, and situated between the historic neighborhoods of Bluff Park, Carroll Park and Alamitos Beach, Our Saviour’s has played a prominent role in the growth and development of the City of Long Beach over the last eight decades.
Our Saviour's strives to reach out to our very diverse community and to reflect that diversity in our worshiping congregation. We are a Reconciling in Christ congregation. Whoever you are, and wherever you may be on your spiritual journey, we know you will find a place here among us!
ALL ARE WELCOME to come and celebrate with us at our 10:00 am service. Our service is a traditional liturgical service. Come and listen to Pastor James Proper’s inspirational message. Our music director and organist Dr. Patricia Hannifan orchestrates our beautiful music program.
Holy Communion celebrated every Sunday. All Christians are welcome to receive Holy Communion. Children who have not as yet begun communing may accompany their parents and receive a blessing. Please join us for refreshments in the fellowship hall following our worship service.
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Sundays after Pentecost:
Green is used, to indicate our growth in faith as we follow the teachings and ministry of Christ. Some assemblies use differing shades of green throughout the Sundays after Pentecost, a lighter green in summer and a darker green in fall.
This information is taken from a document titled "What is the Meaning and use of Laturgical Colors" located on www.elca.org
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Updated July 27, 2016