Has Easter faded?

Sometime after Jesus' resurrection. Peter.and several disciples were together. Suddenly Peter said, "I am going fishing" (John 21:3). Why? Some speculate that the disciples thought this "Jesus thing" was over, or that Peter was simply bored and had to get back to something familiar. I wonder whether Peter just had to slow down and thing about all that had happened. I do that. When events have moved so swiftly that I haven't had time to put them into perspective, it helps to take a walk in the woods or to work in the yard while I think them through.

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Pastor Joshua Ponders - May Newsletter ...

One question I get almost yearly is why do the confirmation students have to do the questions and answers? There are a whole host of answers to this. One answer, which is by no means least, is I had to do it and I imagine if you grew up Lutheran, you did too. The power of tradition, the idea of a rite of passage, is a powerful identity idea. Where would we be as a people if we had none of these identity markers? And our hope is that when these confirmation students grow up they will demand the same rite of passage for their children.

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VBS - 2017

Vacation Bible School is quickly approaching! The year it will be June 12-16 from 6-8pm with a light supper before, beginning at 5:30pm.  The theme is "A Mighty Fortress"!  In preparation for VBS, Suzanne Bahr will be working with the students to construct a Castle Church, like the one on which Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses to start the Protestant Reformation.  Please bring any boxes you may have, especially LARGE ones, to Suzanne's Sunday School room - upstairs across from the fellowship hall!   THANKS!

Upcoming Events

Wed May 31 @ 6:30AM - 07:30AM
Wed May 31 @ 9:00AM - 09:30AM
Morning Matins
Wed May 31 @ 6:00PM - 07:00PM
Bible Study
Wed May 31 @ 7:30PM - 09:00PM

Worship Times

Every Sunday Morning at 8:30 AM and 11:00 AM
Wednesday: Matins at 9 AM

Our Location

310 South Tremont Dr.
Greensboro, NC 27403
Phone: (336) 272-5321
Fax:(336) 272-5320