Our first quarterly Voter’s Meeting for the year is now on April 4th at 7:00 PM. We’ll also have a potluck supper before the meeting at 6:00 PM.
Based on the predicted weather for this afternoon and evening, the Voters’ Meeting for this evening, March 2st, is cancelled. We decided to cancel based on: Reed Springs School District closing their schools at 12:45 PM, March 21st. The planned dinner before the Voter’s Meeting. Any decision to cancel needed to be made before people [...]
Holy Week begins on Palm Sunday, March 24th. On Thursday, we will have a Maundy Thursday service, using a Lord’s Supper liturgy from the oldest liturgies in the New Testament Church. On Friday, we will remember our Lord’s death and the salvation He worked through that. Services times are: Palm Sunday: 9:30 AM Maundy Thursday: [...]
On Sunday, March 17th, we will commemorate St. Patrick during the Divine Service, missionary to Hibernia (today, Ireland). Patrick was born into a Christian family in Britain around the year 389. As a teenager, raiders captured him, took him to Hibernia, and sold him as a slave. After six years, he escaped and found his way to a monastery community [...]
This year’s theme for our midweek Lenten services will be “The Blessings in the Blood of Jesus.” Our sermons will be based on selected excerpts from the New Testament book of Hebrews. Service times for our Wednesday services will be at 1:00 and 7:oo PM. Our first Lenten service will be on February 13th, Ash Wednesday.
On Saturday, March 20th, 2013, at 2:00 PM, the funeral for Donald Underwood will be held at Stumpff Funeral Home in Kimberling City, MO. Donald John Underwood, lived in Cape Fair, MO, and was the son of Phillip H. and Caroline (nee Filipek) Underwood. He was born on August 29, 1935 in Chicago, IL and died [...]
This is a paper our pastor presented at the Springfield Circuit winkel of the Missouri District on January 15th, 2013. In it, he looked at prayers for those who have died in the faith (referred to simply as “the dead”) from a scriptural, confessional, and historical perspective. He also explored what we lost when we [...]
On December 25th, we will have a Divine Service of Word and Sacrament to celebrate the birth of our Lord. Jesus, the Word Himself became flesh. God and man have come together in one Person. The Infinite has become the finite. The Transcendent has become Imminent. The Creator is one with the creature. The Eternal breaks [...]