The 8:45 am service is our 21st Century Traditional style with organ and piano.
The 11 am service is our Service of Living Praise style with the Praise Band.
We would love to see you!
We will be having short half-hour meditative services on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm beginning on March 13th and continuing throughout Lent except for Holy Week. The other local Lutheran churches are participating in these services. There will be short dramatic readings called “Voices of Lent” featuring characters from the Bible. The service will include calming Taizé music. We invite you to make these serene yet thought-provoking services part of your Lenten routine.
Our focus this Lent is on how to better take care of our world and its resources. In that vein, we are offering “Stewardship of Creation: A Thirty Day Discipline” as a resource. It was created by Sara Olson and Brooke Petersen for the Web of Creation (www.webofcreation.org) at the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago. Download it here to read on one of your devices (save those trees!). For the less digitally-inclined, we have printed a few copies which are available at the Media Table. Look for the green cover.
This non-profit animal sanctuary in Hayward takes un-adoptable pets who have exhausted all avenues for care and gives them a forever home. HTLC’s Helping Hands kids voted in January to do a project with animals, and Helping Hands leader Marielle and her family visited Sloppy Seconds recently to see how we might collaborate in April and May. In advance of that partnership, we’d love to see HTLC throw some springtime support behind Sloppy Seconds and their mission. Learn more at www.sloppysecondsinc.org.