"As we continue in our Lenten journey, this Sunday we will acknowledge together that when we are fearful, God is faithful. Do you also feel broken and shattered at times? We don't have to face our fears alone. In our gathered worship God promises to give us the strength to rise from the ashes. Please come." Pastor Kathy Sundays - Davenport 9am & Norman 11am
Happy Valentine's Day! Sorry that frigid temps kept us from gathering in person this Sunday. Nonetheless, here's the sermon that I wrote this week for you. May God bless and keep you and all those that you love, in these days. Amen. Pastor Kathy 1 Corinthians 13:1-13
If I speak in the languages of men and of angels,
but have not love,
I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.
If I have the gift of prophecy
and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge,
Our Lenten Offering this year will go to a local family. Garret Fenner, an 8th grader at Kindred will be leaving this week for the U of M to have both of his kidneys removed. He is on a donor transplant list and will be having dialysis three times a week until a transplant. He and his mom will be staying in Minneapolis through this. Our offering will help the family with transportation ,lodging and upcoming medical expenses. Prayer for Garret and his family!
You and your family are invited and welcome to our Ash Wednesday Worship Service this week FEBRUARY 17 @ 7 p.m. at Norman Lutheran Church. There will be a brief service for ALL (including families), Imposition of Ashes and Holy Communion.
It is almost Valentine’s Day and that means a little something different for everyone. When you are a small child it’s the excitement of creating your valentine’s day box and making cards and treats for your classmates. As a teenager it’s wondering if anyone has a crush on you or will get you a valentine. As an adult it may be looking for a significant other. If your married maybe spending extra time with your spouse. If you are widowed it may be spent thinking about the love