Messiah Lutheran’s church-wide “E100:The Essential One-Hundred Bible Reading Plan” kicked off for all ages during the January 11th Sunday School hour. “E100,” which has an accompanying guidebook for both adults and children, guides participants towards deeper knowledge and understanding of the world’s greatest book, through daily weekday readings, prayer, personal reflection and discussion.
(excerpt from Sunday Bulletin, Dec 14th, 2014) On December 17th, 1989, after worshipping for eight months, the mission start at Messiah Lutheran took that first critical step toward being an organized Congregation. Then worshiping in the United Rubber Workers’ Union Hall Auditorium, 113 brave souls signed their names or inked their fingers (if they were
Messiah’s 16th Annual Ring and Sing Concert took place on Sunday, December 14th. The concert featured the musical talents of Messiah’s several handbell groups, the adult choir, the Luthermen quartet and the church’s instrumental ensemble. The event was emceed by Rhonda Gaede, who also serves as the director for the church’s handbell choir, Notabella. Notabella,
Fourteen Chili Recipes Competed for Annual Trophy The annual Messiah Lutheran Chili Cookoff featured fourteen delicious recipes made by members and youth in the congregation. Upon their arrival to the Parish Hall, the entries were carefully numbered in the kitchen so that judges could sample and also mark their tasting cups to track which
The Older Wiser Lutherans or OWLS as they are known are a loosely knit group of folks (over 50 years of age) who get together once a month for an activity. These activities vary from a Potluck at the church, Sunday brunch at a restaurant, a visit to the Botanical Garden, to attending the “Living