Fourth Sunday After Epiphany
|Entrance Hymn||LBW 237||O God of Light|
|Hymn of the Day||LBW 393||Rise,Shine, You People!|
|Distribution Hymn||LBW 360||O Christ, the Healer, We Have Come|
|LBW 504||O God, My Faithful God|
|Sending Hymn||LBW 559||Oh, For a Thousand Tongues to Sing|
In our prayers on Sunday we remember New Moms, a grass-roots agency in Northwest Chicago which serves at-risk adolescent parents and their children with mentoring, case management services, life skills training, parenting education, and supportive housing.
Contemplation: A Survey of the Contemplative Tradition and an Introduction to Centering Prayer. The first session in a two-part series on contemplation begins with a historical survey of Christian contemplative traditions, including individuals and communities of significance, and explores how Luther, Lutheranism and contemplative prayer overlap. The speaker is David Webb, M.Ed, S.T.M., Interim Youth and Family Coordinator at St. Mark Lutheran Church in Mount Prospect. He will also present an introduction to centering prayer, a receptive method of silent prayer.
The Bible study group meets in the Conference room.
Sunday School students meet in the third-floor school commons. Confirmation students meet in their classrooms.
The Grace Church library is open and staffed on Sundays from 8:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. You'll find books for adults and children on a variety of faith-related subjects.
Adult Education schedule for February
Sunday School and Confirmation calendar
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