Worship this Sunday 7/12!
Join in a virtual coffee & fellowship following the worship service, starting at 9:45. Zoom meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86470442646. This link is recurring and will be used every week.
This Sunday is the 6th Sunday after Pentecost. Join us online at 9am! You can find the bulletin for July 12 on our website. The music is printed in the back. Readings for Sunday 7/12: Lessons: Isiah 55:10-13 & Psalm 65:1-13 Gospel: Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23
Music for Sunday 7/12: Opening Hymn: "We Plow the Fields and Scatter" (ELW #681) Gospel Acclamation: "Lord, Let My Heart be Good Soil" Hymn of the Day: "As the Grains of Wheat" (ELW #465) Closing Hymn: "Build Us Up, Lord" (ELW #670) Pastor Mark Rydberg will be preaching this Sunday while Pastor David is on vacation, and Claire will be giving a special children's message while Julie is out of town (visiting her new grandbaby!). Special music has been prepared for this Sunday, by Mary Kay, Claire, Kira and Megan. Not all are able to perform on Sunday, so it has been pre-recorded. Mary B. will be reading. Richard C. will play the organ.
Join us on facebook live at 9:00 am or watch the replay on the website afterwords. An updated bulletin for this Sunday can be found on the website. If you already have a Sunday bulletin at home, you may follow along with that as well, as the updated bulletin follows the same basic format. About worship Sunday 7/12 (a good one for all you farmers/gardeners!): God’s word is like the rain that waters the earth and brings forth vegetation. It is also like the sower who scatters seed indiscriminately. Our lives are like seeds sown in the earth. Even from what appears to be little, dormant, or dead, God promises a harvest. At the Lord’s table we are fed with the bread of life, that we may bear fruit in the world. (sundaysandseasons)
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Have a GREAT Weekend! St. Peter's Lutheran Staff