Jerome, Translator of Scripture

Commemoration of Jerome, Translator of Holy Scripture September 30 The Lord be with you Eusebius Hieronymus Sophronius, more commonly called Jerome, the Anglicized from of Hieronymus, died September 30, 420. Marking the day of his birth into glory, the Church commemorates this great saint on this day. Jerome was born

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St. Michael and All Angels

Festival of St. Michael and All Angels September 29 The Lord be with you September 29 is the Festival of St. Michael and All Angels. The name of the Archangel Michael is Hebrew and means “Who is like God?” Michael is mentioned in the Book of Daniel (10:13ff; 12:1), as

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Disaster Response Update from District

Disaster Response Update Thank you for your generous hearts and incredible acts of compassion. Your support for those who are in the midst of the hurricanes, wildfires, and earthquake is bringing hope. That hope reaches beyond those who are in the LCMS family into the neighborhoods and very lives of

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Thursdays at Noon – web-chats

THURSDAYS@NOON EVERY THURSDAY FROM 12:00-12:30 PM! Join us each and every Thursday at 12:00 pm for Thursdays@Noon! September 28: Campus Ministry Tune in to listen and learn about the interesting things that are happening on the campus of George Mason University! Vicar Christopher Conkling from Living Savior Lutheran Church in

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Webinar Today – iNeighborhood

Greetings All! Join us for our latest edition of the Jesus Central webinar this Thursday, Sept 28th at 7 pm EST as we have a conversation with David Kim with Glocal Mission and Greg Finke with Dwelling 1:14 about their experiences in neighboring with those impacted by Hurricane Harvey in

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Commemoration of Jonah

Commemoration of Jonah September 22 The Lord be with you Today we remember the prophet Jonah. A singular prophet among the many in the Old Testament, Jonah the son of Amittai was born about an hour’s walk from the town of Nazareth. The focus of his prophetic ministry was the

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Festival of St. Matthew

Festival of St. Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist September 21 The Lord be with you September 21 is the festival of St. Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist. St. Matthew, also known as Levi, identifies himself as a former tax collector, one who was therefore considered unclean, a public sinner, outcast from the

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Joseph – a sermon

The Lord be with you Today’s message is based on the Old Testament patarach Joseph. The special focus of the message is on how Joseph pointed to Jesus, especially in reference to forgiveness. Blessings in Christ, Pastor

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