Were you left feeling empty this Valentine's Day? 

If you were disappointed that you didn't get hearts, flowers, or candy on Valentine's Day, check out this blog on the CPH website for a reminder of just how incredibly loved we are. 

What's Going On?

Check the Mark Your Calendar page or click on the link(s) below for more information.
Ascension notifies Fox-4 TV for information about delays or cancellations. 
For daily devotions and Bible readings, check Lutheran Hour Ministry Daily Devotions

 

       null 

    February 17     "Lutheran Hour Ministry" Sunday

  • Celebrating 101 years of bring Christ to the nations and the nations to church

    February 22     Movie Night (Family Life Center, 6:00)

  • "Do You Believe?" movie - 2015 - Challenges believers to boldly carry the cross and live out their faith in love, forgiveness, kindness, service and sacrifice. From the writers of God's Not Dead
  • Refreshments provided - Homemade SOUP and snacks

          March  2     "Ignite the Funding for Heit's Point" (3:00 concert, 5:00 dinner)

  • St. Matthew in Lee's Summit
  • RSVP by February 18                                  

          March  6      Ash Wednesday

  • The Cross in the Psalms: A Look at the Passion of Our Lord Jesus through The Psalms

          March  9      Senior Saturday (11:00 - 1:00)

  • “Making your home ‘senior’ ready” - functional home living with beauty
  • Planning ahead to accommodate senior living needs

          March  9      Taste The Commitment

        

Sunday Services
8:00 and 10:45 a.m

Sunday School and Bible Class 9:30 a.m.

February 17 - 6th Sunday after Epiphany

Christians Live by Faith in Christ and Rejoice in the Promise of His Resurrection

 “Cursed is the man who trusts in man,” for all the strength of his flesh is like the grass that fades away (Jer. 17:5).

The one who turns away from the Lord may have food and money and laugh for now, but he “shall mourn and weep” in the judgment (Luke 6:24–25). But “the man who trusts in the Lord is blessed with all that he needs, “like a tree planted by water.” When heat comes, he survives (Jer. 17:7–8).

For the Lord has come in the flesh to heal the people of all their diseases, to cleanse their spirits with forgiveness, and to preach the Gospel of the kingdom of God to the poor (Luke 6:18–20). As all of this is by way of His cross, it is solely by faith in the promise of His resurrection that Christians “rejoice” and “leap for joy” (Luke 6:21–23).

“If Christ has not been raised,” our faith is in vain and we are most to be pitied (1 Cor. 15:14–19). But, in fact, just as “Christ died for our sins,” so has He also “been raised from the dead” (1 Cor. 15:3, 20).

February 24 - 7th Sunday after Epiphany

As the Son of God Is Merciful and Forgives Your Sins, You Also Be Merciful and Forgive

 Your inheritance as a child of Adam is sin and death, but in Christ you are made alive through His resurrection from the dead (1 Cor. 15:21–22). As you have died with Him in Holy Baptism, so are you raised with Him to newness of life. Therefore, “do not go on sinning” (1 Cor. 15:34).

Instead of serving your desires and harming your neighbors, live as “sons of the Most High,” and “be merciful, even as your Father is merciful” (Luke 6:35–36). Deal with others as you would have others deal with you (Luke 6:31, 37–38). As Christ loved you when you were at enmity with Him, as He blessed and prayed for those who abused Him, and as He did good to those who hated Him and hurt Him, so also “love your enemies, do good” (Luke 6:27–29, 35). For God sent His Son to bear the cross and suffer death, not to condemn the guilty, but “to preserve life.”

So does He provide a place for you within His Church, where He is near and deals kindly with “you and your children and your children’s children” (Gen. 45:510).

Contact us:

Phone 816.358.1919
Email info@ascensionlckc.org
Address 4900 Blue Ridge Blvd.
Kansas City, MO 64133

https://unite-production.s3.amazonaws.com/tenants/ascensionlutherankc/pictures/153130/LCMS_muted_blue.png

  A Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (LCMS) Congregation

Pages