RESOURCES for WORSHIP and MEDITATION

Preparing for Sunday Worship

An archive of Pastor Lemmermann's recorded short messages on the readings during the pandemic are posted on his Facebook page or his YouTube channel:  hiseyeonthesparrow

For Youth and Children

Higher Things - Dare to Be Lutheran, Resources to assist parents, pastors, and congregations in cultivating a distinctly Lutheran identity among their youth and young adults.

The Bible Project, a nonprofit animation studio that produces short-form, fully animated Bible videos and other Bible resources to make the biblical story accessible to everyone, everywhere.

Get the app for The Bible Project.

Lutheran Public Radio

Lutheran Public Radio brings sacred music to the world 24/7. Although there is no local Kansas City radio station broadcasting, listen online at https://lutheranpublicradio.org/ or with the app on your smart phone.

The station offers daily chapel, Christ-centered current events podcast Issues, Etc., and assorted publications.

Sunday School and Bible Study

Children meet during the worship service for a short Sunday school class. They begin worship with their families in church and are dismissed before the sermon, rejoining their families once again after church for a blessing during communion.

Walt Little’s Wednesday Bible study has resumed.

Pastor Stolle's Friday morning Bible study has resumed.

Doug Rinas will be leading a Sunday morning Bible study beginning January 9.  The new Bible Study is Out of Nothing:  The Word, Creation and Faith.   Do you have an answer to the question “What came first, the chicken or the egg”?  Beginning January 16, 2022, we will start a 5-week devotion study by Rev. Steve Misch, a pastor who has served in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod since 1982. In this Bible study, we will consider theories of evolution, the plausibility of random chance, man’s spiritual and physical nature, and how God’s creation and salvation are intrinsically linked in the person of Jesus Christ. 

 

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