Monthly Archives

February 2018

Toasty Discernment

By | Event

Toasty Discernment is just around the corner! The next gathering will be on Monday, March 5th @ 8 pm at Toast in the Fallbrook neighborhood. A carpool will leave the LC at 7:30 pm. What is Toast, exactly? I’m so glad you asked. It…

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Feb 23 Lent Devo

By | Devotional, Perspective

by Keona Koster, Marketing, 2018 “I looked, and lo, the fruitful land was a desert, and all its cities were laid in ruins before the Lord, before his fierce anger.” – Jeremiah 4:26 All things beautiful have been destroyed. The land, the cities, all…

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Brown Bag Resumes

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Join us on Tuesdays at 12:30 pm starting Feb 20th. We are reading Eco-Reformation edited by Lesa Dahill & James Martin-Schramm. This book is a collection of essays by various scholars. [$37 on Amazon or $9.99 Kindle] All are welcome. ?s can be directed to Vicar…

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Feb 17 Lenten Devo

By | Devotional

by Jo Sheets, Friend of LC “So God blessed the seventh day and hallowed it, because on it God rested from all the work that he had done in creation.” – Genesis 2:3 What a strong message God sent by taking a day of…

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Haiti Trip

By | News

We’ve got some great news! The Lutheran Center is road-tripping (or is it plane-tripping?) to Jacmel, Haiti from May 7 – 14, 2018. We will be primarily working at Wings of Hope, a thriving home for disabled young people, recently rebuilt in Jacmel and…

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Ash Wednesday

By | Event

Ash Wednesday is Wednesday, February 14. The Lutheran Center will offer services @ 9 am, Noon, & 9:15 pm. Imposition of ashes will be offered at each service. All are welcome.

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Expletives & Honesty

By | Perspective

From the Archives…. A couple of years ago during finals week I heard the heavy faded blue doors of the Lutheran Center abruptly swing open as a student stepped into the lounge area of the center that’s adjacent to my office. What I heard…

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