If you are unable to attend in-person worship we offer Livestreaming of our Sunday worship services. The Livestream service is recorded and the recorded videos are listed below. These videos are also available on our YouTube channel in their entirety for spiritual reflection and the opportunity to fully experience worship.

Livestream Video, Sunday February 5th, 2023

Dear Friends in Christ,

Grace and peace to you this night!

Join us tomorrow for worship at 10am (in person and via livestream), as Pastor Jeff preaches from Matthew 7:1-12. The choir will sing a lovely anthem, “For the Bread,” by Brian Wren. We also have the joy of celebrating communion together tomorrow, as Pastor Kara presides at the Lord’s Table.

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Livestream Worship, Sunday, January 22nd, 2023

Join us tomorrow for worship at 10am (in person and via Livestream), as Pastor Laura preaches her final sermon with us from John 10:11-18, “Beautiful Shepherd and Joyful Sheep.” During the service, we will recognize PL as a congregation and then will invite you to join us afterward for cake and ice cream (from Graeter’s which is based in Cincinnati, PL’s hometown).
It is also Pastor Kara’s first Sunday leading worship with us as our new Associate Pastor! It’s been great to have Kara and Laura working together until Laura’s contract ends on January 31.
Friends, you are loved and never alone! See you in the church and the world.
With gratitude and love in Christ,
Pastor Jeff

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Livestream Worship, Sunday, January 8th, 2023

Join us tomorrow for a very special worship service at 10 am (in person and via Livestream), as we welcome the Rev. Kara Smith-Laubenstein, our Associate Pastor candidate, to our pulpit! We have been praying for our faithful APNC for the past eleven months and we are thrilled to have reached this important moment by God’s grace.

Tomorrow in worship we also celebrate Epiphany and will distribute “Star Gifts” for you to ponder in the year ahead. It’s now the sixth year we’ve been doing this as a congregation.

Friends, you are loved and never alone! See you in the church and the world.

With gratitude and love in Christ,
Pastor Jeff

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Livestream Worship Sunday, January 1st, 2023

Prayer of the Day: New Year
Eternal God,
you have placed us in a world of space and time,
and through the events of our lives, you bless us with your love.

Grant that in the new year we may know your presence,
see your love at work,
and live in the light of the event that gives us joy forever –
the coming of your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord,
who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and forever. Amen.

— posted on the website of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

Join us this Sunday, January 1, for worship (in person and via Livestream) at 10 am.
On Sunday, January 8th we eagerly anticipate Epiphany and Star Gift Sunday. Also, on January 8th we will hold a congregational meeting and our Associate Pastor candidate will preach to us, and then we will vote on her call. We look forward to seeing you on this important Sunday.

Friends, you are loved and never alone!

With gratitude and love in Christ,
Rev. Laura Sherwood

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Christmas Day 2022 Virtual Service

Love has come and never will leave us!

Love is life everlasting and free.

Love is Jesus within and among us.

Love is the peace our hearts are seeking.

Love! Love! Love is the gift of Christmas.

Love! Love! Praise to you, God on high!

(From verse three of the carol, “Love Has Come,” written by Ken Bible, 1996)

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Livestream Worship, December 24th, Christmas Eve 9 pm, Candlelight Service

Join us for Christmas Eve worship at 9 pm in the Sanctuary (or via Livestream – see link below). After retelling the Christmas story, we will end each service with a carol sing, lifting our candles high on the final verse of “Silent Night,” as we embody the Gospel of John’s promise, “the light shines in the darkness and the darkness did not overcome it.”

Our Emmanuel God is with us, bringing good news of great joy for all people. Friends, you are loved and never alone!

With gratitude and Christmas joy,

Pastor Jeff

Please click here to access the Livestream Youtube link.
Please click here to access the Christmas Eve bulletin.