During Holy Week Pastor Steve will post a brief meditation each day using the woodcarvings of Tilman Riemenschneider (1460-1531). He was one of the most prolific and versatile sculptors of the transition period between late Gothic and Renaissance. Since April 9 marks the commemoration of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's death, prayers and texts from Bonhoeffer will also be incorporated in the meditations
While our worship and group activities are suspended during this Covid-19 outbreak, the Worship & Music Team is committed to providing worship videos for the community. We will post a new video for each Sunday until we can meet again to worship and praise God in our sanctuary. Our affirmation of the "communion of saints" is grounded not only in the physical presence of the worshiping community, but even more in the spiritual unity we share through God's promise of life everlasting with all the saints, past, present, and future. You may watch the video on this website by clicking on it or click on the YouTube button in the lower left corner to watch on the YouTube platform. Blessings and peace to you!
Our congregational art project for the seasons of Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany is a star filled swag to light the way to Christ.
Thank you to all who added their “star” to this project. We invite you to meditate on how you are reaching out to feel nearer to the divine in this new church year, or offer up your gratefulness for how you have felt surrounded by faith and love. FLC Worship & Music Team
The FLC Worship & Music Team wanted to focus on the new life promised us inthe waters of our baptism. Local artist, Constance Waisanen, created a font for FLC with this theme in mind. We dedicated it during worship at the festival of the Baptism of Our Lord. A small pump creates a little fountain in the middle and rocks of various shapes, sizes and hues representing the members of our congregation line the bottom of the font. Truly Christ calls us to living waters and to immerse ourselves in them wholly.
Heartfelt thanks to the FLC Worship & Music Team and Constance for this powerful symbol of our life in Christ Jesus!
Choir practice takes place Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
The FLC Choir enhances our worship with special music. It is open to all who love singing a wide variety of classical and contemporary worship music. This group rehearses on Wednesdays from 7:00 - 8:00 P.M. and is led by FLC Music Director, Laurie Drage.
All are welcome!