Photo from the Flossenburg Chapel, as noted in the Good Friday Message. This photo is from this blog site: click
We are in the midst of Holy Week 2014. We have moved from the joyful entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, and we remember that he is headed to the cross. As we follow in the way of Jesus we reflect on the truth of the cross. Here is a powerful message from our ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton.
Click this link for the Good Friday Message
This was first published in “The Lutheran” magazine, and comes to us through our Texas Louisiana Gulf Coast Synod web site blog.
The central events of the life and ministry of Jesus will be celebrated this coming week. From Palm Sunday weekend through Resurrection Sunday (Easter Sunday) we will be revisiting the most important events in the history of humankind. Through prayer, God’s Word, Sacraments and faithful action we will be reconnecting with the greatest things which God has done for us. Plan on gathering with the people of God at Martin Luther Lutheran Church in Carmine this coming week. Click here for a link to our Holy Week Schedule.
The centerpiece of the church year is the season of Lent and the events of Holy Week. We invite you to be part of our revisiting of these core events in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ our Lord.
Click over to our Lent & Holy Week Schedule to find out more.