May 13, 2018: Seventh Sunday of Lent

May 13, 2018

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

This Sunday, Pastor Warren Winterhoff’s message comes from our Gospel reading on God’s love for us and as his disciples, we then have to share that love with others around us.

Holy Gospel: John 15:9-17

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May 6, 2018: Sixth Sunday of Lent

May 6, 2018

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

This Sunday, Pastor Bill Harmon used portions of Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer, found in John 17 to encourage us to share our life and our faith with others with the confidence that we will not be alone as God will be with us in these efforts.

First Reading: Acts 10:34-48

Second Reading: 1 John 5:1-8

Holy Gospel: John 17:11-19

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April 29, 2018: Fifth Sunday of Lent

April 29, 2018

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Throughout the Sundays in Easter, we continue on the theme that we are changed because of Christ’s Resurrection.  Today we complete the sermon series on “Being changed and then continuing to change” and what better way to end change than by looking for the fruits of that change which was the focus of Pastor Bill Harmon’s message.

First Reading: Acts 8:26-40

Second Reading: 1 John 4:1-21

Holy Gospel: John 15:1-8

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April 22, 2018: Fourth Sunday of Lent

April 22, 2018

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Throughout the Sundays in Easter, we continue on the theme that we are changed because of Christ’s Resurrection.  Today message on God’s love and our struggles with accepting it was illustrated first by a skit and then followed by Pastor Bill Harmon’s message.

First Reading: Acts 4:1-12

Second Reading: 1 John 3:16-24

Holy Gospel: John 10:11-18

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April 15, 2018: Third Sunday of Lent

April 15, 2018

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Throughout the Sundays in Lent, we continue on the theme that we are changed because of Christ’s Resurrection.  Today our guest, Pastor J.P. Cima continues on the topic of change and how God is pivotal in everything that occurs in our life and shares some insight from his missionary experiences to illustrate that point.

First Reading: Acts 3:11-21

Second Reading: 1 John 3:1-7

Holy Gospel: Luke 24:36-49

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April 8, 2018: Second Sunday of Lent

April 8, 2018

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Throughout the Sundays in Lent, Pastor Harmon continues of the theme that we are changed because of Christ’s Resurrection and he used today’s reading to illustrate that point.

First Reading: Acts 4:32-35

Second Reading: 1 John 1:1-2:2

Holy Gospel: John 20:19-31

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April 1, 2018: Easter

April 1, 2018

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Today’s message was one of change.  Changes throughout history that have made significant changes in the way we do things but no change has had a greater impact on our lives than that of Jesus Christ dying on a cross to pay the price of our salvations for the sins that we have and will commit.  To help us keep our focus on our great change, wrist bands were given out to all attending Easter services with the intent that we would wear them for at least a month to remind us of how we have been changed because of what Jesus did for us on a cross.  He is Risen!

Old Testament Reading: Isaiah 25:6-9

Epistle Reading: 1 Corinthians 15:1-11

Holy Gospel: Mark 16:1-8

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March 30, 2018: Good Friday

March 30, 2018

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

For our noon service, Deacon Paul Pugliese and Ron Adolphi read the scripture reading for Good Friday.

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March 29, 2018: Maundy Thursday

March 29, 2018

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Pastor Harmon reminded us that Jesus had All-Power, All-Riches and the Greatest Army at His command, yet for the love of mankind, he instead chose a brutal and humiliating death in order to save us from our sins.

Old Testament Reading: Exodus 12:1-14

Holy Gospel: John 13:1-13, 21-35

Holy Gospel: Matthew 26:26-30

Epistle Reading: 1 Corinthians 11:23-32

Holy Gospel: Luke 22:39-53

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March 25, 2018: Palm Sunday

March 25, 2018

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

For Palm Sunday, Pastor Harmon gave us a plan for how we should prepare our hearts for this special week leading up to Easter Sunday.  His suggestion included getting rid of our dirty laundry; our cloaks stained with hate, lust, despair, pride, arrogance and all other sin stains that prevent us from following Jesus with a child-like faith and that we lay these stain cloaks before Jesus and shout Hosanna, Lord Save Us.

Palm Sunday Reading: Luke 19:28-40

Old Testament Reading: Isaiah 65:1-3, 17-19, 24

Epistle Reading: Philippians 2:1-11

Holy Gospel: Luke 13:31-35

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