Save the Date – VBS 2023 Join the fun this summer for VBS as we travel to Babylon with Daniel did more than survive a den of hungry lions! This summer at VBS we will join Daniel on a journey—torn from his home and forced into the king’s service. We will imagine the pressure […]Continue Reading
Help for Refugees
As you may know, we are collecting household items for a refugee family we hope to sponsor in the near future. We are working with Morning Star Lutheran Church who has sponsored a refugee family from Afghanistan. We won’t know where the family is from until we get official notification a family is set to […]Continue Reading
A Time for Reflection
As we turn the page of our calendars to March, we begin the season of Lent, a season before Easter when we are called to reflect and prepare for our Easter celebration. We reflect upon the sacrifice Christ made for us and prepare to celebrate the difference that sacrifice makes in our lives on Easter […]Continue Reading
I love Spring, for a variety of reasons. Even though I love the snow of winter, I am always very happy as it comes to an end, and spring, new life, abounds. I love being able to go outside without a coat and enjoy the clean air I love watching the bright skies show up […]Continue Reading
I love having something to look forward to…vacations, birthdays, holidays, even worship each Sunday. Over the years I have found that anticipation is a huge motivator for me in so many ways. And anticipation for life to return to normal here at 34th & Farnam has me counting the days until we kick off a […]Continue Reading
The Summer of Reconnection
I hope that you are beginning to see some of the signs of re-emergence that I see. More and more, as vaccines are administered and larger percentages of folks are vaccinated, we are beginning to see a return towards normal. I chose that word quite carefully. I do not believe we have seen (or will […]Continue Reading
A Different Kind of Worship
During this time of this pandemic, one positive that has come from this has been a reassessment of what worship is about. We, as a society, have often fallen into the trap of thinking that worship is about US. What WE like, the hymns and style of music WE like, what WE think should be […]Continue Reading
Thriving this Summer!
I do not think I am alone when I say these past two months have been hard! I have found some days I am overwhelmed with grief as I am not able to be physically with those I love and care for the way I am used to being. Other days I am filled with […]Continue Reading
We Were Made to Thrive!
In September I introduced our theme for the 2019-2020 year – Thrive. Normally during late April and early May our discipleship programs are winding down…this year is a little different. As we continue to be in a waiting period for the all clear to be able to come out of our physical distancing cocoons, we […]View Gallery
Physical Separation, but Spiritually Connected!
This has been a challenging time for all of us. As days turned into weeks, which have turned into over a month, I think many people initially thought that distancing would be brief and not too remarkable. Some even joked about how much they would be able to get done at home if they couldn’t […]View Gallery