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Regular Sunday Worship
Regular worship hours begin on September 10 and run thru the Sunday before Memorial Day
Worship with Holy Communion – 8:00 a.m.
Christian Education and Fellowship – 9:15 a.m.
Worship with Holy Communion – 10:30 a.m.
Mid-week Lenten events – Wednesdays, February 21 thru March 21
5:30PM – Soup supper – free will mission offering to support hunger
Our mission projects this Lenten Season –
Food Bank of the Heartland and
Purchase of a full farm of animals through ELCA Good Gifts
7PM – Lenten Worship
See the Lenten season worship page for more details on our mid-week worship schedule for Lent.
Youth Group meets each Wednesday night, 7:30-8:30pm.
All 7-12th graders are welcome and encouraged to attend! Meet in Miss Heather’s office off the Narthex.
Youth Group Lock-In –
6pm Saturday, Feb. 17 to 9am Sunday
Theme: “Jesus Loves Y’all”
Join us for a Southern dinner that y’all help prepare and share. We will discuss plans for the June 2018 ELCA Youth Gathering in Houston and do all the regular fun lock-in stuff.
So come hungry and bring your best southern drawl, a sleeping bag, and pillow, too. We’ll have a ball!
Red Cross Blood Drive – Sunday, February 18 from 9AM to 1:30PM
Lord of Love is hosting our annual blood drive. 35 donors are needed.
See the Blood Drive event page for more information.
This epiphany we explore how we individually are called to shine with the light of Christ.
Sunday, January 14 , worship and education hour
Find out more about how we are “Called and Claimed for Life as a Steward” with Deacon Timothy Siburg, NE Synod Director of Stewardship.
Complete the Spiritual Gifts Assessment
to help you think about what gifts God has given to you.
Sunday, January 21, worship and education hour
Complete your Intent of Giving Cards and Time and Talent sheet
Find out more about the opportunities to use your spiritual gifts at Lord of Love.
See the Stewardship Event page for more information.
Come FISH with us on Wednesday Nights!
As Martin Luther often asked,” What does this mean?”
It means we are going to gather intergenerationally to share our faith together in Fellowship, Inspiration, Story, Hope.
Every Wednesday night beginning September 13th, everyone is invited to come to church
5:30-6:15 p.m. – feed our bodies with food at a free-will meal
6:15-7:00 p.m. – feed our spiritual selves as we FISH
During our fishing time, we gather in inter-generational groups to share our highs and lows.
Next we read a story or verse from scripture and engage in conversation about how our life events connect to this word of God using a variety of creative interactions.
Then we pray together for one another’s highs and lows at each table, and send EVERYONE off with a blessing as our evenings together comes to a close.
Our time to FISH together is a gift and a blessing to people of all ages and stages of life.
Please make plans to come and join together as the church to make a huge impact on each other’s lives!
Men’s Bible Study every Saturday, 7AM
Lord of Love’s men’s group and Bible study meets each Saturday in the Fellowship Hall at 7 a.m. Breakfast is followed by Christian study and fellowship until 8 a.m. Plenty of food and seating is always available. We invite all men to come join us for food fellowship.
Lord of Love preschool – is open!
Christian Preschool classes are held Monday through Friday during the school year.
Fall Preschool sessions begin Tuesday, September 5, 2017.
The morning class is from 9-11:30.
See the preschool page for details and registration information.
Prayer allows us to have conversation with God and to feel God’s presence surround us.
Prayer gives us moments in our day to share with God our praise, our frustrations, and our concerns. Frequent prayer helps us to keep connected with God as the focus of our lives. The prayer chain at Lord of Love is a service to all of our members. Please contact Mary Lou (402-493-2946) with your prayer requests or to become a member of the prayer chain.
The Love Letter is available online!
Our monthly congregation newsletter, the Love Letter, is published at the beginning of each month. This newsletter enables you to stay informed on the ministries, programs, and activities of our congregation.
See the News and Events section of our site for each monthly issue.
Saved Through Faith
Martin Luther struggled with the church’s teaching that he earned his forgiveness of sin and justification before God through his works as a monk. Instead, he found a greater and deeper understanding that God’s grace is what justifies us. In celebration and response to the gift of grace, God invites us to live lives of love and perform acts of service.
Simply Giving Program.
Need a convenient way to make recurring contributions? Check out electronic giving through Simply Giving.
It is easy to set up a recurring giving schedule. Just complete the authorization form and return it to the church office. Thank you for your generosity and ongoing financial support of the ministries of Lord of Love!
A paper form is available through this link: Thrivent Simply Giving Form
The ELCA Mission Investment Fund provides investment opportunities to ELCA members, congregations, and ministries. The fund, in turn, provides loans and supporting services to congregations and ELCA-supporting ministries that help further the work of the church. For more information, visit the Mission Investment Fund’s web site at ELCA.org. Click on Mission Investment Fund link at the bottom of the page. Or call 877.886.3522 and request a packet of with information about MIF investments.
Outreach to our immediate community and beyond
Your financial gifts through special offerings help supplement our normal mission involvement.
The Deacon’s Fund helps with additional, short-term local needs. Please submit your offering using a Deacon Fund offering envelope that you can find in the Narthex. Donation of time and monetary gifts also help with a number of programs of the Nebraska Synod’s Mission Field Nebraska ministry.