After almost two years, our building project is nearing the end. As we reflect during the Lenten season as to what God calls us to do into the future, a lot of finish work will be taking place in time for us to have our first worship service in the new Sanctuary on Palm Sunday.
As we complete our welcoming and accessibility building project in the midst of this Lenten season, we will take time to prayerfully examine ourselves and our call to ministry. We will have an improved and accessible space, but what else can we do to fulfill our mission of being a welcoming congregation? How are we called to minister in this time and place? How might our new building be used to serve God’s needs in Lincoln?
Our Lenten journey will help us to address these questions. Our journey will be grounded and rooted in prayer. Our journey will be rich in conversation and learning. Join us on the journey.
Wednesdays at Noon and 6:30 pm
March 4 – First Lutheran’s History: Past and Present Themes – Patrick Hayden-Roy; First Lutheran Member
March 11– Being a Welcoming Congregation into the Future – Pastor Dan Warnes
March 18 – The Vitality of Our Congregation – Pastor Megan Morrow; Nebraska Synod
March 25 – Meeting the Needs of Our Community – Lori Seibel; Community Health Endowment of Lincoln
April 1– Planning for Our Ideal Future – Kathleen Simley; First Lutheran Member
A light lunch will be served after the noon mid-week worship service and a light supper at 5:30 pm before our evening gathering.