…if you offer your food to the hungry and satisfy the needs of the afflicted, then your light shall rise in the darkness… Isaiah 58:10 We’re going to think about “justice” on Sunday. The line above is taken from the inspiring passage from Isaiah 58: 9-14 which is the first reading for the day.What is justice? How do we use the term? What meaning does justice have in our daily lives? How is the word used by Americans? What is justice as a term of our biblical faith?
Remember to register your child for Sunday school. The registration forms may be printed from our website or you may pick up a form on the table in the narthex.
The adult forum on Sunday at 11 am is a video presentation of the arguments on both sides of the abortion debate. We will watch the video togetherthen continue with our own discussion.
No reading and weeding for the confirmation students this Sunday. Your affirmation garden continues to grow. The sunflowers are giants. Good work!
Next Sunday, September 1, I hope all the students of our congregation will come to church. During the service we will take time out to have a special blessing for you as you begin a new school year.
Bring in school supplies for Lutheran Social Services new immigrants program. If you have gently used backpacks, bring them in and I will deliver them to the LSS office in Worcester.