Worship Remains Suspended

Worship Remains Suspended

We are looking for members who are interested in helping plan our reopening! If you work in healthcare, local government, schools or have knowledge of the best practices we should follow to reopen, please contact Assisting Minister Curt at [email protected] so we can start forming our Reopening Team!

 

Our Church Council voted to follow the recommendations of the Minnesota Department of Health about suspending worship services and other gatherings. We would like the input of this team so we can reopen in a way that loves our neighbors and keeps everyone safe.

 

We will also be starting a live-streamed worship that will include the option for people to call and listen if internet is not available.

 

Please keep checking the GLC website and Facebook page for more information as it becomes available. We will continue providing ways we can be community while separate.

News and Announcements

May 24th Devotional Video

 

 

 

May 17th Devotion with Senior Blessing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spark Family Sunday School Materials

Sparkhouse has made a weekly video and printable Sunday School materials available for free on their website.

 

Worship Schedule

While we are unable to gather in person for worship, we encourage you to faithfully continue the practice of worship.

 

We will be providing the Taking Faith Home resource through our weekly email newsletter and by mail for those without email. Pastor Mark and Assisting Minister Curt will be recording weekly video messages to accompany the week’s reading.

 

Some area churches offer online only worship:

 

The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepard in Moorhead has several worship opportunities, including traditional (8:30 am) and contemporary worship (10:30 am) Sunday mornings, contemporary Wednesday evenings (6:15 pm), and Holden Evening Prayer service Wednesdays at 11:30 am. Find them at https://www.knowthegoodshepherd.org/

 

We will add to this list as we learn about other opportunities to remain community while separate.


Our March/April Newsletter is now available. Please note that the Festival of Tables has been postponed. It will be rescheduled when appropriate to celebrate being able to gather again in person.