The hub of our week? In her May column for The Lutheran, Presiding Bishop Elizabeth A. Eaton reminds us that worship is at the heart of all we do. Despite competition, it should be the “space of our regrouping.”
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A Service of Godspeed was celebrated in praise of God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and in honor of Bishop Leonard H. Bolick on April 25 at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Salisbury..
Residents diagnosed with dementia live with purpose and dignity under Lutheran Services Carolinas’ care.There is a quality in art and music that speaks deeply to the human soul, triggering responses in the brain that for some are no longer considered possible. Read more to learn the story of a resident at Trinity Grove in Wilmington, a Lutheran Services Carolinas skilled nursing community.
You don't want to miss being part of moving FORWARD TOGETHER as a synod, electing a new bishop, and enjoying the community formed as we meet at the Koury Center/Sheraton, Greensboro. Read Important Documents on the assembly page before you register. And, be sure to see the information about our upcoming bishop transition. We are truly blessed to have had the strong and devoted leadership of Bishop Bolick for the past 18 years.
The 8th Grade Confirmation students of Holy Trinity, Hickory, have been learning about the Lord’s Prayer, doing weekly devotional studies from psalms of their own choice, and studying Martin Luther’s ideas about prayer. They have also learned various prayer practices.
Assembly registration is closed. On-site registration begins at 10:00 am, May 28. See the Synod Assembly webpage for information about assembly and the Pre-Assembly Event, “The Generosity Project.”
Bishop Leonard Bolick will retire this summer and a new NC Synod bishop will be elected at the May 28-30 Synod Assembly. Find additional information about the election and transition events on the Bishop Transition webpage.