Sixth Sunday after Pentecost-
Sunday, July 12, 2020
WELCOME TO WORSHIP!
We are open for service this weekend,
Saturday at 5:00 pm*-
*Held outside weather permitting
Sunday at 10:00 am. in the sanctuary.
Please contact the church office
if you would like to attend service in person.
Guidelines for Safe Opening are available
Please see our
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Continue to seek God first,
welcome Him into your heart.
Be mindful of the health of your family, yourself and your fellow neighbor. Peace.
First Reading: Isaiah 55:10-13
God’s word to Israel’s exiles is as sure and effective as never-failing precipitation. Their return to the Holy Land in a new exodus is cheered on by singing mountains and by trees that clap their hands.
Psalm: Psalm 65:[1-8] 9-13
Your paths overflow with plenty. (Ps. 65:11)
Gospel: Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23
In Matthew’s gospel, both Jesus and his disciples “sow the seed” of God’s word by proclaiming the good news that “the kingdom of heaven is near.” Now, in a memorable parable, Jesus explains why this good news produces different results in those who hear.
Prayer of the Day
Almighty God, we thank you for planting in us the seed of your word. By your Holy Spirit help us to receive it with joy, live according to it, and grow in faith and hope and love, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord.
Please feel free to view this week's sermon provided by Pastor Peter and Pastor Bruce.
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Are you or someone you know going through a tough time -
emotionally or spiritually?
Struggling with a crisis in life?
Is anyone listening to you?
Consider just talking with a
Stephen Minister Caregiver
Lutheran Church is a
Stephen Ministry Church.
A Stephen Minister is a member of our congregation who is experienced to listen, care, encourage, pray, and be there for you to help you get through these difficult times.
It's confidential, free
and very helpful.
Contact Trinity's church office
631-744-9355 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bear one another's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. - Galatians 6:2