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Monday, December 24, 2018
3:00 p.m. Traditional Liturgy
6:00 p.m. Contemporary Christmas Worship
10:00 p.m. Festive Christmas Worship
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Yesterday the fruit of the spirit we searched for was patience. As is often the case in travel – things didn’t go perfectly smoothly. There was a lot of traffic on the way to the Philadelphia airport. Our flight was delayed and when we finally pushed back and thought we were on our way, the weather had caused problems and we learned it would be a while (13 planes ahead of us) until we took off. We landed in Frankfurt 2 hours late to wait even longer because the tram was not available to pick us up. Our group – youth and adults alike – showed great patience and smiled through the difficulties and enjoyed beautiful Rothenburg. We are all just very grateful to have this opportunity to be together and celebrate the Reformation.
You can join in on the fun and post your findings of the fruits of the spirit on our Facebook page.
Our youth began their journey to the Luther 500 Festival in Wittenberg, Germany yesterday. Each day we will share our experience through a Fruits of the Spirit Scavenger Hunt. Even with the travel, traffic and delays, we were able to find examples of generosity. We will post our findings on our Facebook page and we invite you to look for generosity in your day and comment with your findings on our Facebook page.
Generosity – Our high school youth will learn about the Reformation where it happened. They will pray in the church where Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses. This is only possible because of the generosity of our congregation and everyone who supported our fundraisers.