This year we are excited to announce a faith and art series for Lent. Come and see some of your favorite stories come alive. Explore the symbolism beyond the biblical story that can add deep meaning to paintings and other works of art. Grow in your faith each week as we focus on a different biblical story and work of art. The final week we will create one large community art piece (no talent needed). The series will begin on Wednesday, March 6th at 7 pm and then continue on Tuesday starting March 12th at 6:30 pm through Easter Sunday. Tuesday midweek will offer family friendly meals available beginning at 6 pm with vegetarian and gluten-free option available.
YOUTH MINISTRY UPCOMING EVENTS
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH we will hold a PANCAKE BREAKFAST after worship to support those attending the National Youth Gathering in Houston. And SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH will be our next SUNDAY SUPPER for high schoolers from 5:00-7:00 pm. Call the church office or see Ali Purvis for more details!
REFORMATION ART SHOW AND AUCTION: Friday, October 27, 6:30-9:30pm at Zion Lutheran Church (400 E. Lexington St., Baltimore). Eight young artists of color from Baltimore have been creating works of art, visual and performance, that communicate their understanding of faith and reformation in the 21st century. Auction supports The Center for Grace-Full Living at Amazing Grace Lutheran Church in Baltimore and The Sand Gallery.
REFORMATION FESTIVAL: Saturday, October 28, 1-4pm at Zion Lutheran Church (400 E Lexington St., Baltimore). Features booths with different aspects of life during Luther’s time – medicine, toys, songs, crafts, and theology of the middle ages. Children may collect stamps from different booths to earn a prize. There will also be a marketplace with crafts, sausages and beer for sale.
METRO DC SYNOD REFORMATION SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE: Sunday, October 29, 4 p.m. at the Washington National Cathedral (3101 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.). Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton will preach.
LUTHER ART EXHIBIT: The Walters Art Museum, 600 N. Charles St., Baltimore. Free. Open Wed-Sun from 10-5
through October 29. Uncertain Times: Martin Luther’s Remedies for the Soul focuses on the ways in which Martin Luther comforted the distressed souls of his contemporaries by approaching them as a father, a husband, and a friend—rather than as a priest or theologian.
LUTHER OPERA PREMIERE: Sunday, November 5, 4pm at Christ Lutheran Inner Harbor (701 S. Charles St., Baltimore). Hollis Thoms’ latest opera, And did the World with Devils Swarm, was written to commemorate the Reformation’s 500th Anniversary. It focuses on Martin and Katie’s marriage and relationship. Tickets at www.bachinbaltimore.org.
Joy Reigns will again be participating in the ELCA fall service day. There are new moisture wicking dri-fit T-shirts available for $12 with an order deadline of August 3rd. Please sign up for a T-shirt in worship or contact Sonya at email@example.com. Stay tuned for more information about scheduled service opportunities coming soon.