ELCA Updates

Our common witness

Our common witness. In her August column for Living Lutheran, ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton reflects on the Lutheran movement. As we move forward as a church, she wonders: “What will our Lutheran identity be in the ELCA?”

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We belong to the Truth

We belong to the Truth. In her July column for Living Lutheran, ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton asks: “How do we live as people of Truth in a time of spin?” In deep humility, profound gratitude and real joy.

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A Call to Discipleship

In this season of Pentecost, as we open ourselves anew to the work of the Holy Spirit, the presiding bishop) commends to this church the Arusha Call to Discipleship from the World Council of Churches.

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Gathering, word, meal and sending

Gathering, word, meal, sending. In her June column for Living Lutheran, ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton reflects on why we worship: “[Liturgy is] a discipline Lutherans willingly undertake because it helps individuals and the entire community express our connection with other Christians throughout the world and across the ages.”

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A Groundbreaking for Cristo Rey

On Sunday, August 11 at 5:00 p.m., Cristo Rey Lutheran Church had the groundbreaking ceremony and a worship service giving thanks at 545 Oak Drive in Lexington, the site of the future Cristo Rey Sanctuary and fellowship hall.

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Save the date. March 30th is Operation InAsMuch Day.

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