Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 7-7:45pm held in a circle at the altar. A service of contemplation, introspection, and listening. Looking for a break from our fast-paced world? Quiet time to reflect on a reading from scripture and listen to what others hear from those readings. This service is designed as a service of silence, light, contemplation, and reflection. It’s not your typical Lutheran worship service.
Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 6:00pm — Color Me Calm. South Lounge. Relax your mind and soothe your soul. Enjoy beautiful music and the therapeutic effects of Adult Coloring.
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Hike, a hike in God’s creation. Join Pastor Phil on Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 12:15 – 6:00pm on a rigorous hike around the perimeter of the Sanctuary and a rock scramble up to North Lookout point. We will follow River Rocks, Golden Eagle, Skyline Trail, to North Lookout. Although Pastor Phil is taking the confirmation age kids as part of confirmation, adults and all youth are welcome to join. Please see Pastor Phil if you question your ability for this hike. If you don’t want to join in the hike, there is plenty to do while he is hiking with the youth. Confirmation kids will hike with Pastor Phil. Depart church 12:15, Sunday Oct. 27. Return by 6pm. Pack a lunch that you can eat outdoors in the beauty of Hawk Mountain. This will be prime Raptor Migration season, bring binoculars. Church van and carpooling will be necessary. You must sign up with your phone number so the church office can pay in advance. Kids under 13 free, all others $5. Join us in the beauty of God’s creation.
If you interested in becoming a member of Christ Lutheran Church, or would just like to learn more about this church, join us on Friday, October 25th from 7:00 – 9:00pm at Grist Mill, Hellertown. Wine, Soda, Beer, food Social. Bring the whole family! You will meet ministry team leaders, church council members and church staff. You will learn about the ministry teams, the programs offered at the church and will be given the opportunity to ask questions, meet people and enjoy refreshments. Children are welcome.
This class will be held by Pastor Phil on Sunday, October 27th from 9:45am – 10:45am in our Fellowship Hall. During our time together, you will learn about the history of the church, Lutheran beliefs and the mission of this church. You will learn about the programs offered at the church and will be given the opportunity to ask questions, and meet people. Child care can be arranged: please call the church or email if you need this service.
Saturdays, 10:00 am, in the fellowship hall. (Starting Saturday, October 19, 2019)
$10 a class for drop ins
$80 for a 10 class card
$45 for a 5 class card
Youth 12 and older are free with a paying adult
Any questions, email Lenore Spohn at Lenore.email@example.com
Come for a community discussion facilitated by Pastor Phil on the following Thursday nights:
May 16, 7-8pm at Steel Club. Addiction/Opioids
August 22, 7-8pm at Steel Club. Our Educational System
September 19, 7-8pm at Braveheart Highland Pub. Krishna’s Dictum
October 17, 7-8pm (TBD). GOD: Who, What, Where, When and How?
November 21, 7-8pm (TBD). Hubble Telescope & the Universe
Managing Concerns About Falls
Tuesdays, September 17 – November 5, 2019, 10:00 am – 12:00pm noon in Fellowship Hall. Sign up in Narthex or see Enid Rank. Class open to Church members and Community participants.
Are you interested in working two hours every Sunday morning for $15/hr? We are looking for one or two dedicated young adults. Beginning September 8, 2019 through to May 17, 2020, with the option of being hired as a full time summer youth intern in 2020. Help our youth program be grounded in Faith and Reality. Christ Lutheran church is a progressive Lutheran Church. Please check out our faith statement online so you know who we are.
Do you remember confirmation? I remember the confirmation retreats, girls, mission trips, girls, and sleepovers, girls… I think a lot of content came from those events, even though not much was taught…it was lived by the adults that I interacted with.
I always say, “Faith is not taught, it’s caught!” Caught by youth as well as adults who are exposed to people who live lives centered in Grace, Love, Forgiveness, and Peace. Centered in what Jesus taught.
Are you interested in passing on “Faith” to our youth? What do we as a church want passed on? Who is Jesus? Who or What is God? What is heaven and hell? What is the purpose of our lives? What about Jews and Muslims, are they God’s children too? What did Jesus teach? Does Jesus have an effect on your life and how you live?
Just because a person can memorize the Creed, the 10 Commandments, or the Lord ’s Prayer, doesn’t mean they have faith.
Our world is changing. The answers I learned in confirmation are not the same answers I live with today.
I desire to pass on a faith that is helpful, trustworthy, and centered on what Jesus taught and how Jesus lived.
Are you interested in passing on the faith? Do you have ideas for trips, service projects, social events…so that we can build a confirmation program that transforms hearts, minds, and lives? A transformative ministry that we will open to all youth, not only those in our church.
It is upon my heart that God is calling us to inspire our youth with more than sports, I-phones, social media, and education. How can we help parents raise well rounded youth with hearts of Christ?
Will you be part of a “Think Tank” to help us revision Confirmation? Please email or call the church office with your ideas for the new revision. (610) 838-0400 or firstname.lastname@example.org