Summer Sermon Series 2023: Sabbath

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SABBATH: The Sacred and Holy Art of Rest
Summer Sermon Series 2023

The human condition is prone to restlessness, and our digital age and consumerist culture only exacerbate that tendency. One of Jesus’ most important practices was finding rest and making time for Sabbath. Therefore, we are commanded by God to practice Sabbath, which is more than just a day; it is a spirit we live by all week long.

Sabbath (n):
a gift from God; regular, intentional rest;
can renew one's mind, body and spirit;
draws a person closer to God and God's way

Get your weekly reminder at worship
Sundays, 9 or 10:30 a.m. at First Lutheran Church.

Or join the book study:

Tuesdays from 12-1:15 p.m., June 6 - July 18 (NO class July 4), Luther Room

Participants Guide web.jpgJoin us for a video-directed study through the book Sacred Rhythms: Spiritual Practices that Nourish Your Soul and Transform Your Life by Ruth Haley Barton. As humans, we tend to allow stress, noise, and hustle to rule the day. God invites us to a different rhythm. In this six week study, you'll learn how to weave trusted spiritual practices into your everyday life, which will nourish your soul and transform your days. 
Led by: Marlee Robertson
Cost: FREE,
please RSVP
Participant's Guide: Please purchase the study guide for use during our time together.  
Further reading (not required): Feel free to purchase the full book, Sacred Rhythms: Arranging Our Lives for Spiritual Transformation by Ruth Haley Barton.


our-lady-of-pacem-10-5.jpgJune 19-21, $220/person
(To reserve a spot, you must contact Pacem in Terris directly. Call 763.444.6408 and tell them you’re with the First Lutheran  Church group. Questions? Contact Rollie,

Open to anyone looking to take their faith journey to a deeper level. Travel with others from FLC and spend a peaceful, solitary 48 alone with God.
See our full flyer here.


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