The Trust Fund Committee is excited to announce that they are now accepting applications for the Biderman Scholarship. Open to any high school senior who is a member of Lutheran Church of the Resurrection who meets the involvement in ministry requirements. The deadline for applications is March 15. If you have any questions about the scholarship, please contact Joan Meyer (319-393-6972).
This morning we shared that we are in the process of making changes to the 10 AM Sunday contemporary worship service. As we make those changes it is important to the staff and team working on the project to hear from all of you who worship with us.
You are invited to fill out the form below with your feedback answering any and all of these questions:
What elements are included in worship & how are they presented (i.e. silent prayer, statement of faith, announcements, how scripture is read, etc.)
What styles & quantity of music would you like to hear?
Are there changes to the physical arrangement of the space you would like to see?
Would you rearrange the order of worship?
Are there other kinds of language you would like to see used?
This is a video series class in the lounge on Sundays at 9:05 am January 6th thru Feb. 3rd.
They are simple phrases. They sound Christian, like something you might find in the Bible. Let’s explore these phrases.
A fascinating way to read through the Bible in one year—in only fifteen minutes per day!
Now you can gain a better understanding of the order of biblical events and the historical context in which they unfolded. The One Year Chronological Bible arranges the entire Bible text—books, chapters, and even verses—in the order the events actually happened.
Sundays beginning January 6th in the center of the Fellowship Hall at 9:05 am.
Contact Dan Tegtmeier to order your copy (approx. cost $18.00) 319-240-8348 or email@example.com
Who is the Holy Spirit? We say it every Sunday—I believe in the Holy Spirit—and yet what does that mean? How can we believe in something or rather, someone that we don’t even know? Beginning on January 6th, Dorothy Rinderknecht will guide us on a personal discovery of the most ignored and misunderstood Person in the Church— the Holy Spirit. Sunday mornings at 9:05 am in the library.
As we move through December and the anticipation of Advent that leads to Christmas, many of us start thinking about New Year’s resolutions. The beginning of a new year symbolically marks a chance to start fresh, to do things differently than we have before. As you start thinking about the ways that you want to change your life next year we want to invite you to think about adding a new spiritual discipline to your life.
Did you know that more than 50% of American adults wish they read the Bible more? If you are one of those folks we want to offer you help. Reading the Bible can be intimidating. Maybe you’ve never opened a Bible before, or you do but close it quickly because you’re overwhelmed. There are a lot of great tools that can help overcome that.
As a member at Resurrection, you have access to the full library of Bible studies, video devotionals, and speakers at RightNow Media. Now is a great time to check out one of those resources to help you start the new year with the new spiritual discipline of reading the Bible.
Rooted in the Word: A Tool for Studying the Bible offers you a chance to learn how to read your Bible with new or deeper understanding. Each day for 5 weeks there is a short 3-4 minutes video and a passage from the Bible to read and practice with.
If you need access to the RightNow Media library, please let us know!
You are invited to bring winter mittens, gloves, or hats and place them on the snowy trees in the Gathering Space. These will be donated to those in need at Mission of Hope in Cedar Rapids. The envelopes can be used for cash or checks as our Christmas gift to the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, which was visited by a Resurrection mission group last summer. Thank you!
Those who have received emails about your free 8×10’s can pick them up at the welcome center window. If you have other questions, contact Mary Jo Carlson at 319-721-3775 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A big thanks to Mary Jo & Roger Carlson, along with the Directory Team, for their leadership in this effort.
Our last church directory was assembled in 2012. Our new directory will be a smaller “Community Connect” format than earlier directories, with a mobile web-based option for phones or tablet computers, and free updates when 15-18 additional families are ready to be photographed.
Every summer Resurrection hosts a week of Summer Day Camp here at the church for kids entering 1st-6th grades. Day camp is led by trained, college-age counselors from EWALU Bible Camp. These counselors are wonderful Christian role models who teach the gospel in a camp style that the kids love. This is the next best thing to camp itself! A field trip to Camp EWALU near Strawberry Point is included on Wednesday. Contact Jessi Heidelbauer at the church if you have questions: email@example.com
+ Family Program Thursday, July 12th (time TBA)
MON, TUE, THU 9:00-3:00 / WED 8:45-3:00 / FRI 9:00-12:00
REGISTER SOON AND JOIN THE FAITH, FUN, & FELLOWSHIP!
Please fill out this form completely and return it to the church as soon as possible: Registration Form
Resurrection Elementary Day Camp is open to all – please encourage your child’s friends and neighbors to take part, too.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
Join us for worship April 28 – May 26 as we learn what it means to live without fear!
A slack hand causes poverty, but the hand of the diligent makes rich. He who gathers in summer is a prudent son, but he who sleeps in harvest is a son who brings shame. (Proverbs 10:4-5, ESV)