Join us in Woburn and Malden as we worship together this summer.
We're excited to return for ukulele lessons in the fall! Students in grades 3-12 of all experience levels are welcome. The session will begin with two classes, one for beginning/intermediate and one for advanced. Depending on the skill level of each student, we may adjust the groups over the course of the semester. Classes will… Continue reading Fall 2022 Ukulele Lessons
This summer, Pastor Emily Hamilton will be on sabbatical and we will be hosting Sunday Worship in conjunction with Church of the Redeemer in Woburn with Pastor Cindy Jacobson presiding. The Sunday Worship location will alternate between both churches every week at 9:30am from June through the end of August. All are welcome to attend… Continue reading Summer 2022 Worship Schedule
This summer Pastor Emily will go on sabbatical, a time for intentional rest and spiritual renewal to better equip her as our minister in the years ahead. Here are answers to some of our frequently asked questions: Q: When will Pastor Emily be on Sabbatical?A: May 29th through the end of August. Q: Who will… Continue reading Sabbatical FAQ
April 10, Palm Sunday Holy Week begins with shouts and waving palm branches as we join the crowd to cheer Jesus' arrival in Jerusalem. We will gather outside of the church to bless palm branches and process in together, following the cross. Then we'll transition from the triumphant entry to Jerusalem to the story of… Continue reading Holy Week and Easter 2022
During the season of Lent, we are practicing a hybrid model of Holy Communion, with options available for those worshiping in person as well as online. As Lutherans, we understand the Eucharist to be a unique expression of Christ’s real presence among us. We celebrate the Eucharist weekly whenever possible, knowing that where two or… Continue reading Hybrid Worship and the Eucharist
Ash Wednesday, March 2 “Remember you are dust and to dust you shall return.” The early Christians adopted the use of ashes as a visible sign of seeking forgiveness and as recognition of our mortality and dependence on God. As Jesus spent 40 days in the wilderness, we too spend the 40 days of Lent… Continue reading Lent 2022
“How very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity! It is like the precious oil on the head, running down upon the beard,on the beard of Aaron, running down over the collar of his robes. It is like the dew of Hermon, which falls on the mountains of Zion.For there the Lord ordained his blessing, life forevermore." - Psalm 133… Continue reading Worship is in person! Welcome Back.
Ed.: Registration for our Winter/Spring 2022 Session is now closed. Pleased watch for updates on upcoming Camp Uke events. We're excited to return for ukulele lessons in the new year! Students in grades 3-12 of all experience levels are welcome. The session will begin with two classes, one for beginning/intermediate and one for advanced. Depending… Continue reading Sign up for 2022 Ukulele Lessons
September 29 - November 24, 7 pm Going deeper is part of the Christian journey. Over October and November, we will bepartnering with three nearby Lutheran congregations for Evening Prayer followed byconversation focused on traditional ways of deepening spirituality. These conversations will draw from the book Soul Feast, by Marjorie Thompson (the 2014 or 2015 version… Continue reading Midweek Worship and Conversation