WORSHIP & PRAYER 101

What we do matters.  Join Pastor Mike Carlson for a discussion-style course on Lutheran worship and prayer on why we do what we do. Taught by: Pastor Mike Carlson, Lead Pastor.  WEDNESDAYS 7 - 8 PM. Oct. 14, 21, 28 OCTOBER TOPIC: WORSHIP & PRAYER See the introduction to Worship & Prayer by Dr. Michael Chan- October 7, 2020 Go to Weekly Worship & Prayer podcasts LIVE via ZOOM Wednesdays at 7pm LIFE U and Pastor Carlson are inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: LIfeU: Worship and Prayer with Pastor Carlson Time: Oct 14, 2020 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Every week on Wed, 3 occurrence(s) Oct 14, 2020 07:00 PM Oct 21, 2020 07:00 PM Oct 28, 2020 07:00 PM Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 949 5497 5402 Passcode: 112233 One tap mobile +16465588656,,94954975402#,,,,,,0#,,112233# US (New York) https://www.saintandrews.org/lessons/worship-prayer-101-with-pastor-mike-carlson/

This Week’s Podcast-To-Go

What’s prayer got to do with it? Weekly podcast and online discussion opportunities covering: Gratitude and the good life, worshipping with our whole bodies, how prayer changes the world , and the secret place: prayer as Cultivating Friendship with Christ. Facilitated by Dr. Michael Chan.  

FOR FAMILIES: Ready, Set, Go!

This interactive half-hour experience between your Sunday dinner and bedtime routine will get your family emotionally and spiritually ready for the week ahead. The guided conversation invites your family to pause from a busy weekend, share "highs and lows," try out a new family faith practice, and close by blessing each other. Connect with other families and explore how to make Sunday check-ins part of your weekly rhythm for the months ahead.

YOUNG ADULTS: LUNCHEON DISCUSSION

Join Young Adults 18-30 and Deacon Stephanie Anderson-Telschow as we discuss further the concept of worship and prayer and how it applies to our everyday lives. TUESDAYS 12:30pm-1:30pm Oct. 13, 20, 27  

“Holy Envy” Book Study – Finding God in the Faith of Others

Barbara Brown Taylor in her book, "Holy Envy" tackles the questions, worries, and concerns that arise when we encounter "other" religions. She nudges us away from spiritual appropriation and comparison, and toward challenging discernment of our faith and the faith of others. Join us as we discuss her book and discover the spiritual riches God can teach us from the faith of others. Please read the first 4 chapters for our first Class on October 13.  

WORSHIP & PRAYER 101

What we do matters.  Join Pastor Mike Carlson for a discussion-style course on Lutheran worship and prayer on why we do what we do. Taught by: Pastor Mike Carlson, Lead Pastor.  WEDNESDAYS 7 - 8 PM. Oct. 14, 21, 28  

Family Bible Story Time

Join these interactive conversations with actual Bible studies your family will get to do together during a Sunday evening devotion time — between dinner and your bedtime routine! Try out different ways to explore God’s Word, including shared reading, dramatic readings, puppets, and using simple objects from around your home to help Bible stories come alive for children. Each week you’ll connect with each other, with other families, and leave with practical ideas for how to use the Bible in everyday life. Facilitated by Beth Hamen and Erika Hiland on the Children, Youth & Family Ministry Team. Sundays, 7-7:30 p.m. (Nov. 8, 15, 22)

Is Everything I Know About the Bible Wrong?!?

A lighting-quick overview of the Old and New Testaments through the lens of common misconceptions, assumptions, and outright blunders. For many people the Bible is just a little bit scary; it’s big, it’s long, and it’s serious business. Even for many of us raised on the Bible there are ways we think about the Bible that aren’t terribly helpful, things we think we know about the Bible that are quite right. the reality is that as familiar as the Bible may be to us, most of us don’t know the Bible nearly as well as we think we do. The three sessions of “Is Everything You Know About the Bible Is Wrong?” will help us enter into reading the Bible and making sense of it for our daily living. Pastor Karl Jacobson & Pastor Breckenridge

YOUNG ADULTS: SURPRISED BY SCRIPTURE

Young adults (ages ~19-35) are invited to join Deacon Stephanie Anderson-Telschow and Intern Pastor Amy Mihelich Smith as we explore scripture’s purpose as both an ancient roadmap for charting the wilderness and as God’s way of speaking to us right here, right now. If you’re curious to learn more about the basics of making sense of scripture, discuss how and why the Bible is or isn’t relevant in our lives, and reflect together on the ways God might be speaking to us in our current time, this group is for you. (Nov. 10,17,24)

Family Bible Story Time

Join these interactive conversations with actual Bible studies your family will get to do together during a Sunday evening devotion time — between dinner and your bedtime routine! Try out different ways to explore God’s Word, including shared reading, dramatic readings, puppets, and using simple objects from around your home to help Bible stories come alive for children. Each week you’ll connect with each other, with other families, and leave with practical ideas for how to use the Bible in everyday life. Facilitated by Beth Hamen and Erika Hiland on the Children, Youth & Family Ministry Team. Sundays, 7-7:30 p.m. (Nov. 8, 15, 22)

YOUNG ADULTS: SURPRISED BY SCRIPTURE

Young adults (ages ~19-35) are invited to join Deacon Stephanie Anderson-Telschow and Intern Pastor Amy Mihelich Smith as we explore scripture’s purpose as both an ancient roadmap for charting the wilderness and as God’s way of speaking to us right here, right now. If you’re curious to learn more about the basics of making sense of scripture, discuss how and why the Bible is or isn’t relevant in our lives, and reflect together on the ways God might be speaking to us in our current time, this group is for you. (Nov. 10,17,24)

Is Everything I Know About the Bible Wrong?!?

A lighting-quick overview of the Old and New Testaments through the lens of common misconceptions, assumptions, and outright blunders. For many people the Bible is just a little bit scary; it’s big, it’s long, and it’s serious business. Even for many of us raised on the Bible there are ways we think about the Bible that aren’t terribly helpful, things we think we know about the Bible that are quite right. the reality is that as familiar as the Bible may be to us, most of us don’t know the Bible nearly as well as we think we do. The three sessions of “Is Everything You Know About the Bible Is Wrong?” will help us enter into reading the Bible and making sense of it for our daily living. Pastor Karl Jacobson & Pastor Breckenridge