Welcome to the Lutheran Church of the Master
We are a small church that believes God loves this city.
We are energized by the many community partnerships that have popped up on Main Street. It is fun to see people employing their passion and wisdom for the benefit of our community. Many people come through the doors of our building in a given week for choir practice, addiction support groups, quilting ministry, acting lessons, music recitals, school assemblies and other community events. We see these activities as gifts of God and we celebrate the way that they enrich the lives of many.
The central ministry of Lutheran Church of the Master is to gather around the Word of God on Sunday morning. We meet together to receive the promises of forgiveness and renewal, we hear ancient scriptures brought to life, we commit our lives to serving others and we partake in a communion with God and neighbor as we gather at Christ's table. All of this in one hour! and it's open for all.
Peruse our website, check out our zoom broadcast (it's not fancy), attend a service, send an email. We pray that you are encouraged as you consider the awe and mystery of a God that loves you.
Pastor Tim Wray
Second Sunday of Lent
Zoom Connection for the Worship Service. Click here to JOIN
Bulletin for Sunday February 25th, click HERE
- Lenten Soup Supper Services Every Thursday starting Feb. 22 for 6 weeks, start time is 5:30pm
Missed Sunday's Service, not to worry. Here is what Pastor Tim had to say on Sunday February 11th. https://youtu.be/vk2NJh9CRHg
Lenten Soup Suppers
During Lent, every Thursday starting Feb. 22. Everyone is welcome to come after work (5:30 pm) for a bowl of soup, conversation and fellowship. If you are able to provide soup one week, sign-up sheets are posted on the bulletin board in the Narthex.
Lutheran Church of the Master's AGM
The AGM will be held February 25th following Worship Service. As there will be a bit of time between the end of Service and the meeting, we've decided to have a chili luncheon. Arlen Mason (Council Member) has volunteered to cook up a big pot of chili as did a few other members (thank you) so not additional food is required, just come and socialize. We will have one chili that is Vegetarian.
The AGM Package and minutes of the Council meetings fo 2023 are now available for your review. You can locate the under "Church Council Minutes" tab or Click HERE. This link is password protected.
Offering *NEW OPTION"!We are grateful for the continued financial support for our ministry. There are a number of way to give if you are unable to worship with us in person. We are making it even easier to donate to LCM, we've added an etransfer option!
- For the etransfer option email treasure@LCOTMasater.com , indicate in the notes the designation (general or specific to a program)
- Cheques can be mailed or dropped off in the black box by the administration office.
- Pre-authorized payments are also available. Email: Lcotmater@gmail.com for the form.
- Online through Canada Helps Click here to DONATE ONLINE
New Stain Glass Window - On Sunday Jan. 21st LCM unvailed the second stain glass window (right side of photo). Pastor Tim's Sermon references the bible verses that explains the story of Window. This link connects to his sermon in Word, click HERE
Introduction to the Liturgical Year 2024
The Liturgical Year is a precious blessing bestowed upon us by the early Christians who came before us. It is important to remember that the Church calendar is distinct from the daily Gregorian calendar. The Church Year or Liturgical Year begins in November or December and centers upon events in the life of our Lord Jesus and His Church. Here is the link to 2024 Calendar
Quilting Group - started in January. the meet every Thursdays 9:30 am, all are welcome.
The Airdrie youth group has changed their time to 6:30 on Saturdays.
www.airdriechristianyouthgroup.com is their website. It doesn't have much information but it's a way to contact the organizers.
Check out our NEW "Community Links & Events Blog". "Community Links" is a series of workshops available for children and adults on topics such as mental health, and parenting in general over the next several months. "Community Events" are a direct link to events happening inn our community. httpsCOMMUNITY LINKS
Do you sometimes have difficulty with finding the right words when Praying. Here are some examples to guide you as you pray for individuals recovering from surgery, hospice care, undergoing treatment or testing, recent diagnosis, for those facing illness, and time of conflict and crisis. Click HERE for some examples. These prays can also be found on ELCIC's website.
Worship Team Schedule
Clink here to view: SCHEDULE
Pastor Tim Wray: 780-216-9729
Administration office: 403-948-3567