Welcome to the Lutheran Church of the Master
"Christ is Risen!"
Easter is upon us. We celebrate the season for 50 days.
The empty tomb invites us to reconsider our assumptions. Is there more to this world than we thought?
Possibility abounds as we marvel at the mystery of new life, renewed lives and eternal life beyond the grave.
The resurrection account comes to us through the stories of those early followers who witnessed the Risen Christ. The changes in their lives and mission are the evidence that something really happened. That Jesus really rose from the dead.
Decades after that first Easter, St. Paul encouraged the churches with the conviction that this power at work in Jesus is the same power at work in you! (Ephesians 1:19-20)
Join us, jaws dropped, in singing "Alleluia" in praise and awe of what this might mean.
Pastor Tim Wray
3rd Sunday after Pentecost
Zoom Connection for this Worship Service. Click here to JOIN
Bulletin for Sunday June 26th, click HERE
Kid's Corner, click HERE (Bulletin & Activity Page) (sorry link is not working)
Do you sometime 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.
Thank you to all who purchased quilts! The quilting group; organized by Velma Wray has worked diligently for the past few months making quilts. The balance of quilts will be donated to various charities.
Could you Host a Ukranian Family?
Hosts for Ukrainian evacuees are desperately needed! If you can open your home, there are evacuees coming in June that will need temporary accommodation. A host can offer a room or rooms in their home for a family to stay until they are ready to move into their own accommodation. SWARM (South West Area Refugee Ministry) can help put you in contact with a family, through St Vladimir’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church – Ukrainian Humanitarian Aid - and SWARM will help support you and the newcomers through the process.
You can go straight to https://stvlads.com/housingforrefugees
Or you can call a SWARM member or email for information at firstname.lastname@example.org
LEAD Team News...
Thank you to our LEAD Team for hosting last Sunday's Service (May 29th) and for sharing their finding so far. Click HERE for all the details on how you can participate.
LCM Spring Clean Up
This year the spring work is being split into several smaller projects which we hope will provide people more flexibility and when and how much time they can contribute. The work can begin immediately and the hope is all projects wil be completed by July 1st (Airdrie Canada Day Parade)
We would like a Team Lead for each project. The lead will coordinate their volunteers, set work date(s) and times, ensure the required tools and materials are available and oversee the project to completion. Major supplies will be provided by the church.
Please contact Arlen Masson – Property Manager for more information or assistance. Phone: 587-580-6193
Give your family a summer to remember open house Sunday June 26th! Join us at Camp Kuriakos for one or more program weeks. Programs for all ages. Make great memories and unplug from your hectic daily lives. Click HERE for more detals. Click HERE to register.
"NEW" COVID Guidelines at LCM March 11,2022. Council has committed to align LCM's social practices with the provincial guidelines taking reasonable precautions as we adopt new patterns. Starting Sunday masks are no longer required but are welcome. We will continue hand sanitation stations at communion, and Pastor Tim will wear a mask while serving communion. We will begin passing the offering plate in services. Coffee time will resume after worship and we will continue to share the peace in 'covid cautions' ways over the coming weeks, attentive to varying levels of personal space.
The Russian military assault on Ukraine threatens peace in Europe and indeed the whole world. This urgent and evolving crisis requires the attention and solidarity of the global Christian community. Click HERE for full details.
- Make a designated offering donation for "Ukraine Appeal" through any ELCIC congregation.
- Call CLWR at 1-800-661-2597 to donate by credit card or go online here.
- Send a cheque payable to CLWR, mailing it to CLWR 600-177 Lombard Avenue Winnipeg MB R3B 0W5. Please indicate that you wish to contribute to the "Ukraine Appeal".
Offering We are grateful for the continued financial support for our ministry.
Checks 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
Worship Team Schedule
Clink here to view: SCHEDULE
Pastor Tim Wray: 780-216-9729
Administration office: 403-948-3567