Posts from August 2015

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“Dismantling Racism” workshops start Sept. 2

by Trina Kleist

Say NO to racism! Fifty years after civil rights activists marched in Selma, Ala., people of color still face racism and violence – even during swimming pool parties and Bible study sessions. Everyone interested in what we can do in Nevada County to end racism is invited to a series of workshops starting at 9:15 […]

Church picnic: Barbecue, games, boating!

by Trina Kleist

Fellowship and fun for the whole family! PEACE Lutheran Church’s annual picnic starts at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20, at Commodore Park in Lake Wildwood. It’s a great time for fellowship and fun, as we enjoy the last days of summer! Lutherans are famous for our potlucks, and the PEACE picnic follows that tradition. We’re […]

Sunday, Aug. 16: Fair Trade Sunday… & more Bread!

by Trina Kleist

Bread and wisdom… These themes repeat in our Bible readings this week. Even Jesus’ closest followers had trouble understanding Jesus’ message when he compared himself to bread – Bread from Heaven, the Bread of Life. We pray that God give us also the wisdom to understand! We pray that the Holy Spirit enter into us, […]

Sunday, Aug. 9: Bread of Life

by Trina Kleist

Feel like something’s missing? Jesus promises that, when you walk his Path, you’ll never be hungry again. What’s really amazing? The more you let Jesus feed you, the more you find that this world’s bread – the material things we think we’re hungry for – isn’t what fills you up. Eat with us here at […]