On Wednesday, February 12, Gethsemane Lutheran School will host it’s annual Kindergarten Roundup. Prospective parents can meet our teacher and our principal, tour the school, spend time in the clasroom, and ask any questions they may have. Pizza will be served at 6:30pm!
The traveling choir from Nebraska Lutheran High School will present a sacred concert at Gethsemane on Sunday morning, Feburary 2, at 8:00 and again at 10:30. We are excited to have them share God’s Word with us in song. We pray that you can join us.
The Vine continues to meet every Wednesday moning from 9:00 to 10:30. This groups is open to all children ages 0-4 (and their parents!). It is a morning full of fun, hands-on, educational activities in which we also point the children to their Savior, Jesus, and his love.
This Sunday morning we will begin a new Bible Study that will highlight the comfort and encouragement, the guidance and direction found in the Book of Psalms. Bible Class begins at 9:15. We hope you can join us!
Jesus is the Savior of the world! He came to live and die and rise again for all people. Like the wise men so long ago, let us worship him with our own gifts of gratitude and love. Let us worship him with humble service, joyful praise, and willing obedience.
Lord, we ask for your continued blessings upon our students and our teachers. We pray that you would bless them spiritually through your Word – strengthen their faith, increace their knowledge, and empower them to live. We also pray that your would continue to help each of them grow physically, academically, and socially.
We will gather for worship on Christmas Eve at 5:30 and 7:00 and again on Christmas morning at 9:00.
The children of our School and Sunday School will share the Christmas Gospel in Word and Song on Saturday, December 21 at 5:30pm and again on Sunday, December 22 at 9:30am. All are welcome!
We conclude our three-part mid-week Advent devotional series this week. On December 18 we will gather at 6:30 to ask ourselves what may have us confused as we go through the week, the month, the holidays, life itslef. When we are confused, to whom shall we go? Jesus has the answer; Jesus is the answer.
We will gather again on Wednesday evening – December 11 – at 6:30 for the spiritual rest that only Jesus can give us in the Gospel. Exhausted? “Come to me,” Jesus says. He will give us rest for our souls.