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Women’s Bible Study

Ladies, all ages, come join us on Wednesdays beginning October 14 at 7pm for the next installment of Our Redeemer’s Women’s Bible Study Group! We are so excited to share that we will be doing a topical study from Concordia Publishing House (CPH.org) entitled, “Waiting, a Bible study on Patience, Hope and Trust” by Sharla Fritz. 

We will do our study entirely on the platform, “Zoom” for the home computer. The study will be recorded each week for those who cannot make it on Wednesdays, so you can follow along on your own time.

Please contact Lay Deacon, Sue Smith ( deacon@orelc.org) to register for the class as soon as possible and reserve your book. Cost of the study guide is $10. This study will help us navigate the strange times we are in, especially while we wait for the Covid vaccine.  

“Be Still and know I am God” Psalm 46:10.

"Opportunity" by Lay Deacon Sue Smith

How are you all doing after being couped up for several weeks?  I know I am missing my kids, my folks, dear friends and my church friends, YOU! One of the things I don’t have to miss and have everyday is God’s Holy Word.

 

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"Opportunity+" by Lay Deacon Sue Smith

What’s happening with your prayer life these days? 

Today is an opportunity to reflect on why we pray, what we pray, and how we pray.

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"A Welcome Opportunity" by Lay Deacon Sue Smith

We are equipped in the faith, and will have the opportunity to greet all who enter our doors with the peace and love of Jesus Christ.

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Letter to the Churches of the New England District on the Recent Violence in America

New England District LIVE!

Directory of on line Worship Events throughout New England

Stinnett joins Our Redeemer Church

The Rev. Aaron Stinnett with wife Nancy and daughter Lydia moved to Cumberland to join Our Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church in Greenville. Stinnett was installed on Sunday after his move from a church in West Virginia.

Full article from "The Valley Breeze" by JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD, Valley Breeze & Observer Staff Writer HERE: