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  • January 1, 2023
  • January 2, 2023(2 events)

    Commemoration of J. K. Wilhelm Loehe, Pastor

    All day
    January 2, 2023

    Commemorations (from LSB xii)

    "Our churches teach that the remembrance of the saints is to be commended in order that we may imitate their faith and good works according to our calling." --Augsburg Confession 21

    The Lutheran reformers understood that there was great benefit in remembering the saints whom God has given to His Church. The Apology of the Augsburg Confession (Article 21) gives three reasons for such honor. First, we thank God for giving faithful  servants to His Church. Second, through such remembrance our faith is strengthened as we see the mercy that God extended to His saints of old. Third, these saints are examples by which we may imitate both their faith and their holy living according to our calling in life.

    The calendar of commemorations lists a number of men and women from both the Old and New Testaments and from the first 19 centuries of the Church's life.  Their defense of the fundamental beliefs of the Christian faith and/or their virtuous living have caused these individuals to stand out over time as persons worthy of recognition. In every case, the purpose of our remembrance is not that we honor these saints for their own sake, but as examples of those in whom the saving work of Jesus Christ has been made manifest to the glory of His holy name and to the praise of His grace and mercy.

    "Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely , and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us." --Hebrews 12:1

     Learn more about the distinction being made between “festivals” and “commemorations.”

    Lent Preparation

    January 2, 2023

    January 2-4, 2023 at St. Andrew Lutheran, West Fargo
    A Lenten Series on:
    Jesus Came to Serve You: Christ’s Passion according to St. Matthew
    Presenter: Rev. David C. Fleming DOXOLOGY’s Executive Director of Spiritual Care and Associate Pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church, Grand Rapids, MI

    Remember: Ash Wed is February 22, 2023 | Easter is April 9, 2023

    More information

  • January 3, 2023(1 event)

    Lent Preparation

    January 2, 2023

    January 2-4, 2023 at St. Andrew Lutheran, West Fargo
    A Lenten Series on:
    Jesus Came to Serve You: Christ’s Passion according to St. Matthew
    Presenter: Rev. David C. Fleming DOXOLOGY’s Executive Director of Spiritual Care and Associate Pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church, Grand Rapids, MI

    Remember: Ash Wed is February 22, 2023 | Easter is April 9, 2023

    More information

  • January 4, 2023(1 event)

    Lent Preparation

    January 2, 2023

    January 2-4, 2023 at St. Andrew Lutheran, West Fargo
    A Lenten Series on:
    Jesus Came to Serve You: Christ’s Passion according to St. Matthew
    Presenter: Rev. David C. Fleming DOXOLOGY’s Executive Director of Spiritual Care and Associate Pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church, Grand Rapids, MI

    Remember: Ash Wed is February 22, 2023 | Easter is April 9, 2023

    More information

  • January 5, 2023
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  • January 9, 2023
  • January 10, 2023(1 event)

    Commemoration of Basil the Great of Caesarea, Gregory of Nazianzus, and Gregory of Nyssa, Pastors and Confessors

    All day
    January 10, 2023

    Commemorations (from LSB xii)

    "Our churches teach that the remembrance of the saints is to be commended in order that we may imitate their faith and good works according to our calling." --Augsburg Confession 21

    The Lutheran reformers understood that there was great benefit in remembering the saints whom God has given to His Church. The Apology of the Augsburg Confession (Article 21) gives three reasons for such honor. First, we thank God for giving faithful  servants to His Church. Second, through such remembrance our faith is strengthened as we see the mercy that God extended to His saints of old. Third, these saints are examples by which we may imitate both their faith and their holy living according to our calling in life.

    The calendar of commemorations lists a number of men and women from both the Old and New Testaments and from the first 19 centuries of the Church's life.  Their defense of the fundamental beliefs of the Christian faith and/or their virtuous living have caused these individuals to stand out over time as persons worthy of recognition. In every case, the purpose of our remembrance is not that we honor these saints for their own sake, but as examples of those in whom the saving work of Jesus Christ has been made manifest to the glory of His holy name and to the praise of His grace and mercy.

    "Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely , and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us." --Hebrews 12:1

     Learn more about the distinction being made between “festivals” and “commemorations.”

  • January 11, 2023
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  • January 18, 2023
  • January 19, 2023
  • January 20, 2023(1 event)

    Commemoration of Sarah

    All day
    January 20, 2023

    Commemorations (from LSB xii)

    "Our churches teach that the remembrance of the saints is to be commended in order that we may imitate their faith and good works according to our calling." --Augsburg Confession 21

    The Lutheran reformers understood that there was great benefit in remembering the saints whom God has given to His Church. The Apology of the Augsburg Confession (Article 21) gives three reasons for such honor. First, we thank God for giving faithful  servants to His Church. Second, through such remembrance our faith is strengthened as we see the mercy that God extended to His saints of old. Third, these saints are examples by which we may imitate both their faith and their holy living according to our calling in life.

    The calendar of commemorations lists a number of men and women from both the Old and New Testaments and from the first 19 centuries of the Church's life.  Their defense of the fundamental beliefs of the Christian faith and/or their virtuous living have caused these individuals to stand out over time as persons worthy of recognition. In every case, the purpose of our remembrance is not that we honor these saints for their own sake, but as examples of those in whom the saving work of Jesus Christ has been made manifest to the glory of His holy name and to the praise of His grace and mercy.

    "Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely , and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us." --Hebrews 12:1

     Learn more about the distinction being made between “festivals” and “commemorations.”

  • January 21, 2023
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  • January 25, 2023
  • January 26, 2023
  • January 27, 2023(1 event)

    Commemoration of John Chrysostom, Preacher

    All day
    January 27, 2023

    Commemorations (from LSB xii)

    "Our churches teach that the remembrance of the saints is to be commended in order that we may imitate their faith and good works according to our calling." --Augsburg Confession 21

    The Lutheran reformers understood that there was great benefit in remembering the saints whom God has given to His Church. The Apology of the Augsburg Confession (Article 21) gives three reasons for such honor. First, we thank God for giving faithful  servants to His Church. Second, through such remembrance our faith is strengthened as we see the mercy that God extended to His saints of old. Third, these saints are examples by which we may imitate both their faith and their holy living according to our calling in life.

    The calendar of commemorations lists a number of men and women from both the Old and New Testaments and from the first 19 centuries of the Church's life.  Their defense of the fundamental beliefs of the Christian faith and/or their virtuous living have caused these individuals to stand out over time as persons worthy of recognition. In every case, the purpose of our remembrance is not that we honor these saints for their own sake, but as examples of those in whom the saving work of Jesus Christ has been made manifest to the glory of His holy name and to the praise of His grace and mercy.

    "Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely , and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us." --Hebrews 12:1

     Learn more about the distinction being made between “festivals” and “commemorations.”

  • January 28, 2023
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  • February 4, 2023

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