Worship this fall will feature stories from the Gospel of Luke, while the individual passages are listed below, you might find it helpful to read the gospel on your own in one sitting. As you will see, Luke has a distinctive style and emphases that become clear as the gospel develops. Sunday School classes for children and adults will be following these same passages as well.
Sunday, September 25
Jesus taught using parables, and in a memorable section of Luke 15, we encounter lost and found stories. The Rev. Anna Kendig will preach on this passage and the Central Choir sings here at Central. At the Retreat for Families with Children, Rev. Colby will lead worship looking at these same stories.
Rev. Anna Kendig is a staff chaplain at the University of Minnesota Medical Center. Anna offers spiritual care to people in chemical dependency detox and behavioral health intensive care, as well as to Spanish-speaking families at University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital. When not at work, she can be found exploring used bookstores or off on road trip adventures. Anna is also, along with Phil Romine, a founding board member of Twin Cities Houses of Hospitality.