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Welcome to First Evangelical Lutheran Church

Whether a member, a friend or a casual observer we welcome you to the web-site of First Evangelical Lutheran Church

First Lutheran is a parish of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and one of nearly 200 congregations of the New England Synod. Our doors are open to life-long Lutheran Christians, Christians of other denominations and to those seeking to know more about Christ. First is a community of faith centered in Word and Sacrament and focused on proclaiming the Good News of the Gospel to a world in turmoil. We invite you to join us as we offer ourselves to God and to the greater community through our liturgy and prayer and service to our brothers and sisters. We ask that God bless you on your journey of faith, wherever it may lead you.

Latest News

First Lutheran Church and the Brockton Historical Society will collaborate on Sunday, May 17 at 4pm when the sanctuary of…

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On Sunday, April 12 at 9 am, the new bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, The Rt. Rev. Alan…

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The Armstrong Brothers return for another great concert.  On April 25 from 4 to 10 pm the “New Nashville” sound…

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Hot Cross Buns Order Form Our Youth will be making and selling Hot Cross Buns on Palm Sunday, March 29. …

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Brockton Symphony Concert march 22 Sunday, March 22 the Brockton Symphony Orchestra will perform a Chamber Music Concert here at…

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Helping Others

This Saturday, January 24 our Food For Friends Food Pantry will host a food packaging event with Outreach/Kid’s Care and…

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The Day of Pentecost May 24, 2015

On the fiftieth day of Easter we celebrate the Spirit, through whom and in whom the people of God are created and re-created. Pentecost is sometimes called the church's birthday, but might more appropriately be called its baptism day, since the gift of the Spirit is the fullness of baptism. Ezekiel's vision shows the Spirit resurrecting and re-creating not just individuals but a whole people. Romans makes it clear that God is in the process of re-creating the entire cosmos; yet the Spirit is also at work in the most intimate and personal way, praying in us "with sighs too deep for words" when we do not know how to pray.!
. Readings

Readings: (click on the readings to view)

Acts 1:15-17, 21-26
Psalm 1
1 John 5: 9-13
John 17: 6-19