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

The 27th Annual Golf Tournament of First Lutheran Church will be held on Monday, September 18 at the Brockton Country…

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yard sale Yard Sale Flyer A GIANT Yard sale will be held on Saturday, August 5 from 8 am to…

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Helping Others

Many of you are aware that former member, Cheryl Ruby died on July 23 at her home in Tennessee. Cheryl…

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As many of you know for some time now Don Anderson, Alden’s son, has health issues that limit his mobility. …

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On Friday, September 29 at 6 pm the Children’s Ark Preschool will hold a Spaghetti Supper here at the church…

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Worship with Us

 

Sunday - 8:30 am thru Labor Day

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  • The Tenth Sunday After Pentecost

  • August 13, 2017

    Services at 8:30 am ONLY for the Summer

  • IntroductionElijah finds the presence of God not in earthquake, wind, or fire, but in the sound of sheer silence. When the disciples face a great storm on the sea, they cry out with fear. Jesus says: “Take heart, it is I; do not be afraid.” Amid the storms of life, we gather to seek the calm presence of Christ that soothes our fears. In comforting words of scripture and in the refreshing bread and cup of the eucharist, God grants us peace and sends us forth to be a sign of God’s presence to others.

    Readings and Psalm