Thank you to all who attended our Advent and Christmas services!
Concordia had strong attendance throughout the season, as well as members watching online who are either practicing caution with Covid, or who were out of town.
We’re now in the season of Epiphany, where the Christmas Light of Jesus is now shining on the hearts of mankind. Later, we’ll move into the season of Lent, beginning on March 2nd with Ash Wednesday. Look for future posts with details about midweek services and times.
Regular Worship Schedule:
- Our standard service is Sunday at 9:00 AM, where attendees are free to make their own safety choices while being conscious of others (average attendance: 50-60).
- Sunday at 11:00 AM is intended for more at-risk members, and masks are not required but are more commonly used (average attendance: 20-30).
- Our Monday 6:30 PM service is a smaller, shorter service intended both for those unavailable on Sundays, but also as another option for those desiring more caution (average attendance: 5).
If you’re interested in additional social and learning opportunities, check out our Bible Studies, Classes, etc. page.
Visitors or those interested in joining are encouraged to contact Pastor Paul Gaschler.
Call/Text: (317)-883-7383, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|SUNDAY||9:00 AM||Divine Service|
|10:00 AM||Bible Class & Sunday School|
|11:00 AM||Divine Service|
|MONDAY||6:30 PM||Divine Service|
Recent Blog Posts:
- Food Pantry Donations (1/11/2022) - As many know, we’ve collected donations for the Samaritan Food Pantry located on Market Plaza by Coffee House Five in the past. We’ve supported Samaritan Food Pantry through food donations, monetary donations, and the meals we’ve packed with Pack Away Hunger. Concordia supported this food pantry for many years. During the height of the pandemic, ... Read more
- Kantorei Recordings Online (1/11/2022) - We had the joy of having the Fort Wayne Seminary Choir, the Kantorei, sing at our services this past weekend. If you missed out on hearing them, or would like to hear more, below is a link to one of their albums on YouTube.
- Seminary Choir at Bible Study (1/11/2022) -
- God’s Relentless Love (1/3/2022) - I’m excited Kitchen Table Bible Study will be starting a new book called God’s Relentless Love: A Study of Hosea later in January. There are many reasons I’m excited for this book. First, this is the first time this group has done a study on a specific book of the Bible so it will be ... Read more