Our mission is connecting: upward, inward and outward.
We are a group of people who share faith in Christ and a love for God. We strive to care for others by following the example of Jesus. We are welcomed by God, just as we are, and we pray that we welcome others in the same way. Come visit us!
We offer three services;
4:30 PM: Traditional/relaxed svc
9:15 AM: Traditional svc
10:30 AM: Sunday school
11:15 AM: Contemporary svc
RLC News for You
Check out upcoming activities under the RLC Activities tab.
RLC Monthly Activities, January
-Jan 3: Hand and Foot Canasta, 11:30am
-Jan 8: Hope Circle, 1:00pm
-Jan 12: Quilters meet, 9:00am
-Jan 15: Hope Circle Bible Study, 7:00pm
-Jan 17: Senior Night Out, 5:30pm
-Jan 18: Women's Bible Study, Interurban, 11:30am
-Jan 27: RLC Council Meeting, 12:30pm
Special Activities for January
-Jan 12: LYO meeting in Tulsa, Depart at 8:30am
-Jan 13: Special Congregational Meeting, 12:15pm
-Jan 26: Younger Youth Gathering
-Jan 26: Holy Cow Cluster Meeting, 10:00am
-Feb 3: RLC Annual Meeting, 12:15pm
Weekly Wednesday Activities
-Bells practice: 6:00-6:50pm
-Choir practice: 7:00-7:50pm
-People of the Land rehearsal: 8:00pm
Doane Choir at Trinity Lutheran Church, Jan 10th
Doane University (Crete, Nebraska) has one of the premier college choirs in the United States, directed by Dr. Kurt Runestad, guest conductor of one of OKC’s 500thAnniversary Reformation Music Festivals in October 2017. Trinity Lutheran Church will be the site for the first stop of their 2019 Southwest U.S. Tour.
Come for an evening of inspirational music. Invite friends, neighbors, co-workers, family!
Trinity Lutheran Church 5701 S. May Avenue OKC, OK 73119 (405)685-3432 firstname.lastname@example.org okctrinity.org
In Pastor Mark's January Pastor Message, he mentioned that his priorities would be different in the New Year. We will focus on seeking to more fully experience the presence, power and activity of God and not just work hard doing human ministry using human resources.
To facilitate this new focus, we need to create more space for smaller gatherings where we can pray together, learn how to more fully experience God (hear God’s voice, sense God’s presence, understand and use Spiritual gifts), and help each other enter more fully into the fullness of the Christian life for which we were designed.
The hope is to start weekly gatherings in January. The suggested meeting night is Tuesday. Talk to Pastor Mark if you are interested in being part of this kind of group, and if so, if Tuesday nights work for you.
Feeding the Hungry Who Stop By
We need your help. We are low in the following items that we give out to those who are in need of food in our community:
• Fresh fruit and vegetables
• Large paper bags
• Canned chicken and tuna
• Ravioli and pasta in a can (both family and individual servings) with pop tops if possible.
• Chicken and beef soup
• Powdered milk
• Peanut butter
• Canned pop top fruit (single size servings)
• Bottled water
Special Congregational Meeting on Jan 13 at 12:15pm
The Vision Committee is asking for guidance on the potential sale of our 10th St property. The group is asking for the authority to accept any potential offers over a specific dollar amount. The church also needs approval to purchase a new furnace for approximately $8,000. Please plan to attend.
Mitten, Mitten, Where is the Mitten?
Please help decorate the Christmas Tree in the Narthex with mittens, gloves, scarves and hats. We give them out to people in need through out the winter. Thank you!
Holy Cow Cluster, Jan 26 at RLC
For more information, please go to the main menu "About Us" and then click on Holy Cow.
One way we seek to grow individually and as a community of faith is to travel together through the daily devotions found in the Moravian Daily Texts. We believe there is power in all of us reading and studying the same verses each day, just like the Moravians did many years ago.
These texts can be accessed via the books we are handing out at church, or you can sign up for free online at https://www.moravian.org/the-daily-texts/ and they will be sent to you via a daily email.
You are invited to do each day’s readings and prayers as an individual or family and then go on Facebook to the RLC Prayer page to share comments or prayer requests and read the comments or prayer requests posted by others.
We are giving the books away, but if you want to cover the costs, you can donate $6.00 per book to Pastor Mark’s Discretionary Fund to replenish what we spent to buy the books.
Our men's ministry is in need of a fresh start. Please check out the Men's Group section of the website under the main menu: Preach and Teach, Bible Studies for more information about our new direction.
RLC Directories are Available
The new RLC Directory is printed and available. If you had a picture taken for the directory, pick up your free copy. If you submitted a family photo or would simply like a directory, you can simply pay $20 to help cover the costs of the publication.
You are Welcome Here!
We are seniors, young parents, teens, children, married, and single. We are from different places and different religious backgrounds. We come together to worship, to help and support one another and to serve our community.
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