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321 Ninth Street N, Fargo, ND 58102

Pastor Sue Koesterman
'The Ascension'
Pastor Sue Koesterman
Sunday Schedule:
  9:30 AM     Elim Worship Service - Communion 1st & 2nd Sundays
                       Hymn Sing 3rd Sunday of the month

10:30 AM     Fellowship, Coffee, and Education Hour

11:00 AM     St Mark's Worship Service at Elim

The Big Story
May Narrative Lectionary

During the month of May we will be spending time in Paul’s letter to the church at Rome, experiencing the fire of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, and transitioning to the book of Psalms for our first series of the summer. In case you miss a Sunday here are the texts we will be hearing throughout the month of May:

May 3 Romans 1:1-17 – Eagerness in Proclamation

In this, the introduction to Paul’s letter to the Romans, Paul writes at length about his eagerness to proclaim the gospel to these people he has not yet met and his desire to come to them and join them in community.

May 10 Romans 5:1-11 – God’s Love Poured Out

Even in suffering hope does not disappoint us because our hope is founded on nothing less than God’s great love poured out for us!

May 17 Romans 6:1-14 – Hope of Resurrection

We have been baptized into Christ’s death and resurrection, Paul writes. What does that mean? According to Paul it means that just as we are united to Christ in death, the death of sin and death itself, we are also united to the new life found in Christ’s resurrection. Because he lives we shall live too! Alleluia! Amen!

May 24 Romans 8:18-39 – Pentecost/Nothing Can Separate Us

What do the story of the arrival of the Holy Spirit as tongues of fire at Pentecost and Paul’s soaring prose in Roman’s 8 have in common? We are woven together as one people in Christ through the Holy Spirit and because of that nothing, absolutely nothing, can ever separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus.

May 31 Psalm 1– Planted by Streams of Living Water

Who are the “happy” and the “wise”? According to the Psalmist they are those who meditate on God’s word day and night. They are so deeply rooted in God’s good desire for God’s children that they cannot help but flourish and thrive! May it be so with us.

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Elim Lutheran Church
321 North Ninth Street
Fargo, ND 58102
Phone: 701-232-2574
Fax: 701-297-7776