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Join the MLC Book Club on Wednesday, Dec. 18th @ 10am – church narthex
We’re currently reading the book “Something in the Water” by Catherine Steadman. So if you love to read and whether or not you have read the book, or are simply interested in hearing more about it, please come! We read a different book each month and then get together to discuss the book and enjoy coffee, refreshments and each others company.
Please contact Lorri Reinders or Ray Gergus if you have questions or want more info.
German-language Christmas Service
Frohe Weihnachten! Sunday, December 22nd @ 3pm at MLC
You’re invited to come enjoy a beautiful tradition at our annual German-language Christmas worship service. This year we welcome Pastor Tia Pelz as our guest presider. Pastor Tia received her training in Germany and is ordained and spending a year at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, SF as part of her extended training. You will be able to greet her at the kaffeeklatsch following the service.
All are welcome!
Christmas Eve Worship Services
REJOICE with us on Tuesday, December 24th at 4pm, 6pm & 10:30pm
Christmas is a special time of year at Marin Lutheran. Our choir has been busy practicing beautiful music for our 3 Christmas Eve services and we hope you will join us. Come and hear the message God has given us!
Join us for a joyful celebration at:
4pm – Family Christmas Service
6pm – Candlelit Service of Lessons & Carols
10:30pm – Traditional Candlelight Service
A service of song, silence and contemplation
In January we are introducing a new 30-40 minute service on Sunday evenings. This is a beautiful reflective service of music, scripture and prayer, which originated at the Taize Community in the Burgundy region of France. Our service will follow closely the original service (many of the hymns/chants we already sing in our services) with some minor adaptations. We will worship in quiet and candlelight.
The Taizé Community is an ecumenical Christian monastic fraternity in Taizé, Saône-et-Loire, Burgundy, France. It is composed of more than one hundred brothers, from Catholic and Protestant traditions, who originate from about thirty countries across the world. It was founded in 1940 by Brother Roger Schütz, a Reformed Protestant.
Join us in January as we begin a new year with Taize worship services.