God's peace in the Lord Jesus be yours in full measure, members and friends of our Churches! “Come, let us sing unto the Lord” and “worship His Name!” (Psalm 95; Psalm 34:3)
Our Sunday Divine worship for April 18, the Third Sunday of Easter (Good Shepherd Sunday), will utilize page 15 in the Lutheran Hymnal at both Churches (Holy Communion). For the online service, see three paragraphs below. A printed order of worship can also be picked up at both Churches beginning Friday afternoon. Sunday service times, etc., are as follows:
Holy Trinity, Fedor: 8:00 AM Bible study (Book Hosea) & and 8:30 AM indoor & drive-in/over-the-radio (95.3 FM) Divine Worship service with full printed order of worship.
St. James, Lexington: @9:45 AM Sunday school, 10:00 AM Bible study (Book of Hosea) & indoor 10:30 AM Divine Worship service.
About COVID-19: Neither Church requires masks for indoor worship. Members/guests are welcome and free to wear masks as they please, especially for the more-at-risk and unvaccinated, and to social-distance in pews if desired.
Online service for members/friends of both congregations: Please check out trinity-stjames.org/at_home_worship in order to acccess our online service, which is written out and audio-file embedded. (Services/audios for the four most recent services are included further down.) This service will be available weekly throughout the pandemic (service of Matins this Sunday).
Holy Communion: (Click on the "Communion, Currently" tab above for more info.)
As we are dependent on the gracious tithing and loving support of our members, we ask that you continue to remember your Church in your caring, Christian giving. Members of both congregations are invited and encouraged to give an offering at in one of the following 3 ways: 1) mail to: St. James Lutheran Church, PO Box 247, Lexington, TX, 78947, 2) Drop off offering in the open window closest to the double wooden doors under the awning at St. James - this is secured, 3) wait to tithe again when this is all over.
God's certain peace to you in the Lord Jesus!
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God's Word and Luther's doctrine pure shall to eternity endure!
Blessings to you in the Name of God our heavenly Father, through Jesus Christ our Lord, revealed to the world as God in the flesh! Yes, blessings to you in God the Holy Spirit, our Sanctifier. Greetings from our Church families at Holy Trinity and Saint James Lutheran Churches. You are always welcome to come and worship the Holy Triune God with us. We are a dual-parish of the one holy Christian and apostolic Church, and we are affiliated with the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. We joyfully exist by God’s grace to meet the spiritual needs of our members, our guests and all who would now or in the future be in need of a Church home and family. We are here to proclaim the saving Name of God the Holy Trinity – God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
We welcome you in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ to our website, and we would love to welcome you as well to join us in Divine Worship on Sundays and other holy days and seasons in the year. Yes, please do receive with us the gifts of God’s forgiveness, life and salvation in Word and Sacrament in His Church. Come and hear how God the Father sent His only-begotten Son, Jesus Christ, to be the “atoning sacrifice” for our sins. (1 John 4:10) That is, how our Savior Jesus was slain and died a holy, blameless death in order to save us from our sins. (See 1 John 4:14) And, how He rose again triumphantly on the third day in order to defeat the power of death and the devil for us so that we will one day, too, rise eternally with Him.
We accept and heartily acknowledge all the canonical books of the Old and New Testaments as the divinely inspired (God-breathed) and inerrant (without error) Word of God, and the only source, rule and norm of Christian doctrine and practice.
We also hold fast to and confess the symbolic (identifying badge of our faith) books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church (The Book of Concord or Lutheran Confessions), which are the correct and faithful exposition of the Holy Word of God.
So yes, by all means, come join with us in the liturgical and theologically rich heritage that God in His grace has blessed us with. “The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you!" (1 Thessalonians 5:28)