Christ Lutheran Church and Preschool

Christ Lutheran Church and Preschool

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Join us for Good Friday worship. April 10, 2020
It is a long time since a brief 6 month interim at CLC that ended too soon. Reading through the web page and FB posts, I get the impression CLC is doing what it does best: celebrating what it means to be a community of faith with gifted people and staff. Our daughter and family continue to live in Grapevine. Perhaps I'll get to sneak in the back door soon for a visit.
Looking ahead to Sunday: "A whole lot of our sacred Scripture deals with such morally ambivalent stories. Jacob is in, in at least some ways, in the wrong before both God and human beings. But he holds fast to God and demands a blessing anyway. The widow may or may not be asking for something good and just, but she fights all the same. Jesus correctly understands that his audience--including us!--is more likely to need lessons in holding fast to what's good than in knowing what's good in the first place."
What a wonderful celebration of Thanksgiving! Thank You to all who joined us and helped make our Thanksgiving luncheon a wonderful success. Thank You for getting to know our friends from Back On My Feet! I think the smiles in this photo say it all!
Looking forward to the first “Contemporary” church service this Sunday! Very excited to be a part of this!
Merry Christmas from Music Ministry:
CLC Advent Concert 2017

Member of the ELCA. A Community of Faith. Reaching out to Change Lives. Christ Lutheran Church is an ELCA congregation in Dallas, Texas. Our Sunday worship schedule begins with Morning Prayer online at 8:15 AM, Service of Holy Communion at 9 AM and 11 AM.

See www.clcdallas.org for more details.

Operating as usual

Welcome Veronika, Bad (or Absent) Shepherds, VBS Coming Soon 07/16/2021

Welcome Veronika, Bad (or Absent) Shepherds, VBS Coming Soon

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Welcome Veronika, Bad (or Absent) Shepherds, VBS Coming Soon Today we blessed and commended our brother Mac Hargrove to God, almost sixteen months after his passing. It was an emotional moment, made possible both by the dedication and faithfulness of Mac's family and by the cooperation and labor of many people in the church and preschool. We mourn the absence...

Prophets and Professionals, Installations, and Remembering our Departed 07/09/2021

Prophets and Professionals, Installations, and Remembering our Departed

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Prophets and Professionals, Installations, and Remembering our Departed Be sure to join us this week in worship as we officially (and belatedly) install Marcus Hatcher as our director of Youth and Family Ministry at 9 AM, with cake and lemonade to follow in the narthex. We're also looking forward to welcoming our sisters and brothers from Mount Olive Lutheran Church....

[07/09/21]   Report of Roofing Project at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, Dallas TX

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Christ Lutheran Church and Preschool updated their information in their About section. 07/07/2021

Christ Lutheran Church and Preschool updated their information in their About section.

Christ Lutheran Church and Preschool updated their information in their About section.

07/04/2021

The Sixth Sunday After Pentecost | July 4, 2021

The Sixth Sunday After Pentecost | July 4, 2021

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[07/04/21]   REMINDER: one service today at 10 a.m. Happy Independence Day!

One Service at 10 AM this Sunday, Rev. Kerry Dueholm preaches, and all the news 07/02/2021

One Service at 10 AM this Sunday, Rev. Kerry Dueholm preaches, and all the news

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One Service at 10 AM this Sunday, Rev. Kerry Dueholm preaches, and all the news Greetings and blessings to everyone. I hope you are preparing for, or already enjoying, a pleasant holiday weekend. Remember, this Sunday, July 4, there is one service at 10 AM. We expect to be joined by our sisters and brothers of Mount Olive Lutheran Church, so don't miss out. Independence Day i...

Join us on the the Fifth Sunday After Pentecost | June 27, 2021 06/30/2021

Join us on the the Fifth Sunday After Pentecost | June 27, 2021

Sunday's Gospel and sermon: Jesus breaks through the shell of isolation created by illness and grief

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Photos from Christ Lutheran Church and Preschool's post 06/28/2021

I just wanted to extend a big THANK YOU to each of the students and parents that joined us yesterday for Top Golf!

After the numerous challenges over the last 18 months, it was fantastic to see the students together again!

We had 20 students attend in total, both high schoolers and junior highers- there was plenty of golf, food, and fellowship to go around!

06/27/2021

Join us for The Fifth Sunday After Pentecost | June 27, 2021

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Two Healings, Congregational Forum, and One Service July 4 06/25/2021

Two Healings, Congregational Forum, and One Service July 4

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Two Healings, Congregational Forum, and One Service July 4 Today, June 25, is not a famous date on the Christian calendar but it is important: it's the day we Lutherans remember the presentation of the Augsburg Confession, our first confession of faith, in 1530; and it's the day we remember its author, Philipp Melanchthon. The Confession lays out the points...

Sermon: Voices from the Whirlwind 06/25/2021

Sermon: Voices from the Whirlwind

Last Sunday's sermon: "So what does this mean for the storms of our lives? And we’re in Texas, so let’s be literal about that. Where is Jesus in the chaotic power of tornadoes and hurricanes and deadly heat waves? Or being less literal: where is Jesus in addiction, grief, financial distress, depression, marital stress, loneliness? And not just in our own lives: where is Jesus when we face the effects of ecological crisis, extreme inequality, crumbling institutions?"

Sermon: Voices from the Whirlwind Christ Lutheran Church

06/24/2021

Getting a late start to morning prayer today. Leave your requests here!

Getting a late start to morning prayer today. Leave your requests here!

Photos from Christ Lutheran Church and Preschool's post 06/23/2021

Your church staff, hard at work

06/20/2021

Join us for The Fourth Sunday After Pentecost | June 20, 2021

Join us for The Fourth Sunday After Pentecost | June 20, 2021

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Jesus in the Storm, Masks in Church, and All the News 06/18/2021

Jesus in the Storm, Masks in Church, and All the News

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Jesus in the Storm, Masks in Church, and All the News With Dallas County reducing its official COVID risk level this week, we are grateful to be taking another big step toward a normal life. If you missed this week's Re-Opening Task Force update, you can read it here. The key point: "We are requesting unvaccinated people to wear masks indoors for ...

06/17/2021

Dear Christ Lutheran Church family,

We give thanks to God for all of you who have been helpful, patient, cooperative, and mindful of the needs of each other and our wider community throughout the very burdensome disruptions of the last fifteen months. With the widespread availability of highly effective vaccines, a slow but sustained drop in local cases, and Dallas County officially lowering the COVID risk level, our community has reached the end of the need for emergency measures. In the future, we believe that we can safely rely on the mutual care, sensible caution, and respect this congregation has shown throughout the pandemic.

Starting this week, we are changing our pandemic policies. We are *requesting* unvaccinated people to wear masks indoors for the safety of those who have not been or cannot be vaccinated, and we are *inviting* vaccinated people to continue wearing masks *if they wish.* We will rely on each other’s honesty and mutual concern to minimize the chances of transmission to vulnerable people in our congregation.

For now, our process for distributing Communion will not change. We plan to return to our pre-pandemic practice of Communion on or before September 12, when Sunday School begins for the fall.

The Christ Lutheran Preschool precautions will remain in effect and be altered by the preschool board as local guidance and circumstances allow.

The end of pandemic rules does not mean the pandemic itself is over. Outbreaks driven by highly infectious variants in communities with low rates of vaccination are still possible, especially in the fall and winter. And in much of the world, the virus still spreads (and mutates) unabated, giving us as Christians in the United States the duty to pray and advocate for a just and equitable distribution of vaccines and other life-saving supplies to countries in severe need. As long as the virus is spreading, it can mutate and potentially return to places where it is now in retreat. We are obligated to continue prioritizing the “least of these who are members of my family,” as Jesus says in the story of the Last Judgment.

Even so, we look forward with gratitude to a period of return and renewal in our worship, our fellowship, and our witness to the world outside our doors. Your faithfulness during this long and demanding season has been a blessing to each other and to everyone who has continued to be touched by the ministries of this church.

Yours in Christ,

The Re-Opening Task Force

Dear Christ Lutheran Church family,

We give thanks to God for all of you who have been helpful, patient, cooperative, and mindful of the needs of each other and our wider community throughout the very burdensome disruptions of the last fifteen months. With the widespread availability of highly effective vaccines, a slow but sustained drop in local cases, and Dallas County officially lowering the COVID risk level, our community has reached the end of the need for emergency measures. In the future, we believe that we can safely rely on the mutual care, sensible caution, and respect this congregation has shown throughout the pandemic.

Starting this week, we are changing our pandemic policies. We are *requesting* unvaccinated people to wear masks indoors for the safety of those who have not been or cannot be vaccinated, and we are *inviting* vaccinated people to continue wearing masks *if they wish.* We will rely on each other’s honesty and mutual concern to minimize the chances of transmission to vulnerable people in our congregation.

For now, our process for distributing Communion will not change. We plan to return to our pre-pandemic practice of Communion on or before September 12, when Sunday School begins for the fall.

The Christ Lutheran Preschool precautions will remain in effect and be altered by the preschool board as local guidance and circumstances allow.

The end of pandemic rules does not mean the pandemic itself is over. Outbreaks driven by highly infectious variants in communities with low rates of vaccination are still possible, especially in the fall and winter. And in much of the world, the virus still spreads (and mutates) unabated, giving us as Christians in the United States the duty to pray and advocate for a just and equitable distribution of vaccines and other life-saving supplies to countries in severe need. As long as the virus is spreading, it can mutate and potentially return to places where it is now in retreat. We are obligated to continue prioritizing the “least of these who are members of my family,” as Jesus says in the story of the Last Judgment.

Even so, we look forward with gratitude to a period of return and renewal in our worship, our fellowship, and our witness to the world outside our doors. Your faithfulness during this long and demanding season has been a blessing to each other and to everyone who has continued to be touched by the ministries of this church.

Yours in Christ,

The Re-Opening Task Force

Masks and Other Policy Updates from the Re-Opening Task Force 06/16/2021

Masks and Other Policy Updates from the Re-Opening Task Force

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Masks and Other Policy Updates from the Re-Opening Task Force Dear Christ Lutheran Church family, We give thanks to God for all of you who have been helpful, patient, cooperative, and mindful of the needs of each other and our wider community throughout the very burdensome disruptions of the last fifteen months. With the widespread availability of highly effe...

06/13/2021

Join us for worship! Third Sunday of Pentecost

Join us for worship! Third Sunday of Pentecost

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Pr. Joan preaching, Youth events, and all the news 06/11/2021

Pr. Joan preaching, Youth events, and all the news

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Pr. Joan preaching, Youth events, and all the news I'm off this Sunday and very grateful to Joan Copeland for preaching and presiding in my absence. Please welcome her (back) to the pulpit! We are blessed to have such wonderful leaders in our congregation. We worship this week at 9 and 11 AM in the Sanctuary. A few dates for you to save:

06/06/2021

Join us for The Second Sunday After Pentecost | June 6, 2021

Join us for The Second Sunday After Pentecost | June 6, 2021

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Weekly Updates: One service at 10 a.m. this Sunday, two Sanctuary services starting June 6, farewell and Godspeed to the Engelsmeiers 06/05/2021

Weekly Updates: One service at 10 a.m. this Sunday, two Sanctuary services starting June 6, farewell and Godspeed to the Engelsmeiers

Apologies for the misleading headline: this Sunday there are two services, at 9 and 11 a.m., both in the Sanctuary. Thank you!

Weekly Updates: One service at 10 a.m. this Sunday, two Sanctuary services starting June 6, farewell and Godspeed to the Engelsmeiers Dear CLC family, Our family is moving to Tucson, AZ. You have blessed our lives in so many ways, THANK YOU! I started attending as a young professional in 2002, then we got married (during the building project!), and both of our children were baptized at CLC. When Emma was diagnosed with cancer in 2...

Weekly Updates: One service at 10 a.m. this Sunday, two Sanctuary services starting June 6, farewell and Godspeed to the Engelsmeiers 06/04/2021

Weekly Updates: One service at 10 a.m. this Sunday, two Sanctuary services starting June 6, farewell and Godspeed to the Engelsmeiers

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Weekly Updates: One service at 10 a.m. this Sunday, two Sanctuary services starting June 6, farewell and Godspeed to the Engelsmeiers Dear CLC family, Our family is moving to Tucson, AZ. You have blessed our lives in so many ways, THANK YOU! I started attending as a young professional in 2002, then we got married (during the building project!), and both of our children were baptized at CLC. When Emma was diagnosed with cancer in 2...

05/30/2021

Join us for Holy Trinity Sunday | May 30, 2021

Join us for Holy Trinity Sunday | May 30, 2021

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[05/30/21]   Reminder: One service today at 10 am in the Sanctuary!

Weekly Updates: One service at 10 a.m. this Sunday, two Sanctuary services starting June 6, farewell and Godspeed to the Engelsmeiers 05/28/2021

Weekly Updates: One service at 10 a.m. this Sunday, two Sanctuary services starting June 6, farewell and Godspeed to the Engelsmeiers

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Weekly Updates: One service at 10 a.m. this Sunday, two Sanctuary services starting June 6, farewell and Godspeed to the Engelsmeiers Grace, peace, and blessings to everyone this week. We rejoice with those who have ended their school years (and weep with those parents who may have mixed feelings about that), and we pray that everyone will have a safe and happy holiday weekend. A reminder that this week there is one service in th...

Wednesday News: No Bible Study tonight, one service May 30 at 10 a.m., June services in Sanctuary 05/26/2021

Wednesday News: No Bible Study tonight, one service May 30 at 10 a.m., June services in Sanctuary

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Wednesday News: No Bible Study tonight, one service May 30 at 10 a.m., June services in Sanctuary

05/23/2021

Join us on the Day of Pentecost | May 23, 2021

Join us on the Day of Pentecost | May 23, 2021

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05/23/2021

Join us for Morning Prayer | May 23, 2021

Join us for Morning Prayer | May 23, 2021

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Weekly Updates 05/21/2021

Weekly Updates

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Weekly Updates Pentecost is here and with it the celebration of Confirmation for two of our wonderful young people and the glorious conclusion of the Easter season. Please join us for worship with the rite of Confirmation for Katy Rose Keesy and Kaitlyn Carden on Sunday at 9 a.m., with a reception to follow. In ...

Sermon: The Victory that Conquers the World 05/17/2021

Sermon: The Victory that Conquers the World

Sermon from May 9, on faith as our "victory that conquers the world": "John tells us something different: that everything born of God conquers the world, and that our faith itself is a victory over the world. We live in the midst of the world, we live entangled in the world. But it does not rule us. It does not tell us who matters and who doesn’t. It does not determine who should eat and who should go hungry without anyone’s conscience being troubled. It does not tell us what matters and why. It does not weigh your soul and your body and your bank account and or citizenship or that of your neighbor and find them good or find them wanting. Creation is not the subject of our illusions. It is not the subject of our willpower or designs or projects. It’s the subject of God’s power. And that power is grace and life and restoration far beyond anything the world has taught us to ask or imagine. Both for ourselves and our neighbor."

Sermon: The Victory that Conquers the World Sisters and brothers, grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. Recently I noticed a church sign while I was driving in Richardson that said “Parking for Christian...

[05/16/21]   In case of rain, today’s 11 am service will be in the sanctuary

05/16/2021

The Ascension of Our Lord | May 16, 2021

The Ascension of Our Lord | May 16, 2021

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05/16/2021

Join us for Morning Prayer | May 16, 2021

Join us for Morning Prayer | May 16, 2021

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Weekly Updates 05/13/2021

Weekly Updates

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Weekly Updates It's an exciting month at church! Please join us Sunday at 9 a.m. for the installation and blessing of the church council and as we say thank you to those who have concluded their service. And next week, May 23, we celebrate the festival of Pentecost and the confirmation of Katy Rose Keesy and Kaitl...

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3001 Lovers Ln
Dallas, TX
75225
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