Holy Cross Lutheran Church

Celebration of This Church Year

To mark the end of the Church Year on Sunday our worship provided opportunities to offer thanksgiving, lament, and hope.


Our Temples Lie in Ruins: Luke 21:5-19

Peace Sunday

Commemorations and Venerations: All Saints’ Sunday

All Saints Sunday celebrates the sacredness of humanity. We are all Saints! Luther taught us that we are simul justus et picator, both saint and sinner at the same time. Sadly, we all too often remember the sinner part but forget the saint part. NOT TODAY! We pause to remember those saints who have gone before us. We will also ponder our own sainthood. Commemorate: to bring to mind. Venerate: to revere, to regard with great respect, to love. Pastors Eric Schultz and Dawn Hutchings lead All Saints’ Sunday worship

Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks – film series with Diana Butler Bass

MOVIE NIGHTS – Coming Attractions

Persistent Woman: Mother Earth

Faith: A little dab’ll do ya! – Luke 17:5-10 – World Communion Sunday

St. Francis: More than a bird-bath!

Adult Education Classes begin Sunday @ 9:15am

MOVIE NIGHT – The Grizzlies

ProFuture Faith begins Thurs. Sept. 26 @ 10am

Join us  TOMORROW: Thursday Sept. 26 10am for a cup of your favourite MORNING BREW as we look at the Climate Crisis from the perspective of ProFuture Faith, an interactive DVD series featuring Michael Dowd.

Michael Dowd – We are living in challenging and confusing times and religion and science each has a vital role to play in assisting humanity in coming home reality. Given our impact on Earth’s climate, soils, seas, forests, and other species, we are already in the early stages of, what could be called, The Great Reckoning. The good news is that this could also be The Great Homecoming: humanity, the prodigal species, after squandering our inheritance, coming home to Life by honoring evidence as authoritative and ecology as the heart of theology.

My intention in this course is to lift up the evolutionary purpose of religion and the ecological necessity of science to assist all of us in reclaiming our moral and prophetic voice on behalf of future generations. Such an evidence-based “sacred realism” and “compassionate resolve” can help us accept what is inevitable, avoid what is futile, and attend to what matters most. It can also help us stay sane, sober, and inspired in chaotic and difficult times.