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Wednesday- 7:00 PM

Saturday- 5:00 PM

Sunday- 10:00 AM

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Mid-week Worship:

Wednesdays at 7:00 PM

TV Broadcast on Community 7:
Sundays at 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM

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Peace Lutheran Billings

November Worship Themes
Seasons change this month as we start with All Saints and end with first weekend of Advent.

November 7th & 8th

Twenty-third Weekend after Pentecost

“God Loves”
Readings: Psalm 70; Luke 18:13; Jonah 1:1-17, 3:1-10

In this text, we see Jonah running away from his calling because he does not want to share God’s message with a group of people that he has strong disagreements with. But God loves the Ninevites too. Who does God call us to be as neighbors to people who don’t see the world in the same way we do?

November 14th & 15th

Twenty-fourth Weekend after Pentecost

“God Calls”
Readings: Psalm 90:1-12; Luke 5:8-10; Isaiah 6:1-8

“God equips the called. God does not call the equipped.” This little bit of wisdom has been a trusty walking stick for me on this discipleship journey. Too often I cry out to God that I am not ready and God’s response is, “I didn’t ask you to be ready. I asked you to go.” Let’s go!

 

November 21st & 22nd

Christ the King Weekend

“God Promises”
Readings: Psalm 46; Luke 22:19-20; Jeremiah 36:1-8, 21-23, 27-28, 31:31-34

Years ago I wrote a few checks from an account that was no longer open. I have no idea how I managed to make the mistake. Quickly I discovered none of those checks were worth anything. We can write promises and sign contracts, but God calls us to a deeper relationship. What is written on your heart?

 

November 28th & 29th

First Weekend of Advent

“God Protects”
Readings: Psalm 80:1-7, 17-19; Luke 23:1-5; Daniel 6:6-27

When Daniel is entering one of the most dangerous and terrifying moments of his life, God does not leave him alone. Daniel is able to hold on to his hope and his faith, and God enters the Lion’s Den with him. Where do we turn when life gets hard, and how does God respond to our cries for help?

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