4th of July Worship

If you live in and around Blooming Prairie, you know the 4th of July is the busiest day of the year.

It’s also a Sunday.

You know, God’s day?  The Christian’s Sabbath?  The day of rest and renewal, the day set aside for God’s Word?  Otherwise known as the first day of the week?  The day of resurrection?

Oh, yeah. That.

Which is why we’ve decided this Sunday, July 4th, 2010 is COME AS YOU ARE SUNDAY here at First Lutheran.

Yes, that’s right.

Dressed in your flip-flops and shorts?  Super.

Just got done with the 5K run?  Wonderful.

Don’t have anything else planned? Works for us.

So we hope to see you Sunday, July 4th at 9 am.  Worship will include Holy Communion, some mighty fine special music, and end with a litany for Independence Day. 

See you there. 

Come as you are.

P.S. The west lawn of the church has typically been home to many fireworks spectators.  All are welcome; the fireworks begin around 10 pm (weather permitting).  The custodians have the trees trimmed and grass mowed beautifully for you.  BYO lawnchairs and blankets. 

Have a safe and happy holiday.

(And a blessed Sabbath day, too.)

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  1. Thanks, community, for making it such a great 4th of July.

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