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Church Worship Update: COVID-19
The Church Quarterly Voter’s Meeting this Sunday is CANCELED. It will be rescheduled ASAP, so be on the lookout for the announcement.
Here at Loving Savior, we believe that God is bigger than COVID-19. We also believe in taking the right precautions to ensure the safety and health of the members and children of our congregations. Church leadership, including the Board of Elders and council, has decided to continue our services online and open up to in-person worship for 9:30 AM service. Here is the Loving Savior Reopening Plan. We will be streaming worship live during normal service times listed below and then uploaded below. Regular 5:00 P.M. service members can join us live at the earlier service times, or watch the recordings as soon as they are posted at their convenience.
May God bless you with good health in both body and soul during this time.
-Loving Savior Lutheran Pastoral Office
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On last Friday (06/12) I sent this article to people through our Daily Manna email list. And I now I would like to share it in our website.
A few weeks earlier, a man who had already been shackled was kneeled down and suffocated to death by a police officer, who was not stopped by three other officers on the field. There have been nationwide demonstrations, including rioting, looting, vandalism, and several killings. The officer directly involved has been arrested and charged with manslaughter. But the protests have not subsided, and curfews have been imposed in many US cities.
The death of George Floyd reminds me not only of racial tensions in the United States, but most importantly the will of God we have learned through the Bible.
Our church is a community seeking justice, peace, and unity. As the pastor of the church, I would like to make the following proclamation.
I proclaim that every human being is made in God’s image, and that any form of discrimination, no matter what, is abhorrent to Him. Therefore, every life, no matter what color or background, is precious in the eyes of God. I pray that no more people will be hurt or even killed as a result of this incident.
I proclaim that our God is righteous. I ask you to pray for justice for George Floyd. The arrested police officer as well as those killed and injured, must also receive fair treatment and redress from the judicial system.
I proclaim that our God is merciful. I ask you to pray for His comfort in this event and the instability it has caused for people and groups involved.
I proclaim that our God is the Lord of this nation. I hope you will pray for the safety and stability of our country. The pandemic has not subsided and the society is in turmoil. We really need His intervention to stop hatred and hostility as soon as possible so that the whole country can reconcile again.
I proclaim that God is in control of everything in history. I hope you will wait in prayer for His work, whatever and wherever it may be, to hear our prayers and work everything out for those who love Him.
George Floyd 的死亡不但令我想到美國這國家的種族關係，更令我想到我們從聖經裡所看到上帝永恆旨意的愛。
我宣告上帝是公義的。我盼望大家祈求祂為George Floyd 彰顯公義。而被捕的和涉事的警員，與被殺害、傷害和蒙受損失者，也必須得到司法系統公平的對待和伸冤。
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