The reopening process of our Church has begun! Please read our safety protocols.
Our congregation fosters a warm and welcoming family atmosphere. We are a Christ-centered congregation that works to foster faith in God and an active presence in our community. We are affiliated with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and belong to the Atlantic District.
Celebrating 40 Years!
Reverend Henry Albrechtsen presiding
Our worship/communion service begins at 9:00 AM
Coffee fellowship after service
Pastor's Office Hours
Tuesday + 9:00-3:00
Thursday + 9:00-3:00
"Glory in His holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice. Look to the Lord and His strength; seek his face always."
Psalm 105: 3-5
From Pastor's Pen
These are they who have come out of the great tribulation; they have washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb. Revelation 7:14
COVID-19. Lost wages. Savings depleted. Fear. Worry and anxiety. Isolation. The past months certainly can be characterized as a tribulation. So much of what we have taken for granted, enjoyed and cherished, was quickly snatched away – without warning and, for the most part, without a complete explanation. Some have lost friends and family during this pandemic, whether from the Coronavirus itself, or because of it. Like the Christians of the Apostolic Age, we hid in the safety of our catacombs – our homes – waiting for the threat to pass.
And it is beginning to do so. As He has promised, our heavenly Father has protected us, offered comfort in His Word and the witness of others in our lives, and has brought us out of the tribulation. All because we have been washed by the blood of the Lamb, made His by our Baptism and faith.
So now what? To begin with, we give thanks and praise to God for indeed bringing us out of this tribulation. And we can begin to do so by worshipping together in our Sanctuaries. All Saints and Good Shepherd Lutheran Churches have reopened, beginning a return to normalcy!
And of course, as you could imagine, there are some changes in the way we do things; there are some restrictions. All that is explained in the pages that follow. Nevertheless – I look forward to seeing you, worshipping with you, and being able to say: Welcome Home!
June 21 + Pentecost III: Jeremiah 20:7-13; Romans 7:1-13; Matthew 10:32-42 Sermon: “Out of the Persecution” – Jeremiah 20:7-13
June 28 + Pentecost IV: Jeremiah 28:5-9; Romans 6:12-23; Matthew 10:5a, 21-33 Sermon: “Tough Love” – Jeremiah 28:5-9
July 5 + Pentecost V, Armed Forces Sunday: Zechariah 9:9-12; Romans 7:14-25; Matthew 11:25-30
Sermon: “Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses” Matt. 11:25-30
July 12 + Pentecost VI: Isaiah 55:10-13; Romans 8:12-17; Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23
Sermon: “Gardening with God” – Isaiah 55:10-13
July 19 + Pentecost VII: Isaiah 44:6-8; Romans 8:18-27; Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43
Sermon: “Bad Farming” – Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43
July 26 + Pentecost VIII: Deuteronomy 7:6-9; Romans 8:28-39; Matthew 13:44-52
Sermon: “Groaning” – Romans 8:28-39
The ladies of All Saints meet for a Book Club every second Saturday of the month at 10:00 am.
All are invited to meet for a Congregational Breakfast every last Saturday of the month at 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall. CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Dutchess Outreach is in dire need of food. View a list of what they need!
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