This Sunday at Central


 1857 Potter Street, Eugene Oregon  97403



Sunday, February 26, 2017   8:30am  Holy Communion

Processional Hymn    O Wondrous Type, O Vision Fair

Anthem                       Jubilate Deo — Britten                            Chorale

Sermon                                          Phyllis Castens Wiederhoeft


Hymn of the Day #317  Jesus on the Mountain Peak

Anthem               Let All Mortal Flesh  — Bairstow                    Chorale

Communion Hymn #315   How Good, Lord, to Be Here!


Sunday, February 26, 2017    11:00am  Holy Communion


Hymn #317   Jesus on the Mountain Peak

MEDITATION upon Jesus Loves Me                                                                                                     Instrumentalists

Anthem        How’re Going to Praise the Lord — Sleeth   Alleluia Choir

Sermon                                        Phyllis Castens Wiederhoeft


Hymn of the Day #316 Oh, Wondrous Image, Vision Fair


Anthem                        Gymnopedie  — Satie           Handbell Ensemble

Communion Hymn #496 One Bread, One Body



Pastor Laurie’s contact information:

Mobile:  206-354-6756   Church:  541-345-0395, extension 303


We encourage you to read next Sunday’s lessons ahead of time, they are:

Genesis 2:15-17; 3:1-7, Psalm 32, Romans 5:12-19, Matthew 4:1-11


Shrove Tuesday Pancake supper Tuesday, February 28, 5:30-7pm in the parish hall.  Join us!


Ash Wednesday, March 1 worship at 11am in the chapel and 7:30pm in the sanctuary.  Lenten schedule:  Tuesdays, March 7, 14, 21, 28, April 4 soup supper at 5:30.  Class at 6:15pm.   Worship at 7pm.


Interested in membership at Central Lutheran? Ever wondered why we follow the liturgical practices of the ancient Church? Want to find out why we call ourselves “Lutheran” Christians? Do you desire a deeper relationship with God? Are you hoping to connect with a faith community? Or, are you a long-time Centralite who would like to get better acquainted with the person sitting across the aisle from you on Sunday mornings? If so, plan to attend the “Nurturing Faithful Living” classes with Pastor Laurie on Together Tuesdays during Lent (March 7, 14, 21, 28, and April 4). For those who desire, new members will be received by Baptism and Affirmation of Baptism at the Easter Vigil on April 15. Be sure to fill out one of the “Visitor Information” cards in the pew rack, then hand it to an usher or place it in the offering plate if you’d like to learn more.


Walk to Jerusalem Once again this Lenten season the Health Ministry Team is sponsoring a virtual walk to Jerusalem. This year we are going to total all the miles that participants walk in an effort to collectively walk to Jerusalem. On Shrove Tuesday evening after eating pancakes participants will board a virtual flight to Amsterdam. On Ash Wednesday all participants should strap on their fitbits, pedometers, or smart phone app and start walking. Each Tuesday night and Sunday morning you can record your miles walked on the chart which will be in the narthex or the parish hall. The goal is to cover the distance from Amsterdam to Jerusalem: 2854 miles.   In the past many of us have had an individual goal of 2 miles a day during the forty days of Lent. Some of us walk much more than that. We can do this. If you walk with friends we can count their miles too. Sign up on the poster and pick up a sheet in the narthex to track your miles. Join us in the 2017 Walk to Jerusalem!



Listen in at Central – We no longer are broadcasting our services on the radio due to the station being sold.  The good news is that we are now broadcasting BOTH worship services streaming on the internet.  You can listen in through streaming while the service is in progress or you can listen on the podcast later in the week. You can get more information and access both the stream and the podcasts at   Spread the word to those who are home bound and listen in while you travel.  The Central community is indeed global.



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