This Sunday at Central

1857 Potter Street, Eugene Oregon  97403



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

Processional Hymn #338  Beneath the Cross of Jesus

Anthem                 Ubi caritas – Maurice Duruflé                      Chorale

Where there is charity and love, God is there. May we also see, along with the blessed, the glory of your face, O Christ.  And let there be immeasurable joy both now and forevermore. Amen.

Sermon                                                                   Pastor Laurie A Jones


Hymn of the Day #779   Amazing Grace, How Sweet the Sound


Hymn during the Offering  #322  Oh, Love, How Deep

Communion Hymn #581    You Are Mine

Hymn:  Go Now in Peace


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

Hymn #342 There in God’s Garden

Meditation upon Thomas                                         Instrumentalists

Sermon                                                               Pastor Laurie A Jones

Hymn of the Day #779 Amazing Grace, How Sweet the Sound

Communion Hymn #496 One Bread, One Body

Hymn #593 Drawn to the Light


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:

I Samuel 16:1-13, Psalm 23, Ephesians 5:8-14, John 9:1-41

 Soup providers are needed for Together Tuesdays during Lent.  Please sign up in the narthex to bring soup or bread to share.

 Interested in membership at Central Lutheran? If so, plan to attend the “Nurturing Faithful Living” classes with Pastor Laurie on Together Tuesdays during Lent (March 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.

 The CLC Book Club will meet on Monday, April 10, 2017, at 7:00 P.M. in the CLCW Room to discuss Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand. A story of survival, resilience and redemption, it tracks the life of Louis Zamperini, an incorrigible delinquent who was channeled into running in high school and made the Olympics in Hitler’s 1936 Berlin. As an airman on the Pacific, the book tracks Louis from his plane crash, his 47-day float on a life raft and through years in the Japanese prison camps. He demonstrated remarkable resolve, hope and rebellion as a prisoner. A postwar miracle transforms him before he totally self-destructs. Arlene Dietz will lead the discussion. Come join us!

 Special thanks to Central’s First Place volunteers – Between March 13 and 20 Central hosted First Place families (24 people).  The families stayed overnight in our Gathering Room, and were served breakfast and dinner by Central volunteers.  I want to express my thanks to all the individuals and families from Central who fed and helped the First Place homeless: Ron & Sylvia Kaufman; Bill & Dee Dewey; Dal & Gaye Haverland; Dan Buckwalter; Carol Shepherd; Merrily Sutton and the Central Bell Choir; the Women’s Bible Study; Ben Brown; Laurie Inglish; Sue Mathisen and Honora; Michelle & Rich Bremer and Jan; John Rowell; Gary Wolfe; Wendy Waananen; Mason & Lorraine Davis; Annetta Forrer; Whitney, Sean, Sophie and Cole Wagoner; Norma Vettrus and Together Tuesday helpers; Ginger Bopp; and Pastor Laurie.  Special thanks to the Christensen and Wagoner families for loaning and donating books, coloring books, crayons, and DVD’s to the many First Place children. – Bernie Bopp, Outreach Team leader

 Listen in at Central – All major worship services are available on the internet.  You can listen in while the service is in progress or you can listen on a podcast later in the week.  Get more information and access both the live stream and the podcasts at   Listen while you travel and spread the word to those who are home bound.  The Central community is indeed global.



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