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We at Christ Lutheran Church invite and welcome everyone who seeks a deeper relationship with Christ to be a part of our community of faith.

No matter who you are, where you are on your journey of faith, or what your life story is, you are welcome here.

We believe that the powerful love and grace of Jesus is for you and for all children of God. You matter and your story matters
to us.

We welcome you!

Pastor Julia Rademacher

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July Blessings, CLC!

I pray your month of June and the beginning of summer has been full of the joy of Christ. It certainly has been apparent that the joy of Christ has been present in our congregation. I have felt so filled with the Spirit after every gathering of our faith community. It truly is a blessing to serve alongside each of you!
I feel that a big factor in the overflowing of joy is the fact that we are being intentional about welcoming others. As I’ve said before, the Holy Spirit is on the move in our church with so many new faces each Sunday morning. My heart is filled with excitement and thanksgiving.
I give thanks that there are people in our community who sense that our church is a place for them to be a part of the body of Christ. We have been expanding our hearts and expanding our faith to make our space more welcoming and our ministry further reaching as we think about how we can best use our gifts. These acts of faith are our response to our calling to love our neighbor. When we take this seriously, when we live lives of grace and compassion, we help heal the world, our communities, and ourselves.
“One of the most powerful experiences in a life of compassion is the expansion of our hearts into a world-embracing space of healing in which no one is excluded.” -Henri Nouwen
As we move forward in the days ahead, I pray that we continue to keep this calling from Jesus in the center of all that we say and do. How can we love Jesus best? By loving those Jesus loves.
Thank you for being Jesus to others.

In partnership with you,

Pastor Julia



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