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2021 TLC Lenten Service Schedule

posted Feb 21, 2021, 3:45 PM by Erin Krueger   [ updated Feb 21, 2021, 6:37 PM ]

Please join us for the following Lenten services:

Ash WednesdayWednesday, February 17, 20217:30 PM
Lent ServiceWednesday, February 24, 20217:30 PM
Lent ServiceWednesday, March 3, 20217:30 PM
Lent ServiceWednesday, March 10, 20217:30 PM
Lent ServiceWednesday, March 17, 20217:30 PM
Lent ServiceWednesday, March 24, 20217:30 PM

and our Holy Week services:

Maundy ThursdayThursday, April 1, 20217:30 PM
Good FridayFriday, April 2, 20217:30 PM
Sunrise Service (outside, if possible)Sunday, April 4, 20216:45 AM
Easter Service with CommunionSunday, April 4, 20219:00 AM

**Please note: we will not be having Easter Breakfast this year.


Please remember that masks and social distancing are required for all activities until further notice. 

KS LCMS: Together We Pray for Lent and Easter

posted Feb 21, 2021, 3:34 PM by Erin Krueger   [ updated Feb 21, 2021, 6:36 PM ]

The below information is provided by LCMS Kansas District, at kslcms.org:


February 17, 2021 through April 7, 2021

As the coronavirus continues to affect daily life, we continue to pray! As a follow-up to our fall prayer campaign, we’ve assembled a new collection of “Together We Pray” prayers and verses for Lent and Easter.

The prayers begin on Ash Wednesday, February 17, in conjunction with the Kansas District Day of Repentance—a day to pray, reflect, repent, and give to those in need. The prayers continue for 50 days, wrapping up on April 7. We invite you to pray along and share the prayers with others (e.g., family members, college students, friends, coworkers).

We’ve prepared several versions of the prayers, including an editable large booklet (which can be run on ledger paper), an editable small booklet (for letter paper), and a PDF file. (A font note: The booklets use LSBSymbol in the Litany; if you need that font, you can download it here.)

“If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land” (2 Chron. 7:14).

If you’re on Facebook, you can find the prayers on the Kansas District page (@kslcms). 

Take a minute or two each day to join your fellow Kansans in prayer, with the confidence that He will hear us!

For more information please visit kslcms.org













LCMS Kansas District Prayer Campaign: “Together We Pray”

posted Sep 8, 2020, 6:59 PM by Erin Krueger


September 1, 2020 - November 29, 2020

The pandemic has made social distancing and going it alone the new normal. Here’s an opportunity to buck that trend. On September 1, the Kansas District is kicking off a 90-day prayer campaign, “Together We Pray,” which will include daily scripture verses and prayers through November 29, the first Sunday in Advent. 

If you’re on Facebook, you can find the prayers on the Kansas District page (@kslcms). 

You can also access the booklet with all the prayers by using this link:  https://kslcms.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Together-We-Pray-Booklet_large-single-page-V2.3.pdf 

Take a minute or two each day to join your fellow Kansans in prayer, with the confidence that He will hear us!

For more information please visit kslcms.org




A message from Rev. Justin Panzer, President, LCMS Kansas District...

August 2020

To the Saints of the Kansas District,

Last spring, our life together in Christ suffered a major disruption due to the coronavirus. Many congregations moved services and other activities entirely online under “Safer at Home” orders, while other churches opted for outdoor venues and tiny attendance caps. Our schools became virtual, as well.

We’ve made some progress since then, but we’re not out of the woods yet. Social distancing remains in force, preventing us from being together in ways we once took for granted. We continue to struggle not only with isolation but with unemployment, civil tensions, uncertainty, and fear.

But we have reason to hope. As Paul writes in Romans 8:38-39, “For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers, nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Our good and gracious God has promised to help us, saying, “Call upon me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you shall glorify me” (Psalm 50:15).

Calling for God’s help is something we can do TOGETHER. As our fight against the pandemic continues, I invite you to join your fellow believers in your own congregation and throughout Kansas and beyond in our 90-day prayer campaign, “Together We Pray.”

We’ll be praying from September 1 – November 29, the first Sunday in Advent. Take a minute or two each day to pray the prayers in this booklet and reflect on the corresponding verses. You can find a digital copy of the prayers on our website, kslcms.org. You can also find daily shareable verses and prayers on our Facebook page (@kslcms).

We hope these shared prayers will edify, strengthen and encourage the body of Christ here in Kansas as well as others who need God’s wisdom and encouragement in these challenging times.

Be strong, Church!

In the service of Christ,
Rev. Justin Panzer
President, LCMS Kansas District


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