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HTELC is a worshiping, learning, witnessing, and serving congregation that seeks to provide Christian care for one another and teach and mentor people of all generations, especially our children, including other congregations and spiritual leaders, in the Word and the Way Lord. As our Lord Jesus said, “I give you a new commandment, that you love one another, as I have love you”
Sunday Sermon Segment-Rev Cynthia Berry
"Hello and welcome to our Sunday Sermon Segment! Today, we are privileged to have Reverend Cynthia Berry speak to us. In this sermon, she will be delving into the profound meaning and significance behind each line of this beloved prayer. Whether you are a longtime believer or simply curious about the Christian faith, we invite you to join us as we explore the power and beauty of The Lord's Prayer together. So sit back, relax, and let's dive into this transformative message with Reverend Cynthia Berry."
2nd SUNDAY IN WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH
Hello and welcome to our YouTube channel, where today we're celebrating the second Sunday in Women's History Month. As we reflect on the contributions of women throughout history, we also want to highlight the important role of women in our own community, especially at Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church. Our church is proud to have many strong, dedicated women who serve in various leadership positions, from the altar guild to the church council. Today, we want to honor these women and their contributions, as well as the many Black women who have paved the way for us in the Lutheran Church and beyond. We believe that their voices and experiences are essential to our faith and our understanding of God's love and justice. So join us as we celebrate the power and strength of women, both past and present, and as we continue to work towards a more inclusive and just world. Thank you for watching, and may God bless you.
"Repentance, Redemption, and Resilience: 2nd Sun in Lent & 1st Sun in Black Women's History Month"
"Join us for a special edition of Sunday Service as we observe the Second Sunday in Lent and the first Sunday in Black Women's History Month. This week, we reflect on the themes of repentance and redemption as we journey towards Easter, while also celebrating the contributions and achievements of Black women throughout history. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with community, deepen your spiritual practice, and honor the power and resilience of Black women. Tune in now to our live stream!"
"Youth Sunday and the Last Week of Black History Month"
Welcome to our Youth Sunday recap of the last week in Black History Month! As we near the end of February, we want to take a moment to reflect on the amazing contributions of Black people throughout history. From civil rights activists to artists, musicians, and inventors, Black Americans have shaped our nation in countless ways. This Sunday, we focused on the intersection of faith and Black history. We explored the stories of Black Christian leaders who have made a significant impact in our churches and communities. We learned about the important role that faith played in the lives of activists who drew inspiration from the teachings of Jesus as they fought for racial justice. As we look back on the last week in Black History Month, we are reminded of the power of diversity and the importance of lifting up the voices and experiences of marginalized communities. We hope that this recap inspires you to continue learning about Black history and to join us in celebrating the rich contributions of Black Americans throughout the year.
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