YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!  We are in need of a leader for our youth and youth activities.  Please pray that God would touch your heart for this awesome ministry.  You can learn more by speaking with Jessica Dows, Jim Wanamaker, or Pastor Devie.

UKRANIAN EGGS ~  for Eggsperts and beginners

Experience the ancient art of Pysanky.  Decorate a real egg that you can keep forever.  Cost is $2 or adults to cover the cost of supplies.  Kids are free.  PLEASE, sign up as soon as you can so we can have supplies ready.    Contact Jennifer or Jim Wanamaker with questions.

SATURDAY, MARCH 24 at 6 pm

for adults (please bring a snack to share)

SUNDAY, MARCH 25 at 11:30 am

for youth and families  (pizza and drinks will be available for lunch)




Thy Will Be Done

Not as I will, but as you will,” Jesus prayed to his Father the night before he went to the cross for our salvation.  And that is our prayer as well for Lent as we seek to do God’s will in our own lives, as we draw near to the observance of Christ’s suffering, death, and resurrection during Holy Week.  During the mid-week Lenten services we will focus on a different aspect of God’s will at work among us.  We will begin each service with a light dinner at 6:00 and worship at 7:00.

Feb. 21:   Abiding Savior, Rev. Fred Kopp preaching

Feb. 28:   St. Martin, Rev. John Scarafia preaching

March 7:   St. Mark, Rev. Fred Kopp preaching

March 14:   Augustana, Rev. Emily Ebert preaching

March 21:   Trinity Old Lutheran, Rev. Devie Ellis preaching



PALM SUNDAY – March 25

9:00am – Worship  with  Blessing of the Palms



7:00pm – Worship with Holy Communion and Stripping of the Altar


GOOD FRIDAY – March 30

11:00 am – Worship at Augustana, Tonawanda

7:00pm – Tenebrae Service at St. Martin



7:00am – Sunrise Communion Service

8:15am – Easter Breakfast

9:00am – Sunday School

10:00am – Communion Service




10:00am on Wednesdays beginning February 14.


This 6-week study for Lent will help us in our quest to seek God’s will in all aspects of our lives, especially in terms of our identity, our dreams for the future, our world view, and our response to Christ the Crucified.  Each session will include scripture readings about a biblical character to use as a reference point, questions for discussion, and prayers.


Ash Wednesday:  God’s Will & God’s Promise – Abraham & Isaac

Week 1:  God’s Will & My Inadequacy – Moses

Week 2:  God’s Will & My Dreams – David

Week 3:  God’s Will &My Identity – Mary

Week 4:  God’s Will & My Worldview – Paul

Week 5:  God’s Will & My Response – Lydia

FOOD PANTRY items most needed:

pancake mix & syrup, canned fruit, cereal & oatmeal, Jell-o, jelly, peanut butter, peas, soup (small cans – tomato, chicken noodle, vegetable), large soups (Progresso, Campbell’s), canned spaghetti sauce, ramen noodle soups in cellophane, shampoo, toothbrushes & paste, razors, empty water and beverage cans & bottles (returned for deposit), paper bags

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