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Bethel Lutheran Church
3166 McMullen Booth Road
Clearwater, Florida 33761
Sunday – 8 & 10:30 AM Worship with Holy Communion
9:15 AM Adult Bible Class, Sunday School
11:30 – 12:30 PM Youth-led Service Rehearsal
12 – 4 PM Sunday Mass
MONDAY – 9:00 AM Bulletin deadline
TUESDAY – 8:00 AM BBBs
10:00 AM Prayer Group at Bethel
7:00 PM Church Council
WEDNESDAY – 10AM & 6:30PM Advent Worship
12:30 PM LWML Brown Bag Lunch & Project
5:45 PM Joy Bells
6:00 PM Chancel Bells
7:30 PM Chancel Choir
THURSDAY – Nothing Scheduled
FRIDAY – Nothing Scheduled
SATURDAY – Nothing Scheduled
The Lessons for the Second Sunday in Advent
The First Lesson – Isaiah 40:1-11
The Epistle – 2 Peter 3:8-14
The Gospel – Mark 1:1-8
The sermon text: Isaiah 40
The sermon theme: “Comfort, Comfort, My People”
Rev. Eric T. Eichinger will be officiating this week.
We, the people of Bethel Lutheran Church come together as a family of faith, prayer and service, striving to respond to the call of Jesus to love God and our neighbor, carrying out His commission in Matthew 28:19, “to go into all the world.” By virtue of our baptism, each member is called to share in the work of witnessing to and within our Lord’s Kingdom and His call to bear His name to others.
ADULT BIBLE CLASS Pastor Eich resumes his study of exploring Christ in the Old Testament with the Book of Numbers. Join us for class, every Sunday at 9:15am in the Great Hall.
SUNDAY SCHOOL Today’s lesson, “A King Forever,” looks forward to our forever King, Jesus. God sends Samuel to anoint the next king of Israel, with the reminder, “The Lord sees not as man sees: man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart” (1 Samuel 16:7). God rejects each of Jesse’s sons, so Samuel sends for the youngest, David, whom God has chosen to become the greatest king of Israel. Surviving Saul’s insane jealousy, David becomes king and establishes Jerusalem as his stronghold. As a family, talk about how God used David to unite His people and how Jesus will unite all believers.