Sunday Worship at 9:00 AM,
     Fellowship Time at 10:15 AM.   
We welcome you to worship and to serve with us at Christ the Servant!
The Cross & Cradle
 
Combined into one symbol are the cross and the manger.  Jesus Christ began His service when he was born
of Mary in the manger and completed His service on the Cross.
Therefore, the wood of the cross and the manger are intimately related.  When we look upon this symbol,
we are reminded of Jesus Christ’s complete service for our sakes.
Newsletter

Everyday Rhythms for Gospel Living

During the Season of Lent, we will join in learning and spiritual practices to help us integrate our Christian faith and identity into our ordinary, everyday lives. Just by doing what we normally do differently in light of what Christ has done for us, we can learn to integrate making disciples, obeying Jesus, loving God, ourselves and our neighbors, into our everyday rhythms. “Everyday Rhythms for Gospel Living” is not about doing all sorts of new things, but about the things we already do being made new–because of what God has done.  Sunday sermons will help us make the gospel practical and integrate it into who we are and how we live.  On Wednesdays, we will gather for Multi-generational Dinner Church at 6:15 PM, in the fellowship hall around shared meal, conversation, prayer, and communion.

Sunday, March 1 – The Rhythm of Story:  “We learn and surrender our lives to the Story of God while also becoming familiar with each others’ stories and the stories of our culture.”

Sunday, March 8 – The Rhythm of Listen:  “We are being transformed into the image of Christ as we listen regularly to God as our primary teacher through scripture, prayer, and conversation with others.”

Sunday, March 15 – The Rhythm of Eat:  “As we regularly eat meals with others, including those outside our immediate family and close friends, we remember God’s provision for   all our needs and share the reconciliation of Christ with the world.”

Sunday, March 22 – The Rhythm of Bless:  “Acknowledging that all we have is from God and that God desires to bless the whole world through us, we intentionally and tangibly bless others through giving of our time, talents, and resources.”

Sunday, March 29 – The Rhythm of Celebrate:  “Having received God’s extravagant blessings, we regularly gather with others to remember for ourselves and demonstrate for the world who God is and what God has done.”

Sunday, April 5 – The Rhythm of Re-Create:  “We regularly take time to rest, play, create and restore beauty in ways that reflect God and the work of the Gospel to others.”

 TREASURE IN JARS OF CLAY

A daily devotional walk with Jesus through the holy season of Lent.

Steps for Your Journey…

1.  Pick up a “Treasure in Jars of Clay” devotional booklet at the church.
2. Create a “prayer space” in your home.
3. Set aside daily time for Scripture and Prayer.
4.  Worship with your “spiritual family” on Sundays and Wednesdays during Lent.
 
“But we have this treasure in clay jars, so that it may be made clear that this extraordinary power belongs to God and does not come from us.”

2 Corinthians 4:777

men’s Breakfast

Saturday, March 7, 2020 – 8:15 aM

 
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Women’s Bible Study

All are welcome at the next learning and fellowship series!   Join us from 9:00-11:00 AM, on these dates:   

February 29, April 11, April 25

Thank You!
Thank you to all who donated and volunteered with the Blood Drive at Christ the Servant on Saturday, January 25, 2020!
Thirty-four pints were collected to save lives, to make a difference in someone else’s life!
 
Our next drive is…..
 
 
 

2020 Lenten Soup Suppers

     It has been a tradition here at Christ the Servant to have a church family soup supper before our worship services on Wednesday evenings during Lent.  2020 will see some changes. 

Ash Wednesday supper will be served at 5:45 PM with worship at 7 PM. 

On the following Wednesdays of Lent, suppers and worship will be combined and will be called “Multi-Generational Dinner Church, beginning at 6:15 PM.

    
 
The Mission of
Friends of Huruma
The Huruma Centre, a ministry of the Iringa Diocese, is a children’s home in Iringa, Tanzania, which provides a safe home, nurture, nutrition, and education for children who, for a variety of reasons, have no family or others to care for them.
 
 
On the third Sunday of every month,  the donations from
Coffee Fellowship Hour are sent to “Friends of Huruma.”
 
Sunday School
Sundays at 10:15 AM
Age 3 through 5th grade
The Lord’s Prayer (Luke 11:1-8)
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Youth Missional Community
Wednesdays at 6:15 PM
Confirmation this year will be part of a new ministry experiment for youth grades 6-12 we are calling “Youth Missional Community.”  Confirmation students are invited to gather, along with senior high youth, for a weekly meal and community time in the home of one of our Christ the Servant members.
 
Thank you to all who helped to make our Soup & Cereal Bowl a success!
As of 2/2/2020, we have collected $499 and 89 food items to be delivered to Vadnais Heights Food Shelf.  And, YES, we are still collecting donations!  See slide show below…
 
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Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day Sunday, February 16, 2020
Fellowship Time
 
Enjoy ice cream with us on this day as we support the fighting, remember the resting
and party on with the survivors
of childhood cancer! 
 
Donations will be sent to
Children’s Cancer Research Fund
 
 
Yoga-Devotion classes (chair yoga) are offered at Christ the Servant
         The next class begins soon!soon
 
Seated in the Presence
Getting up and down off the floor can be difficult for many reasons.  This Yogadevotion class incorporates poses that increase range of motion, improve balance and bring attention to the breath, all using a chair as yoga props.
 
 

 

During our current 2020 stewardship emphasis. “Rooted & Growing,” we hope to show how important our giving is and what it means to so many people, not only in our congregation but throughout the community, the Saint Paul Area Synod and the world.

“As you therefore have received Christ Jesus the Lord, continue to live your lives in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving.” — Colossians 2:6-7
 
Stewardship Talks
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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