Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
3625 SW Wanamaker Road
Topeka, KS 66614 

Worship Service

Due to the Coronavirus limitations in our community, during the Lenten season we will have two worship services:  Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday 10:00 a.m. Services will be provided via Zoom technology.  You will receive an invitation to join in your email via your computer or smartphone.
Shawnee County has issued a Safe at Home Order.   The church is not considered "essential" so the church will be closed starting March 24 until further notice. 

Palm Sunday, April 5th

Join us for the By His Wounds are Healed special service for Palm Sunday.  We remember that the wounds of coveting power we committed against our Lord were laid on Christ on the cross.  Our Lenten observance reminds us that though we have been brought low by sin, our Lord will bless us with new life in him through the cross.

Look for the Zoom link to the service in your email.

Bible Study

The Bible Study will only be offered on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am.  You will receive an invite in your email.  
Look in your email for the link to Zoom to attend the Bible Study.

The Bible Study will not be held on Easter morning.


The Lutheran Hour

THE LUTHERAN HOUR is broadcasted on the radio each Sunday morning at 7:30 on WIBW 580. You can also download an app and listen to it at other times. 

 

Time: Saturday, Apr 4, 2020 10:00 AM  

Look in your email for the Zoom invite for the scavenger hunt.

Portals of Prayer Devotion

To view it, click here.

Stewardship

Since the church will be closed for the next 30 days, please give on line.  Or if you prefer to mail in your giving, it would be best to send to Brad Hammel, CPA, 2800 SW Wanamaker Road, Suite 175, Topeka,KS. 66614.  Sending it to Brad's office will assure a secure receipt of your check.
If you prefer to send to the church, you can.  It will be left in our mailbox until it is picked up by Glenda.  This may not be as secure.
This is a time for all of us to remember the stewardship principle of percentage giving.  If your income hasn't gone down as a result of this crisis, your giving to the work of the Lord's Church should also not go down.  However, if your income goes down, your giving should also go down.  
You can either mail in your giving envelope to the church or you can pay your giving on line.

Learn more about GivePlus Church here.

To get started with e-giving, click wherever you see an E-Give button, like the one on the page navigation bar above, on the Prince of Peace website!

 

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