Sunday Worship: Online and via Conference Call at 10 am.

 

Join us on Facebook live on Sundays at 10 am if you are unable to attend inperson worship!

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Worship on November 22, 2020

Current Status - Worship Protocols

Worship from November 29 and beyond 
The Church Council decided that due to the rising cases of COVID in the Pascack Valley, worship will be online/conference call only starting  on November 29.

I know this isn't ideal. We all want to see and gather with the people of God every week. We long to pray, sing, and commune around the same altar rail. Yet we are also a community that takes care of each other and the wider neighborhood. We will continue to practice a discipline of safety that is faithful and Jesus centric. The church council will regularly check-in to see if the situation improves and we can safely meet in person. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Pastor Marc or any member of the church council.

 

 

Interfaith Thanksgiving Service


Sunday, November 22 at 7 pm
Click here to view the service on Facebook.

Click here to view on Youtube.

Zoom Conversation after Service
Click here to talk about thanksgiving from an interfaith perpective! 

 

Caring

We love because Jesus loved us first! At CLC we live our faith out loud by making a difference in people's lives. Here are just a few ways we serve, love, and offer hope: 
 
Genesis Garden - 1000 lb of fresh produce every year
Disaster Relief Assistance 
Northern New Jersey Lutheran Youth Co-op
Support Center for Food Action (Englewood)
The Care Committee - serving those in crisis
Music, Choir, and More
Worship twice on Sunday
Trash & Treasure Sale - Supporting ministries all over the world
Partnership with the Tri-Boro Food Pantry
Support Seafarer's, Lutheran Social Ministries, and more.
Adult and Children Education
 


 

Learning

One of the main instructions given to the leaders of the church was to be able to teach. Leaders are also commanded to equip the saints so that they can also carry out the work of the minsitry, and this exactly what our skilled teachers desire to do. 

Coming to our services should be a time of worship and fellowship, but also of mental strengthening. Sermons are understandable but yet stimulating to the mind with respect to accurate doctrine and implication.