Christ Lutheran Church


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Worship and Study 



Gluten Free Communion Wafers 

We now have gluten free communion wafers available upon request. Please check with the pastor before the service or simply ask for during the distribution.  


7:00 a.m.

Contemplative Communion Service with prayer, scripture, reflection, & communion.


10:45 a.m.

Service of Holy Communionwith children's message & healing prayers with anointing. 

Healing Services 2nd Sundays 

*Child Care Available*

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Sunday February 19, 2017


Leviticus 19:1-2, 9-18

Psalm 119:33-40

1 Corinthians 3:10-11, 16-23

Matthew 5:38-48


In today’s first reading we hear, “You shall be holy, for I the Lord your God am holy.” Yet we know we cannot achieve perfection. Our attempts to love neighbors and even our enemies fall short of what God desires for us. Yet in Jesus we see one who loved even those who persecuted and killed him. We are made holy in baptism, and forgiven at the table of God’s mercy. As a people made holy by God, we go in peace to love as we have been loved.




Sunday February 26, 2017

Transifiguration of Our Lord


Exodus 24:12-18

Psalm 2

2 Peter 1:16-21

Matthew 17:1-9


Today’s festival is a bridge between the Advent-Christmas-Epiphany cycle that comes to a close today and the Lent-Easter cycle that begins in several days. On the mount of transfiguration Jesus is revealed as God’s beloved Son, echoing the words at his baptism. This vision of glory sustains us as Jesus faces his impending death in Jerusalem.

We turn this week to Ash Wednesday and our yearly baptismal journey from Lent to Easter. Some churches put aside the alleluia at the conclusion of today's liturgy. This word of joy will be omitted during the penitential season of Lent and will be sung again at Easter. 







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Ash Wednesday March 1 , 2017


Joel 2:1-2, 12-17

Psalm 51:1-17

2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10

Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21


Lent begins with a solemn call to fasting and repentance as we begin our journey to the baptismal waters of Easter. As we hear in today’s readings, now is the acceptable time to return to the Lord. During Lent the people of God will reflect on the meaning of their baptism into Christ’s death and resurrection. The sign of ashes suggests our human mortality and frailty. What seems like an ending is really an invitation to make each day a new beginning, in which we are washed in God’s mercy and forgiveness. With the cross on our brow, we long for the spiritual renewal that flows from the springtime Easter feast to come.







 Season of Lent 

Lent Soup Suppers

Join us  during this Lent Season on Wednesday evenings starting March 8 through April 5 at 6:00 p.m. for fellowship and Soup Suppers. Bring your favorite pot of soup to share! Followed by Bible Studies and Prayer at 7:00 p.m.








Sunday March 5, 2017

First Sunday in Lent


Genesis 2:15-17; 3:1-7

Psalm 32

Romans 5:12-19

Matthew 4:1-11


Today's gospel tells of Jesus’ temptation in the desert. His forty-day fast becomes the basis of our Lenten pilgrimage. In the early church Lent was a time of intense preparation for those to be baptized at the Easter Vigil. This catechetical focus on the meaning of faith is at the heart of our Lenten journey to the baptismal waters of Easter. Hungry for God’s mercy, we receive the bread of life to nourish us for the days ahead.





Sunday March 12, 2017

Second Sunday in Lent


Genesis 12:1-4a

Psalm 121

Romans 4:1-5, 13-17

John 3:1-17


During Lent we journey with all those around the world who will be baptized at the Easter Vigil. In today’s gospel Jesus tells Nicodemus that he must be born of water and Spirit. At the font we are given a new birth as daughters and sons of God. As God made a covenant with Abraham, in baptism God promises to raise us up with Christ to new life. From worship we are sent forth to proclaim God’s love for all the world.






Sunday March 19, 2017

Third Sunday in Lent


Exodus 17:1-7

Psalm 95

Romans 5:1-11

John 4:5-42


In today’s gospel the Samaritan woman asks Jesus for water, an image of our thirst for God. Jesus offers living water, a sign of God’s grace flowing from the waters of baptism. The early church used this gospel and those of the next two Sundays to deepen baptismal reflection during the final days of preparation before baptism at Easter. As we journey to the resurrection feast, Christ comes among us in word, bath, and meal—offering us the life-giving water of God’s mercy and forgiveness. 






Sunday March 26, 2017

Fourth Sunday in Lent


1 Samuel 16:1-13

Psalm 23

Ephesians 5:8-14

John 9:1-41


Baptism is sometimes called enlightenment. The gospel for this Sunday is the story of the man born blind healed by Christ. I was blind, but now I see, declares the man. In baptism God opens our eyes to see the truth of who we are: God’s beloved sons and daughters. As David was anointed king of Israel, in baptism God anoints our head with oil, and calls us to bear witness to the light of Christ in our daily lives. 












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Holy Week




Sunday of the Passion/Palm Sunday

Procession of the Palms 10:45 a.m.



Maundy Thursday - Communion Worship 7 p.m.

Joy of Christ Lutheran Church

784 Kamehameha Hwy.

Pearl City, HI

We gather as the disciples did in the Upper Room with foot washing as we remember the Last Supper, and the altar is stripped bare.





Good Friday Prayer Vigil

6:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.


Good Friday Joint Worship with

Joy of Christ Lutheran Church @ CLC 7:00 p.m.





Resurrection of Our Lord: Easter Day

Sunrise Service 7:00 a.m.

Communion Worship Service 10:45 a.m.





 Observing Jewish Passover Seder Meal











God's Work Our Hands, Faith in Action



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This year we expressed our gratitude to our local First Responders by providing lunches to 120 local Fire Fighters, Police Officers, and EMS workers, made by our voluteers.




 Fall Calendar


Blessing of the Animals




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Got Food? Campaign



all saints  November 

In remembrance of all our Saints in our lives.




Advent Season

 Advent Service and Studies Wednesdays at 7 PM

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Christmas Eve

Candlelight Services 6 & 8 PM


Midweek Advent Services 

A mid-week  Contemplative Bible Study and Responsive Prayer Service. We meet in the sanctuary and use the “lectio divina” and reflect upon the Gospel readings of the season. Bring your Bibles.











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