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Lent – March 18

Wednesday night, March 18, we encourage all members of Trinity Lutheran Church, Nampa to pray this devotional at 7pm. You may wish to light a candle as a way of inviting the light of Christ into your sacred space. Our … Continue reading

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St Patrick’s Day

Eight months ago, my friend Joy and I hiked past Patrick’s Mountain. It was our last official day of hiking. We ended the hike in the beautiful town of Westport, in County Mayo. Who could have imagined that I would … Continue reading

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Nampa Food Banks in the time of COVID-19

Largely because of Trinity Community Gardens leadership in food security, I have been part of email threads and Facebook groups wondering how people will get food during this chapter in our lives. Here is what we know: Traveling Table – … Continue reading

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Well Rooted

One of our church members, Sarah Henthorn, posed a question in a video on Facebook today, “What do we love about our congregation?” Though I know that anything can become an idol, even Christian community, I want to share that … Continue reading

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March 15, 2020

Prayer of the Day Merciful God, the fountain of living water, you quench our thirst and wash away our sin. Give us this water always. Bring us to drink from the well that flows with the beauty of your truth … Continue reading

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March 8, 2020

Since some of my readers ¬†self-quarantined last week, here are the prayer of the day, scripture passages and sermon. Remember, you can bookmark this page of subscribe to the blog. Prayer of the Day: O God, our leader and guide, … Continue reading

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Worship Cancelled/What’s Next

Dear Friends in Christ, I have been reading the CDC website daily, along with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare website. I have consulted with our executive committee. I do not know if there is a perfect decision. As … Continue reading

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