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Devotion: Mary Sings

Please take a few moments to read Luke 1:39-56 This past weekend we had the joy of listening to our nearly 60 voice choir and 20 piece orchestra in this year’s Cantata titled Love Made a Way. The immense work of the choir, instrumentalists, technicians and our Director of Music...
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Ministry Coverage & Interim Information March 2022

With the departure of Pastors Rhonda and Eric Bostrom, Sheridan will experience an “interim period” as we await the filling of the vacated positions. Be aware that we will not be calling an interim pastor for either position. With a national clergy shortage, we will not ask our...
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Worship Update: In-Person Ministry Suspended

Dear Sheridan Community: At the recommendation of our elected Council leaders, beginning this Wednesday, November 11, Sheridan will be moving to an exclusively online expression of our ministries. This includes worship, all faith formation activities, Wednesdays @ the Well,...
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Worship & Serve as a Family

Remember that summer at Sheridan is a great time for all generations to gather as all God’s children, young and old. As the family of God, let’s commit to welcoming our children with our smiles and our welcoming words as Jesus did. As a faith community we can have a huge impact...
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Compassion in Holy Week

“Compassion asks us to go where it hurts, to enter places of pain, to share in brokenness, fear, confusion and anguish. Compassion means full immersion in the condition of being human.” Henry Nouwen Compassion at the center Compassion was at the center of Jesus’ ministry and his...
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Stained Glass Dedication

Window Installation is Complete! With the stained glass installation complete, the end of one of the largest, most complicated and spiritually significant changes in our current facility. These are exciting times! The north side installation, contrary to appearances, was much...
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Buy a Bible Project

Twenty years ago the decision was made to place Bibles in our pews. This was controversial, as most Lutheran churches had hymnals and not Bibles. The decision was made to place an emphasis on God’s Word and these Bibles remain in our pews today. After 20 years of use, it is...
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Not Just a Performance

Written by Preston Thiemann, Holy Week Reenactment Participant This was a blog originally posted during last year’s Holy Week Reenactment, but we love what Preston said on the reenactment’s impact on his journey through Holy Week and wanted to share his story again. ...
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Easter Sunday resurrection scene with Jesus and children

Holy Week & Easter Services

Holy Week is a busy and special time in our community of faith. We hope you can come participate in the fullness of this week at Sheridan as we walk with Jesus to the cross, and on Easter, celebrate his glorious resurrection! Share this post with friends or family who are looking...
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Cindy Swanson holding cross stitch version of Luther's Rose

What Does this Mean?

Looking at this needlework, you might ask Martin Luther’s favorite question! What does this mean??? When I was in Germany in 2014, I saw this Rose everywhere I looked. I knew it was synonymous with Martin Luther and the Lutheran Church, but I didn’t know its history. In those...
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Devotion: FL-AWE-D Peter the Rock

He said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Simon Peter answered, “You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God.” And Jesus answered him, “Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah! For flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my Father in...
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It’s like gaining an additional family

Reflections from Janette Drohman I never thought twice about becoming involved with the Sheridan Lutheran Drama ministry five years ago and it’s production of Jesus’ last days. The first two years I was involved, I played a member of the crowd and struggled with...
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