Online Worship

See the resources available below for worship and ministry sessions available both online and livestream.

Second Sunday after Epiphany; Commemoration of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Join us on our YouTube channel, First Lutheran Church, San Diego as we celebrate the Second Sunday of Epiphany and The Commemoration of Martyr, Renewer of the Church and Society, The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today we hear God’s voice calling out to Samuel and St. Paul’s insistence that we belong to the Lord, wholly and indivisible. We are found by Jesus and along with the disciples are issued the invitation to follow. This is intersected by the faithful life of Dr. King as we learn again that justice, truth, love, grace, and peace stand on the solid rock of Christ’s church, the gospel of salvation for all.

Many thanks to those who make worship possible:

Bill Engel, organ

Hanieh Kohan Khaki, Lector

Kathryn Kanaan, Worship Assistant

Elizabeth Connolly, Paul Engel, Jan Neuhaus, & Billie Thompson, singers

Omari Abdul-Alim, violin

Brian Jensen, sound, video, & computer

Please join us after Worship at 11:30 for the second part of our Congregational Meeting

You may find the worship at our First Lutheran, San Diego YouTube Channel. The bulletin is available below.

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Prayer Vigil

Interfaith clergy from across San Diego will be hosting a prayer vigil on Tuesday, January 19 at 7:00 p.m. in prayer for accountability, peace, and nonviolence on the eve of the presidential inauguration. You can find more detailed information about the vigil in the event’s press release here.

There will be two ways of accessing the vigil: First, you can sign up to attend the vigil on Zoom by filling out this form. A link and instructions will be sent as we draw near. Alternatively, you can watch a live stream of the vigil on the Faith Leaders of San Diego for Justice and Peace Facebook Page

Speakers, songs, and prayers will be offered from a diverse group of leaders, including ELCA Revs. Dave Nagler, Sarah Sumner-Eisenbraun, and Manuel Retamoza.

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