Current Events

Current Events
Sermon Series
"Road Trip Through Romans"
June 11-October 1
What does it mean to be Lutheran? The book of Romans, Paul's definitive outline of the Christian faith, served as the basis for Luther's reform of the church. Today, Confessional Lutheranism still follows this path from Jesus to Paul to Luther. Join us this summer for a ROAD TRIP THROUGH ROMANS: From Paul to Luther - One Word At A Time.

7.02 – Reconciliation
7.09 – Reversal
7.16 – Buried
7.23 – Battling
7.30 – Longing
 
8.06 – Praying
8.13 – Chosen
8.20 – Inseparable
8.27 – Roots
 
9.03 – Grafted
9.10 – Awe
9.17 – Sacrifice
9.24 – Love
 
10.1 – Freedom
 

 
Bible Classes
"Broken: 7 “Christian” Rules That Every Christian Ought to Break as Often as Possible"
A book by Jonathan Fisk
Tuesdays at 3:15PM
 
There are only two kinds of spirituality in the world. One is false, and one is true. One is the manifestation of the old evil foe who has sent many false spiritualities out into the world, and the other is the holy spirituality found only in faith in the one true God. One is a lie, and one is real.
But which is which?
Broken: 7 “Christian” Rules That Every Christian Ought to Break as Often as Possible examines seven teachings taught as if they were Christian doctrine, but which are nothing more than the traditions of men.
Author Jonathan Fisk shows how, under the cross of Jesus, you will find that your mind, heart, and hands, your reason, emotions, and sense of mercy, are the very things that our Lord has redeemed. In the resurrection of Jesus, in His fulfillment of the Law, in the essence of His Gospel, in the pure Word of God, you will find the truth.


"Never-Changing God, Never-Changing Promises"
A study of the book of Revelation
Sundays at 9:00AM
 
Most Bible classes request a study of the book of Revelation. It is one of the least familiar books of the Bible. Its very name implies that the future and the unknown will be revealed on its pages. It is, just as it is done throughout the Bible. The ultimate purpose of this study is to strengthen our Christian faith.
 
National Night Out
Tuesday, August 1 from 6:00-8:00
 
National Night Out is a yearly festival where neighbors reconnect with one another. Join us at Brooklyn Lutheran Evangelical Church on the corner of 69th Ave. N. and Zane Ave.  Get to know those in your community. BELC members can drop off door prize donations at the church office and should contact Guy Schimenz at 763-772-7642 or schimenz@engindsystems.com to get involved!

 PLANS FOR OUR BLOCK PARTY:
Live Music – RJ Band
Ice Cream
Games and a Bouncy House
Race Car Display (weather Permitting)
Door Prizes
Information Tables
Photos from the 2016 NNO

 
Softball Schedule
Monday Church League
June 19 at 6:20pm - Brooklyn vs Holy Trinity - Centennial South
June 26 at 7:20pm - Brooklyn vs Grace Green - Centennial North
July 3 - No Games
July 10 at 8:20pm - Brooklyn vs Grace White - Centennial South
July 17 at 8:20pm - Brooklyn vs Grace Gray - Centennial North
July 24 at 7:20pm - Brooklyn vs Cross of Glory - Centennial South


 
"Mighty Fortress"
Summer Bible Camp
Saturday, July 29 from 9:00am-4:30pm
Click HERE for more information and to register for this FREE event.
 
Installation and Welcome Luncheon
Sunday, July 30
INSTALLATION AND WELCOME LUNCHEON is next Sunday, July 30, to welcome Isaac and Stefanie Hill. Stefanie is our new preschool director and teacher. Pulled pork sandwiches will be provided. We are asking people to bring a pot luck item to share.
Last Names A-J bring a dessert
Last Names K-Z bring a salad
Bring an item for about ten people. 

Prayer Chain
Be a Prayer Warrior!
Would you like to  join the Prayer Chain?  
Do you have a prayer request?  
Contact Karen Smith at karlen1957@gmail.com.