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Redeemer Lutheran Church
2306 Appleby Sand Road
Nacogdoches, Texas 75965
Phone: (936) 564-6729
Fax: (936) 564-2171
Office hours: Mon - Fri
8:00 AM to Noon

Pastor: The Reverend John Cain

Redeemer is a church of the
LCMS, Texas District

SERVICES

9:00 AM
Worship

10:00 AM
Social

10:20 AM
Sunday School

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   "Bringing all into a saving relationship with Jesus Christ as we ... Rejoice in his Grace, Live as God's Own Family, and Care for His World."

The 12 Days of Christmas
plus Epiphany

The Twelve Days of Christmas is the festive Christian season, beginning on Christmas Day (25 December), that celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. This period is also known as Christmastide. The Twelfth Day of Christmas (5 January) is followed by the Feast of the Epiphany on 6 January. Epiphany means manifestation. What the Church celebrates today is the manifestation of our Lord to the whole world; after being made known to the shepherds of Bethlehem He is revealed to the Magi who have come from the East to adore Him. Christian tradition has ever seen in the Magi the first fruits of the Gentiles; they lead in their wake all the peoples of the earth, and thus the Epiphany is an affirmation of universal salvation. Many different saint feast days fall within the twelve days of Christmas, but they are not part of the Twelve Days themselves. The Twelve Days is a distinct period focused on commemorating the Nativity of Christ, and the visit of the Wise Men, the Magi, and their bringing of gifts to the child Jesus. Catholics celebrate Epiphany as a single day, however, the Protestant faith marks Epiphany as a whole season until Ash Wednesday, which begins the season of Lent leading to Easter. Depending on the timing of Easter, this longer period of Epiphany includes from four to nine Sundays. In 2019, Ash Wednesday is on Mar. 6th, which marks the begining of Lent. Easter will be on April 21st.

Join us: All community residents and visitors are invited to join us for worship and fellowship, as we strengthen our relationship with God through His Son, Jesus Christ.

Listen to Pastor Cain's weekly radio broadcast on KKHT via smartphone or computer. Click on the button that says "Listen Live" on www.KKHT.com . This broadcast is both FM and Internet radio Sunday nights, 7:00 pm, with an older show rebroadcast at 7:30 pm. The 7pm show airs again Saturday morning at 10 AM. Closer to Houston, you can pick up KKHT on the air at 100.7 FM. KKHT is one of Houston's Christian radio stations. Podcasts, downloadable files of past shows are available on his "Evangelical Life Ministries" website: ElmHouston.org You can also tune in early at 6:30 to catch The Lutheran Hour.

Lutheran Student Fellowship: LSF is going strong at Redeemer! LSF is the national organization of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod for college students. Moving away from home does not mean one should move away from a relationship with the Lord, or from companionship with other Christian students. Make contact at church, or on Facebook at the LSF Stephen F. Austin State University link.

Newsletter submissions: Reminder - Please submit your articles for the newsletter to the church secretary by the 15th day of the month prior to the month that you want your article to appear.

Newsletter distribution: To cut down on the cost of mailing the monthly newsletter, members will now receive their copy of the newsletter via e-mail. Please check with the church secretary if you do not receive a copy in your electronic mail box to ensure that the church is using your most current e-mail address. Also let the secretary know if you want to continue receiving the newsletter by "snail mail." Note: you may also read the newsletter by clicking on the "INFORMATION" link in the above menu of this webpage, and then scroll down to "Newsletter." This will allow you to read the newsletter on-line in PDF format, and to print your own copy. You must use the free Adobe Acrobat Reader downloadable "HERE."

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The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod's disaster response ministry responds to immediate and long-term needs following natural and man-made disasters, working through LCMS districts and congregations, international Lutheran churches and other partners. LCMS World Relief and Human Care, through LCMS Disaster Response, is coordinating with Texas District Disaster Response to launch a significant and sustained relief effort in response to Hurricane Harvey. LCMS Disaster Response teams will deploy as soon as emergency officials allow them to enter the disaster zone. More than 160 LCMS congregations are in the affected areas, and you can help with relief and mercy efforts. DONATE NOW to the LCMS emergency relief efforts.

 

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English classes for internationals are being taught on Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 8:45. Registration for new students is twice each year during January and September. There are classes for beginning and intermediate students, and those preparing to apply for citizenship. Classes are free, but students must buy a book. For information, call
(936) 569-7550.

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Pastor Cain's
Sunday Sermons

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12/02/2018 - Luke 1:5-25, Gabriel appears to Zecharias

12/9/2018 - Luke 1:26-38, The Angel Gabriel appeared to Mary

12/16/2018 - Childrens' Christmas Program

12/16/2018 - Luke 1:39:56, Mary and Elizabeth, "the Magnificat"

12/23/2018 - Luke 1:57-80, Zechariah prophesied that his son, John, will prepare the way for Jesus

12/30/2018 - Luke 2:21-40, Simeon and Anna

1/6/2019 - Matthew 2:1-12, The star leads the Magi to Bethlehem where Jesus Christ was born for all