Luther Movie

NEW LUTHER MOVIE Sunday, March 26th, 7:15 PM,  All Saints Lutheran Student Fellowship at Slippery Rock University will be hosting a free screening of the new Luther movie, Luther: The Idea that Changed the World. The movie will be showed in the ATS (Advanced Technology and Science) auditorium on the campus of SRU. A map of the location is available at All Saints website: Please call 724-794-4334 to RSVP.

Reformation Service

Sunday, October 26 will be the date the Pittsburgh area’s LCMS congregations will gather to celebrate The Reformation. This year’s service is entitled “A Hymn Festival of the Evangelical-Lutheran Reformation.” The preacher will be The Rev’d. Dr. Carl C. Fickenscher II, professor of homiletics (preaching) at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne. The service will be at First Trinity Evangelical-Lutheran Church at 3:00PM, and refreshments will be provided afterwards. Parking will be at Oakland Catholic High School (off Craig St.), and there will be a handicap ramp at First Trinity (where handicap parking will be provided). ASL interpretation will also be provided. Dr. Fickenscher will also be the presenter for the Pittsburgh Pastoral Conference, which will meet at First Trinity on Monday, October 27 from 9:30AM to noon.

PALM Bylaws Amended

At the regular meeting of Pittsburgh Area Lutheran Ministries, Sunday, September 21, 2014, the delegates voted to amend Article 12 of the Bylaws. This amendment ended PALM’s historic function of granting loans, inherited from our predecessor body, thus making available loan monies now available for mission grants. Check back soon for an updated copy of the PALM Bylaws on the PALM website.+

PALM Annual Meeting

The last meeting, in February of this year, restored the previous Bylaws of PALM. This means we will return to having the annual meeting on the third Sunday of September. That means the next annual meeting will be held on The Feast of St. Matthew (Trinity XIV), Sunday, September 21, at 3:00PM. Once again we will be graciously hosted by First Trinity Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Pittsburgh.