Sermon on the 100th Anniversary of Trinity’s Building - Jan 2009
Buried Windows (Essay in Lutheran Women Today, March 2008)
Sermon preached on Feb. 12th, 2008 LSTC Leadership Conference "Perfect Potential: Seeking Excellence in Ministry"
Sermon for November 25th, 2007,
Christ the King
Sermon for December
3rd, 2006, First Sunday of Advent
for Nov. 7th, 2004, All Saints Sunday
the Third Anniversary of 9/11,
Sunday Sept. 12th, 2004
there is that doesn't love a wall"
Luke 15:1-3, 11 -32
The Prodigal Son
on the 36th Anniversary of the Assassination of
Dr Martin Luther King, Jr
April 4th, 2004
email Pastor Neumark: firstname.lastname@example.org
call Pastor Neumark at church office: 212-222-7045
or cell phone: 917-374-4212
Bread for the World Sunday
On October 19 and other Sundays throughout the fall, churches across the country are taking time to renew their commitment to ending hunger in God’s world. This year’s observance of Bread for the World Sunday takes place at a time when a new Congress and new president are being elected.
A Reflection Resource is available with prayers and other worship aids. Pr. Heidi Neumark has written a scripture study which is helpful as a preaching resource or for the adult education hour. Pastor Neumark was the featured speaker at “Come to the Waters,” the 2008 churchwide gathering of the Women of the ELCA.
Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad. God’s grace in Jesus Christ moves us to help our neighbors, whether they live in the next house, the next state or the next continent.
go to http://www.bread.org/ to find out more
ELCA NEWS SERVICE
July 12, 2008
Neumark Tells Women of the ELCA that Bold Sisters Change the World
". . . Bold women on the edge of the Jordan River take action that ripples across the centuries and borders all the way to the pages to the American Bar Association Journal and on to us here by the waters of Salt Lake City," Neumark said. "Isn't God amazing? Cannot bold women do awesome things with the help of God?". . . (more)