The last weekend of January was set for our “Days of Prayer” in the early sixties. On this weekend in 1958, we dedicated our first chapel across the street. On the last weekend of January 1964, we dedicated our first educational unit, also across the street. To expand and extend the Kingdom of our God, through our mission and ministry at Pinnacle Lutheran, we needed the help of the Almighty God. We all knew from the Psalmist, “Unless the Lord builds the House, our labors are in vain!”
On this last weekend in January over the decades, we have come one by one, for 24-48 hours to pour out our hearts in faith to the Almighty. We encourage you to participate in our “Days of Prayer” in 2011.
Thanks for participating; just come in Christian faith, with confidence, in the name of Jesus. You may kneel, sit or stand – come as an individual, couple, or a family – you may use the materials provided or from your own heart offer thanksgiving, praise and/or petitions for your person, our community, our congregation, our nation or our global concerns. Come as you are! Please select a half-hour which is then reserved for you. Please sign-up in the Narthex.