Lost Night Service Gives Hope, Encouragement

photo credit: http://www.stlukeselca.com
photo credit: http://www.stlukeselca.com

During the holidays, and especially around Christmas, many people feel anything but happy and willing to celebrate.
For them pain, suffering, and all the ills of the world can take their toll making it difficult or impossible to enjoy the season.

Instead of feeling joy and happiness, many find the Christmas season difficult to endure.

Friday, December 20th, the longest night of the year, St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo invites everyone to hear God's word through readings, prayers, and hymns during the Lost Night Service.

The program will bring hope and encouragement to those attending.

Pastor Alena Lamirato explains more about
the service.

The service will be from 7 to 8 o'clock at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, located on the corner of Hart Street and Burritt Avenue in Buffalo.

All are welcome to attend.

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