Second Sunday after the Epiphany

Can anything good come from Nazareth?

Nothing in the outward signs indicated the effect that Christ's incarnation would have in the world. The outward means so little because Christ’s salvation is the single individual’s knowing God. Personal knowing is incompatible with domineering manifestations and mass movement. Personal knowing happens in the repetition of meetings around God’s Word (in person or via Zoom) and speaking with one another. The incarnation is God coming to us so that we might come to know Him. As Paul taught, such knowing moves from faith to faith; from one believing single individual to the next. And Peter wrote that salvation advances as a single hopeless individual asks about the hope that sustains the life of the single Christian individual. Personal knowing is another name for love. Love flourishes in the humble, intimate and seemingly unimpressive moments of life as we come to know God's love.

My dear brother/sister,

Because of the more stringent Tier 4 restrictions we can no longer meet together in church for Bible study, but we can carry on with the Service as we have been doing. For the time being, join us for either Bible study at 10 am (via Zoom) or/and the Service at 11am (in church). This Sunday Charles will continue the study he started last Sunday on Romans 6:1-11. He will also preach.

Important. The Congregational Meeting that we were going to have this Sunday is postponed until the 28th of February.


Please find the bulletin attached.

When coming to church be mindful of the following:

  • Wear a face mask. Also, you may want to dress warm as we need to keep the windows open.
  • There is a one-way system in place. You will enter the building via the double doors on Westfield Lane and exit through the back door towards Westfield House.
  • Observe the stipulated distance.
  • People from the same household must sit together and children must stay with their parents all the time.
  • We will speak the liturgy and there will be music but no singing. This is due to the risk of transition via droplets of saliva. So, we will follow the lyrics from the hymnal silently.
  • There will be Holy Communion and one pew at a time will be called up. You must not kneel at the rail.

Offerings will not be collected. If you can, continue to give online, at least for the time being. The details will be on the back of the bulletin. Still, you will be able to place your offering in the plate on your way out of the church if you wish. But bear in mind that our treasurer won't be able to record your gift before 72 hours.

I hope you are not discouraged by any of this from coming. This is for the safety of us all and especially the most vulnerable among us. However, do not come if you or someone you live with has any of the symptoms of COVID-19:

  • A new, continuous cough, where you cough a lot for more than an hour, or have three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours
  • Fever - where your temperature is above 37.8C
  • Loss of smell or taste

I look forward to seeing you.

Stay safe and well.

Pastor Jaime

ELCE News from the Executive Council
and around the ELCE 21st November 2020

Hello! I trust you are safe and well and coping with the
lockdown or isolation or having COVID-19 in your
home or nearby. The image of the storm – we are in the
same storm but in different boats – hasn’t abated but
we do know the One who stills any storm.

From the Executive Council–20March 2020

There are lots of good news around! Nevertheless COVID-19 is still around and it is not good news. Actually it is a virus doing its own virus-thing because we are spreadingit.
7 Jan
• Ladies Bible Study resumes at 3pm via Zoom
10 Jan
The Baptism of our Lord

• Bible Study resumes at 10am
• Divine Service with Holy Communion at 11am
    o The Baptism
• Oxford Mission: Service with Communion at 4:30pm
14 Jan
Church council meeting at 7pm
17 Jan
Congregational Meeting after the Service (postponed until 28 Feb)
14 Feb
The Transfiguration of our Lord
17 Feb
Ash Wednesday
28 March
Palm Sunday
2 Apr
Good Friday
4 Apr
Easter Sunday


Resurrection Lutheran Church is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of England a registered charity in England and Wales (number 220466) and in Scotland (number SC041204). The Evangelical Lutheran Church of England (ELCE) is a confessional Lutheran Church, in England, Scotland and Wales, and a member of International Lutheran Council (ILC).


Coming Soon

21 Jan
• Ladies Bible Study resumes at 3pm via Zoom
24 Jan
3rd Sunday after the Epiphany
• Bible Study resumes at 10am via Zoom
• Divine Service with Holy Communion at 11am


Pastor: Revd Jaime Kriger,
mobile number is +44 (0)7956 061004
Parsonage: +44 (0) 1223 779181
25 Westfield Lane
Cambridge CB4 3QS


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