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The Cross: A Real, Living Symbol! PDF Print E-mail

I have dozens of Bibles in my office, in several languages.  Most are in English, and represent a broad selection of the wide variety of English translations that are, or have been on the market.  One of my personal interests is to examine how these translations differ.  In so doing, I believe that I have a deeper understanding of the Scriptures, than might otherwise be the case.  Someone once asked me, “Which is Bible is the most important to you, being the best translation?”  The critical qualification that came at the end of her question, made it so much more difficult.  Knowing which I consider to be the best translation, is of course is a difficult question and needs to be explained in some detail.  But at first, I heard only the part of the question about which Bible is most important to me…that question is much simpler…because one of them has become a symbol to me that has another deep, symbolic significance.  
Crosses are like that too.  They are not simply signs pointing to something…they are symbols that certainly point to another reality, but also participate in that reality.  Join us for worship this weekend, where we explore what crosses mean to us!
We gather for worship on Saturday at 5:30 pm, and on Sunday at 8:30 am and 11:00 am.  I look forward to seeing you there!
~Pr. Luther
Giving More For Lent PDF Print E-mail

Giving more for Lent
Not just giving up for Lent


A Food Drive Supporting
Interfaith Community Services


Food Drive


When: February 18, 2015 through Easter (April 5)

Free Concert PDF Print E-mail
February 28
12:00 Noon
Youth Philharmonic Orchestra Concert
Suzuki Strings, Poway Symphonette, Ulli Reiner, conductor
performing pieces by Mozart, Dvorak and Brahms
This concert is FREE and open to the public.
Incarnation Lutheran Church
16889 Espola Rd., Poway
Lenten Services PDF Print E-mail
What Makes Life Worth Living?


March 4
7pm - Be There


March 11
7pm - My Garden


March 18
7pm - Ask Forgiveness


March 25
7pm - Be Grateful


Parish Nurses - Nutrition & Fitness PDF Print E-mail

Join the Incarnation Parish Nurses Saturday walking group!  The walking group will meet at the duck pond at Kit Carson Park in Escondido (right next to North County Mall). We walk  every Saturday  at 8 am. There are restrooms and walking options from level to hilly. For more information contact your parish nurse at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or (858-487-2225 ext 7021). 


The parish nurses are offering "The Daniel Plan", a 40 day series on achieving a healthier lifestyle. We meet on Wednesdays at 6:00 pm, before Lent services for a light dinner and discussion.
Our monthly table for March will be on "Ways to Manage Stress”
Incarnation Lutheran VBS 2015 SAVE THE DATE! PDF Print E-mail


Incarnation Lutheran's

Vacation Bible School 2015




Join us July 27 through July 31 from 9am to noon


Our program is open to children 3 years through 5th grade.



6th grade and older (including adults)

are encouraged to participate and volunteers or leaders.


More details to come as they become available.


If you have questions, please contact the church office at (858) 487-2225.

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