Can you always tell the weeds from the flowers, or saints from sinners? If you are quick to judge might you mistake a saint for a sinner? Is God patient with you regarding the “weeds” in your own garden? How patient are you with others? With yourself?
It is an age-old question: why is there evil in the world? In the parable of the wheat and the weeds Jesus suggests that both grow together until the harvest. With Paul, we long for the day that all creation will be set free from bondage and suffering. Having both weeds and wheat within us, we humbly place our hope in the promises of God, and from the Lord’s table we go forth to bear the fruit of justice and mercy.
Teach me your way, O LORD, and I will walk in your truth. (Ps. 86:11)
The revealing of the children of God
Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43
The parable of the weeds
Join us in Worshiping the Lord
Sunday 9:30 AM
Adult Sunday School @ 8:30 AM
Holy Communion celebrated: All are Welcome!
All believe in Jesus are welcome to receive the sacrament.
God and Dog Video
The sacrament of Holy Communion is freely given to ALL who believe in Jesus.
May the peace of the Lord be with you!
We would love for you to worship with us and
join us in the task of service to our Lord.
Trinity Lutheran Church
1141 West Chester Pike
Havertown PA 19083
We are across from the Hess Gas Station on West Chester Pike – between Manoa and Eagle Rd.