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Dearest in Christ,

We first and for most greet you in a gracious name of our Lord Jesus Christ, the true identity of our faith and who bring us together as one family in Him. We are delighted that you visit us and would like to say thank you too, for inviting others to know more about us. As we may be of different church backgrounds, St. Paul reminded us that, “For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus. For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ. There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus” (Galatians 3:26-28).

The U.S.L.C. used to be United Sudanese Christian Church, (see about us) but on Easter Sunday, the 31st day of March in the year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Thirteen, with God’s divine work, we were confirmed as members of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LC-MS). This affiliation was not man’s plan, but God’s plan through guidance of the Holy Spirit. Moreover, we found this Church as more pure in its teaching (visit Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod at www.lcms.org) to learn more about this congregation. We are where we belong and we pray that you may find interest to join us.

The USLC is a sub-parish sponsored by Resurrection Lutheran Church, operating under guidance of Rev. Dr. Curtis Peters whom you may reach at curtandpam@earthlink.net or (502) 599-2522. It is our pleasure to conclude this by thanking Resurrection congregation for allowing us to use their facility. Also, we thank our District and LC-MS Headquarter for their warm welcoming to be part of their Congregation.

“Let brother love continue. Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some have unwittingly entertained angels” (Hebrews 13:1-2)

As one of our valuable friends in Christ’s family, we invite you to our joint prayer service beginning promptly at 1 p.m. on Sunday, November 14, 2010 at Cloverleaf Baptist Church, 4401 Manslick Road, Louisville, KY, 40216.  This event will be for Kentucky and Tennessee Congregations, as well as other prayer supporters in the region.

The purpose of this event is to acknowledge God and ask Him to intervene in the Southern Sudan Referendum to be voted on January 9, 2011.

The citizens and natives of Sudan have suffered, been mistreated, and exposed to unspeakable death on their own soil for many years and their usurpers have had no pity to grant them rights and freedom.

Who should be their voice? We need to raise our hands and ask God to speak for the voiceless in this tough time of our country’s decision.

Your attendance with your family and friends is very important and will be greatly appreciated.  God bless you all.

In Our Lord’s Service,

John Deng Ater, Pastor

Contact: 502-356-2863 or email: uscchurch@gmail.com

 

2 Responses to “Sudanese Congregations and Christian Friends Unite in Prayer on Sunday, November 14 for the Southern Sudan Referendum”

  1. Nyanwut Maker Deng

    Thank you our dear pastor John for the job well done. Your visit to South Sudan has reminded us of the baeuty of our country through the baeutiful photos you brought. It has also shown the evangelical work God is doing through you to His beloved people. Bravo and more grease to your elbows!!!
    Nyanwut Maker.

    • United Sudanese Christian Church

      Dear Elizabeth,
      Thank you again for your kindly and supportive commment. There are no other opportunities to do our best in serving our heavenly King (Jesus) then this very time He has granted us. With prayer, I hope God will continue to give us guidance and protection in everything we want to accomplish in His name. And under the Headship of His Son Jesus Christ who bring us together through Calvery Cross of which His preciouse blood was sheded on
      once agian your comment is imperative, please keep visiting us for news update
      Remain bless
      In our Lord’s Service
      Ven. John Deng Ater

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