The Theatre Group Augenblick (Ottawa) invites you to their latest production:
“The Visit” by Friedrich Dürrenmatt
The performance is bilingual (German-English). The performance will be played in German, the English translations will be shown on a screen – like in last year’s performance of Lessing’s „Nathan the Wise”.
933 Smyth Road (Martin Luther Church)
Friday, 10 May, 7 p.m.
Saturday, 11 May, 7 p.m.
Admission is free, we would be grateful for a donation to support the theatre work.
Since there are only a limited number of seats available, we recommend that you pre-order tickets.
Reservations can be made at email@example.com
We would like to thank the „Kirche und Kultur“ group, which promotes German-language cultural projects in Ottawa, for their support.
I am the resurrection, and the life:
he that believes in me,
though he were dead, yet shall he live.
6:00 a.m. Easter sunrise service (German/English) with Easter fire
– followed by Easter breakfast –
9:30 a.m. Worship service with Communion (English)
11:00 a.m. Family worship service (English/German)
Certain for ever is the memory of his wonders:
the Lord is full of pity and mercy. – Psalms 111:4
7.00 p.m. Seder meal
English, with an introduction into the Seder meal
Please let us know in advance, if you would like to participate: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lent offers a perfect time to reflect on many things. You are invited to reflect on the mysteries of the Easter story by joining together in a Lenten Bible study. On Saturday mornings March 30, April 6 and 13 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at Faith Lutheran Church in Ottawa’s West end, on 43 Meadowlands Dr. W., contemplate the Lenten journey, and enjoy a hot brown beverage if you so choose.
This Lenten reflection series called ‘Finding meaning from Lent to Easter’ will be facilitated by Pastor JoAnne Lam based on resources from the Journey to Baptismal Living Workshop.
On this study journey you may encounter the Word of God in a personal way, experiencing God in the midst of your life. You may come to any or all of the studies, come alone or bring a friend, plan to listen, or share in the discussion.
It would be wonderful to experience this journey with you. This series will culminate in an Easter Vigil taking place the evening of Holy Saturday, April 20, from 6:00-9:30 pm at Martin Luther Church, 933 Smyth Road, with soup provided.
For more information you may contact Marianne Thornton: email@example.com 613-526-5414.
“As we were dreaming” is a German film directed by Andreas Dresen, based on the novel of the same name by author Clemens Meyer about a group of East German friends in Leipzig at the time of the German reunification.
Andreas Dresen conveys in this specifically German coming-of-age story before and after the fall of the wall with a lot of humour and rousing drive, the very special way of life of his youthful protagonists. Dani, Mark, Rico, Pitbull and Paul live in the intoxicating raptures of a special time. Years in which societies and systems collide and everything, really everything seems possible. The boys are thirteen when the story begins in the GDR, seventeen, when it ends in the new Germany.
Director: Andreas Dresen
109 minutes; German with English Subtitles
Behold, we go up to Jerusalem, and all things that are written by the prophets concerning the Son of man shall be accomplished.
This year, congregations of the Ottawa Ministry Area (Ottawa Lutherans) are gathering together to worship on Ash Wednesday, at three locations and at different times in the day:
1 pm Resurrection Lutheran Church, Orleans (1325 Gaultois Ave)
7 pm Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church (43 Meadowlands Dr. W.)
7:30 pm St Peter’s Lutheran Church (400 Sparks St)
With Imposition of Ashes ― a ritual to ground us in our humanity ― and Holy Communion to remind us that God in Jesus walks with us on our earthly and sometimes painful journey through life and death.