Spiritual Leadership

  For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor heights, nor depth, nor anything else in all creation will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.” 

 Romans 8:38-39 

Pr. Wolling

Everyone is a spiritual leader.

All those who are a part of our community of faith are encouraged to participate in thespiritual leadership of the community.

In worship, adults lead as assisting ministers and communion assistants. Children of all ages participate as acolytes and crucifers. Our very youngest children carry the communion elements forward as an offering each Sunday.

The Spirit also moves among us through our prayer warriors, the visitors who bring greetings and Euchairist to our shut-in members, Sunday School staff, choir, musicians, ushers and coffee hour hosts.

Luther Memorial has called Reverend Gail Wolling to provide pastoral care. Rev. Wolling was born in Baltimore, Maryland. She earned a Masters Degree in Social Studies Education from SUNY Albany and taught high school for several years before attending The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, earning a Masters of Divinity and Masters of Sacred Theology. She is widowed and has three grown children. Her varied hobbies include gardening, reading, knitting and painting. Rev. Wolling has particular interest in biblical studies and preaching.  She shares her favorite bible verse with us above.

Rev. Wolling can be reached by calling the main number for  Luther Memorial, 315-458-1481, or by email: pastor@luthermemorialns.org.