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Calvary Lutheran Church located at 107 North Wood Dale Road in Wood Dale, IL is pleased to share God's Word through this podcast. If you would like to learn more about Jesus' love or have questions, please call Pastor Richard Heller at the church office at 630-766-2838. God's blessings to each of you!
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It's all about growing closer to Jesus! This mission inspires our worship, small groups and NextGen ministries. It motivates our service to the local community and the world. It serves as the foundation of everything we are, do and believe. We invite you to get to know Calvary—we look forward to getting to know you too!
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church Perham, Minnesota. Erin Bovendam Lead Pastor Eric Clapp Associate Pastor Calvary Lutheran Church 619 3RD AVE SW PERHAM MN 56573 https://calvaryperham.com/ Facebook @calvaryperham Youtube https://www.youtube.com/@calvaryperham Text: Text the amount you wish to gift to Calvary (i.e.$25) to our Give By Text number 218-316-6438. Vanco Mobile App on Phone/Tablet: Vanco Mobile Faith Engagement has replaced the Give+ App. Search “vanco mobile faith engagement” in ...
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This podcast comes from a person who grew up Catholic and decided to leave the church and everthing they stood for to someone who now works for a Lutheran Church. The first episodes are "interviews" from the Staff on what they do at the church along with some other questions. The importance of the podcast is to showcase how God can show itself to people in many different forms and views and how Calvary has accepted many people into its building whilst not "believing or worshiping" in what th ...
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A Walking Audio Tour of the Spiritual Geography of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Funded in part by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, the opinions expressed in this walking audio tour are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the John Templeton Foundation. Thank you for listening to Spirit & Stone, an audio tour of the historical and geographical heart of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. This tour highlights some of this historic campus's rich re ...
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church ELCA. Perham, Minnesota. Thank God. Share Jesus. Help Others. Gospel: Mark 1:1-8 Sermon: Pastor Eric Clapp (Pastor Erin's words) Everlasting God, you love justice and you hate wrongdoing. We confess the fear, greed, and self-centeredness that make us reluctant to work against oppression. We are complicit in system…
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church ELCA. Perham, Minnesota. Thank God. Share Jesus. Help Others. GOSPEL: Mark 13:24-37 Sermon: Pastor Eric Clapp Everlasting God, you love justice and you hate wrongdoing. We confess the fear, greed, and self-centeredness that make us reluctant to work against oppression. We are complicit in systems of exploitation. …
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church ELCA. Perham, Minnesota. Thank God. Share Jesus. Help Others. GOSPEL: Matthew 25:31-46 Sermon: Pastor Erin Bovendam Prayer of the Day O God of power and might, in Jesus, you show us the way of service, and in him we inherit the riches of your grace. Give us the wisdom to know what is right and the strength to serv…
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church ELCA. Perham, Minnesota. Thank God. Share Jesus. Help Others. GOSPEL: Matthew 25:14-30 Sermon: Pastor Eric Clapp Prayer of the Day Prayer of the Day: Righteous God, our merciful master, you own the earth and all its peoples, and you give us all that we have. Inspire us to serve you with justice and wisdom, and pre…
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church. Perham Minnesota GOSPEL: Matthew 25:1-13 Sermon: Pastor Erin Bovendam Prayer of the Day Almighty God, you have knit your people together in one communion in the mystical body of your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord. Grant us grace to follow your blessed saints in lives of faith and commitment, and to know the inexpres…
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church. Perham Minnesota GOSPEL: Matthew 22 : 34-40 Sermon: Pastor Erin Bovendam & Pastor Eric Clapp Prayer of the Day Gracious God, we pray for your church across your world. Fill it with all truth and peace. Where it is corrupt, purify it; where it is in error, direct it; where anything is amiss, reform it; where it is…
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church. Perham Minnesota GOSPEL: Matthew 22: 15-22 Sermon: Pastor Erin Bovendam PRAYER OF THE DAY Sovereign God, raise your throne in our hearts. Created by you, let us live in your image; created for you, let us act for your glory; redeemed by you, let us give you what is yours, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord…
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You have probably heard of the idea of “academic freedom.” At UW, it has meant that anything that matters to the citizens of the state is worthy of study. Read the plaque to the left of the front door out loud. The plaque symbolizes the seriousness with which the university takes its commitment to the “continual and fearless sifting and winnowing b…
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You’re now standing in the middle of the Humanities Building. Contrary to popular myth, the building was not designed to protect against antiwar student riots. The architectural style is aptly called “Concrete Brutalism.” It looks more like a Soviet-era bunker than a place where history is taught and music recitals are held. The building was part o…
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Stand in the middle of the bridge, facing away from the lake, and look to your right to Chadbourne Hall. Back in 1871, this building was the Female College and women’s dorm. The Female College had been created a few years earlier to separate men and women students, who had been enrolling together since 1863. The UW president who insisted on the sep…
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On one end of your vision should be the Capitol, the center of state government. On the other end, up the hill, is Bascom Hall, the center of UW’s administration. Although these two buildings are one mile apart, state government and UW have always been closely related. For thousands of years, the Ho-Chunk Nation inhabited the land on which you are …
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Thank you for listening to Spirit & Stone, an audio tour of the historical and geographical heart of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. This tour highlights some of this historic campus's rich religious and spiritual heritage. Whether you are a prospective student or a longtime resident of Madison, the following stops will introduce you to some o…
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Looks like a church, doesn’t it? It was built in 1878 and first named Assembly Hall because administrators were eager to have a space to accommodate the entire student body in one place. Today, many high schools wouldn’t be able to fit into its original 800-seat auditorium, but back then UW’s student body hovered around 500. UW’s student population…
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Colleges like Harvard and Yale were founded to train clergy. They grew to become research universities, but they maintained their schools of divinity as part of their original commitments. When UW and other public universities were founded much later, the question of religious instruction was front and center. Would the new state-funded schools hav…
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South Hall, built in 1855, is the second oldest building on campus. It was the original women’s dorm before what is now Chadbourne Hall was built, and it is now home to the administration of the College of Letters and Science. Like all early buildings at the university, South Hall at one time possessed a chapel that was an active part of student li…
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Birge Hall, home of UW’s Department of Botany, was erected in 1910. It took its current name in 1950 in honor of Edward Birge, a prominent zoologist, educator, and two-time president of UW-Madison. Birge was one of the country’s first great experts on lakes. He contributed to Lake Mendota being nicknamed “the most studied lake in the world.” Birge,…
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UW has been a leader in scientific research and teaching for more than a century. The rustic red brick walls of Science Hall are an imposing testament to this legacy. The building was erected in 1887, and has hosted more than a dozen science departments, from agriculture to zoology. As the university grew, Science Hall came to be known for its chie…
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Alumni Park, finished in 2018, sits on the historic site of UW’s YMCA building. Founded in 1881, the YMCA became the center of student social life for decades. It foreshadowed the Memorial Union, which would open in 1928, as a gathering place for students, a hosting site for extracurricular activities, and the social hub of campus. The YMCA itself …
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As you look south to the brick building of the University Club, you’ll see one of the oldest existing social spaces on campus. The building was finished in 1907 and, on the order of university president Charles Van Hise, the club was founded to promote faculty community. It has always had a dining area on the first floor, but originally the more th…
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The Education Building, built in 1900 and renovated in 2011, houses UW’s School of Education, routinely ranked as one of the top programs of its type in the country. The School of Education was founded in 1930 and was seen by the university as a direct outgrowth of the Wisconsin Idea, a term first coined in the early twentieth century by UW Preside…
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Across Observatory Drive there is a small nature preserve named Muir Woods. It stretches down the hill to the shore of Lake Mendota. Muir Woods is named after John Muir, sometimes called the “Father of the National Parks” for his career as a preservationist and co-founder of the Sierra Club. Muir was born in Scotland in 1838 and when 11 years old i…
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The large building in your view was opened in 1971 and carries the name of Helen C. White. It houses a popular student study spot, College Library, and a handful of academic departments, including the English Department. Helen White taught English at UW for forty-eight years, from 1919 to her death in 1967. As mentioned in a previous stop, she was …
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church. Perham MinnesotaGOSPEL: Matthew 22:1-14Sermon: Pastor Eric ClappPRAYER OF THE DAYGracious God, you have prepared a table before all peoples and poured out your life with abundance. Call us again to your banquet. Strengthen us by what is honorable, just, andpure, and transform us into a people of righteousness and…
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church. Perham MinnesotaGOSPEL: Matthew 21:33-46Sermon: Pastor Eric ClappPRAYER OF THE DAYBeloved God, from you come all things that are good. Lead us by the inspiration of your Spirit to know those things that are right, and by your merciful guidance, help us to do them, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.e…
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church. Perham MinnesotaGOSPEL: Matthew 21:23-32Sermon: Pastor Erin BovendamPRAYER OF THE DAYGod of love, giver of life, you know our frailties and failings. Give us your grace to overcome them, keep us from those things that harm us, and guide us in the way of salvation, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.e…
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church. Perham Minnesota 1st reading: Jonah 3:10-4:11 Psalm: Psalm 145:1-8 GOSPEL: Matthew 20:1-16 Sermon: Pastor Erin Bovendam PRAYER OF THE DAY Almighty and eternal God, you show everlasting lovingkindness to us your servants. Because we cannot rely on our own abilities, grant us your merciful judgment, and train us to…
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Welcome to Calvary Lutheran Church. Perham Minnesota GOSPEL: Matthew 18:21-35 Sermon: Pastor Eric Clapp PRAYER OF THE DAYO Lord God, merciful judge, you are the inexhaustible fountain of forgiveness. Replace our hearts of stone with hearts that love and adore you, that we may delight in doing your will, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Am…
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