Click here to view the First Lutheran Church worship service bulletins.
Click here to go to the Sermoncast Web page.
First Lutheran's worship services are available on YouTube. Go to: www.youtube.com/flcsf.
Musical copyrights are covered by WORSHIPcast.
More than 100 people participate in phone or email prayer chains. The prayer chain is for both those who wish to have a prayer or would like pray for others. To submit your prayer request, please call the church office (605) 336-3734.
LivingLutheran.com serves up a
daily blend of culture, conversation
and community for ELCA members
and friends. They write, "We're looking for answers about what it all means and hope you'll stop by to put in your two cents."
Looking for spiritual refreshment? God Pause e-mail devotions are short, meaningful reflections on the following Sunday's lessons and gospel delivered directly to your e-mail box. By Sunday, you'll be ready for an extra meaningful worship experience. Devotion writers are all Luther Seminary alumni/ae. Their reflections are a gift to you and to the church. Click here to visit the God Pause Web site.
This text study is prepared by the Rev. Dan Nelson, a retired pastor and a member of First Lutheran. He prepares a study of the lessons for each Sunday. Click here to visit the Text Study Web site. Follow the "Studies B" link. (Note that the dates are not correct; follow instead the name of each Sunday.)
The Christ in Our Home devotional is available at the church.
Each year, members write devotions for the Lenten Season. If you would like to write a devotion for this publication, please call the church office (605) 336-3734.
The Book of Concord contains documents which Christians from the fourth to the 16th century A.D. explained what they believed and taught on the basis of the Holy Scriptures. Check it outline online here.
Here you can find study links and worship/liturgy links for each week based on the Revised Common Lectionary. Click here to visit the Text This Week Web site.
Search the entire Bible by passage or keyword - in a variety of versions. Click here to visit the Bible Gateway Web site.
Family Devotional Success is a free monthly e-newsletter devoted to helping you keep your family devotional time successful. The newsletter can be used to help pass on faith, punctuated by moments of Bible reading, prayer, worship, and instruction and discussion. Sign up for their newsletter to get tools on how to do this and more. Bible bookmarks, designed by the same people who run this newsletter, are available on the bulletin board outside of the library. Click here to visit their website.
JellyTelly is an online destination for families, developed in partnership between Focus on the Family and Phil Vischer's Jellyfish Labs. As a Bible-based alternative to video and gaming sites, JellyTelly provides families with a safe place to learn and play online.