Pastor Ronald Klose of Our Redeemer

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Are you looking for Jesus? This is the question. It was the question of the angel, the young man dressed in a white robe at the tomb on that first Easter day. This is his question for us also. Whom are you looking for? Yes, we are all looking for Jesus and all that He brings to us both in word and deed, all that we are looking and longing for both in words and deeds, healing, wholeness, acceptance and forgiveness!

What are we looking for? Someone who will move the stone away, the question of the women who followed Jesus? Who will move the stones away in our own lives for they may be very large! But, look, they are already rolled back - by Jesus in His words at the last supper repeated to us each Lords day. Given and shed for you for the forgiveness of sins, our own brokeness.

Yes, each Sunday is a little Easter Sunday throughout the year and especially during the Eastertide. Let us look for Jesus. Let us remember His sacrifice for us. Let us remember that we are a died for people and follow him in lives of faith and commitment. Brother’s and sisters, He is here and He has been raised! Now go and tell! Because He lives, we shall live also!

I look forward to greeting and serving you all each Lord’s day.

Christ is Risen! He is Risen indeed!

A blessed, Happy Easter to all!

In Christ,

The Rev. Ronald M. Klose, Pastor
















Our Redeemer Lutheran Church
Seaford, Long Island, New York