Sunday October 30 – Reformation Sunday Mexican Mission Sunday 9am SUN. SCHOOL/ADULT FORUM – PH 10:30am HOLY COMMUNION After Worship COFFEE FELLOWSHIP – FH 4:30 – 7pm JOINT CONFIRMATION – FH Monday October 31 – Reformation Day 6pm HANDBELLS – Balcony Tuesday November 1 10:30am BIBLE STUDY – PH 6:30pm DISCERNMENT – PH … [Read more…]
We will be serving the last St. Joe’s Evening Meal of 2016 on Monday, Nov. 21, 2016. There is a signup sheet in the Narthex. Please indicate if you can bring any of the needed items and how many. Please indicate if you can help prepare or help serve. Please place monetary donations in the … [Read more…]
On Wednesday, November 23rd, at 7:00pm, First Lutheran will host a community Thanksgiving service. Area congregations have been invited to participate. Please plan to come to join in sharing your thanks, too! We will collect food for the Church of Peace food pantry on Sunday, November 20, and at the service on the 23rd. That … [Read more…]
The church office will be closed Friday, November 11th, for Veterans Day.
The loose offering Sunday morning, November 6, will be designated for First Lutheran’s Christian Service Fund. This fund assists members and non-members with rent, utilities, food, etc.
All information for the November/December newsletter is due to the church office, (email@example.com) no later than Monday, November7! Thanks!
Sunday, November 6th, Daylight Saving Time will end for the year. Remember to “fall back” and set back your clocks the night before.
The quilters are sewing in the Parish House again. Come join them on Wednesday mornings, anytime between 9am and 1pm, or contact Pam King to find out how you can help by working at home.
When a month has 5 Sundays, Mexican Mission Sunday is on that 5th Sunday . This year, October has a 5th Sunday, so October 30 is Mexican Mission Sunday. The loose offering that day is designated for support of Paul & Nydia Johnson and the Mexican Mission.
Remember to pick up your copy of the newsletter if you don’t have it sent to you. Copies are available in the Church narthex and the Parish House.