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July 15, 2018

posted Jul 12, 2018, 10:51 AM by Christine Rice

Flowers for today are provided by Lisa Saucier.

 

Pastor Dennis will be on vacation Monday, July 16th-Sunday, July 29th.  The office will be open regular office hours.

 

FISH Special Offering for the month of June was $914.00.

 

Update on my great granddaughter Brooklyn Grace Dawson.  At her last doctor’s appointment, it was the first with good report.  She doesn’t have a feeding tube anymore.  Things look good right now.  She weighs 17lbs 15oz.

Thank you for all of your prayers and concerns.  Thank God for His continued healing for Brooklyn.

Sheila Johnson

 

Prayer Vigil for keeping families together.  Monday-Thursday 9a.m.-noon at First Lutheran and noon to 3p.m. at United Methodist.

             Anyone is invited to come in for silent prayer.  We pray that children will soon be  reunited with their parents and better immigration practices will prevail.  And pray for whatever is on your heart and mind for a few minutes, half an hour or whatever you have time for.

 

FISH Opportunities:

FISH Adopt a Shelf Program ….Soup…. This summer June, July and August, First Lutheran is participating in FISH Food Bank’s adopt a shelf program.  If possible, these need to be pull-top cans of soup.  This shelf holds all kinds of soups, from broth to hearty vegetable to meaty Italian wedding soup.  Please just bring them to church with you and fill our food bank box by the office door.  We need to provide at least 50 cans a week.

This week we gave 70 cans of soup.

VOLUNTEERS ARE ALSO NEEDED. Hours are 11:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m.  Please call the food bank at 925-5900 to find out how and when to help this fine program.

Outreach


Youth Activities

 

FLC Youth (6th grade to 12th grade)

 

Wednesday, July 25  Cashmere Adventure!   Pack a lunch, grab your towel!  We are headed up to Cashmere!  Agenda:  Tour Liberty Orchard Aplets and Cotlets, tour Frontier Village, picnic lunch, Cashmere City Pool, Smallwoods Harvest Fruit stand.  Cost for admission to the pool is $4.00.  Bring extra money to shop at any of the other places we stop - there will be lots of goodies!    *This is to replace the Boulder Cave Hike!

 

Tuesday, July 31  Trip to Moses Lake!  Details on the board - sign up for a slot.

 

Thank you to all of the Super Soup Supporters who have been bringing in cans of soup!

 

Our school supply drive is still going on!  Bring in a pack of pencils or two!

 

July 8, 2018

posted Jul 5, 2018, 9:35 AM by Christine Rice

Prayer Vigil for keeping families together.  Monday-Thursday 9a.m.-noon at First Lutheran and noon to 3p.m. at United Methodist.

             Anyone is invited to come in for silent prayer.  We pray that children will soon be  reunited with their parents and better immigration practices will prevail.  And pray for whatever is on your heart and mind for a few minutes, half an hour or whatever you have time for.

 

FISH Adopt a Shelf Program ….Soup…. This summer June, July and August, First Lutheran is participating in FISH Food Bank’s adopt a shelf program.  If possible, these need to be pull-top cans of soup.  This shelf holds all kinds of soups, from broth to hearty vegetable to meaty Italian wedding soup.  Think of wholesome and filling soups, like barley or rice and chicken, lentils, bean soup and chicken noodle.  Generic is fine, and bringing one or two kinds will also work.  This shelf holds a lot!  Please just bring them to church with you and fill our food bank box by the office door.  We need to provide at least 50 cans a week.


Statement from Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton on executive order

 

             6/22/2018 About two weeks ago, I joined more than 20 other faith leaders in raising concerns about the administration’s announced plans that it would begin separating families and criminally prosecuting all people who enter the U.S. without previous authorization. In line with that statement, I acknowledge that President Donald Trump’s new executive order, “Affording Congress an Opportunity to Address Family Separation,” does keep families together, but for how long and in what conditions? I am troubled by what the executive order does and does not guarantee. There is no provision for reuniting children already separated from their families, nor for children whose parents have already been deported. The executive order also allows for the possibility of future family separations.

  The forced separation of children from their parents is unnecessarily cruel, further traumatizing families who have already suffered in their countries of origin and on the dangerous journey to the U.S. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and its predecessor church bodies have a long history of caring for children, families and refugees. It’s who we are.

  This executive order will expand the detention of families. The ELCA opposed the detention of families policy during the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations, and we oppose the policy now. Detention centers are not designed to support families. Community-based alternatives to detention, like ones that Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) has piloted, are cost-effective ways to ensure that children and parents can await their court case in a dignified setting. 

  In his explanation of the Lord’s Prayer in the Small Catechism, Martin Luther reminds us that good government is part of our daily bread. As Lutherans and as citizens, we can work with elected officials toward humane, just, and compassionate solutions. Through AMMPARO and LIRS, the ELCA is committed to walking alongside children and families who are seeking asylum. You can be part of a network that uses their hands and voice to ensure they feel welcomed wherever they go. We can also advocate through ELCA Advocacy (elca.org/advocacy).

  By grace we are set free to love and serve the neighbor. Let us, through prayer and action, serve these vulnerable children and families.

 



Youth Activities

Youth Group (grades 6 - 12)

 

Thursday - Cool off at the Church 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Ice cream, badminton, movies, games, etc.

 

Update on Boulder Cave Hike: I am keeping an eye on the wildfire in Naches.  I will have alternative plans if the fire prevents our hike.

 

Moses Lake water park will be on July 31.  Details are on the board.

 

 

Middle School Youth:

Black Diamond camp with the Wellspring Baptist Youth.  Please contact Pauline Clyburn for details.

Cost: $200

Dates: August 5 - 8

This is not a FLC organized event, so transportation and chaperones are not provided.  

I am in touch with the Wellspring Youth Leader to coordinate other future events.

 

 

Soup Drive is still on!

 

Back to school supply drive is just starting!

 

 

July 1, 2018

posted Jun 27, 2018, 10:46 AM by Christine Rice

Flowers for today are provided by Sheila Johnson in honor of her daughter-in-law Samantha’s birthday.

 

Thank you, to everyone for their help with VBS, last week.


FISH Opportunities:

             FISH Adopt a Shelf Program ….Soup….     This summer June, July and August, First Lutheran is participating in FISH Food Bank’s adopt a shelf program.  If possible, these need to be pull-top cans of soup.  This shelf holds all kinds of soups, from broth to hearty vegetable to meaty Italian wedding soup.  Think of wholesome and filling soups, like barley or rice and chicken, lentils, bean soup and chicken noodle.  Generic is fine, and bringing one or two kinds will also work.  This shelf holds a lot!  Please just bring them to church with you and fill our food bank box by the office door.  We need to provide at least 50 cans a week.

            FISH "Picnic in the Parks" food distribution program at summer school and parks begins Monday, June 18th every weekday.    This year, children will be given sack lunches, meeting all nutritional guidelines.  Volunteers are needed to fill the sacks from 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. VOLUNTEERS ARE ALSO NEEDED. Hours are 11:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m.  Please call the food bank at 925-5900 to find out how and when to help this fine program. Remember: FISH Needs our HELP to help these children!

Outreach

 

 


Youth Activities

Youth Group (grades 6 - 12)

 

Thank you to our awesome Youth who helped out at VBS!  We have made some great friends this past week!

 

Saturday, July 7 - FLC Swim!  Meet at Memorial Pool at 7 p.m.  We swim from 7:30 pm to 9 pm (10 pm if you are 13 or older).  $3 admission.

 

Coming Soon: Thursday, July 12 - Cooling off at the Church.  Badminton, Ice Cream, movie, and more!  5:30 to 8 pm

 

 

Collecting:

Soup for the FISH Food bank's soup shelf

 

School Supplies for Back to School (Fred Meyer has items on sale already)

 

Sign Up:

Various Hikes, Moses Lake Trip, and the River Float!  Details on the board.

 




Statement from Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton on executive order

 

             6/22/2018 About two weeks ago, I joined more than 20 other faith leaders in raising concerns about the administration’s announced plans that it would begin separating families and criminally prosecuting all people who enter the U.S. without previous authorization. In line with that statement, I acknowledge that President Donald Trump’s new executive order, “Affording Congress an Opportunity to Address Family Separation,” does keep families together, but for how long and in what conditions? I am troubled by what the executive order does and does not guarantee. There is no provision for reuniting children already separated from their families, nor for children whose parents have already been deported. The executive order also allows for the possibility of future family separations.

                  The forced separation of children from their parents is unnecessarily cruel, further traumatizing families who have already suffered in their countries of origin and on the dangerous journey to the U.S. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and its predecessor church bodies have a long history of caring for children, families and refugees. It’s who we are.   This executive order will expand the detention of families. The ELCA opposed the detention of families policy during the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations, and we oppose the policy now. Detention centers are not designed to support families. Community-based alternatives to detention, like ones that Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) has piloted, are cost-effective ways to ensure that children and parents can await their court case in a dignified setting. 

                  In his explanation of the Lord’s Prayer in the Small Catechism, Martin Luther reminds us that good government is part of our daily bread. As Lutherans and as citizens, we can work with elected officials toward humane, just, and compassionate solutions. Through AMMPARO and LIRS, the ELCA is committed to walking alongside children and families who are seeking asylum. You can be part of a network that uses their hands and voice to ensure they feel welcomed wherever they go. We can also advocate through ELCA Advocacy (elca.org/advocacy).

                  By grace we are set free to love and serve the neighbor. Let us, through prayer and action, serve these vulnerable children and families.

 

June 24, 2018

posted Jun 21, 2018, 8:49 AM by Christine Rice

Flowers for today are provided by Judy Ragland in honor of her granddaughters birthdays.

 

Get your Summer Devotionals, pick one up on the way out the front doors.

 

Vacation Bible School…starts tonight until this Thursday, June 28 from 6:00—8:15p.m. Registration forms and a parent letter can be found in the fellowship hall.  Children age 4 through those entering 6th grade are invited! 

 

Church Potluck Picnic! Thursday, June 28th ~ 6:00 p.m. Everyone in the congregation is invited to attend the POTLUCK PICNIC on the last night of VBS Thursday, June 28th in the fellowship hall.  You don’t have to be involved with VBS, just come and eat with us, and enjoy a Lutheran potluck to celebrate the beginning of summer! Dinner is at 6:00 p.m.—bring a dish to share.  Plates, utensils, napkins, cups, lemonade, and serving spoons will be provided.


FISH Opportunities:

FISH Adopt a Shelf Program ….Soup…. This summer June, July and August, First Lutheran is participating in FISH Food Bank’s adopt a shelf program.  These need to be pull-top cans of soup.  This shelf holds all kinds of soups, from broth to hearty vegetable to meaty Italian wedding soup.  Think of wholesome and filling soups, like barley or rice and chicken, lentils, bean soup and chicken noodle.  Generic is fine, and bringing one or two kinds will also work.  This shelf holds a lot!  Please just bring them to church with you and fill our food bank box by the office door.  We need to provide at least 50 cans a week.


FISH "Picnic in the Parks" food distribution program at summer school and parks begins Monday, June 18th every weekday.    This year, children will be given sack lunches, meeting all nutritional guidelines.  Volunteers are needed to fill the sacks from 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. VOLUNTEERS ARE ALSO NEEDED. Hours are 11:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m.  Please call the food bank at 925-5900 to find out how and when to help this fine program. Remember: FISH Needs our HELP to help these children! Outreach


ELCA presiding bishop, faith leaders issue statement on family separation

              CHICAGO (June 7, 2018) – The Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton, presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), has convened ELCA ecumenical and inter-religious partners in a statement addressing concerns over a recent U.S. government policy calling for more stringent enforcement of federal immigration laws. The policy will most likely result in an increase in family separations. The statement follows: Recently, the Administration announced that it will begin separating families and criminally prosecuting all people who enter the U.S. without previous authorization. As religious leaders representing diverse faith perspectives, united in our concern for the wellbeing of vulnerable migrants who cross our borders fleeing from danger and threats to their lives, we are deeply disappointed and pained to hear this news. 

                We affirm the family as a foundational societal structure to support human community and understand the household as an estate blessed by God. The security of the family provides critical mental, physical and emotional support to the development and wellbeing of children. Our congregations and agencies serve many migrant families that have recently arrived in the United States. Leaving their communities is often the only option they have to provide safety for their children and protect them from harm. Tearing children away from parents who have made a dangerous journey to provide a safe and sufficient life for them is unnecessarily cruel and detrimental to the well-being of parents and children.   As we continue to serve and love our neighbor, we pray for the children and families that will suffer due to this policy and urge the Administration to stop their policy of separating families.  

                His Eminence Archbishop Vicken Aykazian,  Mr. Azhar Azeez President, The Most Rev. Joseph C. Bambera, Senior Bishop George E. Battle, Jr., Bishop H. Kenneth Carter, Jr.,  The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, The Rev. Dr. John C. Dorhauer, The Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton, The Rev. David Guthrie, Mr. Glen Guyton, The Rev. Teresa Hord Owens, Rabbi Rick Jacobs, Mr. Anwar Khan, The Rev. Dr. Betsy Miller, The Rev. Dr.  J. Herbert Nelson II, Rabbi Jonah Pesner, The Rev. Don Poest, The Rev. Eddy Alemán, Senior Bishop Lawrence Reddick III, The Rev. Phil Tom, Mr. Jim Winkler, Senior Bishop McKinley Young 

 


Youth Activities

FLC Youth (grades 6 - 12)

VBS starts tonight! Get your supplies ready, dress with a tropical island theme, and let's give those kids a fantastic VBS!  Be at the church about 5:30 p.m.!

 

FLC Swim coming up!  July 7, 7:00 p.m. to 9 p.m. (if you are 13 or older stay for moonlight swim til 10 pm).  Meet at Memorial pool, admission is $3.00

 

*Stayin Cool at Church" (formally "Chill out at the Church")  moved to Thursday at 6 p.m.

 

Cup Cake Bake (competition) coming soon!

 

June 17, 2018

posted Jun 14, 2018, 8:47 AM by Christine Rice

Flowers for today are provided by Estelle & Sheila Johnson in memory of their dad, Randy Christopherson.

 

FISH Special Offering for the month of May was $1,063.00.

 

Thank you to everyone for the helping me to celebrate my birthday last week and all the birthday wishes.  Don Morris

 

Vacation Bible School…is right around the corner!  SAVE THE DATES:  Sunday, June 24 through Thursday, June 28 each evening from 6:00—8:15p.m. We’ll start with dinner at 6:00p.m. followed by stories, crafts, games, and singing.  Registration forms and a parent letter can be found in the fellowship hall.  To all—please check out the sign-up board to bring cookies, help with a meal, or to help in other areas.  Children age 4 through those entering 6th grade are invited!  Kids—don’t forget to invite a friend!

 


FISH "Picnic in the Parks" food distribution program at summer school and parks begins Monday, June 18th every weekday.    This year, children will be given sack lunches, meeting all nutritional guidelines.  Volunteers are needed to fill the sacks from 8:30 to 9:00 a.m.

             VOLUNTEERS ARE ALSO NEEDED. Hours are 11:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m.  Please call the food bank at 925-5900 to find out how and when to help this fine program. Remember: FISH Needs our HELP to help these children! Outreach

 

 

FISH Adopt a Shelf Program ….Soup….This summer June, July and August, First Lutheran is participating in FISH Food Bank’s adopt a shelf program.  Starting Thursday, June 14th we will be bringing canned soup to help fill our shelf at the food bank.  These need to be pull-top cans of soup.  This shelf holds all kinds of soups, from broth to hearty vegetable to meaty Italian wedding soup.  Think of wholesome and filling soups, like barley or rice and chicken, lentils, bean soup and chicken noodle.  Generic is fine, and bringing one or two kinds will also work.  This shelf holds a lot!  Please just bring them to church with you and fill our food bank box by the office door.  We need to provide at least 50 cans a week.




Youth Activities

 

FLC Youth (6th grade to 12th grade)

 

VBS volunteers needed!  There are still spots available!  Check the board and get more details from Carla!  VBS is Sunday July 24 to Thursday July 28!

 

 Next event:  Saturday, July 7 FLC Youth Swim  

 

Don't forget to bring in your can of soup for our Soup Shelf at the FISH food bank!

 

June 10, 2018

posted Jun 6, 2018, 10:49 AM by Christine Rice

Ministry meetings are happening today after worship. These are always open meetings, so feel free to join a table.

 

Thank you to Judy Ragland for playing the organ today.

 

Flowers for today are provided by Don & Donna Morris in honor of Don’s 85th birthday.  Please join us for a piece of cake after worship to celebrate!

 

Dear First Lutheran Church Family, Thank you very much for your thoughts and prayers for Harry.  It’s what kept him going for so long.  “The Lord is near to all who call upon Him.”  Psalm 145:18 Love to you all, Mike Kukes

 


Thomas Snedeker will perform his Senior Percussion Recital today, Sunday, June 10 at 4 p.m. in the CWU Music Building Recital Hall. Works for snare, marimba and tympani will be included.  The recital is free and open to the public.


Pastor Dennis will be at Pacific Lutheran University for continuing education June 11-13.  In an emergency his cell phone is 929-2927.  The church office is, of course, still open.

 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL…is right around the corner!   Sunday, June 24 through Thursday, June 28 each evening from 6:00—8:15p.m. We’ll start with dinner at 6:00p.m. followed by stories, crafts, games, and singing.  Registration forms and a parent letter can be found in the fellowship hall. To all—please check out the sign-up board to bring cookies, help with a meal, or to help in other areas.  Children age 4 through those entering 6th grade are invited!  Kids—don’t forget to invite a friend!


FISH Adopt a Shelf Program ….Soup….This summer June, July and August, First Lutheran is participating in FISH Food Bank’s adopt a shelf program.  Starting Thursday, June 14th we will be bringing canned soup to help fill our shelf at the food bank.  These need to be pull-top cans of soup.  This shelf holds all kinds of soups, from broth to hearty vegetable to meaty Italian wedding soup.  Think of wholesome and filling soups, like barley or rice and chicken, lentils, bean soup and chicken noodle.  Generic is fine, and bringing one or two kinds will also work.  This shelf holds a lot!  Please just bring them to church with you and fill our food bank box by the office door.  We need to provide at least 50 cans a week.





Youth Activities

Youth Group (grades 6 - 12)


Wednesday - Summer Kick Off BBQ.  Bring a meat or veggie to grill and a side to share.  Family of youth members welcome and incoming youth members wanted!  Starts at 6:00 pm!  

 

Youth members wanted to help out with VBS!  sign up on the board - there's lots to do.  Crafts, story time, games, group leaders!  Lots of fun in a tropical island setting.  Think toucans and stingrays!

 

 

July's event dates (more information on the board): 

July 7  Youth Swim

July 11 Chillin’ at the Church

TBD July Movie Matinee

July 26  Boulder Cave Hike

July 31 Moses Lake (families welcome)

 

Soup on a Shelf:  Instead of hosting a week to serve food, the FISH Food bank is having us adopt a shelf in their pantry.  We get to fill the soup shelf!  The food bank would like about 50 cans a week.  If we all bring one can to church on Sunday, how much soup would we have?  As youth, think of your favorite soup and grab a can or two for our shelf!  We will be picking up our favorite: chicken and stars or Mario Chicken Noodle!  

 

June 3, 2018

posted Jun 5, 2018, 8:45 AM by Christine Rice

Please join the high school graduates for cake after worship today!

 

Thomas Snedeker will perform his Senior Percussion Recital on Sunday, June 10 at 4 p.m. in the CWU Music Building Recital Hall. Works for snare, marimba and tympani will be included.  The recital is free and open to the public.


Vacation Bible School…is right around the corner!  SAVE THE DATES:  Sunday, June 24 through Thursday, June 28 each evening from 6:00—8:15p.m. We’ll start with dinner at 6:00p.m. followed by stories, crafts, games, and singing.  Registration forms and a parent letter can be found in the fellowship hall.  To all—please check out the sign-up board to bring cookies, help with a meal, or to help in other areas.  Children age 4 through those entering 6th grade are invited!  Kids—don’t forget to invite a friend!


FISH Adopt a Shelf Program ….Soup…. This summer June, July and August, First Lutheran is participating in FISH Food Bank’s adopt a shelf program.  Starting Thursday, June 14th we will be bringing canned soup to help fill our shelf at the food bank.  These need to be pull-top cans of soup.  This shelf holds all kinds of soups, from broth to hearty vegetable to meaty Italian wedding soup.  Think of wholesome and filling soups, like barley or rice and chicken, lentils, bean soup and chicken noodle.  Generic is fine, and bringing one or two kinds will also work.  This shelf holds a lot!  Please just bring them to church with you and fill our food bank box by the office door.  We need to provide at least 50 cans a week.

 

"FOOD BANK SUMMER MEALS BEGINS EIGHTH YEAR OF SUMMER MEALS FOR KIDS!!! Meals in parks will begin Monday, June 25th.You can volunteer to help.  More information in coming bulletins.   Outreach

 

 


Youth Activities

Youth Group (grades 6 - 12)

 

June 13 - Summer Kick off BBQ!  Bring a meat or veggie to grill and a side to share!  Youth families encouraged to attend and incoming Youth (kids entering the 6th grade in fall) welcome!  Bubble Ball will be back and yard games set up!  

 

Help out with VBS - Sunday June 24 to Thursday June 28. Sign up board is by the Youth Bulletin Board.  This year's theme is tropical island, so we need lots of fun help!  See Carla for details.

 

Soup Shelf!  Instead of having churches donate a week of time to serve lunch to hungry neighbors, the FISH food bank had shelves to adopt.  Ours is the soup shelf and we are tasked to keep it full.  Bring in your cans of soup for the hungry!

 

May 27, 2018

posted May 24, 2018, 10:23 AM by Christine Rice

Thank you to Judy Ragland for playing the organ today.

 

Vacation Bible School…is right around the corner!  SAVE THE DATES:  Sunday, June 24 through Thursday, June 28 each evening from 6:00—8:15p.m. We’ll start with dinner at 6:00p.m. followed by stories, crafts, games, and singing.  Registration forms and a parent letter can be found in the fellowship hall.  To all—please check out the sign-up board to bring cookies, help with a meal, or to help in other areas.  Children age 4 through those entering 6th grade are invited!  Kids—don’t forget to invite a friend!

 

 


Youth Activities

FLC Youth (grades 6 - 12)

Summer is at our doorstep, so get ready for summer fun!

 

June 2 - FLC Swim!  Meet at Memorial Pool.  7 p.m. to 9 p.m., ages up to 17, 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. ages 13 and up.  $3.00 admission.

 

June 13 - Summer Kick Off BBQ!  6 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Bring a meat (or veggie) to grill and a side dish to share!  Fun activities in the gym and a "get to know you" Bingo for our new youth members!  If you are entering the 6th grade in Fall of 2018, you are invited!

 

Sign up to help for VBS!!  Sunday June 24 to Thursday June 28!  Lots of spots open!  See Carla for details.

 

May 20, 2018

posted May 17, 2018, 9:52 AM by Christine Rice

Flowers for today are provided by Brad & Cookie Ringe in memory of Adeline Swan’s birthday.

 

Thank you to Cheryl Nitta for playing the flute.

 

Thank you to the choir, Tor, and Betty for all the wonderful music that you share with us.  We praise God for all of you.

 

Staff Appreciation: Show the staff how much they are appreciated by celebrating with them today.  Join in thanking God for their service to Him & us.  There are many things our staff does that we don't see.  Join us for cake after worship! Staff Support Committee 

 


Sunday School and Adult Ed: The last day of Sunday School classes for Middle School/High School and for the adult class was this morning, May 20.  Thank you to Joe Johnson and Pastor Dennis for teaching this year.

             Children ages 4 through 5th grade will continue to meet during the worship service through Sunday, June 10.  We appreciate our SS teachers for the younger kids:  Debbie Butler, Maureen Roth, Joyce Ackerman, JulieAnna Boss, Carla Bergman and Cookie Ringe.  Thank you all so much!  All classes will resume in September.

 

Congratulations to Vic and Linda Strand on the birth of their first grandchild, Evie,  born May 13th to Kate (Strand) and Jared Covington.

 

F.I.S.H. special offering for April was $1,354.00.

 

A Memorial service for our friend Harry Kukes will be held here at FLC on Thursday, May 31st at 11a.m. Lunch will follow.

 

May 13, 2018

posted May 10, 2018, 11:02 AM by Christine Rice

Happy Mother’s Day!

 

Bishop’s Report from Synod Assembly are available on the kids table in the Fellowship Hall.

 

Thank you to everyone who wrote hunger letters to our Congress people last Sunday.  31 letters were written!  Good job, FLC!

 

Staff Appreciation: Show the staff how much they are appreciated by celebrating with them on May 20th.  Join in thanking God for their service to Him & us.  There are many things our staff does that we don't see.  We will serve a cake after worship.  Staff Support Committee 

 

Sunday School and Adult Ed: The last day of Sunday School classes for Middle School/High School and for the adult class is Sunday, May 20.  Thank you to Joe Johnson and Pastor Dennis for teaching this year.

             Children ages 4 through 5th grade will continue to meet during the worship service through Sunday, June 10.  We appreciate our SS teachers for the younger kids:  Debbie Butler, Maureen Roth, Joyce Ackerman, JulieAnna Boss, Carla Bergman and Cookie Ringe.  Thank you all so much!  All classes will resume in September.

 

Next Sunday is Pentecost Sunday.  Wear something red to help celebrate the day!



Youth Activities

 

FLC Youth (6th grade to 12th grade)

 

Thank you to everyone who made our Parent's Night Out a success!


Coming soon: 
June 1  FLC Swim!  Details on the board!

 

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