December 25, 2016

Post date: Dec 22, 2016 5:10:16 PM

Thank you to Judy Ragland for playing the organ today.

If anyone is interested in helping at the Cold Weather Shelter, you can signup online, at, you will need to set up an account or login using Facebook.

Please sign up to bring cookies or other refreshments for fellowship time after the service. There are lots of empty dates! The sign-up is on the kitchen door. Thank you!

Nursery Help Needed: Please consider signing up to occasionally help out in our nursery during the service if and when we have children up to age 4 who do not remain in the service. If we can get enough people, each person’s turn would only be once every two months or so. See the sign up next to the youth bulletin board in the fellowship hall and choose a Sunday. Thank you to all who helped out the past several weeks!

FLC will take a turn cooking and serving the FISH Food Bank Dinner on Saturday, December 31st. We start cooking and prepping at 3p, (cooking will happen here at FLC and food will be transferred to the Food Bank) serve at 5p and are usually all cleaned up by 6:20. Please, let Fred & Jean Cutlip, 925-3739 know if you can help.

Pastor Dennis is on vacation December 26th-January 1. Mary Johnson will be preaching January 1st.

FLC Office will be closed December 26-January 2nd.

No Thursday Bible Study on December 29th.

January 13-14 - Winter Youth Retreat. During Martin Luther King Jr. Day Weekend, FLC Youth will travel to Lazy-F Ranch for a couple days away in the snow. It will be a time for play and learning, including running in the woods, tubing, skating, and avoiding snowballs. There will be a $30/per person cost, due Sunday, January 8th. Begins 4:00 Friday, January 13. We’ll return to the church about 4:30p.m. on Saturday. (Scholarships available if the cost is a hardship; see Pastor Dennis.)

Sunday School classes for all ages resume Sunday, January 8.

Youth Activities

May all of you have a wonderful Christmas that is rich in blessings!

Thank you to everyone who has donated warm hats, gloves, mittens and scarves! Many will enjoy the gift of warmth this winter!