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music sing through

Tuesday, April 10, 7 pm
in the Sanctuary

Join us as we try out some of the most interesting pieces from the vast music library donated to us by Hope Lutheran Church of Dayton. 

ash cross

February 14
Worship 12 pm and 7 pm
Dinner 6 pm

Please join us for worship as we begin our Lenten journey together on Ash Wednesday, February 14. We’ll gather to share an evening meal together at 6 pm before the evening service. Both services include the imposition of ashes and Holy Communion.

Ash Wednesday is a solemn day of prayer that begins the season of Lent. This day gives us the occasion to admit that we will die and that we are sinners. We are marked with ashes – a sign of our death and of our sorrow for sin – but the ashes retrace a cross on our forehead, where the baptismal water first marked us with God's grace. With the cross of Christ on our brow, we make our way through Lent, washed in God’s mercy and forgiveness.

 

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June 27 - July 1
Houston, TX

Summer of 2018, 30,000 senior high youth will gather in Houston for worship, service, fellowship, study and holy play. This massive event, which happens every three years, is an opportunity for youth from congregations of all sizes, cultures and styles to stand together as a unified voice. Lord of Life will be sending a group of senior high youth and adults to this transformational time.

Who could have imagined, when the initial planning began for this gathering of Lutheran High School students more than four years ago, that Houston would be ground zero for the devastation of Hurricane Harvey? We anticipate this group of caring and hard-working youth will not only celebrate together, but also stand alongside the people of Texas and aid in their recovery.

Thank you in advance for the many ways you love and care for children and teens. Lord of Life has a long history of valuing and supporting youth on their journey of faith. As the excitement continues to build, we ask you to surround our group of students with prayer and encouragement.

Senior High SS

Sundays
9:30 am
in the Senior High Room 
aka The Lighthouse

Senior High students gather on Sunday mornings to crack open the Bible (or open a Bible app) and learn how that ancient book applies to our modern lives. Together, we cut through the complicated language to find what God is trying to tell us. There's no homework but lots of talking, asking questions, games, laughing and some praying. Sometimes, there's even treats. Students in grades 9-12 are invited to join us on this step of our journeys in faith. Come as often as you are able.

 

easter tulips

Order Easter Flowers
$10 per plant
Orders due this Sunday, March 18

Provide flowers to decorate the Sanctuary on Easter morning. Please make checks payable to Lord of Life. You can place your order in the collection plate, or email it to the church office. Please provide the following information:

Name

Email

# of Lilies

# of Tulips

# of Daffodils

In Honor of:

In loving Memory of:

2018 I AM lenten series web version

Wednesdays, February 21 - March 21
Worship Noon and 7 pm

Bread. Light. Door. Shepherd. Resurrection. These are essential components of life. They are also some of the images that Jesus uses to describe himself in the Gospel according to John. In these statements, Jesus reveals the fullness of his identity.

 

Feb 21 I am the Bread of Life
Feb 28 I am the Light of the World
March 7 I am the Door
March 14 I am the Good Shepherd
March 21  I am the Resurrection and the Life

 

Join us for worship (Noon and 7 pm) as we journey together through this season of remembering and discovery. We’ll gather to share an evening meal together at 6 pm before worship. All are welcome.

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Saturday, January 6
6pm
Bring a dish to share and freewill offering

Meal. Games. Tree Burning.

Join us for an evening of food and fun!  We will share a meal and the Magi story. There will be a game with gifts. The evening ends with German and Latin Epiphany traditions - the Rosca de Reyes/King's bread, Pinatas, and Christmas Tree Burning.

Freewill offering will benefit Lutheran Disaster Response and MYLE & ELCA Youth Gathering


Sponsored by Vida Eterna Iglesia Luterana

 

 mlk live the dream

Monday, January 15
The Square at Union Centre, West Chester
March begins at 10:30 am

Live the Dream Program
11:15 am, Lakota West High Auditorium
Lunch immediately following the program

The entire community is invited to join together for West Chester and Liberty Townships’ 19th annual Live the Dream: Our Declaration of Unity commemoration of Martin Luther King Day. A Unity March starts at West Chester's Clocktower at the Square at Union Centre at 10:30 am. The March ends at Lakota West High School where they will present the Live the Dream program featuring student contest winners sharing their ideas on ‘Making the Grade.’ The event concludes with a a free lunch for all.

Be part of the MLK Day community choir!

Rehearsals at Christ the King on ​Thursday, January 11, 6:45-7:30 pm at Christ the King Lutheran Church, and Lakota West High School Cafeteria on Monday, January 15, 10:45 am. All ages and abilities are welcome! Visit the website form more information: www.livethedreamwcl.weebly.com/community-choir.html

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This Saturday, February 17
9 am - 3 pm
in the Fellowship Hall

To schedule an appointment, go to www.hoxworth.org/groups/lol or call Hoxworth at 513.451.0910

2018 women and justice lenten discussion series for web

Lenten Discussion Series
ELCA Women and Justice Social Statement
Wednesdays, 10 am
February 14 - March 28
in the Library

This Lenten season come and explore what the church is saying about the justice issues that women are confronted with routinely. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has formed a task force that drafted a Social Statement on Women and Justice. Together, we will evaluate the Social Statement and wrestle with how we are called to combat the patriarchy and sexism in our society. Can’t make it to a morning study? Come and review the discussion questions over dinner at 6 pm. Copies of the statement are available in the Narthex, or you can view it online at

www.elca.org/womenandjustice

New Year's Eve
Sunday, December 31
Worship at 10 am

On Sunday, December 31, one worship service at 10 am will replace our regularly scheduled worship.

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Help fill an empty belly -- buy an empty bowl! Empty Bowls is an international project that provides support for food banks, soup kitchens, and other organizations that fight hunger. A Thrivent Action Team project was used to purchase the materials for our project. Thank you to the Lord of Life artists of all ages that painted 100 bowls. Bowls will be available this Sunday, March 11 between worship services in the Narthex. The suggested donation is $10 each. Our goal is to raise $1000 for Shared Harvest and Reach Out Lakota.

Buy a Bowl!
This Sunday, March 11
Between Worship Services
in the Narthex

snowy road

We Are Always Open For Worship

Weekend worship services will always be held as scheduled, regardless of weather conditions.

During the coming months of snow and ice, Lord of Life will follow the Lakota Local School District. If the schools close or delay, due to inclement weather, the Lord of Life office and preschool will close or delay, and planned activities for that day will be postponed or cancelled. Individual ministry groups (choirs, band, Bible studies) are at the discretion of the leaders. Please keep your eyes on your email and/or Facebook for details.

If you do not currently receive emails from the church, please update your email address with Cara Hasselbeck in the office (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Your safety is very important to us – if you do not feel comfortable driving, please stay home! Here’s wishing you a safe winter.

romantic dinner

February 16, 6-9 pm
in the Fellowship Hall

This Sunday, February 11, is the last day tickets will be on sale. Tickets are available in the Narthex between worship services, or by contacting Eric Gruber. Cost is $40/couple and $20/single ticket. Child care is included. All proceeds benefit the confirmation program at Lord of Life.

 

Wednesdays
February 21 - March 21
6 pm
Sign up now to serve!

Cook! Host! Clean up! Be a part of Wednesday Lenten dinners.  You can provide soup, salad, or bread.  You can help with set up and clean up. Sign up now to serve!

book of joy

Lenten Book Study
Sunday Evenings
February 18 – March 18
5:30 – 8 pm
St. Anne Episcopal
6461 Tylersville Road

Join us on Sunday nights at St. Anne for a shared meal and discussion on The Book of Joy by the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu.

“Two spiritual giants. Five days. One timeless question... [Through their dialogue], we get to listen as they explore the Nature of True Joy and confront each of the Obstacles of Joy – from fear, stress, and anger to grief, illness, and death” (from publisher’s website). This Lent, you are invited into this conversation of reconciliation and hope. St. Anne Rector, Rev. Phyllis Spiegel, Pastor Lowell, and others will lead the conversations.

Please RSVP to
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it./513.777.8449 to reserve a spot. Print and electronic books, as well as audiobooks, are available everywhere. Join us as we get to know our neighbors through breaking bread, conversation, and worship.

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10 am  Advent Week 4 Worship
12:15 pm

Bilingual Spanish/English
Christmas Eve Worship
6, 8, 11 pm Christmas Eve Worship
   

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Worship with First Communion
Followed by a 
Celebration Luncheon
This Sunday, February 4
11 am

We invite everyone to celebrate this faith milestone with the thirteen children who will receive first communion this Sunday.  Join us for worship at 11 am, followed by a celebration luncheon in the Fellowship Hall.

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Jewish Hospital/Mercy Health
Mobile Mammography Unit
at Lord of Life Lutheran Church
Friday, March 16
1 - 3 pm

Annual mammograms detect cancer early — when it is most treatable. Financial aid is available to those who qualify, and many insurance plans are accepted.

Call to schedule

513.686.3300 option 1

or toll free 855.746.5123

gift bag

Saturday, March 10
Noon
Bravo at Union Center

Come enjoy lunch and join this interesting way of making a new friend. Secret Pals is a year-long program of fun and intrigue for women. At the annual luncheon, secret pals are revealed and new ones chosen. Interested but not available on March 10? Contact Anita Chiaramonte and she will add you to the group.

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This Sunday
February 4
During 9:30 am worship

We invite all scouts to wear their uniforms on Sunday. Representatives from Troop 947 will be presenting the flag and assisting with 9:30 am worship.

ballot box

Thank you to all who voted last Sunday and those who ran for elected office.  The 2018 Mission Spending Plan was approved.  The following people were elected to council leadership:

President Vasanthi Chalasani
Secretary Teresa Schleibaum
At Large Susan Clem
At Large Nicole Mulloy

New leadership will be installed in the new year.

Ken Moore, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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Preschool Open House 
Thursday, January 11 
6 - 7:30 pm

Are you interested in learning more about our preschool programs? Please join us for our annual Open House to tour our wonderful school and meet our amazing teachers! Children are welcome to attend with parents. We offer half-day programs for 2 1/2 , 3, 4 and 5 year olds.

Open enrollment for the 2018-19 school year will begin at 6 pm that evening and will be completed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Monday, February 26, 2018
7 pm

Come enjoy dessert and hear an update from some of our graduated guests. Allow them to thank you for volunteering with Family Promise of Butler County. RSVP online at Eventbrite.

carolers

Sunday, December 17
1:30 - 4 pm
meet in the Fellowship Hall

All ages and abilities are welcome!  The Confirmation and Senior High youth lead the way as Lord of Life goes Christmas Caroling.  Join the youth  in visiting local shut ins and a variety of other folks to spread the Christmas Cheer! 

It’s in Christ that we find out who we are and what we are living for. Ephesians 1:11

February 10-11
Lord of Life Lutheran Church

Are you seeking renewal in your prayer life or journey of faith? Are you looking for a way to connect with others in our congregation? Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP) is a personal and parish spiritual renewal process. This weekend, set apart in retreat, provides an opportunity to take a break from your busy schedule so that you can refresh yourself spiritually and renew your heart.

This time will be led by women from within our congregation in an informal and relaxed environment of reflection, fellowship, and fun as their share stories from their journey of faith. Accommodations are basic, with the Lord of Life serving as “home” for the weekend. The process is personal, inspirational, and fulfilling.

Plan now to be part of this transformative weekend!

Registration now open. Stop by the CRHP information table in the narthex this Sunday, or contact Andi or Ava.

Contacts: Andi Keenan, Ava Fiebig

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Wednesday evening classes
January 10, 17, 24, 31

Worship with First Communion
Followed by a Congregational Luncheon
Sunday, February 4, 2018, 11 am

At Lord of Life, the age of First Communion is a personal decision made in consultation with the Pastor. Many individuals choose 4th grade as an appropriate time for a child, while others may choose to learn at an older or younger age. Anyone, regardless of age, who wishes to begin receiving Holy Communion is welcome to come and explore this awesome mystery! Throughout these four weeks, children and their parents will learn more about communion in engaging ways as we talk about the importance of eating together, explore the use of meals in the Bible, and even bake the type of communion bread that will be used for worship on Sunday, February 4, when we celebrate this faith milestone.

If you believe your child is ready to receive communion, plan to bring them for this series of conversations. At least one parent is encouraged to attend with the child. Please RSVP to the church office by Sunday, January 7.

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A service of longing and hope

Sunday, December 17
6:30 pm

Christmas can be a painful time for some. It may be the first Christmas without a loved family member who has recently died; it may be a time that has always been difficult.

The constant refrain on the radio and television, in shopping malls and churches, about the happiness of the season, about getting together with family and friends, reminds many people of what they have lost or have never had. The anguish of broken relationships, the insecurity of unemployment, the weariness of ill health, the pain of isolation - all these can make us feel very alone in the midst of the celebrating and spending. We need the space and time to acknowledge our sadness and concern; we need to know that we are not alone.

Come and join with others in sharing and hearing prayers, scripture and music that acknowledge that God’s presence is for those who mourn, for those who struggle – and that God’s Word comes to shine light into our darkness. Everyone, regardless of church background (or lack of it) is welcome.

The short service will be followed by a brief time for light refreshments and fellowship.

pageant

This Sunday, December 10
4 pm
in the Fellowship Hall

What do you get when you put together Lord of Life's families, a familiar story with a star named baby Jesus, and a little bit of creativity?  It's an instant Christmas show! Designed with your busy family in mind, this no-stress event includes dinner, activities, and a Christmas show.  Who should come? Everyone! Kids of all ages, Moms, Dads, Grandparents, Neighbors, and Friends.  Even camels are welcome!

ballot box

This Sunday
November 12
between worship services

Be sure to come and vote this Sunday on the Mission Spending Plan for 2018 and new council leadership.

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Wednesday
December 20
Eat. Sing. Pray. Celebrate!

Wednesday nights are special events for the whole family. Join us as we gather in this season of darkness to prepare for the coming Light of Christ. Make time to explore with us the themes of Awake, Prepare, Afraid, and Magnify as we eagerly await God coming close. 

 

6 pm Community Meal
7 pm Behold Our Light:
Music for Evening Worship
7:30 pm Activities

 

 

 

madpotter

This Sunday, November 19
2 pm
Mad Potter
6680 Tri-Way Drive
Mason

Bring the kids for an afternoon of creative fun! Get started on Christmas presents with our half price studio fee, plus the cost of the pottery. Stay as long as your family is having fun. For directions and inspiration, visit their website at

http://madpottermason.com.

burnette

Come and congratulate Bob Burnette as he wraps up 30 years on the organ bench at Lord of Life. His last worship moment will be on Christmas Eve, but we’ll celebrate him Sunday, December 17.

Bob has been part of the worship and music staff from our earliest days, when Pastor Ed Williams was called to establish a mission start in the Mason/West Chester area. Bob has served faithfully through three pastors, three interns, and numerous pulpit supply pastors and interim ministers. He has led worship for over 2,000 services, including early leadership for Sunday mornings in the borrowed spaces of St. John Catholic Church and the Lakota West Freshman building, before we had a building here. Over the years, he has played for countless weddings and funerals, as well as accompanied a whole variety of musical ensembles.

On December 17, please take a moment in between 8 and 9:30 worship to greet Bob and share your memories and well wishes with him.

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Daylight savings ends this Sunday, November 5.  Remember to set your clocks back one hour.

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$10 per plant
Orders due by December 17

Buy a poinsettia to decorate the sanctuary during the Christmas season. Order forms available in the narthex or you can email the office. Please indicate how many plants you would like and any dedication you would like to make.  Make checks payable to Lord of Life.  

hands against hunger

This Saturday, November 11
9 am - noon
2430 E. Kemper Road
It's not too late! Sign up to pack!

 

Lord of Life will once again participate in a meal packing event at the Hands Against Hunger factory. During this event, Lord of Life and other area volunteers will create packets of nutrient dense, rice based meals to be shipped to starving children all over America and the world. Last year, in a three hour volunteer session, thousands of meal packets are created and prepared for shipment. Hands Against Hunger is experiencing a great demand for meals this fall to support the ongoing relief efforts for victims of hurricanes and wildfires. Volunteer groups are asked to raise funds to defray the cost of the ingredients used on their pack day. Watch for Lord of Life fundraising events.

Anyone age 8 and up can participate! Lord of Life has over 30 volunteer spots available.

More information about the location and factory can be found here. Doug Gruver is the coordinator of the Lord of Life group, so contact Doug directly to sign up.

tree of warmth

Bring in new hats, scarves, mittens, gloves to decorate the Tree of Warmth, located in the narthex. Donations will be distributed to local families.

This Sunday, October 29!
One Worship Service at 10 am
Luncheon after worship
Wear red!

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Join us as we worship and celebrate this historical milestone. Note that our Sunday School classes do not meet so that everyone can worship together.

Join us after Reformation worship as the celebration continues! We’ll gather for a lunch of bratwurst, potato salad, and more, followed by the Reformation 500 Trivia Challenge, photos with Martin and Katie, and much more fun. Hot dogs for the kiddos. Join us!

Ornament Party 2015

Monday, December 11
6:30 pm
Cookie Burke's home

Join in the fun of exchanging ornaments and sharing some Christmas cheer! Bring a Christmas ornament (wrapped) and a snack or appetizer to share. 

RSVP to Cookie Burke.

 

St. Walburg Monastery Guest House
March 23-25, 2018

There will be a silent directed retreat for women & men at St. Walburg Monastery Guest House March 23-25, 2018. Retreatants will have the opportunity to grow in their relationship with God. Lodging will be at the monastery’s Guest House. Each retreatant will have a private room and enjoy individual spiritual direction on all three days. The number of retreatants is limited to 9 persons. The fee of $175 is due with registration. Our experienced Spiritual Directors are Mary Jo Ruccio and Benedictine Sisters Cathy Bauer and Dorothy Schuette. For information and sign up, contact Sr. Dorothy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Background

Lord of Life asked Horizons Stewardship to conduct a Potential and Possibility Study in anticipation of a spring capital campaign. As you may know, over the last few years, our leadership has been prayerfully exploring priorities for renovating our existing worship and learning spaces, updating infrastructure, and paying down our debt as a way of positioning us for long-term ministry and mission.

Read About Our Plan

Our Ministry Strategist from Horizon Stewardship, Craig Miller, surveyed the congregation to explore the possibilities of furthering our worship, hospitality, and outreach ministries.  88 households shared hopes and dreams about where we are heading.

Read the Survey Results

Thank you for your work and continuing prayers on behalf of your church.

book of joy

5 Sundays
Feb 18 – March 18
5:30 – 8 pm
St. Anne Episcopal
6461 Tylersville Road

Join us on Sunday nights at St. Anne for a shared meal and discussion on The Book of Joy by the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu.

“Two spiritual giants. Five days. One timeless question... [Through their dialogue], we get to listen as they explore the Nature of True Joy and confront each of the Obstacles of Joy – from fear, stress, and anger to grief, illness, and death” (from publisher’s website). This Lent, you are invited into this conversation of reconciliation and hope. St. Anne Rector, Rev. Phyllis Spiegel, Pastor Lowell, and others will lead the conversations.

Please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it./513.777.8449 to reserve a spot. Print and electronic books, as well as audiobooks, are available everywhere. Join us as we get to know our neighbors through breaking bread, conversation, and worship.

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Go Tail it on the Mountain!

Give the gift of a big, goat, or honey bees this Christmas.  

Step 1. Pick an ornament off the Tree of Warmth in the Narthex.

Step 2. Redeem at www.ELCA.org/goodgifts.

Step 3. Take the ornament home and decorate your tree or give as a gift.

preschool bazaar

November 30
6:30 pm - 9 pm
in the Fellowship Hall
$5 Admission


Come support the preschool and enjoy dessert, wine & shopping. We have over 35 vendors including Lipsence, Tupperware, Stella & Dot, Usborne Books, Tastefully Simple, Crafters and more.

LifeLineScreening

Tuesday, March 6, 8 am
in the Fellowship Hall

Five screenings will be offered that scan for potential health problems. Registration is required. Call toll-free 888.653.6441, visit lifelinescreening.com/communitycircle,
or text the word circle to 797979.

 

 

Christmas Eve 2016

This Sunday
November 26, 3pm

Join us as we deck our halls for Advent and Christmas.  If you have an extension ladder, please bring it!

beautiful things retreat

Beautiful Things: A Creative Retreat
Saturday, January 27, 2018
9 am – 5 pm
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church (101 S. Lebanon Rd; Loveland)
$20

Participants can choose three workshops to engage in different types of creativity through the day, ranging from calligraphy to jewelry making to yoga.

For more information or to register: http://popluther.org/beautiful-things/

The First Lutheran Clothing Closet is in need of the following items for their November 13th distribution:

´ men's jeans

´ long sleeved t-shirts

´ hoodies (size L and up)

´ winter coats and gloves
    (no cotton work gloves)

´ long white socks

´ men's and women's sneakers
    and casual shoes

´ twin size flat sheets and blankets

Place donations in the yellow marked bin in the narthex by this Sunday, November 12.

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This Sunday, November 5
All Worship Services

Join us in remembering those who have shaped our faith.  

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October 31, 2017, marks the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his Ninety-Five Theses on the church door in Wittenberg, Germany – an act that sparked the Lutheran Reformation. For many years, Roman Catholics and Lutherans have been striving to find common ground and heal divisions in the Church.

Last October 31, for the first time, Pope Francis, Bishop Dr Munib A. Younan, President of the Lutheran World Federation, and other Roman Catholic and Lutheran leaders led the Joint Ecumenical Commemoration in Lund, Sweden. This historic event was a visible sign of unity, as Lutherans and Catholics from around the globe joined together for worship.

This Fall, we continue to commemorate this anniversary, locally, in a variety of ways, including these exciting events that bring together various voices for worship and learning. These events will focus on three themes: Rediscover Common Ground, Renew Relationships, and Respond to Local Needs. Centering ourselves in Ephesians 3:16-21, “Now to God, who by the power at work within us is able to accomplish abundantly far more than all we can ask or imagine,” we’ll explore the many ways that the Holy Spirit continues to work in our lives, congregations, and communities.

Our time together will include a prayer service for unity, panel presentation, small group discussions, and reflections on how we can continue to love and serve the people of God as we respond to local need. The following dynamic voices will invite us into engaging God’s promises and one another as we look to the future.

Thursday, October 19, 7 – 9 pm, Christ the King Lutheran Church, West Chester
Worship leaders for the evening include Father Norm Langenbrunner and Pastor Lowell Michelson

Saturday, October 21 from 10 am to noon, St. Maximillian Kolbe Church, Liberty Twp.
Worship leaders for the evening include Father Geoff Drew and Pastor Matt Byrd

We are offering the same program in various locations in the hope that more people can participate.

A freewill offering will be taken for Matthew 25: Ministries for Hurricane Relief.

Visit the facebook page: www.facebook.com/cathluth2017/

Sign up online today: http://conta.cc/2f1mu5i

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  • VEIL Ministry Needs

    Our diaper drawer is completely full! Many thanks to those who have contributed to our Mothers’ Ministry program! There still exists a need for:

    — Baby Wipes (especially refills in soft plastic packages)

    — 100% Juice boxes

    — Tampons (plastic only)

    — Feminine pads (THIN Regular and THIN Overnight)

    Please place your items in the VEIL Office.

    A very easy way to help support VEIL: If you shop at Kroger, please sign up with their Community Rewards program & choose VEIL as the group you’d like to support. Our number is 29572. A percentage of all that you spend at Kroger is given to the mission church. Last quarter, VEIL received almost $100 from this program. Please consider signing up.

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  • VEIL Summer Reading Program

     summer reading

    Wednesdays, 10 am - 2 pm
    Sundays, 2 pm - 4 pm
    beginning June 6
    in the Fellowship Hall

    The summer reading program provides an opportunity for students to keep their skills sharp over the summer as well as providing enrichment in a topic. Research established that, without enrichment, during the summer months, children lose 50% - 85% of what they learned the previous academic year. This summer’s theme is the Human Body! The lessons will be introduced on Wednesdays. Sundays will provide an enrichment lesson. Please consider volunteering during the summer. Are all welcome, including high school and college students. No Spanish required. Join us as you are able.

    The program includes lunch on Wednesdays. We also need volunteers to host the Wednesday lunches. Can you provide lunch for the children on Wednesdays? You can sign up online to provide lunch.

    photo courtesy of Ben White, unsplash.com

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