Thankoffering Sunday is This coming sunday!
Sunday, November 11 is when the women of the church collect the Thankoffering. Thankofferings are a long-standing custom among Lutheran women.
Your generous Thankofferings help support the ongoing ministries of the churchwide women’s organization, including our triennial conventions, the work of your elected churchwide board, the annual conference of synodical presidents, our communications ministries, justice and advocacy work, and so much more.
8:30am Worship & Communion. Pastor Ben will be preaching and the choir and Kevin Anderson will be leading the music. The style of this service is more traditional with choir, organ, piano, and voice.
9:45-10:45am Sunday School: Children ages up to 11-years-old are welcome to attend this fun, activity-filled classes. Held in Nursery and Room 6.
11:00am Worship & Communion. Pastor Ben will be preaching and the Contemporary Worship Team leads music with guitar, piano, and voice.
Welcome to Rt. Revd. Bishop Gerard Mpango (ret.). He served as the bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Western Tanzania and will be preaching at both services today. Thank you, Bishop Mpango, for your visit.
Also happening this coming Sunday: 5th Annual Faith Lutheran Blood Drive in memory of Steve Troester. This will be happening in Rooms 1, 2, and 6.
Also happening, Carl and Faye Johnson will be celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary in the Parish Hall between services. All are invited.
Young ones are welcome to join in all parts of worship with us at the Children’s Worship Area. Here they can be close to the music and activity of the worship service in the Sanctuary in a space that feels comfortable and welcoming and is just for them.
Seating is available for parents close by and the staff will help the children engage in the many parts of worship in a variety of ways: hearing, feeling, playing instruments, moving, singing and dancing.
The Growing Room (formerly called the Cry Room) will be open as well as an extension of this space.
Everyone is welcome at Faith Lutheran Church. All are invited to participate fully, including taking Holy Communion. It is the Lord’s table and all are welcome. Faith Lutheran Church is a Reconciling in Christ (RIC) congregation. “We welcome everyone without exception and regardless of sex, race, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, physical and mental ability, age, or station in life.”