Coming to rest “by the water” is an invitation to remain in relationship with God in worship, prayer, and community, with the God who has claimed us in the waters of baptism as beloved, the God who generously feeds us at the banquet table of His body and blood. The gift of God’s relationship made real in Jesus Christ is a lifeline for us as individuals and as a community of faith.
Thank you, Joy Carr, for reupholstering the loveseats in the Centennial Room. What a breath of freshness they bring to the space. The beautiful artwork on the wall also invites us in. You have many amazing gifts from God and share them so graciously. We appreciate you!
June 7 is National Chocolate Ice Cream Day. Got you going, didn’t I? I am not going to talk about the health benefits of chocolate ice cream. I think most of us already know them, but the holiday is still a fun reason to justify a cone on the 7th. …
First Lutheran Church
Saturday, June 11
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Rain or Shine
Drop off your electronic waste at the church and we will have it recycled for you. Your monetary contribution helps send neighborhood children in need to FLC’s preschool. Give A Child A Chance receives no money from the recycling company.
Please take posters to work and to stores and to give to friends, neighbors, and family. Posters can be picked up in the Fellowship Hall. Sign up to volunteer. We’d love to have your help.
For more information, please contact Karen Johnson at 797-2525.
May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. The days are finally warm and there is daylight after the workday is done, …
First Lutheran Children’s Programs (FLCP) has begun composting with Garbage to Garden (GtG). All the programs will dispose of their trash in …
Proceeds from our annual FLC yard sale will provide camp scholarships for FLC youth to attend First Lutheran Day Camp and/or Camp Calumet this summer. Stop by and shop for all treasures that will be for sale!
Volunteer Opportunities & Other Details
For God’s love is so broad and deep that we are given the gift of forgiveness even before we recognize our need. God’s hand is always extended to us, ready to offer mercy. So when unexpected grace comes our way, when a relationship that was faltering suddenly receives new life, when our doubt is infused with hope, or when a light begins to glimmer in the darkness…this is the hand of God again reminding each of us that we are not alone.
One of the things I really like about First Lutheran are the gardens –the flower gardens, the shrubbery and trees, and the …