Our guest speaker at all three services this weekend (January 20 & 21) is David Garrett representing Jews for Jesus. His informative and engaging lesson is called “Christ in the Passover”. David also serves on the Board of Directors for Lutheran Bible Translators.
S.O.U.L. Lunch – Thursday, January 25 – 11:00 am – 12:30 pm – Menu: Lasagna, Green Salad, Garlic Bread, Dessert Bars.
Women’s Retreat 2018 “Remember Me” (Hebrews 8:12) Saturday, January 27th, 9AM-2PM Registration begins at 8:30AM, Continental breakfast will be available. Rosie Berg is our Bible study leader for the day. Registration will be $15, includes lunch
SOUP-ER BOWL WEEKEND IS FEBRUARY 3-4
This is our annual door offering for those in need. All money collected will be given to
Lutheran Social Services-Southwest
to support their work and ministry to seniors.
LSS SW seeks grants and donations to help
offset some cost to their clients. Additionally, they use the money to be able to provide supplies for their clients that are not covered by ALTCS.
Luminaria Home Care provides quality care that enables seniors and individuals with disabilities to live at home and maintain their highest level of independence.
Pima Meals on Wheels delivers nutritious meals to seniors in Pima County while making valuable daily health and safety checks on each recipient.
Our Guest speaker for Bible class between services on Sunday will be Mr.
Chong Bee Vang, Regional Director of Community Engagement.
LifeTouch will be in the Martin Luther Room February 6 – 10, 13 & 14
with sign ups for portraits beginning Jan. 14
Please plan on being part of this project, all you have to do is make an appointment and smile. We would like all of our members and friends to be included. By having your picture taken you will receive a free church directory and a free 8” x 10” photo.
Paul Jacobs, Organ – Sunday, March 18, 3:00 pm. Paul Jacobs is an extraordinarily expressive performer and an intensely intelligent musician. Grammy Award-winning organist Paul Jacobs is helping the King of Instruments retake its rightful place in classical music.