Vacation Bible School will be here before we know it! June 15-19, 2020! Please join us for a planning meeting March 19th, 6:30pm in the Children’s Center!
Easter Egg Hunt sign ups are here! We are collecting plastic eggs, individually wrapped candy (please nothing that melts!), and volunteers to help make this a great event! The sign up poster is across from the office. Please reach out to Bethany with questions at 623-225-5526 or firstname.lastname@example.org! Donation boxes are up near the offices…. If you’d like to help plan this event, the meeting is Monday evening at 6:30p here at the church, Conference Room A.
Going Beyond Live with Priscilla Shirer
Registration Deadline March 30: Register on Risen Savior Website/Events
“Stop frantically searching for God’s will; start frantically searching for God Himself.” Experience whole-
hearted teaching to inspire Going and challenge you to step into God’s plan for your life. Join Risen Savior
and Peace Lutheran women at the Budweiser Event Center, Loveland. Tickets $65 each; optional Box
Lunch for additional $15.
Contact Patty Jones or Harriet Oehlkers through Risen Savior with questions.
Event Date: Saturday, June 27, 8:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m.
The Lutheran Chorale invites you to their concert of Sunday, March 22, 2020. “Our God Our Help Our Shelter” will be performed on Sunday March 22, 2020 at 3 pm at Bethlehem Lutheran Church , 2100 Wadsworth Blvd., Lakewood. This concert will be repeated at 7:30 pm at Our Father Lutheran Church, 6335 S. Holly Street, Centennial. Each concert is a free concert with a free-will donation accepted at the door. This concert will include many familiar tunes of God’s love, “Beautiful Savior”, “The Flight Song,” “My Lord What a Morning,“ and many of our favorites and hopefully yours. For more information visit our Web Site at email@example.com, call David Peterson 303-210-9428.
ANNUAL “LOVE OF BOOKS” THANK YOU!
Thank you to everyone for stopping by the Library last Sunday and supporting our annual Love of Books – Mystery in the Library! Congratulations to Kathy Kester and Julie Friedrichs for guessing our Staff Suspects – Who Read It Mystery! They each guessed 3 out of 7 correctly! Our Staff Suspects read the following books: Pastor Dave, Empowering Leadership; Pastor Tim, Killing the Rising Sun; Jon Griesinger, Imagine Heaven; Sheryl Hofmeister, Redeeming Love; Tammie Brown, The Case for Christ; Lauren Von Rentzell, Lord of the Rings; and, Andie Bell, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. Everyone is invited to stop by the Library today to look at all our Library Mugshot photos, take home some free books (on the table outside the Library), purchase wildlife calendars, and grab a penny jar to support Josh Hofmeister. Thanks from the Peace Women’s Book Group and the Peace Library Circle!
PEACE WOMEN’S BOOK GROUP – OUR NEXT READ
Join us on Friday, March 6, 2020, in the Church Library to discuss the book, Small Great Things, by Jodi Picoult. Small Great Things is a #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER with richly layered characters and a gripping moral dilemma that will lead readers to question everything they know about privilege, power, and race. This stunning new page-turner is soon to be a major motion picture. Join us for great discussion, food and fellowship. For more information, contact Christine Pearson at 443-758-7576 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Refugee & Asylee programs are in need of donations in order to provide for newly arriving families. We are not sure when they will arrive but we know there are a few large families in our pipeline that we want to be prepared for. Right now, our biggest needs are: new pillows, kitchen tables and chairs, couches (nothing big/bulky/heavy, no sectionals, or reclining couches), dressers (preferably tall and not long), and shower curtains with liners and rings. We greatly appreciate any and all donations so that we can help these families get on with their new lives here in the US! Contact Jenna Dolecek at 719-314-0737 or email@example.com.
LFSRM VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Do you have a passion for our mission or helping others? Are you, or know someone, needing to fulfill school community service hours? Would you like to attend fun and exciting LFSRM events for FREE?
Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains Development department is in need of a few volunteers who are friendly, reliable, and can volunteer from 2-4 hours per week at our Harlan office in Lakewood. Volunteers will have the flexibility to choose Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday between 9AM – 3 PM. Experience with computers preferred.
Your valued support will include simple computer data entry, special event prep, Microsoft Word/Excel projects, photocopying, folding/stuffing mailings and other tasks as needed. You will enjoy a safe and friendly working environment which includes free and easy parking, a dedicated desk, and a computer. You will also receive FREE admission to our special events that you help support!
Please contact Lisa Ricci at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-217-5859 for more information.
Gala Committee Members Needed! In 2020 we’re committed to being “Better Together” and will be hosting our Roaring 20’s Gala at the Denver Botanic Gardens on May 15th, 2020. We hope to have a live band, teach the Charleston and have an amazing auction and speaker this year. Are you detail oriented and like to have fun planning parties and events? Come join our committee to help with event planning such as sponsor solicitation, auction item solicitation, decorations, brainstorming, set-up and tear-down and more! Contact Jessica Yoss at 720-541-6826 or Jessica.Yoss@lfsrm.org. Our first conference call is scheduled for December 18th and we need YOU!
Churches, we could really use your help in recruiting more foster families. Please post the following announcement in your bulletin and/or on your website and social media. Feel free to share the full list of meetings, but if you prefer to only share the meetings that are in your area, that is helpful as well. Thank you!
Each year in Colorado, thousands of kids are unable to live with their biological parents because of abuse or neglect. We need families who can provide temporary care until children reunify with their parent, as well as families willing to adopt children and teens if they can’t return to their families.
Come find out if foster care is the right path for your family! No-cost, no-obligation, informational meetings are held throughout the Denver Metro area. You can find a list of our upcoming meetings on our website. https://www.lfsrm.org/about-us/events/ Individual meetings that fit your schedule can also be arranged. For more information contact Nicole Brown by phone at 303-217-5853 or by email email@example.com