Adult Eduction

Adult Sunday School Class

The Small CatechismChrist Hall

The month of May provides an opportunity for us to complete the class that was begun early in the year
on Luthers Small Catechism. While we covered a few sections of the catechism before taking a hiatus due to
the uptick in COVID cases, there was still much to discuss. Please join us at 9:15 AM in Christ Hall. Pastor
Reep will lead the discussion on most weeks. There will be a special presentation by our Social Ministry team
on our outreach and ways to get involved on May 15. This is a reprise of the presentation held on a Tuesday
evening in March. Do come to one or all of the morning sessions.

Adult Class meets in Christ Hall with Pastor Reep.

April 24 Office of Keys
May 1 Ten Commandments

May 8 The Lords Prayer

May 15 Social Ministry presents on opportunities to serve.

Weekly Bible Study continues Wednesdays from 10:3011:30 AM. Come and discuss the Bible readings for the upcoming Sunday. It is a great way to grow in faith and to enrich your worship experience. Dont have time on Wednesdays? You can find next weeks lessons listed on the bottom of the back page each Sunday. Save your bulletin for use during the week.

Please enter the building through the Springettsbury Avenue lobby.

***Reminder that the first Wednesday of each month is street sweeping so please park in one of the lots and not on Springettsbury Avenue.


Gods Work our Hands—September 21, 2021

Annually the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) observes Gods Work our Handson the second Sunday of September.  Over the years we have used our hands to; clean up trash and debris littering the neighborhood, prepare health kits to give aid to those in disaster struck regions, and assemble school kits for children in developing nations. This year our focus is on the need for water, especially drinkable water, to sustain communities in places that are suffering from drought and lack infrastructure. In the spirit of water and wells and baptismal grace, a variety of water activities will comprise the Sunday school time (9:1510:15 AM) on September 12. We will be receiving special offerings for the work of Lutheran World Relief and their efforts to supply water, wells, and irrigation so that people, communities, flocks and crops can flourish. Please plan to attend this special outdoor Sunday school session. You may wish to bring a towel to dry off or absorb any excess water you may encounter along the way! Activities are planned for children and their parents. A combination of water relays, balloon toss and water games will center us on the importance of water in  our lives and how important water is for daily life. The Fellowship Committee will serve refreshments. All offerings received will be given to the work of Lutheran World Relief. Plan on taking part in Gods Work our Handseven if it means you get a little bit wet!

Daily Devotional ReadingsThe new quarterly devotional book called Christ in our Home is available at all entrances to the church.   Due to the need for people to stay home, Augsburg Fortress is offering Christ in Our Home as a free email subscription.  Click on the following link:  https://go.augsburgfortress.org/christ-in-our-home-email-subscription to sign up.   This devotional has a bible reading, thoughts and prayer for each day.  Are you more of an electronic reader?  Try God Pause from Luther Seminary in St. Paul’s Minnesota.  Sign up and you will receive a daily email with a scripture reading, reflection and prayer.  To sign up, click this link or type it into your computer search bar http://www.luthersem.edu/godpause/default

Small Groups

Are you interested in being part of a small group?  Would you like to discuss social justice issues, Bible studies, family/parenting ideas or any other topic?  Contact the church office with your ideas!