Lord of Life Lutheran Church
North Pole, Alaska
September 30th is our first "Welcome To..." Event!
We'll gather after worship for some snacks, games, and conversation about this thing called worship and what is important to each of us!
We'll ask and hopefully answer questions like:
What do Lutherans believe about worship?
Why do we sing so many songs?
What is a "liturgy" anyway?
Plus: you'll influence future plans for worship, share your favorite songs/hymns, and make connections with those around you! This is an event for ALL ages - we have much to learn from each other!
"God's word moves us to make connections by welcoming all, strengthening and serving the healthy and hurting."
Lord of Life has hired an office manager!
Hours: Monday through Friday from 9-1.
You may already know her! We will welcome Jo Schackman to the office on October 1.
She will be responsible for: email, mail, website maintenance, calendar, newsletters, preparing worship materials (bulletins, power point, leader materials), communication with the congregation, general straightening around the building, Wednesday food box orders/volunteers, and representing God's love and Lord of Life to the community.
Keep her in prayer as she learns the ins and outs of that huge list!!!
Lord of Life is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
We are an active and energetic congregation with programs and activities for all ages!
Join us for worship on Sunday morning at 10:30!
Numbers 11:4-6, 10-17, 24-29
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9:30 am Education Hour
10:30 am Worship
11:30 am Fellowship
What's happening at Lord of Life?
God's Work Our Hands Sept 16: A Day of Worship and Service for our North Pole community
Watch our Facebook page this week for photos from our service day!! We all had a great time!
1. Cleaning trash on St. Nicholas Drive
2. Baking cookies and writing cards for our North Pole first responders
3. Sending cards and freeze-pops to overheated troops in Bahrain
4. Planting wildflowers to feed bees and beautify the area
5. Replacing the North Pole Memorial Garden (on small walking trail behind City Hall)
Tuesday, Wednesday., Friday 9am - 1pm