Posts from 2021

Posts from 2021

VBS June 7-11 – 9:00am -12pm

The Wacky World of Water is a Vacation Bible School program that takes a fun and engaging look at water with Bible lessons that teach eternal truths, plus great games, crafts and much more. Kids will learn from stories throughout Scripture that include water—from creation, to the flood, to Jesus’ baptism, and to Jesus’ walking on water…and they might even get a little wet along the way!    Be on the lookout on the Church and School Website and Facebook…

Thank you For Serving

It was a great Day of Service! 39 people served, not counting the MANY who donated and prayed for the food drive’s success.  Outside we trimmed bushes, planted, and much more.  Inside we took down old bulletin boards, cleaned storage rooms, a classroom, worked on the 225 bags for the delivery to the food pantry! We will look forward to another workday in the fall!   Thank you to everyone who made the day of service such a success!  In…

Spring Clean Up – Workday – May 15 10 am-2:30 pm

One Faith, One Family –Faith Lutheran Church and SchoolFaith is so excited to start the bible study ”The Purpose Driven Life”. This study suggests that these purposes are worship, fellowship, discipleship, ministry, and mission and that they are derived from the Great Commandment and the Great Commission. What a better way to celebrate this awesome study than by Faith Lutheran Church and School announcing a Day of Service? It seems like it’s been forever since we experienced normal! We can…

coffee hour is back!

The Coffee Half-hour is returning to Sunday mornings. If seven days without worship makes one weak, what does more than a year without coffee and goodies on a Sunday morning you make you?  I don’t know but I, for one, am glad it’s back.  Our special thanks to Adelle Bowen for her willingness and readiness.  The good news is: it is back and on Mother’s Day!  The better news is volunteers are needed.   If it is worth having back, then…

Mary Angerman

Our loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend passed away at 92. Born in Alton, IL but relocated to Texas to marry Walter and raise her family. Marietta, GA has been home for the last twelve years where she truly blossomed. Her witty personality and banana nut bread will be missed by all. Preceded in death by her husband, Walter, son, Dennis, and parents, Emma and Otto Volz. She is survived by her daughter, Barbara Youngs and her husband Pete, and…