Church office hours are 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 pm.
Yay! Sunday School is back! Children begin the service with their parents and head to a classroom during the sermon. We pray that God continues to work in the hearts of these children and their teachers.
When the pandemic first began, Lutheran schools throughout Missouri quickly adapted to continue to meet the needs of students, families, and staff. We’re all so appreciative of these administrators, teachers, and support staff members who continue shining the light of Christ in uncertain times. Please join the District in prayer this fall for our 50 early childhood centers, 50 elementary schools, and 9 high schools. Your work is making an eternal difference!
New Bible studies held at church starting in September:
The updated church Directory is now available. See the hard copy bulletin or call the office for corrections in contact information.
Norfleet will not be needing volunteers this fall due to COVID restrictions. However, they could use donations of COVID related supplies. The school could use sandwich or quart size bags with the zip top to store masks during lunch and recess. They could also use fine and broad tip dry erase markers. If you would like to donate these items, place them on the sofa in the FLC entrance.
...will not be meeting this fall. However, the missions that our dues help fund through LWML and LUMA-A will continue to need funds. You can give your $9 dues to Brenda Frolin by October 25. You can also turn in your mites.
Typically, we hold elections at our May Voters' Meeting to elect or re-elect officers, board chairs, and elders. This year, we have postponed elections of the posts listed below. An announcement will be made when the new election date is planned. If you have questions or would like to serve, please contact council president, Doug Rinas.
The state of Missouri is one vast and varied mission field. Starting on September 22, the Missouri District will be hosting three evenings called “Meet the Missionaries” via online video conferencing. You are cordially invited to log on and learn about these ministries, as well as how you can be involved through prayer and support.
For more information visit mo.lcms.org/missionaries
First up, meet Rev. James Bartok on Tuesday, September 22, at 7:00pm. Pastor Bartok is planting a new church in Ozark and uses karate to reach out to others. The ZOOM link will be available the day of the event at mo.lcms.org/missionaries. In the meantime, check out the same website for more dates and information on future features. See you online soon!