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September, 2020 

 Lutheran Women’s Missionary League Grant #14 Hope and Healing Hub of Downtown Lincoln 

 LCMS Nebraska District — $50,000

Your Mite Box located in the rear of our Sanctuary collects your loose change to    support many Missions, some close to home and others around the world. This month we would like to share with you:

Hope and Healing Hub of Downtown Lincoln.  The ministry of the University  Lutheran Chapel addresses the very real problem of young adults being susceptible to depression leading to suicide, making it the second most common cause of death among college students.  This grant will help with the renovation of the University Lutheran Chapel, where anyone can go to be loved, to be healed with the help of Christian counselors, and to receive hope through Word and    Sacrament.

Please continue to help us meet our goal of $2,000 so we can throw a party!

 Your Lutheran Women’s Missionary League

 HAPPY LABOR DAY!!

Do all your work as to the LORD!!

SEPTEMBER LWML GATHERING

Our Emmanuel LWML will gather on September 17, 6:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall. A highlight of the gathering will be Beth sharing a bit of her life in the UP.  A discussion of a movie for October’s gathering will take place.  If you have a suggestion, let one of us know or come and share it with us!  We would love for you to come and join us!  If you would like to participate in our “Red Christmas Stocking” collection, contact Eileen Jones!  Proceeds will go to the Lenawee County Crisis Pregnancy Center in Adrian. 

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THE FALL RALLY!

Please mark your calendars for the Monroe zone fall rally which will be hosted by Christ the King, Lambertville October 24, with registration and refreshments at 8:30 a.m. and meeting at 9:00 a.m.  We pray our speaker will still be Becky  Grossmann, a translator with Lutheran Bible Translators. She receives the money raised from the postage stamps we have sent in.  Gifts of Love will be financial gifts for LBT.  Becky could bring purses and bags made by Liberian artisans, with money from these going to the artisans who made them. 

 

 

 

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