Welcome to Our Savior’s!
Announcements for Sunday, June 24, 2018
The flowers today are given by Maxine Enfield in memory of her brother, Bob Miller, on his 85th birthday.
Need a greeting card for someone special? Check out the assortment available for sale on the display near the OSLC offices. Remember – just 50 cents a card.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR! Our Savior’s will again have a float for the Lumberjack Days Parade taking place on July 22. We’re seeking participants to bring candy, help build the float, ride along on the float, or walk and pass out candy during the parade. Mark your calendars and sign up at the Welcome Desk or sign-up online from the church website under “What’s Happening.”
Bible Study in the Park — All women are invited to the first Bible Study in the Park this summer which will be held Thursday, July 5, at 9:30 am at Valley View Park. A continental breakfast will be served. Chad Larson will lead our study “The Practices of Prayer.” In Scripture and in the Christian tradition, people of faith have developed a wide variety of ways to come before God. We’ll look at different ways to pray, what each might offer and how knowing an array of prayer styles can enrich our devotional life. Bring a friend and join us!
Ecumen is beginning the sales process for the new 60 unit senior co-operative (called Zvago Stillwater) to be built next door to Our Savior’s. An informational meeting will take place on June 28th at 10 am in the sanctuary. The meeting will outline the project specifics; including floor plans, pricing, lifestyle benefits, amenities and more. Reservations will be taken after the presentation is completed.
The Health and Caring Ministry Team is hosting 3 group walks this summer. They will be held on the 4th Monday of June, July and August. The first one will be on June 25 from 6:30 -7:30 pm. We will gather at the Browns Creek Trail head on Neal Avenue. You can walk at any pace and the walk will only be cancelled in case of lightning. We hope you take this opportunity to get some exercise and connect with other people. For more information, contact Sue Hedlund or Stacy Meyer.
Thank you to everyone who sent cards, called me, or sent emails checking on my welfare when I was ill with vertigo in May. I really appreciated everyone’s thoughtfulness. ~ Carla Teetzel