All Saints’ Sunday is the occasion on which we recall that the church is a body that transcends time, space, and death. This Sunday, you will be invited to write down the names of those you would like to remember in prayer, especially those who have gone on to join the church triumphant; you will also have the opportunity to light a candle in memory of friends or loved ones.
In Our Prayers This Week
All Saints’ Sunday // This Sunday we remember our fellow church members and all others who have died in the Lord and have entered into eternal rest during the past year:
Nadine Lampe (February 16, 1933– November 2, 2013)
Clayton Hardenberger (March 5, 1936– November 27, 2013)
Helen Bieck (March 19, 1923– January 24, 2014)
Sam Thomas (May 9, 1945– May 10, 2014)
This Sunday we welcome 8 of St. Paul’s youth as they receive their First Communion. // Please keep Brylee Gilkerson, Clara Lindstrom, Cabe Marquez, Pyper McGill, Chase Nolte, Jaden Nolte, Madilyn Scholl, and Piper Sutton in your prayers as they continue to grow in their faith.
Serving our Neighbors
Thank You to Rita Seeba for delivering the LWR quilts and health kits to Lincoln. 49 health kits and 28 quilts were sent this year! Thanks also to those who donated items and put together the quilts.
Volunteers Needed For Meals On Wheels @ The Senior Center // M– F, 10:45am-12:00pm // They have 2 routes and would need 4 volunteers daily. // Volunteers will receive a free meal. // To volunteer, call (402) 245-3871 or stop by 221 W. 16th Street, FC, NE.
Lutheran Disaster Response— Ebola Outbreak // Info sheets on how to donate are located at the INFO Tables. // 100% of your donation goes to help those impacted by this crisis.
FCAMA Sponsors Jewelry Sale to Combat Human Trafficking // Thursday, November 6 from 3-7pm and Saturday, November 8, from 9am-noon at the FC Library and Arts Center. // Featuring jewelry, clothing, and purses. // Proceeds from the sale will go to Women at Risk International (www.warinternational.org) // Human trafficking affects 800,000 people across the globe and an estimated 100,000 in the US each year. // Please consider taking some time to learn about and fight human trafficking. Thank you!
FCAMA Thanksgiving Basket Ministry // Donations accepted at St. Thomas Episcopal Church (16th St. and Harlan St.) from November 1–20 for this annual ministry to members of our community. // Baskets will be packed on Saturday, November 22 at 9:30am at St. Thomas. // Distribution will take place on Sunday, November 23 following the 2:00pm Community Thanksgiving Worship service at St. Thomas. // To reserve a basket, call the FCAMA Helpline at (402) 245-6111.
St. Peter & Paul’s Annual Turkey Dinner & Bazaar // Sunday, November 2 @ Prichard // Serving 4-7pm, Booths open 3-7pm // Adults $10– Children $5– Add 50¢ per Carry-out
6th Annual Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner // Thursday, November 27, 11:30am-1:00pm. // Are you available to help cook and serve a meal for people who are in need, elderly, or who are alone on Thanksgiving Day? // Sign-up sheets are at the entryways along with donation/reservation forms or you may call Ann Smith @ 245-5557 if you can help. Thank you!
Growing in Faith
Mid-Week Bible Study // Every Tues. @ 6:30pm // Join us as we study the book of Matthew.
St. Paul’s Annual Soup Supper // Wed. Nov. 5 @ 5-7pm //Serving Chili, Vegetable Soup, Chicken Noodle Soup, Rolls, Relish, and Dessert. Free will donation. // Carry-outs available. Shut-ins may call the church office (402-245-3828) for home delivery. // Funds to be supplemented by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans SE NE Chapter 30265
Church Cleanup Day – Saturday, November 8 @ 9am // Many hands make light work! // We will be working on jobs both inside and outside the church building. // Dress according to the weather of the day. // Please bring gloves, rakes, wheelbarrows, or any other of your favorite outdoor work tools. // Lunch is provided!