On Saturday, April 13, members of Peace Lutheran Church plus one friend worked on putting new plants and mulch in the flower beds, cleaning the children’s playground area, power washing the parking area and cleaning the gutters plus other areas needing cleaning. Thanks to all who helped with this project. It looks great!
Come visit Peace Lutheran’s Palm Sunday service beginning at 9:30 am. Visitors are always welcome.
Peace Lutheran Church was happy to welcome its newest member Emma Blake Matthys by baptism. Her parents are Justin and Beth Matthys with brother Jeremy and sister Hannah. Congratulations to the Matthys family.
LENTEN Services will be held at 11:30 each Wednesday with a soup and dessert following service. Please note the signup board in the entry if you’d like to volunteer to prepare soup, bring a dessert, or help setup. A 6:30 pm service will be held in the sanctuary. This will be an informal service introducing Martin Luther’s words to his followers. No soup or dessert will be served at this service.
Here’s a few of our military care package helpers who helped sort, package and pack 16 boxes which will be shipped to our deployed military heroes all over the world.👍. Shown from left to right are Shirley Niemeyer, Gerry Linke, Rose Pederson, Betty Curry, Carol Townsend, and Parneli Heisey.
Here’s a few of our military care package helpers who helped sort, package and pack 16 boxes which will be shipped to our deployed military heroes all over the world on February 11 at Peace Lutheran Church .👍. Shown from left to right are Shirley Niemeyer, Gerry Linke, Rose Pederson, Betty Curry, Carol Townsend, and Parneli Heisey.
Members of the PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH Council were installed on Sunday, January 13 during the worship service. Installed were:
President-Harvey Ludwig; Vice President-Linda Pochyla; Secretary- Laura Tate; Treasurer- Bess Matthys; Financial Secretary- Carol Viergutz; and Board of Property- Michael Dittrich.
Doris Dahse and Bess Matthys, members at Peace Lutheran, presented Adell Simmons of the Fort Bend Women’s Center, thirty $20 Christmas Gift Cards for residents at FBCWC.
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Thanks to the men and women who came to sort, pack, package, and fill the military care package boxes on Monday. We meet the second Monday of each month at 8:30 am at Peace Lutheran Church. Right now we pack 16 boxes which cost almost $300 for postage. With the items we need to purchase, this runs into quite a large amount every month. The money needed for this outreach is donated by organizations, churches, friends, neighbors, and all interested in helping our deployed military. Without them we would not be able to continue this outreach ministry. So a big “THANK YOU” to all who help in any way to keep this outreach active.
Students create Christmas cards for military
Peace Lutheran church member and drama/ art/ school newspaper advisor, Karee Kerr, had her 6th grade students make special Christmas cards for our military care packages. I’m sure our military friends will enjoy each and every card in their box. Thank you, Karee and your students, for this special gift.💕
Peace Lutheran Church sponsors a military care package outreach for deployed military personnel. Currently 16 boxes are sent on the second Monday of each month. The care package group meets at 8:30 am in the Fellowship Hall at Peace on the second Monday to sort, package, pack, and get boxes ready for mailing. Our group is compromised of different churches’ members, friends, neighbors, and local organizations. We welcome everyone to come participate in this outreach for our military heroes. If you know of someone deployed please send the name and address to: Doris at email@example.com.
Our Military Care Package Outreach group of helpers line up for a photo op.
A QATAR Challenger Coin was presented to Peace Lutheran Military Care Package Outreach by MSgt Robert Gracia and MSgt Christopher Moreno on behalf of the Air Operation Center for generous care packages. The unit is made up of Airmen, Sailors, US Marines, Soldiers, and civilian contractors.
The unit in Afghanistan enjoys the items in the care packages.
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