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Sunday Sermons: Online! 

Join us online each Sunday for the sermon and worship. Please click below to see all our services. 

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Sunday Sermons: In Person

Join us on campus on Sunday mornings at one of our two services and our Sunday school hour. Please click below for more information.

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Sermon Series: The End

Everyone is naturally curious about how the earth and mankind will come to an end. Regardless of how it happens, God is in control. We are told there will be bad things happening. But, what about that actual Last Day? We will spend four weeks looking at the Last Day and even spend time looking at what happens after “The End”.

Nov 1- All Saint’s Day: We belong to God

Nov 8- What will happen that last DAY? Rapture?

Nov 15: The Last Day and the Wrath of God

Nov 29- Christ the King Sunday: In the end, we win!

Advent Series:  HOPE   

For He who promised is Faithful- Hebrews 10:23.

2020 has been the longest decade of my life. It has been difficult for everyone. We need hope. In everyday usage, the word hope means something along the lines of ‘a wish’. Biblically speaking, hope is a ‘sure thing’ because God has promised us many things and God is faithful. Hope gives us encouragement in difficult times. Join us Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings to celebrate Advent as we are reminded of the hope we have.  

Our Wednesday Advent services will be at 7:00pm in the Sanctuary. We will not have dinners before the service.

Sunday, Nov. 29: Why are we hopeful? Because God is faithful.

Wednesday, Dec 2: God is just, which is good news! Our hope is in Jesus.

Sunday, Dec 6: We have hope in God because He cares for everyone. God is patient!

Wednesday, Dec 9: In the midst of darkness, hope shines brightest.

Sunday, Dec 13: We have hope because God is still working on us!

Wednesday, Dec 16: Our hope is in God who is faithful; even when we are not faithful.

Sunday, Dec 20: Do you need a sign from God to help you in your hope?

January Movement Project

During the month of January, we will be running a Movement project. More information and signups will come soon!

Serve Christ 

LWML Mites 

Please remember to bring your mites on the first Sunday of the month. These donations are used to help fund our local Pacific Southwest District and national mission grants. Thank you for making a difference!

Advent By Candlelight Gift Cards

Our annual women’s Christmas event is canceled this year, but we will still collect gift cards for Lutheran Social Services. Gift cards in increments of $10 or $25 and from local grocery stores, Target, or Walmart are the most helpful. Gift cards will be collected in the offering box through January.

 

Grow Together

AREA Bible Study for College Aged Students

I am also looking for some adults that would like to volunteer with this new ministry.  Please speak with DCE Noël Fairchild.

Ladies' Night In (temporarly canceled)

Ladies Night In is a group for preschool moms, preschool staff, and the ladies of Light of Christ church. We typically meet on the last Wednesday of the month to mix and mingle. Contact Brenda Ruehs at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

 

Youth News  

Children's Ministry - 5th Grade & Under

Sunday School - meets Sunday mornings from 9:15-10:15 am in the Fellowship Hall. **Masks are required for The CREW (3rd-5th grade) and optional for KFC (2nd & Under).

Click here to register for the 2020-2021 Sunday school year: https://forms.gle/EbGxAEv2ct5w9vCcA 

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Mark your Calendar:

11/22 The birth of John foretold

11/29 NO Sunday School

12/6 The birth of Jesus foretold

12/13 Christmas Celebration

KFC (2nd grade & under ) - Christmas story, games, and a Christmas craft

The CREW (3rd-5th grade) - Christmas trivia, games, and a gift exchange (This is our December Event! More details to come.)

12/20 KFC & CREW - We are watching a Christmas movie with cocoa & prepackaged snacks

12/27 NO Sunday School

1/3/21 NO Sunday School

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Middle School Ministry (6th-8th Grade)

Sunday Morning - Meets Sunday mornings from 9:15-10:15am 

We meet outside on the picnic tables past the church office near the cell tower.

Topic: Teachings for Life.  Teacher: Jeremy, Kandie, and Autumn

High School Ministry (9th - 12th Grade)

Sunday School – Meets Sunday mornings from 9:15-10:15am

Lower High School (9th & 10th) meets in the room next to the kitchen. 

Topic: Lossology  Teacher: Courtney Small, DCE student.

Upper High School (11th & 12th) meets in front of Noël’s office on the picnic tables. 

Topic: Lossology  Teachers: Gavin Meinz & Reese Rountree, DCE students.

Intentional You Presentation*

Our church is sponsoring a free talk about Sex on December 6th form 5-7 pm. The message that is given is: You Are Worth the Wait. The speaker is very gifted and equips students to make healthy relationships and life choices. Please share this with your neighbors and come!! For students in 8th grade through college. Seating is limited due to Covid. Check out www.beaconspeaks.org

Registration is free before Dec. 5th...at the door price is $20 per family.  Invite friends!

Youth Social Media Presentation*

Courtney Small, Concordia DCE Student, will be doing a parent & youth workshop on social media on December 13th at 9:15 am. It will be a guide to parenting in the digital age. The presentation will revolve around information offered in the movie “The Social Dilemma”. It will be a brief lecture followed by a question and answer forum. This event is open to Middle and High School Families.

Dr. Glenn Flugge speaks about Mere Christianity*

Join us on December 20th at 9:15am. Dr. Glenn Flugge will use C. S. Lewis' Moral Argument for God's Existence as an example of Natural Knowledge. He uses reactions to Ned Stark's death in Game of Thrones to help students understand that (almost) all movies, shows, books, etc. only "work" because there is a universal standard of right and wrong that the heroes are following and the villains are breaking. Then he will get into Lewis' moral argument. I think it is a powerful argument, but even more powerful for me is the kind of God it leads us to: NOT a "soft-soap" God (only a God of LAW). This sets us up, then, to search for a different source for information about God (Supernatural Knowledge) ...ultimately, we settle on the Bible because of the historical reality of the resurrection. This event is open to all Adults and Middle and High School Families.

*All three of these events can be viewed at home if needed. Please let Noel Fairchild know if you would like this option.

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