COME AND WORSHIP WITH US
505 East Bonita Avenue in San Dimas,
First Service 8:30 a.m., Traditional Blend Worship
Second Service 10:00 a.m., Ancient-Future Worship
WEDNESDAY (W.O.W.) WORSHIP
7:00 p.m. En*Theos Worship Service & Contemplative Prayer
(optional potluck supper at 6:15 pm)
Sunday, October 20th Lessons: Time after Pentecost - Lectionary 29
Pray always. Do not lose heart. This is the encouragement of the Christ of the gospel today. Persistence in our every encounter with the divine will be blessed. Wrestle with the word. Remember your baptism again and again. Come regularly to Christ’s table. Persistence in our every encounter with the divine will be blessed.
FAMILY HARVEST FESTIVAL
Our 9th Annual Family Harvest Festival takes place on Sunday, October 20th from 3:00—5:00 p.m.
We’ll have a petting zoo, pony rides, 6 games with prizes, a bounce house, costumes parade with candy stations, face painting, food and crafts.
REFORMATION FESTIVAL WORSHIP
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27TH
With joy and gladness, let us gather together for a day of worship and fellowship, Reformation Sunday, October 27th. We will rejoice in the Good News of the Gospel that we are justified by the saving grace of our Lord Jesus Christ; and we will gather to fellowship together following our Reformation Services.
FAITH CALL COMMITTEE
Our Call Committee reports a very good meeting with Pastor Reg on Tuesday, October 8th. The committee will meet again next Monday, October 14th, to finalize a few more things for the MSP, and to begin our candidate ground rules. Hal will present a Temple Talk on their progress and upcoming expectations October 20th in our 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. worship services including anticipated schedule from Pastor Reg as follows:
Complete and Submit Final MSP 10/18
Receive first candidate name 1st week in November
Goal- Candidate for Council review March
Congregation Meet & Greet (final candidate only)
Select final candidate- May/June
New Pastor in place- July 2020
Sunday, October 20th between worship services there will be a “Round Table” introduction to the MSP in our FLC Parish Hall with Pastor Beard. Copies of the MSP are available on the ushers counter.
Please continue your prayers for our transition process and for the members of our Call Committee.
Hal Fredericksen, Doug Halvorsen, Dan Ambrosini, Lisa Cahill, Patrice Heuring, Marge Hribar, Brian Powers, Bob Velker
FAITH LUTHERAN - NEW MEMBER INTRODUCTION : Sunday 6th and 13th
Introduction to the ministry of Faith Lutheran Church for those considering possible membership with Faith.
Pastor Beard will be sponsoring a gathering to share the mission and ministry of Faith Lutheran to those who are interested in learning more about Faith, and who may be interested in formalizing a relationship through membership. Two gatherings have been scheduled between the two services, Sunday Oct 6th and Sunday Oct. 13th, in the Conference Room, (down the hallway off of the Narthex entrance) These will be brief introductory gatherings that will last no longer then 30 mins. A follow up meeting can be arranged for those interested in formalizing their membership with Faith.
We will meet each other, share a little of our personal history and hear about the ministry of Faith Lutheran and share in the joy of what it means to involved in our Christ centered mission.
FAITH DAYCARE & PRESCHOOL
Give a warm Welcome to our FLC Daycare and Preschool families, friends, students and their FLC teachers this morning. The students from our Ladybug, Honey Bee and Butterfly classes are here to sing today. They will be joining us in worship at our 10:00 a.m. service.
SEEDS OF FAITH
Seeds of Faith Group will meet the third Saturday, August 17th at 8:30 a.m. to work in the garden. The garden looks wonderful. Thanks to the on going help from Lisa, Kevin, Tom, Joe, Chris, and Brian. They replenished and turned in some new soil. Kevin and other FLC members keep the garden watered daily. Tom planted seeds (corn, tomatoes, and cantaloupe) and the Sunday school children planted sunflower seeds.
SUMMER FAMILY NIGHT: SHOUT FOR THE LORD!!
“Growing Family Faith”
You and your family are invited to a Family Fellowship Event Sunday, June 30th, 4:00pm—6:00pm at FLC.
Singing, Bible Storytime, Crafts, and Games. For more information about this event grab a flyer on the announcement tables and share them with your friends and family.
JULY 4TH FLOAT
Sign-up on the announcement wall to ride on FLC’s entry in the La Verne Independence Day Parade float on Thursday, July 4th.
The parade starts at 10:00 am. Contact Joe Pike at 760 985-6049 for more information and float location.
We are normally meeting twice a month on Sunday evenings at 6:00pm. A light dinner, games, planning for future events and just plain fun and fellowship together. This Sunday June 30th the day of our SUMMER FAMILY FELLOWSHIP EVENT.
We are working on our July and August schedules. July 4th parade in La Verne and a Newport Harbor Beach evening in July or August.
FAITH CALL COMMITTEE
The next Call Committee meeting will be held on July 9th. Last month they selected a Committee Chair, Hal Fredericksen, Vice Chair, Doug Halvorsen, Recording Secretary, Dan Ambrosini, and Communication Liaison, Bob Velker and Lisa Cahill as an alternate. Throughout this process of transition your prayers, your engagement in ministry, your support of the fellowship is most vital. Now is the time be involved in this most special of Christian fellowships that we call Faith Lutheran.
Throughout this entire process you are encouraged to pray, pray, pray, for God’s leading, for the Call Committee and for the pastoral candidates.
Pentecost Sunday, June 9th our Confirmation group, Zackary Batrez, Soren Vaaler, Marissa Otero will be looking forward to the day when they make “Affirmation of their Faith.”
We celebrate our Faith high School graduates. Beautiful Quilts will be presented to FLC’s high school graduates, Grace Crowther,
Kaylee Edwards, William Jacobson, Gunnar Klenske, Brian Patkos, and Julian Schubert. The quilts will be on display outside side prior to the start of worship service.
Please use the fabric pens provided to trace your hand and sign the
quilts. Write a message of encouragement if you like.
BE THE MATCH
Faith Lutheran Church will be the site of an event encouraging people to join the national bone marrow registry on Sunday, June 2nd from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. See flier on the announcement table for more information. The website is www.bethematchfoundation.org/goto/RoyalHomes
SPECIAL CONGREGATIONAL MEETING :
Join us this morning at our first Cinco de Mayo potluck around 11:15 a.m.
Bring your favorite dish to share or just come and enjoy the fellowship and participate in the next steps of our FLC transition process following our10:00 am worship service.
The congregation will have our first vote on the Faith Lutheran Church Constitution and ratify the members of our call committee, Dan Ambrosini, Lisa Cahill, Hal Fredericksen, Doug Halvorsen, Patrice Heuring, Marge Hribar, Brian Powers, and Bob Velker.
Maundy Thursday, April 18th Worship is at 7:00 pm
Good Friday, April 19th Worship is at 7:00 pm
Sunday, April 21st
Worship Services start at
8:30 am and 10:00 am
Easter Egg Hunts and Lady Bug release will follow after each worship service for all children.
Our Men of Faith Group will host Easter Sunday Breakfast from 9:15—10:15 am
Season of Lent Schedule on Fridays:
Journey with Jesus to the Cross
Fridays: April 12
Soup Supper: 6:00pm
Lenten Worship: 7:00pm
Small Group Bible: 7:30pm
PALM SUNDAY, April 14th
Worship Services at 8:30 am and 10:00 am
Our Youth will host a Palm Sunday Breakfast from 9 - 11:30 am
St Patrick's Day
Everyone is invited to participate in our first ever St Patrick’s Day Pot Luck this Sunday March 17, 2019. It will take place between first and second services. Sign up sheets are on the board.
Wear green if you don’t want to be pinched! For more information contact Laura Ortega, 626 893-5496
Come join our Teen Youth Group, on Sunday evenings at 6:00 pm. Their next meeting is Sunday, March 17th.
Our Youth have a few events coming up this spring during our Lenten Season. Night of Champions (3/23), Palm Sunday Youth Breakfast (4/14), Easter Egg Roll for the Preschool & community (4/20).
Jesus is Our Treasure
But we have this treasure in clay jars, so that it may be made clear
that this extraordinary power belongs to God and does not come from us.
2 Corinthians 4:7
In my travels as an Interim Pastor I bring with me treasures that I have been given.
Cards, crosses, chalices, and a clay jar. A clay jar, yes, an ordinary, or not so ordinary clay jar that was given to me by a young preschooler, who treasured this clay jar and who gave it to me in sacrifice and much love. So, this clay jar travels with me, to remind me of that young person, but also, to remind me of where I come from and whose I am.
It is a very ordinary clay jar and not necessarily in its own right. It is brownish and ill shaped. Its beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
It is beautiful, a treasure of earth, love and sacrifice.
In the season of Lent, there are a host of references to the place and plot of humanity, of human souls. Made from the dust of the earth, the ash of the earth is traced on our foreheads. We are reminded from whence we have come and where will go.
A clay jar is thrown from the earth, but it is shaped by human hands, young or old is does not matter, the creation is always unique and special, just as we are unique and special in the eyes of our creator God.
It takes time to create these clay jars and often they are recreated before the final product is satisfied. Call them redeemed, time over, by the creator. Just as we are redeemed time over by our Savior, Jesus.
I am treasured by God. As a person created and redeemed, I know this treasure because of the one whom I treasure, my Savior, Jesus Christ. In an often-repeated mantra, I will say to my confirmation classes. You, each one of you, “are a person of worth, created in the image of God, to relate and to live.” In fact, this is the little phrase that resides in my clay jar. Another gift that I had received, from a parish member, years back, a gift of words. Words of affirmation, words that I treasure, words that remind me that Jesus is my treasure.
All power belongs to God, and we are called unique and special by our creator. We hold this truth as in a clay jar, ready to be held, honored and revered. Jesus is our treasure.
“I am, a person of worth, created and redeemed in the image God, to relate and to live!”
Interim Pastor, Faith Lutheran Church, San Dimas
Support the Altar Guild on March 3rd. Bake and Buy delicious goodies between worship services.
All donations will be used towards the provisions of worship throughout the year.
WOMEN OF FAITH
Calling all women to participate in Women of Faith meeting on March 2nd. The women will read and discuss the Words of John the Apostle and their future events this spring.
Southwest California Synod Spring Conference Assembly on Wednesday, February 20th, 6:00—8:00 p.m. At St Mark’s Lutheran Church in Hacienda Heights. If you’d like to join Pastor Beard and others from the congregation please speak to Pastor today.
Please make note Worship On Wednesday Evening (WOW) will be cancelled for assembly and resume the following Wednesday, Feb. 27th at 7:00 p.m.
Faith Lutheran Church Directory for 2019 has been updated. Directory copies may be picked up today. They are on the announcement tables outside.
SOUP BOWL SUNDAY THANKS
Soup Bowl Sunday was a success and fun!
Soup was brought in last Sunday to represent the two teams playing in the Super Bowl. Most families brought soup and other items in support of the Los Angeles, Rams. Although they didn’t take home the win in their Sunday game those in need will be well fed by all your donations. Thank you!
All gifts will help the people of our community through our local emergency food pantry and also for those in need who visit during the week. Donations are collected weekly and taken to the local pantry twice a month.
GIVING STATEMENTS & ENVELOPES
Don’t forget to pick up your Offering envelopes for 2019. Envelopes can be used for all ages. A sign-up sheet is also available there if you do not see a set with your name on it. Offering envelopes provide privacy at worship and help provide you with a giving statement.
All Giving Statements have been mailed. Please call Rena Li at 909 599-3126 if you have any questions.
Making All Things New at Faith Lutheran Church
"See I am making all things new" Revelation 21:5
Our God comes in time…and not always in the grand nor the glorious. Sometimes…often times in the quieter, smaller moments. God came in the stillness of a stable. God comes in a child born for the fall and the rising of many. God comes in the midst
of the not so holy…on the crosses of our neglect. God comes to save, nonetheless, and God comes for you in a time and a place.
As we begin this new year, I pray that as members of Faith Lutheran will experience the abundance of God’s grace as Jesus lifts from within our hearts and souls the very best of gifts that have already been lavished upon us by our Creator. I pray for the continued renewal of our parish as we experience the call of Jesus to make all things new. Let us place our hope in the leading of our Lord where our relationships and ministry will be turned around, where vision will be restored, where joy will prevail and where true happiness will reign.
I pray that God will continue to bless our ministry at Faith Lutheran. We are blessed to share the greatest news of our time, the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. As we move forward in this time of interim transition, let me encourage you to pray for our “MET Team” members as they create the documents that will be used for the call of your next pastor. Pray for our Council members as they seek to lead Faith Lutheran into the new tomorrow. Look for ways to be engaged in the study of God’s Word. Be diligent in your prayers. Delight in the ministry of our Worship. Continue to offer your support for our social Outreach connections as we share our gifts with the needy and hungry in our community.
L.I.F.T. YOUTH MEETING
Mark your calendars for upcoming Youth Meetings at 6:00pm Sunday, Jan. 13th and Jan. 27th. All teens are welcome! Call or text Pastor Dave or more info at 925 216-6560
FLC BUSINESS MEETING
Members of Faith Lutheran Church will gather for our Annual Potluck (sign-up at FLC) Luncheon and Business Meeting at approximately 11:15 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27th.
We will install new church council members, adopt a budget for 2019, elect voting members of our synod and conference assemblies, and elect a nominating committee for the coming year.
EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY
Donate to the FLC Emergency Food Pantry . We collect non-perishable food to give to those in need who visit the church during the week and to a local food pantry that provides food, clothing and resource assistants to all in need for the surrounding communities. Our FLC Preschool children and families donate weekly during their chapel time with Pastor. Donations are collected in a large basket in the Narthex. Items are delivered to the pantry twice a month.
Worship December 30th at 9:15am
Thank you to all the wonderful families at our FLC Daycare and Preschool and our FLC families for providing Christmas gifts for the folks at Casa Bonita. A group of ladies came in on Wednesday for two hours and wrapped all the gifts. On Friday our Preschool classes delivered the gifts and sang Christmas Songs to the folks that live at Casa Bonita. Special thanks to our organizer Cheri Tyler!
Thank you to those who baked cookies and purchased gifts for the boys at Leroy Haynes’, Swain Cottage. On Tuesday evening a group joined together to wrap all the Christmas gifts at Leroy Haynes, Center. Special thanks to our organizer Doug Halvorsen!
On December 16th a group gathered together for a joyous evening of Christmas caroling. They went to local homes of folks from our church to share some Christmas joy. Afterwards the group came back to have delicious, homemade Mexican hot chocolate and cookies.
Special thanks to those who shared their beautiful Manger Scenes in the narthex during the Sundays of Advent. There was a variety on display from many places and all made from different types of materials. Some traveled from Thailand, Prague and Kenya to name a few. Each made from intricate materials such as granite, banana bark, goat hair, a pop up book and more.
The Traditional crèche has a rich history. Saint Francis of Assisi is credited with creating the first nativity scene in the year of 1223 (a "living" one) intending thereby to cultivate the worship of Christ.
Friday, December 14th The Women of Faith delivered our 5th collection of gifts for the House of Ruth Christmas Store for survivors of domestic violence.
Please place your gifts in the box provided at FLC by Wednesday, December 19th. They will be distributed by Love I.N.C. (In the Name of Christ).
Tuesday, December 18th, wrapping of the Christmas gifts at Leroy Haynes, 5:30-7:30 pm
We are buying gifts for Swain Cottage which houses twelve boys from 11-15 at the Leroy Haynes Center for Christmas.
You may sign-up to be responsible for one gift or as many as you like.
The maximum expenditure on any one gift is in the range of $35.
We will also supply all 6 cottages with homemade cookies.
Sign-up on the announcement board at church for presents and for homemade cookies.
Contact Doug Halvorsen at 626-532-0576 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Our church is a caring church where we feel accepted by not only our Lord, but also each other. These are just some of the words our team has gathered from our meetings and activities with you. As we work on finding more of the right words to describe ourselves to a prospective pastor, we will share more with you. This step is almost complete and we will begin next examining what characteristics we will be seeking in our next pastor.
Everyone had a wonderful 8th Annual Family Harvest Festival in October as a gift to the young children of our community and our FLC pre-school.
We had a petting zoo, pony rides, 6 games with prizes, a bounce house, three costume parades with candy stations, face painting, a balloon artist, pumpkin decorating, 3 costume and candy parades. We served corn, hot dogs, chips, popcorn, snow cones, and beverages.
We had craft making, family photos printed on the spot, and more!
Our thanks to organizer Doug Halvorsen and the FLC groups and members who volunteered to make it happen. We had a tremendous volunteer turnout as well.
It was a great day!
Come and hear the children sing. The Lady Bug and Honey Bee Classes and their families will be with us today at our 10:00 a.m. Worship service. They’ve practiced new songs with Pastor Dave during their weekly chapel time and are excited to share with us today! Give a warm welcome to the wonderful families of our Faith Pre-school and Day Care, Lady Bugs and Honey Bees.
On Sunday, November 4th we will be reading the names of all those who have died in Christ in the past year. If you have a name you’d like to add. Please contact the church office at 599.3978 or email at email@example.com
Meet us at Faith Lutheran Church for the First Saturday Night Out (FSNO)! Singles, couples and others are welcome. We will meet November 3rd Everyone has a say in where we go to eat. A different restaurant every month! No McDonalds!
RSVP to Sam @ 909 720-4028
All children in pre-school through 6th grade are welcome. The children will leave after the Children’s Sermon at our 10:00 a.m. worship service.
The teachers are excited and preparing their lessons for the upcoming months. Sunday School Teachers and Children will have a special blessing and prayer on Sunday, October 7th.
Next L.I.F.T. Meeting will be held November 18th at 7:00 p.m. All high schoolers, confirmation students and their friends are invited. The group will meet twice a month for a bible study and fun activities. . Call the church office at 909. 599.3978 to learn more about the L.I.F.T. program.
FLC Preschool class sing during our 10:00AM worship service on October 14th.
FLC Preschool classes, Lady Bugs and Honey Bees will sing during our 10:00a.am worship service.
In the late afternoon we will host our annual Harvest Festival. Be on the watch for upcoming details.
The MET team has hit the ground running and members are already gathering demographic data for our MSP, Ministry Site Profile. On Sunday, September 23rd come hear a temple talk by our team leader, Cathy Maddaford, during both services, and learn about the team’s purpose and current projects. Then after the services come meet our team members at the MET Team table, the first of various forums the team will be using to gather important information throughout this transition. We need your help in answering questions so that we can paint an accurate picture of who we are for the church profile. Use this opportunity to ask your questions as well and exchange ideas with us!
We will also be visiting our focus groups soon to provide another forum for gathering information about our group ministries.
We look forward to seeing you! If you missed us at these forums or you prefer to write to us we have a MET Team email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 20th: First Communion Class. Talk to Pastor Dave Beard
Oct. 23rd MOVE! Low–Stress Exercise. Talk to Debra Nunnally
This is Holy Ground. We’re standing on Holy Ground;
For the Lord is present and where God is, is Holy.
This is Holy Ground. We’re standing on Holy Ground;
For the Lord is present and where God is, is Holy.
Song text: Christopher Beatty
To the people of Faith Lutheran Church,
Grace, mercy, and peace be with you!
Finding yourself in the In-Between places is not always comfortable. Those times can be a bit challenging, disconcerting. That is where we are at in the life of our parish at this moment…that In-Between Time.
While there is a certain amount of anxiety, this is also the time to lean into the challenge and to reimagine the future of our congregation, our mission and ministry.
A Holy Conversation
In-Between times can become sacred space. I would like to invite you to consider this sacred space as a time for “Holy Conversation”. Holy Conversation is compassionate and prayerful conversation, that acknowledges the voice of every person. It is respectful conversation that “listens” to the thoughts and ideas of others. It is “Holy” because it is God led and Spirit fed conversation, that prayerfully considers God’s grace filled call.
When Moses encountered God at the burning bush, God said, “Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.” (Exodus 3:5) And then God spoke to Moses and confirmed his covenant with the people of Israel. In that “Holy Conversation” Moses was empowered to lead the people out of their bondage into the freedom of a new land. It was a new beginning, of a long journey of faith. It started with the “Holy Conversation”.
Grace for the Journey
Our Holy Conversation for this journey will ask:
•Who are we?
•What has God called us to do or be?
•Who are our neighbors?
We will also center our journey and conversation around the “Five Developmental Tasks” that I introduced in last month’s newsletter. Our newly appointed Ministry Exploration Team, (MET) will key off these five focus points as they create experiences, events, and times for “Holy Conversation”. We will acknowledge the importance of our congregational history through appreciative and attentive inquiry, listening to the stories of our experience at Faith Lutheran. We will consider our identity, creating a sacred space to imagine what the Spirit is calling forth. Deepening our conversations, lifting our current practices, values and core convictions. We will look at our connections to our community, our neighbors and friends, the people in our back yard as well as our relationship with other faith groups and our relationship with local Lutheran congregations, the ELCA and the Southwest Synod. We will review the membership needs and our organization while committing to new leadership and a new future. All of this is to be done in prayerful, “Holy Conversation” with our God, inspired by the Holy Spirit, and guided by the teachings of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
I hope that you are beginning to sense the season of excitement, that feeling of joy, the transformation of our imaginations…and our movement into our “Holy Conversation”.
In the joy of Jesus,
Pastor Dave Beard
Welcome Pastor Beard
Last Sunday we had a wonderful morning of worship with our new Interim Pastor, Pastor David Beard and an informal continental breakfast between services to welcome pastor. Thanks to all those who came and everyone that organized the morning gathering. Pastor Beard’s week started with two Sunday worship services, Wednesday Evening Bible study and Chapel time (Pictured) with our FLC preschool Wednesday and Thursday morning. If you missed last Sunday, don’t worry Pastor Beard will be “tenting amongst us for awhile…” and yes, that is a tent set up on our altar! Pastor Beard just finished serving as Interim Pastor at Faith Lutheran Church in Menifee. He will serve as Interim Pastor for around one year until the congregation calls a permanent Pastor.
PASTORAL TRANSITION AND CALL PROCESS
Two committees will form over the coming months that, with the assistance of the Synod, will lead the congregation through an established call process. A Mission Exploration Team will firststudy and reflect on the congregation, our surrounding communities, and mission opportunities.The MET team's findings will be used to help identify our Pastoral needs. A Call Committee will then evaluate potential candidates and ultimately present its recommendation to the Congregation for approval at a congregational meeting. Please pray for God's guidance through the formation and work of these committees. Contact congregation President, Paula Ambrosini, at 909-994-9817 or email@example.com, with any questions.
Women of Faith Collected School Backpacks and Supplies
Special thanks to all who contributed backpacks and school supplies. The Women of Faith donated to Love INC (In the Name of Christ)..
Contact Nancy Brewster at 626 484-5894 for more info about the work of the Women of Faith.
SHARE YOUR FAITH STORY
How did you first come to a life of faith in Jesus Christ? What keeps you close to God? Have you every wavered? What brought you back? Everyone has a faith story. We are looking for a few people to share theirs.
Would you be willing to share your story of faith with the congregation, either in person at worship or on video? Contact Pastor Berkedal to find out how you can share your story at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 909 599-3978.
HOW TO DO FAMILY DEVOTIONS ON THE FLY
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WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE MUSIC FOR THE LORD?
Contact Dan Ambrosini at aambrosini.daniel @gmail.com or at (909) 392-8400 about singing or playing in our vocal and instrumental groups!
FOOD PANTRY SUPPORT
We set a goal of giving 4,000 lbs. of food, including some of the produce from our Seeds of Faith garden, and personal hygiene items, to our local emergency food pantry in 2018! Please give food to help the people who need our help in the name of Jesus Christ. Food that does not need cooking, small water bottles, canned food, staple food, easy-to-prepare food, diapers and personal hygiene items are much needed.
If you prefer, you can contribute funds and volunteers will shop for you.
SEEDS OF FAITH GARDEN
Our Seeds of Faith Organic Garden group gathers at the garden at FLC on the third Saturday of every month. Come and learn how to grow your own food and care for Creation. Contact Lisa Blair at 626 422-9097 or at lisamblair127@ yahoo.com for more information
STEWARDSHIP IN 2018
Are you rich towards God? Could you live on ten times your current giving?
First fruits (the first check you write after income), proportional (based on a percentage of that income) growth giving (leading to 10% (a tithe) and beyond) is the Biblical standard.
With the stocks at or near all-time highs, gifts of appreciated stock directly to FLC may have tax advantages. Consult with your financial advisor to see if this may be effective stewardship for you.
Live by faith each day for Jesus.
FLC STUDY GROUP
The FLC Study Group gathers at 12:30 p.m. on Mondays in the Conference Room. Once a month fellowship takes place with a byo lunch at 12 noon. Participants are welcome to drop in at any time. Contact Sam Kamler at email@example.com for info.
SING IN OUR ADULT LITURGICAL CHOIR
"One who sings prays twice" - Augustine
Come and sing in our Adult Liturgical Choir and support the worship of our congregation. Rehearsals are held in FLC Thursdays in 7:00 p.m. in our main worship building. Click here for an informative flier including the many benefits of singing in a church choir.
Contact Director Dan Ambrosini at firstname.lastname@example.org or (909) 392-8400 with questions or for more info. Or, just come to a practice and see for yourself!
Come and worship with us Sundays at 8:30 a.m. or 10:00 a.m., or Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. Click here for directions. We encourage the presence of children at worship, and we provide free professional child care, a cry room, as well as children's activity sheets. All are welcome.
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Check the links to the left below the line to meet the pastor, tour the church and tour our campus! Welcome!