Can You Help?
Your quarterly offering
envelops and statements are available in the narthex. Please
provide you current email address to the church office. If you do not
receive the newsletter via email please check your junk mail and/or option
to allow emails from:
We're using SignUp.com to organize our upcoming our Sunday
worship opportunities. Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
Stations of the Cross
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Click this link to see our SignUp on SignUp.com:
2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
3) Sign up!
It's Easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on
Note: SignUp.com does not share your email address with
anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact the
church office (728-4229) and we can sign you up manually.
(www.burtonforge.com) installed our new Stations of the
Cross in 2013. Dale was
commissioned by Concordia to design and construct these Stations, which
are in keeping with our architecture and especially our crucifix. The cost
of these new Stations has been covered by memorials and honoraria.
Can You Help?
Please contact the church
office 728-4229 (unless a specific contact is listed), if you can help
with any of the following ministries.
Meals-on-Wheels: Concordia Route
Volunteer in the Woodland area one or more days/month. Help is needed
M-F beginning at 10:30 am. Contact Peggy at 724-0837.
Prayer Shawls Needed
As a vital part of our ministry
here at Concordia, we give prayer shawls to people who need prayers and
support. We have patterns in the office for either knitting or crocheting.
You can also use your own pattern. Shawls can be dropped off at the office.
Caring Ministries: Visit members,
send cards and help people to appointments.
Communion Bread Bakers Needed
standard practice for for the Lord's Supper will be using bread made by our
members and wine poured from a common chalice. If you would like to
bake bread for an upcoming service, we have a sign up sheet and the recipe
posted near the bathroom in the Narthex. The recipe is also on the