CHILDREN’S FORMATION NEEDS TEACHERS
Children’s formation (aka Sunday school) is in desperate need of teachers. We use a unique curriculum that allows teachers to work with the same story for several weeks. Workshops include art, cooking, games, computers, music, science, drama, and video. This allows our children to use all of the multiple learning styles and experience the story in various ways. Teachers can sign up to lead these workshops from 1–3 weeks in a row. We need storytellers, workshop leaders, assistant leaders, and snack providers.
Please contact Jimmy Wright ASAP firstname.lastname@example.org
CHILDREN AND FAMILY CORNER
Minecraft Bible Study takes place during the children’s gathering time of the 9:45 service. This week’s lesson will remain a Mystery. Bring your tablet or laptop.
Sunday August 30th immediately following the 9:45 am service in the parlor. This is a very important meeting so please make plans to join us. Childcare will be provided.
If you cannot make this meeting, please contact Jimmy Wright to schedule an appointment email@example.com or 440-985-8981. Thanks!
Family Swim Day
On August 30th we’ll head over to Barton Springs for a family swim day from 1–4 pm. Come and be a part of our family. All are welcome!
by Jimmy Wright
Come and join our family swim day at Barton Springs. August 30th 1–4 pm.
Your contact for this event is … Jimmy Wright firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-985-8981
BACK TO SCHOOL BLESSING
At First English, we believe in blessing people, not backpacks!
All children, youth, teachers and educators are invited to be with us at the 9:45 a.m. service on August 30th for a special back to school blessing. Children and youth, bring your backpacks for a mysterious gift.
WORSHIP SERVICE TIMES UPDATE
FELC Summer Worship time ends Labor Day weekend
with the 9:45 am worship on Sunday, September 6.
On September 13, we return to two worship services
at 8:30 and 11 on Sunday mornings.
Holy Communion will be served at both services.
ELCA Day of Service
Sunday, September 13, 2015
“God’s work. Our hands.” Sunday is an opportunity to celebrate who we are as the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) – one church, freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor.