The American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Dodge County will be celebrating its 20th year when the annual even is held on June 9, 2018.
They are looking for youth in Dodge County to participate and be involved with the Relay For Life. If you would like to volunteer please sign up at www.relayforlife.org/dodgecone.
Fundraiser Breakfast for
FCCLA National Qualifiers Sunday, May 6th 9:30am – 1:00pm at the Uehling Auditorium
Come enjoy Pancakes, Smokies, Eggs, Biscuits & Gravy, Pastries, Juice & Coffee. Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used for the individuals who did STAR projects (Students Taking Action with Recognition) to compete at the National FCCLA Convention
Sunday’s theme during Redeemer’s worship was “The Good Shepherd”. During the children’s sermon Pastor Schroeder shared pictures drawn by Jean Keaton depicting Jesus with children who have died. He explained that Jesus is our Shepard and that he loves us. Pastor gave the children sheets of paper and crayons and asked them to draw
The movie, I Can Only Imagine is playing at the West Point Community Theatre on Thursday, April 26h @ 7:30 pm! If anyone from Faith Ambassadors is interested, a few people from the Parish are meeting there around 7 pm to see the
There are many steps in the process as FALP prepares for Pastor Joel’s retirement this summer. A first step was taken on March 28 when Pastor Nicki, David Hingst (Transformational Ministry leader), and Sally Oberg (FALP chair), met with Nebraska Synod ELCA Bishop Brian Mass, Rev. Rebecca Sheridan, and Rev. Megan Morrow. Discussion included
Redeemer Lutheran Church in Hooper will change their worship time for Sunday Services beginning May 27th. Worship will be at 9:00 am on Sundays and at 5:30 pm on the first Saturday of each
As announced at worship in February, Pastor Joel will be retiring this coming July. We are grateful for his many years of leadership in our communities. The FALP council has had contact with the Nebraska Synod ELCA office, and a meeting with the Bishop and his staff is scheduled for March 28. Discussion at
The Outstanding Volunteer Service Award is designed to recognize an outstanding individual or group that demonstrates exemplary service to our communities. We are fortunate to have hardworking volunteers and this award aims to recognize those who have given unselfishly of themselves in service to others.
Anyone may nominate an individual or group (youth and/or adult)
On Saturday, April 28, 2018, we will be hosting our 1st Annual Community Homecoming Event – bring the kids, with live music featuring The Front Porch Pickers, wine & beer tasting (fee – must be 21 or over), photo booth, silent auction, serving a light dinner – free will donation, guest speaker and presentation