Faith Women





FAITH WOMEN MARCH 2019 MINUTES


Four members met on Thursday, March 14, 2019, at 1:30.

Due to lack of a quorum the meeting was a review of past and future business.

Candace S gave the Treasurer's Report. It was agreed to donate $100 to the B/E Post Prom committee.

Joyce B will attend the 2019 Conference 8 Spring Gathering at United Lutheran in Elbow Lake on April 11th.  If interested in attending please contact one of the Faith Women board members. The theme is “God's gift of Grace”.  Guest Speaker will be Natalie Hanson, a Christian inspirational speaker.

Future events to MARK ON YOUR CALENDER include:

1) Salad and Sandwich Luncheon, bake sale, cake walk and Silent Auction on April 7, at 11:30.

2) Mother & Daughter Lunch “Reflections of a Lovely Lady” style show on Saturday, May 11

3)Grill & Chill summer picnic on June 23rd.

           Plans for July 4th are pending

4) Indoor Garage Sale in September.

          

Cake Ala mode and coffee was served by Sandy and Eme.  Next meeting: Thursday, April 11, 2019, in Fellowship Hall.

All women of faith are invited to attend.                               Come as you are.

“ We are called to act with justice. We are called to love tenderly, We are called to serve one another, to walk humbly with God.” Music and lyrics by David Haas


Faith Women Happenings for December 2018

Our Christmas Luncheon “Sounds of the Season” began with a welcome by Candi S. After some announcements she led us in Devotions. Christmas preparations can be the source of a lot of emotion and stress. Just concentrate on the greatest gift of all—His Son.

After the table prayer, we feasted on Rock Cornish game hen and barbeque brisket. Elaine K provided Christmas music during the meal.

The program was presented by the Evansville Christmas Eve Carolers. They interspersed Christmas carol sing-a-longs with reminisces of their years of caroling as a group. Beginning as Girl Scouts and continuing for several years, they brought Christmas cheer, friendship and hope to Evansville folks. No matter the weather they made the rounds. From year to year they observed changes in Evansville—some houses empty, some who had moved away.

Now widely scattered, they gathered together for this special event, coming from as far away as Hawaii. You must really love the Carolers to trade Hawaii for Minnesota—even for a few days.

The program closed with Candi S reading “Caroling in the Snow” by Beverly Mortenson Athey.

St Lucia (Kellany & Lydia) brought cookies to go with the festive peppermint ice cream for dessert.

2019 Prayer Partners were selected. Prayer Partner gifts were distributed from beneath the tree.

It was a wonderful time of food, fellowship, remembering, and counting our blessings.

Cookie Day Planning – 40 dozen cookies are needed to provide some Christmas cheer for those we don’t see very often. A sign-up sheet in the Narthex is available to help us plan. Please bring cookies to fellowship hall by 9 am Sunday December 23rd. Cookies will be assembled. Help with delivery will be greatly appreciated. As you leave pick up cookies for friends or neighbors.

Karen H                  Secretary