VBS for All Ages

Everest Logo LRVBS has something for our infants through 8th grade students and opportunities for 9th graders and older to volunteer in helper and leadership roles. God calls our children to Him (Matthew 19:14) at all stages of their lives and development. VBS at Faith Lutheran Church strives to create opportunities and environments that embrace our children in the comfort of familiarity, while giving them the chance to stretch both socially and in their faith.

Each VBS night is based on a Scripture passage. That passage will set the theme for the night, as kids dive into the Word through song, science, art, games, and discussions.

Little Climber - Our youngest children will have the chance to take part in Everest VBS in our nursery as “Little Climbers!” Their time will be filled with theme- related crafts, singing and moving to the VBS songs, games, and time on the playground. The nursery is open to infants to three-year-olds who may not be ready to participate in VBS yet.

Serving Children and Family Urban Movement

On April 25, Matthew 25 served 50 delicious, hot meals at CFUM (Children and Family Urban Movement). Seven Faith member and two SHYG (Senior High Youth Group) members helped with this event. They included: Severin and Linda Johnson, Amy Fetters, Emma, Becky Mayer, Sharon Opland, and Olivia and Molly.

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Sisters Molly and Olivia filling milk glasses with Amy Fetters  CFUM director, Emma and Amy Fetters, Molly, Severin Johnson, Olivia, and Linda Johnson  Emma, Amy Fetters, Molly, Linda Johnson, Oliva, Severin Johnson  Serving our CFUM meal of meatballs sandwiches, salad, corn, fruit, cookies, and milk.

Meet Messiah Hall Art Gallery's Artist

house smallMarty has been influenced by many great teachers culminating in a love for art that has resulted in a life-long hobby. Marty uses watercolor and pastels to bring life to his artwork. Come see his inspired pieces in Messiah Hall from May 16 - August 15.

 

Nepal Area Earthquake Fund

Nepal.ashxAn earthquake with an estimated magnitude of 7.8 shook Nepal April 25, near its capital, Kathmandu. More than 3,500 people have died and thousands are injured. Lutheran Disaster Response is committed to walking with our brothers and sisters in Nepal, as rescue efforts and assessments continue.

Your gifts are needed to support the emergency response, including the distribution of immediate life-saving supplies such as water, food, shelter and medication to people injured.

Every gift designated to the "Nepal Area Earthquake" through Lutheran Disaster Response will be used entirely – 100 percent – to help those impacted by the quake rebuild their lives and livelihoods. You can help provide comfort, healing and hope in the midst of destruction. To contribute, make your check payable to Faith Lutheran Church and on the memo line write Nepal Area Earthquake