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Lehr Library

The Lehr Library Committee has chosen 16 books relating to World Cultures/Religions and made the books available for checkout from the black cart in the narthex. These books will be available from the cart during the months of August and September 2017.

Juice Cans

The altar guild is in need of large metal juice cans (tomato juice cans) to be used for sending the altar flowers home with people. Please drop them off in the sacristy or the church office. Thanks!

Lunch Sack Door Ministry

Last fall, we requested donations of items we use to pack sack lunches for our door ministry. Your generosity was outstanding, but we could use some help again obtaining items for the lunches. The items we use are: bottled water, a juice box or pouch, a package of tuna, a granola bar, a package of peanut butter or cheese crackers, a single-serving apple sauce or fruit, and some type of treat (such as Little Debbie snack). There is a picture on the kiosk in the narthex showing a typical lunch. If you can donate any of these items, it will help defray the cost of the supplies. Please consider contributing to this ministry. If you have questions see Robbie Robison or Sharon Semler.

Extra Produce?

The Community Garden team has been delivering herbs and veggies, weekly, to Table Grace Café for their cooking needs. If anyone has more produce growing than can be consumed, please consider donating your extras. A basket has been placed in the narthex for veggie collection. Someone from the community garden team will be glad to deliver your donation to Table Grace or Project Hope weekly.

 

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Welcome to Omaha & Home!

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Thursday afternoon, July 23rd, we met our refugee family at the airport and accompanied them to their new home. Please keep this family in your thoughts and prayers as they face the many challenges and adjustments to their new lives.

Pictured Back Row L-R: Jean Wreschnig, Mary Beth Johnson, Maw Tin, Mar Ko Paw, Jester (their LFS caseworker), Cheri Higgins and Karen Stiles.

Front Row L-R: Eh Sa Cher (2), Eh Tha Kue (5), Thaw Ree Moo (8), Kay Htoo (11), and Ku Nay Htoo (9).

 

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Pride Parade &

Information Booth

 

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