Things To Do

Immigration and Faith Bible Study Concludes – SUNDAY @ 7pm

Our Immigration and Faith Bible Study will conclude SUNDAY, October 27th at 7pm to avoid a conflict with the Halloween event set-up. 

Halloween Fun Night - Tuesday, October 29 @ 6pm

Several MR High School groups have volunteered for setting up the scenes in our basement, and also to help with running our games. We have cupcakes and many other treats coming. Help is needed in the snack area where kids will be decorating their own cupcake. 

We also could use help with the check-in table where kids will get a treat bag and a flashlight for Halloween. Inside each treat bag, we will put a church logo pen and a flyer with church information on it. We will have a signup if parents want to get more information from our newsletter or weekly email.

Join us even if you can't stay the whole night. We will begin at 5:15 for final set-up and preparations. This is our first year trying this, Pastor has distributed flyers - over 1500 flyers - to the elementary schools in Monmouth, including ICS, and to both United North and West. It should be an exciting time.

First Sunday Sunday School - November 3 @ 9:15am

Join us on the First Sunday of November at 9:15 AM in the Fellowship Hall for our Sunday School for everyone. November 3rd is All Saints Sunday. What is a saint? Who is a saint? How do I become a saint? Join us on November 3rd and learn all about saints and how God has declared all those who believe in Jesus to be saints! 

This exciting Sunday school is for all ages. Come and learn together with grandchildren, neighbor kids, grown up kids, and all who are kids at heart. 

The First Sunday in December will be December 1st. Mark your Calendars now. 

Chili & Oyster Stew Supper – November 10 @ 5pm

Take a night off from cooking, and join us for the annual community Chili & Oyster Stew Supper!  Hot dogs are available for the less adventurous, and the meal will be rounded off with dessert and drinks.  Tickets can be purchased from church members or at the door, with proceeds going to local projects of Women of the ELCA.