Sunday School for all ages - 9:45am
Worship with holy communion - 11:00 am
The people of Low's warmly invite you to join our community of faith, as we celebrate the unconditional love of God which is Jesus Christ. Come and experience the joy of sharing in worship, learning, fellowship and ministry to each other, the community, and through our membership in the ELCA, the world! You can browse the pages above for more about Low' s Lutheran Church.
HYMN REQUEST CARDS are in the narthex in front of the suggestion box. If there is a hymn you would like for us to use one Sunday fill out a card and place it in the box. If the hymn is available from our current hymnals or our other worship resources we will use it during the 5th Sunday Service of the Word and Hymns or another appropriate Sunday.
PRAYER REQUESTS - There is a box for prayer requests in the narthex. Please put requests in the box so they can be collected before worship. Please note if you want them in the bulletin.
DEVOTION BOOKLETS FOR LENT are available on the tables in the narthex. The booklet, "Finding Peace in Lent: Reflections on the Saint Francis Peace Prayer", is part of Low's prayer emphasis for Lent. The daily devotions center around St. Francis' famous prayer, which begins, "Lord, make me an instrument of your peace..." The devotions will help sustain your personal prayer life and give you an appreciation for this great prayer. There are 50 copies available, so one per family please.
CHILDREN’S PILLOWCASE PROJECT - Dinosaurs, Ninja Turtles, Paw Patrols, hearts and flowers, fish and dolphins, planets and stars that’s just a few of the variety of creatures and creation that you’d see, if you looked in the boxes of pillowcases being shipped to St. Jude’s Episcopal Mission in Ocean View, Hawaii. Low’s Women of the ELCA have spent 2019 ironing, cutting, pinning, sewing and pressing pillowcases to help Pastor Constance reach her goal of 150 pillowcases for homeless and underserved children in rural and lava ravished areas of the Big Island of Hawaii. So far, 52 pillow cases have been completed, 33 pillowcases are in various stages of being sewn together, and 20 sets of pillowcase piecey-parts are awaiting pressing and pinning. In April, members of Alamance Lutheran Church will begin helping with the project, as well. Our next sewing party will be at Alamance Lutheran Church, who will be donating fabric and sewing labor as they join in the effort. So far the women of Low’s have put in at least 8 hours of monthly meeting time on this project for homeless children. Pastor Constance sends out yards and yards of thanks to all those who have contributed fabric, sweat labor (mostly ironing), cutting, assembling, and sewing time to this project. Just 45 more pillowcases to go!!!