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.
BBQ & BLUEGRASS - It's not too early to think about BBQ and Bluegrass. This year's event, on Saturday, September 14, will be a fundraiser for C.J. McGuire to help him and his family with ongoing expenses related to his cancer treatment. Set the date aside and make plans to attend and invite friends. Of course, we will need volunteers to help serve.
4TH OF JULY CARDS for the homebound are on the Narthex table for the congregations signatures. Thanks to Brenda Hill for making these patriotic cards.
FATHER’S DAY—JUNE 16TH
A careful man I ought to be;
A little fellow follows me;
I do not dare to go astray
For fear he’ll go the self-same way.
I cannot once escape his eyes;
Whate’er he sees me do, he tries —
Like me, he says, he’s going to be,
The little chap who follows me.
He thinks that I am good and fine,
Believes in every word of mine:
The base in me he must not see,
The little chap who follows me.
I must remember as I go,
Through summer’s sun and winter’s snow,
I’m building for the years to be,
For a little fellow follows me.
Unknown, NewsletterNewsletter June 2003
A WORD ABOUT WASTE:
Republic Services, which does trash and recycle collections for Low's, recently sent a reminder about what constitutes trash vs. recyclables:
Recycle: plastic bottles and containers (#1-#7), wide-mouth plastic containers and lids, rigid plastics, mixed paper/newspaper/inserts, junk mail; computer paper, office paper, colored paper, envelopes; gift wrapping paper (without foil backing); magazines, phone books, paperbacks; cardboard, gift boxes/containers; shoe boxes (flattened); pizza, cereal, good boxes ( no food debris); empty milk and juice boxes/containers; aluminum/steel cans and lids; aluminum foil, ( no food debris); glass bottles and jars of all colors; empty aerosol cans (no paint cans).
Do Not place these items in the recycling container: plastic bags, film or wrap; yard waste, landscape debris, stone/rocks; polystyrene foam; waxed cardboard; rubber or tires; hazardous waste/electronics/paints; glassware, lightbulbs, plate or window glass; clothing or fabric; household garbage or food waste; batteries; ropes, hoses, cords, tarps, or wire; diapers (soiled or clean).
Please be careful when disposing of trash not to put it into the blue recycling bins. Help us recycle by placing empty water bottles and bulletins or other printed matter you choose not to take home into the recycle bins. Thanks for your help.