FoC Covid19 Update

WORSHIP THIS SUNDAY:

SUNDAY, May 16:

8:30am- In-Person Worship with Holy Communion (Reservation Required)

10:00am- Livestream Worship on our YouTube Channel & In-Person (Reservation Required).

OTHER WORSHIP INFOMATION

HOLY COMMUNION will be celebrated during livestream worship this Sunday, May 16 and again on May 23.  Please prepare a special bread and special wine/grape juice on this Sunday to share with those in your home who regularly commune.

ALTAR FLOWERS  A gift of flowers for Sunday worship is a lovely and meaningful way to remember a loved one, a special occasion, or a blessing received. For a very affordable $25, we will create a beautiful fresh arrangement to adorn the altar, which you may take home after Sunday worship, if you’d like. Sign up HERE. *If you do take the flowers home, we ask that you later return the vase to the church during regular office hours.

PASTORAL CARE & PRAYER REQUESTS  Reach out to Pastor Josh or Pastor Kimberly with any prayer concerns or troubles you may be facing.  If there is something they can do to help you, they sure will try, and that goes for the church staff and the church council too.  Use their emails, cell phones numbers or leave a message on the church phone (952-934-5659) and they will get back to you.

ANNOUNCMENTS:

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Click HERE to view this week’s Family News.

MAY-TERM 2021 CONTINUES- Sign up TODAY!

CLICK HERE for information and to register for the following MayTerm opportunities:

“Climate Change – a Matter of Faith,” Movie Nights and a Student/Parent Book Club sponsored by our Micah 6:8 (Educating & Advocating for Racial Justice) Team, Wood Whittling, Intro to Pickleball, Service Projects for all ages, Adult Book Study, Yoga, Pandemic and it’s affect on Mental Health, Canvas Shoe art and More!

Questions?  Contact Leann Thompson, Director of Faith Formation.

NOW HIRING A NEW POSITION ON THE FOC STAFF  Click HERE for more information about the church bookkeeper/receptionist position here at Family of Christ.  Email Pr. Josh Nelson with any questions or to submit your resume.

FAMILY OF CHRIST ALL-CHURCH MUSICAL REVUE — It’s been a fun few weeks of sharing Musical Memory Mondays and Fabulous Finale Fridays via Facebook.  We invited you to join us in putting together a fun musical revue and we are so excited with the creativity and talent that invitation produced! We invite you to follow THIS LINK to our private church YouTube channel to view the FoC Musical Revue. We so look forward to joining together in person in the coming year to continue making memories!!

SEEDS OF HOPE   Thank you to all who have renewed your sponsorship fees for the 2021 school year.  SoH continues to invite any who are interested in sponsoring students in El Salvador to reach out to the Pastors or visit the Seeds of Hope Website for more information and contact information.

RESULTS OF THE FOC ANNUAL MEETING   We had a great meeting time together after worship on Jan. 31, with some people able to be present in the Sanctuary, while others joined us via Zoom.  We are pleased to announce the results of the election for four council member positions.  Kristi Stoa was elected to serve as President for 2021, which is her fourth year on council.  Hilary Salzwedel was elected as Vice President; Scott Boros was elected as Secretary; and Karin Olson was elected as an At-Large member.  In addition, the following were elected to serve as an Endowment Committee for 2021: Leif Gunderson, Joel Jenkins, Donna Even, and Dawn Fieldseth.  There were presentations and discussion about last year’s financial report, and then a vote of approval over the 2021 budget spending plan.  Please read through Family of Christ’s Annual Report by CLICKING HERE.

MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS:

MENTAL HEALTH & WELLNESS PAGE– Please check out our Mental Health & Wellness page where we list a variety of resources.  We will be updating and adding to this page often so be sure to check back to see what may be new.

Take-Care-Tuesdays

TAKE CARE TUESDAY (care for self, care for others) is our way of emphasizing the need to take care during this pandemic. We will post a short devotional, tip, exercise or prayer that can help you frame your day in a positive light. This weekly morning post will be on FB, Twitter and Instagram (search #takecaretuesday).