Joan Friel

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The Focus Newsletter – October 2019

The October 2019 edition of The Focus Newsletter is now available online. To go to the newsletter now, click on this link: The Focus – October 2019 For archived issues of The Focus, see the menu under the “About” tab. Share this:FacebookTwitterEmail

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Raze the Roof Campaign – Oct. 13 thru Nov. 15

All things are possible for one who believes. Mark 9:23. As you probably are aware, we repaired a roof leak in Anderson Hall in May, 2019. That roof, the Narthex lower roof, and the Office wing roof need to be replaced or we’ll be facing another leak soon. So, let’s fix them now. Here is …

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Banner for All Saints Sunday

An OSLC tradition returns! We are again creating a processional banner, featuring a collage of names of those members of the Body of Christ who, although no longer with us, continue to play important roles in our walks of faith. You are invited to write the name or names of these departed saints on the …

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Announcing OSLC Transition Pastor Jim Kruse

The OSLC Council, in partnership with the NW Washington Synod, is pleased to announce the appointment of Pastor Jim Kruse to the position of Transition Pastor at Our Savior Lutheran Church. Pastor Jim grew up in Colorado and Hawaii, and graduated from Valparaiso University in Indiana. He earned a Master of Divinity degree from Christ …

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Fall Clean-Up Event – Saturday, September 28th

This Saturday, September 28th, will be our annual fall clean-up, and we can use all the help we can get! Most of the work will be outside but some will be inside so all levels of talent are welcome. We’ll be working on both the outside and the inside of the church, as well as …

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The Focus Newsletter – September 2019

The September 2019 edition of The Focus Newsletter is now available online. To go to the newsletter now, click on this link: The Focus – September 2019 For archived issues of The Focus, see the menu under the “About” tab. Share this:FacebookTwitterEmail

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The Focus Newsletter – Summer 2019

The Summer 2019 edition of The Focus Newsletter is now available online. To go to the newsletter now, click on this link: The Focus – Summer 2019. For archived issues of The Focus, see the menu under the “About” tab. Share this:FacebookTwitterEmail

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The Focus Newsletter – June 2019

The June 2019 edition of The Focus Newsletter is now available online. To go to the newsletter now, click on this link: The Focus – June 2019. For archived issues of The Focus, see the menu under the “About” tab. Share this:FacebookTwitterEmail

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Community Outreach – Issaquah Meals Program

The Issaquah Meals Program is looking for a group of people (4-5 over the age of 15) to cook and serve dinner one night every other month. OSLC already participates one night per month, so this would be in addition to our current participation. Please contact Cheryl Leiter or Connie Fletcher if you are able …

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VBS 2019 – Volunteers Still Needed!

VBS 2019 is coming up this summer (July 12-15, 9am to noon, at St. Andrews Lutheran Church), and the co-leaders Beth and Mary have been busily recruiting volunteers, but are still in need of a few key spots.  We still need another adult who would be willing to work with the Campers—the older kids who …

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