(This youth gathering takes place July 5th to July 9th, 2019).
Do you know someone who is a youth or young adult? Please share this video about the 2019 National Youth Gathering with them! Early bird registration starts soon!
Tickets on sale November 11th, 18th, and 25th.
Please refer to bulletin board for ticket prices.
The Best Defense Youth Retreat is November 2-4, 2018 in Calgary! If any youth (ages 12-18 or grades 7-12) are interested, there is an information night on September 7, 7 pm at Riverbend Lutheran Church. There will be games, snacks, a devotion with Pastor Eric Moffatt, and more! All youth and leaders are welcome! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or to RSVP. You can also go to www.lutheranyouthretreat.ca.
IGNITE IS A LUTHERAN YOUNG ADULT GROUP (ages 18-30) that meets twice monthly on Saturdays from 7-9:30pm for activity nights, devotions, Bible study, prayer, as well as volunteering as a group through local ministries. If you would like more information, visit their Facebook page at Ignite Lutheran Young Adults group or contact Alida Leicht at 780-242-2511 or Levi Hennig at 587-991-9267.
The Mustard Seed’s Evening Meal Program feeds 300-350 people each night, Monday through Saturday. If you can help, contact Volunteer Services at 780-426-5600 or VolunteerEdmonton@theseed.ca
ADOPT A STUDENT-You can make a difference to a student studying to become a pastor. Please prayerfully consider supporting a student with prayer, the occasional card and correspondence, and occasional or regular financial contributions. Financial contributions made through Concordia Lutheran Seminary are eligible for a tax receipt. Please visit www.concordiasem.ab.ca or call Kathy at 780-474-1648 ext. 225 for more information about the Adopt A Student program.
Are Lutherans ‘Spiritual’? We hear a lot these days about ‘spirituality’ and we witness people of other faiths expressing their spirituality in various ways. What about Lutherans? In his new book Thank, Praise, Serve, and Obey — Recover the Joys of Piety (CPH, 2017), William Weedon explores eight Godly habits that Lutherans traditionally have used to cultivate a deeper spiritual life. Pastor James Fritsche will be leading a discussion of this book on Wednesday afternoons (at Redeemer Lutheran Church) and Wednesday evenings (at All Saints Lutheran) during the months of October and November. If you wish to participate, please phone the office at Redeemer (780-439-9104) to order your copy of the book ($25.00).”
THE UPCYCLE GROUP IS “UP” AND RUNNING! (PUN INTENDED) Come join in every Thursday evening from 7pm in the Social Room. There will an activity for the kids, and two different projects for the adults. One will be making sleeping mats for the homeless and the other, a craft using recycled and upcycled goods to create a treasure for yourself or a gift for someone special. Speak to Nadine Madill to learn about some of the projects.