Children's Sunday School:
Sunday School for preschool and school age children meets every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. Lessons are a combination of coloring activities, Bible verses, crafts, and songs. Many thanks to all the volunteers who have taught classes over the summer during Jill's recovery. Contact Sabra Custer at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are willing to volunteer to teach a Sunday until Jill is back with us. We miss you Jill; come back soon!
Saran Hasinger has been a blessing with her energy and leadership as we launched a Children's Worship program back in mid-June. We have had at least 5 children participate each Sunday since beginning this program! Children's Worship is available to all children from first grade until they are comfortably able to remain in worship with adults. Saran's natural talents are shining as she leads the older children in singing, Bible verses, and relevant lessons each Sunday. Children's Worship lasts about 30 minutes, commencing after Children's Chatter. We coordinate to bring the children back to the sanctuary toward the end of the service so that they may rejoin their families and participate in communion as desired. Sabra Custer is coordinating volunteers and scheduling for Children's Worship. Contact her at email@example.com if you are interested in volunteering or have questions.
Reformation members and friends meet together and support homeless families in the Midlands by bringing dinner to and eating with about 35 Family Shelter residents each month. We provide dinner on the third Saturday of each month, and have a very flexible process:
The upcoming meal schedule is:
We have learned from Shelter residents how tenuous our living situation can be, and how encouraged and sustained those working to get back on their feet are by our meals and visits.
The Family Shelter provides emergency shelter for up to 90 days for up to 17 families at a time. While at the Shelter, families:
The Family Shelter is part of the continuum of care provided by Homeless No More. Homeless No More also offers Transitional Housing at St. Lawrence Place, a 30-home community offering support services, life skills training and up to two years of housing for families experiencing homelessness, and Live Oak Place provides affordable housing to at-risk families, helping them bridge the gap from transitional housing to independent living.
To volunteer for a meal, or for more information, please contact Ginny Eiwen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 27 – August 2, 2020
Coastal Retreat Center
Isle of Palms SC
Everyone is welcome
Adults & Children
Members & Friends
For Fun Food Fellowship Family Faith
To support and strengthen our church family and friends with a time away for renewal and re-creation.
The COASTAL RETREAT CENTER is located at 2101 Palm Blvd. in beautiful Isle of Palms, SC. Part of the South Carolina Lutheran Retreat Centers, Coastal Retreat offers all the beauty and fun of the beach – conveniently located across from direct beach access - while providing a place apart for renewal and growth. Coastal Retreat also offers convenient access to one of America's most historic cities, Charleston, with its sight-seeing, shopping and restaurants. Coastal Retreat welcomes both retreat groups and conferences! Coastal Retreat is also host to the Road Scholar Program (formerly Elderhostel), a leader in educational adventures.
Coastal Retreat Center is a two-story building with an elevator. There are eleven rooms with two double beds and ten rooms with one queen bed plus one bunk bed. Each room has a private bath. There is a television in the community lounge. "Experience the glory of God's creation" at Coastal Retreat!
2020 Retreat Contacts
Kathy Bupp, email@example.com
Worship and Reflection: Pastor Tim, firstname.lastname@example.org
Click HERE for Brochure/Applicaton
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