Love Everyone, always
Coffee Before Worship
Before worship, around 9 am, join us for coffee/donut fellowship time (BYOC/D) on Zoom. We look forward to welcoming everyone in our community. Please think about joining in and saying hi to your brothers and sisters. That gathering can be found here:
Dear Parents of 12th, 8th, 5th, and Kindergarten Grad’s,
In keeping with ILC traditions, I’ll be putting together a display/presentation to highlight our promoting students. Please email me a recent picture of your student. Please also include the school that they are leaving and where they will attend in the fall. Send it all to me by May 16th. (Seniors: include plans for after high school)
This has been a very challenging year of school for your students and you as parents/guardians. It would be really nice to have all of these students pictured in the presentation. Please contact me, at email@example.com or call 858-232-2141 if you have questions.
A Message from Dr. Brent Brown
Our Council President would like to stress,
"Please look into getting the vaccine as soon as possible if safe for you to do so. The faster we all get vaccines safely the faster we can have more people in church."
National Brain Tumor Society
Every year, our family is comitted to raising money and awareness for the National Brain Tumor Society in memory of our daughter, Lauren. Lauren passed away almost six years ago after an eight month battle with brain cancer, and I think about how precious life is as I miss her sassy personality everyday. Please help us help those who are affflicted with this deadly disease. This year, you can take part in our virtual walk anywhere in the country! So please join us on this special day when we remember Lauren and support all those who are fighting this illness. Thank you for your support and please consider tuning in as we honor this community on May 2nd. For more information on the National Brain Tumor Society, visit www.braintumor.org.
Incarnation Lutheran remains committed to supporting this wonderful cause, and we ask you to prayerfully consider joining us!
Training Update: Here is what our Stephen Ministers are studying this week. Please continue to pray for our Stephen Leaders and Stephen Ministers as the training nears completion.
“Bringing the Caring Relationshp to a Close” - Stephen Ministry relationships go on until the crisis is past, the need for care is diminished (not necessarily completely over), and the care receiver is able to cope on his or her own. Our Stephen Ministers explore how to know when it is time to bring closure to a caring relationship in a healthy way. If you are going through a particularly difficult period and would like to pursue the idea of meeting with a Stephen Minister on a regular basis, please call Deacon Mindy or one of the Pastors.
Hygiene Supplies Needed! Interfaith is low on hygiene supplies, shampoo, deodorant, bar soap. There is also a need for new or gently used blankets. Thank you for your consistent generosity!
Food Drop off for Interfaith Community Services Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday between 9:00 and 11:00 in the morning, volunteers are in the parking lot to move groceries and take all the donations to ICS.