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Souper Bowl of Caring 2022 - Sunday, February 13th
The Souper Bowl of Caring inspires youth to work together in the fight against hunger in their communities. Each year, Incarnation’s youth participate on Super Bowl Sunday to raise monetary donations for TACO’s and Interfaith Community Services’ food pantries. This year we hope to top the $2,080 raised last year. Youth will be collecting your donations following the 9:30am worship service on February 13th. Your donations will become a vote for the team you hope will win the Super Bowl game. Students will have collection pots representing the two teams. If you don’t have a favorite in the game, you can put your votes toward the commercials. Everyone is a winner when we do our best to feed those in need. Monetary donations can also be made by mailing a check to church or donating on the church website https://www.godamong.us/giving Please specify that the donation is for the SOUPERBOWL.
NEW AT ILC…Drama Ministry
Feeling a little dramatic lately? Just love to be theatrical. Interested in gaining confidence in front of a group? Then join our new drama ministry group at ILC. We will explore now to share, uplift and encourage God’s Word. Interested? Contact Beckie Steller at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church office. All ages are welcome!
Your 2022 OFFERING ENVELOPES are available on a table in the narthex in alphabetical order. Please pick them up during the Saturday or Sunday Worship. Thank you!
WOW! The cost of groceries is skyrocketing!! Which has cost us a significant decline in food donations. If you are noticing this at the checkout imagine how it’s effecting those who are already food insecure. Feeding our neighbors in need is one of the most important things Jesus tells us to do! We can still do this, if each and every one of you brings a little. Just 3 or 4 cans each week from everybody will make a huge difference. There are often sales on canned meats, hearty soups, beans and vegetables. Let’s get back in the habit of bringing something every time we come to church. Food and hygiene products can be put in the food barrels in the narthex, or in the library, someone is in the front parking lot Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays between 9 and 11 or if you are not comfortable going out just yet, email me and I will pick it up from your front door. email@example.com Thank you for your never ending generosity!!
The Food Donation Team
Weekly Clothing Drive Are your closets and drawers a little tight? Time to bring your donations of good, clean clothing to church for our new "Service after Service" project. This includes men's, women's and children's clothing. No need to sort; just bring the items to the church on Sunday morning, to the church office during the week or to any of the weekday parking lot food collections. Clothing donations will be sorted by the congregation on the first Sunday of the month starting March 6 "after worship service".
Clothing will be donated to TACO and Bridge of Hope San Diego, who serves refugees, including Afghani families. Everyone is welcome to the "service" of making donations and to the "after service" sorting starting March 6 at 10:30.
The purpose of our prayer chain is to provide spiritual support and healing for church members and their families and friends. If you'd like to be a member of our prayer chain or if you would like to submit a prayer request, please notify the church office either by phone or email: 858-487-2225 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helping Girls At Le Foyer de l'Esperance
Our work with street girls continues in Cameroon with our partners at Le Foyer de l'Esperance. Pr. Luther will be in Cameroon from Nov 9th-22nd connecting with the nuns, Fr. Alfonso and our worker, Sophie Moke Metate. We will be sending funds for programming needs at Le Foyer and for tuition for trade school (such as beautician school). If you would like to donate, please put "Cameroon Girls" in the memo on a check or use this PayPal link. Thank you in advance for supporting this mission.
Women's Bible Study - Mondays at 7pm on Zoom
Do you enjoy thoughtful conversation and laughter? Come join us for the Women's Evening Bible Study every Monday at 7:00pm on Zoom. We discuss the scriptures from Sunday and share how to apply these teachings to our lives. Click on the Zoom link and check it out!
Meeting ID: 962 3668 0323
GODAMONG.US UPDATES NEEDED If you are the leader of, or are involved in, a group at ILC, we need updated information about your group for our website. Please send all updates to email@example.com
The 2021 wildfire and hurricane season continues to be devastating across the United States. Additionally, natural disasters across the globe demand our attention. You may send your gift to support wildfire, flooding and earthquake survivors. When sending a check to ILC please indicate which response you wish to support, and your check will be used in its entirety for that cause, through Lutheran Disaster Response.
Thrivent Action Teams If you already know how to apply online, this is a good time of the year to run a project. If you need more information please contact Jess Reimnitz, 858.345.0757 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Examples: Collecting food and clothes items for families in need; Assembling Thanksgiving boxes; Operation Christmas Child; Supporting Mission Trips; Sunday School projects. They provide seed money, so you can support causes important to you. Thrivent created a program to encourage its members to live lives of generosity. Are you a Thrivent member? If so, do you know you can apply for between $50-$250 dollars to help your church with a project?
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 (except December 24, 25, 31, and January 1) 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.