CAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP
Are you caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease, dementia, or any kind of cognitive disorder? This kind of caregiving can be physically, mentally, or spiritually exhausting. That is why it is so important for caregivers to take time to care for themselves, too.
Karen Koenig, Executive Director of Olds Friends Club and Linda Whitesale, Director of Community Support for Alzheimer's Association will co-facilitate. Please contact Pastor Rita through the church office if you have any questions.
Garden Fellowship is a group of people who love to garden and want to meet other gardeners. The group has been a great opportunity to fuel a passion for gardening, meet new friends, and to serve others that could use a hand. Garden Fellowship typically meets the first Monday of the month at 7 pm in the Auditorium.
KNITTERS / ‘fix-it’ guys
Join the “fix-it” men of the church on Wednesday mornings from 9:30—11:00 am as they work on projects such as painting, maintenance, repairing, and basically anything that needs fixing! After work, they go to lunch.
Wednesday morning BIBLE STUDY
You are invited to join our Wednesday Morning Bible Study. We meet every week at 11:00 a.m. for an in-depth study of one of the books of the bible. We have currently started delving into the book of Luke.
All men of the church and their guests are welcome to join for great food, fellowship, and enlightening discussions every 4th Saturday, September through May at 8:30 am (they do not meet in December). Programs include videos, speakers, and discussion relating to faithful living. Contact: Fred Wicks through the church office. Cost is $3.00.
Knitted or crocheted prayer shawls are made with love and are available to anyone. You’re welcome to join the group on Thursday nights from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the lower fellowship hall, or you may work on them in your own home. A prayer shawl pattern book is available with multiple patterns or you may use your own.
The Quilters meet on Thursdays at 9:00 am and 7:00 pm in the Lower Fellowship Hall. The quilts are made for various local ministries and Lutheran World Relief. Materials are funded by the HSLC budget and donations. Skill level is not important, but a sense of humor is! Contacts: Kathy Doran or Donna Morris through the church office.
QUILTS FOR GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS
Our quilters make a beautiful quilt for each high school senior. The quilts are presented to the graduating seniors during a worship service in Spring followed by a reception. Contact: Jacquie Brissey through the church office.
This is a rotating dinner program and a fun way to share fellowship with other church members. Join Supper Club and enjoy great food and fellowship! New groups start every October and April. Each group of 6 gets together 3 times during a 6 month period. Contact: Bev Carberry through the church office.
The women of Holy Spirit and their friends gather on the second Saturday of the month, September to May, from 8:30 to 10:00 am in the Fellowship Hall. All women and friends are welcome; discussion follows breakfast. Contact: Karen L Nelson through the church office. Cost is $5.00.
HSLC Book Club invites you to join their monthly book discussion. This casual group meets the second Monday of each month at 7:00 pm in the library (lower level). Contact: Lori Cappelletti through the church office.
This is a group where people who enjoy to write or read other peoples’ writings can gather for a time of sharing, listening, inspiration and creativity. The group is currently taking submissions for “Spirit to Spirit”a published volume of original works by HSLC writers. The Writers’ Group meets monthly on the 2nd Saturday in the HSLC Library.