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Adult Forum: Reformation Series PDF Print E-mail
Written by Julie Blum   

 Adult Forum: Starting Sept 10:

Adult Forum will be picking up soon and we will continue with our Ever Reforming series in celebration of this 500th Reformation year of ours. This section of classes we will be looking at a very Lutheran theme: music. Come for one class or come for them all, we would love to have you!

ˇ         Sept 10th: The Roots of Reformation Music

ˇ         Sept 17th: Luther, the Musical Poet of Spiritual Songs

ˇ         Sept 24th: The Context and Performance of Reformation Hymns

ˇ         Oct 1st: Through the Church the Song Goes On

Classes meet up in our church library (third floor, right above the nursery) at 9AM each Sunday. 

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Weekly Bible Study in the community PDF Print E-mail
Written by Julie Blum   

Please join us every Thursday morning from 7:30 - 8:30 AM at The Grateful Bread Bakery and Café (7001 35th Ave NE) for a bible study with some Maple Leaf Lutheran Church members. We study numerous different things, including the bible and books about the bible or theology.   Grab a cup of coffee, perhaps some breakfast and then join in on the discussion.  Everyone is welcome.  Hope to see you there. 

 

 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 February 2015 )
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Quilters Group PDF Print E-mail
Written by Julie Blum   

Reaching out to you and the world: Our quilters group meets pretty much every Monday morning from 9am to Noon in the Community hall of the church. We are a diverse group including all ages and genders. Anyone is welcome to come and help us make quilts. If you don't know how - come anyway and we'll teach you!

Twice a year we take all the quilts we make, bless them and the makers, and then send them off to Lutheran World Relief (LWR)

An LWR quilt is special! It brings warmth on a cold night, shelter from the sun on a hot day. It becomes a bed, a room divider, a backpack to carry belongings, and at times even a home.

Quilts distributed by LWR to refugees and other people in need were first made by recycling old but good clothes, blankets, and other items. Most LWR quilts are still made this way, although fabric samples, remnants, or other new pieces of fabric are also used. Each quilt is one of a kind, with a beauty all its own, made as a gift of hope by caring people.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 February 2015 )
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