Church Briefs 02-13-20

February tips go to Jack’s Closet, Jack’s Cupboard

The Mission of the Month for February at the Mission Coffeehouse at First Lutheran Church is Jack’s Closet.

Jack’s Closet is a newly established organization that is sponsored by the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Access. 

The closet provides necessary winter clothing for students who are lacking adequate protection. 

Jack’s Cupboard is a free resource for students who struggle financially to purchase food. Money donated goes toward purchase of food for the Cupboard. The Cupboard is supported by SDSU students, faculty, staff and the community. 

For more information, email [email protected]

Golden Age meeting announced

BROOKINGS – Golden Age will meet at 2 p.m. Feb. 13 in the First Lutheran Church Chapel.

Lorraine Kracke will give the second part of her presentation on the Holy Land. All are invited. No church affilliation is required. Lunch will be served. Participants are asked to bring a Valentine for exchange.

‘Picture Perfect’ brunch planned

FLANDREAU – The Flandreau Christian Women’s Connection invites area residents to a “Picture Perfect” brunch.

The event will be held from 9:30 to 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18, at the William F. Community Center in Flandreau. 

Rachel Parsley, of Rachel Parsley Photography in Flandreau, will give a presentation. Parsley is a wedding and portrait photographer who has been in business since 2015.

She will share some of her work and offer tips on taking the best photos.

Singer Libby Heinemann of Flandreau will perform.

The speaker will be Heidi Studer of Dent, Minnesota. Her speech is “Wise Women Still Seek Him.” 

Reservations can be made by calling Sandy Sheppard at 530-1899, Betty McMahon at 997-2177 or Elaine Hoftiezer at 428-3679 or by email at [email protected]

World Day of Prayer event announced

BROOKINGS – Brookings Church Women United will celebrate World Day of Prayer at 2 p.m. March 6, at the United Church of Christ, 828 Eighth St. S., Brookings.  

World Day of Prayer is an ecumenical movement of Christian women of many traditions who come together to observe a common day of prayer and action each year. Join in the prayer service written by the World Day of Prayer Committee of Zimbabwe and the USA Committee.  

The theme is “Rise! Take Your Mat and Walk.” All church men and women are invited to this World Day of Prayer. An offering will be taken to support the Church Women United programs. Lunch and fellowship will follow the program. United Church of Christ is handicapped accessible.

Ecumenical Lenten Saturday morning Bible study planned

BROOKINGS – Al and Alice Lunden will host a free six-week 10 a.m. Saturday Lenten Bible study in the Cooper Room of the Brookings Public Library beginning on Feb. 15. The topic will be “Jesus’ Alpha and Omega Miracles, His First and His Last.”

Christian spiritual empowerment and encouragement from Jesus’ Omega Miracle have neither ceased or dwindled in nearly 2,000 years, though some doubt. We must continue spiritual encouragement as Paul wrote to the Christians at Corinth and John to the seven churches in Asia Minor.

This Bible study will invite open discussion of the presence and power of Jesus’ Holy Spirit during the three Saturdays in February and will involve Jesus’ first miracle in March.

This free ecumenical Bible study is intended to sfrengthen faith in all Christian churches rather than to favor any church or denomination. Please consider Saturday morning participation.

BYOBBNB! (Bring Your Own Breakfast Beverages and Bibles - but be sure drinks comply with library rules and guidelines).


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