Please keep in your prayers every day:
- Our members who are sick and in extended care centers
- Members of our military.
- Families and victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, as well as all other families and victims of violence.
- Members of our congregation and all who seek forgiveness and reconciliation, with families and friends, with themselves and with God.
- Members of our United States Congress that they may find unity and come to understand their purpose and why they were sent to Washington.
- Members of our state and local governments that they may accomplish great things.
- Teachers of our youth that they may provide a light to follow for their students.
- Sunday worship 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. with fellowship between
- Sunday school: 9:40a.m.
- Sundays: 9:40a.m. – we are all studying as a combined subject “The Gospel Project.” All classes are following the same curriculum varied for their grade level.
- Thursdays: 7 p.m. – Bible Study (lay-led)
- Saturdays: 9:30 a.m. – Catechetical / Confirmation class
- Monthly – Lutheran Women in Mission
Please call the church for more information about our following ministries:
Ministry team reports from Council Representative (CR) )
- Care & Prayer Ministry team – Vince Niemetz CR
- Education Ministry team – Dick Shingledecker CR
- Fellowship Ministry team – Shirley Dresch CR
- Long Range Planning team – Bob Whitlatch CR
- Outreach Ministry team — Gayne Wray CR
- Property Ministry team – John Garbett CR
- Resource Ministry team – George Lotterer CR
- Social Ministry team – John Lesnansky CR
- Staff / Church Ministry team – Rich Schneider CR
- Worship Ministry team – Bob Greaker CR
- Youth Ministry team – Chip Booker CR
- Audit Ministry team – Bob Greaker CR
- Churches Assisting People (CAP) of Conway. Please remember that on the first weekend of the month, you are encouraged to bring canned and dried food items which we contribute to the needy through CAP. Please place your food contribution in the CAP box in the foyer.
- Monetary contributions are also needed for CAP that can be placed in the jar marked for that purpose.
- Focus on the homeless & hungry and other needs of persons in our community. Monetary gifts are always needed for our RED DOOR fund to assist people needing immediate assistance for gas money to get home.
- Collect and save manufacturers coupons for our overseas military forces and place them in the box in the foyer.
- The Shepherd’s Table, feeding the homeless and hungry. Volunteers are always needed for cooking, serving and working at other necessary jobs.
- Christmas Market (for Lutheran World Relief)
- Christmas baskets
- Habitat for Humanity
- Association of Retarded Citizens (ARC)
- James Ministry – visiting sick and shut-ins
- IN-CARE Hospice needs caring volunteers to sit with hospice patients in their homes. Call Katherine at 843-293-4614.
- Other Benevolence Ministries including Lutheran World Relief, Compassion International, Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ (LCMC), Institute of Christian Theology, New Life Lutheran Church
- Vacation Bible School (July)
- Lutheran Family services
- Lutheran Men in Mission —meets the last Saturday of the month at 8:30 a.m. for breakfast and fellowship to help maintain the property of our church and help with Congregational events.
- Lutheran Women in Mission—“Rachel Circle” meets first Monday of month at 2 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall
- Ethiopian Church Partnership Board
- Lutheran Church Youth meets Saturdays at various times
- Mission teams to share our work – led and staffed by Congregation members
- Tuesdays, 7 p.m. – Handbell Choir led by Jeff Dresch.
- Wednesdays, 7 p.m. – Adult chancel choir led by Kim Bodkin, Director of Music
- Saturday, 10 a.m. – Children’s choir
- Saturday, 10:30 a.m. – Youth choir led by Mary Jane Sarvis
- Pairs and Spares–Seniors and retirees meet second Tuesday of month, 12:30 p.m. with potluck lunch and speaker
- Supper Club–Meets monthly, Saturday evenings at various local restaurants
- Pennsylvania Friends
- Audubon Society