Saturday, December 1, 2018, 9am – 2pm — Christ Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall. Featuring handmade American Doll clothes, baskets, Christmas ornaments, holiday tablecloths and table runners, kiffles, nut tossies, Paparazzi accessories & jewelry, pillows, quilts and much more. BAKE SALE, CONCESSION STAND, SOUP SALE & QUILT RAFFLE.
Baked goods needed for Holiday Bazaar on December 1, 2018. Please sign up in the Narthex starting November 4th. Address any concerns to Cindy Sterner 484-893-9521. Vendors needed. Vendor participation requests due by November 2nd. If you would like to reserve a space to share your crafts, products lines, homemade food or goods please contact Enid Rank at 610-349-2970 or email@example.com
Holiday Choir Singers – Extra voices needed for special choir piece to be sung October 28 at the 9:30am Reformation/Confirmation Service (one service that Sunday). Join us for practice Monday nights at 7:00pm OR after band Tuesday nights at 8:00pm. COME TRY CHOIR!
Sunday, October 28, 2018, Noon — Pacesetters Luncheon. To kick-off our first fall event, we will be venturing out-of-town for a special “plated luncheon” at a special place, the PLUMSTEADVILLE INN at 5902 Easton Road (Route 611). There is only one service at 9:30am on the 28th. See flyer in Narthex for more details and the menu. Price is $22.00 including tax and tip.
Father Richard Rohr, “Embracing an Alternative orthodoxy” on the Legacy of St. Francis.
Atonement theology—Did Jesus need to die to satisfy an angry God?
Eco-spirituality—What does it mean for humanity to “Sub-due” the Earth?
The Cosmic Christ—God in all things.
Orthodoxy vs. Orthopraxy—The difference between correct belief and correct practice of faith
Mysticism—Having a faith in which you sense a oneness with God, others, and creation. The people who know God well, the mystics, hermits, prayerful people, those who risk everything to find God, always meet a lover not a dictator. ~ Richard Rohr
These topics will be addressed thru a DVD presentation and work books for each participant. Join Pastor Phil as we delve deeply into these relevant topics of faith, life and the future of Christianity.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 7-8:30PM
Susan Wild for Congress – Democrat
Presentation by candidate. 15-minute opening presentation followed by town hall meeting moderated by Pastor Phil in the sanctuary at Christ Lutheran Church Hellertown (69 Main St., Hellertown, PA 18055). Bring your Republican friends.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 7-8pm
Thirsty Thursday & Theology at Braveheart
Grab something for your thirst and join Pastor Phil in a conversation about Faith and Politics—using your faith in the voting booth in the downstairs room at Braveheart Pub (430 Main St., Hellertown, PA 18055). Open to the public. Bring your Democrat and Republican friends.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 7-8:30pm
Tim Silfies for Congress – Libertarian
Presentation by candidate. 15-minute opening presentation followed by town hall meeting moderated by Pastor Phil in Sanctuary at Christ Lutheran Church Hellertown(69 Main St., Hellertown, PA 18055). Bring your Democrat and Republican friends.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 7-8:30pm
Marty Nothstein for Congress – Republican
Presentation by candidate. 15-minute opening presentation followed by town hall meeting moderated by Pastor Phil in the sanctuary at Christ Lutheran Church Hellertown (69 Main St., Hellertown, PA 18055). Bring your Democrat friends.
Thursdays 12:15-1:15pm—Presently reading through Mark. No Bible knowledge needed. Join us as we read the Bible and study what is written.
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at 8:00am. You’re invited to exercise for a healthier you. Lower Saucon Trail, Walnut Street entrance. Weather permitting. Contact: Enid Rank, FCN 610-349-2970.