7.27.14 :: Weekly Announcements

REFLECT :: RAGBRAI IN FOREST CITY

What an opportunity to serve RAGBRAI people this past Tuesday! FBC volunteers stepped up to the task and were blessed in serving and working together. Their prayer is that God was glorified in each act of service.

 

A HUGE THANK YOU TO RAGBRAI VOLUNTEERS!

Thanks to the FBC RAGBRAI Committee:  Lorraine & Jim Amelsberg, Beth & Jim McGuire, Cindy & Lynn Wooge, Karen Fredrickson, Eric Guth, Colleen Hovinga, Erin Johnson, Alisa Sand, Lowell & Kerri Segerstrom, Beth Snyder, Jeremiah Zaldarriaga and our Pastors! We also thank our many volunteers that were outstanding and all those who donated pies, pop and water, money and meat. Praise the Lord!

 

AWANA SUPPERS THIS FALL

There is a great opportunity to serve our church body on Wednesday nights during the next school year. In order to keep providing suppers, we’d like to know who is willing to be the cook or the one who will organize people to cook meals for the 28 Wednesdays of Awana. Please contact the church office or Lowell Segerstrom.

 

RELATE :: POOL PARTY IS ON!

The Annual FBC Pool Party is on Friday, August 8. Supper is at 6:30 pm and swim time is at 8:00 pm. Please bring food to share:  salad, fruit, chips or dessert and drinks. Hot dogs, brats and the condiments will be provided. Join us—it’s a great time at the FC Aquatic Center!

 

SUMMER PIANO CONCERT RETURNS

Forest City native, Donovan Johnson, son of Dean Johnson of Forest City, will again delight us with his piano talents along with a friend who accompanies him. Join us in the Family Center on Saturday, August 9 at 7:00 pm and enjoy a relaxing evening!

 

RESTORE :: VISION NIGHT AT PINE LAKE

Please read the flyer in your mailbox today inviting you to dinner and Vision planning at Pine Lake Camp. You may let them know you are coming on Monday, August 11 or Tuesday, August 12, both at 5pm. Please call the church with any questions.

 

SYMPATHIES EXTENDED

We offer sympathy to Lana Thompson and family on the passing of her mother, Florence Potter on July 21 at 85 years. Her funeral was on Friday, July 25 at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Buffalo Center.

 

IMMANUEL’S ANNUAL STORY HOUR

Immanuel Lutheran Church has their summer Story Hour on Fridays from 9:45—11:00 am for kids ages 3—6th grade. Snacks, singing and stories one more day, August 1. And it’s free to all!

 

BETH MOORE SIMULCAST TO BE SHOWN

Grace E-Free Church of Mason City is hosting the Living Proof Live Simulcast with Beth Moore on Saturday, September 13. You’ll get a front-row seat to Bible teaching and worship to challenge and grow your faith. Cost is $20. There is a sign-up sheet at the Info Desk. Make checks out to Grace E-Free Church.

 

FAMILY PRAYER NEEDS

At Hospice:  Elaine Gapp. At Nursing Homes:  Bob Holland, Lorraine Swanson and Dick Quayle. Sandy Clement (Bethesda Hospital, St. Paul, Room 584, LTAC). Tim Nelson (treatments), Logan Johnson (eye recovery), Brian Current (recovery), Chuck Erding (cancer treatment) Ken Brandt (broken wrist/fractured hip), Brian Moeller (broken wrist/back surgery), Isabel Weaver (concussion) and Becky Hagen (cancer).

 

CHURCH FINANCIAL REPORT

Weekly Budget Need:  $11,011

June 29—$6,332.75       July 6—$10,888.72

July 13—$6,790.43        July 20—$9,826.97