Women of Faith
This includes a group of women participating in bible studies, bringing items for Lutheran World Relief projects, participating in prayer chains, buying items for Sharing Tree, quilting, knitting and crocheting, serving the Forever young Luncheon, Baptism quilts, bringing soap for Soap Sunday, packing School kits, Health kits and Layettes, Manitowoc Health Care Center items/lap robes, Domestic Violence center, Tubfrim project and packing cookies for the Nursing Homes and shut-ins.
(2) LONG OR SHORT SLEEVED GOWNS
(2) RECEIVING BLANKETS, MEDIUM WEIGHT COTTON OR FLANNEL
(4) CLOTH DIAPERS
(1) JACKET OR SWEATER & HAT OR SWEATSHIRT WITH HOOD
(2) PAIRS OF SOCKS
(1) HAND TOWEL, DARK COLOR
(1) NEW BATH SIZE BAR GENTLE SOAP
(2) DIAPER PINS
Sizes should be 6-24 months, clean with no stains.
ITEMS SHOULD BE MARKED BABYCARE KITS AND PLACED
IN THE STEWARDSHIP CABINET
TWO PIECES OF COTTON OR COTTON BLEND FABRIC (NO KNITS OR 100% POLYESTER). FABRICS SHOULD HAVE NO STAINS OR HOLES AND CUT INTO PIECES MEASURING:
2 ¼ YARDS OF 60” WIDE FABRIC
3 YARDS OF 44” WIDE FABRIC
4 YARDS OF 36” WIDE FABRIC
(2) SPOOLS OF MATCHING OR NEUTRAL COLORED GENERAL PURPOSE THREAD, 250-300 YDS EACH
ITEMS SHOULD BE MARKED FABRIC KITS AND
PLACED IN THE STEWARDSHIP CABINET
(4) 70 sheet notebooks of wide or college ruled paper 8 x 10 1/2”, no loose leaf paper
(1) 30 cm ruler or a ruler with centimeters on one side and inches on the other
(1) pencil sharpener (no pencils this year, we have enough from last year)
(1) box of 16 or 24 crayons
(5) black or blue ballpoint pens (no gel or click pens)
(1) blunt scissors
(1) 2 1/2” eraser
(1) sturdy 14” x 17” drawstring backpack style cloth bag with shoulder straps (no standard backpacks)
Items donated should be placed inside the FLCW stewardship cabinet across from the church office. Sewing directions/material is in the cabinet on the stage. Please help sew some bags, or ask someone to sew these for us.
1 full size bath towel (new or used)
1 wash cloth (new or used)
New items: 1 bath size bar soap 1 toothbrush 1 comb (pick style)
1 nail clipper 6 Band aids 1 jar/tube petroleum jelly
1 pair heavy duty household gloves, size medium (kitchen type)
1 small devotional book
Place items in the FLCW stewardship cabinet across from the church office—mark them "Hospice Kit".
Personal Care Kits
1 light to medium weight bath towel (52 x 27) (dark color is recommended)
2 bath sized bars of soap (4-5 oz.). Any brand in its original wrapper is acceptable.
1 sturdy comb
1 metal nail clipper
Please place and label these items in the stewardship cabinet across from the church office.
NO TOOTHBRUSHES this year as we have lots already.
The definition of a lap robe is:
a covering for the legs, lap, and feet especially of a passenger in a car or carriage.
Well, our lap robes don't make it to the car or carriage to use as a cover, but they do provide warmth and comfort that is difficult to put into words. Have you ever sat in a chair in the evening and you become chilled? You get up, grab an afghan, sit back down and cover your legs, which makes you feel warm, secure and safe. Now imagine being away from home, someone just helped you get out of bed and placed you in a wheel chair/chair. They grab a lap robe and place it on your lap, and you feel good, secure and safe knowing that this lap robe was made by people from your church. They thought enough of you, they cared, and remembered you by providing this lap robe for you as a reminder that "Your are not forgotten, we remember and care about you." That gives you an idea of what the Monday evening knitting/crocheting group does week after week. A few gather at church and some of you sit in the comfort of your home and knit/crochet not knowing who will benefit from your act of kindness.
In 2012, 20 lap robes were blessed at the October Women's Board Meeting. The robes were then bagged in colorful gift bags with a note attached "Made and prayed for by members of Faith Lutheran Church." It also had a card that read: "You are special to God. May this prayer shawl/laprobe keep you warm, keep you close to His heart, and at peace with yourself." The laprobes were given to the Whitelaw Homemakers who added a few other items to the bag and then given to the veterans that live in eight different facilities in Manitowoc County.
Material needed are 1 1/2 yards of baby appropriate material per side and crib sized batting. Please place material in the stewardship cabinet across from the church office. Thank you!
This project was started in 2000 by a long time FLCW member. She crafts these quilts to be given to each infant baptized.
March 06, 2015
9:00 am Worship
4:00 & 7:00 PM
Age 3 to 5th grade:
10:15 to 11:00 am
6th-8th grade Confirmation
10:15 to 11:15 am OR
7:15 to 8:15 pm
High School Bible Talk:
Discussions in the Library
10:15 to 11:00 am
Men' Bible Study
Wednesdays @ 6:45 am
Thursdays @ 6:30 pm
6:00 & 7:30 PM
Time-Warner Channel 4
Tuesdays & Thursdays:
Comcast Channel 20
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