Committee submissions for this years' annual report are due to the church office by January 15th.
On January 9th, Sharon will celebrate her 18th anniversary as Friedens church secretary. Thanks for your many years of faithful service Sharon!
There will be one worship service on Sunday morning, Christmas day, at 10:30 AM, and again on New Year's day at 10:30 AM. There will be no Sunday School on those days.
Come see our new Friedens banner hanging at Eastern Guilford High School during football, basketball, and baseball seasons. Best of all, come to the games to support our youth.
The Friedens Bell Choir is changing its rehearsal time to Sundays at 2:30 PM beginning on August 28. The group will meet upstairs in the church. Please direct any questions to Melody Rose.
The Children's Choir would like to invite all youth to participate in singing. The choir meets each Sunday from 9:40 to 9:55 AM in the sanctuary. We plan to sing for Rally Day, Reformation, and the Christmas Cantata. Contact Melody Rose if you have any questions.
We need volunteers to operate the sound and video systems during BOTH the 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. services. If you would be willing to volunteer, please contact either Terri Summers or Randy Randall. Training will be provided.
WORSHIP WITH US EVERY WEEK!
Sundays, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Special Sundays at 10:30 a.m. (January 1st and March 5th, 2017) Sunday School — 9:45 a.m.
Friedens Address: 6001 NC Highway 61 North, Gibsonville, NC 27249
Church Phone: 336-449-7421 and 336-449-7884
All Childcare Calls: 336-449-1140Fax number: 336-449-7614
Church Office: email@example.com
Friedens Pastor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friedens Childcare: email@example.com
REACHING OUT TO TOUCH THOSE WHOM GOD HAS PLACED AMONG USFriedens Lutheran Church is one of the oldest Lutheran churches in North Carolina (established in 1745) but we pride ourselves as being progressive and adaptive to the world around us. Though we're among the oldest, the many ministries of Friedens Lutheran Church are designed to meet today's spiritual needs. A part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, we strongly believe that with our hands we are doing God's work of restoring and reconciling communities in Jesus' name throughout the world.
A very special thank you to Drew Hamlet who attended this years' NC Synod Assembly in Charlotte. Drew spoke to the congregation this morning and provided a few links for exciting information through our Synod.
For news on the celebration of the 500 years in the Lutheran Church, please go to www.ELCA500.org
To read about the Resolutions that were presented at Synod, please go to www.NCLutheran.org