Sunday Mornings at 8:30am and 10:45am
7:57 Prayer Join us in praying each day at 7:57 a.m., from wherever you are:
“Gracious Lord God, break into the busyness of our lives today as we lift up and offer Como Park Lutheran Church into your tender care. Bless and change us. Empower and enliven us for mission in your holy name, so that lives can be transformed, your word proclaimed and your love made known in our community and throughout the world. Bless us with a holy diversity and a holy unity. Make us powerful witnesses of your love, open to your Holy Spirit’s guidance, and firm in our faith and trust in you for the benefit of all people. In Jesus name, we pray. Amen.”
Wednesday, Nov. 22nd at 7:00pm
Join New Life Presbyterian, and Falcon Heights United Church of Christ for a Thanksgiving Pie Social and Ecumenical Service at Como Park Lutheran Church.
Como Park Lutheran Church will collect canned and dry goods, as well as cash for Keystone Community Services food shelf.
Sign up to bring pies and whipped cream at the welcome desk!
Como Park Lutheran Church Youth will be rehearsing for the Christmas Pageant soon. Join us for rehearsal from 9:00am to 11:00am on Saturday, December 2nd and from 9:00am to 11:00am on December 9th.
Como Park Youth will sell “mittens” to benefit Plymouth Christian Youth Center for the next two Sundays.
Chile, corn bread, vegetable, fruit and dessert
Chicken Enchilada bake, vegetable, fruit and dessert
Como Park Lutheran Church is seeking a Bus Assistant. This person would help members with walkers, canes, and other mobility devices as they board and depart the Sunday Bus. Call the Office if you are interested in volunteering. 651-646-7127 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Winterfeldt will discuss Keystone Community Services.
Bible Study with Pastor Marty.
No Forum, Christmas Pageant
Mark Tranvik will discuss Luther and vocation.
No Forum, Christmas Eve
No Forum, New Years Eve
Bible Study with Josh
Como Perk Cafe
Please consider completing an Emergency Contact and Funeral Planning form. This may sound a little grim, but think of it as a gift to your family. It’s a comfort for them to know what you would like. Thinking about these things now and sharing them with your church on the Funeral Planning Form is something that relieves a weight.
These forms can be found at the welcome desk, and in the August issue of the Evangelist.
The form can also be downloaded by clicking here.
The visiting artists for this year’s organ concert series have been announced!