Living Faith Lutheran Church
Friday, August 18, 2017
God's Work. Our Hands.


Are you searching for a place to renew and restore your spirit?

Come grow with us and develop a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ

No matter what your background - whether you're new in town or new to worship - everyone is welcome at Living Faith.  
Join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for worship -- and find out whether our journey of faith, love, hope, & service is one you'd like to join!

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Managing Stress—Seeking Serenity for the Soul   
Wednesday Evenings:  August 16, & 30    6:30pm to 8:00pm 
The concept for this group is simple: everyone brings some food to share. It can be leftovers or whatever you have on hand. There is no need of anything fancy or to spend a lot of time cooking.  Come to the gathering even if you have nothing to share that week. In true Lutheran fashion, we always have more food than we need.  After eating, we then begin a discussion on managing stress in our daily lives.   But this is not just another stress management how-to.  This study will examine some of the root spiritual causes of current frustration and fatigue.  And teach biblically-based, spiritual responses to stress that can lead to growing and enduring peace.  The soul centered in Christ rests in peace and finds deep joy in a sane and genuinely fulfilling daily life.    Join us and invite friends and family!


Yoga at Living Faith Lutheran Church:  Want to relax and work off some stress? Join us Mondays at 6pm or Thursdays at 1pm in the Fellowship Hall. Classes from Thursday, August 10th to Thursday, September 7th are cancelled.  Please join us again on Monday, September 11th.


Labyrinth Walk:  Friday, October 6th; 5 pm to 8 pm   Walk to Connect and Unwind    A labyrinth is not a maze, a puzzle, or a game.  It has no wrong turns or dead ends.  The labyrinth is a sacred path that will always take you to the center and back out again.  Walking the labyrinth is an experience unique to each person who walks. There is no wrong way to walk the labyrinth.  You can walk the path with the intention of focusing on an issue in your life.  It may be helpful to walk while praying a certain prayer or reciting a particular verse of Scripture.  Some people focus on just one word (or mantra).  



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