St. John’s to host Reformation Service concert by Charles Bonow Oct. 30
Organist Charles Bonow will present his Reformation festival worship service concert “Here We Stand” at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 1200 E. Genesee, Frankenmuth, on Sunday, October 30 at the 10am service.
Charles Bonow, a former pastor of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS), travels extensively presenting his service concerts in the churches of the WELS and Evangelical Lutheran Synod throughout the country. The concert will consist of a spoken message entwined with organ solos and congregational singing of well-loved hymns of faith.
The concert is open to the public and advance tickets are not required. A free-will offering for support of the ministry of Charles Bonow and his family will be received following the service concert.
For additional information, please contact Theresa (989-652-6201).
Harvest Fest/Trunk or Treat at St. Martin Oct. 31
St. Martin Lutheran Church, on the corner of Gera and Canada Roads, is hosting their annual Harvest Fest/Trunk or Treat on October 31. Doors open at 5:30pm and the event ends at 7pm.
The community is invited for fun and fellowship. There will be food, games and trunk or treat - rain or shine.
FBC to host women’s conference Nov. 11-12
Frankenmuth Bible Church is hosting a Fall Women’s Conference on Friday, November 11, from 6-9pm and Saturday, November 12, from 8am-4pm. The conference will take place at the church, located at 565 Churchgrove Road in Frankenmuth.
All women in the Frankenmuth and surrounding communities, including high school girls, are invited to attend the conference, which will feature speaker-potter duo, Shelly Ginter Conrad and Nan Grey.
Shelly and Nan will share biblical lessons based on the Potter’s House story in Jeremiah 18. Their ministry, Project Jeremiah 18, is unique in that the lessons Shelly teaches coincide with the pottery-making process that Nan demonstrates on her potter's wheel. The teaching sessions are grounded in Scripture and filled with authentic, often humorous, personal stories that will inspire, challenge, and encourage women. The conference will include Biblical teaching, praise and worship, hands-on pottery demonstrations, and door prizes.
The early registration fee deadline is October 31. The conference fee includes refreshments on Friday, and breakfast, lunch and refreshments on Saturday.
For more information and to register for the conference, visit: http://frankenmuthbible.com/womens-conference-2016.
Christmas Cookie Sale at Faith Lutheran
Crafters are invited to reserve a table for the Christmas Cookie and Craft Sale at Faith Lutheran Church. The event will be Nov. 19, 9am-3pm.
For more information or to make a reservation call the church office (989-777-2600).
3-year Bible reading journey with St. John's
St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church, Frankenmuth, will begin a 3-year Bible reading journey and invites the public to participate.
The daily reading schedule will be posted on the church website http://www.stjohns-frankenmuth.org as well as the weekly calendar information printed in the Frankenmuth News.
For more information, call (989-652-6201).