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CONNECTING TO OTHERS

Shepherd of the Hills offers a wide variety of opportunities for spiritual growth that serves adults, college students, teens, and children.

Prayer Chain: If you have a prayer request or would like to be a part of the SOTH Prayer Chain, please speak with Pastor Denney. You can help brothers and sisters at church by praying for them in difficult times or offering prayers of thanksgiving. Prayer requests can be submitted in person, through text, by phone at 517-392-8494, or by email at pastor@dulutheran.org.

You can also submit requests through our website here.

 

Midweek Lent Services: On Wednesday evenings, we have Midweek Lent services at 7:00 PM. These services have a specific focus on our Savior’s journey to the cross for us and our salvation. This year on Wednesday evenings we are following the series: “Places of the Passion”. Each week we will reflect on a place that Jesus visited in the last 72 hours of his life. We hope you can join us for these special services!

 

Midweek Lent Dinners: On Wednesday evenings before our Midweek Lent services, we will have a potluck dinner at 6:00 PM. Each week we are looking for volunteers to help by bringing soup, sandwiches, a dish, or dessert to pass. Everyone is welcome to join us! If you have any questions, please speak with Peter Moeri.

All women are welcome to join us for Bible study on Tuesday, February 27 at 6 pm at Kiersten Nash’s house: 3590 Getchell Rd, Hermantown. We hope to see you there! We will be meeting every 4th Tuesday of each month, so if you cannot make it this time, we hope you can join us for future meetings. If you have any questions, please reach out to Kely Dunsmoor or Kiersten Nash.

Polling Station: On March 5th, our facilities will be used as a polling station for the city of Duluth. Voting will begin at 7:00 AM and finish at 8:00 PM.

 

Kickoff for the Senior/ Retirees Fellowship! Please join us for lunch and fellowship on Tuesday, March 12th at the Social House (located behind Gordy’s on Highway 53). We will gather in the back room at 11:30 am. We will plan for future get-togethers, so please bring your ideas and preferences. Let me know if you will be able to join us by texting 651-332-1374 or email.

 

Women’s Painting Event: Join us in the fellowship hall on Saturday, March 16th at 2 PM to paint an Easter or Spring themed wood sign. More details to come! Pick your project here! 

WELS Women’s Conference: The WELS Women’s Ministry is putting on a conference with the theme of “Powered to Proclaim”. The keynote speakers and breakout sessions will focus on the work of the Holy Spirit as recorded by Luke in Acts and its application to us as 21st-century Christian women. This will be on July 28-30th in Pewaukee, WI. Registration opens soon. Please contact Kely Dunsmoor if you are interested in attending this event with a group from SOTH.

Altar Flowers: Fresh flowers have been added to the altar area to give God glory and beautify the sanctuary over the past few months. Thank you to everyone who has signed up so far. The chart on the bulletin board by the offices has been updated, and members are encouraged to sign up for a Sunday. Our flower volunteer, Renee Graen, will purchase and place the flowers on the altar. Please indicate if the flowers are in memory of someone or a special occasion. Please donate and contact Renee Graen at 763-607-4498 if you have any questions.

Congratulations Little Lambs' Graduates

This past Thursday, the Little Lambs Learning Center class of 2023 had their graduation program. Congratulations

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Congratulations Confirmands 2023

Congratulations to this year's confirmands: Harriet Hill, Evan Hokanson, and Aleta Kimber! They have completed their studies and this morning will make their confession of faith before the congregation and receive holy communion. God's blessings to Harriet, Evan, and Aleta as they grow in faith and service to their Savior.  

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