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First Communion is for any student, 5th grade or above, who has not completed the instruction of the Sacrament of Communion. First Communion instruction will be on Saturday, January 20th from 9 AM - 11:30 AM. First Communion celebration will be on Sunday, January 21st. Please sign-up at the Information Center, or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Orders for Christmas Poinsettias has begun. Please help us decorate our Worship Center with these beautiful plants. Order forms are in the Atrium. Cost is $7.50 per plant and each can be dedicated "in Honor" or "in Memory" of loved ones. Checks should be made out to "Lakeshore Fellowship" with the memo section "Poinsettias". Orders are due by Sunday, December 3rd. Thank you!

The GMB (Governance Ministry Board) has approved our 2018 Lakeshore Fellowship budget. This is an annual process which follows our formal policy guidelines. This pre-approved budget must then be presented to the congregation prior to year end. Lakeshore's 2018 Budget review by the congregation will be Sunday, December 3rd at 10:15 AM (between services). Copies of said budget will be available at the meeting. Any questions or concerns, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Christmas Eve Morning, Sunday, December 24th, we will have ONE worship at 10 AM. Christmas Eve Candlelight services will be at 5 PM and 11 PM. New Years Eve Morning, Sunday, December 31st, we will also have ONE worship at 10 AM. 

The wonderful season of Christmas is nearing! We are planning to decorate our Worship Center and Atrium on Saturday, November 25th at 10 AM. Please let us know you can help, by signing up at the Information Center. Hope to see you there!

Join us for Thanksgiving Eve Worship on Wednesday, November 22nd at 7 PM. 

Altar Flowers are in celebration of Kris Elam's Birthday!  

S.D.G. These initials were signed by Johann Sebastian Bach at the end of many of his musical compositions. They stand for Soli Deo Gloria. Those Latin words came to be used as the last of the five slogans that came out of the Reformation. All we do is not for us and our pride, but for God's glory and honor. What motivates us is the presence of God's splendor and glory revealed in Christ Jesus. "To God Alone Be the Glory!" is the message this Sunday based on 2 Chronicles 5:13-14; 7:1-4; and 2 Corinthians 3:17-4:18.

A Congregation of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod

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