1701 Fredericks Street
San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Monday through Friday
Happenings around Mt. Carmel Lutheran Church
Remeber to bring your pledge card to church on Sunday, November 24. We'll have extra pledge cards available in Quist Hall after church, if needed.
Documentary Film Imprisoning A Generation Sunday, November 24 at 4:00pm
Film screening, discussion,
and prayer vigil for peace in the Middle East.
This film follows the stories of four young Palestinians who have been detained and imprisoned under the Israeli military and political systems. Their perspectives, along with the voices of their families, combine to form a lens into the entangled structures of oppression that expand well beyond the prison walls.
Friday, Dec 6, 11:00am
Prado Day Center
Hot Dish (serves 12+)
Steve & JoAnn Bennett
Kevin & Wende Dong
Mollie & Norm Smith
Karen Almas Salad (serves 12+)
Rebecca Keisler 2 Large Cans of Fruit
Ro Cannon-Miller 2 Gallons Whole Milk
Bob & Carol Grosse
Christmas Angel Tree Sunday, Nov 17 thru Sunday, Dec 15
There are only a couple of cards left! Help the children of Iglesia Luterana at Christmas. Cards with a child’s name, age, and Christmas wish list are available in the narthex. Sign out one or more cards then go shopping. Contact Pat Forrest for more information.
Annual Advent Wreath Workshop Sunday, Dec 1, 11:30am
Join us in Quist Hall to make your own custom Advent Wreath. Supplies are provided. RSVP to Diane Mansell at 805-235-5967.
Parents’ Day Out Sunday, December 8
Noon to 4pm
We will have a pizza lunch, build gingerbread houses, arts & crafts, and a holiday movie! No cost, just join the fun! It is our way of helping our community. RSVP to Ingrid Frokjer at firstname.lastname@example.org, or MaryAnn in the church office 805-544-2133.
ELCA Good Gifts Catalogs are in the Narthex for this Christmas season
Your gifts given in the names of friends or loved ones through the A Good Gifts program can make a real difference in the lives of people around the world. Some examples are: A goat and a flock of chicks to start a family farm, school supplies to allow a needy child to start school, and support for a refugee family for a week---all for less than $100 each. These are perfect Christmas gifts for friends who seem to have everything, for teenagers to teach them a lesson in sharing God’s gifts or for shut-ins who might enjoy contact with the outside world.