1701 Fredericks Street
San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Monday through Friday
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Advent at Mt. Carmel
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ADULT FORUM Sundays 11:00AM
The Gospel of Matthew is the topic for the Adult Forums in December. Pastor Richard Rollefson will lead this Advent series introducing the Gospel of Matthew, the source of our gospel worship lessons in the new church year.
This Sunday we will be finish-up Galatians and move into the study of Revelations. Who wrote Galatians and Revelations? Were they writing to the same people? Where were they writing from? Don’t forget to bring you Colaborate Workbooks, Bible, and Luther’s Blue book.
We will talk about our parts in the December 15, Children’s Christmas Service and December 14, practice.
See you Sunday, John and Dave.
Annual Swedish Meatball Fest
Friday, December 13 at 12 noon
Appetizers, beverages and meatballs will be provided. Please bring a friend, something to go with meatballs; rolls, relish plate, side dish, dessert, whatever and join us. also, bring a canned good for the food basket.
Please RSVP, (Nancy Priddy, 805-459-9249, email@example.com) so there will be enough meatballs for everyone. Questions? Let me know.
Oh, there may be some carols sung...
Ho, Ho, Ho...
Sunday, December 15 during our worship service
The children join the worship service with a fun-for-all program. Refreshments will follow and will include the special fruit cake we created on December 1st at our ‘Stir Up’ worship service.
Poinsettias for Christmas Order by December 15
Help decorate our church during Christmas with a lovely poinsettia plant. Each plant is $8.00 and may be dedicated in honor or in memory of whomever you wish. Contact Rebecca Keisler at 805-543-4259, or at firstname.lastname@example.org to place your order.
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.