Pastors Sherri and Kevin will be away this Sunday for their quarterly leave, and Pastor Sherri will be on vacation from January 3-9. The office will return to regular hours on Tuesday, January 4.
SAVE THE DATE! LMC’s annual Study Conference will be from February 4 – 6, 2022. Professor Delmar Epp from CMU will be speaking. Stay tuned for more information!
Mennonite Disaster Service (MDS) has begun its clean up and rebuilding work in Princeton BC. Gordon B is coordinating a volunteer trip for the period January 16-29. Please contact Gordon if you are interested in joining this trip.
LMC is looking to enter a team in Camp Evergreen’s Annual Pond Hockey Tournament.
We need participation on 2 levels, players and sponsors. The hockey format is 3 on 3 (no goalies).
If you would like to be a player, please contact Abe T. Not all of us would be willing to lace up the skates, but donations would be welcome from everyone.
Date: Saturday January 15, 2022 at Camp Evergreen.
The registration fee is already committed, so every dollar donated will help the kids at Camp Evergreen.
For more information, click here.
COFFEE AND CONVERSATION
- Tuesday, January 4 – What brings you joy? Let’s share things that lighten our load and buoy our spirits as we enter a new year.
- Tuesday, January 11 – Do you know someone with PARKINSON’S DISEASE, or perhaps there is someone in your family with it?? Perhaps you do and you don’t know it. If you want to learn more about this devastating illness, join us at Coffee and Conversation on TUESDAY. JANUARY 11, 2020 from 10:00 to 11: 30 AM. We will have a presenter from the PARKINSON’S ASSOCIATION giving a talk and answering question that you may have!
If you would like to receive a weekly reminder of the topic in Coffee and Conversation, some advanced notice of upcoming topics, and some supplemental materials, please e-mail Anke and ask to be added to her mailing list.
Godwin Friesen recently had another recital as part of his music program; this time finally with a live audience! He played some Chopin, and then he and three friends premiered his composition for piano quartet, The Skies Proclaim. Finally, he was joined by an orchestra of 22 friends (and family) for Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21!