For the week of April 1, 2018

He is Risen!

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE who worked so hard and contributed so much to make our Holy Week and Easter services special: especially our musicians; Maggie and the Choir, Mo and Royal Praise, Teri and the Hand Bells, Donna and her daughter Julia, Pastor Both and the Sudanese Choir; the visuals team, the “Walk With Jesus” volunteers, altar guild members, ushers, readers, acolytes, worshippers, and everyone else who worked so hard and contributed so much to make our Holy Week and Easter observations and celebrations meaningful and impactful. We pray that those efforts will continue to bear fruit in the hearts of the people we have reached for days and years to come.

HAVE YOU BROUGHT FLOWERS FOR THE ALTAR RECENTLY? We have a number of vases accumulating in the sacristy.  If you would like to have yours back, then please come and pick it up, otherwise it will be donated to the rummage sale. Thank you, Joan Linderman

JOIN THE OWLS at the church on Thursday 4/26 at 10:30 AM to car pool to Snoqualmie and visit the Northwest Railway Museum.  The cost is $10/person.  We will have lunch at the Northbend Tavern.  The lunch cost will be in the $13 - $15 range.  We expect to be back at the church by 3:00 pm.  Questions contact Bob Bliesner.

DOOR OFFERING: This morning we will be receiving a door offering to help finance Pastor Both’s Spring trip to South Sudan and Ethiopia. We have been supporting theology students at Tabor Evangelical College and Jackjordan Bible School. Several of them will be graduating in June. It is a wonderful thing to be involved in training pastors for the growing African church. Please contribute to help Pastor Both attend the graduations, support their work and help celebrate their achievements.

PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH IS SEEKING A PART-TIME YOUTH LEADER.  There is a job posting available our church office.  If you are interested, please submit a cover letter and resume to Jon Johnson, Business Administrator, Peace Lutheran Church, 253-631-3454, Email:

PERSONAL CARE KITS There is a great need for basic health care items in many parts of the world.  LWML is holding a health care drive April 8th -29th .  Here is a list of what we need:

  • Two bath size bars of soap, 4-5 oz. Any brand in original wrapper.
  • One bath size towel (approx. 52”x27”) dark color recommended.
  • One adult size tooth brush in its original packaging.  Multi packs are fine.
  • One sturdy comb, removed from packaging.
  • One metal nail clipper, removed from packaging.

There is a big basket in the Narthex for donations.  Watch for specials when shopping.  Thank you for your continued support.

THE SPRING RUMMAGE SALE IS COMING!  Set up is on April 18th and 19th.  The sale is on April 20th and 21st.  Helpers are needed for a successful sale.  Sign up sheet is on the LWML bulletin board or contact Anita Kallish @ 253-631-6065.  Please plan to drop off any donations in the parish hall no earlier than Sunday, April 15th after the 2nd service and no later than Thursday, April 19th at 1pm.  Thanks!

CAMP LUTHERWOOD Calling all Summer staff! We are looking for highly motivated individuals that love God, Kids, and the Outdoors.  If you are college age and looking for a summer job that will positively impact many kids apply today. Apply at

JOHN 10:14 – “I am the good shepherd. I know my own and my own know me.” What does it mean to know the Lord? It starts with being known by the Lord: He claims us as His own and calls us by name. Then, once we are His, we learn to know Him … and in knowing Him we learn to imitate Him. And that is how the Christian life of good works and generosity grows from the Lord’s grace.

He is Risen Indeed!




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Enrollment for the 2018-2019

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January 29, 2018

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“Come in, Come play with King of Kings Preschool today!  King of Kings Preschool will be hosting an open house to the public on Thursday, February 1 from 4:00-6:00pm, The open house will run in conjunction with the Scholastic Book Fair.  This will be a great way to meet the teachers, see the classrooms, and learn a bit about the program we offer.