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The Schuylkill Mission District Council meets frequently to discuss and plan ministry programming to better assist the congregations of our Mission District. Our goal is to provide events and resources to uplift youth and family ministry, spirituality, evangelism, and maintain our connection with our Synod and the ELCA.
This Week's Prayer
All-powerful God, in Jesus Christ you turned death into life and defeat into victory. Increase our faith and trust in him, that we may triumph over all evil in the strength of the same Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.
Schuylkill Mission District
Future Meeting Dates
Schuylkill Mission District Leaders, Pastors and SALMs Meeting
June16, 10:00a.m. (Zoom)
Latest District News
Synod: 2020 Mission Support came in at 97% of what was budgeted ($1,793,973.42). Samantha Drennan is the new staff person for the Northern Lehigh Valley Mission District. It is not yet known if the 2021 assembly can be in-person or virtual.
Schuylkill Mission District Council
Pastor David Rowe
Associate of the Bishop:
Pastor Kathleen Ash-Flashner
WELCA Schuylkill District
The next WELCA-Schuylkill Cluster Meeting will be tentatively held in Spring 2022 (after Easter April 17 to May 2022, depending on the host church)
Dear friends in Christ,
Some folks at St. Paul's, Orwigsburg are making masks (not N95) for area health care professionals. These masks can be used over the N95 to lengthen the life of those masks. These are approved for use.
They use cotton cloth, fusible interfacing, double folded bias tape, elastic and thread. Color and patterns on cloth are of no concern. If you would like to donate any of these items or money to buy them, especially the interfacing, tape and elastic, please contact Sue (570-617-3741) or Rob (570-617-3679) Reier to pick up these items.
If you would like to make masks, we have a pattern we all use. The easiest pattern is the YouTube link through Joann Fabrics (simple folded rectangular mask). Make them and then donate them through medical professionals you know or directly to healthcare institutions including EMS.
Thanks for the ministry we all share in this most difficult time.
The Rev. Robert and Susan Reier
members, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Orwigsburg