Our sincere thanks to all who have turned in 2014 pledge cards thus far. Please know that pledge cards may still be turned in. All cards, along with the bread and wine will be processed in at the weekend Liturgies as a sign of thanksgiving and appreciation.
We are mindful and most considerate that not all are able to financially support our church and we appreciate the sacrifices that are made by so many.
There are others ways to support St. Nicholas: the Giving Tree, helping out by hosting Coffee Hour on Sundays, baking communion bread for our weekend Liturgies; pitching in to help keep the church/hall clean and orderly, helping with Children’s Formation, preaching, lecturing , joining the choir, sharing in Bible Study, joining the Book Club, helping with the Food Pantry on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month…so many opportunities to help grow our church.
And know how grateful and sincerely thankful I am for the kindness, generosity and faithfulness shared by so many on behalf of this, our
Community of St. Nicholas.
God bless, one and all.
The date of the memorial for our brother Tim Black has been set for Monday, November 25, 2013 at 4PM at St. Nicholas.
All are welcome to pay tribute to Tim, and pay their respects to his family.
And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest!
On Friday night, September 6, the Order of St. Luke the Physician gathered in Holy Innocents Hall of St. Nicholas Church. All were welcome to come, share and join in the conversation.
The topic for the evening’s gathering was “The Healing Miracles of Jesus.” In October and early November the Order will be gathering at St. Nicholas, for three consecutive Saturdays. More details will be posted in an upcoming News From Nick edition.
Previously, we had offered congratulations and many blessings to the new members of the Order of St. Luke the Physician who were “invested” and “received” into the Order in mid August.
Thelma and Ray Malecek
Penny and Hank Mandziara
Jennifer Brundige, who was received several months ago
Kent Farbelow, a member of a Lutheran community in Crystal Lake, Illinois
May your ministry flourish and the blessings you share come back to you ten-fold.
God bless. We are all so very proud of you.