Bible Study opportunities available:
Deborah: Wednesday, April 4, 2017, 10:00 am, Elodie Ragan's daughter, Jennifer's home.
April’s Session focuses on Meanings of “The Prodigal Son” Luke 15:11-32 from ELCA Gather Bible Study and articles.
Contact: Bonnie Ahlstedt 360-805-1743
Hannah: Monday, April 16 , 6:30 pm, Fireside Room,
Please call if you'd like childcare.
Contact: Linda Siebert 425-821-1703.
Rebecca Circle: Wednesday, April 18, 2017 10:00 am in the Landing.
Women of the ELCA Gather Bible Study and articles
Contact: Barbara Thieme 425-898-8982
Quilters: Every Thursday, 9 - 11:30 am in the fellowship hall. Everyone welcome, no experience needed. Learn to quilt, help sew or tie quilts, cut &/or iron quilt squares. Cutting or ironing squares can be done at home.
Contact: Audrey Fisher 425-822-6l43.
Women of First Lutheran/WELCA Board Meeting: Wed. April 11 at 12:30 PM in the Landing. Notice time change. The meetings are open, and all are welcome to attend.
Bring Soap during April. Please bring at least one bar (more will be welcome) of individually wrapped soap per family member. Let’s see how many bars of soap we can get for Lutheran World Relief (LWR). Fill the Wash Tub in the Caring Corner.
Quilt Blessing Sunday, April 29 at both services: Donation envelopes to defray shipping costs for the quilts, soap and kits will be available. Packing the shipment boxes for LWR will be Thursday, May 3rd.
Women of First Lutheran, Bothell WELCA Directory.
The 2018 directory has been published. Instructions for assembling health, school and sewing kits for LWR are included in the directory. If you have not received your copy, contact Bonnie Ahlstedt (360-805-1743) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Women of First Lutheran Church, Bothell are members of Women of First Lutheran Church (WFLC) and Women of the ELCA)
As a community of women created in the image of God, called to discipleship in Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit,
We commit ourselves to grow in faith, affirm our gifts, support one another in our callings, engage in ministry and action, and promote healing and wholeness in the church, the society, and in the world.
When do Women of First Lutheran Church meet?
Luncheons, general meetings and Bible Study are held throughout the year. The WFLC Executive Board meetings are open and held throughout the year. Dates and times are announced in the Sunday bulletins, the church newsletter at www.flcbothell.org website and posted on the WFLC/WELCA bulletin boards. Speakers and programs at these events or general meetings seek to inform and provide inspiration for spiritual, educational and socially provide opportunities for fellowship. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Women’s Bible Study Circles - Visitors are welcome. Three circles meet monthly or as noted for Bible study and fellowship.
Deborah Circle: Honors two Deborahs of the Bible. One was Rebecca’s revered nurse (Genesis 45:8). The other was a judge and prophetess celebrated in the song of Deborah (Judges 5:2-31). Deborah Circle meets the first Wednesday of the month except July and August in The Landing at 10:00 AM. The group discusses the articles and Bible Study available in the monthly WELCA Gather magazine.
Hannah Circle: Hannah was the mother of Samuel. The Hebrew word "Hannah" has many meanings and interpretations, including "beauty" and "passion." The circle meets the third Monday at 6:30 PM in the Fireside Room. The members discuss various topics such as women in the Bible and spiritual disciplines and issues.
Rebecca Circle: Rebecca was known for her beauty. She drew water for Abraham’s servant so he considered it a sign that she should become Jacob’s wife. Her betrothal and marriage is recorded in Genesis 24. Rebecca Circle meets in The Landing, at the church, on the third Wednesday of the month at 10:00 AM. Members discuss spiritual topics and Bible Study provided in the WELCA Gather Magazine.
Quilters meet Thursdays from 9:00 AM until Noon in the Fellowship Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend at any time. No experience is required. Hundreds of quilts are sent by our quilters to Lutheran World Relief (LWR). In addition to quilts, shipments include soap, personal care kits and other items requested by LWR. The quilts and items are assembled by the circles and congregational members. Several quilts are also given locally to a Christmas family, graduating high school seniors, shelters, and families in need.