First Lutheran Church Continues Support of Lutheran World Relief
September 24, 1 - 5 pm and 6 - 9 pm
September 25, 9 am - 12 noon
Our goal is to complete 60 or more quilts, from the 75 quilts in process, that are ready to pin and tie knots! It's easy work - please join us!
Due to Covid, no food or drinks will be provided. Please bring your own fabric cutting scissor if you have them, water container, snacks and beverages.
Please rsvp or direct questions to Audrey Fisher.
Top 5 Drive for Compass Housing Alliance!
For 100 years, COMPASS HOUSING ALLIANCE has been meeting the needs of the community across the Puget Sound region by providing 24-hour enhanced emergency shelter programs for those experiencing homelessness and housing instability. Please help support the work of Compass Housing Alliance with these “Top Five Items.”
Please place your Top Five donations in the designated receptacle in the narthex. Items collected will go to the Hygiene Center in Pioneer Square and other area shelters.
Change for Change
Money deposited in the Change for Change jar will go to Hopelink's food bank.
Hopelink Food Cart is not accepting donations at this time. Hopelink is only accepting monetary donations. I f you are able please make a donation here.
Scrip Cards are an Easy Way to Help with First Lutheran's Outreach Ministries
Stitch by Stitch - God's Love, Our Hands
Do you knit or crochet? First Lutheran has a large supply of yarn which you can turn into knitted or crocheted items that can help others. The yarn is available in Room 104 (downstairs, off Fellowship Hall). Stop in anytime to pick up yarn and get started on a project. Return finished items to the drop box in Room 104. Your knitted and crocheted items will be taken to places such as Compass Center, Eastside Baby Corner, Mary’s Place, nursing homes, animal shelters, and the Multiservice Center. You could also knit for our prayer shawl ministry.
Needed items include:
Warm hats for men, women, and children
Warm scarves for men, women, and children
Sweaters for infants and children to size 14
Twin bed size afghans
Kitty blankets for the Seattle Humane Society (about 2 x 2 feet)
We also have a large amount of cotton yarn suitable for dishcloths, potholders, or other projects.
Questions? Contact Karen Thomas.
2021 Outreach from the General Fund
Social Ministries Committee chooses the monthly recipients of the General Fund Outreach line item. The following are possible outreach recipients and amounts, still to be determined:
January - Compass Housing
February - Hopelink
March - Lutheran Community Services
April - Earth Ministries
May - ELCA World Hunger
June - Lutheran World Relief
July - Open Door Ministries Seattle Chapter
August - Global Citizen Journey
September - Lutherwood Camp and Retreat Center
The Social Ministries Committee is responsible for choosing recipients of our outreach resources, as well as coordinating many fundraisers to benefit outreach in our local community and around the world. We meet the first Tuesday of the month at church. Please join us! Contact any of our members for more information:
Kathy Konieczka (Chairperson), Alain Adjorlolo, Stephanie Almeida (Council Liaison), Joanne Bjornsen,
Kevin Kastning, Ida Beth Morgan, Terry Straka and Ray Thomas,,