CHURCH HOURS: Monday – Friday 8 AM – 12 Noon
In person worship at 8:30am & 10:45am
Our service will be recorded Live on Facebook and posted in Flocknote.
Your offering may be mailed or done online by going to https://www.flcwilmington.com/donationsofferings
You may also check out the Southern Ohio Synod’s website for more resources.
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Volunteers Needed-There is a sign-up sheet in the narthex for Greeters and Lectors. Please check the dates and see if you are available to volunteer a Sunday.
The 2021 Altar Flower Chart Has Been Posted On The Bulletin Board In The Narthex. Sign up on your preferred Sunday and indicate if they are given “in memory of…”; “in celebration of…” or “in honor of…” - A $15 donation is suggested. Thank you!
Do You Order From Amazon? If so, then try Amazon Smile to support Faith Lutheran Church! First, go to Amazon Smile and choose Faith Lutheran Church Wilmington, OH as your charity. Then, shop as usual and Faith will receive a percentage of your purchase. It’s that easy!
Welca Website: The website Womenoftheelca.org has very good articles, including Daily Grace, which may be of interest to you. Check it out! Café is an award-winning web-based magazine (boldcafe.org) for young adult women who are interested in how faith relates to issues women face today.
For November 16, 2022, our food pantry helped a total of 26 adults, 18 seniors and 16 children (60 total people – 22 families). For the total of the month of November, our food pantry helped 54 adults, 38 seniors and 20 children (112 total people - 46 families). If you would like to learn more about volunteering for this ministry, see Jack Connor or Terri Roberts. To help supplement our Food Pantry this year, we are asking the congregation to bring a different product each month as shown below.
Food Pantry Donations 2023
January-Kleenex February- Dish Soap
March-Laundry Detergent April-Zip-Loc Bags
May- Hand/Bar Soap June-Toilet Paper
July-Tooth Paste/Brushes August-Dish Soap
September-Toilet Paper October-Kleenex
November-Shampoo December-Paper Towels
REGIONAL & LOCAL EVENTS:
Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group 1ST Thursday of each month; 6:00pm-7:30pm – Ohio Living Cape May Multi-purpose room.
For more information call Abby Ellsberry 937-725-3542
Angels Awaiting Maternity Home- 782 Xenia Avenue, Wilmington. Wanted: Mature, single, woman of faith to move into our Angel House and run day to day activities, and oversee residents. We are looking for a few volunteers to fulfill other positions as well. If interested, call 937-283-7976.
Community Care Hospice is in need of volunteers! For more information, please visit www.communitycarehospice.com or call 937-382-5400. Community Care Hospice is located at 1669 Rombach Ave, Wilmington.
Coffee And Conversation: Held the third Wednesday of every month in Cape May’s Cambridge Library. Open to all residents, family members, friends and the general public. Different speakers plus refreshments and snacks are included!
Solutions Community Counseling & Recovery Center: 953 S. South St., Wilmington.
St. Vincent Veteran Families: Financial assistance for Veterans and their families for housing and VA benefits, serving homeless and at risk households. Katie Lewis, Outreach Specialist, phone # 937-222-7340, ext. 207 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Information at 1-888-751-1238.
Clinton Memorial Hospital offers a variety of volunteer opportunities.
If you are looking for a rewarding experience and a feeling of community spirit, THIS is the place for YOU! For more information about Clinton Memorial Hospital’s Volunteer Services, contact Veronica Grabill, Volunteer Services Coordinator, at 937 382-9223 or e-mail email@example.com
Help support people through their work based recovery, and get your yard work done.
Mowing, edging, weeding, gutter cleaning and more! Contact Sugartree Landscaping on Facebook, or by email SugartreeLandscaping@gmail.com or by phone at 937-239-3944.
Become a casa Volunteer,
change a child's story. Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) advocate for children who are caught in the legal system as a result of being the victim of abuse, neglect or lack of proper care by their parents. They work for the best interest of children and help ensure every child grows up in a safe, stable and loving home. Clinton County CASA is looking for passionate community volunteers to help serve children in our county who have experienced abuse and neglect. Do you have 8 hours a month to give to a child in our community?