TeenServe is coming to Pine Island, MN this summer.
Local churches and individuals are bringing an army of volunteers from all over the country to our area July 7-13, 2019 to help the Elderly, disabled and lower income families! Work camp is based out of Pine Island, MN serving a 25-mile radius with 300-400 youth expected to participate. Projects will include wheel chair ramp construction, Interior & Exterior painting, Light Construction and Weatherization, all at no charge. Many volunteers are still needed.*
Deadline to apply is April 15.
For more information call: (800) 596-FIXUP or (800) 596-3498
with questions, to *volunteer or apply for assistance.
Locally, you can also contact JoAnne Cluth @ 507-398-6712.
CLICK HERE to check out a great video
CLICK HERE to view/print the April newsletter for United Redeemer Lutheran Church
Let’s Build A Playground!!!
Looking for 4-5 people to serve on a playground task force to design and research a playground for URLC. We will start meeting in May (maybe between services so no night meetings!) If you are interested please talk to Cindy or Marggi!!
Let’s make this happen for our kiddlings!!
Ladies, mark your calendar for July 28-July 30
in Lake City Minnesota.
We have rented a VRBO (Vacation Rental By Owners) on the shores of Lake Pepin for 14 women-all ages! Come and join in relaxing, swimming, kayaking, walking, running, shopping and eating (food will be on your own)! Bring a friend and enjoy the warmth and beauty of summer. The cost is $50.00 per person for the 2 nights.
… Can you believe it, summer is around the corner!?!
Sign up on Pastor Marggi’s door.
Sign up and submit your payment of $50 by April 30th
Checks made out to URLC
Join us for the 10:30 Service on Sunday March 31st
Our Sunday school kids will be singing “Jesus Loves Me”
Looking for chicken or rabbit manure for the church gardens this summer. If you have some for us, please contact Jaycee Nilson or Mary Rohe.
Our closet held more than 50 jacket/hat/mitten
“sets” at the beginning of the cold weather season.
Thanks to all who contributed. Now it’s time to
replenish our supply, to keep local growing kids
Please consider donating jackets (we can wash and
repair), and consider shopping at garage sales,
resale shops, donation centers (like the Salvation
Army stores), or your own closets to help us have
coats on hand for cold kids.
The most needed sizes are children’s 8-16, youth
and adult sizes. “Z-M Cougar” wear welcomed.
There is also a high demand for waterproof gloves
for elementary students.
The Closet is located on the lower level “hallway” and items can be left there.
Mary Goplen and Deb Wilkinson