My name is Pastor Mary Daniels and I am looking forward to serving with you at Messiah for three Sundays a month and hoping we will be able to start a Bible Study on Sunday mornings this fall.
To tell you a little about myself, I was born and raised on a small farm in South Dakota. I attended a small grade school (5 in my class!) in a town of 100. I attended all four years of high school at Augustan Academy, an ALC Lutheran High School. That is where I met my husband Kenny. I have had a variety of occupations through my life including being a waitress, working for an accountant, teaching in a vocational school, working in the dental field and in my last job I was city clerk/treasurer for the Town of Wilbur. I was there for 21 years doing the bookkeeping for the town when I responded to the call to ministry in 1999. I graduated from PLTS and did my internship and served fo 15 years at St. John's in Sprague, WA and Good Hope Lutheran in Lind, WA in a joint ministry. I retired in 2015 and have done a lot of pulpit supply during that time.
My husband and I have 2 chidren and 3 grandchildren that live int he Spokane area. I look forward to getting to know each one of you and working with you in spreading the good news of God's love for us through Jesus Christ.
See you on June 2! God bless you all!
As you "set sail into the sunset", know that we are eternally grateful for your steadfast love and devotion to Gos's word and to our Messiah Lutheran Church community.
Now, as you start the next chapter of your life, rejoice in your accomplishments with a future filled with blessings of good health and the joy of good friends. Thanks you for all your help at Messiah.
Laural K. Vitale, Council President
You are invited to a short presentation by visiting Tanzanian pastors, Pastor Moses and Pastor Eliud from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania, on Sunday, June 2 at 4:00 pm at St. Luke Lutheran Church, 9704 North Division Street.
There will be a short presentation followed by a time for questions and answers and fellowship. Bring your questions and come join us as we welcome our Tanzanian Brothers in Christ!
Bags for the Homeless will continue and needs include: tuna pouches, cheese and crackers, peanut butter and crackers, individual trail mix, individual nut packs, sanitizer and socks.
The annual Ice Cream Socialwill be on July 21 following church service.
The Indians Baseball Games will be on July 26 and August 24. Watch for more information coming soone.
Worship with Communion at 10:00 am
Classes for grade school children at 9:00 am
Adult Forum at 8:30 am
Our ministry partner, Caritas, has some specific needs at this time. Food: jam and crackers - Necessities: shampoo and laundry soap
Messiah is now receiving funds online through Tithe.ly. You may access the program from your personal computer or download the app for your phone or tablet.