Little Kitchen FoodShelf Garage Sale

Yard Sale for Little Kitchen

Friday, June 23:   8 am to 5 pm
Saturday, June 24 :   8 am to 4 pm

Sale held at Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church parking lot on the corner of 27th and Johnson St NE.

Gustavus Adolphus Church Parking Lot 27th and Johnson St. NE

This is a Name Your Price Sale. Gather your treasures, then name your price!

All proceeds benefit the Little Kitchen Food Shelf,
a ministry of Grace Lutheran Church

Your donations needed.  Please bring your gently used items to the sale on Friday 6/23 between 8 am and 12 pm. The more we have to sell, the more money we can make for the food shelf! No large furniture please.

If you would like to volunteer or need to drop off donations early, please contact Beth.

Ladies’ Tea Luncheon

Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 1:30 PM

Ladies TeaIt’s time for mothers, daughters, sisters and friends to gather at this annual, elegant event. The tea will be held in Mary & Martha’s Tea Room (AKA the Grace Center Multipurpose Room).

Tickets are as follows:
Ladies: $15.00
Young Ladies (5 – 12 yrs): $7.00
Little Ladies (under 5 yrs): No Charge

Reservations are requested by May 2 (or earlier), seating is limited. For tickets, please see or contact Jennifer Fischer (612-781-1117 or Snooky1022@comcast.net) or call the church office at 612-788-2444.

The tea is a fundraiser; $5 of the $15 ticket is tax deductible. Hats are strongly encouraged, and no jeans please.

The event will include a quilt raffle and small marketplace available before and after the tea. If you would like to donate handmade items for sale in the marketplace, the MDSF Tea Team suggests items that are knitted, crocheted, sewn, embroidered, cross-stitched, or are jewelry or ceramics. If you have questions about what to donate, please see or speak with Jennifer Fischer or Kathy Munson.

Holy Week

Sunday, April 9, 11am — Palm Sunday Brunch
We end our celebratory Palm Sunday worship with a youth-led brunch!

Thursday, April 13, 6:30pm — Maundy Thursday
We begin the Triduum (Three Days) by sharing a meal and remembering Jesus’ last supper.

Friday, April 14, 6:30pm — Good Friday
We continue the Triduum by remembering Jesus’ death on the cross.

Saturday, April 15, 4pm — Holy Saturday Passion Walk
We end the Triduum with a walk around our Northeast neighborhood, retracing the last hours of Jesus in distance and story. The walk will be about 2.5 miles and take roughly an hour.

Sunday, April 16, 10am — Easter Sunday Worship
Like the women at the tomb, we awaken to God’s incredible promise… death does not have the last word!  Jesus is risen!

Parents’ Night Out


We welcome you to join us for Parents’ Night Out!

PNO is a time for kids ages 4-12 to come together for mac & cheese dinner, fun, crafts, games, and a movie, while parents get a few hours to rest, relax, or even have a fun Friday night out!

Kids will be supervised by church staff and volunteers.  All volunteers are members at Grace Lutheran and have had background checks.

This is a FREE event to benefit our Little Kitchen Food Shelf.  Free will donations to LKFS are gladly accepted online or in person, or you may bring a non-perishable food item to the event if you wish.

Please register by Monday, April 3rd.

We will serve dinner starting at 5pm. Kids can also bring their own dinner if they like, or come having already eaten.

There will be games, crafts, and options for story time.  We’ll close the evening with a movie night (G-rated) and end at 8pm.

Questions?  Contact Pastor Emmy.

 

Yoga at Grace Center

Yoga Classes Mondays, 4:15 pm – Starting March 6, 2017
Instructor – Niki Bohne
Enter at the 5th St (food shelf) door
Meet in the Sanctuary

Cost – $5 – cash preferred, checks accepted

No experience? No problem. All are welcome.

From Niki:  “Practice will be slow, deliberate, and breath-based linking each movement to either the inhale or the exhale. You will still be strengthening your physical body, but the pace will be eastern, not western. Smooth and steady. We will start by getting to know one another, exploring breathing techniques, and learning where our physical sweet spots are. I am privileged to be a part of a lineage (set of techniques passed from teacher to student) that believes we are a system, and when part of the system is out of balance we are out of balance.”