Faith ministry continues, even as we remain physically distant. We celebrate God's Spirit leading us.
We were joyously overwhelmed by the response of submissions for visual creations from Faith friends young and old! Over 90 submissions came in of sculpture, painting, wood-working, photography, coloring, needle-work, chalk art, cooking, pour painting, stained glass, quilting, murals, and weaving. These pieces were used on Ash Wednesday, and will be used throughout the season of Lent in Wednesday night worship.
We celebrate continued outreach to the Hugo Family Shelter:
When I was growing up, I always had a homemade quilt on my bed. To me it was a sign of love and caring. A small group of my friends and I have been making quilts for the homeless shelter in Hugo. We try to make each one a different pattern.
When the families leave the Hugo Family Shelter shelter, they get to take the quilt with them. On the back of each quilt, we sew a label that says “may this quilt wrap you with God’s love and bring you comfort and hope. We have delivered 35 quilts.
We are especially thankful to the Faith Endowment Fund, who has given us funds for fabric and batting. Diane Zak
On Sunday we celebrated the life of Will Carlson, a longtime Faith member and leader. We are grateful that hundreds of people (even friends from Tanzania) could join together virtually to mourn. Some comments during the livestream:
"Our deepest condolences to the family. Such a wonderful man. Beautiful service."
"With you virtually to remember Will."
As you witness ministry happening in your home or neighborhood, or as you share God's grace with others, let us know so we can celebrate with you! Email