Financial Peace University
From 1-3pm in Choir Conference Room
March 3—May 5, (skipping Easter Sunday)
Register through Church Office
Tuesday Evening Women’s Bible Study
Our Tuesday Evening Women’s Bible Study is a 11 week study called Jesus The One And Only. It is a Beth Moore study with a focus on Luke.
The study begins on Tuesday, January 29th and finishes on Tuesday, April 16th. We meet at the Grace Center from 5:30-8:00 pm. Come learn more about Jesus and his life, eat, engage in a great discussion, make new friendships, and grow closer to Jesus.
The study book is $18.00. Contact Virginia Weisz if you have any questions.
If you are interested you can contact the office information. Please contact the church office (760-375-9768) or see the weekly bulletin or online calendar for more information.
9:30 to 10:30 AM in Room. Children’s Sunday School meets in rooms 8 and 9 for their lesson and activities. This year’s themes is Guided by God’s Promises. Our Sunday School children enjoy listening to Bible stories, making great crafts, participating in community projects and playing handbells. Please come and join us!
9:30 to 10:30 AM Room 7. Confirmation class for middle school students: this year the confirmation class will be studying Luther’s Small Catechism (teaching manual), going in-depth on the foundational teachings of Christian faith.” This class is taught by Pastor Madsen
9:30 to 10:30 AM Room 11. High school is with Leticia Wilson and Luke Kelly focusing on various service projects.
9:30 to 10:30 AM Room 5. Join us through a series beginning with the Book of Galatians and going through the Book of Titus, followed by a study in the Smaller Prophets. This study meets in room 5 and is taught by Albert Guerrero .
9:30 to 10:30 AM Room 6. Join us for in-depth study of the Acts of the Apostles. This study meets in room 6 and is taught by Mike Paterson.
Grace Around The World | Lutheran Social Services
Lutheran Social Services has roots going back 150 years assisting those in need through the love of Christ through health care and social services. In Southern California its official start came in 1944 in San Diego.
In Southern California LSSSC helps those with emotional, spiritual needs as well as the physical needs of clothing, food, school supplies and more.
Last summer a group of us from Missions and Service visited the Lutheran Social Service program in San Bernardino. A former church was turned into an outreach for the community there helping with the local homeless. They gave them a place to stay, feed them several times a week, had after school programs, a thrift store and a safe place to have substance abuse recovery. Visit http://www.lsssc.org to learn more.