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Prince of Peace Lutheran Church!


   

A CELEBRATION OF PRAYER  – LENT 2015

The season of Lent, between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday (April 5) will be a celebration of prayer.
This Lenten Season, along with our Sunday worship, we will offer worship on Thursdays  (February 26, March 5, 12, 19, and 26th)
at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church.
Worship will be from 7:00 – 7:30 P.M. followed by snacks, coffee, and fellowship.
We will sing, hear 
God’s Word and study Jesus’ prayers in the Gospel of Luke.

Lenten Pot Luck!

On Thursday, March 26th, we will have a pot luck beginning at 6:00 P.M. and then begin worship at 7:15 P.M.

About the Coming Sundays:.

“Who is Jesus? The One to Follow!”
   The Second Sunday of Lent, March 1, 2015

“Who is Jesus? The Sign!”

   The Third Sunday of Lent, March 8, 2015

“Who is Jesus? Our 
Savior!”
   The Fourth Sunday of Lent , March 15, 2015

“Who is Jesus? Our 
Example!”
   The Fifth Sunday of Lent, March 22, 2015

“Who is Jesus? The Lamb of 
God!”
   Palm/Passion Sunday, March 29, 2015

Holy Week 2015

Palm/Passion Sunday, March 29, 2015
   We will remember God’s love for us through the Passion according to Saint Mark.

Holy Thursday/Maundy Thursday 6:00 
P.M. Thursday, April 1, 2015
   We will enjoy a delicious stew supper at Saint Andrews Lutheran Church followed by a    special Holy Communion. Suggested donation $5 a person.

Good Friday, April 
2,2015
           7:30 – 6:30 P.M. Worship at Prince of Peace

Easter!

   9:00 A.M. Easter Sunday, April 5,2015!
   We will celebrate the center of our faith: Christ is Risen!
   Bring a friend to this special worship with special music.

Thank God for the Life of Tom 
Todd   April 17, 1934 – February 16, 2015
Tom, who along with his wife Rita, were long-time members at Prince of

Peace. Tom went to be with God on Monday February 16. We will celebrate his life at a memorial service Monday, February 23 at 2:00 P.M. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church.

Pastor to the Bishop’s Colloquoy March 1-3

Afterworship on March 1, Pastor Bunnell will be on retreat until the evening of
March 3rd.

Daylight Savings Time begins Sunday, March 8th

– Spring Forward!

LSS Breakfast Saturday, March 14

Council Meeting Tuesday Saint Patrick’s Day March 17 7:00 P.M.

Easter Neighborhood Canvas

Join us Saturday, March 28 at 8:00 A.M. to pass out announcements of our Easter
Worship to our neighbors! Please let Pastor Chuck know if you plan to come.

LSS Looking Forward Breakfast
Our breakfast this year will be Saturday, March 14, 2015 10:00 to 12:00  at the Knights of Columbus Council 3601 Hall. 21433 Strathern St. Canoga Park, Ca 91304.
Please let Flo Naatz know if you would like to attend.

LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES NEWS

Did you give something up for Lent, or did you take something on? Instead of giving
up chocolate or coffee, why not give up hopelessness, or take on generosity?
Here at LSS we’re taking on all kinds of exciting plans for spring.
·Judith Aguilar is teaching basic computer skills the first week in March. On Monday and Tuesday (March 2 & 3) the class will cover Internet skills, basic research, email and simple Word functions. On Wednesday and Thursday (March 4 & 5) she’ll have volunteers
adding ESL skills. Please call to reserve a space.

·Saturday, March 14th will be our “Looking Forward” breakfast to
thank our supporters and volunteers. We’ll be at the Knights of Columbus hall,
21433 Strathern, almost across the street from LSS. This will allow us to offer
tours of the office for anyone who hasn’t been in to see our new facility.
Breakfast will be served from 10 am to noon. Call 818-901-9480 to reserve a
table of ten for your church or group.
·We can now offer bus passes for existing
clients. Supplies are limited, and you must already be a client to receive a
pass.

·Our Golf Tournament will be Monday, May 11th at Porter Valley
Country Club. We still need volunteers, and of course, plenty of golfers. Also
if you have any items such as wine, theatre or event tickets and other items
for the Silent Auction you would like to donate, please do!
·Still needed for our homeless clients: a
washer and dryer (gas) so that clients involved in H2H with Alex can wash their
clothes and be presentable for job interviews and just feel better about
themselves.
·LSS office will be closed Feb 26th

Please address any general question sto FKilner@LSSCommunityCare.org; 818-901-9480

Lutheran World Relief News
Lutheran World Relief recently released a 2015 “Early Warning Forecast” of regions to watch and why. The regions highlighted in the report are
ones LWR is actively monitoring.
Many of these regions are also places where, with
your support, LWR is already in-country, working to help communities mitigate
the worst effects of potential crises by developing disaster response plans and strengthening resilience, especially in the most vulnerable rural areas.
Here’s where we’re
watching
·Indonesia, where more than a third of the population (76+ million people) depends
on agriculture for income, which could be destroyed by coastal flooding due to
rising sea-waters, land-damaging earthquakes or another tsunami.
·Nepal, where are melting glacial ice in the Himalayas, causing increased
downstream flooding and deforestation is also raising the risk and potential
effects of flash floods and landslides.
·Philippines, whose people are coping with the effects of three major storms in as
many years.
·Iraq*, where armed conflict has escalated significantly with the rise of
ISIS, displacing more than 2 million people and putting more than 5 million in
need of humanitarian assistance to access such basic services as water and
sanitation.
·Central America (Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua), where there have been two
consecutive years of poor harvests due to rain irregularity, drought and leaf
rust.
·Colombia where the issue of land rights for displaced farmers remains a key
trigger point for human rights and economic justice.
·Sahel region (Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger) where the cumulative effect of repeated
food and humanitarian crises, coupled with changing weather patterns has left
more than 18 million people at risk of hunger.
·South Sudan where tens of thousands of people have died and 1.9 million have been
displaced since conflict broke out in December 2013

 


        


 

Pastor Chuck Bunnell
(818)430-2864 (cell phone - call anytime!)
charlesbunnell123@yahoo.com