CHECK YOUR MAILBOX
There are still some 2019 contribution envelopes and March newsletters in the mailboxes in the church office. Please remember to check your mailbox weekly. There may be important information in them.
There was an error in the March Newsletter. The correct last day for ordering Easter Lilies is April 8, 2019. Please make note of this correction.
LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL 75th ANNIVERSARY
This afternoon, the Lutheran High School Association is celebrating 75 years of Christian education at Concordia University Ann Arbor. There will be a complimentary wine and cheese reception beginning at 2:30 p.m. A concert featuring the choirs and bands of Lutheran North, Northwest, and Westland will follow at 4:00. No tickets or RSVP are required.
COUNCIL OF LUTHERAN WOMEN LUNCHEON
REMINDER - This is the last week to request an additional reservation for the Council of Lutheran Women Luncheon on March 19. You must contact Lucie before Friday, March 8. If you've not yet turned in your payment ($29 per person), please give it directly to Ron Varty to reimburse the church for the initial order payment made in January on your behalf.
There are some new bonus offers. Bed Bath & Beyond (+1%), Boston Market (+2%), buybuyBABY (+1%), Carters (+1%), Christmas Tree Shops (+1%), and Journeys (+2.75%) will be available on orders placed by March 15. If anyone is placing an order this week, please leave it in Daryl & Lucie's mailbox in the office. It will be picked up on Monday when we're back from babysitting in Ohio. Payless is being removed from the SCRIP list as their stores are closing. If you have any Payless gift cards in your possession, use them as soon as possible.
LUTHERAN HOUR MINISTRIES
Listen to “The Lutheran Hour” every Sunday with host Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler on the following radio dials: Detroit WDFN (1130) @ 6:30 a.m.; WRDT (560) @ 6:30 p.m. and Sirius XM Satellite Family Radio 170 @ 1:00 P.M. Next Sunday, March 10, the Lutheran Hour theme will be: “Through Another’s Eyes” – Art helps us to better see the world. John’s Gospel, which is both history and art, puts the world in proper focus. (John 9:1-41)