The more the merrier, as space fills up as Luther Memorial welcomes craft enthusiasts to our 1st Fall Craft Fair on Saturday, October 1st, 10am-3pm - enjoy the talents of those of our community offering one-of-a-kind items for gifting or your home. A food truck will be on site; some refreshments , and an in-house bake sale will be hosted by the mission team supporting Community of Good Neighbors, a Buffalo Lutheran community development group.Vendor Registration
While you are rounding out your school supplies, pick up something extra for a student in need (list below).
The more the merrier as space fills up (but is still available) as Luther Memorial welcomes all craft enthusiasts to our very First Fall Craft Fair on Saturday, October 1st from 10am-3pm - enjoy the talents of those of our community as they offer one-of-a-kind items for gifting or your home.
Confirmation 2022-2023 planning has begun for the Fall kick-off of confirmation classes; details about the starting date and the opening activities should be sent to you soon.
Starting Sunday, July 17th, we will not be on Facebook live but you can find us on our YouTube Channel.
For decades, members of Luther Memorial have worked with and supported area food pantries, and that support continues on. In Fall, 2021, 500+ of your donated items were delivered to the pantry at Faith Lutheran Church, Cicero. Your generous donations (table in social hall) are welcome throughout the year.
Lutheran Disaster Response is engaging wth partners in the affected areas, including the Indiana-Kentucky Synod, to respond to immediate needs; recovery will likely take years. Gifts to "US Tornadoes" will be used enitrely (100%) to assist those affected by tornadoes until the response is complete.
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