June Newsletter

Pastor D.J. on Summer Break - June 1 thru August 31

As part of our call process with Pastor D.J., it was negotiated that he be hired at three quarters time which means he has a substantial part of the summer off because that is the busy season for his wife, FLL Camp director Amanda, and he is needed to help care for their four children.  Pastor D.J.  will be preaching one weekend a month at United throughout the summer and will be available "on call" to take care of funerals, emergencies, or other issues that may arise.

Fall Fest at Fortune Lake Lutheran Camp - October 2, 2021

Fortune Lake Lutheran Camp In Crystal Falls, MI, is pleased to announce that Fall Fest is on for 2021!!! Events include a live in-person auction of a small  lot of handmade quilts, a Country Store with smaller handmade items for sale, a draffle, a silent virtual auction, and (tentatively) a brunch and bake sale. Check the Camp website for the latest information www.fortunelake.org

Church Scholarships

Scholarships (for half of the cost after discounts have been applied) are available to members of United for the retreats, workshops, or camp. Scholarship forms for those attending Fortune Lake Lutheran Camp are available on the camp website. The church office must sign and have a copy of the camp scholarship form in order for the camp to receive United's portion of the fee.

Memories of Mine

A tribute to our area's mining history is going to be built near United's parking lot retaining wall.  As many of you know, the boulders in the retaining wall are from the Old Bristol Mine area.  Therefore we are offering the opportunity for folks to make a donation to have a plaque attached to one of the boulders in memory of loved ones who once worked or were affected by the mining industry.  We are asking for donations of $100 - $400, depending on the size of the boulder you would like.  Print the following form and mail it  along with a check made out to United Lutheran Church:  Memories of Mine form

Disaster Relief

 

We are a church that rolls up its sleeves.  Lutheran Disaster Response is there helping those in need. 

What you can do:

1. Pray for the communities as they work to recover.

2. Give. Know that 100 percent of your donation will be used to help families affected by this disaster.  Click on the following link if you would like more info or would like to contribute. http://www.elca.org/Our-Work/Relief-and-Development/Lutheran-Disaster-Response