Lutheran Church of Reconciliation

Serving at our Church

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Sharing your gifts

We welcome and appreciate whatever you feel led to do. The primary time to serve is when we gather on Sundays. We come to worship, learn, and share a time of friendship with each other. There are many ways to serve on Sundays as we gather to worship, learn, and share a time of friendship with each other.

Serving in worship
  • Assisting Minister and Communion Assistant
  • Lector (reader)
  • Usher
  • Greeter
  • Music

Contact the church office for more information.

Bible study and fellowship

Serving in learning is the chance to lead our adults in Bible study or discussion group.

Serving in fellowship is an opportunity to provide coffee and refreshments for folks who come.

Love and Care Outreach Ministries

Caring for the folks of our congregation !

Cards and Calls

Coordinator — Leslie Aschemeier
This group sends cards to the congregation due to illness, etc. They make calls after natural disasters.

Eucharist and Home Visits

Coordinator — Bob Gatewood
This group visits those who would like communion and home visits.

Grief Care

Coordinator — Joyce Wehrle Hanson
This group supports those facing grief due to death of family member, pets, loss of job, etc.

Meal Train

Coordinator — Jan Shomo
This group sends meals for those needing meals after surgery, injury or illness.

Prayer Shawls

Coordinator — Jean Jones
This group makes Prayer Shawls for those needed comfort for any reason. They also make hats for children at the school we sponsor.

Transportation

Coordinator — Karen Aune
This group provides transportation to individuals who are in need going to doctors appointments or getting to church.

Church Committees

More ways to contribute

  • Parish Life
  • Music and Worship
  • Social Ministries
  • LCORM
  • Outreach
  • Property
  • Pre-School
  • Stewardship
  • Marketing

I'm ready to put faith into action.

There are many ways you can make a difference at Reconciliation.