Marion Hill

Evangelical

Lutheran Church


 

1809 B. Ave.

White City, KS 66872

785-482-3830

Sunday School 10:30am

Sunday Worship 11:00am

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WELCA  




On December 8th, the Marion Hill WELCA meets to make Christmas plates for others.   So, please plan to bring enough items to fill 14 or 16 plates, that we will give as a gift from Marion Hill. If you are unable to be at church this date, then bring items and leave at the church. We do individually wrap each item, so the delicious contents are preserved. Since we have church at 11:00 AM, we will meet at 10:00 AM to prepare the plates. If we are unable to finish our task before the start of church, then we will wrap things up after the church service. What should you bring…baked items, drink packets, small packages of crackers or nuts, snack mixes, fruit, candy, or perhaps you have new ideas.


   

 

  

 



                 







Christmas Eve Service

               A tradition dating back for many years is the Christmas Eve service at Marion Hill.  Communion is available to all who believe, and children may be

brought to the altar for a blessing.  The service

always ends in candlelight with the congregation

singing “Silent Night”. 

Everyone is welcome to attend.  


                                


 


 




 

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

Sunday School will start for children at Marion Hill Lutheran Church on October 6. Time is 10:30 AM. Since this is a multi-age program with one teacher, we will start “small” and then if we need to expand time or other aspects, we will. A short lesson, activity, music, and treat will be part of the experience. Anyone with Sunday School materials or ideas are welcome to share those with Cynthia Schrader.


Happy Birthday to .........


 Josi Schrader   Meg Oleen   Steve Shepard   Matt Becker   Albert Johnson   Pam Olson   Shelby Morgan Langvardt   Ethan Oleen   Megan Allen Myles Thomas Tytla   Austin Oleen   Andrew Michael Schrader JESUS BARR YOSEF   Andrew Leeck

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TOMAH SHINGA SUMMER CAMP WISH LIST There are many needs here at camp and we are so grateful for any and all donations we receive. Please see the lists below for our current needs.
If you feel moved to donate items or monetary funds for us to purchase these items, please contact Ben at tomahshinga@gmail.com.
Items Needed for Operation Items Needed for Programming
1. Mini Vans 1. Hammocks
2. Large Air Compressor 2. Open fire cooking equipment
3. Category 1 Brush Hog 3. Griddle
4. Zero Turn Lawn Mowers 4. Gallon cans white or colored paint
5. Silverware (125 sets) 5. Potting soil
6. Professional Cooking Knives 6. Tie dye materials
7. Printer 7. Glue
8. Wasp/Bug Spray 8. Markers
9. Paper Towels/Toilet Paper 9.Paint brushes
10. 40 Gallon Heavy Duty Trash Bags 10.Battery-powered CD player 11.Bug Nets 12. Caterpillar Tongs
13. Tennis balls, Hula hoops
14.un Toss-able Items (i.e. Rubber Chickens)


TOMAH SHINGA SUMMER CAMP WISH LIST There are many needs here at camp and we are so grateful for any and all donations we receive. Please see the lists below for our current needs.
If you feel moved to donate items or monetary funds for us to purchase these items, please contact Ben at tomahshinga@gmail.com.
Items Needed for Operation Items Needed for Programming
1. Mini Vans 1. Hammocks
2. Large Air Compressor 2. Open fire cooking equipment
3. Category 1 Brush Hog 3. Griddle
4. Zero Turn Lawn Mowers 4. Gallon cans white or colored paint
5. Silverware (125 sets) 5. Potting soil
6. Professional Cooking Knives 6. Tie dye materials
7. Printer 7. Glue
8. Wasp/Bug Spray 8. Markers
9. Paper Towels/Toilet Paper 9.Paint brushes
10. 40 Gallon Heavy Duty Trash Bags 10.Battery-powered CD player 11.Bug Nets 12. Caterpillar Tongs
13. Tennis balls, Hula hoops
14.un Toss-able Items (i.e. Rubber Chickens)

GIVING THANKS

Although Marion Hill WELCA did not meet last month, the members promoted an idea for Marion Hill church members to donate twenty-four items to the Morris County Food Pantry in November.  Through twenty-four days in the month, members could donate one food item for those in need and put in a large box. Boxes were then left at the Farmers State Bank or Galen and Jean Johnson’s home in Dwight.  Jan and LoJean Oleen and Galen and Jean Johnson made sure our thankfulness projects (food boxes) were taken to the right source by December 8.       


Community Chorus Opportunity

Community Chorus practice started September 24. These will be held on Tuesdays in the Dwight Methodist Church starting at 7:30 PM. The performance will be at the Dwight Community Christmas Celebration on December 8. Adults and high school students are welcome to be part of the Community Chorus. If you have any questions, please call Diane Euler at 785.466.1573.  

 

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