Help bring to life a new design for our website (project led by member Nate Garrett), and use your design, coding, writing, or photography skills to support Resurrection’s online presence. To learn more or to get involved with the Web Team, contact firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, March 24.
Help create an underwater playground for Scuba VBS! “Adopt a prop” and pick up a kit in the church narthex to help us make decorating items. Kits contain projects for different skill levels. Instructions and most supplies are included. Return completed props to the office by Sunday, April 7.
Resurrection is forming an internal IT advisory team responsible for developing and designing an IT strategy. If you would like to be a part of this team or want to learn more, please sign up or contact email@example.com by Sunday, March 17.
Help decorate the Resurrection sanctuary with flowers this Easter! To donate flowers, sign-up online or in the church narthex by Sunday, March 3. Flowers are potted and are yours to keep after Easter Sunday.
Resurrection is collecting clear glass vases 12-16 inches in height for Random Acts of Flowers of Indianapolis for use in creating and delivering bouquets to people in assisted living, nursing homes, and local hospitals. Drop off vase donations in the church narthex collection box by Sunday, March 17.
Download a copy of Resurrection Lutheran Church’s Annual Report 2023. The report includes a special message from the pastor and a look back over the year at highlights from worship, faith formation, service and outreach, and community.
Resurrection’s Breadbox needs your donations to help restock the shelves and support the Interchurch Food Pantry of Johnson County. Donations of elbow macaroni, spaghetti, and white long-grain rice are always needed for Second Helpings.
Pick up Lent at Home devotion kits in the church narthex on Sundays, Feb. 4 and 11. Two options are available: a set of activity eggs (households with young children) and a set of devotion and activity cards (all other households).
Get ready for Scuba VBS at Resurrection, Sunday, June 2 – Thursday, June 6! Children ages three years old through elementary school are invited for five nights of Bible stories, games, crafts, and other activities. Help collect items to use in making under-the-sea themed decorations.
A common Epiphany tradition is to “chalk the door” and bless a living space at the start of a new year. Pick up an Epiphany home blessing kit (includes chalk) in the church narthex on Sundays Dec. 31 and Jan. 7, or download the liturgy and use your own chalk at home.