The Executive Committee has come to an agreement with the owners of the former J.W. Horner Lumber Building on a lease with the option to purchase.
This year’s VBS Wild West fun will take place June 1-4 on the farm of Steve and Kit Tornberg near Harrisburg.
Children in pre-school through fifth grade will ride the trail through the Old Testament stories of Moses designed to lead kids to Jesus and God’s ultimate plan for salvation. VBS kicks off on Sunday, June 1, with a meal for all families and volunteers beginning at 4:30 p.m.
There is an abundance of opportunities to volunteer and help with VBS. According to Ministry Coordinator Julie Burnside, between 50-60 volunteers will be needed to serve during VBS.
"I think this is going to be an extremely fun time for everyone who gets involved with VBS," Burnside said. "When we told the kids that we were having VBS on the Tornberg Farm, they were so excited. We are so grateful to Steve and Kit for being gracious enough to open up their farm for this special event."
This is the first time that King of Glory is hosting its own VBS program. The past two years, KOG partnered with Linwood Wesleyan Church.
To learn more about SonWest Roundup and the volunteer opportunities, please use the link below.
King of Glory Family,
Thank you to those who attended the special forum on the search for a facility option for King of Glory. There is a link below to watch a video of the forum and a link to download the powerpoint presentation given at the forum.
We did present a specific facility option that we are pursuing at this time. The Executive Committee is currently pursuing a lease with an option to purchase agreement for the former Horner Lumberyard building and land. You can read more about that facility and land by clicking here to visit the realtor's website.
Please feel free to contact me to converse further about the current direction or other options that are under consideration.
What is next?
Our hope is to have more detailed information available in the next seven to ten days on the game plan moving forward.
CLICK HERE to download a copy of the presentation.
CLICK HERE to visit the page with a video of the forum. Please note that it is not high quality and is difficult to hear the questions but presenters can be heard.
Please be in prayer for the decisions that need to be made regarding facility options. Pray for God's hand to guide us to a place where we can best fulfill our mission of making disciples of Jesus.
Announcing a new Lenten devotional booklet for members and friends of the North American Lutheran Church, written by Pastor David Wendel, Assistant to the Bishop for Ministry and Ecumenism.
If you are like me you don't like things in limbo. I like everything completed and finalized. You could say that we are living in limbo as we wait for our glorious inheritance or in other words we are living in between worlds.