All 7th-12th graders are invited to celebrate the end to a wonderful semester at Fellowship Student Ministry! We’ll throw on Elf and drink hot chocolate. Enter the cookie decorating contest, and grow your heart a few sizes by helping to package gifts for the seniors in our community. Bring your friends for a jolly good time will be had by all!
All 9th-12th grade students are invited to enjoy a demonstration and masterclass from Tulsa artist Darly Reimer. Daryl is a member at Fellowship Lutheran Church and has contributed art to our community for years. Don’t miss your chance to see a professional artist in action and to pick their brain and learn some invaluable skills!
Politics are confusing. And in today’s world, many young people only see adults being angry and divisive. What’s the point? But we don’t have to listen to all the negativity. Join us September 30th for an opportunity to see what positive and productive public engagement for all ages can look like!
Let's do life together! All senior high students are invited to join the full congregation of Fellowship Lutheran Church for a night of community, as we focus our vision of fellowship with each other. Fellowship Student Ministry will be launching a new Senior High Community Group meeting on Monday evenings from 7:00pm-8:30pm. This fall we will be discussing Brene Brown's book, The Gifts of Imperfection. This Launch event is the place to learn more about community groups and to meet the other people who will be journeying with us this school year.
All 7th-12th grade students are invited to join us Sunday mornings: September 16th, 23rd, & 30th, 10:15-11:00am to discuss next year's summer trip. We'll share our vision and values for our annual summer trips, and discuss how we can be good stewards of our time and resources, while at the same time having fun and serving our world. Don't miss your chance to add your voice to the discussion!
Sit down for a meal with other parents of teenagers in our community. Hear the vision for our upcoming school year, both Confirmation and Senior High, meet some of the leaders who will be journeying with your kids, and swap stories of hard it is to wake your 14 year-old up in the morning. Lunch will be provided, please RSVP below.
Jump back into the school year with a relaxing float down the Illinois River! We'll spend Friday night relaxing right on the river at the Arrowhead Resort and Saturday we'll float! Our exclusive cabin will have basketball, volleyball, croquet, shuffleboard, and a private swimming area. The whole weekend we'll be floating, playing, making new friends, and exploring what it means to live our values: do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly.
Join our community at Town Village Senior Living as we share liturgy and communion together. Every month the Lutheran residents at Town Village gather with Pastor because they are unable to join us for regular worship on Sunday mornings. This month we will be serving them! This is a wonderful opportunity to bear witness to the Church that is not a place, but a people. Join us!
Do faith and science contradict each other? Sometimes it's hard to navigate our ancient tradition and modern discoveries. How do we interpret our sacred texts in light of science? How do we do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly in this post-modern world that is ever increasingly surpassing our imaginations with technology and scientific discovery? Join the discussion with other senior high students every Wednesday night from April 18th-May 9th. 5:30 for pizza nand games, 6:00 for discussion!
7th-12th grade students are invited to join us to plan our all three Sunday morning services on April 15th, 2018. Every week we will learn about our Lutheran liturgy, and why we do what we do on Sundays. Then you will have the chance plan every detail of all three Sunday morning services on April 15th.
9th-12th grade students are invited to continue our conversation about suffering, loss, mental health, and depression. How do these issues affect you as a student? How are we interacting with them in our personal journeys, our families, and in society at large? And where do we go from here? Add your voice to the conversation!