THANK YOU FOR A SUCCESSFUL FOOD DRIVE!
Thanks to your generous donations, our 2nd annual Food Drive was a huge success. This year we collected 2,197pounds of food andhygiene items which wedelivered to our service partners at WECAN, Westonka Food Shelf and Interfaith Outreach. We also collected $245 in cash donations. Faith In Action won our friendly competition between ministry teams with Worship/Communications coming in a close second. We'll celebrate all teams at our Ministry Night on May 9th.
Thank you again for your generosity. You'vetruly made a difference in the lives of others.
On Monday April 17th, the crew of Grandall and Engen LLC arrived with boxes and crates and removed our sanctuary organ for the main stage of its refurbishment process. Our organ was built by the noted South Dakota firm of J.F. Nordlie Company and is a unique one of-a-kind instrument, custom built for our sanctuary by master craftsmen in 1988. All the pipes will be cleaned and refurbished at the Grandall and Engen shop in Maple Grove and we expect the instrument back in full working order before Summer. Leadership of congregational song will continue during the interim with a temporary organ, piano, and other instrumentalists. Photographs and more details of the project as they arrive will be on display for the congregation.
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