The quilters of First Lutheran give to Lutheran Missions World Relief, Grace House, Elder Circle, the hospital, and nursing homes. They make 75-100 quilts a year!


The ladies meet every Tuesday from 9:00 - 11:00 am. 6-8 wonderful ladies show up to make these beautiful quilts.

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Doris MacDonald is shown running the sewing machine. She has been making quilts since the mid 1950's! 

Thank you!

Thank you ladies for all that you do!  The quilts are beautiful!

Get involved

Interested in joining the quilters? Show up on Tuesday at 9:00 am and they will let you know what needs to be done.

Library Corner

Book Reviews

Angels by Billy Graham found at 235.3

Gra gives a deeper insight into the very real unseen world around us; both good and evil. Learn about the fall of the evil angles, about God's good angels ministering to us in many ways, even at our death as they escort our spirits safely past Satan into God's presense. Reviewed by Alice Hill

Shadows of the Past and A promise to protect both written by Patricia Bradley located either on the new bookshelf or at 813.6 Bra.

These are 2 of a 4 book series that were donated recently by one of our parishioners. Stories about doctors, sheriffs, profiling of people, all wrapped in romance and suspense that tends to be a nail biter at the end. After reading the first book, I couldn't wait to read the next in the series. The writer is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Romance Writers of America. Reviewed by Darlene Baltus


What would you expect to see in a church library? Fiction, nonfiction books for both adults and children; DVD's for adults and children including Veggie Tales and Hallmark movies; various translations of the Bible and commentaries; Large print books for adults; and chairs for those who would like to peruse a book before signing it out. 

Signing out is easy: it is based on the honor system for you to put the date taken out, your full name and phone number on the card. Return the book when you are done.