Monthly Archive: January 2014

Jan 28

Pastoral Acts

pastoral acts Funeral January 12: Primrose McCallum passed away on January 8. She was 74.  The service was held at Grace Lutheran with Pastor Tina officiating.  Primrose was interred at Dallastown Union Cemetery.

Jan 27

Council News

Scott Hildebrand thanked the retiring council members – Doris Jones, Cindy Christenberry, and Jerry Heiss – for their service. Welcome to the new officers of Grace Lutheran Church Council for 2014: Beth Kollosch, president Joe Turek, vice president Larissa Schell, secretary George McCallum, treasurer The Human Resources Committee reported that they expect to finalize the …

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Jan 27

From the Pastor’s Desk: Let Us Look Forward

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As most are aware by now, Pastor Tina Melusky has been called as our new pastor. She will begin her new duties as the Pastor of Grace Lutheran on August 1. This is such an exciting time to be a member of Grace Lutheran Church, but it also may be a time of anxiety about …

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Jan 26

Happenings in Our Church Family

Colleen Grove thanks everyone: I would like to thank you for concerns, prayers, cards, flowers and visits during my stay at York Hospital and at Manor Care South. Thanks to Pastor Tina for her visits and prayers. All your kindness was greatly appreciated. The Red Lion School District sends thanks Dear members of Grace Lutheran, …

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Jan 26

Upcoming Synod Events

There are some interesting opportunities by our Synod to gather and learn more about our faith. The talk in February is called, “Forgiveness and Faith: Social Justice/Criminal Justice Issues in Lower Susquehanna.” It will be held on February 22, from 8:30-11:30 a.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Camp Hill. This event will feature keynote speaker, …

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Jan 20

A Day Off for Discipleship

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It’s funny how sometimes our gospel lessons sync so well with what is going on in the world.  There is no greater example of this than this week, as we are in the midst of two straight weeks hearing about Jesus calling the first disciples and today marking the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. …

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