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August 2012 Crosstalk & Calendar

August means that it is time to start thinking about the many school-year activities and programs here at LCR. In this month’s edition of the Crosstalk find information adult faith formation opportunities in adition to Sunday School, Wednesday Night Live and Confirmation registration . There’s still time to get involved with Day Camp August 6-10 as well as news from EWALU about the new Executive Director starting on September 1. There is also a special letter to the congregation from Carter Moore, Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries in regard to accepting a new call in Cedar Falls.

Click on the links below to download a printable version of the August newsletter and calendar from Resurrection.

August 2012 Crosstalk Newsletter

August 2012 Calendar of Church Events

May 2012 Crosstalk & Calendar

The new issue of Crosstalk is ready to read with information about end of the school-year events and a preview of the summer. Find information about the last day of Sunday School, WNL, and Confirmation and see what Adult Faith Development opportunities are still going on. Learn how you can help improve our hospitality with an usher and communion server cookout/meeting. Get involved with ministries like the EWALU work weekend or fellowship events with XYZ, EMpty Nesters, JAM and young adults. Plus all the usual Council and Stewardship notes, prayer concerns and scheduled events. Just click on the links below to open a printable PDF version of our monthly newsletter.

May 2012 Crosstalk Newsletter

May 2012 Calendar of Church Events

Sept 2010 Crosstalk & Calendar

The online (PDF) version the September 2010 issue of Resurrection’s newsletter Crosstalk and the monthly calendar can be found by clicking on the links below.

September 2010 Crosstalk

September 2010 Calendar of Church Events

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