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We uplift & celebrate our Second Mile Giving ministry partner for January, Companion Synods:  Lutheran Ministry in three countries with which our Sierra Pacific Synods enjoy Sister Synod relationships.  These are:  The Lutheran Church of Rwanda, Lutheran Church o fEl Salvador and Taiwan Lutheran Church.  Please keep these Sister Synods around the world in your prayers this month and consider an additional offering toward these vital ministries.  The Sierra Pacific Synod is blessed to accompany these churches in mutual ministry as we proclaim God's creative, redeeming and sanctifying love in all the world.

January 29, 2023 is the  ANNUAL CONGREGATION MEETING.  

**Events sponsored by the Green Team of ASLC in partnership with Lutherans Restoring Creation:

February 6th, local screening – time/location TBD.   “The Ants and the Grasshopper.“ (click here to see trailer.)

A critically acclaimed documentary 10 years in the making, about activist Anita Chitaya’s greatest challenge:  Communicating the realities of climate change.  If you are interested let Kathy Dean know no later than February 3rd (earlier if possible)


February 12, 2023 -Soup-er Bowl of Caring - Which team logos will be on our tables this year?  Philadelphia Eagles or

San Francisco 49ers vs Kansas City Chiefs or Cincinnati Bengals?  Cast your vote on February 12th (in this case you are encouraged to vote more than once.)  Cast your vote by adorning the chosen team table with a can of soup.  The soup will go to those facing food scarcity daily = the true winners of Soup-er Bowl.l !

OFFERING ENVELOPES AVAILABLE - Your 2023 offering envelopes are available in the narthex.  Be sure to pick them up today.  If there is  not one with your name on it, just choose a blank box and make sure your name is on the first envelope you use.


2023 FLOWER CHART - The new flower chart has been posted.  Sign up for the Altar flowers for the coming year in honor or memory of loved ones.  Cost remains at $25.

SAVE THOSE STAMPS Clip the stamps from your email this month especially and leave them in the container on the end table of the Fireside room.  Thanks!



SUNDAY JANUARY 29, 2023: Fourth Sunday after Epiphany

Hybrid Worship — 9:30 am 

Annual Meeting of the Congregation

Al Anon - 7:15 pm
AA— 8:30 pm 

MONDAY JANUARY 30:  NMA - 7:00-9:00 pm

TUESDAY JANUARY 31:  Office Hours:  9 am - 1:30 pm

Weight Watchers - 9 am

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1:  Office Hours:  9 am - 2:00 pm

Choir - 7 pm

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2:  Pizza @ All Saints - noon

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2:   Office Hours:  9 am - 2:00 pm

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3:  Council Retreat 9 am-12 pm

Memorial Service - 2 pm

AA - 8 pm

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 4, 2023: Fifth Sunday after Epiphany

Hybrid Worship — 9:30 am 

Al Anon - 7:15 pm
AA— 8:00 pm 


The blue sock barrel is hungry - eagerly awaiting  sock donations.   Let's fill the little blue barrel!

Food items are always needed by the SF Marin Food Bank to assist our neighbors in need.  For guidelines on what to give or not give, click this link, scroll down to "What's Needed Most?  Our Most Needed Items &  Some General Guidelines sections are very helpful.

 North Marin Community Services  50th Holiday 2022 was a success - see this news report link posted on their site.

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