To Glorify God | To Grow in Faith | To Give in Service | Together in Christ
Grace Lutheran Church, Hatfield, Pa.

October 2017

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1
  • Worship/Communion
  • Sunday School
  • Worship/Communion
  • Calvary Korean Church
2
  • Stepping Stones Meeting
3
  • Stitchers
4
  • WELCA
5
  • Choir
6
7
8
  • Carol Dzurenda, Supply Organist
  • Worship/Communion
  • Sunday School
  • Worship
  • Calvary Korean Church
  • Youth and Family Lutherfest
9
  • Christian Connections
10
  • Worship and Music
11
  • Bible Study
12
13
14
15
  • Newsletter info due
  • Worship/Communion
  • Sunday School
  • Worship
  • Calvary Korean Church
  • CROP Walk
16
  • Laymen Playmen
  • Mutual Ministry Team
17
  • Laymen Playmen
  • Church Council Meeting
18
19
  • Laymen Playmen
  • Choir
20
  • Set Up for Stitch In
21
  • Stitch In
  • SEPA Reformation Event
22
  • Worship/Communion
  • Sunday School
  • Worship/Communion
  • Calvary Korean Church
  • Karl Krueger Presentation
23
  • Laymen Playmen
24
  • Newsletter Mailing
  • Laymen Playmen
  • Communications Team
25
  • Bible Study
26
  • Pack Mtg.
27
28
  • Trunk or Treat
29
  • 500th Anniv. of Reformation
  • Sunday School
  • Campaign Kickoff
  • 1 Service only with Communion
  • Confirmation
  • Calvary Korean Church
30
  • Laymen Playmen
  • Giving in Service
31

 Current Newsletter: Oct17 Parish News Web

Last Newsletter: Sept17 Parish News C

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