Sunday mornings at 10:00
Feb. 4 – Peanut Butter Miracles!
PRLC members Rody and Alice Rowe led a nutrition program for six years serving severely malnourished children in the Democratic Republic of Congo. They will tell the story of that calling and reflect on:
- The vocational call on all followers of Jesus
- The “Feed Congo Kids” venture
- Life in the Congo
- On-going work in the Congo through a non-profit called “Our Family in Africa”
Feb. 11 – No Forum today
All ages are invited to come take part in the Lent Event.
Feb. 18 – Lutheran World Relief: Helping Families in Poor Communities across the World
Come and learn what you are doing through Lutheran World Relief around the world to break the cycle of poverty and to respond to some of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. In addition to financial gifts, did you know that the quilts tied on Tuesday mornings at PRLC go to Lutheran World Relief efforts? Our guest speaker will be Reverend Jonathan Buck, philanthropic advisor for LWR.
Feb. 25 – Welcoming the Stranger: Sanctuary and Faith-Based Solidarity for Such a Time as This
Acts of accompaniment and solidarity, sanctuary and immigration rights, are all part of the Christian tradition. As people of faith, public witness rooted in our relationships with immigrants and refugees can help lead us toward the vision of the Beloved Community. How are we called to act in “such a time as this?” Our guest speaker will be Michael Ramos, Executive Director of the Seattle Greater Council of Churches.