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flw_introFaith-Lilac Way Lutheran Church welcomes you to join us here on the web, and to join us in worship. We’re a congregation of the ELCA, located on Welcome Avenue in Robbinsdale, Minnesota.

We like to live up to our address, so come and visit … and be Welcome.

Thursday, April 16th, 6:00pm: Murder Mystery Dinner

The FLW Youth will host the Murder Mystery Dinner Burritos and Bandidos April 16 at 6:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. You and your table will spend an exciting evening dining and solving a crime all to raise funds for the summer mission trip to Chicago. Tickets are available after services on Sunday and before services on Wednesday. They are $15.00 for 1, $25.00 for 2, $40.00 for a family, and $100.00 for a table of 8.

APRIL MISSION of THE MONTH: Camperships to WAPO!

Send a kid to camp! Camp Wapo – short for Lake Wapogasset Lutheran Bible camp — is a great place for youth to go to hear the Gospel message in a new way and to learn to live their faith. We want to make sure that youth can attend Camp Wapo this year and so we are seeking additional scholarship money to send our youth – and neighborhood friends – to camp! Please mark your donation: “Mission of the month: Camp WAPO” and thank you in advance for your support!

Nursery News: Come and Play!

Our nursery is being staffed on Sunday mornings by Janeen Burow and a volunteer (Adults, high school youth and confirmands are welcome!).

Have a little one? Be sure to check it out!

Interested in promoting children and families at church? Sign up to help on the sign-up sheet on the door of the nursery (main floor – down the hall from the bathrooms).

What’s Your Passion?

What do you enjoy doing? What would you love to learn? What sparks your interest? We will be exploring these questions – and more – as we celebrate and give thanks for the many skills, talents and opportunities that God has entrusted to us. Take a peek at the display case in the Narthex for a sampling of some people’s passions. Can you add to that list? We give special thanks to Carolyn Lageson and Grace Lawson for this artful display.