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Happenings At           Apostles


Sunday, May 19th, 2024


Monday, May 20th,2024


Tuesday, May 21st, 2024  

Wednesday May 22nd, 2024

Thursday, May 23rd, 2024

Food Pantry 1:00PM until 3:00PM

N.A. Meeting 7:000PM

Friday, May 24th, 2024

Funeral for Helen Ferrara

Viewing 10:00am Memorial Service 11:00AM

Saturday May 25th, 2024

N.A. Meeting 9:00AM 

N.A. Meeting 6:00PM 


NEXT WEEK AT APOSTLES’ Sunday May 26th, 2024

Holy Trinity Sunday

The First Day After Pentecost

We have worship service at 10:00 AM in person.

Masks are mandatory if you are unvaccinated or if there is someone in your household who is immunosuppressed or unable to be vaccinated. 

If you are fully vaccinated masks are at your discretion. 

We look forward to worshipping together again!


May 24th Funeral Service for Helen Ferrara

10:00AM Viewing 11:30AM, Memorial Service

May 26th:          Ceremony at the Glou. County Veterans Cemetery, honoring our fallen heroes, 1pm. 

June 2nd:         Annual Congregational Meeting, following the 10:00am worship service.

June 6th Grief Share: 10:30 AM

June 9th Potluck Lunch, please join us for food and fellowship immediately after the service.

                                                 There is a sign-up sheet in the Narthex.

The Congregational Life Committee is asking for donations of the following:

Faith based birthday, anniversary and sympathy greeting cards. Also, disposable coffee cups, bowls, and round and rectangular table covers.

Thank you!


The April-June Word is Season booklets are now available in the lobby.

**Sandy Pagano wanted to share that she and her family are overwhelmed by the love and support from the Apostles family during this time; they are so grateful, and it is proof that God does work in our lives through people and circumstances. **

The new Church Directories are completed and are on the table in the Narthex. 

The Vanco system for online giving can be found on the Apostles’ website. Any questions, please see Frank or Nick. Thank you.

 The next FOOD PANTRY will be on Thursday, May 23, 2024, from 1:00PM until 3:00PM 

Clients at Apostles Lutheran Church, we will be changing some things for Thursday’s, Food Pantry.

1. We will distribute food starting at 1:00PM until 3:00PM on a first come first served basis. We will observe social distancing and suggested sanitation procedures.

2. There will be no clothing and toiletries distributed at this time. please do not donate any of these items.

3. Please follow the directions that were in your Food Pantry Bag. 

4.. We will register everyone at the time you pick up your food.

We are trying to comply with guidelines from the Food Bank and State government. We hope you will have patience and understanding in this difficult time. May God Bless you and your families.


The Food Pantry is in need of the following items: soup, gravy, canned veggies and pasta.

 If you wish to bring snacks for the Sunday Coffee Fellowship, the sign-up sheet is in the Narthex. Thank you.

 The flower chart for 2024 is on the bulletin board. 

Members are encouraged to pick a date.

to honor or memorialize a loved one or special occasion by signing up for altar flowers. 

The cost of the flowers is $40.00

and envelopes are next to the chart. 

Apostles Lutheran will be supporting Ranch Hope for Children in Alloway Twp., NJ

  Mark Leipert is collecting supplies for the Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Rescue. They can use old linens, towels, sheets, blankets, medical supplies such as alcohol wipes, dog food, tubing, syringes etc. Empty ink cartridges all types. Pull tabs from aluminum cans for dialysis credits. There will be a box setup in the Narthex for drop off on Wednesdays. Joan will be in the office.

 Angelic Health Hospice is looking for volunteers to visit hospice patients (where appropriate) or make phone call visits when COVID restrictions are in place. Your support would mean so much to hospice patients and their loved ones, and those who may otherwise be isolated. Other volunteer opportunities include making masks, and gifts for our patients. For more information,

email call 609-515-3551, or visit our website at God’s purpose for the church is to witness to God’s grace, forgiveness, compassion, and justice.  We fulfill this promise by serving and caring for your local and global communities.




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