Family Sunday will be January 24th at 11am (right after worship ends). This group is for families with children from Pre-K to 6 grade. It will gather in-person (fellowship hall) and virtually. This month, the group will kick off a new round of virtual Faith Formation lessons: Bible Time Travel. Please RSVP to emily@firstlutherangalveston.com by Jan 17.

The Mission Team is going to have our Coat, Blanket and Socks Drive starting January 8th through February 12th. We will have a box in the hall by the Main Office. These will be given to Christus Daily Bread to help those who are less fortunate or those going through hard times right now. We are taking new or nice, clean used items so this is a good time to clean out your closets!!

Virtual Bible Study – Reading Through Amos
Join Pastor Rhoades virtually on Tuesday evenings begins TODAY, to read through and study the Old Testament prophet Amos. The study includes study notes and conversation as to what God is saying through the prophet and what it means today for God’s people. Please sign-up to be included in the study!  Participants will receive the notes via email and an invite to the weekly online gathering. Sign up now!

 



Worship Virtually – Sundays 10:00 am

 

Worship Safely In Person – Sundays 10:00 am

 

 



You are encouraged to join in worship either safely in person or virtually every Sunday. 

Mask Up!
As the pandemic continues to churn in our world, First Lutheran continues to require that masks be worn and kept on during worship services or other events at the church. Those leading worship in chancel will removed their masks while speaking so as to provide clear communication for both those worshipping in person and those on line. Otherwise, everyone is required to keep their mask over their mouth and nose. Please be vigilant and encouraging to one another in observing this for the safety of all. The reality is that case numbers are rising – hopefully we can help lower those numbers and keep things moving.

HOME Holy Communion Package: As we have entered into a time of observing weekly communion virtually in our homes, you may contact the Church Office to receive a package of wafers for the celebration of Holy Communion. A bag with a month’s supply will be brought out to your car while observing safe practices. Luther reminds us that the sacrament is valid when we trust the promise of Christ in the sacrament. And, as we confess belief in the communion of saints, we trust God’s presence in our virtual gatherings for worship. Please contact the Church Office as 409-762-8477 to arrange for your package of wafers.

Offering  $4755

Attendance 

 

In-person:

 72

Virtually Online:

  Worship Service: 179 views

  Annual Meeting: 111 views

  Sermon: 68 views

  Children's Message: 36 views

  

This Week’s Birthdays

Mario Ceccacci 18th

Bret Rutledge 19th

Rob Holland 20th

Wendy Marchesini 20th

Jimmy Fundling 21st

Louise Miller 21st

Robby Boysen 22nd

Dylan Schultz 23rd  

Diana Chide 24th

Albert Choate 24th

Colten Gerald 24th

Anniversaries

Berto and Barbara Hernandez 18th

Christopher and Debbie Hopkins 20th