WORSHIP & COMMUNITY
9 am Holy Communion
3 pm Postpartum Support Meeting
8 pm AA
6:30 pm Cub Scouts (during school year)
6 pm Yoga
11 am Bible Study
9 am Respite Care
8 pm AA
Respite Care Charleston
Martin Luther Church is home to Respite Care Charleston, a service and support for those with dementia. For more information click on
Postpartum Support Charleston
Martin Luther Church is host site for Sunday afternoon Postpartum Support meetings at 3 PM. For more information click on www.ppdsupport.org.
Watch a PPD Featured Segment from ABC News 4
There are so many opportunities for ministry that we are excited to offer. Take time to look over the opportunities and make yourself available for the things that interest you.
SUNDAY STUDY AFTER 9 AM WORSHIP SERVICE. You are invited to attend the Sunday Study group each Sunday (except Brunch Sundays) in the Fellowship Hall for “Honoring Our Neighbor's Faith.” Each Sunday (except Brunch Sundays) we will discover more about the faith of our neighbors. Wonderful discussion and interesting thoughts are shared! Join us!
The “Daily Discipleship” is available in the Narthex for an expansion of the Worship Service and Gospel today. Please pick up a copy and use if at home with your daily devotions.
The Cub Scouts have designed and mounted a Blessings Box to assist the hungry in our midst. They encourage all to take what you need and give what you can. We thank the Cub Scouts and appreciate their acts of caring in our community.
Beside the Blessings Box are two Little Library Boxes - one is for children and one is for older readers.
Coastal Conference Gathering
Sunday, November 17
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer Family Life Center
Lay and Rostered Leadership and Members are Invited!
November 17th has been chosen for our Fall Coastal Conference gathering. Redeemer Charleston will host the event, and this one is a little different than normal. Below is the description from Synod staff from our Dean's meeting:
The main point for our attending your Fall Gathering is to provide holy space and a true "listening" space for church members to share what gifts and talents a person needs to be the next Bishop of our South Carolina Synod for the next 6 years and beyond. We want people to talk, share, listen, dwell, wrestle with scripture and then be educated on how our ecclesiastical election ballot process works. (If persons are not able to attend your gathering, you can share on that day there will be an online survey available in the Spring for sharing as well!). This sharing will need to be captured on paper and collected at the end so that we may compile all of these points in a document to share in the Spring.
This event is for both rostered and lay leadership to attend. Our hope is that each congregation will be represented in some way and have their voices and thoughts heard and be part of the discernment that will happen.
The meeting will be approximately an hour in length.