- Written by Tom Miles Tom Miles
- Created: 04 November 2014 04 November 2014
Here are a few things you'll want to know about that are happening in November:
Church Cleanup Day
We will be cleaning up the exterior and interior of the church grounds: if you'd like to work outside, please bring your rakes and trimming tools; inside workers, please bring your handheld vacuums. Saturday, November 8, 8:00 AM to Noon. Meet in the Large Fellowship Hall.
Laudamus Chamber Chorale
The choir will showcase a wide variety of repertoire, from the lighthearted PDQ Bach Liebeslieder Polkas to traditional favorites by Durufle, Mendelssohn and Faure, with spirituals and a work by Colorado composer Terry Schlenker. Sunday, November 16, 3:00 PM. Worship Center. $12/9 tickets available at the door (age 18 and under free).
Front Range Chamber Players
In “A Feast of Brahms”, the Players, a group of talented local musicians, will present Haydn's “Duo for Violin and Cello in D Major” and Brahms' “Two Songs for Alto, Viola, and Piano” and “Piano Quartet in G minor.” Tuesday, November 18, 7:30 PM. Worship Center. $15/$7 tickets available at the door.
Elderberries Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner
The Elderberries invite you to their free annual Pre-Thanksgiving meal of turkey and all the fixings. Thursday, November 20, Noon. Large Fellowship Hall. No need to bring anything but your appetite and the desire to fellowship with fellow Lutherans!
Fall Congregation Meeting
Elections and approval of the 2015 budget are on the agenda for the annual autumn meeting. Sunday, November 23, 11:30 AM. Large Fellowship Hall. A light lunch will be provided. Active members who are 18 or older and have signed the constitution are eligible to vote. Child care will be available.
Christmas Decorating Event
Come enjoy a chili meal and have some fun as we “deck the halls” of Saint John’s for Advent and Christmas. Sunday, November 30, 11:30 AM. Large Fellowship Hall. The “Angel Tree”: Remember a loved one or special occasion next week or any time through Advent—bring an angel from your Christmas decorations to add to our Angel Tree. If you wish, you may attach a small, unobtrusive note to the back of the ornament indicating in whose honor it is given. Ornaments will be kept for future use unless you indicate otherwise on the note.