This Sunday is All Saints Day - the day when we remember the names of people we have loved and who now rest in God's eternal arms. We will light a candle and ring the bell for four of God's saints whose funerals were this past year at Norman Lutheran: Irene Nelson, Orlan Swenson, Agnes Liudahl, and Brady Rutherford. If you have someone you love who has died in the last 12 months, whose name you would also like to include, you are welcome to submit that name to Pastor Kathy. 7
*Trunk or Treating-Norman and Davenport Parish will be passing out Halloween bags during trunk or treating events in Kindred Elementary School parking lot on Friday, October 30th from 6:00pm-7:30pm and also on Halloween night, Saturday October 31st in the parking lot of the Davenport Community Center (Old School) from 6:00-8:00pm.
This Saturday is a day that kids look forward to all year long, Halloween! The fun of planning what you want to dress up as, getting your costume ready, buying candy to hand out, carving pumpkins, and of course trick or treating! Halloween is not a holiday that is celebrated in the church, however, I did find a cute and fun way to tie it into telling the story of Jesus. If you have not carved your pumpkin yet, this story of “The Christian Pumpkin” below is a great and fun way
Sometimes life can get so busy and so crazy that it takes something big to bring you back to a place of oneness with the Lord. Last Sunday I was on the way to church at Norman Lutheran with the girls and we saw a hot air balloon coming down to land in the field right next to us! Sydney was able to get a photo of it. It was so close we could see the people running out to help them land. We could feel the excitement they felt and it was beautiful. Growing up my dad Rich Burns f