Ladies Aid 3 meets at Immanuel


Ladies Aid 3 of Immanuel Lutheran Church recently met. The meeting was opened with prayer.

The program was led by Matt Nieman, director of youth ministry at the Seymour church.

Recent restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing have necessitated some innovative changes.

High school youth have been creative this Lenten season by visiting care facilities and creating their own colorful signs and encouraging Bible verses as well as special music and prayers, which they are able to stand outside and share with the residents. This mission has been well-received by both the youth and residents.

President Sandee Helwig reported planning for the arts and crafts fair for the first Saturday in November is in progress and mailings will go out soon. There was no fair in 2020 because of the pandemic.

Newly elected officers were recognized. The April luncheon in appreciation for their service of pastors and church staff will be at 11:30 a.m. April 27 with a white elephant auction.

Special events chairwoman Jane Pardieck discussed ideas for June and September.

Committee members Rosalie Grabinski and Kelly Williams served St. Patrick’s Day-themed refreshments.

The meeting was closed with the reading in unison of Psalm 67, singing of "Beautiful Savior" and the Lord’s Prayer.

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