Twelfth Night Celebration

Saturday, January 15, 2022 at 7 PM

Step back to 1922 and join us for a roaring 1920’s murder mystery escape room. Can you solve the mystery?

When: Saturday January 15, 2022 at 7pm
Where: Creator Lutheran Church
What: Dessert, Wine and murder
Who: 21 and over

A little about our ENVY Escape Room:

The illustrious Carnegie family are hosting a giant party of frivolity, laughter and a few spiked drinks. From Gatsby to Governors, everyone’s invited for the riotous affair.

Unfortunately, the bloodied dead body suggests there are one too many guests. Was it a jealous lover? Or filthy blackmail? Or plain old fashioned Envy?

This is a free event for adults. Come in your favorite 1920’s fashion
Sign up in person at the church or by sign up genius:
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0D4BA5AC2EABF49-twelfth
Questions? Contact Lisa Wire: 253-312-7523 or lewire@yahoo.com.

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Adult Education January 2022

There are some new Adult Education classes coming in January of the new year! Below you will find more information about the classes.

January 2nd –  Star Words Preparation for Epiphany

 Help write words on stars for distribution on January 9th

January 9, 16 and 23                Ragged: Spiritual Disciplines for the Spiritually Exhausted

A different way of looking at New Year’s resolutions, which we seem to re-visit every year – why not revisiting disciplines instead?!

Join us for three weeks of looking at traditional spiritual disciples such as Rest, Bible Reading, Prayer, Meditation, Fasting, Confession, Generosity, Lament and Discipleship with a Lutheran perspective.

Ragged: Spiritual Disciples for the Spiritually Exhausted by Gretchen Ronnevik is available for purchase in the office for $15.00 while supplies last.

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New Hope Lunch January 2022

January 7, 2022

THANK YOU to everyone who donated food for New Hope Resource Center. Our next lunch will be January 7th.

Creator will provide cooked lasagna, rolls, fruit cups and cookies. All food should be dropped off at the church no later than Friday morning at 10:00 AM.  Everything except hot dishes can be left at church on Thursday during office hours.  Lasagna should be cooked and delivered to the church on Friday Morning by 10:00 AM and everything will be transported to New Hope.  Volunteers at New Hope will serve the meal. Please sign up below.  You will get a reminder email.
Volunteer sign up link:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f044fa8ac2ea5f85-newhope

**** On the sign-up sheet click the “sign up button” next to what you want to bring, then go to the very bottom of the page and click “Submit and Sign up” and there you will enter your information.
New Hope Resource Center is in downtown Puyallup and serves the unhoused in Pierce County.  The mission of New Hope is to assist adults in their efforts to find safety, health, and stability.

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CYF Christmas Parties

CY&F will be hosting Christmas Parties at Terri Heckroth’s house for Young Adults, College Age and High School Students in December. Here are the dates and times:

December 11th (6:00pm-8:00pm)—Older Young Adults
December 12th (5:00pm-7:00pm)—College Age Young Adults
December 19th (6:00pm-8:00pm)—High School Youth

Contact Terri with any questions, or if you need directions to her house.

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Advent Adventures

          Each Wednesday during the season of Advent, we gather for Worship and service from 7pm-8pm.  After 30 minutes of Worship, we’ll move into the Multipurpose room for a service project (organizing donations and making Christmas cards to accompany donated items).  Below you will find details on all of the Advent Adventure events.

A bin is set up in the narthex to collect donations. 

December 1       

          Children, Youth, and Family team has planned a project to collect pajamas and books for families with children through White River Outreach.  Donations of new children’s pajamas and children’s books are appreciated. 

December 8

Church in Society is providing kits for the homeless to be distributed by New Hope Resource Center.   You can help by donating Chapsticks, small personal care items like hand lotion, individually wrapped candy canes or granola bars.     

December 15

          Poor Dave’s Market (owned and operated by Creator members, David and Brandy Brown) will provide soup dinners for those visiting the Senior Centers in our area.  If you would like to help this project, please donate $5 for a family of 2, or $7 for a family of 4.  Cash donations can be made in person at church or follow the link below to pay online.   

https://creatorlutheran.breezechms.com/form/bedddf

December 22

          Middle School and High School Students from Creator will come together to make Gingerbread houses after Worship.  If you would like to contribute bags of Christmas Candy to help them build their creations, please drop a bag or two into the bin in the narthex.  Powdered sugar and graham crackers are also needed.  Their creations will be shared within their own families or donated to an Assisted Living facility in Sumner. 

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Children’s Christmas Program

Christmas is right around the corner. . . and that means Sunday School children presenting a Christmas program to the congregation.   This year is anything but traditional.  So, The Sunday School families of Creator Lutheran Church are planning to prepare and present a very NON-TRADITIONAL, pre-recorded video for viewing during the Christmas season.  If your family would like to participate in the production of this video, please let Terri Heckroth or Cheri Farrer know as soon as possible. 

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