Altar Flowers – September 27

Altar Flowers – September 27

The altar flowers for the Mission campus for the weekend of September 26-27 are given by George and Janet Vetter in celebration of their grandchildren’s birthdays, George, Hazel, and Evelyn; and by Gary and Cathy Brumley in celebration of their wedding...
Grieving a Miscarriage

Grieving a Miscarriage

October 15, 2020, is National Miscarriage Awareness Day. Bethany Lutheran Church, 9101 Lamar Avenue, will hold services titled “Real Grief & Real Comfort” during their regular worship hours of 5:00 pm Saturday, October 10; and 8:30 am and 10:45 am Sunday, October...
Blessings Abound Golf Outing Rescheduled

Blessings Abound Golf Outing Rescheduled

Monday, September 28
8am-2pm
Falcon Lakes Golf Club
Thank you for your interest in the Annual Blessings Abound Golf Benefit!

We are thrilled to be able to provide this opportunity for the Hollis community to gather! Because of the on-going pandemic, we have made changes to the tourney format that will ensure the health and safety of all involved.

Wednesday Women’s Bible Study

Wednesday Women’s Bible Study

Wednesdays, 9:30-11am
Led by Julie von der Linden

Wednesday Women’s Bible Study will be meeting from 9:30 – 11am both virtually as well as an occasional outdoor meeting in a park. The new study is Steadfast Love, A Study of Psalm 107. Psalm 107 is a call to worship.  It reminds us that each season of life is an opportunity to reveal the anchor of our souls. In this seven-session Bible study, Lauren Chandler uses Psalm 107 to show us how to face both storms and deserts with courage and trust in Jesus and to discover how tests in our journeys of faith reveal the true condition of our hearts.

Encouragement for Families – September 18

Encouragement for Families – September 18

Dear Parents, How many times have you heard from your children these words “Not Fair!”  My guess is you are thinking to yourself – I would be rich if I got paid every time I heard that statement uttered by my children.   As I child, I was often guilty of...