FLC Weekend Announcements

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Worship Times:

Saturday: 6 pm

Sunday: 8:15am & 10:15am

Wednesday: 6:15 pm

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday: 8:30am-4:30pm

Fridays: 8:30am-3:00pm.

Phone Number


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Click here for the draft of the October Meeting Agenda and the  Approved August Council Meeting Minutes 

Current FLC Church Council-Approved Policy

Note from Pastor Scott:

There is a scam going on where people may receive a text from Pastor Scott asking them to buy gift cards. THIS IS A SCAM. I will never ask people via phone, text, or email for any donations. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. I am sad that this happens, and I am sorry for the inconvenience.

--Peace, Pastor Scott

678 Outdoor Movie & Gaga Ball Tonight!

678 Outdoor Movie & Gaga Ball after the football game!!

9pm-12am at FLC

Snacks and drinks provided

This event will not happen if Erika doesn't get at least 4 adults to help supervise.

Please contact Erika if you can help.

RSVP if you child and/or friends plan to attend - to plan for food/drinks.  

Our 9 to 12 Youth Group is HUNGRY on Sunday nights again!!

We currently have about 10-12 kids coming each night at 6:30pm to eat dinner together and spend time together doing all sorts of activities.

If you would be willing to provide a homemade dinner (chili or casserole or tacos...) or donate money to purchase a dinner (pizza or subs or other...), please contact Erika at 402-533-0918.  

Cookie Sign-Up has been extended

Our Mid Week Meal is still in need of cookies and the Sign-Up has been

extended thru the end of the year.

PLEASE, if you're able to provide 3 dozen cookies/bars for a meal, PLEASE sign up by clicking this link:  


If you would rather sign up with Erika, please call or text her at

(402) 533-0918.

Thank you for helping us continue to serve our community (200-250 individuals) every week.
Thank you!

Driver Needed to deliver Meals

We are looking for 1 driver to deliver Mid Week Meals for FLC. It would be 2 times a month on Wednesdays to start between 5:00pm & 5:30pm. It would not take more than an hour to deliver meals to people in the Blair Community. We are needing someone starting in October. Please contact Erika if interested at (402) 533-0918.

Lutheran Family Services Speaker at the Blair Library

Thurs. Nov. 11, 7 pm, Blair Library. Join Holly Kaffenberger. " Lutheran Family Services immigration speaker, for "Refugee Settlement 101" for information about what local churches, businesses and schools can do to welcome and support Afghan refugees to the Omaha area. Ms. Kaffenberger will give us "nuts and bolts" information on mentoring, literacy, specific donations and hosting that our local citizens can share. Masks and vaccinations strongly recommended for all who attend. For more info: nschroed52@hotmail.com

Social Concerns Announcements:

EVERYONE HAVE FUN AT THE ANNUAL CROP WALK OCTOBER 10TH, SEE YOU OUT WALKING. Remember you can drop off donation's at FLC's office or go online to https://www.crophungerwalk.org/blairne/


ATTENTION, FLC Friends! This is the last week for collecting Pasta, Pasta Sauce, Black Beans, Salsa, Cereal, Oatmeal, Granola Bars, Peanut Butter, Soups, Toilet Paper, and non-alcoholic drinks for the young people who are volunteers for Lutheran Service Corps and are donating a year’s service to Omaha non-profit agencies! The items are accumulating in the narthex, but there is room for more to accomplish our goal of packing the pantry for the Fall and Winter! If you don’t care to shop yourself there is an available jar for monetary donations at the display near the Welcome Center, and we will be happy to do the shopping for you! Wal-Mart gift cards for purchase of personal care items are also welcome! This is an opportunity to do God’s Work—using Our Hands (and resources)! Thanks to all who have already given!  

Please note there is both a plastic and a wooden Receptacle for gifts to the WASHINGTON COUNTY FOOD PANTRY are available to receive your food donations at FLC at any time!    


This year First Lutheran gardeners will be donating vegetables and fruits to be given to families who receive the food assistance through First Lutheran Church. FLC gardeners are asked to bring their donated vegetables and fruits to the church on Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or, preferably, on Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Signs will be in place directing the donors as to where in the Fellowship Hall the vegetables should be placed. Because of this change, gardeners are encouraged to stick with the basic vegetables or fruits which they have grown. Thank you in advance to ALL of our generous FLC gardeners!  

LIFE Night Worship, Children's Classes,

Confirmation Classes, and 9ers have started

Please see below for schedule

Mid Week Meal will remain delivery and take out.

Wednesdays:  Worship Lab from 6:15pm-6:45pm

Children's Classes from 6:45pm-7:45pm

Confirmation Classes from 6:45pm-7:45pm

9ers from 6:45pm-7:45pm

If you have any questions please call the church office at (402) 426-4073.

Help Needed with some yard work

The Property Committee is looking for individuals or small groups interested in taking care of some areas on the outside of the church. We do have some members that take care of a couple areas but we have other areas in need of some cleaning/updating such as the Prayer Garden, areas outside of the Fellowship Hall, weeds in the parking lots, etc. You can contact any Property Committee member if interested.

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Wednesday, October

13th, 2021

We will be serving Sloppy Joes, fruit, and dessert.

Click here for more information

Save the Date

First Lutheran Church WILL be hosting our annual Craft Fair on Saturday, November 20th from 9:00-3:00. If you are crafty, please consider purchasing a booth. Specific information will be sent in July. New vendors can email FLCKraftFair@gmail.com


Please keep these people in your thoughts and prayers

†Family of Darvid Quist

†Family of Patricia Hunsche

†Family of John Tess

†Family of Ralph Novak

†Family & Friends of Jett Andreasen

†Family of Karen Peters

†Family of Keyson Kalbaugh (great nephew of Deb Henson)

†Family of Patti Krysl

†Family of Daryl Miller

†Family of Judy Alvine (mother of Liz Soderberg)

†Dick & Lorraine Hansen - healing

†Melissa Templar - healing

†Nicholas Malcomson (son of Shirley Thomas) - healing

†Clark Jenson - prayers & healing

†Martin Kuhr - prayers & healing

†Nicole Schmidt - prayers & healing


†Wayne (father of Deb Henson) - prayers for healing

†Pat Bentsen - prayers for healing

†Jeff Gunderson - healing

†Georgia (great niece of Debbie Katt) -prayers & healing



†Kyler Reed - healing

†Arland Gross (father of Jerry Gross) - prayers & healing

†Justin Roberts-healing

†Malachi Chrans-surgery & healing

†Gary Ford-prayers & healing

†Kenneth Wilson (father of Melody Dubon) - healing

†Clyde Johnson - healing & prayers

†Scott & Katie Abrams - prayers & healing

†Kay Melby (Angela Ulven and Kari Hernandez’s mother) - healing

†Mr. S. Akot - healing

†Patrick McKinnis - continued healing

†Stacy Thompson Green (daughter of Marcy Bottorff) – prayers & healing

†Lisa Garcia – strength & healing

†Larry Kastrup – healing

†Leo Aguilar-Hicks – healing for Leukemia

†Lekura Parish

†Lutheran Service Corps, Blair CROP Hunger Walk, and all those we name in our hearts.

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