Get creative and have some family fun with the CtK Easter Bonnet Challenge April 15-April 22. The day of Easter is behind us, but the Easter season continues until May 31, so it's not too late to don a fresh Easter Bonnet. Look through your house, find random items (paper plates, bits of ribbons, dusty silk flowers...you get the idea) and create your 2020 quarantine bonnet. Take pictures of yourself in the said bonnet and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org by next Wednesday, April 22.
If our CtK men and boys are not interested in making a bonnet, feel free to make an Easter hat or tie.
Above is a picture of Sheri Sullivan, Hillary's mom, with her homemade Easter bonnet.
Click on Children’s Resources for age-appropriate videos, discussion questions, and hands-on activities centered on each week’s Gospel reading.
For families with middle- or high-school students, click on Youth Resources for a rundown of recent Youth Zoom topics, as well as one-stop access to recent “Taking Faith Home” resources.
Even though these resources were developed with kids and families in mind, everyone is welcome to check them out! And if you happen to try one of the hands-on activities, please take a picture and send it to email@example.com so we can include it in our online gallery (coming soon)!
Annual Youth Flower Sale
Our Youth Flower sale is a great way to order your annuals, patio pots and hanging baskets just in time for Mother's Day, while supporting our CtK Youth Trips. This summer's trip to Jamaica is still pending, but funds raised will also support next summer's trip to Minneapolis for the ELCA National Youth Gathering. Our young people are already starting to get excited about that trip! To order flowers, please go to our CtK website at www.ctkluth.com/flowersale where you will find the order form, instructions, and an option to pay online. You can also pick up a paper order form at the church office, and mail in your completed form and check.