In This Newsletter
Book Club Information
Christian Life Study
KOG Financial Update
Sandwich Sunday 9/12/21
Days For Girls Needs Donations
Boise Pride Information
Zoom Coffee Hour Update
WELCA Quilt-In News
ELCA Youth Gathering Info
Need KOG Volunteers
Lutheran Disaster Response
KOG Survey Link
KOG Updates & News
KOG Financial Update

Through July 2021
YTD Budgeted Income

YTD Actual Income                    $271,898
117% of budget

YTD Income without PPP loans
87% of budget

YTD Budgeted Expenses

YTD Actual expenses
95% of budget

It is fall—Cooler temperatures, shorter days, falling leaves, good books for stimulation and discussion! King of Glory’s Christian Life study group begins again for the 10th year and welcomes people who enjoy stimulating and, sometimes, provocative reading. The group meets the first and third Mondays of the month at 1 PM usually via Zoom and occasionally in person in the Bethlehem Room.
First meeting of the season: Monday, September 20 at 1 PM via Zoom.
First book: Jesus and John Wayne by Kristin Kobes Du Mez.

This book reveals how American evangelicals have worked to replace the Jesus of the Gospels with idols of rugged masculinity, mythical warriors and rugged individuals like John Wayne who assert white masculine power in defense of “Christian America”. The key to understanding this transformation is to recognize the role of culture in American evangelicalism and how these values have transformed faith.

If you’re interested in pursuing this discussion: Purchase the book and read at least the first six chapters. Contact Mary Rickerd for Zoom link information.
News Release
The Centennial defense created four turnovers to snap its 12-game losing streak.
Sophomore defensive end Fabrice Ndaitouroum started the second half with a 20-yard scoop and score for the Patriots, and junior cornerback Ben Conder returned an interception 65 yards for a TD to hit the 50-point mark.
Yay for Fabrice!!!

-Here is a Statesman article from August 28th about Fabrice Ndaitouroum's success in Centennial's first football game against Owyhee, a new high school in West Ada
Sundays for Undies!
Days for Girls is a non-profit organization that
helps girls stay in school and retain dignity,
giving back important days of their lives. Most girls in developing countries miss school during their periods; many eventually drop out. We can do something about that by empowering girls, women, and communities through providing access to sustainable feminine hygiene, as well as menstrual health management training.
You can help us keep girls in school by bringing a package of GIRLS underwear to Church.
Fruit of the Loom - 8, 10, 12 and 14
Hanes - 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 5S
Wonder Nation (WalMart) - 12, 14 and 16
Preferably not white but there are usually 1-2 of those in a pack and we will dye them. Bright colors. No explicit words please.

WELCA QUILT-IN & General Meeting
Many greetings to all women of King of Glory! You are invited to a Quilt-In to be held on Saturday, September 11th from 10:00 – 3:00 at King of Glory. The quilters have been furiously working to create beautiful quilts and have many, many tops that need to be batted, backed, tied and bound so that they can be shipped around the world through Lutheran World Relief.
This very fun event, so please mark your calendars and plan to attend this time of fabulous fellowship where you don’t need to be proficient in sewing. You may want to come to see how the quilts are put together or take some squares home to sew. Whatever your interest/ability level, “Many hands make light work” and we are anxious to see you there. There will be no lunch supplied by the church. Instead we ask that you bring a sack lunch from home to enjoy during our General Meeting.
If you have any questions please contact Patty Larson or Nicki Tompkins.
Thank you,
Your WELCA Board
Book Club Update

I hope everyone was able to take advantage of the long weekend.
We are discussing A Woman of No Importance by Sonia Purnell. Lois Wisner will be leading our discussion about a Virginia Hall, who excelled in the 'man's world' of espionage and war.
Here is the list of our books, Oct. 2021 to April 2022. We need someone to take the leadership of Finding Gobi, the Nov. book.

Oct. 2, 2021
The Perfume Collector
Kathleen Tessaro
Nicki Tompkins
Nov. 6, 2021
Finding Gobi 
Dion Leonard
Jan Colburn
Dec. 4, 2021
Plain Truth
Jodi Picoult
Marlene Jensen
Jan. 8, 2022
Franklin and Winston
Jon Meacham
Mary Kay Tinker
Sandwich Ministry News

Sandwich Ministry will take place this coming Sunday September 12, at 10 AM. We are still in need of deli meats, soft margarine, and sliced cheese to make the sandwiches! If you are able to donate items, please bring them with you on Sunday, Thank You!
Hope to see you there!
Boise Pride Festival Parade

Sunday, September 12
10-11 am
People of faith, come walk with the Interfaith Equality Coalition in the Boise Pride Parade and show your support for our LGBTQ community. We are #43 in the parade line-up. Come to the bell in front of the Capitol around 9:00 a.m. (look for a sign with Interfaith Equality Coalition and also the King of Glory Reconciling in Christ banner). We will then find our place in the parade along 8th or 9th St. The parade will be from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Walkers should wear bright colors, especially rainbows. Please bring a mask, in case we are unable to socially distance while we are lining up.

From the parade organizers: COVID-19 PLANNING: Vaccinations or negative COVID-19 tests will not be required. However, we STRONGLY encourage only fully vaccinated individuals attend.
For additional information, contact Gabrielle Applequist: 208-724-4482;

Thrivent Shredding Event

Sep 18, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Hope Lutheran Church
Eagle, 331 N Linder Rd, Eagle, ID 83616
About the Event
Shredding provided by Western Records & Destruction, on-site.
Bring following items to donate to CATCH, a non-profit dedicated to helping families with children get back on their feet by providing housing first.
  • Moving Supplies (bubble wrap, boxes, packing tape, markers)
  • Clothes Hampers
  • Pillows
  • Snacks
  • Water
  • Wet Wipes
  • Tampons
  • full size Deodorants (preferably gel type)
  • Toothbrush Caps or plastic     holders
  • Backpacks
  • Underwear (particularly ladies’ undies)
  • Gas Cards
  • $10 gift cards for Albertson's or WinCo
Zoom Coffee Hour Update

Due to low attendance, we have decided to suspend our Zoom Coffee Hour on Sundays. If there is a need for one again at a later point we will notify you with new information.

Early Bird Registration Opens - September 22, 2021

Congregational Registration
All ELCA congregations are eligible to register for the Gathering. Congregations should select one adult to serve as the primary adult leader. The primary leader will coordinate registration, payments, transportation and rooming lists for the group. Youth who are in 8th to 12th grade at the time of registration (Fall 2021) are eligible to attend. Adult leaders must be at least 21 at the time of the Gathering. The recommended ratio is one adult for every seven youth.
Registration opens September 22, 2021 and closes May 22, 2022.
Registration costs are dependent upon when you register.

Early Bird Registration — $350
Sept. 22, 2021 through Nov. 21, 2021

Regular Registration — $390
Nov. 22, 2021 through Feb. 21, 2022

Late Registration — $440
Feb. 22, 2022 through May 22, 2022

Lutheran Disaster Response
Lutheran Disaster Response brings God’s hope, healing and renewal to people whose lives have been disrupted by disasters in the United States and around the world. When the dust settles and the headlines change, we stay to provide ongoing assistance to those in need.
KOG Survey
If you haven't already, please take the survey below to help us get a better understanding of our King of Glory's members needs!
Thank you for your participation!
KOG Sunday Services Needs Volunteers!

  • Ushers - 2-3 Members per Sunday Service
  1. Assist Members inside the sanctuary with seating etc.
  • Greeters - 2-3 Members per Sunday Service
  1. Greet Members inside the Narthex as well as at all entrances.
  • Counters - At least 2 per Sunday Service
  1. Assist with offering duties and counting.

If you have been coming regularly to our in-person Sunday Services, we ask that you consider volunteering to help assist with one of the volunteering opportunities above.
Thank you!
There will be a sign up sheet at both services if you would like to volunteer.
King of Glory Lutheran Church
3430 N. Maple Grove Rd., Boise, ID 83704
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