King of Glory Lutheran Church Easter Egg Hunt
KOG will host an Easter Egg hunt for all youth under the age of 12 on the back lawn. Sunday, April 17th between services, please bring a basket to gather some eggs filled with treats. There will be candy and non-candy items in designated areas. We will count on parents to check eggs to make sure they are appropriate for your child's age and dietary restrictions.
Lay Preaching Class
Both Online & In-Person Class

Who is invited?
People who love God and have a message to share about faith, God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit.
This course will give you tools & resources for your preaching tool belt.
In-Person Session:
In-person sessions at King of Glory Lutheran Church, 3430 N. Maple Grove Road, Boise, ID
Zoom Classes: The Zoom invitation will be given after you sign up
When: Monday evenings at 7:00 –8:00 pm MST, April 25, May 2, 9, 16
Cost: FREE
Sign up Deadline: April 23, 2022

Contact Info:
Pastor Connie Winter-Eulberg
Good Gifts Update

In January and February, we were collecting monies to buy a fish farm through the ELCA Good Gifts. It costs $250 and as of the end of March, we haven’t met this goal. We are about half way there so we are extending this goal for another month through April. Please help us meet this goal. Mark your gifts to Good Gifts so the funds are deposited to the right fund. Thanks to all who donate to this cause.
Owls Meeting Information
The next meeting for the OWLS will be on Tuesday, April 19th. We will be going to Smoky Mountain Pizza at 980 E. Fairview Ave., Meridian. I have reserved the room for us so hopefully there is no mix-up again. We will meet at 11:30 AM. See everyone there!

This monthly Bible study meets the second Wednesday of the month. It is published in the Women of the ELCA’s publication, “Gather Magazine.” But you don’t need the magazine, just come and join in. For the next two sessions the study is authored by ELCA Bible scholar, Mark Allan Powell. If you want to study ahead a little, you can read John 4: 5-30 & John 10-10.
Free Meal Update

The last free meal of corned beef, cabbage, red potatoes, and carrots was a big hit. The diners came in very sporadically but at the end of the day, we served 22 diners and sent 18 meals home. At the very end when we were taking the sign down and closing up, one last car full of people came by and took all the leftovers. So all the food went to good use. The next free meal will be on Saturday, April 30th from 12:00 – 1:30 PM. Those that want to help cook can show up at 10:00 AM and those who wish to serve and clean up can show up at 11:30 AM. Thanks to all who help with this endeavor. We couldn’t do this without your help.
Sandwich Sunday Update

April 10, 2022
We had Seven Volunteers this last Sunday. We made 400 sandwiches with 40 loaves of bread for the River of Life Boise Rescue Mission. Next Month, we will need more Meat & Cheese! Thank you all!
WELCA presents Ladies Spring Luncheon
and Janet Worthington as Suffragette, Amelia Bloomer
May 7, 2022 @ 11:00 am
Tickets per person - $15.00 Purchase Tickets In-Between Services.

King of Glory Lutheran Church
3430 N Maple Grove Road
Boise, ID 83704

Come join us for a 1920s style luncheon and presentation of suffragette, Amelia Bloomer, portrayed by Janet Worthington to celebrate the 100year anniversary of the women’s right to vote: 1920’s foods, fashions, slang, inventions, Prohibition and Speakeasys, Jazz music, the introduction of counting calories and dieting, hobbies and entertainment.
We encourage any and all ladies to come dressed like a 1920s lady, housekeeper, suffragette, flapper, girl gangster, etc.   
Come eat, drink some giggle water and be merry and have your picture taken with a vintage automobile.
Spring and care for creation | Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton

As we prepare to celebrate Earth Day later this month, Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton shares some examples of how Lutherans are caring for creation and addressing climate justice. 🌎 God call us to be stewards of the earth, and to fully integrate creation care into our love of God, neighbor and everything in our environment. 💚 Learn more at
Luther Heights Events

Luther Heights is looking forward to celebrating 70 years of ministry (1952 - 2022) this year! They're hosting a Blue Jean Gathering both in Boise (Immanuel) and Pocatello (Good Shepherd) as well as a retreat and day celebration at camp this summer!
Blue Jean Gathering - May 1st at 2 pm at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Boise.
Join us for worship, dessert and fellowship, new canteen items and a raffle. RSVP by scanning the QR code (with your smart phone camera app) or visiting 70th Celebrations at
Youth Paint Night
Attention to our ONLINE Worship Attendees Near & Far: You are included and remembered at all of our in-person worship services. But, we are working on an even more tangible way to include YOU. Please send us a photo of you (shoulders and head). Different ways would be to: crop a photo you have on your phone or take a photo of a photo with your phone (or someone else's). Make sure it is as clear as possible. Send via email to Megan. We will keep you posted on our project.
Update and Refresh of our member board - It has been a while since we last updated our board of photos in the Narthex hall at church. We would like to include ALL OF OUR MEMBERS.  Please send us a photo of you (shoulders and head). Different ways would be to: crop a photo you have on your phone or take a photo of a photo with your phone (or someone else's). Make sure it is as clear as possible. Send via email to Megan.
Save the Date for Bingo/Lunch Fundraiser 
Sunday, April 24th at 11:30 after second service, we will host lunch and bingo in the fellowship hall. Lunch (TBD) will be served to you at your table and open doors/windows will provide some air circulation. Watch for details on cost and sign-ups. Prizes and FUN are guaranteed! ALL proceeds will be donated to Luther Heights Bible Camp to make their 70th year a success!
Tickets will be on sale Sunday, 3rd, 10th and 17th between services. Adults $ 12, Kids $ 5, kids 5 and under free, Family maximum $ 25.
April Birthdays

04/01 Justin Boinde
04/02 Alice Nelson
04/06 Dan Price
04/09 Aurelie Honorine Beyam
04/09 Duane Thompson
04/12 Sharlene Harvey
04/14 Emma Dillon
 04/14 Lyman Larson
04/14 Erika Thompson
04/15 Susan Holm
04/17 Marilyn Brown
04/20 Laura Burlingame-Lee
04/20 Greg Olson
04/23 Todd Kraft
04/24 Darrell Werries
04/25 Katelyn Loy
04/26 Angelo Boinde
04/30 Helen Gregory
April Anniversaries

04/05 Tom & Teresa Schmalz
04/05 Valerie & Tom Bridges
04/16 Christine & Bob Grund
04/19 Gen & Frank Boguslawski
04/26 Tricia Miller & Steven Wargo
Speaker Announced for Adult Education.

Hi All -
I have secured a speaker for adult education on Sunday, April 24th after service at 9:45. His name is Rex Young. This is a link to his book Diary of a Caregiver: The Dementia Journey: Young, Rex T: 9781984511447: Books.

He is a very well-spoken older man who wrote this book to share his experience. He lost his sweetheart in June, 2018. This is the write-up from Amazon:
Diary of a Caregiver: The Dementia Journey Hardcover – February 28, 2018
In 2009, my wife of over fifty-eight years was diagnosed with dementia with Alzheimers symptoms. My caregiving responsibilities began before that time and continued until her death in January 2018. She was provided care in her own home. As time went by, the caregiver duties became more and more demanding. It was truly twenty-four hours each day and seven days each week. My sweetheart was referred to the hospice program as a patient beginning in 2013 with a life expectancy of six months or less. At the time of her passing, she had been a hospice patient for four years, eleven months, and five days. The Diary of a Caregiver begins with her entry into the hospice program and continues until her death. Caregiving can be very frustrating at times as one never knows what to expect or when to expect it. The Diary of a Caregiver identifies many of the problems and frustrations associated with care of a dementia patient. It also identifies different techniques and solutions to some of those problems. It should be of interest to anyone who is involved in caregiving, especially those who are just beginning.
Rex Young will discuss his book on Sunday, April 24th after early service at 9:45 in the Forum. Please join us for stories and discussion on a topic that is close to and experienced by many people.
Worship Assistant Schedule
Greeter, Usher, Assistant Minister, Lector, and Song Leader Schedule.

Thank you to those that volunteer for our Sunday Services. We appreciate all that you do, and are so grateful for your service.
You may download the new (April/May) Worship Assistant Schedule below.

We did our best to accommodate everyone's desired times. For future scheduling conflicts, please either switch with someone or find a replacement.

If you have a preference for a specific service (9am & 10:30am) please respond to this email with your preferences and we will schedule accordingly for the next volunteer schedule.
Video Chat

How well we remember two years ago when the pandemic changed our world. King of Glory celebrated the Resurrection of our Lord “virtually” behind CLOSED doors, sheltered in our homes! 
        Last summer, with congregation approval, we began a major upgrade of audio and visual equipment which would allow for enhanced worship experiences. The equipment is now arriving on a daily basis; contractors are finishing wiring and cabling and we are closer to celebrating “new” ways of church!
Is the online world real for the church today? Yes! It is a place where real ministry happens and genuine community comes together as a “hybrid” church. King of Glory has started with on-line worship, on-line studies, and on-line meetings. King of Glory continues with on-the-ground worship services, in-person activities like coffee hour, community free meals, weekly quilting.
You are invited to continue to “wrestle” with the questions of how we can adapt our ministries to be a “hybrid” church during the adult forum on Sunday April 10, between services. The focus of the conversations is based on the book, Becoming A Hybrid Church by Dave Daubert and Richard Jorgensen. (Copies of this book are available at the church.) The authors take readers through an overview of several areas of congregational ministry and reflect on ways on-the-ground and online ministry can work together. The first session on April 3 wrestled with how King of Glory uses "social media.” Is social media a replacement for communication methods that have been used over the years? No! Hybrid is NOT a replacement—it’s a “both and” way of conducting ministry.
While the time is short during these discussion sessions, visions and dreams and ideas and questions have begun to flow abundantly! The realization of the potential of future ways of “being church” promises to strengthen us where we are now, and encourage us to reach out creatively and with boldness! Join us!
Remember Pastor Connie’s first Easter sermon with us last year—Jesus has already gone to Galilee and is waiting for us! So let’s go—let’s “touch” the future! Looking forward to your input!
KOG Question

I am in possession of a book titled: "Railroads Through the Coeur d' Alenes"
This book was placed in my church mail box by person(s) unknown and I'm not certain if book was meant as a loan for me to read and return or if the intention was to give book to me. 
If anybody has information about this, please contact:
Jim Cambron     (208.789.8352) or (208.375.6554) 
King of Glory Lutheran Church
3430 N. Maple Grove Rd., Boise, ID 83704
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