As Christians we are called to believe, belong to, and support Christ’s family by bringing together Christians in fellowship. PFLC provides a caring community for mutual encouragement and support.
Knit-Wit knitting – Beginners and experts alike meet to knit, mentor, share knitting ideas, and chat on the first Saturday of each month at 10am at Montclair Park, 12500 NE Lincoln Ave. Bring a sack lunch.
R&R Book Club – Discuss a book with others who have read it too. Meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 10am in the library.
Quilters – Block, cut, sew and tie from 10-12 Tuesday mornings in the upper room. Enjoy sack lunches and coffee afterward. The 200+ quilts made by this group each year are sent to developing countries and disaster areas by Lutheran World Relief (LWR).
Baptismal Quilters – 1st Saturday at 9:30am provide baby quilts for babies baptized at PFLC.
Boy Scout Troop 1571 and Cub Scout Pack 4571 meet at PFLC.
Circles – Women’s Bible study groups use the study found in Gather, ELCA’s women’s magazine. All are welcome! The circles meet as follows:
Deborah Circle: 2nd Tuesday, 2pm
Sarah Circle: 1st Monday, 9:30am
Martha Circle: 3rd Wednesday, noon
Lydia Circle: 2nd Tuesday, 7pm
Monday Morning Men – Men meet each Monday at 8am for coffee, food, fellowship and to accomplish general maintenance work around the church grounds. Bible study is offered on the 3rd Monday of each month.
Bible & Brew – Meets Tuesdays at 6:30pm at The Brass Kraken on the waterfront to discuss scripture texts for the coming Sunday.
Coffee Hour – Coffee, punch and wonderful goodies give you a chance to chat and enjoy the “in between times” of Sunday morning. Join others in the social hall after worship.
WELCA – The Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America is a group comprised of all confirmed women in the ELCA. The local group holds semi-annual meetings, offers fellowship events, oversees sending the quilts to LWR and initiates the circles listed above. The group also meets with women from other ELCA churches at the conference, synod, and churchwide levels.
Family Camp – Come with your family (in whatever form that takes) and spend a week of the summer with your church family at Olympic Lutherhaven Camp in Bremerton. Organized activities, great food and time by the lake amongst the trees will refresh you for the rest of the year.
Lutefisk Dinner – On the third Saturday of October, people come from miles around to partake of this traditional Scandinavian feast. Many people participate in the preparation for this event, and many more enjoy the celebration. See the Lutefisk Dinner page for more details.
Christmas Bazaar – On the first Friday and Saturday of November in the Christian Center., There are vendors, music and food to start the holiday season. No admission fee.
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans – The “Trolls” (Trusty Reliable Old Luther Leaguers) are the local Thrivent members (and others) that meets to plan events and form Thrivent Action Teams to serve our neighbors.
Prayer – One of the most powerful ways we support each other is through prayer. Prayer requests may be made on the “Keeping in Touch” cards, phoned into the office, or sent to one of the pastors. The requests are forwarded then to the pastors, the Prayer Circle, the women’s circles (through the Prayer Chain), and to other members via email.
Fredericksen Wilderness Park – PFLC owns park land off of Big Valley Road. There’s a chapel, hiking trails, and a disc golf course. Take a picnic and enjoy the day. Please pack out anything you bring and clean up after pets. The Fredericksen Wilderness Park Disc Golf Course also has a Facebook page, and you can pick up a map at the church office.