|16790 Van Wagoner St
Spring Lake, MI 49456
Regular Service Times
In celebration of Rick & Colleen Dierolf's 44th Anniversary!We warmly welcome a guest drummer, Tom Merkle, to play with our Praise Band this Sunday, June 26th. Thank you Tom for sharing your talent with us! Memorial Day weekend thru Labor Day weekend; 9:30 am.
Check out our book cart in the Atrium! Have a Book? Give a Book! Need a Book? Take a Book! The sharing cart is located in the Atrium near the Children's area. There will be no "formal" check out process. You can simply take a book to read and return it when you are done. If you have books to donate, we welcome them.SpringHill Day Camp is returning to Peach Plains in Grand Haven, July 11th – 15th from 9 am – 4 pm. Day Camp is 5 days of SpringHill fun for kids who have completed Young 5's– 4th grade. Camp includes small group Bible teaching, high-energy large group sessions, and engaging activities including; archery, bungee trampoline, camp songs, climbing wall, giant slip ‘n slide, creating tie dye t-shirts, and so much more! Camp cost is $ 189 for the week. Scholarships available. NEW DATE...Deadline for registration is June 27th. Must register on line at www.springhillcamps.com. We need 47 more kids to be able to host this exciting day camp. Invite your friends and family – Post Cards available at the Information Center – take as many as you need.
Please help support them by bringing specific recycling from home to Lakeshore! In the back area of our parking lot you will notice a large Green “Paper Gator” bin. We are encouraging you to bring your unwanted newsprint, catalogs, magazines, regular paper, junk mail, telephone books, as well as hard and soft cover books. These items are then re-purposed for cat litter, hydro-seeding mulch, and small animal bedding. Please note, this bin does not accept any plastic, metal, glass, cardboard or paperboard (cereal box material). We will continue to recycle those “other” products in our blue bin located in the kitchen. Tell your friends they are welcome to use it! Thank you for your support of this program! We received our first check for $ 25!! WAY to GO!!
At the end of worship you are invited to come to the Prayer Room (the door in the Worship Center next to the Kitchen) and receive prayer for whatever need you may be facing. You may also write your prayer requests on the back of Sunday's Connection Card.
“Is anyone among you sick? Let them call the elders of the church to pray over them…” James 5:14
Lakeshore Fellowship has a Facebook page! Like us at Lakeshore Fellowship.
Are now available on our website by as early as Monday (but no later than Wednesday) following Sunday's message! Check out this great tool at http://lakeshorefellowship.com/worship/audio-sermons1.
Is a family ministry curriculum that helps parents be effective spiritual nurturers in the home from birth through high school. We are incorporating this ministry here at Lakeshore. Parents, Grandparents and Congregation - We need all of you to make Faith Legacy a success! For details on this wonderful program, please talk with Colleen Dierolf or click on this link to read all about it. http://www.lakeshorefellowship.com/113-image-slider/841-faith-legacy.
All women are welcome on Mondays, July 18th & 25th as well as Aug 8th, 15th, 22nd, & 29th at 6:30 - 8pm in the Prayer Room. Bring your Bible/phone/tablet and join us as we dig into God's word together. Please enter using the office doors (in front of the circle drive) Questions, call Nancy at 616-453-6395.
GAP Prayer Team now meets in the Youth Room at 8:30 am on Sunday mornings! All are welcome to join us; even for one Sunday this summer! Questions, call (or text) Jane Buerhle at 616-450-2899 or Rebecca Steinke at 602-291-0450.
We are collecting your donated empty RETURNABLE pop/soda cans/bottles to help support 2.52 and Fray Wednesday night dinners. Empties can be put in the green bin by the entry doors. Thank you!
Lakeshore Fellowship participates in the Great Lakes SCRIP non-profit fundraising program. We sell gift cards to dozens of local businesses (such as Meijer, Wesco, Walmart, etc.) and have access to order gift cards from thousands of national businesses! You pay nothing extra for the cards, but a small profit from the sale of each card stays at Lakeshore. Currently, proceeds are going to support financial assistance to help needy families afford SpringHill Day Camp this summer. Please stop by the Information Center this Sunday to learn more about it...or call Jerry Goresch at 616-212-8967. Reminder: Script purchases can NOW be made online.
If you are in need of pantry items, you do not need to wait for distribution days! Please contact the church office.
The Lord's Business (Finance)
Weekly General Budget Need $ 8,877
6/19/16 General Fund: $ 6835 IMPACT: $ 1253 Other Funds: $ 62
Total General Fund giving thru May $ 175,650 Total General Fund expenses thru May $ 190,160
Prayer Requests & Praises
Prayers for members in need of healing; Gloria McAlpine, Carol Johnson, Shirley Williams, Marjorie Rozeboom, Jenni Gesiakowski, Ginny Mulligan, & Sue Wood-Lukkari.
Prayers for loved ones; John Zelenka (having triple bi-pass surgery on 6-24-16);Carole Hibnar for her mom, Priscilla Smith; Hilda Albright & Barb Johnson’s dad under Hospice; and Tim Roggatz brother, Jon.
begins Sunday, June 26th! That night, they welcome Grooters & Beal to the Grand Haven Waterfront Stadium from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. (Note the time change.) John Grooters & Dwight Beal, W.O.W. alumni, will lead in a time of inspiring community worship to kick off their 70th year. There is no cost, nor any tickets needed to attend W.O.W. For more information, check their website at www.worshiponthewaterfront.org.
is looking for an Rx Advocate ministry leader to help clients apply to receive their long term medications for free, or at a reduced rate, through pharmaceutical companies. This person will need to have experience with medications and medical terminology, along with computer skills. Please call Love INC at 616.846.2701 for more information.Our office is collecting your empty ink cartridges and recycling them for savings at a local store. Please help us defray the cost office supplies. Bring in your empty cartridges and give them to the person behind the Information Center. (There will be a container under the counter for them to place them in.) Thank you all for this support!! Any questions, please contact our office at 616-846-8556.