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Sunday, January 19th
      9:00 AM Bible Study: How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth
¬† ¬† ¬†¬†10:15 AM¬†Worship: Sermon‚ÄĒBring Heaven Down!
Sunday, January 26th
      9:00 AM Bible Study: How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth
¬† ¬† ¬†¬†10:15 AM¬†Worship: Sermon‚ÄĒToday's Special


Provide a¬†Circles¬†Meal ‚ÄĒ Tuesday,¬†January 28th
What is Circles? Volunteer for an evening to get a "taste!" Circles is a comprehensive 18-month program designed to lift low-income families out of poverty by bringing people together throughout the community. We need volunteers to provide the entire meal for about 100 people and about five volunteers to be present day of to serve the meal. We'll meet at St. Luke Ann Arbor at 5:00 PM, serve the meal at 6:00 PM, and clean up around 7:30 PM. Volunteers do join in eating the meal alongside those involved in Circles.
If interested, let Stacey Parker know. If you're interested but can't help this night, let Stacey know as she's lining up some future meal nights!   

Donate Used Electronics! 
Do you have a used computer, printer, or monitor sitting around that you are no longer using? Living Water is collecting these items to either be passed on to someone in need or to be recycled for parts for machines that can be upgraded and donated. All data will be wiped and removed before donation. Please contact Doug Schilbe at 248-437-0727 to donate, ask questions, or pass on a name of a person in need. 

Women‚Äôs Bible Study ‚ÄĒ Wednesdays at 10:00 AM
Living Water women of all ages are invited to learn more about the Christmas Eve miracle as we embark on "One Extraordinary Night,"¬†a five-lesson series by Donna Snow Pyle studying Luke 2:8‚Äď14. Our next meeting, on Lesson 5, will be January 22nd¬†at 200 Barker Rd.
(Here is the link to the study for those who wish to catch up or work ahead.)

Men's Bible Study ‚ÄĒ Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
Living Water men of all ages are invited to join a Bible study on Tuesday mornings, at Panera Bread on 8365 W. Grand River Avenue in Brighton. Contact Larry Armbruster for more information.

How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth ‚ÄĒ Sundays at 9:00 AM
Is reading the Bible hard for you? Have you ever struggled to know how to read different parts of Scripture? We all have! Would you like to increase your understanding of the Bible? Here's your chance! We're studying a great book, How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth, by Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart. This Bible study will help you to better understand how the Scriptures might have been understood by their original audience and, from there, how to better apply them to our lives and world today. You can join anytime!

Council of Lutheran Women Annual Luncheon
The Council of Lutheran Women will hold their annual luncheon on Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 at Burton Manor in Livonia. Over 60 Women of the Year will be honored at this festive event, including Linda Strausbaugh, who has been selected as Woman of the Year from our local LWML society. Congratulations, Linda! We look forward to celebrating with you!
Tickets go on sale this week and must be purchased by February 14. Contact Linda Murdock for more information or to make a reservation.

Annual Contribution Statements for 2019 were emailed out on Thursday, January 9th. If you did not receive your statement or you would prefer a hard copy, please contact Laura Bowen. 

Harrison Parker, Pastor
Laura Bowen, Business Manager
Matthew Landrum, Worship Arts Leader
Sam Smith, Communications Coordinator
Frank Murdock, President
Larry Armbruster, Head Elder