Sunday, November 10th
      9:00 AM Bible Study: How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth
¬† ¬† ¬†¬†10:15 AM¬†Worship: Sermon‚ÄĒFor Us and For Our Salvation¬†
Sunday, November 17th
¬† ¬† ¬†¬†Take a tag from our Giving Tree to support families this holiday!¬†ūüéĄ
      9:00 AM Bible Study: How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth
¬† ¬† ¬†¬†10:15 AM¬†Worship: Sermon‚ÄĒGive and Give and Give
      2:00 PM Theatre: Frozen Jr. at Whitmore Lake Secondary School!


 


 

Whitmore Lake School Presents¬†Frozen Jr.¬†‚ÄĒ November¬†17th¬†
Disney fans of all ages: we have the opportunity to support our local Whitmore Lake Secondary School Drama Club in its performance of Frozen Jr.! Let's go as a group to Sunday's 2:00 matinee show. There is a meet-and-greet with the performers at 1:30 PM before the show, and a costume parade during intermission for any kiddos (or adults) who want to dress up! Tickets are available for $5 presale or $7 at the door. Check out the Facebook event for more information:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1207474519444374/?active_tab=about. 
Please let Stacey know if you're planning to come!

Women's Fall Retreat: Wonderfull World ‚ÄĒ November 23rd
On November 23rd, 9:00 AM‚Äď3:30 PM¬†at St. Paul Lutheran School ‚ÄstMain Campus, all women (high school and older) are invited to join us for this¬†mini retreat. WonderFull World takes you on a journey packed with friendship, God, and spiritual growth. It‚Äôs a retreat you won‚Äôt want to miss! Join us for a whirlwind tour of the seven continents¬†where we‚Äôll experience meaningful Bible studies, explore the wonders of a woman‚Äôs heart, and have time for both quiet reflection and laugh-out-loud fun! Sign up today‚ÄĒbring a friend!¬†
Cost is $15, payable the day of the retreat. 
Click the link to register: https://www.stpaulannarbor.org/event/fall-womens-retreat/  
 


 

Volunteer with Students at Whitmore Lake Public Schools 
Popcorn Fridays: The WL Elementary School has some open volunteer opportunities to become famous while helping with Popcorn Fridays. Click the sign-up link to see which Friday mornings still have open volunteer opportunities.

Education Volunteer: Do you have a knack for storytelling? Do you have special knowledge of a different country? Are you an expert in origami? Or perhaps you'd simply like to work in the media center at either school? There's more opportunities available to help in the WL Elementary School or High School as literacy or library volunteers! If you're interested in volunteering some of your time, talents, or knowledge, please email Pam Blount for more information.

Inviting Others to the Table with¬†MOPS¬†and MomsNext ‚ÄĒ November 14th
Mothers of children from birth to kindergarten (and beyond) are invited to our next meeting on Thursday, November 14th. Our meeting topic will be “The Life-Changing Power of Table Setting," a discussion on how each of us is a place of hospitality, welcoming others to the table as they are and giving yourself just as you are. We will also make a set of name cards that can be used for Thanksgiving dinner! All meetings include a warm breakfast and childcare in the MOPS Kids program. Contact Linda Murdock or Sandie Bodi for more information. 
Fall Market for Living Water MOPS... and Olaf! 
Come in from the cold and join us on Saturday, November 16th, from 10:00 AM‚Äď4:00 PM¬†at Living Water to shop local vendors and crafters at our¬†Fall Market!¬†Come out and shop to support Living Water Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) and¬†local small businesses.¬†Bring the kids and take photos with the infamous Olaf the Snowman‚ÄĒfor free‚ÄĒfrom 1:00‚Äď3:00 PM! There will be plenty of goodies to purchase from our bake sale (including low carb/sugar-free options).¬†
Interested in participating as a vendor? Contact Michelle at michellelangley.net for more information.

ūü饬†The Giving Tree ‚ÄĒ Coming November 17th¬†¬†ūüéĄ
Living Water will again participate in the Adopt-a-Family program at Northfield Human Services. Everyone will have a chance to take a tag from our tree and buy a gift for needy families in Northfield Township and/or the Emergencies Fund at Living Water. Please contact Stacey if you'd like to help prepare the Giving Tree and coordinate this year's gift efforts. 


 

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'll be 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!

Living Water Small Group ‚ÄĒ 1st and 3rd Wednesdays¬†at 6:30 PM
Everyone is welcome to our small-group Bible study the first and third Wednesdays of each month. Each group meeting will start with a light supper followed by an amplified study of the "How To Read the Bible For All Its Worth." Bring a friend! Contact Penny Armbruster or Philip Grimm if you'd like to join or if you have questions. 

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.



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

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