Health and Wellness
There’s Always Light – Helping those affected by cancer and their loved ones
When cancer touches our lives, it can be overwhelming and leave us feeling lost and alone. Johanna Hager,
a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a member of First Lutheran is offering a support group for those with cancer and for those who love someone who was diagnosed with cancer. This support group will begin Tuesday, October 3 and will meet each Tuesday evening from 6-7:30 p.m. in Grace Place. This support group
will run through January 16, 2018 (except for October 31—No support group on that date). Johanna has worked
in the field of grief & trauma for over 20 years and will offer a safe place for people to cope with the emotional aspects of cancer by sharing their feelings and challenges. This group will also allow for people to learn from others facing similar situations. If you are interested in joining, please sign up at the Welcome Center. As we approach the holiday season you will have support and help navigating this journey.
Women’s Health Series
“Botox” is the topic of the noon luncheon on Thursday, January 25 at The Cellar. The cost of lunch is $8 per person,
which is payable at the door. Reservations may be made by calling Hammond-Henry Hospital at 944-9112 or by
Due to Federal guidelines, known as HIPAA, hospitals are no longer able to contact the church about the hospitalization of one of its members. If you or your loved one is taken to the hospital, be sure to contact
the church office at 944-3196 so that Pastor Laura Kamprath or Pastor Matt Kamprath can call on you.
If anyone would like a visit from the visitation pastor or would like Pastor Juliot to deliver communion,
please contact the church office at 944-3196.