Lakeside Mission: Life - currently not meeting
The recently reorganized committee Lakeside Mission: Life is committed to meet the spiritual, physical and social needs and desires of the congregation. As a result of a survey of the congregation, two new bible studies were initiated with plans for another to be held in spring. A Senior Health Forum was held to address the concerns of aging and healthy living, exercise for seniors and end of life planning. Also plans for theater and concerts throughout the fall and winter are being organized. Most importantly we are working closely with those who have expressed a desire to join Lakeside Community Lutheran Church, with a new member Sunday slated for November 10, 2013. These are ongoing activities of the committee and each year presents new and exciting ways to meet the needs of the congregation.
LAKESIDE MISSION: LIFE
The Stewardship committee has the responsibility of reaching into the congregation to encourage participation of all congregational members in the church’s ministry through commitment of themselves, their time, their abilities and their financial resources.We help remind the congregation of their history of being GENEROUS GIVERS and we encourage GENEROUS LIVING/GIVING.
Social Concerns Committee - 2nd Tuesday, 9:00 a.m.
The Social Concerns Committee is responsible for many of the community service activities that our church participates in. This committee is responsible for running the Trash and Treasure sale, getting together the food and seeing to the distribution of baskets for Thanksgiving and helping out Crescent Lake Outreach in distribution of goods to the needy. This distribution may include gas cards, payment of electric bills, food, and clothing. We have been instrumental in giving winter clothes and boots to school children. Proceeds from our Trash and Treasure sale go to many "helping" organizations in the community.
We are always looking for new and enthusiastic members. We meet on the second Tuesday of the month at 9:00, April through December. If you are interested please contact Karen in the office and she will see that your name is forwarded to the appropriate person. We really do have a good time helping the community.
Chairperson Margy Rogers
Liaison Janet McInroy
Darlene Hallberg Sec
Worship & Music
The Worship and Music Committee ensures that the church runs smoothly, with the guidance and suggestion of our Pastor. We address all complaints, ideas, and suggestions brought before the committee by concerned and interested congregation members.
WORSHIP & MUSIC/ALTAR GUILD – lst Tuesday, 9:00 a.m.
Chairperson Vicki Wier
Marylin Anderson Dottie Busby
Judi Wilson Pastor Bill
Youth Education - 1st Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.
This committee's responsibility is to develop an effective education and youth ministry program that provides opportunity for learning and growth for the youth and the entire congregation. They are also responsible to secure a person who will serve as the Sunday School superintendent and provide training of teachers and leaders. They are to report to the Church Council on its activities.
Chairperson Anna Treague
Liaison Deb Jackson
Property & Safety Committee - 1st Thursday, 8:00 a.m.
The Property & Safety Committee's main objective is to make certain that our facilities are made safe, and that they are maintained properly for all to use.
Co-Chairpersons Gordy Nelson & Bryan Dugstad
Liaison Craig Hermann
Judy Dugstad Ken Dobson
Wayne Lundeen Ed Schmidt
Don Stamp Bryan Dugstad
Gordy Nelson Bob Proehl
Joe Conner Roger Anderson
Finance/Adhoc Memorials Committee - 2nd Thursday, 7:00 p.m.
The function of the Finance Committee, as determined by the Church Council, is to provide for short and long range financial planning. The committee together with the treasurer, monitors the financial condition of the church and makes financial recommendations to the Church Council for approval. They are also responsible to plan and process the yearly budget.
FINANCE/AD HOC MEMORIALS
Chairperson John Lahner
Liaison John Lemay
Ken Busby Mark Whiteside
John Lahner Evie Moore
Linda Dobson Ken Dobson
The Endowment Fund of Lakeside Community Lutheran Church was established in 1996 to provide the opportunity for anyone to make a contribution to the Lord's work that will continue indefinitely. Earnings from the investments are specifically to be used for missions, scholarships, activities enhancing growth in Christian education, music for spiritual enhancement, community and social ministry needs, special needs of Lakeside and special needs of ELCA seminaries. No portion of income generated by the fund shall be used for the annual operating budget of the congregation.
Gary Elmer. Brenda Wheeler
The Mutual Ministry Committee is composed of six members nominated by the President of the Council and pastor. Their responsibility is to aid the congregation, council and staff in clarifying the emphasis of the mission and ministry of the church. They will assist in resolving areas of discord within the staff and congregation.
Chairperson Sandie Fisher
Our congregation is divided into 12 Shepherding Groups. Each group serves the congregation during an assigned month to assure that important basic functions of ministry are provided. These tasks include: greeters, ushers, acolyte, communion assistants, lectors, and fellowship servers.
Liaison Diane Roberts