Merger Updates

The new name of the merged congregation is:  Shadow of the Cross Evangelical Lutheran Church. The name is significant to us for two reasons: We walk in faith in the shadow of the cross with Jesus leading us, and the shadow that shows at night on the front of the sanctuary has been an identifying mark for … [Read more…]

Youth Choir Begins!

How beautiful it is when children sing praises to the Lord! Please join the Youth Choir a Shadow of the Cross Lutheran Church. The Youth Choir is directed by Ms. Helen Hunter. The choir is scheduled to sing on the 2nd Sunday of each month. We look forward to seeing you there.  

Women’s Groups

The former Faith Women’s Guild will meet after church on the 4th Sunday of January (January 27). The former St. Paul’s Women’s League will meet on the 4th Tuesday of January (January 22), at 7 p.m. Be sure to look at the January mites calendar for LWML – there’s information, prayers and fun ways to remember … [Read more…]

Visually Impaired Outreach Ministry

This VIOC ministry meets on the 4th Thursday of each month, at 10:30 a.m. The Bible Study is led by one of the visually impaired members, Mrs. Beatrice Luckett, and will take place in the lunch room, across from the church offices (the teachers and students from Concordia have offered to each lunch in their classrooms on these … [Read more…]

Coffee Hour Updates

Coffee Hour is a time for fellowship and conversation over a bit of coffee or tea and something sweet. Bible class begins in the gym immediately following Coffee Hour, so be ready with your Bible to begin. Coffee Hour on January 20 will be the ordinary Coffee Hour with treats provided by members of the … [Read more…]

Women’s Book Club

This monthly book club discussion group meets on the first Thursday of every month, from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at Kirby Koney Island, 26245 Telegraph in Southfield. The book to be discussed in January and February is Becoming by Michelle Obama. This is an intimate, powerful and inspiring memoir by the former First Lady. Mrs. Obama shares experiences from childhood … [Read more…]