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Archived 5/3/2024:

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat logo

Come see our production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat!  Admission is free; please reserve your tickets here as space is limited.

We have two primary goals when we do a production.  First, to create Beloved Community; we have a lot of fun with our productions, getting silly while supporting and encouraging one another.  This is a great way to make new friends!  Second goal: through all the support, encouragement, fun, and hard work, to put on a great show for the community to come enjoy.

Performance dates will be April 19th-21st and 26th-28th.
Rehearsals are Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings starting on February 18th.

For more information, contact Tom Frodsham (he/his/him) at buildingcommunity@northlakelutheran.org

Archived 4/28/2024:

A Northlake Family Reunion!
Sunday, April 21st

Come join us for a potluck right after the production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’s Matinee!

Who: For every current and past member and friend of Northlake Lutheran Church. You are part of our family!
What:  See a musical by Northlake’s Imagine Ministry and attend a potluck to catch up with old friends.
Where:  Northlake Lutheran Church
When:  April 21st, Musical at 3pm, Potluck at 5:30pm

So, RESERVE YOUR TICKETS FOR THE MUSICAL.
Let all your past Northlake friends know they are invited too!
Come on the 21st and drop your dish off in the kitchen on your way up to the musical.

Questions?  Contact Judy Elbert at 206-851-4248

Archived 3/26/2024:

Peace Vigil logoWe are hosting a Vigil for Peace on Monday, March 25, 2024 at 7:00pm to offer support for those affected by the conflicts in Gaza, Ukraine, Haiti, and others across the world. The community is warmly invited to share a time of meditation, prayers, soft music, and reflection.

Want ideas on how to turn prayer into action? Check out our page here for suggestions.

Archived 2/7/2024:
Every Tuesday from Jan. 9th through Feb. 6th, we will be holding a book club focusing on Strength to Love, written by Martin Luther King Jr. A flier with additional info can be viewed here.

You can join us in person at the Hangar at Kenmore Town Square or join us online with Zoom meeting ID 884 8504 0227.

Everyone is welcome to drop in at any time in the series.

Archived 1/23/2024:
On January 21st, we welcome the Reverend Terry Kyllo as our guest preacher. After the service, stick around in person to listen to him speak about the topics in his book, Go and Do Likewise: Following Jesus into our Common Humanity.

You can learn more about his work at www.pathstounderstanding.org.

Originally posted _:
The memorial service for John Helmon, Pastor Anja's husband, was held on Sunday, November 12th, 2023 at 3:00pm at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church in Kirkland.  The recording can be viewed here.  Notes of care may be mailed to the synod office (5519 Phinney Ave North, Seattle, WA 98103) or emailed directly to Anja at: sassypastor@outlook.com.