The Bake/Quilt/Craft/Fair Trade Sale:  The Alternative gift market, Fair trade fair and the traditional Bake sale will be woven together to provide opportunities to purchase gifts in a socially conscious way.  The money raised at this sale is used locally and internationally to make a difference in the lives of those in need.  Your gifts of love help alleviate suffering, build livelihoods and promote human dignity.  

Sewing Ministry: Every Wednesday from 8:30 to noon a dedicated group of sew-ers gather to make and tie quilts and other sewing projects, given to a wide range of recipients from local Habitat for Humanity homes to Lutheran World Relief.  No experience necessary!

Global Mission: Each year member and Parish Nurse Cindy Pennie leads a Synod-sponsored surgical mission trip to Tanzania, Several of our members have also gone, and we always get a fascinating report of their work and relationship with the hospital they work with while there. We also sponsor ELCA missionary Pastor Carrie Ballenger who serves the English-speaking congregation in Jerusalem and is an Assistant to the Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Jordan and the Holy Land. We often have visits from ELCA Young Adults in Global Mission, and support ELCA World Hunger and Lutheran World Relief with offerings, quilts and projects.

Offering of Letters: This is an annual  program from Bread for the World where we write letters to our representatives in Washington D.C. asking them to consider legislation that will help the hungry & poor.

School Supplies: For our summer/fall service project, we collected school supplies for 40 kits sent to Lutheran World Relief and 15 filled backpacks for local English as a Second Language students.

Fifth Sunday Offerings: On fifth Sundays we take a second offering for needs outside of our faith family. Recipients of 5th Sunday offerings have been Mobile Meals, Habitat for Humanity, Mission of Hope, Wings of Hope, Stillwater Community Health Center, our mission to Tanzania, and many others.  Special Lent and Advent collections are directed to the ELCA World Hunger Initiative

Oaks Indian Mission: In the fall, Oaks Mission students are our guests at an OSU football game.  There is also the opportunity to visit with the OSU Native American Student Association. We also provide the students at Oaks Mission with Christmas gifts through our annual Sharing Tree.

God's Work, Our Hands Sunday:  Each year we join Lutherans across the country in serving our community on the Sunday after Labor Day weekend. The past couple of years we have worked at our local food bank, Our Daily Bread, and invited our friends at the Islamic Society to join us.