Creator Connection March 2021


The official newsletter of Creator Lutheran Church and Preschool.

Creator Lutheran Church and Preschool

Creator Connection

MARCH 2021

Welcoming all to Worship, Grow, and Serve in God’s Grace.

Pastor’s Corner

A message from Pastor Amanda

Grace to you and Peace

from God, our Father, and Jesus

Christ, our Lord. Amen.

This past week during

confirmation the narthex

was filled with giggles as the

confirmation class tried out

some prayer positions. The two

students who attend via Zoom

even got into the movements in

their homes. We read that over

time people have prayed lying

flat on the floor which we decided

to rename the starfish pose. At

first, we wondered together if it

was a way of hugging the earth,

but then thought through what

humbleness might look like too.

We decided it was not the best

prayer position for a worship

service with a lot of people in

attendance. We moved on to

kneeling and how we could hold

our hands facing up to be open

to receive or with our heads

bowed down like we needed to

be forgiven. We tried sitting with

our hands folded or standing

up. We even tried laying on our

backs to address God but then

thought about whether God was

only up or maybe also all around.

We leaned our heads against

the wall and we even tried out

praying while doodling with

crayons. We had fun exploring

ways to pray and talking about

how it felt or what it made us

aware of in a different way than

other postures.

We also discussed our

motivations for prayer. How we

can pray for help for ourselves

and for others and how we can

pray for forgiveness. Then we

got into some true and false


• God is a genie and prayer

are our wishes: True or


• God is a vending machine:

True or False

• God only listens to our

prayers if we concentrate

the whole time: True or


• God only answers our

prayers if we get the words

just right: True or False

• Prayer is a good way to talk

with God: True or False

We ended by sharing our

prayer needs and then picking

our favorite prayer position of the

Continued on pg. 4

Table of Contents


Pastor’s Corner...............................................

Terri’s Two Cents...........................................

Pastor’s Corner cont. .....................................


Church Council Highlights............................

Children, Youth, and Family

Easter Events, Prayer Chain..........................

One on One...................................................

Children’s Program, Confirmation Schedule

Children’s Book of the Month.......................


Preschool News..............................................

News and Education..............................

Birthdays and Reminders.......................















Amanda Olson de Castillo

Children, Youth,

& Family Director: Terri Heckroth

Office Ministry: Donna Reynolds

Communications Coordinator:

Marion Gil



Bookkeeper: Marcie Reid

Custodian: Leslie Noborikawa

Nursery Attendants: Debbie

Eikland and Cynthia Lowe

Sunday School Coordinator:

Terri Heckroth

Preschool Director:

Andrea DeDominces

Preschool Teachers:

Andrea DeDominces, Ragan Allen

& Cheri Farrer

Baptism Coordinator:

Briana Halaas

Funeral Coordinator:

Janee Theleman


Ministry teams and program leaders, please think ahead about what is coming up and

submit information, pictures or stories of impact to by the 20th

of each month. Our Office Ministry Coordinator, will collect, format, and get the newsletter

out to the congregation by the first of each month. If you have any further questions,

please feel free to call the office (253) 862-7700.

Terri’s Two Cents

This month marks the oneyear

anniversary of life in a

pandemic. It certainly has

been a “roller coaster” year

of emotions. Twelve months

ago, I had feelings of fear as

stories of COVID-19 deaths

grew. Next came the feelings

of displacement when I emptied

my office at church and set up

a home office. Then came the

disappointment and grief over

cancellations of anticipated

events like Easter celebrations,

fundraisers, in person Sunday

School and Bible Studies, and

finally the cancellation of the

Summer Mission Trip.

Throughout the year, I have

experienced so many different

emotions that were new to

me. Most of the time I didn’t

know what I felt, but I knew my

feelings were uncomfortable.

The lack of familiar structure led

me to feel guilty about not being

as busy as I was used to being.

The new technology I learned

caused feelings of frustration.

I felt lonely, missing hugs and

special time with my grandkids

and grown children. And I

felt hopelessness when the

grandkids asked me why they

couldn’t come and spend the

weekend at my house. And I

longed to better meet the needs

of the children and families of

Creator. Maybe you have felt

some of these feelings too.

“Don’t be afraid. I am with you. Don’t tremble with fear. I

am your God. I will make you strong, as I protect you with

my arm and give you victories.” –Isaiah 41: 10

Last night, at the Ash

Wednesday Worship service,

I heard Pastor Amanda use

the word “ashy” to describe

those feelings we have been

experiencing this past year. It

felt good to label my feelings.

It feels even better to know

that God is with us in all the

ashiness. What a comfort it

is to know that God knows

how hard we try to do our best

at work, school, and in our

relationships every day! God

knows that things are very

difficult during this pandemic,

and we may be feeling “ashy.”

This knowledge soothes my

feelings of guilt, frustration, and


I may still feel a little “ashy”

sometimes, but I know that I

will be alright. I know that God

understands, and God loves

me in all my ashiness. God is

my source of strength in difficult

times like these.



Continued from pg. 1

night. We then prayed for one

another and our world. It was

simply a wonderful evening with

these bright, insightful young


I share this because I want

to invite you to be curious with

your prayer life during this month

of Lent. What does your body

position communicate as well

as your words? When do you

pray? Or maybe for some of you

do you take time to pray each

day? Why does prayer matter

if God already knows what you

need before you ask?

Martin Luther gave us a

wonderful place to answer many

of these questions in his small

and large catechisms. If you

don’t have a catechism let me

know and we can make sure you

get one to look through.

God has commanded us to

pray. In prayer we are fulfilling

the first two commandments.

We are using God’s name to call

upon God in prayer, praise, and

thanksgiving. In turning to God,

we are recognizing God’s role

in our life and our dependence

upon God. We are trusting God to

not only be one who commands

but one who keeps the promise

to hear and answer our prayers.

Robert Kolb in ”Teaching God’s

Children His Teaching” says that

“When we pray, we are not only

seeking God’s commitment to

our plans, we are committing

ourselves to his” (page102). Kolb

goes on to make the distinction

between saying “I am angry at

God” and “God, I am angry with

you.” When we are angry at God,

God wants us to be in dialogue

with him rather than turn away in

our anger.

We are commanded to pray

but we also have a marvelous

promise in prayer that God

will listen. The creator of the

universe has promised to listen

to you. The one who has saved

the world cares about your

concerns. God desires to be in

comunication with you.

And if you don’t know what

to pray, Luther believed that

the Lord’s Prayer provided an

agenda for daily living. You could

start there. Or lean on the apostle

Paul in his letter to the Romans,

“In the same way, the Spirit helps

us in our weakness. We do not

know what we ought to pray for,

but the Spirit himself intercedes

for us through wordless groans.

And he who searches our hearts

knows the mind of the Spirit,

because the Spirit intercedes for

God’s people in accordance with

the will of God.” (Romans 8:26-

27). Just groan or weep trusting

that God is present.

The key to prayer is not the

right words or the right position,

but simply with whom you are

communicating - God will listen

to you.

Blessings to you in your

conversations with God.

Pastor Amanda

In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know

what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us through

wordless groans. And he who searches our hearts knows the mind of the

Spirit, because the Spirit intercedes for God’s people in accordance with

the will of God.” (Romans 8:26-27)



Church Council Highlights

The following are highlights from the Creator Church Council meeting held Tuesday

February 16th. These are not the official minutes of the meeting, but a brief summary to aid

communication. Approved Minutes will be posted on the bulletin board across from the office.

Committee Reports:

Finance Committee –

The finance committee

reported the following

balances at the end of


General Fund Balance

Total cash from Balance

sheet. Line 1000


Less Balance Sheet Total

Designated Funds. Line 3010

$ 50,068.15

General Fund Balance


Profit and Loss Details

Total Contributions / Giving


Total Expenses


Net income



Total Benevolence 10%

$ 3057.36

Local benevolence 6%

$ 1834.42

Synod benevolence 4%

$ 1222.94

Pastor’s Report

Pastor Amanda has

secured a grant from Thrivent

Financial to make boxes for

Holy week. The boxes will

be used for outreach to the

community and she will need

some help assembling them.

She has been busy working

on Creator Connect – writing

personal connection cards and

mailing them to congregants.

A lot of work has been

going on in (and on) the

building with the temporary

repairs from the branch that

went through the roof. She is

also working with Thrivent on

a class about generosity and


Old Business

The insurance company

has been contacted and will

pay for the repair of both

the sign and roof. We have

one bid in for the roof that

looks promising. Property

committee believes that most

of the sign can be repaired

and will be working on that.

New Business

Council made the decision

to use the funds from the

Christmas special offering to

help a BLHS student who is

wheelchair bound and needs

some special equipment to

get out and get exercise.

Due to the high cost of that

equipment, we also decided to

designate the Lentin offering

to the same thing.

Council has elected to reactivate

and fund account

3516 the “worship” account

under designated funds. This

line item will be used to pay for

expenses of items specifically

needed for worship services.


Children, Youth, and Family

Our Confirmation and High School

Students are constantly praying! If you have

a specific prayer you would like to include in

out prayer chain, please email Terri Heckroth We will attach it

to the growing paper prayer chain hanging in

the sanctuary.


Easter Candy Donations

Please bring in bags of small (smaller than

3 inches), individually wrapped Easter candy

for the Drive through Easter Egg Hunt. There

will be a bin in the narthex for collection. Many

children from our community hear the story

of Jesus for the first time at the Easter Egg

Hunt. Please help us to make it a fun day.

Children, Youth, and Family

One on One

March 2021

A monthly interview with one of

our church members to help get

to know each other

Name: John Williams

Profession: Professional

Instructor (semi-retired)

Birthday: March 29


Singing/guitar, landscaping/gardening

What is your favorite food?:

Whatever my wife cooks

Name one person who has influenced

your life decisions:

My father

What three things do you value the


Love, family and my abilities

Name something that most people do not

know about you:

At 16, I sang on a record album (vinyl)

with my parents and three sisters (the

Williams Familly Album). Also, I was a

businessman living in Germany for 12


What do you like most about Creator?:

It is a place to serve and be nourished

Where do you see God in your life?:

Redemption, relationship, destiny

Who do you admire the most?:

My wife and my two older sisters

What is the biggest challenge you face?:


Who is your favorite Superhero?:

David, son of Jesse the Ephrathite


Children, Youth, and Family

High School

Bible Study

Welcome to High School

Bible Study! This fun-loving

group of 9th-12th graders meet

every Sunday evening from 7-8

through Zoom. We gather for

prayer, fellowship, and faith

discussion time. For more

information call 253-862-7700

or 253-312-7219.


Book of

the Month!



• Wednesday, March 3 7:00pm

Lesson on Zoom and in person

• Wednesday, March 10 7:00pm

Lesson on Zoom and in person

• Wednesday, March 17 7:00pm

Lesson on Zoom and in person

• Wednesday, March 24 7:00pm

Lesson on Zoom and in person

• Wednesday, March 31 7:00pm

Lesson on Zoom and in person

The Hall family’s

current favorite book is “I

Want My Hat Back” by Jon

Klassen. The kids like it

because it is “silly”, and

Brandon and Joanne like

it because the illustrations

add to the story so much,

it’s fun to read. There are

a lot of details to notice as

you read.



Preschool News

February 2021

We hope your children enjoyed their valentines

and did not eat too many treats at one time. February

seemed to go by so quickly, but we managed to fill the

month with learning about our presidents and healthy


March is supposed to come in like a lion and go

out like a lamb. The lion part seems likely but let’s

hope it gives way to the lamb part; warm weather

and lots of sunshine! Spring will be a welcome part

of our curriculum as well as learning about forms of

transportation. Animal habitats will be featured at

the end of the month. The color is green, the shape

is triangle and our letters are J,j, G,g, and H,h. The

number is seven for the three-year old classes and

14, 15, and 16 for the four/five classes.

Also, during March, we will beigin assessment

testing. Our general policy is to avoid regular evaluation.

Three-, four-, and five-year-olds are growing, changin,

and developing at such a fast yet varied rate. Our

findings are not used in any way by the schools. They

have their own methods. This is just an informational

indication from us to you. Please, as always, talk to

your teachers if you have any questions or concerns.

*Please note there will be NO SCHOOL April 5-9 for

Spring Break.

Your teachers,

Andrea (Mrs. D.), Cheri (Ms. Farrer), and Ragen (Mrs.




Week 1 (March 1-5)

• Green

• Triangles

• Assessment Testing

• #7 & #14

Week 2 (March 8-12)

• Letter J,j

• Assessment Testing

• Transportation

Week 3 (March 15-19)

• Letter G,g

• Leprechaun Treasure


• Assessment Testing

Week 4 (March 22-26)

• Letter H,h

• Habitats

• #15

Week 5 (March 29-April 2)

• Review

• #16


News and Education

Creator Lutheran Church and Preschool

New Members Class

If you are interested in becoming a member

of Creator Lutheran Church or learning more

about Creator, you are invited to one of two

new member classes being held in March.

Our first New Members Class will be held

on Thursday, March 11 at 7pm via Zoom.

You can find the Zoom info to join below. Our

in person class will be held on Sunday,

March 14 after Sunday morning worship.

If you are interested in our new member

class, please contact the Creator office or

Pastor Amanda —


In person class: March 14 after worship

Zoom class: March 11 at 7:00pm

Time: Mar 11, 2021 07:00 PM Pacific Time

(US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 935 2038 1254

Passcode: 897043

One tap mobile


US (Tacoma)

Easter Tulips


Easter Tulips will be used to decorate

the sanctuary for Easter, but you may take

your flower pot home after Easter Sunday.

You may purchase a plant in memory

of, or in honor of a loved one, and their

name and your name will be included in

the weekly announcements. Pots are $10

each, and must be paid for when ordering.

The breeze link to order is:



You may also come by the office during

office hours to order and pay for tulips.


News and Education

Creator Zoom

Scattergories Night

The Creator Fellowship Committee is hosting

another fun Scattegories Night on March 20th at 7:00

PM on Zoom. Last time was so fun we thought we’d

do it again! Everyone and anyone welcome, and we

look forward to seeing our church family there for a

fun night together!

Please join us on Zoom at:

Meeting #: 897 5405 4418

Passcode: 786412

Adult Education:

Affordable Housing

Will young families be able to find housing that is affordable in our community in the

future? As our friends and family age, will there be housing to ensure they can afford to stay

in our community? How do we ensure housing is available for teachers, caregivers, and

single income households?

Learn more about Affordable Housing needs and the efforts by our synod and

community to begin to address this growing need. This Adult Education session will be held

via Zoom on March 21st at 10:45. You can find the Zoom info to join below:

Time: Mar 21, 2021 10:30 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 824 9517 7598

Passcode: 062182


News and Education

Caring Car


Sunday, March 28, 2021

11:00am in the Creator Parking Lot

Join us as we let Creator members know how much we love them and miss

seeing them by parading by their homes in our vehicles with signs and balloons.

We will meet in the parking lot of Creator Lutheran to form a parade of cars

and drive by the homes of members who could use some company.

We will stay in our cars (maybe outside on sidewalk),

and wear masks when windows are down or when outside the car.

Please make your own posters (Happy New Year, Happy Epiphany,

We Love You, We Miss You, etc.) to display. Balloons are also acceptable.

All ages welcome, but only adults 25+ years old may drive.

You must remain with your Covid-19 family group.

Register your family here to let us know how many cars we will have:


News and Education

#NoPlasticsForLent 2021 Pledge Form

Join @ELCAYoungAdults for #NoPlasticsForLent!

We know the problems we face

are bigger than re-usable grocery

bags. That’s why this initiative is

NOT just about plastics. Instead, the

heart of our challenge this Lenten

season is that EACH PERSON /

community commit to a spiritual

practice that is accessible and

deepens their relationship with God

and all creation.

This could be giving up single

use plastic, tending a plant as a

spiritual practice, committing to

have a conversation with someone

new weekly about why ecojustice

is important to you as a person of

faith, or something else!

We know that when we all gather

Adult Bible

Study via


together, by the power of the Spirit,

we can have a huge impact on our

communities and world.

Share with us here, what is

YOUR commitment to creation care

this Lent?!

#NoPlasticsForLent 2021 Pledge

Form (

Join us on the second and fourth Monday

of each month for fellowship and faith

discussions. We are currently studying

“whatever strikes our fancy” (direct quote

from Andy Heckroth). Most of our Bible

studies come from the ELCA resources.

All are welcome! Terri and Andy

Heckroth-Hosts. Contact Terri for Zoom



News and Education

LENT 2021

Wednesdays In Lent

7 Symbols of Ash

We will be considering

the different meanings of Ash

throughout Lent in 2021. Each

Wednesday one of these

meanings will be the focus of the

Wednesday evening sermon.

Throughout the day you are

invited to come to schedule time

to come into the sanctuary to

pray and two walk through prayer

stations designed to reflect

on Loss, Mortality, Emptiness,

Weakness, Repentance,

Shame, Purity.

Prayer Stations

Register for a time to go

through the 7 Symbols of Ash

Stations one time (or more)

during Lent. You and your

COVID family will be the only

people in the sanctuary at the

time and other COVID protocols

will be in place as well. You

can register by following this

link: https://www.signupgenius.



Times will be available 9am-

7pm on Wednesdays in Lent.


Worship with Holden

Evening Prayer and a sermon

will be premiered at 7pm each

Wednesday on Facebook and


Holy Week in a Box

Boxes are ready to be picked

up at the church so that your

household can have worship

and devotional materials for

Holy Week. The boxes contain

objects that help us reflect on

Jesus’ passion and resurrection

for us. Please let us know if you

can pick up a box and deliver it to

other members who are not able

to come and get it themselves.

Holy Week

Keep an eye out for these

events during Holy Week! More

information to come as we get

closer to these dates. All of the

meetings below use the same

Zoom ID and Passcode as

Sunday Worship.

Palm Sunday - March 28

Maundy Thursday - Aprill 1

Worship at 7pm with Holy


Good Friday - April 2

Worship at 7pm

Easter Sunday - April 4


Alter Guild

One of our faithful

members, Leslie

Noborikawa, cannot

serve on Sunday

mornings, so she

sets out communion

glasses for pick-up

on Saturday when

she cleans the church.

For those who have

not attended worship

service in person, we

have included a picture

here so you know how


it is set up. The duties

of Altar Guild servers

are reduced to setting

up the altar, lighting the

candles and cleaning

up after service. If

you can attend worship

in person and would

like to learn, please

contact Linda Reed at

to set up a time to train

in the duties of the Alter


News and Education

Daily Devotions

Morning Prayer will continue

throughout the month of January at

9:00am. You are invited to watch

the recordings which are posted or

consider joining us at 9:00am via

zoom. Pastor Amanda turns off the

recording after her reflection on

the reading and we have a time of

discussion and connection with one


Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.


Meeting ID: 633 840 757

One tap mobile

+12532158782,,633840757# US (Tacoma)

All worship services and devotions will be

posted after completion on both YouTube

and the creator website: https://www. and

Adult Education

I Love to Tell the Story

Pastor Amanda will be posting a

short video each week diving into

the Bible Narrative and specific

readings for the upcoming Sunday.

The videos will be posted on

Facebook, Youtube and linked

to our website. If you have any

questions or comments about the

bible study please send them to




News and Education



Bible Study

Join us for Thursday Morning

Bible Study via Zoom from

10:00am—11:30am. We will

continue with our study on

Exodus. Our first meeting we

will start with a little fellowship

and lesson on using Zoom and

then start a review of lesson 1.

If you need to order the Exodus

Study book, let us know.

Join Zoom Meeting



Meeting ID: 966 806 9876

Passcode: 1DMKSi

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+Dial by your location

+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)

Meeting ID: 966 6 9876

Passcode: 419391


Monday Evening Women’s Group

This is a time for connection, catching up and sharing prayer requests.

During Covid we are meeting virtually on zoom the first and third

Mondays of the month at 7 pm. Please contact Janice Pendergast at for more information.



During “All things Covid”

the Wednesday night

Men’s group has been

using Zoom. The meetings

start at 7:00 PM and get

over by 9:00PM. If you

are interested in joining

the meeting please contact

Scott Perkins with your

email address and he will

send you a link for Zoom.


com or 253-230-3416

Theology on Tapps

is Returning!

News and Education

Theology on Tapps for 2021 will

continue our on-going discussion

of Racism. Discussing ELCA’s antiracism

pledge. We will be meeting

every third Thursday of the month at

7pm via Zoom

Join Zoom Meeting



Meeting ID: 961 2000 1197

Passcode: 930701

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Meeting ID: 961 2000 1197

Passcode: 930701

Young Adult’s Discussion

Join Creator’s Young Adults Discussion. Everyone ages 19—29 are welcome for Good Books, Good

Conversation and Good Company. Zoom meetings are the first Saturday of the month at 2:00pm on

Zoom. Text Teri Heckroth for more information at 253-312-7219. *Currently on hiatus*


Birthdays and Reminders

Remote Worship

Worship will continue to be live-streamed on Facebook Live and

Zoom. To join via Zoom, follow the link below:


Meeting ID: 893 7560 2512 Password: 435230

One tap mobile:

+ 12532158782,,89375602512#,,,,0#,,435230# US (Tacoma)

Call in option: Zoom offers the option to call in to listen to the

service. Call into worship while it is open - usually a minimum of

five minutes before 9:30am until 11:00am - +1 253 215 8782 and

enter the meeting number: 89375602512 when prompted. You

will be able to hear the worship service.

Pastoral Emergency Fund

Creator has a fund available to be used at the discretion of Pastor

Amanda to support congregation members and the community

as needed. If you or a member another member of the Creator

Community has a particular financial need at this time, please

reach out to Pastor Amanda for support. We are here for one

another at this time. This fund is also open for additional

donations from the congregation.

Recycle Your

Ink Cartridges

Don’t throw away those printer cartridges or used cell phones.

The Youth will recycle them for you. It’s good for the

environment and the youth program receives a small concession.

Just deposit old cartridges in the drawer in the narthex.

Creator Sunday School Is Back!

We will be emailing Sunday School lessons with video stories and

links to music videos every week to our Sunday School families.

If you know of any family who would like to be added to the

distribution list, please let Terri know. We will follow the narrative





01 - Nikki Harlor

01 - Jackson Russell

02 - Laurel Jessop

02 - Isaac Russell

05 - Eliana Parton

06 - Carmen Pollastro

08 - Sophie Rutkosky

09 - Michael Fitzgerald

09 - Lindsey Wire

12 - Renae Carnay

12 - Diana Roller

15 - Erik Ketter

15 - Molly Williamson

16 - Jody Minton

16 - Paige Winsor

17 - Joel Hingston

18 - Wendy Swanson

19 -Mark Freisthler

19 - Towns Larson

20 - Chloe Mitchell

21 - Vickie Kirn

21 - Tawny Mitchell

23 - Michael Cooley

24 - Tammy Funk (nee Billings)

24 - Andy Heckroth

25 - Brady Martin

26 - Gia Russell

27 - Jennifer Heineman

27 - Marilyn Kelley

27 - Marguerita Larson

28 - Sharon Littlefield

28 - Ava Parkhurst

29 - Shaun Parkhurst

29 - Ruth Perkins

29 - John Williams

30 - Mark DeDeominces


Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

2pm Young Adult


2 3 4 5 6

9am Morning


10am Thursday

Morning Bible Study

9am Morning


9am-7pm Prayer

Stations Available

7pm Confirmation

7pm Men’s Fellowship

7pm Holden Evening

Prayer (online)

9am Morning


1 9am Morning


7pm Monday

Evening Women’s




11 9am Morning


10am Thursday

Morning Bible Study

7pm New Members

Class via Zoom

9am Morning


9am-7pm Prayer

Stations Available

7pm Confirmation

7pm Men’s Fellowship

7pm Holden Evening


9am Morning



8 9am Morning


7pm Adult Bible


9:30am Worship

Online and

In person w/



7:00pm High School

Bible Study via Zoom

20 7pm Creator


Scattergories Night via



18 9am Morning


10am Thursday

Morning Bible Study

7pm Theology on

Tapps via Zoom

Prayer (online)

9am Morning



9am Morning



9am-7pm Prayer

Stations Available

7pm Confirmation

7pm Men’s Fellowship

7pm Holden Evening

15 9am Morning


7pm Monday

Evening Women’s


9:30am Worship

Online and

In person w/


7:00pm High School Bible

Study via Zoom

10:45am New Members

Class In Person




25 9am Morning


10am Thursday

Morning Bible Study

Prayer (online)

9am Morning



9am Morning



22 9am Morning


7pm Adult Bible Study

9am-7pm Prayer

Stations Available

7pm Confirmation

7pm Men’s Fellowship

7pm Holden Evening

Prayer (online)

9am Morning



9am Morning



9am Morning



9am-7pm Prayer

Stations Available

7pm Confirmation

7pm Men’s Fellowship

7pm Holden Evening

Prayer (online)

9:30am Worship


Online and

In person w/


7:00pm High School Bible

Study via Zoom

10:30am Affordable

Housing Adult Education

via Zoom

28 Palm Sunday

9:30am Worship

Online and In

person w/Communion

11am Caring Car


7:00pm High School

Bible Study via Zoom


Creator Lutheran

Church and Preschool

Welcoming All to Worship, Grow, and Serve in God’s Grace (253) 862-7700

Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 3:30PM

16702 South Tapps Drive East, Bonney Lake, WA 98391

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