TOUR THE FEDERAL RESERVE, Tuesday, April 9, 1-2:30 PM, at its building at 2200 N Pearl Street in downtown Dallas. (Note the date change from March 26 previously announced.) Join Pastor Westphal and a group of CLC members and friends for a special tour arranged by CLC member and treasurer, Pia Orrenius. As part of the tour, Pia, a vice president, and senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas will provide an introduction to the regional economy. Her research focuses on Mexico–U.S. migration, unauthorized immigration, and U.S. immigration policy. We will be seeing the cash handling room so you will need to furnish your full name in advance for pre-clearance and bring a photo ID on the day of the tour. Arrive a little early to park and go through security. The tour can accommodate a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 50 people; those who register after the maximum is reached will be put on a standby list. Sign up below by Thursday, April 4, and indicate if you would like to carpool from the CLC parking lot, and if you are able to come early at 11:30 AM for lunch nearby at Sammy’s BBQ (2126 Leonard St, Dallas, TX 75201) and then we will walk to the Federal Reserve for the tour.
Thursday, May 23 – Tuesday, May 28 - Everyone is welcome to join on this trip which covers the U.S. Civil Rights Trail. Happening over Memorial Day Weekend, families will partake on a journey of a lifetime together while learning about such an instrumental movement in U.S. History. You do not want to miss this trip! Registration below:
Lunch will be available at the Annual Congregational Meeting following the 11 AM worship. A prepared sandwich with a drink will be available for all in attendance for $7.00 per person. PBJ sandwich will be supplied to children for free. Money will be collected the day of the meeting. Sign up below, so we can prepare enough for everyone.
For 5th - 12th grades
D-Camp is a retreat full of challenge and fun, which will alter the way youth look at God and themselves. It’s an incredible weekend of mind-blowing worship, late night campfires, small-group discussions that will get youth out of your comfort zone, lots of laughter, one of the best camps in the WORLD, and making new friends.
Why should kids attend this event?
This is perhaps the most important event we do as a youth program. This trip allows our high school youth to minister to the confirmation youth. In the last 15 years I have witnessed many times how powerful this trip can be in the life of someone in middle school. Many youth who attended this trip as a Jr. higher still attend well into their college years and beyond.
I’m excited to see what God has in store for this wonderful group of youth!
Cost: $200, Scholarships always available
When: MKL Weekend:
We will meet in the church parking lot at 5:00pm and roll out at 5:10pm Sharp(we will have pizza on the bus). We will return Monday around 5pm ish.
Where: Camp Soto in Arkansas (The best camp Scot has ever been to)
Who: Confirmation Youth (required) through Whenever
There will be 4 adult chaperones-Scot, Kristi, Victoria and Katarina
Texas Winds' thirty-third season has been a successful and exciting one. Our musicians performed the most concerts in our history, with 1,814 concerts reaching 125,585 individuals. Our founding executive director Catherine Barr is retiring and passing the baton to Thomas Fritsch, Ph.D., who will continue the Texas Winds' mission. You can read about this exciting news and more in our annual report below.
Read the Annual Report Below
God's Work. Our hands.