It is important for the people of Lord of Life to continue to grow together in faith and friendship, especially as we welcome new people into our community of faith. To that end, we have tried to provide opportunities for people to get together in informal settings each month of the year. Here’s our schedule:
Shrimp & Game Night - This is a night for adults of our congregation and friends to get together to each good food and play crazy games, including skittle ball!
Ironbirds Game - It looks like this year we’ll be able to participate in Faith Night at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. Let’s cheer on our Harford County home team!
Anniversary Potluck Dinner - We celebrate our congregation’s anniversary each year with a potluck dinner. This year we will also feature kids’ and adult games!.
Camping Trip - This trip already has a sign-up sheet going as we needed to reserve the camping sites at Cape Henlopen State Park in Delaware. The trip is August 10th-12th.
St. Patty’s Dinner & Movie - A night of green (and orange). We will eat Irish cuisine and watch the film “The Quiet Man.” This will be on March 17th at 5 pm.
St. Patty’s Dinner & a Movie!
Crab Feast - This feast of the Maryland favorite is to take place at the home of the Gloses. And, at the best time for crabs in Maryland!
Bowling - There’s nothing like good old-fashioned bowling to get people together. We will head out to the Forest Hill Lanes for fun for the whole family.
Cape May Wine Fest - This is an adults-only event (clearly). The idea is to go to the wine fest and then take the ferry back across and spend the night at a campground.
Progressive Dinner - This is tentatively planned at this point. Check back for more information on the possibility of going from house to house for a night of food and fun.
Bowling - The time-honored tradition yet again. Unfortunately we don’t have any duck pin bowling close-by, so we’ll have to settle for 10-pin.
Tubing - We’re planning to head West for this tubing adventure. This is another fellowship opportunity that is open to the whole family.
Community Christmas Crafts - This is something we began just this last year as a community event for kids. They can make Christmas presents for the whole family!