Welcome to First Lutheran Richmond Beach

Online Worship Details

Sunday, April 25 – 10:00 am

This week’s Prayer List
Scripture Reading: John 10:11-18

Link to service: https://youtu.be/GxTRLMtt8kA

Sunday, May 2 – 10:00 am

Scripture Reading: John 15:1-8

Link to service: https://youtu.be/SiustH0fOec

EVBS is Coming!

Hold onto your mullet, we’re taking a totally tubular trip through the early church. During BOLT: Totally 80’s, kids will hear stories from the Book of Acts and learn how God’s Spirit worked in and through the early believers. Moreover, they’ll discover they too have been empowered to take the good news of Jesus to the ends of the Earth.

Register here: https://forms.gle/bqrAyyXvEQTmuyse7

In your homes with morning or evening in-person activities!

Hosted by: First Lutheran Richmond Beach and Bethany Community Church North

Dates: June 28-July 1, Monday-Thursday
Time: ZOOM: 9:00- 10:00 am
IN-PERSON: 10:30-11:30 am or 5:30-6:30 pm
Cost: $10 per child $50 max family (Registration includes a t-shirt for each child/all supplies)
To pay: https://flrb.org/worship-with-us/online-giving/

Please include a scholarship request with your registration.
No family will be turned away!

Mark Your Calendar:  PICK UP PARTY!
Sunday June 27th, 2pm-4pm
*Home Delivery is available if this time don’t work!

Adult Education Hour

Sundays – 11:00 am via Zoom

April 25 – Refugee Family Update
The Afghani family of 11 has been in Lynnwood since February 2020, just before the Covid outbreak. Some of our committee members will be bringing you up to date on the progress of the resettlement project during the first year. Trying to help them with technology, online school, job searches, appointments to agencies, and medical appointments would be difficult under most circumstances, but all of this has been made more challenging by Covid. After the presentations there will be a time for questions and answers.

May 2 – Refugee Resettlement by Emma Loest from Lutheran Community Services North West.

The Afghani family was brought here by LCSNW. Volunteers from St. Luke Catholic Church and First Lutheran were trained by Emma and she supported us in the resettlement process this past year. She will be talking about the work Lutheran Community Services does in resettling refugees, and the current status nationally of refugee resettlement. You will find her presentation very interesting and informative. There will be a question and answer time.

May 9 – Speaker: Emma Wagner from Lutheran World Relief.

May 16 – Speakers: Dave and Dan Voetmann talking about their lives in Africa as a missionary family.


Zoom Information
Meeting ID: 891 9450 3735
Passcode: 2020Ed

Virtual Prayer Time

Thursdays – 11:00 am via Zoom

Join Parish Nurse, Cathy Thomas for a time of prayer. 

Questions? Email Cathy Thomas.

Zoom of Life

Join Pastor John via Zoom for Word of Life at 10:00 am on Thursdays. Get insight into the scripture readings for the upcoming Sunday and have a chance to connect with one another.  Click here for Zoom meeting details.

Music at FLRB

Music ensembles are continuing at FLRB! Our ensembles are gathering online with weekly Zoom meetings and depending upon COVID-19 protocols, small ensembles meet to rehearse music and create recordings for our on-line worship services. (When local regulations allow, small ensembles meet in-person in socially distanced, well ventilated spaces with a maximum of 6 participants, observing all COVID-19 guidance and protocols.)

Do you play an instrument or sing and need someone to accompany you on piano? Would you like to sing with one of our choral quartets or are you simply interested in browsing through what we are working on? Please contact Joel Bevington

Activities for Children, Youth & Families

Sunday School for Children and Youth, JaM (Jesus and Music), Confirmation, & Youth Group.

Email Terry Baird for more information.

Ways to Give

Please continue to support FLRB financially during this time.  You may give online by clicking on “Donate to FLRB” button, mail in a check, or drop a check off in the mailbox at the main entrance of the church.  The mailbox is checked regularly.

For those who give using offering envelopes, these envelopes can be mailed–just add a stamp and return address and they are ready to go!  Checks may also be dropped off in this same mailbox.