Our members build friendships with other members of the congregation through fellowship activities that range from helping others to just having fun.
Adult Lutheran Outdoor Adventures (ALOA)
ALOA is an active-adult fellowship group that enjoys events in God’s great outdoors. Weekend events (sometimes day trips, sometimes overnight) include such activities as snowshoeing, kayaking, hiking, nature walks, bike rides and trips to scenic outdoor locations around Northern California.
Resurrection’s seniors gather monthly for fellowship, food and fun, and new attendees are always welcome. The events include lunch and inspirational devotions. The Daylighters (called that because many seniors don’t like to drive at night) meet the last Tuesday of each month beginning in September at noon in the Fellowship Hall. There is a nominal fee of $5 for lunch.
Lutheran Adult Fun and Fellowship (LAFF)
All adults are invited to participate in all LAFF events, which range from bunko nights to wine tasting trips to the highlight of the year – the annual Pig Feed. Come and feast on a whole pig that’s been slow roasted all day and enjoy the spirited variety show featuring singing, skits and lots of, well, LAFFs. Events take place throughout the year.
Men and women of all ages are invited to participate in this monthly breakfast. In addition to enjoying great food and fellowship, programs include a range of stimulating discussions and spiritual growth opportunities. The breakfast is held the 2nd Saturday of each month at 8:00 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
Resurrection Book Club
If you like to read and learn about what others are reading, Resurrection Readers is the group for you. Each month, members select a new book to read and discuss. The club meets on the third Thursday of the month at 2 p.m. in the Carlson Library.
Dinner With Friends
This program provides an opportunity to dine with 7 or 8 different people four times a year, and you only host once. No gourmet meals are required – tacos for the main course and twinkies for dessert are more than acceptable. The year’s schedule is determined by registration that takes place in August and September.
A knitting group with a mission to provide comfortable hats for preemies, babies, chemotherapy patients, the homeless or wherever needed.
A quilting group that provides quilts for the community as well as quillows for Resurrection graduating seniors.