Thursday, October 4, 201212:00 noon
to RSVP for Luncheon
or send E-mail to
Saint Luke Lutheran Church
9100 Colesville Road at
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Mr. Greg C. Roemer
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
not-for-profit Fortune 500 Company"
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is a faith-based,
not-for-profit financial services organization with approximately 2.6 million
members. As the nation's largest fraternal benefit society, they help members
be wise with money and live generously. Greg Roemer has been with Thrivent
Financial for 15 years. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political
Science from SUNY Buffalo in Buffalo, NY. As a financial consultant, he has
completed advanced education and licensing requirements in order to provide
comprehensive, customized financial guidance to his clients.
He will introduce Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
the only not-for-profit Fortune 500 company to those not familiar with
Thrivent and review their ministry in terms of their core financial services
and their fraternal outlays. Also of interest will be a review of existing
programs and how they may be changing in the future.
He is married with one child and is a member of Augustana
Lutheran Church in Washington, DC. In his spare time he enjoys biking, camping,
walking, computers, hiking, photography, politics and traveling.
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We invite all Lutherans and their friends to join us for
this luncheon meeting of Lutheran Lay Fellowship, scheduled for the first
Thursday of each month from 12:00 noon till 2:00 p.m. at Saint Luke Lutheran
Church, 9100 Colesville Road at Dale Drive in Silver Spring, one mile south of
the Capitol Beltway at Exit 30. Ample off-street parking is available.
Interested persons can make reservations for a delicious lunch by sending their
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by contacting Vicki Porter at
301-229-9884 or no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 2. The cost of the
meal is $9.00, payable at the door.
Click here to read September's meeting minutes
What is the Lutheran
LLF is an organization for women and men, both lay and clergy, active in
the Nation's Capital area. As early as 1936, feeling there was a definite
need for closer cooperation between Lutheran laity and clergy, a group of
laymen in the Washington, DC. Metropolitan area, organized to hold meetings
that would bring pastors and laity closer together. Due to jurisdictional
differences as well as ministerial difficulties, very little success was
achieved until the fall of 1941. Then the group met and decided to hold a
luncheon once a month, invite their friends and bring visitors. The first
luncheon was a success, and within three months every Lutheran judicatory was
[From a Lutheran Directory of Metropolitan
Washington, DC, published in 1999.]
Today, more than 70 years later, the Lutheran Lay Fellowship of
Metropolitan Washington takes pride in knowing that every night, 365 nights
each year, more than 700 low income seniors and disabled persons live in safety
and friendship in four high rises owned and managed by Fellowship Square
Foundation, Inc. By means of annual scholarships and grants, LLF also supports
various college and seminary students; it also provides ushering services for
major inter-Lutheran events. But most of all, LLF is known far and wide as a
place to hear stimulating speakers on timely topics and to make friends from
other Lutheran congregationsfriendships that last for decades!
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Effective August 2011, the previous month's Meeting Minutes will be
posted in the ARCHIVE section of our website, www.LutheranLayFellowship.org and
the only hardcopy available will be at the next month's meeting. Meeting
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