Bob Maynard, the chair of the Golf Outing Committee, presented a check for 55,000 dollars to Katrina Wise, Vice President of Senior Services for Liberty Lutheran. The annual Golf Outing at the North Hills Country Club benefits the Artman Benevolent Care Fund, which allows residents who outlive their assets to continue to receive quality, compassionate care at Artman.
Many community members in the Ambler area spent mother’s day weekend enjoying art at the annual Art Show and Sale at Artman. A variety of paintings, jewelry and other unique works of art from local artists were for sale, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Artman Benevolent Care Fund. The Benevolent Care Fund allows residents who have depleted their assets to continue to receive quality, compassionate care at Artman.
Kristin Vought, a Master of Arts in Public Leadership student at the Lutheran Seminary, is dedicated to connecting congregations with socials service organizations such as Liberty Lutheran. “It’s really valuable for congregations to be aware of what services are available in the area, and the ways that they can get involved,” she said.
On May 3, 2012, Fayrouz Azer, supervisor of Lutheran Children and Family Service’s (LCFS) Bucks County Family Preservation Program, a service of Liberty Lutheran, accepted the John Thomas Bevivino Award on behalf of the family preservation unit of LCFS. Bucks County Children and Youth Social Services Agency selects one organization to receive the award, which is given yearly in memory of John Bevivino who worked for the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare.
The sun is shining, birds are chirping and flowers are in bloom; spring is officially here. Are you anxious to get outside and take advantage the warmer weather? A walk around your neighborhood or a local park is a perfect way to enjoy the great outdoors, and it will help you to stay healthy. Continue reading →
Temple Sholom may no longer be there at the corner of Large and Roosevelt Boulevard in Northeast Philadelphia, but its legacy lives on through its former congregation, and its cherished Torah scrolls, which joined Beth Sholom Congregation, in Elkins Park, through a merger eight years ago.
On Sunday, April 29, one of the Temple Sholom Torah scrolls was dedicated to the Jewish residents at Liberty Lutheran’s Paul’s Run Retirement Community in Northeast Philadelphia. This gift was made possible by Beth Sholom Congregation, a Conservative synagogue and National Historic Landmark designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and the efforts of former Temple Sholom congregants, who reside at Paul’s Run. Continue reading →