Ministry Outreach


An article on the LCMS response to Hurricane Ian can be found on their website here. The mentions several ways to volunteer or donate to the synods response efforts. To donate directly to the synods response efforts click here.


Angel Tree Prison Ministry

Angel Tree a ministry of Prison Fellowship allows parents in prison the opportunity to give their children a Merry Christmas.  Names and caregiver information is shared with the churches participating in the Angel Tree program.

The mission of the program is to deliver Christmas gifts in the name of their incarcerated parent/s.  However, the most important part of this mission is to share the gospel with these children and their caregivers.


  • Calls caregivers for gift requests.
  • Fills out the Angel Tree gift tags.
  • Coordinates delivery of gifts.


  • Buy Christmas gifts for the children and return to the church.
  • Deliver gifts to the children before Christmas and the gospel is shared with the children.  They are given a gospel bead cross and a Bible.
Caring Ministry

Caring Ministry was formed to reach out in love, support and comfort to ladies and gentlemen in our congregation who are without a spouse whether due to divorce or death and also to assist the elders. This is our mission. We meet monthly on Mondays at 9:30 a.m. at Friendship Celebration. The invitation is always
open to any who would desire to be a part of the Caring Ministry team. Contact Carol Lipschultz  (208-884-4597) if you are interested in join this awesome ministry.

Crosses Outreach

Ralph Reinke & David Reinke-Contact the church office for more information.

Helping Hands

Helping hands mission is to prepare meals for those that are ill, home from hospital, and in recovery. Additional service is to offer rides to / from doctor visits, hospitals, rehab or any other need.  We are looking for volunteers! Please contact the church office (208-288-2404) if you are interested in helping with this ministry and we will put you in touch with Dawn Krafft, our Helping Hands Coordinator. 

Meridian Food Bank

Summary: The Meridian Food Bank ministry is dependent on the generous donations of our church members and visitors.  Donations assist in feeding and supporting those individuals and families which need assistance and depend on our generosity.  I've been blessed with the opportunity to transport those donations to the food bank for several years.

Donate: Food items primarily, canned, boxed and infant diapers.

Where is the tote located? It has had several locations.  But, most recently as you enter the church on the west side entrance, close to the coffee bar.

When are donations delivered? The donations are delivered when the bin is full.

Contact: The church office and we will put you in touch with Gail Davis, our Food Bank coordinator.
Threads In Faith


Mission: To ignite our community with prayers for the lost, fearful and stressed during challenging times with God’s love. 

Sponsored quilts are prayed over and given to those needing support. Visit Threads In Faith to learn more about this ministry. In November 2022 Christian Living magazine published an article about Threads in Faith. Click here to read it.

Treasured Home

Our mission is to provide at-risk children a safe and nurturing Christian home environment. To learn more about the ministry visit

Quilters Group

Every Wednesday, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

For more information contact the church office and we will put up in touch with one of our quilters.

Location: Friendship Celebration Lutheran Church, 765 E. Chinden Blvd., Meridian ID, Meridian, ID US 83646

Nearly every Wednesday morning our group of dedicated quilters get together at FCLC to sew quilts for Lutheran World Relief and many local charities. 

Prayer Chain

Donnette House - Contact the church office and we will put you in touch with Donnette.