Cub Scout Pack 39 meets on Monday evenings at 7:00 p.m. upstairs in the educational building. The pack is for boys in grades 1 – 5.
Boy Scout Troop 39 meets on Monday at 7:00 p.m. in the Coleman house. The troop is an active ministry of Macedonia Lutheran Church and is open to all boys who have completed the fifth grade.
- Bill Poovey (Chartered Org. Rep.),
- Bruce Moore (T-39 Committee Chairman),
- Loryn Payne (Scoutmaster of Troop 39),
- Clark Gable (Cub master of Pack 39)
Meets: Monday 7:00pm
Website: Boy Scout Troop 39, Burlington, NC
OWLS (Older Wiser Lutheran Seniors)
Consists primarily of senior Macedonians, but open to all for fun, food, and fellowship. There is usually a monthly meeting with either a covered dish lunch or meal at some other site, along with a program, or even a trip.
Meets: the second Monday of each month at 11:30am unless otherwise specified.
Coordinator: Barbara Lilienthal / Senior Adult Leadership Team
N & N’s
Organized to utilize skills of members. They meet monthly for breakfast and plan the day’s work – minor maintenance and repairs around the church, clearing debris, etc., which helps keep down the cost of outside help.
Meets: the third Wednesday of each month for breakfast at 8:00 a.m.
Coordinator: Bill Poovey
Men of Macedonia, Men in Mission
Charter members in the NCLMM have a monthly dinner meeting with a variety of programs and speakers. They prepare and serve the Shrove Tuesday pancake supper, the Easter breakfast after the sunrise service, provide a meal during vacation Bible school, serve a Homeless Shelter meal, help with
Bereavement meals and are always willing to assist members and others when needed.
Meets: the first Thursday of each month at Mayflower Seafood Restaurant at 6:00 p.m.(Except July, August and December)
Women of the ELCA (WELCA)
There are six circles, with monthly meetings that vary greatly according to the interests of each circle. There is a monthly Bible study, and several interdenominational functions in the community in which to participate. In May, they sponsor a Mother-Daughter event and have a tea in December. On a
rotating basis, they prepare meals for bereaved families, refill the pew pockets, assist with congregational dinners including Homecoming, and provide volunteers for Meals on Wheels and the Good Shepherd Kitchen.
President: Pattie Graves
Meets: varies with each circle.