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2024 Youth Soccer Camp

Summer is approaching and so is our FREE Youth Soccer Camp! For the past seven years, this has proven to be an opportunity to serve our community and meet our neighbors, all while kids enjoy learning soccer skills or continue to develop them. DETAILS The camp will be held the first three Saturdays in June starting June 1st at 10 am at Speedway Sports Complex (315 Speedway Circle, Field 3). Camp will conclude by 11:15 am, allowing kids to enjoy…

Sower Throwers Softball Tournament

Sower Throwers, the official name of the softball team who plays in the Lincoln Parks and Recreation league, the team with various members from Sower Church, are hosting a softball tournament this summer! WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Hoping to field as many teams as possible, the event is open to everyone at Sower Church and friends! No softball experience is necessary! The tournament will take place on Saturday, July 30 at Mahoney Park (3600 N. 70th St., Lincoln, NE).…

Sower Summer Highlights

Summer has come to an end with school starting again. The end of summer is often bittersweet but let’s take a look at some of our Sower summer highlights! 

On Race, Riots, and Reconciliation

“There is a direct relationship between a person’s grasp and experience of God’s grace and his or her heart for justice.” Tim Keller, Generous Justice During the past week, protests and riots broke out in Minneapolis and across the country, including our city of Lincoln. They came as a response to the death of George Floyd, who died after a police officer pressed his knee into Floyd’s neck, even as he pleaded that he could not breathe. This is just…

Meeting a Need During COVID-19

When COVID-19 began to spread rapidly in the U.S., health professionals and first responders would soon encounter a shortage of face masks nationwide, including here in Lincoln. Noelle Petersen knew she could help. Back in March, Noelle joined a group on Facebook, the LNK Community COVID Crafters, to sew homemade masks for Bryan Hospital, the first major medical facility in Lincoln to request homemade masks. She received five free mask patterns and began pattern testing for her husband, Jordan, who…