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June 17, 2017

Baby/Toy Drive Keturah Mission Circle is holding a baby/toy drive this summer in hopes of refreshing the nursery area in the church basement as well as supporting New Beginnings, a ministry out of Milwaukee sponsored by Christian Life Resources.  The mission of New Beginnings is to help a single mother develop spiritually in God's Word, become a responsible citizen in society, continue her education, achieve self-sufficiency, and be a competent and loving Christian parent....

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June 4, 2017

Orders Taken for Father’s Day Boutonnieres Celebrate the special men in your life on this upcoming Father's Day with boutonnieres handcrafted by the Keturah Mission Circle.  They will be selling these red rose boutonnieres for only $5.00 each.  Please sign up on the sheet posted on the south bulletin board.  All orders should be placed by June 15 and may be picked up before the service on Sunday, June 18 in the church library.  Payment upon ordering is...

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February 26, 2017

The Transfiguration of Our Lord The observance of Transfiguration on the last Sunday before Lent is a uniquely Lutheran contribution to the Christian Church year. It was introduced to this Sunday by Johannes Bugenhagen, who was Martin Luther’s pastor and colleague. This special day commemorates the moment on the Mount of Transfiguration when three of Jesus’ disciples saw him in his divine splendor before he made his final journey to Jerusalem. Join Us for Family Bible...

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December 11, 2016

Midweek Advent Service:  Christ Compared with Old Testament Heroes People like to have heroes. At different stages of life we have superheroes, sports heroes, war heroes. They entertain and inspire us. The Old Testament is full of heroes, men and women who demonstrated bravery, perseverance, and faith. However, by telling us about these heroes the Bible has a greater purpose than entertainment or inspiration.  The Bible uses these heroes to point to Christ.  As we prepare for...

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Saturday October 22, 2016

Minor festivals In addition to the major festivals of the church year, the Christian Church also sets aside individual days to celebrate and commemorate certain saints, angels, or events in the history of the church. We sometimes refer to these days as “minor festivals.” The intent of celebrating a minor festival is to thank God for these gifts to the Church and to follow their example.   St. James of Jerusalem  -  Learn from Jesus’ Brother October...

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Friday, October 7, 2016

As we concentrate on the Creed in worship, we move on to an emphasis on the work of the Holy Spirit. Sunday/Monday Worship  -  The Creed:  A Changeless God in a Changing World  Whenever we speak the words of the Apostles’ Creed, we are announcing our belief in a changeless God. He has not changed since Christians first spoke these words long ago, and he never will. In a changing world, a changeless God provides certainty and stability. The...

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Saturday August 27, 2016

Fall Worship Schedule We will return to the regular Sunday morning worship schedule on Sunday, September 11.  On that day, service times will once again be 8:00 and 10:45am.  Our Monday night service remains at 7:00pm, but will not be held on Labor Day, September 5.  Family Bible Hour also begins on September 11 at 9:15am in the church basement.   Sunday School for Parents This year there will be a new Sunday School class-for parents!  Moms and dads will...

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Saturday July 30, 2016

Summer Bible Study this Wednesday You are familiar with suffering.  So was the Apostle Peter.  In his first letter, he wrote about it, using the word ‘suffering’ 17 times throughout its 5 chapters.  This suffering came as a direct result of people who opposed Christ and his followers.  We, too, face this opposition.  We, too, can use encouragement as we face it.  Join us as we continue with the study of 1 Peter where we learn from the apostle...

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Monday July 11, 2016

  Summer Bible Study this Wednesday You are familiar with suffering.  So was the Apostle Peter.  In his first letter, he wrote about it, using the word ‘suffering’ 17 times throughout its 5 chapters.  This suffering came as a direct result of people who opposed Christ and his followers.  We, too, face this opposition.  We, too, can use encouragement as we face it.  Join us this summer for a study of 1 Peter where we learn from the apostle...

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Saturday June 25, 2016

Summer Bible Study this Wednesday You are familiar with suffering.  So was the Apostle Peter.  In his first letter, he wrote about it, using the word ‘suffering’ 17 times throughout its 5 chapters.  This suffering came as a direct result of people who opposed Christ and his followers.  We, too, face this opposition.  We, too, can use encouragement as we face it.  Join us this summer for a study of 1 Peter where we learn from the apostle “How to...

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