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February 2021

Easter Flowers

Through Sunday, February 28
Help us celebrate Easter by sponsoring a plant to beautify the altar for worship! You are welcome but not obligated to take your plant home after Easter Sunday. Lilies, daffodils, tulips, and hydrangeas are available. Click here to order flowers, or look for an order form in the church narthex.



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Council Project of the Month

Kingdom Prep Lutheran High School
This WELS all-boys school is committed to faith, service, experience, and excellence and strives to prepare young men to develop their God-given gifts to lead in the home, serve the Church, engage in meaningful work, and transform the community. Click here for more information and to donate.

 



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Worship Service Attendance Capacity Increase

As of Ash Wednesday, we have increased the attendance capacity for our worship services. In order to accommodate more worshipers but also continue to maintain a six-foot distance between different family units, we will also be re-configuring the seating pattern in our sanctuary. Click here for more information and details on where to sit. 



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Sunday Morning Bible Study

Beginning Sunday, February 21
Modern debates between advocates of atheistic evolution and divine creation are important for Christians to understand. But the relationship between science and religion is far broader and more interesting than just these particular modern debates. In this Bible study, we will explore some of the ways in which science and religion have interacted throughout history. In particular, we will consider questions such as these: Why was the church so interested in astronomy? What is the difference between astronomy and astrology, or between alchemy and chemistry? Did the Lutheran reformers teach science at Wittenberg? Must everything in nature have a cause? And, if everything has a cause, then what caused God? Please join us in-person or online for this study led by Dr. Kerry Kuehn of Wisconsin Lutheran College. Click here for class materials, and click here to register for in-person attendance.



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Easter Flowers

Through Sunday, February 28
Help us celebrate Easter by sponsoring a plant to beautify the altar for worship! You are welcome but not obligated to take your plant home after Easter Sunday. Lilies, daffodils, tulips, and hydrangeas are available. Click here to order flowers, or look for an order form in the church narthex.



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Midweek Lent Worship

Beginning Wednesday, February 17
Join us for our midweek Lent worship services beginning on Ash Wednesday at 3:30 or 6:45 p.m. As with our weekend worship services, worshipers are asked to click here to register for midweek Lent services (registration will open approximately one week prior to each worship service). Please also note that our Wednesday communion services during Lent will be held at 2:00 and 5:30 p.m.



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Worship Service Attendance Capacity Increase

Beginning on Ash Wednesday (February 17), we will be increasing the attendance capacity for our worship services. In order to accommodate more worshipers but also continue to maintain a six-foot distance between different family units, we will also be re-configuring the seating pattern in our sanctuary. Watch for an e-mail tomorrow morning with more details.



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Sunday Morning Bible Study

Beginning February 21
Modern debates between advocates of atheistic evolution and divine creation are important for Christians to understand. But the relationship between science and religion is far broader and more interesting than just these particular modern debates. In this Bible study, we will explore some of the ways in which science and religion have interacted throughout history. In particular, we will consider questions such as these: Why was the church so interested in astronomy? What is the difference between astronomy and astrology, or between alchemy and chemistry? Did the Lutheran reformers teach science at Wittenberg? Must everything in nature have a cause? And, if everything has a cause, then what caused God? Please join us in-person or online for this study led by Dr. Kerry Kuehn of Wisconsin Lutheran College. Click here for class materials, and click here to register for in-person attendance.



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Council Project of the Month

Kingdom Prep Lutheran High School
This WELS all-boys school is committed to faith, service, experience, and excellence and strives to prepare young men to develop their God-given gifts to lead in the home, serve the Church, engage in meaningful work, and transform the community. Click here to donate.



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