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Bible Information Class

Beginning Sunday, September 27
This course provides a general overview of the Bible, touches upon every major Christian doctrine, and supplies a solid understanding of what we confess and believe as a confessional Lutheran Church. Since it provides the foundation for a deeper relationship with God, we encourage both members and non-members to attend. Click here to register.



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Council Project of the Month

COVID-Related Expenses
Air purifiers have been installed at church and school, and additional Chromebooks are being purchased to support our students in the event of virtual learning. The total cost for these non-budgeted projects is approximately $28,000. Please click here to donate.



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Apocalypse Now - And Then

Beginning September 20
Please join us as we kick off a new Sunday morning Bible study! Plagues, civil unrest, false prophets, natural catastrophes, tension between church and state; these are all contemporary issues that trouble many Christians. They’re also nothing new. But are they signs of the end? Jesus’ prophecies of the end times and the book of Revelation provide reliable insight as to the best of times, the worst of times, and whether the end is near. If you'd like to attend in person, watch for registration information on Monday.



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Virtual Sunday School

As with so many other things in life, Sunday School is going to look different this fall. Although we are unable to offer in-person Sunday School, we are pleased to offer families a virtual option with materials provided by Northwestern Publishing House. Click here for all the details and to order materials at no cost to you.



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Council Project of the Month

COVID-Related Expenses
Air purifiers were installed last week at church and school, and additional Chromebooks are being purchased to support our students in the event of virtual learning. The total cost for these non-budgeted projects is approximately $28,000. Please click here to donate.



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Three Good Things That Will Happen in September

1. We will celebrate Unity Sunday. Things will look different this year - no single service in the gym with choirs and instrumentalists. Even though things look different, we will still celebrate the unity that is ours in Christ

2. We will kick off our fall Bible studies. Sunday morning, Wednesday morning, Thursday morning - no matter what your schedule looks like, we have a study for youClick here for more information on our fall Bible studies, and watch for more information on registering for Sunday morning Bible study (coming soon). 

3. We will also kick off Sunday School. As with so many other things in life, Sunday School is going to look different this year: entirely virtual, with materials provided by Northwestern Publishing House. Click here for all the details and to order materials at no cost to you.



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Two Good Things That Happened in August

1. Our students returned to school. We've been talking about this a lot lately, but we can't express just how thankful we are to have our students back in the classroom. Things are different, and there are definitely challenges, but it is so good to hear kids' voices in the hallways again!

2. Our teens headed to Menomonee Park for a weekend campout. Mission trip was unfortunately cancelled this year, but we were still able to get together for a camping trip and a fun weekend away. Youth events are scheduled for the second Sunday of each monthclick here for more information.



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One Good Thing That You Might Not Know About

1. School sports are still happening! Additional precautions are in place, and some competitions have been scaled back or revamped. But we are so thankful that our students are still able to participate in a variety of fall sports! Watch for pictures and results on our church and school Facebook page



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Voters' Meeting

Sunday, August 30
Mark your calendars for our voters' meeting to approve our annual ministry plan (budget). The meeting will begin shortly after 11:30 a.m. in the main church sanctuary. For more information on the upcoming ministry plan being presented for approval, click here to view the August 16 Open Forum. Questions on the information presented in the Open Forum can be submitted to church leadership by clicking here. All voters and interested parties are encouraged to attend the August 30 voters' meeting.



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Online Bible Study

Sunday, August 30
Please join us virtually this week for our last Bible study of the summer! We welcome back Rev. Phil Henselin from Institutional Ministries for a one-week study on life, death, and the gift of faith. Click here for class materials and video, and keep an eye out in the next few weeks for more information on our fall Bible studies.



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