FYI – Thursday, Feb. 16th
February Special Giving
Boys & Girls Club of Washington County first opened its doors in 1998 in West Bend. Since then, they have grown to include locations in Hartford, Jackson, and Kewaskum. They currently serve over 2,500 members aged 6 to 17 years of age in the Washington County area. Their mission is to enable all young people to realize their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. To achieve their mission they offer character building experiences for the youth of Washington County through the form of social, educational, and recreational experiences. Regardless of background, their Clubs help Washington County youth develop the qualities needed to become responsible leaders and citizens. Please use your February Special Giving envelope and give generously to this important program.
Bowling for Kid’s Sake
Scott Lopas, Don Horen and their Little Brothers are participating in this Big Brothers, Big Sisters Fund Raiser, Bowl for Kid’s Sake, at Pioneer Bowl – Saturday, February 25th at 1:00 p.m. Please contribute towards this worthy cause by donating one amount for the event (preferred), or so much per how many strikes, gutter balls, splits the team gets. Ron Schnorenberg and his Little are also on their team. Many of us know Ron from his involvement in Hartford community activities.
World Day of Prayer
Friday, March 3, 2017 – 12:00 Noon. 2016 Churchwide Assembly Guidebook is a worldwide movement of Christian women of many traditions who come together to observe a common day of prayer each year, and who, in many countries, have a continuing relationship with prayer and service. This year Redeemer has been asked to host World Day of Prayer on Friday, March 3rd at noon. Pat Dobbe and Donna Lee have volunteered to lead. Please watch for more information and please consider participating in World Day of Prayer here at Redeemer.
Sermon Audio Available!!
Click here to listen to some of Pastor Marcia’s sermons. Or click on the “Sermons” button in the sidebar at the right side of this page.
2016 ELCA Churchwide Assembly Guidebook
Pastor Marcia attended the 2016 ELCA Churchwide Assembly in New Orleans, August 8-13. The theme was “Freed & Renewed in Christ – 500 Years of God’s Grace in Action”. The following link will take you to an online copy of the guidebook from the assembly. It is chock-full of useful information! To learn more about what the ECLA stands for, who it stands with, and how we can participate as partners in the national/global organization of believers – click here: 2016 Churchwide Assembly Guidebook
Sunday Adult Forum
The Adult Forum meets between services at 9:15 a.m. in the Fireside Room. We will discuss subjects of interest to the group including items from Bible Study, Lutheran Theology and Faith, Issues in Contemporary Faith and Life. Consider joining us. You don’t have to be there every Sunday so please come when you can.
Community Free Lunch
Served the last Saturday of each month at St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church starting at 11:30 a.m. Come for community fellowship and a good meal. If you are interested in volunteering, please talk to Barb Menden.
Food Pantry Sunday
The third Sunday of each month has been designated as Food Pantry Sunday. Please bring non perishable items and place them in the barrel in the Information Area.