Worship – Sunday, March 19, 2023

The Fourth Sunday in Lent – John 9: 1-41 – Jesus restores a blind man’s sight – opening his eyes to the light of faith, that Jesus was the son of Man. May we pray that our eyes are opened to see the face of God in everyone we meet and everyone we pray for.

2023 OFH Lenten Devotions: “Gathered at God’s Table” | Breaking the Chains (OFH Ministry Partner)

Today’s devotion features Nate Shubat reflecting on a worship service of Breaking the Chains Church, which serves the men of the Felmers Chaney and Kenosha Correctional Centers.

Monday Night Ministry – Pre-Valentine’s Day

On February 13th, the Monday Night Ministry gathered to celebrate God’s love!

Kids, youth and adults put their creativity to work on these beautiful greeting cards. We started with some pizza and sweets, and ended with Worship and Communion.

We may have artists in this group!

Socks for Souls

Redeemer’s donations to the “Socks for Souls” program.

Thanks Sheila, for organizing and delivering!

  • Women’s Bible Study Group meets at church the 2nd Monday of the month, noon. Bring your own lunch.
  • The next community lunch at United Methodist Church is Saturday, March 25th. Volunteers arrive 9:30am, lunch participants 11:30am. All are welcome.
  • Wednesday night Adult Bible Study will be on hold until after Easter.
  • 2022 Yearly Offering Statements have been mailed.
  • Wednesday Ecumenical Lenten Prayer Services 7pm, Sharing our Faith with the Next Generation, Focus on the Gospel of John:
    • 3/22 St. Aidan Episcopal (potato bar 5pm) John 6:27-40
    • 3/29 St. Aidan Episcopal (social to follow) John 10:1-8

Redeemer’s Giving Tree

A permanent Giving Tree is located in the Narthex! It’s simple to use and benefits many worthy causes in our community and at Redeemer. Simply remove a tag from the tree, bring in the donation on the tag and place it into the proper bin at the foot of the tree. Many thanks to Matt Nettesheim for constructing this amazing work of art (including LED lighting), to Jenny Nettesheim and Sheila Bauer for managing this project, and to Thrivent for providing a grant to help get it “off the ground”. We look forward to many years of use in service to others.

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