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In-Person Worship Every Sunday at 9AM
Worship services are live streamed or recorded and posted later.
Everyone is invited to participate in worship. if you are still uncomfortable attending worship  in-person, see our Worship videos page to watch our streamed worship services.

Lenten Season – “In View of God’s Mercy”

Our Lenten season begins with the Ash Wednesday Service.
Lenten Midweek worship at 7PM each Wednesday through Lent
Lenten Midweek Theme: “In View of God’s Mercy.” We explore and focus our eyes on faith and the meaning behind God’s mercy made manifest to us in Christ. Each week we focus on God’s mercy shown to us in Ashes (3/1 – rescheduled from 2/22), Suffering (3/8), Betrayal (3/15), Relationships (3/22), and Service (3/29) at our 7 p.m. worship service.  For more information see our Lenten Season 2023 page.

Mission Trip for current 8th-12th Graders – July 10-15

Take a Mission Trip to Denver, CO with other youth and congregations across the Nebraska Synod. To find out more details and to register see the NE Synod Journey to Denver page, the youth board in the Narthex or talk to Pastor Becky. The total cost is $525, if registered BEFORE Feb. 1st and $550 after that. You must register before Feb. 22nd.

“Loads of Love” Laundry and Paper Goods Ministry

February was Diaper month. Any brand of diapers (sizes 4 & 5 especially) were requested.
March is Paper Towel month. Please bring any brand of paper towels any time in March.
The Loads of Love donation box is in the narthex.
Or donate to Loads of Love and we’ll purchase some for you. Just designate Loads of Love in the memo line of your check or select Loads of Love in the mobile giving app. Financial gifts in support of the Loads of Love  mission program are always appreciated. Thank you to all who generously give items or financial support of this much needed ministry!
Our next Loads of Love distribution event will be April 1. See our Loads of Love page for more information and to volunteer. 
Thank you to over 20 volunteers who came to help distribute the Loads of Love items to the participants a cold November 5th morning! We provided items to 205 families which represented 976 individuals. Unfortunately the need continues to grow in our community and we had to turn away between 50-60 families. Facebook, family and friends continue to be the most common way families are hearing about Loads of Love. 


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