B3 Classes in March

B3 Classes in March will be held in the Rainbow Room at 5:00pm on Wednesday, March 19th and at 10:45am on Sunday, March 22nd.. Come for one, some, or all – no registration necessary. Themes relate to the Exodus in February and to  Jesus’ ministry in March. All children and parents birth through age 3 are welcome; older siblings may join us as well to make it a family activity – talk to Wendy or Pastor Trish for more information.

Lenten Schedule

In celebration of Reformation 500, this year’s midweek Lenten services will focus on the various parts of Luther’s Small Catechism. The Greek word katecho means to sound again or from above, and this type of Christian instruction (“repeat after me”) was already being used in the earliest days of the Christian church.  Luther used various parts of the catechism in his preaching even before the Reformation, and began to write the Small and Large Catechisms in the late 1520s as a response to the “spiritual distress” observed in many parishes. Consider the Catechism as an introduction to Scripture. During Lent, we will be hearing again and learning the 5 essential parts of the Small Catechism: 10 Commandments, Apostle’s Creed, Lord’s Prayer and the sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion. Once again, we will be worshipping using Holden Evening Prayer, and welcoming visiting pastors from our sister churches of Bethlehem, Grace, Epiphany (Eagle Lake) and Redeemer (Good Thunder). Services will be at 5:00 and 6:00pm beginning on Ash Wednesday, March 1.

Sr. High Mission Trip - Summer 2017

This summer, students in grades 9-12 will have the opportunity to take part in a mission trip to Denver, Colorado from July 30 to August 4, 2017. An immersion trip, unlike many mission trips, offers participants an opportunity to learn about issues that contribute to poverty and injustice, to serve those affected and to take what we learn back home to our own community.   Throughout the week we will be visiting different non-profits and hearing stories from both advocates and participants about their lives and their work.  Add in some time for service work as well as time to reflect and to worship together and it will be a trip you’ll be glad you took. Click here to register and please contact Pastor Trish if you have any questions. 

Green Lake Bible Camp Sign Up
Students in grades 7-9 are invited to spend a week at Green Lake Bible Camp from June 11-16. A week at camp is full of discovery and adventure- breathing fresh air, boating/swimming, sitting around the campfire, making friends & being nurtured in faith. 
A $125 non-refundable registration fee includes programming, all meals and lodging. The remainder of the camp cost ($315) will be earned by various fundraisers CTK provides. Click here to register Green Lake Bible Camp. There are many other weeks and program options are available. Please contact Mandy if you have questions if this doesn't work in your summer schedule
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