Young Adult and Adult Bible Study
Sunday Morning Study will take place between the services in the lounge / library. Everyone is invited to come as often as they can! Pastor Rich is facilitating the studies. Beginning March 1 the topic will focus on “What Does It Mean to be a part of the Lutheran Church?” The goals of this study are to invite reflection and conversation about what being the church means today and to strengthen the mission and ministry of congregations and the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) by going back to our spiritual roots.
GPS-God, Paper Scissors
Where are you headed on Thursday evenings? Come along with other women and let God "recalculate" your life's direction in a time of Bible study, sharing, prayer and crafts. Bring any portable craft project you're working on; scrap-bookers may design pages around each week's themes. For more information, contact Sandy Solheim (715-573-4292) or Sandy Block (715-359-6348). GPS is held every Thursday at 6:30 pm.
Women's Wednesday Bible Study
Women’s Wednesday Bible Study: Once a month a group of women gather for a Bible Study utilizing the resource from Gather magazine. The study this year is titled “In Good Company: Stories of Biblical Women.” Contact the church with any questions. The group meets at 10:15 am in the lounge.
Supper Fellowship Group
Adult singles and couples are welcome to participate in a "supper fellowship group." Each month, February to May, 2015, you will dine with a different assigned group and will bring something different each month (appetizer, desert, salad or main dish). You will also be the host for one month for a group of 7-8 people. If you would like to participate, then sign up on the poster on the bulletin board under the balcony by January 18. Call Pastor Rich if you have questions.