Our goal is to make disciples as Jesus commanded. We define discipleship as one who shares the faith, studies God’s Word, actively worships, prays regularly,  invites others to follow Christ alongside us, serves in the Name of Jesus, and engages in healthy fellowship. Please seek me out if you have any ideas, and/or a willingness to serve. Faith Formation Leader: Pastor David


MEN’S BREAKFAST meets at 7:30AM, the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month in the Fellowship Hall. Fellowship and faith stories are shared along with breakfast in the Fellowship Hall. Contact Danny Craft for more information, or just show up, to be part of this active and entertaining group of men.


Study the sermon text with the pastor at 11:30 in the conference room. Bring your lunch. Your insight might show up in Sunday’s sermon!
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Wednesdays (Sept. – May)

Library (Rm 21) at 9:45AM. Please come and don’t forget to invite your friends. All ladies are invited to attend. Free childcare provided. November leader: Rev. Jenn Kindsvatter
Bible Study will meet on Wednesday mornings, from 9:00 – 11:00 during the school year, Sept – May. Facilitated by Crystal Tucker, this group will meet in the Conference Room. Free Childcare. November Leader: Pastor David Bauser


Calling ALL DADS – DRAFT (Dads Refreshing And Fellowshiping Together). Meet at 8:00pm at Gooses’ Acre on the Waterway on the 2nd Thursday of each month. Join us for beer and fellowship!
November 14
December 12


Interested in Adult Sunday School? 9:45 – 10:45, upstairs. Childcare is available in our nursery.
BIBLE, CHRISTIANITY & YOU: Join us in the Library (Rm 21). “Mere Christianity” by C.S. Lewis.
SECOND CLASS: Upstairs, Rm 23. Led by John Fackler, Chuck Kindsvatter and others. Current discussion: “Inspired” by Rachel Held Evans. On haitus until December. 
You do not have to look hard to see how the United States is battling over issues of immigration and refugees. It may seem like an issue that is new to the party but in fact it has been around for thousands of years. We are struggling with many of the same questions that people dealt with in ancient Israel. What do we do when a stranger needs help? How do we protect our family and our neighbors? How do we care for people who are hurting? How do we honor God? These questions, and many others, lie behind the immigration laws, protests, enforcement agencies, and resettlement efforts.


In our current context it can be near impossible to sort out what is true and what is embellished and what is a lie. It can be harder still to sort out how our faith calls us to engage in this issue. This 4-part adult forum series will walk participants through scripture, US law, and more to help us sift through the confusion and prayerfully find a path forward. We hope you will join us starting Sundays in November at 9:45 in the fellowship hall.

November 17:   Immigration/Refugees: A Lutheran Response

November 24:   What does this Mean?: A Round Table Discussion

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