Our Redeemer's is part of the Debs-Puposky Parish. We share a pastor with our sister-congregation, Trinity Lutheran in Debs. On September 1st of each year, the two churches switch worship times. This year, Our Redeemer's is worshiping at 10:30am and Trinity is worshiping at 9:00am. Please join us!
On Saturday, June 20, members of the Debs-Puposky Parish volunteered as ELCA LUTHERANS at a refreshment stop during the Loop The Lake Festival bike event. Chris and Karen Kraeplin volunteered from Our Redeemer's, as well as Pastor Mike and Mary Naylor, and three members from Trinity Lutheran.
Volunteer organizer, Linda Eikman described the mission of this activity:
is just the beginning of how Invitation to Joy wants to create
opportunities for all of us to be out in our communities showing that we
genuinely care about our fellow neighbors and want to connect with
All photos are property of Linda Eikman and shared with permission.
Council has set the date for our Annual Ice Cream Social and Craft Sale:
Sunday, August 23rd
Volunteers are needed to help make ice cream the Saturday before the event. Volunteers are also needed on Sunday to help set up the tables and chairs, serve the food, help with the craft sale, and clean up the church and grounds after the event.
Each active family in our congregation is asked to provide three pies for this event.
Members are also encouraged to donate their crafts, artwork, and selected items for our raffle, craft sale, and silent auction.
Please contact Sabrina at 556-0862 or Pastor Mike if you have any questions about the event.
In May we will be instituting an
additional service at Our Redeemer’s on the fourth Sunday, beginning May 24th,
after the regular Worship Service.
will be offering the Order for Healing.
“The Order for Healing" is an expression in worship of the church’s
ministry of healing, where all who sense the need for God’s healing in any
aspect of their lives may join in prayer for others and themselves.
In its ministry of healing, the church does
not replace the gifts of God that come through the scientific community nor
does God promise a cure.
church offers and celebrates gifts such as these:
"God’s presence with strength
and comfort in time of suffering, God’s promise of wholeness and peace, and
God’s love embodied in the community of faith.” [ELW pg. 276]
All are invited to participate in this brief