With thanks to God for the opportunity to gather for worship in His house, and with respect for His representatives in our government, we will follow health guidelines to the best of our ability.
Hand sanitizer and facial tissue are available throughout our building and in each pew. Please try to touch as few surfaces as possible.
We have plenty of seating. Please spread out comfortably. If you like to sing out, please don't sit directly behind someone else. You are welcome to sit in the Fellowship Hall.
Our Offering Plate is on a stand in the entryway. We will not pass it through the pews. Ushers will bring it forward for placement on God’s altar at the usual point in the service. If you didn’t have the opportunity to place your offering in the plate before the service, you are welcome to take it to the counters in our Fellowship Hall after the service.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. If you think of any other guidelines, please tell Pastor or a church council member.
Women’s Bible Study meets Monday evenings at 6:30 to discuss Full Accessories of God, an NPH publication written by and for women. A copy is available on the round table at the front of our Fellowship Hall.
Children’s Summer Bible School will be held twice each month this summer on Friday mornings from 9:00 to 10:30. We’ll enjoy a variety of Bible study, music, crafts, and games. All students entering grades K-8 this fall are welcome. Invite your friends! Our dates are June 18 & 25, July 9 & 23, and August 6 & 20.
Our Annual Dedication Anniversary Dinner will be held, God willing, on Sunday, June 27 after our morning worship service. We schedule the event on the closest Sunday to June 25, the date of dedication of our new building in 2017.
Please consider donating a basket for our basket auction. Individuals or families are encouraged to put together a basket of items that interest you: your hobbies, pastimes, interests. Proceeds of the auction, the table offering, and our special offering envelopes will be contributed to our Building Fund. We thank God for this opportunity to enjoy our fellowship in His Son in a building dedicated to His service.
Church Secretary Needed: Trinity, Marshfield is accepting applications for church secretary. This is a paid part-time position that requires basic computer skills. For information please call Al Kloehn at 715-897-3772.
The Marathon County Transportation Program needs volunteer drivers to take elderly, developmentally disabled individuals, or foster children to appointments. If you have free time and would like to help, please call 715-841-5101 for information. Clients in need of transportation are matched to drivers in their area. Drivers are provided with masks and disinfecting kits, plus a reimbursement of 56 cents/mile.
Northland Lutheran High School News:
Debt Reduction: Our goal for 2021 is $1,167,000. We are $7,751 away from one million in total debt reduction. Thank God for the generosity of His people!
Summer Camps are in the works! Watch for flyers, and register your kids for Basketball, Soccer, Softball, STEM, or Volleyball. All camps will be conducted by Northland staff and students, and will feature devotions, drills, skill development, friendly competition, and a T-shirt.
The 27th Annual Wildcat Open golf tournament has been scheduled for August 14 at Pine Valley in Marathon. This year’s tourney will benefit Northland sports and the Engineering programs. Please watch for registration flyers, and sign up your golfing party. Sponsorships are also available. The deadline for all of the above is August 6.
Visit the Northland Pride Pump to earn 2 cents/gallon for NLHS, at the R-Store Cedar Creek BP in Rothschild, next to Culver’s.
Do you have a Thrivent account? Thrivent Financial for Lutherans allows you to designate a recipient for charitable disbursements. Go to Thrivent.com, scroll down to the “Generosity” box and click on “Learn More.” Scroll down to the “Thrivent Choice” box, and click on “More.” Choose “Direct Choice Dollars,” and type Northland Lutheran High School in the search box. For more assistance, contact your local Thrivent representative.
Dime & Dollar Thrift Store is moving from Stevens Point to Wisconsin Rapids! The new location is 1347 8th St. South. Grand Opening will be June 12. Help is needed for the move and to staff the new store. Contact Jan Peronto (715-421-3365, JKP111310@gmail.com) or Debbie Durst (715-457-2663, email@example.com with donations or questions.
Store hours will be Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.; Thursdays 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Some items we especially need right now:
Fiction books (both paperback and hard cover) Jeans for all ages and sizes Furniture (no mattresses or sofa beds) Men’s and children’s summer clothes Home décor Sheet sets DVDs and CDs Antique/vintage items in good condition Tools, hardware items, small appliances
Please note that we cannot accept the following:
Stained/torn clothing Window blinds Children’s car seats/booster seats/highchairs/cribs Computers, printers, and components Encyclopedias Exercise equipment; golf bags and clubs Large appliances Liquid items (make-up, lotions, shampoos, etc.) Mattresses, sofa beds, hide-a-beds Skis–downhill or cross country Suitcases, typewriters, televisions, videotapes, cassette tapes We will take all other items if they are clean and in working order, with no missing or broken parts.
Our wish list for our new store:
• Washer & dryer • Refrigerator • Laptop • Canon printer & ink • Industrial floor mats • Anti-Fatigue mats • Tempered glass for jewelry case • Full-length mirror • Speaker system • Two comfy counter stools • Security cameras • Paint • Misc. supplies • Phone/Answering machine with additional receivers