Saturday Traditional Service @ 4:30 pm
Joint Sunday Service @ 9:00 am
The Owls group normally meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 11:30. Our next lunch will be on August 12th - but we will be meeting at 12:30 that day.
We enjoy a light lunch together, share a devotion, and relax with conversation. This group is for any woman who has lost a husband, recently or years ago. It is a time for sharing, fellowship, and support.
Men's Breakfast meets the last Saturday of the month. We won't meet during the summer, but we look forward to meeting again this fall!
Senior Fellowship Lunch meets on the third Friday of the month at 11:30 a.m. All "seniors" are welcome. Our next gathering will be August 21st. Please join us and bring a friend! Contact Jim Daack for more information at (563) 580-0860.
The Women's Bible Study afternoon group meets once a month. Our next gathering is Thursday, July 23rd at 1:30.
Thursday evening Women's Bible Study is currently on a summer hiatus and will resume in the fall.
Download this month's church newsletter from the Bellringer archive page.
Saved by God's mercy and called by the Holy Spirit,
we share the Good News of Christ by reaching out in love.
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Thank you to everyone who has contributed to our Lent noisy offering project for the Dubuque Blessing Bags. This group puts together bags of basic essentials to be given through the Dubuque Rescue Mission to those who are homeless or less fortunate throughout Dubuque.
In addition to the noisy and Sunday School offerings to purchase items to complete bags, we've been collecting actual items throughout Lent to put in the bags.
Here's some of what we collected!
8th Sunday after Pentecost, July 19, 2015
By Pastor DeWayne Teig
An excerpt from the sermon:
I would bet that at any given Saturday or Sunday worship service, if I asked everyone to raise their hand who was feeling some sense of being overwhelmed in some aspect of their lives, that at least seventy-five percent of you would raise your hands.
You don’t have to raise your hands to admit anything, but you can nod if you think I might win that bet. (One person who heard my sermon on Saturday thought it might be 100%.)
I think a part of our problem stems from our inability to find a place where we can “come away for a while” and “rest.” I believe we have lost our ability of figuring out how to rest. And it so often leaves us feeling overwhelmed with life. [Read the entire sermon]
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