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Worship Schedule

September-May

Sunday School

8:45AM-10:00AM

Sunday Worship

10:00AM-11:00AM

June-Labor Day

Sunday School

Summer Recess

Sunday Worship

9:00AM-10:00AM

Rev. Laura Yurs, Pastor

An unsupervised nursery is available during worship for young children

This Week at Immanuel

Tuesday

Group Study with St Peter’s UCC at 7p

Wednesday

Chili Supper 4p to 7p

Thursday

Senior Choir 7p

Announcements

WE WELCOME ALL TO WORSHIP WITH US.

Please sign our guest register if you would like to register your visit. Speak with Pastor Laura Yurs or a member of our congregation if you are interested in church membership or knowing more about becoming part of our Immanuel UCC family. Wherever you are on your life’s journey, we welcome you and invite you to be with us again and again! Restrooms are located on the lower level. In accordance with Immanuel UCC’s Safe Sanctuary Guidelines, an unsupervised nursery is available during our worship service for parents and their young children in the Sunday School room at the rear of the church sanctuary. Parents are responsible for the supervision of their children at all times while on the church premises.

Newsletter articles

Newsletter articles if not already turned in, are due ASAP to the church email. Printing of the March/April newsletter will happen on February 25.

International Book Study

On Tuesday, February 12th at 7:00pm we will be gathering here at Immanuel UCC with members of St. Peter’s UCC, Kiel to complete our study of Speaking Christian by Marcus Borg, which we began with our Canadian conversation partners from Ralph Connor Memorial United Church in Canmore, Alberta. For those who are interested, we will be looking at chapter 24 on Tuesday.

Helpers Needed for Lent

Our theme for the Lenten season this year will be meals. Each Wednesday evening during Lent, we will be looking at a different meal story in scripture. It seems only right to meditate on meal stories over an actual meal! As such, we are looking for a couple of volunteers each week to help provide a simple meal (soup & bread, sandwiches & salad, cereal & milk…it’s up to you!) for the evening’s worship service. We will worship and eat at the same time (in the style of the early church). Our services will be downstairs in the fellowship hall around meal tables with prayer, song, and food. There is a sign-up sheet on the back table. Please sign your name if you are willing to bring a little something on a Wednesday evening during Lent. Thank you!

These Days daily devotional booklets

New editions of These Days daily devotional booklets are available on the back tables near both sanctuary entrances for anyone who would like to take one home with them.  Please note there are a limited number of large print booklets in addition to the regular print.

Bulletin Sponsors Needed!

Sponsoring a bulletin is a great way to honor or remember a special person or event, anniversary or birthday. We are also looking for people who are willing to sponsor a bulletin for other Sundays in 2019. The cost is $10/Sunday. Please contact Ed or Kristy Pahl. Thank you!

Daytime Fellowship and Study group

The Daytime Fellowship and Study Group will NOT be meeting this week. We will resume our sessions on Tuesday, February 26th at 9:30a.m. All are welcome!

Wednesday night Small Study Group

The Wednesday Night Small Group will not be meeting this week. When we resume we will be continuing a 6-part DVD study by Andy Stanley called "Breakaway". This DVD study series will illustrate how our core beliefs dictate our decisions, which dictate the outcomes of our lives. Meeting at 6:30 pm at church. Please call Gail Gottsacker 565-2672 with any questions.

Immanuel’s Chili Supper, Wednesday February 20th, from 4-7.

Sign up sheets are on back table for those delicious cakes, and bars, also a sign up sheet for a shift to help. 
Everyone’s help is needed and appreciated, will put proceeds towards black topping project.
Also, asking for any donations to put towards ingredients, this really helps out.
You can give the donation to Julie Arnhoelter-Wolf, thank you.

Germany Trip Meeting

Meeting for all interested in going Germany will meet on Sunday February 10 after worship.  Thank you

Assisted Listening Devices

We have several ssisted listening devices that are available for use during worship. Please see Mike Gottsacker to get one.

Large Print Bulletins

Large Print Bulletins are available for members who are visually impaired. Please see an usher if you would like one.

Northeast Wisconsin Association Web Site

Please check out the Northeast Wisconsin Association United Church of Christ web site for invitations/involvement in the wider life of our area churches. www.neaucc.org What a joy to share life in the Spirit! Also check out the United Church of Christ website for weekly devotions and UCC news.

 

Area Events

Howards Grove Fire Department Brat Fry

Sunday February 24 2019 from 10a to 7p.

 

Upcoming events at Lakeland University

Mon., Feb. 18   7-8:30 p.m.   INTRODUCING ORTHODOX JUDAISM
Featuring Rabbi Wesley Kalmar and Dr. Jessica Kalmar
Laun Center, Rm. 209, Lakeland University, W3718 South Dr., Plymouth
You are invited to join us for an evening of conversation with Rabbi Wesley Kalmar and Dr. Jessica Kalmar about the rich traditions of Orthodox Judaism. The Kalmars will begin with an introductory overview of Orthodox Judaism, and then respond to questions and comments from participants. Rabbi Kalmar serves at Anshe Sfard Kehillat Torah (ASKT), an Orthodox synagogue in Glendale, Wisconsin. Dr. Kalmar is married to Rabbi Kalmar, and is Assistant Professor of Psychology at Lakeland University.
Free; reservations are requested. Please register online by Feb. 10 at www.Lakeland.edu/UlrichCenter or contact Linda Bosman at bosmanlr@lakeland.edu or 920-565-1023 ext. 2151.


Mon., Mar. 4   7-8:15 pm   ETHICS COLLOQUY: THE DOCTRINE OF DISCOVERY AND ITS ONGOING EFFECTS
Featuring Larry Littlegeorge and Rev. Rob McDougall
Laun Center, Rm. 209, Lakeland University, W3718 South Dr., Plymouth
Larry Littlegeorge is a member of the Hochunk Nation, the Warrior Clan.  He was baptized in 1957 at the Hocak (Hochunk) Church (formerly Winnebago), which is part of the WI Conference of the UCC.  He completed the WI Conference Lay Academy in 2016 and is currently a spiritual leader of the Hocak Church. Larry has personally felt the effects of racism that he traces back to historic documents like Papal Bulls laying out the Doctrine of Discovery, and he has done a great deal of study and writing on the topic. Rev. Rob McDougall is Associate Conference Minister with primary responsibility for the Northwest Association of the Conference, of which the Hocak Church is part of. Larry and Rob will provide an overview of the Doctrine of Discovery and explain why the issue is being studied by Conference churches prior to considering a resolution to repudiate the document at the 2019 Annual Meeting.
Free; reservations are requested. Please register online by Feb. 25 at www.Lakeland.edu/UlrichCenter  or contact Linda Bosman at bosmanlr@lakeland.edu or 920-565-1023 ext. 2151.

 

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