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Seven Saturdays of Service – The Language of Community

“We strive to create a world where all people live free of poverty and discrimination, have access to safe, dignified work, quality education, and health care; where immigrants can cross borders with dignity; and human rights and workers’ rights are respected; where government is truly ‘of the people’, and all families thrive.” ~ The Vision of Voces de la Frontera   The Language of Community Written By Kendra Stea     “Kendra, will you tell us again why your group is here. This time in just short phrases” – you know that moment when you feel totally on the spot...

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All Saints’ Sunday

All Saints’ Sunday will be observed on November 5th. Please submit your prayers for loved ones that have died for inclusion in this service by October 30th. Please email these prayers to the office at...

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Reformation Specifics and Synod Service

Reformation Specifics and Synod Service October 29, 2017 Reformation Sunday – Festival services at 8am and 10am with a feast in fellowship hall to follow. October 31, 2017 Joint Catholic and Lutheran Prayer Service to Commemorate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation Location: Ascension Lutheran Church, 1236 W. Layton Blvd, Milwaukee Time: 7:00 – 8:30...

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Seven Saturdays of Service – Feeding the Hungry

“Just One More seeks to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ by caring for Milwaukee’s poor in spirit, providing regular nutritious meals for the hungry, and offering those who suffer with addictions a faith based recovery program for creating a fulfilling and God-centered life.” – From the Just One More Ministry website FEEDING THE HUNGRY Written by Lynn Connolly It all started from a simple beginning: in October of 2008 the Meal Ministry Outreach at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church in Wauwatosa delivered just one box of bread to a church that was feeding the hungry. How things have...

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Seven Saturdays of Service – Creating Community

Creating Community – UWM Corner House Written By Linda and Tom Wissbeck As the school year starts, the Corner House comes back to life after a quiet summer. We meet new students and reconnect with returning friends. They come with the excitement of new classes and the anxiety of heavy workloads. For many students, the school year is the longest they have been away from home, and they need to find a new support system. The Corner House is such a place! Our community is a safe space for students as they figure out how to be on their...

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