Mission at Work

Mission at Work in ECSW

4 Part Care of Creation Curriculum.

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  • Grace Lutheran Church in Wisconsin Rapids Had fun Raising Over $2500 for Malaria  Read their story and see their pictures.  Buzz, the mosquito did a very good job describing the need, the contagious factor, the people in Africa, etc. AND he did it in a very humorous way, as is his personality. Read More
  • First English Appleton Reaches Out to the Homebound Members and the Neighbors outside their Doors! Great Early Risers Tradition – Krumkake Making with Home Deliveries to follow!  Read More
  • Day of Deliverance –  More than 80 people of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Neenah interacted Saturday, November 23, in their first DAY OF DELIVERANCERead More
  • Disciples’ Closet On October 21st I was invited by Marilyn Catlin of Zion Lutheran Church – Appleton, to attend the First Birthday Celebration of Disciples’ Closet. Marilyn is the Director of Disciples’ Closet and is very proud of its success and should be!  So, what is this ministry all about?  Disciples’  Closet  strives to provide NEW clothing to those in need.  Read more: Brochure
    Disciples’ Closet Pictures and Info
  • Hope For All – Esperanza para Todos is a multicultural ministry that is housed within Atonement Lutheran Church. Hope for all worshiping community is a direct reflection of the diverse neighborhood they are located in, creating an environment where all people will feel welcome and comfortable worshiping.  Read more about this diverse community and how Atonement is reaching out with the Good News of Jesus Christ those who live outside their doors.
  • St. Paul Lutheran Church, a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, was founded in 1912 as the first Lutheran church in Neenah to offer services in the English language! It has been conducting services at its present location since 1916. Read about their 100th anniversary and how another Lutheran Church helped in that celebration!  Read More
  • The Fox Valley Islamic Society held its annual Interfaith Gathering on Sunday, September 23. This year’s topic was “Coming Together as People of Faith to Build a More Civil Society.”  Read More
  • Learning About Your Neighbors so that You can Love them as Jesus Commanded
    Officials from Grace Lutheran Church, 1531 Whitrock Ave., invited Devinder Sandhu, associate professor of biology at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, and two members of the Oak Creek Sikh temple, Upinder Singh and Amarjot Singh, to explain the religion to the congregation and community.  Read More
  • Malaria Awareness at First English in WausauWhat was all the buzz about in November at First English in Wausau? It was the sound of a malaria-carrying mosquito that never rests. It may be cold here but in Africa there is no killing frost and no way to protect people from this mosquito except by spraying and the use of specially treated mosquito nets when sleeping. Read More
  • Drive Your Tractor to Church Sunday has become a regular event for New Hope Lutheran Church.  ‘Tractors to Church’  all sizes, shapes and at time more than 50 roll along the rural roads to New Hope Lutheran Church for worship services, pig roasts, fellowship and fun! Visitors come from neighboring communities and share in the festivities sharing their rural roots and their faith.  What a great way to celebrate life and faith with others.  Pastor Poffinbarger stated “ the thing to remember is, we have other things to grow and harvest besides cows and corn and alfalfa and potatoes and beans.  There are people all around us waiting to be invited to come and see and hear the word of the Lord. You know the neat thing about it is, this kind of harvest is always in season.Check out the following Youtube video to see this story in action.  Check out their website at www.faithandnewhope.com to see pictures and read more stories:
  • Atonement Lutheran Church in Green Bay dedicated its “Hope for All” park on July 30 to provide a safe place for families to gather and children to play.  Read More