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Buy Pizza/Sell Pizza/Make Pizza: Spring 2018 PTF Pizza Fundraiser

Money raised is used for a variety of non-budgeted items and events sponsored by the PTF.  Pizzas cost $5.75-$8, depending on your choice of toppings, with a $2 discount for every 6 pizzas purchased.  We are looking for volunteers to make pizzas as well!

Pizzas are fresh, not frozen, but they freeze perfectly! Continue reading “Buy Pizza/Sell Pizza/Make Pizza: Spring 2018 PTF Pizza Fundraiser”

Lent & Easter Worship 2018

Midweek Worship

Wednesday, February 14 @ 3:30pm Ash Wednesday
Thursday, February 15 @ 7pm Ash Wednesday
Thursday, February 22 @ 3:30pm & 7pm Lent 2
Thursday, March 1 @ 3:30pm & 7pm Lent 3
Thursday, March 8 @ 3:30pm & 7pm Lent 4
Thursday, March 15 @ 3:30pm & 7pm Lent 5
Thursday, March 22 @ 3:30pm & 7pm Lent 6

Holy Week & Easter Worship

Sunday, March 25 @ 8am & 10:30am Palm Sunday
Thursday, March 29 @ 3:30pm & 7pm Maundy Thursday
Friday, March 30 @ 1pm & 7pm Good Friday
Sunday, April 1 @ 7am & 9:30am Easter Sunday

New this week – March 18, 2018

For Lent 6 – Think ahead for next week:   He Makes Us into Priests

Jesus was correct when he proclaimed himself to be the Way, the Truth, and the Life—no one could come to the Father except through him. Unlike the old veil that blocked the way to God and sealed the entrance to God’s presence, Jesus opens the way, inviting sinners to enter God’s presence. “Come to me,” he says, “all you who are weary and burdened” (Mt 11:28). And he promises, “Whoever comes to me I will never drive away” (Jn 6:37). All who come to the Father by faith in Christ—trusting that the sins they committed in thought, word, and deed, and the sins they could not get rid of by themselves are paid for in full—find free access to God.

Campus Work Day Saturday, April 21 beginning at 8:30 am.

Church campus cleanup day – all are invited. Join us for an hour or 2 or 3. There will be a variety of tasks. Most tools and supplies will be on site; but feel free to bring your favorite weeding, raking or yard tool! Or if you prefer cleaning windows, bring your favorite window rags. Hope to see you then.

LWMS Door Offering

The door collection for this month will be for the LWMS spring rally. The monies will be split between the Home Mission project 1st Public Service Assistance and the World Mission project of Asia Lutheran Seminary.


There is a sign-up sheet in the back of church for Wednesday Night Softball League starting May 16.  The men’s league is open to all men of the congregation that are of confirmation age and up.  Cost is $32.00 for the season.  Please sign up by May 1st!


There is a sign-up sheet in the back of church for those who wish to contribute food items to our annual Easter Breakfast. The Breakfast is held between the Worship Services on Easter Sunday.  Please bring your food donations on Saturday, March 31st between 9-10 am or before Easter Sonrise Service.   Also included on the sign-up is a request for help to set up on Saturday at 9:00 am and clean up after the breakfast on Sunday.  Any help you can offer will be much appreciated.

Prayer Circle – March 18, 2018

Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction … (2 Corinthians 1:3-4a).

It’s amazing how much comfort an infant can get from sucking on a pacifier or a thumb. Crying ceases, calm prevails, and, hopefully, sleep is just around the corner.

God knows it isn’t appropriate for us adults to walk around with a pacifier in order to cope with the daily stresses of home, work, and family so He has given us the Comforter: His Holy Spirit. He provides comfort as we grieve and when we are in distress. His ultimate comfort is the enlightening words of the Gospel: we have been reconciled with God through Jesus’ death and resurrection.

Thinking about eternal life with God puts our momentary stresses into perspective! So cling to the Holy Spirit as an infant clings to a pacifier. Remember He is with you wherever you go. When we look to God for comfort, our crying will cease and calm will prevail. Continue reading “Prayer Circle – March 18, 2018”

New this week – March 11, 2018

Call Meeting

There will be a call meeting on  Sunday, March 18, 2018 after the 10:30 am service to place a call for a part time 1st and 2nd grade teacher.

From the Board of Stewardship

Our Savior, Jesus, was obedient to death on a cross in order to take away all our sins. Can you think of a greater blessing? (Likely not!) Let us, with grateful hearts, heed His call to follow Him. “Come, follow Me,” Jesus said, “and I will make you fishers of men” (Mark 1:17).

For Lent 5 – Think ahead for next week:   He Serves at the Great Altar 

For us, Jesus bore the disgrace of the cross. The author of Hebrews urges us to go out to Jesus outside the camp. What he means is that those who bear the name of Christ, as we do, and who profess Christ as the Savior of our souls must also be ready to be despised and rejected by the unbelieving world. Think of the Jews to whom this letter was written. To confess Christ meant to be ostracized from the Jewish community. It meant being put out of the community, just like Jesus was put out of Jerusalem by his own people. So it still is today.


Join us at KML on Friday, April 13, from 5:00-9:00 PM for this year’s Family Music Fest, A Knight to Remember. Monies raised at this event will go toward the improvement of technology within the KML Music Department. This event will feature elementary and high school musical performances, a fish fry, games, auctions, and a dessert bar in addition to showcasing the Lutheran Elementary School Science Fair projects.


Please check the table in back of church for the purple order form for Easter Flowers.  Please place the order form and your payment in the church office mail slot.  The cost is $14.00 per plant.  Deadline to order is Sunday, March 18th.   Plants can be picked up after the second service on Easter Sunday.

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Prayer Circle – March 4, 2018

“I know that my Redeemer lives, and that in the end he will stand upon the earth. And after my skin has been destroyed, yet in my flesh I will see God …” Job 19:25-26

Job was in agony. His strength had left him; all hope of recovery was gone. What was left? His only comfort was the living hope of seeing his Redeemer with his own eyes.

Perhaps Job could see himself, clothed with flesh, listening to the invitation of Christ, “Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world”(Matthew 25:34b).

Nothing helps a Christian through difficult days more than knowing that Jesus lives. Gloom may weigh us down, but glory waits. Job’s faith is the same faith we need when everything seems to fall apart. Can we look beyond our problems? Can we fix our thoughts on the day when we will see the Lord with eyes that see only misery and suffering today? Job looked into the future. We can, too!

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New this week – March 4, 2018

Call Meeting

There will be a call meeting in the fellowship hall on Sunday, March 11, 2018 after the 10:30 am service to place a call for a part time 1st and 2nd grade teacher.

For Lent 4 – Think ahead for next week:   Our Self-Sacrificing High Priest

God requires sacrifice to cover sin.  The whole system, instituted by God in the Old Testament times, proclaimed sin and grace, law and gospel in Israel. The very fact that those sacrifices were endlessly repeated showed that they could not take away sin. We still need to be reminded that our sacrifices can’t take away sin, nor can tears or offerings.  For this reason, God’s Son, Jesus, was born with a body to offer to God. Lambs offered in Israel had to be perfect—Jesus was that totally acceptable sacrifice, unblemished by sin.  “Here I am . . . I have come to do your will.” Examined by God and by Pilate, Jesus was found absolutely innocent—an acceptable sacrifice.

KML Summer Camps

KML will be hosting various academic, fine arts, and sports camps this summer for both youth and adults.  Take advantage of our quality camps!  Please pass the information on to friends and family that would be interested in attending.

New this year – camp registration will be offered online only.  Register and pay in one easy step!  Visit for more details and for the online registration link.  Registration opened March 1.

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