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Sunday, October 13, 2019

Seventeenth Sunday After Pentecost: Worship at 8:00 & 10:30 am


The Gospel for this Sunday:

Luke 17:11-19

Click here to read.


It’s a miracle! Multiple miracles! The waters of holy baptism have healed us. The body and blood of Jesus in holy communion have made us clean. We have died with Christ and been raised with him. For all this we have returned to offer thanks. From this place we are sent on our way rejoicing to share the good news.


Book of Faith Bible Study “The Book of Luke”

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Jesus’ Words, Actions & What They Say to Us

Thursdays, October 10, 17; 1:00 & 7:00 pm.
The same session is offered from 1:00 to 2:30 pm and again from 7:00 to 8:30 pm. Coffee, tea and a variety of treats will be available. Choose the time that fits your schedule best! Sign up now on the bulletin board and join us for a great study and conversation about the Gospel of Luke. We’re looking forward to seeing you there!

Learn More About LELC

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October 13; 9:30 am

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This opportunity is for Anyone Who Would Like to Learn More About LELC, Interested in Membership or Just Wanting a Refresher!
We are excited to announce this new class for anyone interested in learning more about Lake Edge Lutheran Church. All who would like to share in this learning experience are welcome. If you are new to LELC, we look forward to getting to know you! If you are not new to LELC we encourage you to join us in this fresh exploration of who we are at LELC! Those who would like to become members of LELC will be received during a worship service on October 20.

Journey Through the Wilderness of Grief

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Wednesday, Through December 4; 3:30 pm

I’ve had the opportunity to lead several grief support groups in the last several years, and I have been asked to facilitate a similar group ministry here at Lake Edge. My years of working as a nurse and as a pastor have helped me to develop an understanding of the power that grief has on us. If we don’t do the work of grief, if we don’t walk through the grief rather than around it, we deprive ourselves of having a full and loving life. Unresolved grief has a way of sneaking up on us and causing havoc in our lives. If someone significant in your life died, and you think you are still grieving, this is the place for you.
Our first session will be Wednesday, October 9th, beginning at 3:30 PM. The group will meet for 7 sessions, ending on December 4th. Please call the church office if you want to sign up. Pastor Martha Butzier

Open Forum: LELC Rental Property

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October 27 at 11:45 am; October 30 at 7:00 pm

Attention LELC Members! There will be an open forum at church on Sunday, October 27th, following the second service. If you are unable to attend the Sunday open forum, another one will be held on Wednesday, October 30th, at 7:00 p.m. Both meetings will be held in the sanctuary. The purpose of the open forum is to hear your ideas regarding the rental property currently owned by LELC. This is an important first step concerning the future of your church. See you then!

Fall Bike Ride This Saturday


October 19

Join us for a fall bike loop around Lake Monona. Meet at church parking lot at 10:00 a.m. On the way back, as we get near the Monona Bait and Ice Cream Shop, we will stop at Elaine Meier’s house, one of our riders, for brunch. Following that you can head straight home or back to church if your car is there. No need to bring anything for the brunch. We’ll keep it simple. In case of rain, the event will be cancelled. Hope you can make this leisurely ride around the lake! Please sign up on the sheet posted on the bulletin board so we have an idea who is coming. Questions about the event, contact Deb Jenson at 920-296-1688,, or Elaine Meier, 608-628-9748,

The Time & Talent Survey


Thank you to the 92 people who have returned Time and Talent survey forms so far! We look forward to receiving forms from everyone else. Forms are available in the pamphlet rack by the “Jumbotron” and at Thoughtfully complete and return forms to the church office. Click here for online forms.

Fall Yard Clean-Up

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October 26; 9:00 am

Come one and all to the fall yard cleanup! Bring your rakes and join in raking the leaves and cleaning up the church yard. Do what you can, all work is appreciated. The rain date will be Sunday, November 3.

Fall Spooktacular Event!

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Saturday, October 26

4:00 pm Decorate Cars; 5:00 pm Trunk or Treating; 6:00 pm Games/Food

Candy Donations: We are asking for candy donations for Trunk or Treat! Please drop off Halloween candy in the Monster Box labeled FEED ME by October 20. Candy must be individually wrapped in unopened bags. For questions, please contact Nancy Pike 608-332-4370.
Trunk or Treat Decoration Cars Needed
The event provides a safe environment for Trunk or Treating. We need volunteers to decorate cars in the church lot and hand out candies beginning at 4:00 pm.
We need a lot of volunteers to make this event safe for our children. Age does not matter. If you can donate your time to volunteer for this event, please sign-up on the bulletin board. We appreciate if you can only volunteer for 1 hour!


See you at church!

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