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Sunday, February 17, 2019

Sixth Sunday After Epiphany: Worship at 8:00 & 10:30 am

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The Gospel for this Sunday:

Luke 6:17-26

Click Here to Read.

Touching Jesus

Blessings and curses abound on the sixth Sunday after Epiphany. We would do well to listen closely to whom the “blessed ares” and the “woe tos” are directed and to find our place in the crowd among those who desire to touch Jesus. The risen Christ stands among us in the mystery of the holy supper with an invitation to live in him and the power to heal us all.

Special Congregational Meeting

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Sunday, February 24th at 11:45 am

On the agenda is the Revised 2019 LELC Budget. Copies of the revised budget will be available Wednesday, February 20, 2019 by 5:00 pm.

Council & Congregation Forum

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Sunday, February 17 at 11:45 am

Please come and let us be in conversation with one another.

Adult Education “Briarpatch”

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9:30 am In the Adult Ed Room

February 17: Briarpatch In Madison, over 300 youth are homeless at any one time. Briarpatch is an agency that serves over 3000 of them annually. On January 20th, Tyler Schueffner, program coordinator for Briarpatch’s street outreach program, will join us to talk about the transitional living program (Briarpatch TLP) that provides housing for 18-22 year olds experiencing homelessness or housing instability.
February 24: Racial Justice Coalition- The New MOSES/Wisdom Initiative to cut down on “mass supervision,” or putting people on parole and probation unnecessarily using sometimes draconian rules and arbitrary enforcement to disrupt people’s lives, jobs, families, and homes. Columbia University Justice Lab has just released a report titled “Mass Supervision in Wisconsin.” It deals with things like Revocations, Extended Supervision, Monitoring, etc. It shows that Wisconsin is an outlier — we have more people on Supervision for longer times, more revocations, and more expensive, damaging life disruptions than most states. If you would like to see the report before the session, you can access it here:
org2.salsalabs.com/o/7172/images/Wisconsin%20Community%20Corrections%20Story.%20Full%20Report.pdf

Book Sale

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Many thanks for your generosity at the fundraiser book sale. By popular demand, the books are still in the church library til 10:30 am on this Sunday morning. Come and browse if you are still in need of a special book. All funds help the family campers who will be attending Bible camp this summer.

Join us for Book of Faith Bible Study

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“The Gospel of Luke”

Thursdays, January 17, 2019 —February, 24, 2019; 1:00 to 2:30 pm & 7:00 TO 8:30 pm
Luke brings us the intimate details of Christ’s ministry and word to us for living our life. Join us for the study. Sign up on the bulletin board. Refreshments will be served.

How Best to Help Those in Need: Pastor's Emergency Fund

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On Monday, February 25, at 6:30 pm, Pastor Mae Jean will hold a forum for the Lake Edge Lutheran community to talk about how we can best assist our brothers and sisters in need through the dispersion of Pastors’ Emergency Funds. This will be time to explore past and present practices and our best hopes for the future. While the decision for the specific use of the funds is , by virtue of the name, the pastor’s discretion, the monies come from the people of Lake Edge. So we should talk. If you are able and so inclined, please come join the conversation.

Rides to Worship

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At Lake Edge, we are working with Madison Metro to provide Para-transit service to transport seniors to and from worship on Sundays. This service will be provided by LELC at no cost. Pick up an application for your self, or for someone you know who would benefit from this program. Applications are available under the Jumbotron or click here.The application process includes an in-person needs assessment which we will arrange to have scheduled at Lake Edge Lutheran. Return applications to D'neece Hettrick, Jan Johnson or the church office by as soon as possible.

Help Make Food for Home Bound, Recuperating and Elderly Members

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Help Make Food for Home Bound, Recuperating and Elderly Members. We’ll be doing some cooking on February 26th and March 20th in the church kitchen. Sign up on the church bulletin board to help. Can’t cook? So—Can you chop vegetables? Or stir a pot? Or set a timer? All are welcome. Sit-down jobs are available. Sign up for all-day or just a few hours.

*Another way you can help is to donate some money for ingredients. Just put it in a well-labeled envelope and into the offering plate at worship. We’ll all be “Church Basement Ladies and Gents”!

Lutheran World Relief Personal Care Kits

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We are now collecting items for this year with a goal of 150 Kits. For February, we are focusing on donations of Sturdy Combs. The other items in the kit are: Bath Towel (20” x 40” to 52” x 27” (light weight, dark colors recommended) Nail Clippers; Toothbrush (adult size only); Combs (sturdy); Soap (Bath-size- 4oz to 5oz size - 2 bars per kit). A basket is provided for your donations on the bookcase in the Library hallway. Thanks for your help. Global Outreach.

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See you at church!

 
 
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