It is our aim to be able to provide for the spiritual well-being of each of our members. In order to do that we provide Services in person and online. One thing we can’t offer online is the Lord’s Supper, yet we know that many feel uncomfortable in a group setting. With that in mind we are now offering a schedule (below) so that individuals or individual families will be able to receive the added comfort of Jesus’ Body and Blood found in, with and under the bread and wine. Please contact the church office 920-499-7405 (and not any individual called worker, since we don’t want to end up double-booking a time slot) between 8 am and Noon Monday – Friday and your name(s) will be matched to the time slot that is available. You will need to sign up every time you would like private communion. Offering private communion in church will continue on a weekly basis until it is no longer needed.
Once you have signed up, please be on time and wear a mask.
Your Beautiful Savior Staff
Private Communion Slots beginning Monday, November 2 or Thursday, November 5
Monday: 3 pm, 3:20 pm, 3:40 pm, 4 pm, 5:30 pm, 6:45 pm
Thursday: 8 am, 8:20 am, 8:40 am, 9 am, 9:20 am, 9:40 am, 10 am, 10:20 am, 10:40 am, 11 am
Saturday Worship Services: 3:30 pm & 5:00 pm Sunday Worship 8 am ● 9 am Adult Bible Study on Zoom ● 10 am Worship ● 11 am Sunday School on Zoom Monday Worship Services: 4:30 pm & 6:00 pm
SUNDAY SCHOOL Our Sunday School is meeting this fall at 11:00 AM using Zoom. We will be making use of lessons prepared by our Synod’s Northwestern Publishing House and available on YouTube. Parents, to register your child or children for this year’s Sunday School go to the Ministries tab and click on Child (on the website) the online registration form is there for you to fill out. If you have any questions, please contact Pastor Diestler or our church office.
You can find weekly updates and information, as well as recordings of current and links to previous worship services and Bible classes, on our church website. (www.beautifulsavior.com ).
God is always there for you
There’s no denying that these weeks and months have taken – and continue to take – their toll on all of us. Phrases like the “new normal” and “CoVid fatigue” can’t fully describe the impact upon our members’ and families’ lives, finances, and mental and emotional well-being. But one thing which not even a pandemic can change is the love and promises of our caring, almighty Lord: “The LORD himself goes before you and will be with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid and do not be discouraged!” (Deuteronomy 31: 8)
Pastor Tristan Paustian (our former Vicar) has written a very timely blog on the current protests and racism in our country. It is available to read here.
Our thanks to the volunteers who picked up and delivered these meals, to Vicar Pflughoeft for coordinating this project, and to our members Jonathan and Missy Martens for putting these meal kits together from their restaurant kitchen at Copper State Brewing Company!