Children's Service
Sunday School

Our Sunday School is meeting online through Zoom on Sunday mornings at 11:00 am.

An online Sunday School registration form is available through the link at the top of this page. You can also contact our church office and request a form be sent to you.

Our current Sunday morning schedule is:

                                                              8:00 am      In-person worship at church                                                                                                                                 9:00 am      Adult Bible study online through Zoom                                                                                                             10:00 am      In-person worship at church                                                                                                                               11:00 am      Sunday School online through Zoom


Devotions from Pastor Diestler!

Good Morning,

I pray you've all been well and had a chance to enjoy the sunshine this week.  

Our visit with God this week is entitled God Never Forgets His Children and is focused on a passage from the Old Testament prophet, Nahum, chapter 1:7, "The Lord is good.  He cares for those who trust in him."  

Timothy and Jenna lived on a farm in North Dakota.  One winter day they went home from school in a snowstorm.  They couldn't see where they were going, and they got lost.  They began to cry for help, but nobody could hear them.

"Nobody knows where we are.  Nobody can help us," cried Jenna.

"Jenna, somebody does know where we are, " said Timothy.  "God knows."

"Let's pray for help," said Jenna.  "Dear Lord Jesus, help us.  Please help us."

Soon the two children heard their dog barking nearby.  They called to Skipper, and he leaped into Timothy's arms.  After some very wet kisses, Skipper led the children back to their house.  When they were safe, Timothy and Jenna told their dad that God had sent Skipper.

In the days when the prophet Nahum lived, God's people were often afraid of their enemies.  But Nahum told them not to be afraid.  He told them to ask God to help them and to depend on him.  He said the Lord cares for those who trust in him.

What are people afraid of today?  Some are afraid of criminals, some are afraid of not having a job, some are sick and afraid they won't get well.  God's words in the Bible remind us that he hasn't forgotten us.  We know that he won't forget us.  We are his children and trust him.  "The Lord is good.  He cares for those who trust in him."  He will hear our prayers and answer them.

Let's Talk:  Why were God's people afraid in the days of Nahum?  What did God tell them?  What are people afraid of today?  What does God tell us?

Let's Pray:  Dear Lord Jesus, we know that you are good and that you love us.  We're sorry that we sometimes become afraid even though we know that we can trust you to always help us.  Please forgive us.  Send your Holy Spirit to strengthen our faith in you.  In your name we pray.  Amen.

May God bless you all today and always!

Pastor D.




Parents and 7th and 8th grade students should have received a letter from Pastor Ehlert. If you haven't received a letter, please contact our church office this week.  Confirmation classes will begin in October.

Confirmation classes for students in grades 7 and 8 and their parents are held on Wednesday evenings from 5:45 - 6:45 PM.

For more information please contact our church office.

Child Care

At this time, our Nursery is closed for the health and safety of our children.

A Child Care room is available for parents with small children during our worship time. The room is adjacent to our worship area, with a glass window partition which looks into our worship area and sound is piped in so you may still hear the service.

Christian Day School

Although Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church does not operate its own Christian Day School, families are welcome to consider enrolling their school-age children (Pre-School through Grade 8) at our St. Paul Lutheran School or St. Mark Lutheran School here in Green Bay. For further details, please call St. Paul Church and School at 435-8468 or 435-9852 or St. Mark School at 494-9113.