Antigo Community Garden
God provides the sun, water, and soil. You provide the seeds and the will to plant and till the soil. Together a bountiful harvest is produced.
- The Antigo Community Garden is now accepting registrations for new gardeners.
- The 12×20 plots are available for a suggested donation of $20.00.
- Please register by May 10th.
- Contact person Barb McIlquham (715)219-3436 email@example.com
Small Group Bible Study
We are going to build on our Lenten reading of the book of Mark with a more in depth discussion on the Parables of Mark. We will meet at the church on Tuesdays at 6:30 pm starting April 13th and for the next 2-3 weeks after. We will maintain our social distancing protocols and wearing masks.
There will not be a study “book” and the only advanced readings will be the parables. These will be led by Randy Myers and Pastor Deb. Stay tuned for the exact list of parables and sign up sheet in the narthex.
In Person Worship
We are back to worshipping in person, with appropriate safeguards in place. We do require masks and social distancing. But it is great to see our brother and sisters in Christ face to face. We hope you will give it a try when you are feeling comfortable enough to do so.
We will be continuing our online service as well. We record it Live on Sunday morning, but you can view it any time during the week on our Facebook page.
Worshipping God is an important way to show our love to God and to grow in our faith. So we hope everyone will carve time into their schedule for weekly worship, either in person or on-line.
Volunteers Needed to Operate Our Video Camera
Volunteers are needed to operate our video camera for livestreaming our worship service online. We are in need of people willing to learn how to use it. We chose an easy to operate camera, and will give you a lesson on how to operate it. We would like to have a rotating schedule like we do for the power point operators, so we can share the responsibility. If you would be willing to help with this important ministry, please let Pastor Debbie know.
Church Library News
Sugar Creek Gang
We have more books for kids!! The church library has acquired the first three books of the Sugar Creek Gang book series, written by Paul Hutchens. It is a Christian-based fiction adventure series for young readers, grades 4-8. The books are based on the author’s childhood memories of adventures around the fishing hole, swimming hole, the island, and woods of Indiana. This series “chronicles the faith-building adventures of a group of fun-loving, courageous Christian boys…and have been inspiring children to grow in their faith.” Start with book #1 The Swamp Robber. Then continue with #2 The Killer Bear and #3 The Winter Rescue.
Look for them on display in the church library, which is open anytime the building is open. Keep reading!
UpperRoom Devotionals are available for March/April on the table in the parlor for a $.60 donation. Large Print copies are also available. This is a great tool for your daily devotions.