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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.

In Person Worship

Beginning the first Sunday in July, we will be relaxing our mask requirement and following the latest CDC guidelines which says that vaccinated people do not need to wear a mask, unless they want to. People who are not vaccinated should continue to wear a mask in worship for their safety and the safety of others.

We are using the honor system and trust you will do the right thing.

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

Simple Rules for Money

October is Stewardship Month. This is a reminder that God made us and gave us everything we have. God owns everything we have. We are to be good stewards of the blessings we have; time, intelligence, abilities and finances. The Bible is the best book to read and learn about being a good steward, but here are some other reading choices.

Simple Rules for Money, by James A Harnish, 2009, summarizes John Wesley’s ideas on earning, saving and giving in six simple rules. It is an easy book to read in 69 short pages.

The Treasure Principle, by Randy Alcorn, 2001, is another short book to help us “unlock the secret of joyful giving”. He explains the six treasure principles throughout the book and ends with 31 radical questions to ask God about our giving.

Committed to Christ, Bob Crossman, 2012, discusses six steps to a generous life. Each chapter explains the step, and then features a reading from another author. This makes for an interesting read because it includes testimonies and personal examples of stewardship.

Read the Bible, listen to Pastor Deb’s sermons and read one or more of these books to learn more about being generous with your time and talents.