June 20, 2018

 

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Join us Sunday:

Worship Service 9:30-11:15* AM

Youth Sunday School after service*

Adult Bible Study after service*

*Approximately 11:15 AM

 

Upcoming Events

 

Lindsey Heights
STEM Summer Camp

June 18-22 & June 25-29
1350 W North Avenue, Room 309

Game Design, Robotics, Robo Battles and more for Grades 3-5!

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NARCAN Presentation

Thursday, June 21 ~ 7 p.m.
at Cross Lutheran Church

Learn how NARCAN can save lives. Ken Ginlack, Emergency Department Case Manager from Ascension, Kevin Sick, from Aids Resource Center of Wisconsin, and Marquette Police Officer Paul Zienetek will discuss how NARCAN, when properly used, can bring people back from an overdose. Persons whose lives were saved by NARCAN will share their experiences. A limited number of NARCAN kits will be given out to those in attendance.

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Vacation Bible School

July 9-13

Are you able to help in the kitchen, lead a group, or offer your gifts in som way? If so, let Vicar Gina know!  >>

 

News & More

The Mural is Underway!

See how it's coming along >>


Read our June Newsletter

Engaging in the missions of Cross, a tribute to The Rev. Dr. James H. Cone, getting out in to the garden, community updates and more! >>

 

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Wyatt Meyer,
Food Justice Organizer

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After a four-year degree in biology, I have found how much I enjoy humanities and non-science work as a complement to my education. I have always had a passion for service work (a factor in my decision to attend Marquette University), and my faith is something I want to continue to grow in and apply. My efforts towards a position that combines sustainability and faith and justice is something that I can really get behind and I am deeply motivated by a desire to be better people for our planet (both in the environmental sense and the human-relation sense). Before going off into an environmental/ecology-related line of work, I wanted to take this heavily changing time of my life to keep faith as a very intentional part of who I am and what I do. This position allows me to contribute, and to become a more well-rounded person in the future. Through it, I hope to become a better version of myself.

 

Email: foodjustice.crosslutheranmke@gmail.com