On behalf of the Conference Planning Committee, we would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the 2018 Fall Pastors Conference: Hope and Healing: Pastoral Care in the Face of Abuse. Scheduled for October 8-10th. The venue for this year’s event will be the Holiday Inn in Fond Du Lac. Please make reservations by calling #920-923-1440. Be sure to mention the “SWD Pastor’s Conference” when making the reservation to get the reduced rate of $95.00. Rooms must be reserved by September 10th, 2018.
Our conference speakers for this year will be Sandra Ostapowich, Dr. Stephen Saunders, and Rev. Larry Vogel from the LCMS Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Task Force. Their sessions will focus on helping pastors understand the prevalence of abuse in our congregations while identifying warning signs and symptoms of abuse. This will all be framed in the context of pastoral care while also addressing legal liabilities, confidentiality and other practical tools for clergy. Each presenter will approach the subject from a different perspective with their own unique experiences to help equip us in this very challenging area. The conference fee is $120.00.
In addition, there will also be a women’s event for clergy wives. Please encourage your spouse to attend!
Experience the scenic beauty of this 100 target course nestled against the Horicon Marsh State Wildlife area. An unpredictable delivery at each station makes some shots easy and some more difficult – appealing to all skill levels.
Enjoy the fun of the flurry shoot, with a team of 4 shooters shooting repeatedly, as fast as they can load, as birds are released in rapid succession.
Gather a team and enjoy a fun day!
A One-day South Wisconsin District Pre-Lent Retreat
The 2019 Concordia Publishing House Lenten Series, “Behold the Man!,” will be held at Pilgrim Lutheran Church, 462 Meadowbrook Drive, in West Bend, Wisconsin on Monday, January 7, 2019. Pastor Jeffrey Hemmer, author of the book, “ManUp!: The Quest for Masculinity,” will explore the listed theme. Stay tuned for more information, and put the date on your calendar.
(Contact retreat coordinator Rev. Christopher Seifferlein, email@example.com (920-918-7200) for more information.)
Saturday, October 13, 2018
8:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.m.
The Loading site will take place at:
12th Street and Mt. Vernon
If you have any questions, please contact Dennis Walling at 262.514.0113 or 262.389.8225. For details see www.lwr.org or LWR booklet “Be Involved”. Hope to see you there!
Immanuel Lutheran School & Child Care Mayville is having its 6th annual 5K Run/Walk & Silent Auction & 1K Kids Fun Run (which is new this year) on Saturday Oct. 13th. The doors open at 8:30 a.m., the 5K Run/Walk & 1K Kids Fun Run begin at 9 a.m. The Silent Auction goes until 12 p.m. We have over 100 items that are donated from all over Wisconsin with 100% of the profits directly benefiting our School & Child Care. For information on how to sign up for our 5K Run/Walk & 1K Kids Fun Run, all the dates for the Silent Auction, to donate or if you have any questions visit ImmanuelMayville.com or email Jason at Schneider2492@gmail.com.
Pastor Doug Schroeder from Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Greendale will be leading a trip to the Holy Land on October 9 -18, 2018.
For complete information, please click on this link: Holy Land Trip 2018.
After a successful tour of Germany in 2016, Mt. Zion Lutheran Church of Greenfield, WI has organized a trip in September 2018 to take in the riches of Italy’s Christian art and history and its many other wonders. Italy’s historic and cultural heritage is so rich and so vast that very few countries in Europe can match its treasure. Our journey has been custom designed to highlight some of the most important sites for Christians and also to savor some of the country’s most delightful and beautiful places. The tour begins with several days in Rome, focusing on important Christian sites, including a morning devoted to Luther’s stay there in 1510. The tour continues to such sites as Assisi, Pisa, Florence, Siena, Ravenna, Venice, and Tuscany, the cradle of the Renaissance. September is an ideal time to visit this region. For more information, go to Mt. Zion’s website, and be sure to click the links below to view the brochure with all the details of this once in a lifetime trip. We hope you will join us!