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A potluck breakfast will be served starting at 9Am until 9:45Am in the basement of the church. Bring a dish to pass and join us.
Easter Service will begin at 10 AM.
No Sunday School this week
Being taken off all med’s this week
Passed away this past week
Registration is now open for Home Health United’s Camp GLOW, scheduled for 10am-3pm on May 10 at Ochsner Park in Baraboo. Camp GLOW – Giving Loved Ones Wings – is a grief support day camp for pre-teens and teens ages 11-18 that have been affected by a loss. Whether it is the loss of a friend, parent, grandparent, sibling or other loved one, kids and teens often experience and express grief in different ways than adults. The Camp is designed to give children a safe place to share their feelings and concerns, with a wide range of activities and enough counselors on-site to give individual attention if needed. Activities include scrapbooking, writing letters to their loved one, and memory boxes handcrafted by manufacturing students at Baraboo High School. The memory boxes can be stained or painted, and are meant to hold items of sentimental value to the kids, remembrances of their loved one. The Camp is being offered at no cost to the participants, with separate adult sessions for their parents or guardians who are also dealing with grief. Snacks and lunch are included. To learn more about Camp GLOW or to register, please call 877-356-4514 or visit HomeHealthUnited.org/Hospice/Camp GLOW.
Will be held April 25th & 26th at the Trinity United Methodist Church. Pastors Dave and Kris Toyne will be the presenters.
The Men’s Group will meet the first Saturday, of every month at 9:00 AM.
Please continue to bring in your plastic containers.
Please join your church family for coffee in the Fellowship Room across from the library on the main floor beginning at 9:00 before Sunday school or before Worship. If you would like to bring snacks you are more than welcome to.
The Easter Lilies on the alter rail are in Memory of Dale Wheeler and Arlin Dalton.