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How beautiful upon the mountains
are the feet of him who brings good news 

Isaiah 52:7

THANK YOU, REDEEMER FAMILY

I would like to thank all of you for the kindness shown to me after my father's passing. He always enjoyed visiting Redeemer and all the wonderful members.

I feel very blessed to have friends like all of you - my extended family - thank you so much.

In Christ,
Mary Pett

BLANKETING BROWN COUNTY

Redeemer is collecting blankets for Blanketing Brown County. The collection box will be in the entryway of Church until January 31. Jill Kern will deliver the blankets to the firehouse when collection is finished.

More information may be found on the Blanketing Brown County Facebook Page.

Thank you!

NOW ENROLLING TRANSFER STUDENTS AT NEW LUTHERAN HIGH

NEW Lutheran High School is now accepting transfer applications in grades 9, 10 & 11. Limited seats are available in each class for live, face-to-face instruction on our east side campus.

For more information about the outstanding Christian education offered at Lutheran High, please contact Executive Director Chris Nelson at 920-471-5754 or visit their website under the Admissions tab.

NEW LUTHERAN HIGH ANNUAL CITRUS SALE

The annual N.E.W. Lutheran High School citrus sale has begun!

Orders this year must be submitted to the N.E.W. school office at 1311 S. Robinson Avenue. Order forms can be found at this link.

Proceeds from this sale make it possible for N.E.W. Lutheran High School to offer the additional financial support often needed by some families to provide their child or children a Christian education. We are fortunate to have this school so available. Your purchase of this tasty fruit loaded with Vitamin C will not only help students but will help you, too!!!

For more information on how to support Lutheran High through the Citrus Sale, please contact the school office at 920-469-6810.


Orange and grapefruit orders can be submitted until January 21st. Click here for an order form. 

PERRY'S PICKLE PATCH

After a year off from selling any pickled items, the Lord has Blessed me this year (even through the pandemic) with a few pickled items . I have sign up sheets in the Narthex if you are able to make it to church during these unsettled times.

If you are not able to make it in to sign up please give me a call @ 920-660-6560 and leave a message. I will make arrangements to get you what you would like. I have tomato juice, sauerkraut, beets, asparagus, dilly beans, jalapeno peppers, banana peppers and brussel sprouts.

Thank you from Perry Wegener

THE LUTHERAN WITNESS MAGAZINE

The flagship magazine of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS), The Lutheran Witness is a monthly publication that offers synodical news, reports from Lutherans around the world, features, columns, Q&As, a Bible study, and much more. There is no better way to keep up on all the latest LCMS news.

If you would like to join the Redeemer list of subscribers, please call the Church office at 499-1033 or email redeemergreenbay@gmail.com with your name and address.

Cost for 1 year (11 issues) beginning March 2021 is $22.56.

If you would like to renew or stop a subscription, please call or email the office with that info. A sign-up sheet is also available in the Narthex. More information on The Lutheran Witness is available at their website.

TRINITY SCHOOL CAN TAB COLLECTION

Trinity is accepting can tabs to give to the Ronald McDonald house. We have had 2 families that have used Ronald McDonald house. It's a simple thing to do. Just take the tab off your cans, and save them. There is a container on the shelf by the mailboxes to drop them into and Pam Siudak will deliver them to Trinity.

CHRISTIAN COUNSELING SERVICES

If you or a loved one is struggling with mental health or behavioral concerns, the professional counselors at Lutheran Counseling and Family Services of Wisconsin (LCFS) are available to help. As a faith-based Christian agency, each counselor is professionally trained to provide expert care for issues including anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, grief, marital issues, family counseling, substance abuse and much more.

They care deeply about the Christian faith and those they serve, providing counseling with a Christian frame of reference, openly discussing God, the Bible, and understanding the importance of spiritual beliefs in putting daily activities, problems and challenges into perspective.

God dealt with Peter’s ego, with Paul’s depression and with Mary and Martha’s grief. In the same personal way, LCFS offers Christian counsel to each individual with care, compassion and love.

LCFS is currently offering both one-on-one counseling as well as virtual (tele-health) counseling sessions.

Please contact their office at 414-536-8333 or 800-291-4513. More information may be found at their website.

WORSHIP SERVICE PARKING LOT FM BROADCAST

If you are uncomfortable with in-person worship and do not have access to our live stream, come to our parking lot, tune your car radio to 88.3 FM, stay in your car and listen to the service.

DAILY DEVOTIONAL LIVE-STREAM

Join us for Pastor Pett's live streamed Daily Devotional streamed Monday through Thursday at Noon and available on Facebook Live or on our website Live Stream.

Pastor Pett's Daily Devotionals will return after the New Year.