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

Isaiah 52:7

2021 Redeemer Vacation Bible School

Our God can make the impossible possible!

He does marvelous things!

A science lab conducts experiments that explain how things are possible. In Jesus’ ministry, He did things that are impossible. His greatest miracle of all was dying on the cross and rising from the dead for our salvation. At God’s Wonder Lab, discover that Jesus does the impossible for us.

Join us Monday, August 2 through Thursday, August 5 for Vacation Bible School!


The next Ruby's Pantry distribution is Monday, August 23 from 4 - 6 pm.

Volunteers are needed from 2 - 7 pm for whatever time you are willing to serve.


Betty's parents were members at Redeemer back in the day. She wanted to let those who would remember Erwin & Ruth Grosshans know that Erwin passed away in Plano, Texas on June 27, 2021 at the age of 105. Ruth passed away March 2, 2020 at the age of 98.

Erwin's obituary may be viewed at this link and Ruth's may be viewed at this link.


Green Bay Trinity Lutheran School is seeking caring and inspiring candidates for the following positions:

• Full-time 3rd grade teacher
• Part-time foreign language teacher

Either candidate should have a bachelor's degree and a valid teaching license is preferred but not required.

Please contact Principal Andrew Strickland at or 612-298-7314 if you are interested in learning more about these positions or interviewing for one of the positions.


Campaign Kickoff Event on August 29th

You are invited to attend a special campaign kickoff event on the campus of NEW Lutheran High School on Sunday, August 29th from 6:00 - 7:15 pm to hear about some exciting developments taking place in the schools of the Northeastern Wisconsin Lutheran School Association (Faith Christian Preschool, Green Bay Trinity Lutheran School and NEWLHS).

Come and enjoy an ice cream sundae, reconnect with friends and learn more about the Christ-centered growth taking place in our schools.

We look forward to seeing you there to discover how God continues to make All Things NEW!


If you ordered photos from Harmann Studios, the pictures should be in the Church library or your Church mailbox.

If something you ordered is not there, please contact Ryan Pett at 920-737-4009 or and he will check on it.

Thank you all for your patience!


Scrip will be available before and after church services, but on a limited basis.

Scrip will be available on the second Sunday and the following Wednesday of each month:

Sunday, August 8 and Wednesday, August 11
Sunday, September 12 and Wednesday, September 15

If you need Scrip at other times, continue to call or stop in by Cathy in the office or text Cindy at 920-562-3164.

We hope to see a few new faces!


The coffee bar has been reopened for after-worship fellowship. There are a few changes in place to ensure safety. Goodies will be individually wrapped and juice will be served in individual containers.

If you would like to help with this act of hospitality and fellowship, please contact Kathy Miller at
(920) 499-3492.


The ADRC is starting our Three-Year Aging Plan. We have created a survey to get the community's thoughts and ideas on how we are doing, what we could do more of and do better, and what future programs and services should look like for the next generation.

We hope to gather as much data as we can from any and all community members. The online survey can be found at this link.

Please let Janelle Walton know if you would like a paper copy of the survey.


Cards are available in the card shop off of the narthex, priced at 50¢ per card. There are Confirmation cards, birthday cards, sympathy cards, anniversary cards, etc…

This service is provided by RWCS.


Did you know that the counselors of Lutheran Counseling and Family Services of Wisconsin are available for virtual counseling sessions?

For those struggling with any mental health issue such as depression, anxiety, trauma, an addiction or relationship issues, professional help is just a phone call away.

Through faith-based Christian counseling, there is an opportunity to model Christian faith and share the promises of the Gospel while utilizing clinical expertise and skill. Speaking with a counselor can help reduce anxiety, monitor depression, control addictive behavior, identify triggers and create solutions to instill hope and faith.

Most insurance plans accept tele-health/virtual counseling as a viable option to conduct therapy. Check with your plan in advance to see if this is covered or the staff at LCFS can assist you.

Call 800-291-4513 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

More information may be found at their website.