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

Isaiah 52:7

17th Annual Redeemer Camp-out

Our annual camp-out will be at Jellystone Park in Fremont, Wisconsin June 24th-26th.
Worship is fireside at 5pm on Saturday, June 25th.

Even if you are unable to camp, please join us
for the Worship Service.

Sign-ups for camping and/or Worship are in the Narthex.


The next Ruby's Pantry distribution is Monday, May 23, from 4:00 - 6:00 pm.

Volunteers are needed from 2:00 - 7:00 pm for whatever time you are willing to serve.
Alex Wright, our Director of Christian Education, is excited to announce our mission trip this summer will be in Puerto Rico!

This trip is open to ALL congregation members. Our trip is scheduled for June 25 through July 2, 2022. Please leave possibly a day on each end for travel.

Why Puerto Rico?
Puerto Rico has been suffering for the last couple years with hurricane Maria and earthquakes. With the COVID-19 shut down, people were unable or did not want to come in to help rebuild and provide relief. Many people have left Puerto Rico if they are able to get away from the area or to try and find work to send money back to family. This leaves communities lacking in resources and the people to help rebuild.

Where will we be serving?
We will be focusing our service work on two church communities. The first is a church located in Mayaguez, which will also be where our team stays. The second is a church located in Ponce. We will work on building/rebuilding and improving church building spaces for these locations. The pastors at these locations have many families and individuals that are in need but do not have enough workable space to provide relief and care for the people.

Who can attend?
Yes, all congregation members are able and encouraged to serve in Puerto Rico. We will need at least one adult for every four youth that attends. If you are age 14 or older you do not need your parent to attend with you. If you are in catechism but not yet age 14 we would like to have a conversation with you to make sure you are ready to handle the responsibility of this trip. You can attend if you are under 14 but also have one of your parents attending the trip. You do not need a passport to travel to Puerto Rico!

If you have experience or work in plumbing, construction, or electrical, our team could use you for the mission site for specific jobs in these areas. We could also use people who are fluent or know a decent amount of Spanish as that is the dominant language in Puerto Rico.

What does a typical day look like?
We will wake up each morning and eat breakfast together, pack lunches and head to our work site. We will be on our worksite from around 9:00 am until 4:00 pm with a break for lunch. We will have dinner at the home of a missionary or food will be catered in for us. We will then have devotional/worship time and debrief at the end of each day before bed. Our schedule might change depending on the needs of the day and there could be times when we get the opportunity to interact with the community. Sunday we will go to church, and Friday will have a local cultural activity fun day.

What is the cost?
Each person who wants to participate on the mission trip will be required to pay $200. The rest of the money will come out of church funds or will be from fundraisers. The cost break down for each person is: $80 per person per day for food and work supplies, $60 per person for a one time insurance and coordination fee, estimated $1500 for transportation and gas (about $100 per person), and an estimated $400 per person for flights. This comes to an estimated total of $1,120 per person for the whole trip.
*Please note these costs are estimated and are subject to change.*

We are very excited to have this opportunity to serve in Puerto Rico. If you are interested in attending or have any questions please contact DCE Alex at

High School Keweenaw Base Camp Trip

All current 8th - 12th grade students are welcome to join us for our High School camp at KBC! The dates are July 24-29.

In addition to normal camp activities, we will be able to explore the wonderful sights of the UP and participate in a high adventure activity! Join us for a week of fun and fellowship with other high school students while also learning about our wonderful God!

You can find the KBC Facebook page at this link or check out their website.

Contact DCE Alex if interested:


Get to know your church!

Are you new to Redeemer in the last couple years? Are you an established member? Just visiting? Do you just want to get to know Redeemer better?

REDEEMER 101 will take you on a property tour, and help you learn more about the church where you are worshiping.

REDEEMER 101 will also share with you information on the different organizations and activities here. This is a new program we will be doing quarterly.

WHEN: Sunday, June 5
TIME: 10:45
PLACE: Church Narthex

Sign up sheet is in the Narthex, but you can also just show up! This will be no longer than 1 hour.

We are excited to get to know all of you better!


Scrip will next be available on Sunday, May 22 and on Wednesday, May 25 before and after services.

$1000 is being given to Trinity School this month from proceeds created by those of us at Redeemer using Scrip for purchases.

Please JOIN US! Stop in the Bookstore to find out more, if you're not currently participating in this endeavor.


Our Vacation Bible School is August 1-4. If you have interest in helping with crafts or cooking meals please contact DCE Alex -


March Thrivent Choice dollars were directed to Redeemer by the following:

• Naomi Bahrke
• Helen Baldwin
• Andrew DeGrave
• Thomas and Delores Duffek
• David Eichman
• Douglas Laatsch
• Thomas Landgraf
• Kevin Matzke
• Steven Nienow
• Gerald and Joanne Pludeman
• Ronald Waise
• Janelle Walton
• Raymond and Vicky Wozniak

If you have any questions on Thrivent Choice Dollars and designating them, please contact your Thrivent representative.

Thank you for supporting our ministry at Redeemer with your Thrivent Choice dollars!


We would like to thank everyone who helped prepare, sell and purchase Booyah. We had a successful sale. We raised $1589.00 profit.

The money will be used to refresh the church kitchen.

Thank You! - Redeemer Fellowship


If you have used eyeglasses you no longer use, would you please consider donating them to MOST Ministries? A labeled box is located near the mailboxes.

For more information on this ongoing mission of MOST Ministries, visit this link.

If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Altergott.

Thanks so much!


NEW Lutheran High School is looking for an individual to serve as the school Office Manager
beginning July 1, 2022.

This is a full time position with benefits including: health insurance, retirement, disability and tuition benefits for children to attend NEWLSA schools.

For more information, including a job description, please contact Mr. Jim McClellan at 920-469-6810 or via email to