108 West Somo Avenue, Tomahawk, WI, 54487
church office: 715-453-4066 – dhetzel(at)gracetomahawk.org
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As a church, we’re standing by our neighbors who are already affected by hurricanes, and we are ready to assist in additional locations as disaster strikes. Lutheran Disaster Response’s affiliates, companion churches, and international partners are collaborating with community leaders and government officials to respond. To support this response use this link.
To give directly to relief efforts for Hurricane Irma, use this link and select “Hurricane Irma”
Additional Ways to Give
Checks or money orders can be sent to:
Lutheran Disaster Response
P.O. Box 1809
Merrifield, VA 22116-8009
Write “Hurricane Response” on your check memo line.
Give by phone at 800-638-3522 or online.
Grace Lutheran is seeking a part-time person, approximately 10 – 12 hours per week, to work in the church office on Tuesdays, and Fridays. (Current Support Secretary Sarah Mann has accepted a full-time position at the Tomahawk Elementary School.) You can pick up a job description and application in the Gathering Area at Grace or click on this attachment. Employment Application Grace Lutheran
Coming August 26 & 27!
Grace Boutique Sale
Grace Lutheran—108 W. Somo Ave.—Tomahawk WI
There will be a wide and varied selection of handbags, jewelry and scarves! We are so excited for this event! Saturday, August 25, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon Sunday, August 26, 8:00 am to 10:00 am
To learn more about the sale click on the video ” Grace Boutique” in power point.
To start the video click on “Slide show” “from beginning”. It will start automatically.
In the meantime… please continue to bring in your clean, gently used purses, jewelry, and scarves. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun.
(You do not have to be a member of Grace.)
Click on this scene to follow their trip.
Five 9th graders and nine parents/adults from Grace Lutheran Church are heading into the wilderness of the Big Horn Mountains on July 19 and heading home on July 26th. You can follow their adventure by clicking on this picture of the Big Horn.
To view the video please click on the ELCA icon.
Why are we called to be involved in advocacy?
Hear ELCA staff in the Washington, D.C., Advocacy office and community leaders describe this important ministry and how you can get involved. The ELCA Office of Advocacy has released a short video that explains our role, and that of the greater church, in advocacy. Plus, it features Bishop Mansholt in a cameo appearance! Feel free to watch, share, and lift up in your congregations.
…June 20 is World Refugee Day, the date established by the United Nations in 2000. As Christians we are motivated by the compassion of Christ to do our part as global citizens to welcome refugees. As Lutherans we have a long history in the welcoming and resettlement of refugees and decades of experience on the national and local level. We are grateful that Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service is one of nine national organizations that resettle refugees on behalf of the United States government.
To read more of our bishop’s message on refugees please click on this PDF message.
Bishop’s June Message
Please click on this image
to learn more about the
2017 Summer Study of Matthew.