Entries by Jason Xiong

“God’s work. Our hands.” Sunday

“God’s work. Our hands.” Sunday is Sunday, September 8, 2019. This day is an opportunity to celebrate who we are as the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – one church, freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor. Service activities offer an opportunity for us to explore one of our most basic convictions as Lutherans: that all of life in Jesus Christ – every act of service, in every daily calling, in every corner of life – flows freely from a living, daring confidence in God’s grace.

Message Sent on Behalf of Rev. Viviane Thomas-Breitfeld

12 August, 2019 Dear Siblings in Christ, I wish you grace and peace in the name of our Lord and Savior. I write to inform you that I have resigned as your bishop. It has been an honor to have served you. I thank you for the love, the kindness and support shown to me […]

A/V Coordinator Part-time (Janesville)

First Lutheran is seeking an AV Coordinator to operate and oversee the audio and video-recording equipment at First Lutheran Church. The coordinator will schedule and train operators for worship and events. Additional duties relating to the sound equipment will be provided on an as needed basis. This part-time position reports to the Senior Pastor.

ELW’s Wanted by August 20 for Worship at Columbia Correctional Institute

We know that the incarcerated need spiritual care. Listening for God in prison can be challenging, but we know the Holy Spirit is active and is changing lives. One of our chaplains who serves at Columbia Correctional Institute, Rev. Mark Teslik, is asking for donated copies of the ELW for their weekly protestant worship service. Deacon Vicki Hanrahan will be co-leading worship there on Wednesday, August 21. If you are in the area of the synod office and would be able to sacrifice one of your copies of the ELW for this important cause, please do drop it off at the synod office by August 20. Deacon Vicki will hand-deliver them to CCI on August 21. Thank you so much for your prayerful consideration!

Property Manager (Middleton)

St. Luke’s in Middleton is looking for a new Property Manager who has experience with cleaning and maintaining the mechanical features of the church building; this includes the grounds surrounding the building and the cemetery. This involves working with other staff and volunteers, purchasing supplies, problem solving, and supervision of part-time custodial staff. They will also be responsible for room set ups and take downs for both the worshiping community and groups external to the church. Please contact Pastor Martha Butzier at mbutzier@stlukes-elca.org by submitting your resume.

Keyboardist (McFarland)

McFarland Lutheran Church is seeking an organist/pianist to provide music for 3 weekend worship services. This person would also accompany choir rehearsals one evening a week, and accompany choir performances on Sunday morning. The position is approximately 10-12 hours/week. Please contact Pastor Tim Dean at 608-838-3184 or tdean@mcfarlandlutheran.org for more information and to apply. 

Bell Choir Director (Beloit)

Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Beloit, WI is looking for a part-time bell choir director. This individual would conduct weekly bell choir rehearsals from late August to early May and direct the bell choir in worship services once-a-month from September to May. Included is responsibility for working with staff in planning and organizing this ministry in line with the congregation’s mission. To apply or learn more about this position, compensation, and hours, please contact Pastor Tony Dusso at pastortony@oursaviorsbeloitwi.org or 608-362-0716.