Our congregation is committed to keeping Scripture as
the Word of God central to all aspects of our ministry,
and nurturing disciples through a partnership between
homes and the congregation. Adult learning
opportunities are designed to
help deepen and exemplify these commitments.
Bullying and the Bible
Saturday, November 16
9:00 am to 3:00 pm at EKLC, Lunch Included
God’s word speaks volumes about bullying and the stories are relevant to
cyber-bullying, school yard bullying and neighborhood bullying. Broken down
by 2 age groups, Ages 5-9 and Ages 10-16, in this one-day workshop, kids
will feel a connection to the superheroes of God’s word, and discover ways
their situations apply to today. Sponsored by Family Focus.
here for registration and other information.
Meeting God Again, for the First Time
Some of you might say, “I’ve read the Bible from cover to cover one, two,
three or more times already. Why should I read it through again?” My answer
is this: As time passes we find ourselves with new experiences and maybe
even new and different understandings of life. Each time we read the Bible
it speaks to us anew. Each time we read the Bible something new stands out
to us, probably because of changes in our lives. I can tell you that I have
read the entire Bible more than ten times, and each time I read it God
speaks to me in a new and different way. Each time we read the Bible we meet
God again, as if for the very first time!
Click the link below to download daily
scripture readings. Each month there will be additional daily scripture
readings. If you continue with these readings through December 2013 you will
have read the entire Bible in one year. More importantly, you will find God
speaking to you in ways you may never have dreamed of before. Through this
may you find yourself blessed to be a blessing in our world!
Click here to
download Bible readings.
3rd Thursdays of the Month
Did you know that EKLC’s Men’s Breakfast continues to meet every 3rd
Thursday of the month? Men...join them at the Family Restaurant in Cambridge
for fellowship and study at 8am.
As one tragic event after another engulfs the country, we always see not
only those affected, but their community and even the whole country come
together in and around houses of worship. We as a country come to our God
when we seek answers to why evil exists among us. We come to our spiritual
leaders for words of peace. We seek comfort from the worshiping community.
We stand in awe of the fact that the houses of worship, the ministers of the
faith and God remains available to a culture the often only seeks these
things out at those times. The pondering would be what if the church was not
there, the minister was unavailable and God decided not to listen to his
people. What would we do?
What experiences have helped teach you the faith?
Tell us your story.
Women of the ELCA (WELCA)
As a community of women created in the image of God, called to
discipleship in Jesus Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit, We commit
ourselves to grow in faith, affirm our gifts, support one another in our
callings, engage in ministry and action and promote healing and wholeness in
the church, the society, and the world.
Learn more about WELCA at East Koshkonong Lutheran Church and find some
great women's resources like Café, an online women's magazine.
for news and resources specifically designed for women.