Skip Navigation Links
Home
Worship
Life Together
Faith in Action
Who We Are
Contact & Location
Newsletter
Links
Evangelical Lutheran
Church in America
God's work. Our hands.

East Koshkonong
Lutheran Church, ELCA

Worship:

Sundays at 9:00 a.m.



454 East Church Road
Cambridge, WI 53523
608-423-3017
EKLC@bminet.com

EKLC on Facebook

Map & Directions
Click Here








© 2009 East Koshkonong Lutheran Church
Website Designed & Maintained by
Christine Anderson
www.New-Expressions.net   

 

Life Together
You will find many opportunities for involvement in our community of faith.

 

Food, Fellowship and Fun
March 6th at 11:30am
All are welcome to come for lunch and stay to do crafts or play Euchre. Sign up in the Narthex and feel free to bring your friends.

Lenten Service Times
Wednesdays March 1- April 5; Noon & 7:00 pm
Starting on Ash Wednesday, March 1st, there will be two Lenten Services on Wednesdays. One at 12 Noon and one at 7:00 p.m. Beginning March 8, join us for potluck suppers at 6:00 pm.
Click to download the Lent 2017 Worship Flyer

Lent Survey Thank You
Thank you to those who filled out the survey regarding Lent. The decision has been made to hold a potluck supper each Wednesday starting March 8th. This will take place at 6:00 p.m. followed by the 7:00 p.m. worship.

40 Days of Giving
40 Days of Giving will be sponsored by the Worship Committee. We will once again collect monetary gifts and food for our five food pantries EKLC sponsors.

Support Yana Rawinski’s Mission Trip!
Yana is going to New York City this spring with Marquette University Lutheran Campus Ministry. She is very active in this ministry. The mission work will be addressing New York City Food Desert and hunger issues. Your support is greatly appreciated. Envelopes to financially support this mission are on the table in the narthex.

Thank You Students!

Sunday School & Confirmation youth shared the Gospel in a beautiful Christmas Program on Epiphany Sunday! Students sing in worship again February 5.
Christmas Program 2016
Adult Bible Study: Mornings
Tuesdays at 10:00 am
Beginning with 1 & 2 Corinthians. Sign up in the church narthex. Did you miss a session? You are welcome to attend at anytime. Please join us!

Adult Bible Study: Evenings
Tuesdays at 6:30 pm
Adult Bible Study
Unlocking the Mysteries of Genesis begins Tuesday, October 11th at 6:30 pm in the choir room. Contact Dave or Sue Repyak to sign up and receive a study guide.

Help Needed to  Record Worship
Did you know each worship service is recorded and sent to our homebound members and posted on the web site? This is an important ministry, and we need help! Many hands make light work. If you are interested and gifted in using recording technology, please talk to Karen Hayes or Pastor Brenda.

Sign Up for Pastor Brenda to Visit You! Would you like Pastor Brenda to visit you at home or at work? Signup on the clipboard in the Narthex. She will contact you to arrange a visit. Thank you!

Cambridge Food Pantry

Click here for Food Pantry information.
Current needs:  4 pack of fruit cups, ketchup, cereal, strawberry pop tarts, Ramen Noodles, pancake mix and syrup, diapers sizes 2, 3,4 5 & 6, paper towels, Kleenex, shampoo and conditioner, adult women’s large disposable underwear, maxi super tampons and pads.

Good Samaritan Fund
As we enjoy all the blessings that God has granted to us there are still those in our communities who suffer with financial struggles. Click here to learn how you can give or receive help.

Cambridge Area Resource Team
Cambridge Area Resource Team (CART) provides confidential assistance bringing together resources for our neighbors (Individuals/Families/Elderly/ Homeless) in our local community to help meet their basic human needs. Click here for more information.


Cambridge Community Cafe: Free Meal
First Thursday of every month, 5:30-6:30 pm, Amundson Center, 200 Spring St., Cambridge Fostering Friendship, Family and Fellowship within our Community. Everyone is welcome.
March 2: Next Cambridge Community Café!

Comment Cards
Comment cards are available in the pews inviting your comments – good or bad (e.g. new idea; suggestions; things you like/don’t like; items that need to be fixed, etc.) All comments will be reviewed by the Council.


This Week at EKLC:
Sunday, February 19, 2017
  9:00 am Worship
10:15 am Coffee hour
10:15 am Sunday School/Confirmation
10:30am Mutual Ministry Committee Meeting

Tuesday, February 21, 2017
  8:30 am Staff Meeting
  9:30 am Prayers for Our People
11:00 am-2:00 pm Pastor’s Office Hours

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
10:00 am Pastor Meeting at Grace Lutheran
  6:00 pm Confirmation

Thursday, February 23, 2017
9:00 am Pastor Text Study
  9:00 am Newsletter Assembly

Sunday, February 26, 2017
  9:00 am Worship
10:15 am Coffee Hour
10:15 am Sunday School/Confirmation
10:15 am Worship Committee Meeting

Newsletter:
Includes Calendar & Worship Helpers Click here

Cancellation Information
In case of severe weather, contact the church office at 423-3017; or check this web site.

Church Council Minutes: Click here.

Prayer Chain
If you would like to receive prayer requests from the EKLC Prayer Chain by email (or phone) please contact the church office, 608-423-3017. Together in Prayer.

Like Us on Facebook!"Like" EKLC on Facebook!
Will you "like" the EKLC Facebook page?! Just Click Here. then click “LIKE” just under the ALTAR picture.

Ash Wednesday: March 1
We begin our Lenten observance with Ash Wednesday worship, including imposition of ashes and Holy Communion. The service begins at 7:00pm on March 1. All are invited to attend this important service of repentance and new life in Christ.

EKLC: Skaalen Church of the month in January 2017
Welcome! Join us at Skaalen for a visit, a cup of coffee, or an activity. Bring your children and your grandchildren. Your presence here brings a sense of the “corporate family.” WELCOME! During the month of January, would you be willing to help with any of the following?  We ask the Church of the Month to provide home-baked treats and a setup/serving crew of 3-4. Assist with serving Ice Cream on Thursday, January 19, at 1:30pm. Assist some of us with our bingo cards on Wednesday afternoons at 1:30pm, in the Main Dining Room. Assist us with our Sunday morning worship service (transporting to and from the chapel, special music, and ushering) 9:45am –11:15am. Service begins at 10:30am. Please call Wilma Furseth at 205-6274 with your willingness to assist with any of these volunteer opportunities.

The Upper Church Anniversary: 2017
old churchAs we prepare to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Upper Church we are planning to have a commemorative service later this summer. We hope to expand our regular worship service with a bit of history, some special music, all to be followed by a reception. The community will be invited to join us on what we hope will be a day of great fellowship. Of course, this type of event will require many willing hands. If you would consider helping, please contact Bonnie Ehrke, Marilyn Gunderson or the church office.

East Koshkonong Lutheran Church Cemetery Perpetual Care
We are blessed with dedicated cemetery board members as well as a hardworking grounds keeper. However, there is more that is needed to keep our historic cemetery in good condition. The care of our cemetery is a ministry that needs continuous financial assistance. Please consider making a special donation to help in the care of the Church Cemetery property. Donations should be labeled "EKLC Cemetery Perpetual Care". They can be put in with your Sunday Offering or mailed to the church office at East Koshkonong Lutheran Church, Attn: Cemetery, 454 East Church Rd, Cambridge, WI 53523

LWR: Where Donations Went
Dear Friends at East Koshkonong Lutheran Church,
Greetings from Lutheran World Relief! We’re so thankful for your partnership, and for your energy and enthusiasm for this ministry. You may already have spotted in your online Tracker record that your Mission Quilts went to Georgia. Your donations departed our warehouse on July 13, 2016. Personal Care Kits, School Kits, Baby Care Kits, and Mission Quilts will be distributed to an estimated 25,000 people. Read the whole story on page 9 of the November newsletter: click here.