Join this bunch of guys for breakfast, Bible study & fellowship at 7:00 am on Wednesday mornings at Vasili’s Corner Cafe, Elkhorn. Contact Mike Kasun at 262-909-4341 or email@example.com.
The SLEFC Staff gathers to pray, give updates on our ministry areas, discuss ministry needs, plan special events, discuss needs within the church, and encourage each other.
If you are in 6th-12th grade, come and join the GenerationT Youth Ministry! GenerationT is all about learning how to stand on the truth of God’s Word together…while still having fun and experiencing Christian community. We meet most Wednesday’s from 6:30pm-8:30pm.
Join this group of guys as they build friendships and study the word of God together. This group meets throughout the year – weekly on Thursday evenings at 7 pm at church. For details contact Rick Snodie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-949-6985.
Josiah Stukenberg is our Worship Leader and would love to hear from you at email@example.com if you desire to participate in this area of ministry. Josiah leads the Worship Team comprised of musicians and artists who facilitate our corporate worship. Worship Arts can take on many forms and Josiah is always looking for those whom God is leading to use […]
The Pastoral Search Team will meet weekly on Thursday evenings in the Prayer Room from 7-8:30 pm.
Prayer Gatherings – Join us in the Prayer Room, located near the Welcome Center. We pray for our church, community, personal concerns and missions family. Prayer Gatherings take place at the following times: ~ Sundays at 10 am ~ Fridays at 7 am Other opportunities: Prayer Chain A confidential Prayer Chain is faithful to pray for any items […]
The first Sunday of every month is Family Sunday. Children will be worshiping with their families in “big church”. Pick up the Kids Connection Kids Sermon Notes sheet in the commons area- as you attend church service with your family, use the sermon notes sheet to help you learn. We want you to worship with us […]
On most 3rd Sundays each month we will observe Communion during both worship services. It is a time we set aside to stop and recall the sacrifice Jesus made because of His great love for us. He took upon Himself all sin – past, present, and future – and died to pay the full penalty.