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Sunday School Has Begun!


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Sunday school kicked off last Sunday and 13 excited children, and 3 excited teachers, and several excited parents attended!  Children and parents were asked to support the Food Pantry with their fall offerings.  A table display has been set up and we hope to fill the table with food!  It’s not to late to join a Sunday school class.  Children in Pre-K through fifth grade are welcome to come anytime.  Parents will be asked to complete a registration form.  

    The Sunday school curriculum is from Spirit Publishing and called, “Living the Word.”  It follows the lessons that are presented in church each week.  So, the children can hear the Word, listen to the children’s sermon, and then dig deeper into the lesson during Sunday school.  The focus this year is titled, “Called by God, Blessed to Serve,” and the beginning theme is, “God Provides Blessings.” 

 

The TIME has changed from past sessions.  Sunday school will now be from 10:45-11:45, following the 9:30 worship service.  Parents and children should meet in the wing of the Sunday school rooms for introductions and to learn about plans for this year. We will be using the “Living the Word” curriculum for grades Preschool Age 4 through Grade 5, which coincides with the narrative lectionary used in the Sunday services.

 

Parents, please complete the Sunday School Registration and Student Code of Conduct,

found here.

Share it with your child(ren).  Both forms should be signed and returned to the church office ASAP (additional forms are available in the church office or in the Narthex).   You may also print, sign, scan, and email to Ellen Imp at office@christtheservant.org, or bring them on the first day.


Sunday, SEPTEMBER 19, 2021  at 9:30am 

indoor Service 


Please click here to see Bulletin for

this Sunday, 9/19.

DELTA VARIANT UPDATE: Worship Protocols have changed

All are welcome at Christ the Servant and we want to ensure a safe, sacred, and comfortable experience for everyone who chooses to worship with us. Currently in Waukesha County there is very high rate of Covid-19 transmission, and unvaccinated people are at very high risk.  The CDC is recommending that everyone wear a mask in indoor public settings in areas of substantial and high transmission, regardless of vaccination status.  New data has demonstrated that people (vaccinated and unvaccinated) infected by the Delta variant carry 1,000 times more virus and for a longer period-of-time in their bodies.  High viral loads suggest an increased risk of transmission and, unlike other variants, vaccinated people infected with Delta can transmit the virus. This masking recommendation was updated to ensure the vaccinated public would not unknowingly transmit the virus to others, including their unvaccinated or immunocompromised loved ones.  Therefore, the CTS Council has made changes to the Worship Protocols.  Know that the safety of our worshipers is paramount and should the county situation significantly change, our worship protocols will also change.  To help us best serve our members and visitors, the following protocols have been approved by the Congregational Council.


To view a document stating all the Worship protocols that will be

followed for indoor services and a preview of how worship will look, click here.


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9:30am CDT on Facebook Live here





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CHRIST THE SERVANT

LUTHERAN CHURCH


There are a million reasons not to go to church: It's one more thing to add to an already overloaded schedule. "Christians" in the news aren't always the people you want to associate with. Memories of being bored or uncomfortable in the church of your youth. Church people can be really cliquey and judgmental. We get it.


At Christ the Servant, we try to do better. Let's be honest: as individuals and a congregation, we all have a ways to go in learning to be the kinds of disciples Jesus calls us to be. But we are on a journey: We strive to truly welcome all people - not with judgmental distance or inauthentic smothering, but with an earnest invitation to discover together what it means to be loved back to life by Jesus Christ. 



Created to Worship

We gather for worship, not to be entertained, but to be fed by the Living Christ in Water, Wine, Wheat, and Word. We seek to grow in our faith and discipleship. And we are privileged to have God give our lives meaning and purpose as forgiven people sent into the world to serve strangers and friends alike.


If church has left a bad taste in your mouth, you're not alone. Most of us have been there, too. But we remain a group of broken people seeking wholeness and purpose that we can't find anywhere other than the Table of Grace. Stop by sometime; taste and see that God is not through with you yet.

Christ the Servant Lutheran Church, ELCA


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