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A New Memorial List
More funerals have occurred. People at times would like to know what our church needs so that a meaningful memorial may be given. Our Board of Trustees is basically responsible for this list. You may want to check it out so that you know how memorial money can best serve Emanuel as well as being a positive reminder of what your family member did to help even after their death. You may find this list under "Info Center."
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Here you will find information concerning the ministry of our church and school. For those interested in school information please click the school tab at the top of this page. We hope you find your time spent here a blessing. Our church and school are a warm and loving community where we want you to feel comfortable, to meet your spiritual needs, and to provide you with a church and school that helps you to grow closer to Jesus within the framework of our Lutheran heritage. We encourage you to call on us for anything you need. Feel free to browse through the various areas of our website and learn about our ministries. Our chuch Motto is Gather, Glorify, Grow.
If you are considering a new place of worship or a relocation to our area, we would love to have you be our guest--and then become a member!
Our church's name helps to spell out what we want to do.
Energized and Educated by God's Word we:
Answer His Call
Nurture One Another
Unite in Christ
Exercise our God-given Gifts
Live His Love
When you visit our church, you will find:
Pastor Don Andrix
Today was the last day of morning work times in the garden. The next 2 weeks the teachers will be preparing for the school year. "Hats off" to the 15 families who helped in the garden. I've kept track of your visits to the garden and about 100 hrs. was given by you to the garden. THANK YOU! The weeds are under control and we are harvesting many things for the garden stand. From the activity that the garden stand has generated, we definitely need to plant more next year.
The Sonshine House has visited the garden over the summer and this past week 2 of the children planted green beans, so hopefully we will have a fall crop of those if the frost doesn't come too soon.
Using funds from the garden stand I purchased 2 compost bins from Carver County Environmental Services at $35 each. We will be composting part of our school lunch waste to create valuable compost to add to the school garden and reducing waste sent to landfills.
Thanks for a memorable summer in the garden,
Emanuel School Garden Produce Stand now open. This is located across from Emanuel Lutheran Church on the Vollbrecht Farm.