Our church office wants you!
Long Lake Lutheran is looking for a part-time office assistant to assist our full-time office administrator. Are you a self- starter, pleasant with good communication skills? Are you a team player, willing to bring an attitude of Christian service to your work? Then this is for you! The position consists of clerical work, composing bulletins, answering phones, assisting Pastor Rodger, reporting and maintaining records, and assisting church council. This could grow into a full-time position! Requirements include computer skills, plus minimum two years of clerical and/or administrative experience. 15-20 hours week. Please contact Pastor Rodger- 715-354-3804. or Rande Purdy- Church Council Pres- 715-205-9030.
Get ready to walk with the Apostles!
What would it be like to walk with the Apostles as they embarked upon their ministries? Find out, starting June 7. Pastor Rodger will be teaching a special Bible study, devoted to the Acts of the Apostles. The class meets Tuesday mornings at 9:30am in the church narthex. For more info, give the church office a call!
The bands are back together!
Actually, it's the Celebration Singers choir and the Joyful Ringers tone chime troupe. After many months of pandemic-induced shutdown, both groups are back in action and now performing, with regular appearances in worship. Rehearsals are held following services on designated Sundays, and prior to the service on performance Sundays. You might think you can't carry a tune in a bucket...but we'll prove you wrong! Contact the church office for more information, or feel free to see our Director of Music Ministry, Kris Knutson, before or after services on Sundays.
Live-streaming rolls on!
Even though we have re-opened to in-person worship, we continue to live-stream our services on our church Facebook page.
A team of volunteers is now handling our live-streaming, utilizing the church's new Kindle Fire tablet. Current members of the team are Dave & Sue Tindell, Bobbi Freitag, Rande & Judy Purdy, Tom and Julie Telitz, Stuart and Kris Schaefer and Bob and Jane Sluiter. If you are a "techie" (or would like to be one, even a little bit), we can always find room for you as our electronic ministry expands. Please contact our Webmaster, Dave Tindell, by phone at 715-651-1956 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get to know us via YouTube!
Many of our church activities, including sermons, choir performances and entire services, are available to you on our YouTube channel. Just click on the YouTube button on the left (the one next to the Facebook button with the f), and you're there! Discover the joys of 'Tubing!
"Simply Giving" is a way to support your church!
Most of our congregation contributes to the financial health of our church by giving an offering during Sunday services, but if you're concerned about attending services due to the pandemic, other means are available for you to continue your support. You may send a check to our church directly, or you may utilize Simply Giving. If you choose to go that route, your monthly donation can be sent directly from your bank account on the date of your choosing. It's convenient, easy and completely safe. Please contact the church office for more information. And now, we have yet another way for you to contribute, and it's even easier! ↓
Helping our ministry is now just a click away!
You have probably noticed the gold button on our website pages, located to the left and under the Facebook and YouTube buttons. By clicking on this DONATE button, you can now contribute to our ministry. Donations can be made either one at a time or a regular contribution can be established, and you can donate by using a credit card or setting up direct withdrawal from your bank account. The process is operated by the same company we utilize for Simply Giving, and is completely secure. Feel free to give it a try, and thanks in advance for helping us spread the Good News!
Sure, it happens up here. If worship services are cancelled because of bad weather, an announcement will be made on radio station WJMC in Rice Lake (96.1 FM or 1240 AM), the Sunday School will be notified to call their students and the prayer chain will be activated to notify parishioners by telephone. During the week, when school activities are cancelled in Spooner and/or Rice Lake because of severe weather, all church activities will be cancelled as well, and the church office will be closed. In case of heavy snowfall and the schools are delayed or not closed, the church office will not open until 10:30 a.m. in order to give the plows or sanding trucks an opportunity to open the roads for travel.