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Faith briefs for July 5

July 5, 2013
Marshall Independent

Daycamp at First Lutheran Church in Marshall July 22-25

Day Camp is a program offered by Shetek Lutheran Ministries of Slayton and includes four days of Christian Day Camping for youth who are entering kindergarten through the sixth grade (completed).

Each day will consist of Bible study, worship, games for fun and recreation where everyone learns and plays, arts and crafts, singing, fellowship, nature studies, service projects and making new friends in faith.

Camp will run from 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday at First Lutheran Church (on the corner of Church and A streets). There will be a special program for the families on Thursday evening at First Lutheran. You do not have to be a member of the congregation to attend.

For more information, contact First Lutheran Church at 532-2429.

A fee covers all weekly costs, except for youth bringing their own noon lunch. The camp is a joint venture of First Lutheran and Shetek Lutheran Ministries.

Willow Lake Church to have sing-a-long July 14

Willow Lake Church will open its doors for a sing-a-long at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, July 14. All are welcome to enjoy this historic landmark and stay for a Subway sandwich box lunch following the sing-a-long.

Located on the prairie, Willow Lake Church was organized in 1874, and the building was built in 1899. This is an opportunity for all who have never known of this prairie treasure to view and enjoy a simply built yet beautiful rural church and learn more about the history of this area.

The sing-a-long and family activities provide the Friends of Willow Lake an opportunity to share this beautiful rural historic landmark with others and surface interested individuals and organizations that would be supportive of donating to support and preserve this historic landmark as an important part of our rural community.

To learn more about this historical landmark, call 507-629-3488, email friendsofwillowlake@gmail.com or look up Willow Lake Church on Facebook.

 
 

 

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