Sunday 9:30a service streamed live & available for viewing later.
In person worship at 8a, 9:30a, and 11a on Sundays.
Join us for a fall afternoon filled with music, food, and play! A simple lunch will be provided. Please sign up for lunch here.
Prizes will be awarded for the following categories: Best Costume, Best Handmade Costume, Weirdest Costume, Cutest Costume, Least Effort, Best Group Costume, and Best Grownup Costume.
So that we can spend time together, masks are required.
What is the Lay Leadership Board? We usually refer to the Lay Leadership Board as the LLB. The LLB is a group of 12 congregation members who serve 3-year terms, voted into office during an annual congregational vote.
What Does the Board Do? They meet monthly to develop the Mission, Vision and Core Values of Messiah; they assist in setting policies and developing our strategic plan; and they monitor the strategies, goals, and results of the Pastors and Staff.
We are excited to provide you with resources for your very own, just the way you want it, IF:Messiah DIY Event, and it's free! Click here for more info!
Geri and Roger Meyer generously applied for Thrivent Action Team funds to help buy tables and cleaning supplies for the new Orphan Grain Train Collection Center here in Lincoln. Geri heads up a team of Messiah volunteers who sort and pack the first Tuesday of every month from 9:00-11:30a. Contact Geri to join her team 402.466.4413. If you have a group of friends who would like to volunteer at another time, contact Steve Sirek to schedule a time 401.416.1972.
We continue to accept donations here at Messiah for Orphan Grain Train! They appreciate gently used clothing and shoes for all ages, medical supplies, school items, hygiene items, infant layette items, twin and full bedding, and bikes.
Recently, Tom Ramel and other King Lake Volunteers spent their Saturday sawing and splitting wood. This particular day over 30 people came to help residents of King Lake clean up more of the refuse from the March 2019 flood and help prepare wood for those who'll use it for heat this winter. Orphan Grain Train trucks also brought in much-needed materials for the residents.
We continue to need your help! Volunteers of all skill levels continue to restore and rebuild homes at King lake. We meet in Messiah’s parking lot each Saturday at 7:15a, and return after 5:00p. Sign up here so we know whom to expect. Contact Stan Fehlhafer for more info.
Want to help but can't be there in person? Click here and designate donations to the Kings Garden.
With the blessing of a much larger building come plenty of new challenges to tackle. We ask that every visitor to our building during school hours wear a visitor tag and sign in at the Main Office. We're training our school children to watch for those tags, so this helps them feel safe and secure.
It doesn't matter if you're coming to Messiah for the first time, or you've been a part of Messiah for your whole life. By signing in, you're providing a record of when you entered and left the building. This helpful for contact tracing (for COVID-19) and to help account for everyone in an emergency situation.
Please help us by always signing in at the Main Office and wearing a visitor tag when you come into our building during school hours.
Sunday Sermon Series on the book of Revelation
8:00 • 9:30 • 11:00 online 9:30 here 1. Click here or on the graphic above for a 12-minute
animated overview of Revelation chapters 1-11. 2. Click here for an extensive study on the End Times.
What is the DHM?
From Kathy Carter APRN MSN FNP-C and Messiah's Health Ministry Team
The Nebraska Dept of Health and Human Services have exercised their authority to order Directed Health Measures necessary to prevent the spread of communicable disease, illness or poisoning. The objectives of this order are to reduce mortality and morbidity, minimize disease transmission, protect health care workers, and preserve health care system functioning. All 93 Nebraska counties are covered by these. For more info, click here.
Altar Flowers for October 18
Wally and Deborah Piepho: In thankfulness for our many blessings
Jan & Janet Perrin: Happy 19th Anniversary on October 19 to our son Garret & daughter-in-law Meghan
NOTE: We have some open spots for altar flowers in October, November, and December. To sign up, please click here.