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JLMLC still has room for preschool age 33 months - age 4 children in our morning preschool session from 8-11 am. Call 345-7707 or email Lin to enroll

 
JLMLC still has availability for morning preschool sessions from
8 – 11.  Please call 507 345-7707 or 507 508-2041 for more information
Contact Us
                           Location
 304 Monroe Ave
 North Mankato,   MN 56003
                        Church Office
   507-345-7049
 
                         Church Fax
   507-345-5756

                        Message Line 
   507-345-4939

                              Email 

                  welsspl@hickorytech.net

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Non-Summer Services
Saturday 5:30 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM
Sunday 10:30 AM

Easter Sunday Sunrise 7:00 AM
Easter Festival 9:00 AM
Easter Festival 10:30 AM


Summer Services
(Memorial Day - Labor Day)

Thursday 6:30 PM
Saturday 5:30 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM
Sunday 10:30 AM


Midweek Advent Services  
Wednesday 4:00 PM at St. Paul's                                                            
Wednesday 6:30 PM at St. Paul's

Lenten Midweek Services
Wednesday 4:00 PM at St. Paul's                                                            
Wednesday 6:30 PM at St. Paul's


Communion
First and second Sundays and preceding Saturday

Sunday School
9:15 AM-10:20 AM
 
Bible Classes
Current Class schedule



TV Services
Mankato CCTV: Cable Channel 13
Tuesday 2:15 PM, Wednesday 5:30 PM

Also available on demand at Access KTV.

                                                                                  

Christian Family Solutions - http://www.christianfamilysolutions.org/

Forward in Christ Magazine
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Today's Devotion
» When the Words Don’t Come – July 21, 2018
Faith Related Q and A
» I once heard a Catholic say about salvation that “he has been saved, is being saved, and will be saved.” I didn’t know what to think about this. Is this an accurate thing to say? I guess in other words the Catholic is saying that salvation is a process. So what is it? Is salvation a process or a one-time event?
» What times on what days should be considered the beginning and end of the Paschal Triduum? I've heard versions including Thursday evening through Saturday night, Friday afternoon through Sunday morning, and Thursday evening through Sunday evening. I recently taught a class on our church year and there was confusion on this topic among members, including some lifelong WELS members. Thanks in advance for clarifying this for us.
» Hi, I’m a Lutheran who wants other people who aren’t Christians to receive salvation and go to heaven. But I understand that we believe it is faith alone and that it’s not our choice to “accept” Christ as Savior; it’s the work of God alone. If we believe that it’s God’s work alone, doesn’t that mean that we shouldn’t even bother preaching to non-believers? And also, if I were to preach to them, what do I say about receiving salvation? Many evangelicals would tell people to accept and trust him, but since we don’t “accept” Christ, do I tell them to put their faith in Jesus and they will be saved? I’m sorry if this is a long question, but I don’t know who to ask and it’s hard to put into words.
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