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Divine Call Extended—Grace has extended a call to Rev. Daniel Lange, who is currently serving Light of Life Lutheran Church in Covington, WA, to serve at Grace as an associate pastor and to fill the vacancy left by Pastor Bondow. Please keep Pastor Lange and his family, as well as Grace, in your prayers as he deliberates his calls.

Rejoice Always: A Study of Philippians—This past year was hard, and—between the pandemics, natural disasters, tanking economies, elections, social unrest—one can’t help but wonder: “Is there any joy left?” Discover how we can find the joy no matter what with Rejoice Always: A Study of Philippians. Join Dr. Phil Huebner for this special four-part study, now through May 23, at 9 and 10:15 a.m. Sunday mornings, either in-person or online.

Website Survey—In the past year, Grace has increased their use of technology and has expanded their digital ministry efforts. Help Grace better understand the ongoing needs of Grace Church, specifically in the realm of the Grace website, by filling out a brief survey! Survey can be found under the Connect tab on the Grace website and will be live until Sunday, May 30. Everyone with an internet connection is invited—and encouraged—to fill out the survey! Questions, please feel free to email Amanda Schumacher, Communications Coordinator, at aschumacher@gracedowntown.org.

Mom’s Group 2021 Dates—Moms are invited to join Mom’s Group for fun and fellowship—and now, in-person! In-person meetings are Fridays at 9 a.m. (unless stated otherwise). Grace pastors will once again lead a study focusing on the Scripture lessons for the upcoming Sunday, and face masks will be worn by those in attendance (ages 5 and up, same as for worship).  The last meeting time for during the school year is Friday, May 21.

Prime Timers Returns in June—It’s back! Prime Timers Bible Study is returning Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m. in the Grace Center Classroom, starting June 2. Minister of Discipleship Drew Carter will take the class through the book of Hebrews over the summer months. If you have any questions regarding the class, you can contact Mr. Carter at dcarter@gracedowntown.org or call the church office at 414-271-3006.

Grace Annual Church Camp Out—It’s back! The Grace Church Campout is set for July 22-25 at the Long Lake Campground in Kettle Moraine State Forest Northern Unit. The state parks have some changes they are enforcing, which can be found at dnr.wi.gov. There will be a group cookout for dinner Friday, July 23 at the Long Lake Picnic Pavilion. If you would like to reserve your campsite, you can do so at wisconsin.goingtocamp.com or over the phone at 1-888-947-2757. Look to make reservations in the upper 900s loop or the lower 900s to be closer to other Grace members. If you have any questions you can contact Chris Midthun at Chrismidthun@wi.rr.com. If you have already made reservations (or when you do), please send an email to Drew Carter at dcarter@gracedowntown.org to let him know you plan on camping and how many people are in your group.

BBQ Fundraiser for Kingdom Prep Trip to Rome—In Spring 2022, 10 juniors and seniors from Kingdom Prep Lutheran High School will head to Rome, Italy, to experience and learn about the significant influence the Christian church has had on the development of Western thought. Kingdom Prep helps prepare inner city youth for future roles in our synod’s ministry, so show your support and help these students finance their trips with a barbeque fundraiser! Pre-orders are open now until May 19. Single meals are $10 each, deluxe meals (include dessert!) are $13 each, and family meals (feed 4-5 individuals) are $25 each. Pre-order meals here: kplhs.org/bbq. Pick up is between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 22, at Kingdom Prep (2520 N. Wauwatosa Ave., Wauwatosa, WI 53213).

Wisconsin Lutheran High School Prism Concert—Wisconsin Lutheran High School (WLHS) Prism concerts are at 7 p.m. Friday, May 21 and Saturday, May 22, and Sunday, May 23 at 2 and 7 p.m. in the WLHS auditorium. Enjoy the God-given talents of the student ensembles, solos, duets, choirs and bands. Advance tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for children (a convenience fee is added to online orders). Tickets are also available at the door; $8 for adults and $5 for children. Purchase tickets online at wlhs.org/prism or in-person at the WLHS front office. Please note: this is a socially distanced event. All attendees are required to wear masks that follow CDC guidelines for COVID-19 protection before, during, and after the event.

Job Openings at Wisconsin Lutheran College—Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC) is now accepting applications for a full-time Payroll and HR Generalist. The position is primarily responsible for processing timely and accurate semi-monthly payrolls, account reconciliation, and serving as a primary contact for all payroll related matters. To view the complete job description or to apply, visit wlc.edu/hr for details. WLC is looking to also fill faculty positions as well as other administrative roles.

Summer Job Openings at Martin Luther College—Campus employment at Martin Luther College (MLC) for summer 2021 are now posted on the MLC website at mlc-wels.edu/summerjobs. Jobs are available in the early childhood learning center, fitness center, administrative office, custodial and grounds departments. Interested individuals may apply directly to the supervisor(s) listed in the respective position(s), and applicants may apply for one or multiple roles. Questions, please contact human resources at hr@mlc-wels.edu.  

Job Opening at Kingdom Workers—Kingdom Workers is looking to hire a full-time building project manager! The Build Up Project Manager will lead projects for the Build Up program at multiple locations while sharing Jesus with volunteers and those being served. Other responsibilities include material acquisition for projects, planning and scheduling projects, working on-site with youth and local volunteers, and building strong relationships with youth and partner organizations. Questions, contact Jeff Ulman at julman@kingdomworkers.com. To apply, head to kingdomworkers.com/careers.

Job Opening at Kingdom Workers—Kingdom Workers is looking to hire an international project coordinator! The International Project Coordinator will act as a liaison between program staff and the Director of International Programs. Other responsibilities include providing administrative support to international programs, staff, and volunteers, including running in-person and virtual team building activities. Questions, contact Jeff Ulman at julman@kingdomworkers.com. To apply, head to kingdomworkers.com/careers.