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Rachel Glende, left center, and Jill Himli, right center, visit with the Henrytown students and teachers while delivering donations gathered for the Henrytown students by the Fountain Lutheran Church and Root Prairie Lutheran Church.
Rachel Glende, left center, and Jill Himli, right center, visit with the Henrytown students and teachers while delivering donations gathered for the Henrytown students by the Fountain Lutheran Church and Root Prairie Lutheran Church.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015 8:11 AM
A new year of Sunday school means a new way of doing things for the children of Henrytown. It's the first time classes are being held since the ELCA congregation lost its church building to fire in April. However, two nearby Lutheran churches are helping make the transition easier. 

  • Special start to Sunday school year for Henrytown kids
    A new year of Sunday school means a new way of doing things for the children of Henrytown. It's the first time classes are being held since the ELCA congregation lost its church building to fire in April. However, two nearby Lutheran churches are helping make the transition easier. 

  • “This is a very troubled time for our planet. People suffer on many fronts: Violence, disease, environmental degradation and economic injustices, to name a few. While it seems there is little people in southern Minnesota can do to affect a global change, as Christians, we do believe in the power of prayer as a force of change and love,” said Faith United Methodist Church (FUMC) member Gloria Blakeslee. 
  • As the colorful leaves of the autumn season begin to appear, there will be some special events held in October at the historic Lenora United Methodist Church.
  • Mabel, Newburg United Methodist churches to welcome new pastor in June
    Bishop Sally Dyck has appointed the Rev. Dr. Mary Mason as pastor of the Mabel-Newburg United Methodist Churches, and acting on behalf of the congregation, the Staff and Pastor Parish Relations Committee confirmed that appointment.
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