Holy and Faithful God, Be attentive to all who wait expectantly for your mercy in times of crisis, illness, fear, and grief. Answer them when they cry out to you.
You have clothed the saints in the light of Christ. Teach us to live in his ways until the great day when he comes to make all things new.
"God's Work. Our Hands."
Members of Calvary and St. John's Lutheran Church in Polar joined together this year to work on service projects for God's Work. Our Hands. Sunday. What a joyous day it was as we tied nine fleece blankets for the Foster children in Langlade County and picked up Veterans' flags in the three cemeteries in the Antigo area. Thank you Thrivent for assisting us financially with being able to purchase the supplies for the fleece blankets!
Calvary Youth Ring Bells for Salvation Army
CROP Hunger Walk
Calvary participates in the annual CROP Hunger Walk and proceeds are given to our local Antigo Community Food Pantry.
Calvary's Quilt Squad will Resume on September 14th
For 2019 our Calvary's Quilters worked on their beautiful one of a kind creations for 400 hours (plus hours spent sewing at home by members). In that time they made and donated 11 baby quilts to AVAIL, 60 quilts. 8 sewing kits to Lutheran World Relief, and 2 lap quilts to The Bay at Eastview. In addition, they also donated $400.00 to be put toward heating bills at Calvary. Way to go Calvary's Quilters!
The South African Visit...
Lutheran World Relief Efforts!
Members from Calvary assembled 94 personal care kits, 60 mission quilts, 5 fabric kits, and 66 school kits that will be sent for Lutheran World Relief Efforts. Thank you to everyone who helped donate and assemble items for this tremendous campaign! Thank you also to Thrivent Financial and our members who were Action Team Leaders of Thrivent Financial that helped use those funds to purchase some of the items. Thank you also Julie Kubiaczyk for doing an amazing job as chairperson for Social Concerns Ministry and thank you Larry Poltrock for delivering everything to the delivery site in Wausau!