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Address: 1011 E. Midway Road, Appleton, WI 54915
Phone: 920-749-9744
Fax: 920-968-0337
Email: secretary@eternal-love.org
Web Site: www.Eternal-Love.org

Worship Services:

Sunday 8:00 a.m.

Sunday 10:45 a.m.

Monday 6:30 p.m.

Special Services:

Bible Studies/Sunday School:

Sunday 9:25 a.m. (September - May) - Adult Bible Class
Target Audience: Adults
Location: Chapel
Contact Person and Phone Number: Church Office (749-9744)
Current Topic: Power & Right

Sunday 9:25 a.m. (September - May) - Sunday School
Target Audience: Children age 3 through 8th grade
Location: Fellowship Hall
Contact Person and Phone Number: Church Office - 749-9744
Current Topic: Old & New Testament Bible Stories

Sunday 9:25 a.m. (September - May) - Youth Bible Study
Target Audience: Teenagers
Location: Fellowship Hall
Contact Person and Phone Number: Church Office - 749-9744
Current Topic: Various Topics

Wednesday 8:30 a.m. - Midweek Bible Study
Target Audience: Adults
Location: Fellowship Hall
Contact Person and Phone Number: Church Office - 749-9744
Current Topic: We are currently studying the Old Testament book of Isaiah. We are working through this study at our own slow pace, mining the treasures of God’s Word as we go.

Wednesday 1:00 p.m. (September - May) - Women’s Study Group
Target Audience: Women
Location: Various Homes (call 920.749.9744 for current hostess location and information)
Contact Person and Phone Number: Church Office - 749-9744
Current Topic: Contentment. Are you content? In our society full of "stuff", it still can be elusive. Grow in contentment in Ecclesiastes beginning on Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 1pm. Join us!

Wednesday 6:30 p.m. (September - May) - Midweek Adult Bible Study
Target Audience: Adults
Location: Chapel
Contact Person and Phone Number: Church Office - 749-9744
Current Topic: SAINTS LIKE US: Encouragement and Warnings from Our Spiritual Parents. Have you ever heard of a church named “St. Noah” or “Saint Sarah”? I haven’t either. Yet the Bible names many Old Testament characters as saints, that is, people who lived and died in faith (see the list in Hebrews 11). Those people are just as much saints as are New Testament characters such as Peter, John, and Paul. When we examine the lives of those Old Testament saints, we see many things we like, and also some things that make us cringe. The Bible does not hide the faults of those “heroes” of faith. And why not? Obviously, so that we can learn from both the good and the bad. Their acts of faith are encouragement for us, and their sins are warnings to us. This winter the Wednesday Evening Bible class will examine the lives of SAINTS LIKE US. Our spiritual parents will provide both encouragement and warnings for our own walk of faith. Our schedule will be: January 9 @ 6:30pm = Noah/Naamah January 16 @ 6:30pm = Abraham/Sarah January 23 @ 6:30pm = Isaac/Rebekah January 30 @ 6:30pm = Jacob/Rachel February 6 @ 6:30pm = Judah/Tamar The stories of SAINTS LIKE US will encourage us in our own walk of faith, which is the very reason that the Holy Spirit chose to record both the good and the ugly about them. Come and grow in your understanding

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The Lord's Handymen
Description: Assist members and friends with chores around the house.
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Location: - Eternal Love Lutheran Church - Appleton
Contact: Church Office - 749-9744

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