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Men's Morning Bible Study

ALL MEN OF FIRST LUTHERAN You are invited to attend Men’s Morning Bible Study each Wednesday morning at Forest Lake Restaurant. We meet in the upstairs back room at 6:45 AM. We pen with a prayer and then begin our reading for the day. After our reading we have discussion. During this time our server takes our breakfast orders. Some men order just coffee and others a full breakfast. We are finished by 8 AM. There is plenty of room so bring your Bible and join us in studying God’s word.

Men's Club

 ALL MEN OF FIRST LUTHERAN- Men’s Club. If you’re male and a member of First

Lutheran you’re automatically a member of Men’s Club. We have meetings on the

second Monday of each month at 6:30pm in the church basement. Our mission is to help the ministry of First Lutheran by providing funds and manpower for the betterment of our church. Cinnamon Roll Sunday and the Wild Game Feed are a couple of ways for us to raise funds. Our meetings consist primarily of how to spend these funds. After a short meeting we have dessert provided by one of the men. Come and join us. You’ll enjoy it.  

Men's Club

Men's club meets on the 2nd Monday of the month at 6:30 pm. Any male member of the Church can attend the meetings. The meetings last about a half hour long. There is  discussion on the needs of the Church requested by the Church Trustees. Most of the needs are not budgeted items such as lawn mowers and equipment, kitchen repairs, or unexpected items.  Someone typically provides a dessert. 

Items the Men's Club have supported are: 

1. Replaced flooring in the educational wing

2. Replaced water heater in the kitchen

3. Repaired the gas stove in the kitchen

4. Assisted families with financial needs to camps

5. Purchase needed tools and equipment for Lutheran Island Camp

The only fundraising the Men's club does is the wild game feed held in December and cinnamon rolls they sell once a month from October through May.

Annual Men's Club fishing trip is designated to take the active, older members out fishing. They typically need assistance and cannot fish on their own.  In the evening a fish dinner is prepared for them.