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July 2019

June 2019


Summer Cash Campaign (download for more info)

MCLEOD EMERGENCY FOOD SHELF SUMMER CA$H CAMPAIGN: With school out, the usage of the food shelf increases and during the summer, donations are down. During the summer campaign, all cash donations will be increased with additional grant funds that are available through Open Your Heart & Hunger Solutions. The Board of Evangelism will have donation baskets at all of the entryways. You can also donate online through the Give Plus app, through the church’s website or by texting “MEFS” with the desired $ amount to 320-381-1360. If you wish to donate canned goods or non-perishable items, you can place them in the front pews in the north wing.


First Evangelical Lutheran Church and School ~ Missouri Synod
Glencoe, MN  //  //  Facebook: Church  //  Facebook: School

925 13th St. E., Glencoe, MN 55336
CHURCH: 320-864-5522  //
Senior Pastor: Daniel Welch
          320-864-2753  //
Assistant Pastor: Peter Adelsen
          320-864-3522  //
DCE: Tori Kidd / 320-864-5522 /
1015 E. 14th St., Glencoe, MN 55336
SCHOOL: 320-864-3317
Principal: Dean Scheele
          952-250-1149  // 
COMMON CUP: 320-864-5511
PRAYER CHAIN: 320-864-3892 or 320-238-2148

“Sharing Christ, Changing Lives

What is the Divine Service?

The Divine Service is where God promises to meet us in His Word and Sacraments.
 It is where God comes to bestow us with His blessings, promises, comfort, and forgiveness for our sins.
Once we receive these free gifts, we give back to God and serve one another.
It is where, God, the Divine, serves us.
Visitors, thank you for being here today and please fill out a welcome card found in the cardholder slots
 in your pew. You may tear off the top portion to keep, and place the bottom in the offering plate.
Members, please use these cards only to notify the Church Office of any changes or needs. Thank you.
Blue Binders in the pews are for signing in for Communion only.
COMMUNION POLICY: We believe that the Lord’s Supper is a Sacrament in which Christ’s Body and Blood are given in and with the bread and wine for the forgiveness of sins (Matt. 26:26-28). When we receive Holy Communion at a church, we show that we agree with the faith that is taught there (1 Cor. 10:14-18). St. Paul cautions us about receiving the Body and Blood of Christ in an unworthy manner (1 Cor. 11:27-29). Therefore, we invite to Holy Communion those who have received instruction in the teachings of the Lutheran Church and who agree with the confession of faith as taught in the LC-MS. If you are not a member of an LCMS church, we kindly ask that you speak to one of the pastors.