Member Information

From the Library Shelves

Shelley Jerviss, Librarian

Masquerade by Bonnie Blythe – There’s no telling what will happen . . . only that it will happen at the Masquerade! Meet Justine, Melodia, Amaryllis, and Letitia—four women from three different eras burdened by the accoutrements of their individual life stations. But trouble isn’t the only thing they have in common. From behind the same feathered mask, passed down through the ages, each of them faces a puzzling web of deception and searches for faithful resolutions. Everyone’s motives and true identities are suspect—even God’s ultimate design appears disguised at first. But truth burgeons within each heart, drawing the masquerade around them into life-changing revelations. From ill-advised engagements, malicious nobles, scheming siblings and complicated conspiracies, the adventures come to a head in a flourish of exposure, escape, discovery and the blessings of love. Everything leads to a masquerade and a masquerade always to an unmasking.


Nazareth’s Song by Patricia Hickman – The town of Nazareth is beginning to feel like home to young preacher Jeb Nubey and the three Welby kids in his charge. But just as he’s about to take over the pulpit, a local war breaks out—and only Jeb can make peace between the town’s prosperous banker and its hungry, desperate citizens. Meanwhile, there are mouths to feed, the increasingly rebellious Angel Welby to wrangle with, and Fern, the schoolteacher who barely gives him the time of day, to win over. Yet his greatest dilemma is walking his way—in the person of one of the richest women in Nazareth. Now torn between putting corn bread on his own table and defending the people who need him most, Jeb must look deep within to find his way.




Jim Edwards, Capt.

Trent Edwards

Dan Kildahl

Chris Kildahl


Greeters      (service at 10:15)

  • Jan. 5 – Gene & Sherry Lundak

  • Jan. 12 - Richard & Becky Carr

  • Jan. 19 – Garth & Shelly Edwards

  • Jan. 26 – Jeanne Feldmeir/Kelly Porter

Being an usher or greeter is an important ministry!


Ushers and greeters are open to male and female, young and old, individuals and families. All of us, as ministers of hospitality, need to remember that everyone we welcome has a place in God's faith community.

You will have an opportunity to learn something new about God as you welcome others.  Whether you are new to this ministry or have been doing it for a long time, this is a chance to grow and serve with one another.

Please prayerfully reflect more deeply on how you can be a part of this ministry of ushers and greeters.  For more information please contact the church office, Head Usher, Jim Edwards, or Pastor Linda.


You can now make a contribution with text! Simply send a text message to [507-260-0765] with the amount you would like to contribute (example: 25). Within a few minutes, you’ll be sent a text with a link to register. Click on the link and enter your cardholder name and debit or card information. Once your registration is complete, you will receive text verification and a receipt of your donation via email. For future giving, send a text with the amount you wish to give, and it will process automatically! You can even text “repeat” to make it a recurring donation. Text giving is one of the fastest, easiest ways to give. We hope you enjoy this new way to share your generosity, and we thank you for supporting the church.



204 South Chase Street       Houston, MN 55943       


  • c-facebook