• Gethsemane Lutheran Church, Wallace, MI
  • St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, Stephenson, MI
  • Our Pastor, Corinne Johnson
Welcome to our place
GSS Lutheran is a shared ministry of
Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Wallace, MI
& St. Stephen's Lutheran Church in Stephenson, MI

What’s new?

  • On October 2, 1:00 PM, Wally and Wendy Majkrzak hosted an hayride and hot dog potluck lunch at their farm home.  Thirty adults and kids took the ride in 2 wagons.  The kids played games, played in the new elevated playhouse, and on the trampoline–sometimes joined by Pr. Cori.  A bonfire was also enjoyed on the beautiful autumn day. Click here to view photo gallery
    On August 7th, Sam Salo made his First Communion during the 9:00 AM service.  A special cake was served during coffeetime.  Welcome to the Lord’s Table of Grace! Click here to view photo gallery
    On July 30th, the Parish Picnic was held at Erickson Park in Stephenson.  We opened with  the worship service at 10:30 AM, followed by the meal, and attended by 46. Click here to view photo gallery
    Joint Vacation Bible School was held June 27th through June 30th from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. There were Bible studies and crafts held each day.  It was enjoyed by all who attended. Click here to view photo gallery
    On Sunday, June 19th a joint worship service was held at Gethsemane.  The Jack Clarkson Band from Lansing, Michigan provided a beautiful concert during the service. A potluck dinner was served immediately following. Click here to view photo gallery
    The Memorial Service was  led by Pr. Dave Christenson on Monday, May 30th, at 8:30 AM.  Before this event, a large tree had to be cut down and cleaned up from the cemetery grounds. Click here to view photo gallery
    Food Pantry Sunday- Last Sunday of Each Month – Please bring your items to the worship service and place them in the “Golden Basket”.  If you would like to make a monetary donation, please make the check payable to the church you are attending and place it in envelope and mark it “Food Pantry” and place it in the offering plate.