• 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?

  • May newsletter is now available on Downloads page
    On April 12, St. Stephen’s celebrated a “Birthday Bash” before the service at coffee time.  The event marked a special year plus effort to reduce the building fund debt with birthday age donations by members which were anonymously matched.  This endeavor has significantly reduced debt principal.  Thank you to all who participated. Click here to view photo gallery
    On April 4th at 10:00 AM, there was an Easter Egg Hunt and fun time for children at St. Stephen’s Church.  There were games, a coloring contest,  baskets were given out, and Easter Eggs gathered, followed by a hot dog lunch.  Thank you to Rose Klatt for organizing and conducting this event and thanks to all who helped and participated. Click here to view photo gallery
    On Easter Sunday a breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage, cheesy potatoes, coffeecakes, donuts, juice, chocolate milk, and coffee was served from 9:00 to 10:00, before the 10:30 service at St. Stephen’s.  There was a very good turnout of about 65 at the breakfast.  Thank you to all who planned, worked and participated.  The church service was also very well attended and with many children participating in the children’s sermon.  It was a joyous, blessed event celebrating our Lord’s resurrection. Click here to view photo gallery
    Shrove Tuesday St. Stephen’s Supper – There was a pancake, French toast, eggs, and sausage supper at St. Stephen’s Church on February 18th.  A free will offering was taken. Click here to view photo gallery
    OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASt. Stephen’s joined in with a little friendly competition with fellow ELCA congregations in  the Menominee Valley Conference; Gethsemane Lutheran, Beaver American Lutheran, Our Saviour’s Lutheran, St. James Lutheran, Zion Lutheran, Bethel Lutheran, Emmanuel Lutheran, Good Shepherd Lutheran, and Porterfield Lutheran Churches.  They were challenged to collect the most cans/non-perishable/paper goods from January 4th through February 1st.  The items were then donated to the Mid County Food Pantry in Stephenson.  St. Stephen’s took first place with 2,051 items collected, and won the special trophy.
    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.