• Gethsemane Lutheran Church, Wallace, MI
  • St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, Stephenson, MI
  • Our Pastor, Corinne Johnson
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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 May 22, 2016, at 4:00 PM, about 60 Gethsemane  and St. Stephen’s  Church members celebrated Todd and Pr. Cori Parsons’ wedding of February 20th with a pot-luck dinner and party at St. Stephen’s Church  It was a joyous event and Pr. Cori’s father also attended and celebrated with us.  After the meal, the wedding video was shown.  God bless this special couple! Click here to view photo gallery
     
    At Gethsemane on May 15th two young ladies made their Affirmation of Baptism, Ally and Gwendolyn. Click here to view photo gallery
     
    Church spring cleaning was Saturday, April 30, at 9:00 AM, at St. Stephen’s Church. About 20 members tackled projects inside and outside; followed by a lunch. On Sunday, May 1st, Rose Klatt was installed as the Youth Director for the St. Stephen’s and Gethsemane Parish. Click here to view photo gallery

    On Saturday, March 26
    , the kids had their annual Easter Egg Hunt at St. Stephen’s Church, with 18 kids participating and also attended by parents and grandparents.  Games were played, baskets distributed, and a hot lunch was served.  An Easter Breakfast was served at St. Stephen’s Church from 7:30-8:30 before the 9:00 AM service.  Over 50 were served. Click here to view photo gallery

    On January 31st, a joint service was held at St. Stephen’s. 
    Also in attendance were the Daggett Moravian Church and Hand Bell Choir. Moravians and Lutherans regard themselves as distinct members of a single flock who are following their Shepherd in mission and ministry. In 1999, the  Moravian Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America joined in a relationship of full communion.  For worship, this new relationship of “full communion” means that, although the participating churches remain individual denominations, they welcome each other to worship as if they were members of that church and encourage each other to receive the sacraments in their celebrations. It also means that in this new relationship, the clergy may be invited to serve in each other’s churches. The first worship service of full communion was held on January 27, 2000 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. On January 31st, we celebrated the 16th anniversary of our full communion, together here, with Word and Sacrament to the praise and glory of our Lord Jesus Christ. A potluck followed the worship service. Click here to view photo gallery

    January 17th
    – A surprise bridal shower was held for Pastor Cori and Todd with both congregations in attendance.  She was surprised and had no clue.  It was enjoyed by everybody who attended. 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.