• 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?

  • Joint Worship in the Park – August 2nd – 10:30 a.m. at Mellen Township Park, Hwy 41, Wallace, MI.  A potluck will follow.  Please bring a dish to pass and your own tableware.
    August newsletter is now available on Downloads page
    On May 31st a joint worship service was held at Gethsemane and it was Youth Sunday.  The Youth lead the morning worship service.  Gwendolyn Erickson gave the children’s message and Ally Schultz gave the sermon.  These young people did a great job. > click here to read the sermon
    Big Bear AwardSt. Stephen’s was surprised and honored to receive the Big Bear award at synod assembly this year. The World Hunger committee said this: Each year at the Northern Great Lakes Synod Assembly a Big Bear Award is given to a congregation that has made an exceptional effort in raising funds and awareness for World Hunger. This year the Big Guy goes to St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church which has done Big Things for the Hunger effort this year. During the February food drive in Conference 5, they “smoked” the rest of the conference by collecting an average of 8 food items per baptized member. This was by far, the best effort in the Conference and a sign of their commitment to “Feed the Hungry” A Big Bear for a Big Effort and worthy of our recognition.
    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.