Upcoming Events

Siloa Lutheran Church Wild Game Feed March 17

The Siloa Lutheran Church Wild Game Feed will be held Sunday, March 17, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free-will donations will be accepted for an “All You Can Eat” Wild Game Meal. There will also be a bake sale by WELCA. The feed is being hosted by the men of the congregation.

The church is located at 2607 405th Ave. NW, Braham, and can be reached at 320-396-3927. For more information visit www.siloalutheranchurch.org.

Informational meeting on Let’s Go Fishing March 19

Let’s Go Fishing is a volunteer organization that provides free fishing and boating trips on area lakes for seniors 55 and older, adults with disabilities and veterans. All events are held on a wheel chair accessible pontoon boat with a full canopy.

The North Branch Chapter will be hosting an informational meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19, at the American Inn in North Branch.

This is an opportunity to learn about the Let’s Go Fishing program for men and women interested in becoming volunteers in the organization. They need volunteers to be fishing guides on the pontoon, pontoon captains, and people to work in various support positions to help the program run smoothly.

Presentation on ‘Christ in the Passover’ March 29

Pastor Bob Jonsson invites all to hear a presentation of ‘Jews for Jesus’ at First Baptist Church on Friday, March 29 at 7 p.m. The topic will be ‘Christ in the Passover.’

‘Jews for Jesus’ is an agency that proclaims that Jesus is the Messiah of Israel and Savior of the world. The late Moishe Rosen, a Jew who has believed in Jesus for over 35 years, founded the organization. However, Dr. Rosen was quick to point out that he did not “start” Jews for Jesus. ‘Jews for Jesus’ began about 2,000 years ago, around 32 C.E., give or take a year. Jesus’ first disciples were Jewish, and there have been some Jewish people who have believed in him ever since.”

To the ‘Jews for Jesus,’ believing in Jesus makes sense in light of the Jewish Bible and in light of their experiences as “believers.”

For those who argue that Christianity contradicts the meaning of Judaism, the ‘Jews for Jesus’ say there are answers, which their representative will be happy to discuss after the presentation. Call First Baptist Church at 763-689-1173 for more information. There will be no admission charge. ws for Jesus,’ believing in Jesus makes sense in light of the Jewish Bible and in light of their experiences as “believers.”

For those who argue that Christianity contradicts the meaning of Judaism, the ‘Jews for Jesus’ say there are answers, which their representative will be happy to discuss after the presentation. Call First Baptist Church at 763-689-1173 for more information. There will be no admission charge.

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