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New Sweden Church invites everyone to our open house. There will be a demonstration of Swedish weaving, old pictures we need help identifying faces in, and we  have Swedish Rye Bread for purchase. A ham or chicken salad box lunch sandwich,which includes a bag of chips and drink can be purchased for $5.00 with all proceeds supporting the New Sweden Heritage Center.  Come out for fun and fellowship.

Doors to be opened at 11:45am

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Join us as we give thanks for all we have received.

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Santa Lucia is a shared celebration with two other area churches with Swedish roots.  In Sweden, St. Lucia Day, celebrated on December 13th, proclaims the arrival of the Christmas season.  Traditionally, St. Lucia, usually the eldest daughter, is dressed in a white gown with a red sash around her waist.  She is adorned with a crown of lingonberry branches with four lighted candles.  She carries coffee and a breakfast of sun-colored saffron buns and gingerbread cookies to her parents.  Her sisters and brothers follow all dressed in white.  The girls carry lit candles and the boys (star boys) wear tall pointed hats. 

St. Lucia is also known as the Queen of Light and she symbolizes hope during the darkest time of year.

Come and enjoy our Santa Lucia program in our Sanctuary. Our sing-a-long program will be your favorite Christmas songs.         

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The candles will be lit during the singing of the last song.

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Breakfast served in the Parish Hall afterwards.

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Join us as we begin the Easter season.

Worship:  7:00pm.     Meal served at 6:00pm.

 

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Lenten Service:   7:00pm    Meal served at 6:00pm

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Come and worship with us.

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7;30 a.m. Sunrise Service at the Cemetery. (corner of Hwy 973 and New Sweden Church Rd.)
8:15 a.m. Breakfast at the Parish Hall
9:30 a.m. Children's Easter Egg Hunt
10:30 a.m. Easter Worship Service/Holy Communion
Easter celebrates Christ's victory over sin and death. It is the day of days, the first day, the eighth day, the day of resurrection. the day of new creation. No wonder "Alleluia!" (meaning "Praise God!") resounds throughout the church as the shout of victory on this day.

"I Know That My Redeemer Lives".

 

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To be announced.

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