Gather at the Table events are being hosted throughout our Synod. Check this link to learn more and find out which one fits your schedule.
Gather at the Table is a series of fall stewardship gatherings for people throughout the South-Central Synod of Wisconsin. When you Gather at the Table, the discussion won’t be just about money. It will be about Stewardship. Join in these gatherings to explore how we can learn from one another and support each other as we become better stewards of all the good gifts God has given us.
Bishop Mary will gather us at the table of our Lord and will offer a question and answer session with the guest speakers. The guest speakers come from three congregations in our synod who are stewarding their gifts in wonderful ways. They will lift up faith and gratitude practices and challenge you to put them into action. In addition, best practices and results from our synod-wide stewardship survey will be shared.
Sunday, November 2nd from 2:30-4pm at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Central Campus, Madison
Thursday, November 6th from 6:30-8pm at Grace Lutheran Church in Dodgeville
Sunday, November 16th from 2:30-4pm at Trinity Lutheran Church in Fort Atkinson
Thursday, November 20th from 6:30-8pm at First Lutheran Church in Beaver Dam
Stewarding Faith Formation – Rev. Rob Nelson of New Heights Lutheran Church will share ways his congregation stewards their gifts and reaches out to the community on Wednesday evenings with their faith formation programs.
Stewarding Our Gratitude – Rev. Julie Krahn of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Sun Prairie will talk about gratitude when it comes to living our lives as stewards; it is about living our lives intentionally with thanks and praise to God and with an awareness that abundance is all around us.
Stewarding Faith in Action – Rev. Michael and Lisa Lee of First Lutheran Lodi have been stewarding the gifts of their congregation and putting their faith into action in a variety of ways throughout their community. You will hear about how they are empowering their congregation and communicating the variety of ways they can live out their lives of faith.