Lakeshore e-News

Lakeshore eNews

Worship

  • 2020 Contribution Statements
    Please note we emailed your 2020 contribution statements on January 18th. If you do not have an email address on file, we sent a paper copy to your home address. As always, thank you for supporting this ministry and keeping us up-to-date on your addresses. God's blessings to you all in 2021!
  • Sunday Sermon - January 24th
    Sunday Sermon - January 24th

    Now is the time for us to be reminded why we're here as a church named Lakeshore Lutheran Fellowship. Jesus revealed the rescue operation that the Father sent Him into the world to accomplish. Jesus also now reveals how is bringing His rescue to a lost world through us. Jesus calls us to follow Him and He will use us to catch others and bring them to Him. Join us on this 3rd Sunday in Epiphany for the message "Fishing for People." The Scripture readings are Jonah 3:1-10, 1 Corinthians 7:29-31, and Mark 1:14-20 (CSB).

  • Altar Flowers - January 24th
    Altar Flowers - January 24th To the Glory of God.
  • Lakeshore's Weekly Prayer Theme

    Prayer of the Week (3rd Sunday in Epiphany)

    Almighty and everlasting God, mercifully look upon our infirmities and stretch forth the hand of Your majesty to heal and defend us; through Jesus, Your Son, our Lord, who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

  • NEW...Women's Fellowship Hour
    NEW...Women's Fellowship Hour

    New at Lakeshore; Women’s Fellowship Hour which is open to all women on Wednesdays in the Prayer Room at 1 pm. Come next Wednesday, January 27th to spend time together in community with other Christian women to support each other and to pray. Any questions, please see Vicki Deater.(This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

  • Facebook Live Stream
    Facebook Live Stream Check us out on Facebook! We have our sermons posted LIVE there on Sunday mornings! You can also "Like" Lakeshore Fellowship on Facebook to receive notifications when we post LIVE!
  • YouTube
    YouTube YouTube video messages will be posted within 48 hours after service and can be found at this link. If you would like to watch our services when they are "live", please visit our Facebook Live link here!
  • Mini-Communion Service available February 7th
    Mini-Communion Service available February 7th

    Mini-Communion services are offered every first and third Sunday of each month – meeting in the ARK from 9-9:25 am. Participants must wear a mask 100% of the time, except when taking communion. There will be no singing. Enter and exit by the office entrance doors. You must PRE-REGISTER by Thursday, February 4th (to Pastor’s email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Thank you!

  • Lutherans for Life

    January 23-28 is the national recognition of Life Week, and we wanted to share a link to sign up for daily emails from Lutherans for Life. This year's theme is "From Invisible to Indispensable!" The daily email will contain a devotion focused on the theme of the day, a video testimonial , and most exciting, a code for a ZOOM presentation which will go live each evening at 8:00EST. The list of topics and speakers is impressive. Click this link for details https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/gdP8CpB/LifeWeekLFL

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  • Youth Fundraising Opportunity
    Youth Fundraising Opportunity

    We are bringing back a well-liked fundraiser utilizing The Goody Factory. Please help support our youth and enjoy some “goodies” at the same time! Orders are online only and will be shipped directly to your home. The link is HERE or go to www.SupportMyFundraiser.org and type in the code 738195. Thank you for supporting our youth! Questions, please email Shannon Johnson. (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

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  • Household Necessity Pantry
    Household Necessity Pantry

    The Household Necessities Pantry occurs several times a year where members of our community in need of personal care items are given shampoo, conditioner, bar soap, liquid dish soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, laundry detergent, toilet paper, trash bags & household cleaner. Donations of these items are always welcome! Please contact the church office for details. 

    Members of Lakeshore who are in need; please contact the church office. 
    Our remaining 2021 pantry dates will be February 13, June 19, October 2 & December 11. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Vicki Deater at 1-616-842-6882.

  • Lakeshore Fellowship's Annual Charity Golf Open

    We are excited to announce the return of our Charity Golf Open! We hold this event to support Lakeshore Fellowship Community Outreach. Included in this outreach is helping our local citizens in need through financial support of Supper House in Muskegon.  Brochures are available at the information desk or if you would like one mailed or emailed to you please contact the church office.

    We are looking for:

    1. Volunteers to assist in the overall event planning and also for just "day-of" work to be done.
    2. Event Sponsors - see categories on the brochure.
    3. Raffle Prize donations - items appropriate for our auction/raffle.
    4. Golfers!

    Please contact Jack DeGelder (616-558-6927, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to discuss any and all things related to this event!

    Golf Flyer 


The Lord's Business (Finances)

  • Weekly Financial Report
    Weekly Financial Report

    Contributions arrive through various methods, including online. We will continue to report contributions on a weekly basis, but as a cumulative total for the month to date (MTD).

    Month to date (MTD) January 2021
    General Contributions (1/1/21 thru 1/18/21) $23,824.84; Renew MTD is $1,279.00

    Year to date (YTD) 2020
    General Fund giving thru December 2020 $387,759.50  
    General Fund expenses thru December 2020 $378,419.24

    For information on how to give electronically, please click HERE

Prayer Requests & Praises

  • Remember in Your Prayers
    Remember in Your Prayers

    Prayers for all who have recently been infected with the Covid-19 virus. Prayers also for the many families and individuals under quarantine. 

    Dianne Bramer,
    who had successful foot surgery on January 12th and is home recovering. 

    Jerry Williams, recovery is going well from his heart bypass surgery but continued prayers for healing is appreciated. 

    Eleanor Beuschel, had hip surgery just before Christmas, was home and took a fall, and now had to have surgery again.  Please pray for her and Paul in the recovery process.

    Carol Shake
    requested prayers of Praise and Thanks for her son, Adam's healing. He had been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in August he had completed his chemo just before Christmas and had a PET scan last week that shows all tumors are gone and no residue. Thank you for your prayers.  It is always a blessing when we hear GOOD NEW. 

    Prayer requests for this section of our Enews come from our members via email or phone calls to the office. We would like to keep the prayer needs as up-to-date as possible by posting needs for 2 - 4 weeks at a time.
    Please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at 616-846-8556. If you have a long-term prayer request, please contact us monthly with an update we can share.

  • Prayer Line
    Prayer Line

    Lakeshore Fellowship greatly values the power of prayer and encourages the members to pray for each other! If you desire to pray for the needs of others, please indicate your wish to be added to the prayer line on this Sunday's Connection Card or contact Bonnie Pendell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Pastoral Care
    Pastoral Care

    Are you going into the hospital for surgery? Are you experiencing a crisis in your life? Do you have a need for pastoral care? If you would like someone from the Elder and Deaconess Team, including Pastor Chris, to contact you by phone, have a prayer of healing with you, or make a visit with you to pray and support you with the Word of God, please contact Jayne at the church office (616-846-8556; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). “Is anyone among you sick? Let them call the elders of the church to pray over them…” James 5:14

Other News

  • St. James Lutheran Church in Montague - Job Opportunity
    St. James Lutheran in Montague is searching for a Preschool Teacher Assistant. If interested, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by February 28th. Or call their church office at 231-894-8471.
  • Bring in your empty printer/ink cartridges for recycling
    Bring in your empty printer/ink cartridges for recycling

    Our office is collecting your empty ink cartridges and recycling them for savings at a local store. Please help us defray the cost office supplies. Bring in your empty cartridges and give them to the person behind the Information Center. (There will be a container under the counter for them to place them in.) Thank you all for this support!! Any questions, please contact our office at 616-846-8556.

  • Inclement Weather / Emergency Closings
    Inclement Weather /  Emergency Closings

    If a service or any event is ever cancelled here at Lakeshore, we will post on Facebook and our website at www.lakeshorefellowship.com as well as let the news media know by 3pm Monday thru Saturday and by 8am Sunday. You can check with the following media stations to know if the church will be closed due to bad weather conditions: 

    WCSG (91.3 fm or 103.3 fm in Grand Haven)   WaY fm (89.9 fm)

    WGHN (92.1 fm or 1370 am)       WJQ99 (99.3 fm)

    WOOD-TV       WOTV4       WXSP-TV       WZZM 13

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