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WORSHIP DIRECTORY

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CHURCHES OF NORTHERN WISCONSIN AND THE WESTERN U.P.

DAILY GLOBE


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Churches 2016 Apostolic Lutheran Church, Ironwood ..................................................page 3 Calvary Baptist Church, Wakefield ....................................................page 4 Catalyst Baptist Church, Ironwood ......................................................page 6 Catholic Churches, Bessemer, Wakefield & Marenisco ....................page 7 Christ Lutheran Parish, Ironwood ........................................................page 8 Church of Transfiguration-Episcopal, Ironwood ....................................page 9 Cornerstone Church, Ramsay ............................................................page 11 First Presbyterian Church, Hurley ....................................................page 12 Grace Open Church, Ramsay............................................................page 13 Havenwood Baptist Church, Hurley ..................................................page 14 Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ironwood ................................................page 15 Living Hope Church, Winchester......................................................page 16 Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood ..........................................................page 18 PSALM Shared Ministries, Bessemer, Wakefield ..........................page 19 Saint Ann’s Catholic Church, Saxon ..................................................page 21 St Mary of the Seven Dolors, Hurley ............................................page 22 St Paul’s Lutheran Church, Mass City ............................................page 23 Trinity Lutheran Church, Ironwood ..................................................page 24 Watersmeet Bible Church, Watersmeet ..........................................page 25 WELS Lutheran Churches, Hurley, Mercer & Bruce Crossing ....page 26 Wesley United Methodist Church, Ironwood ..................................page 27 White Pine Community United Methodist Church, White Pine ....page 28 Woodland Church, Ironwood ..............................................................page 29


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Apostolic Lutheran Church 326 West Aurora St. Ironwood, MI 49938 906-932-3465 alcironwood.org Pastor: Bruce Estola

Worship Services Echoes of Mercy Radio Broadcast: Sunday 7:00 a.m. on AM 590 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Adult Class: 10:00 a.m. Sunday: 10:45 a.m. Bible Study: Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Women’s Bible Study: Thursday 1:00 p.m. Youth Group: Thursday (every other week) 8:00 p.m. Communion: First Sunday of the Month Community Night Meal: Last Saturday of every month 5:00 p.m. Mission: To fulfill the great commission that Jesus gave. To preach repentance and remission of sins. We believe in the triune God, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We believe that the Bible is the inerrant Word of God, which brings faith to man so that he can be saved. We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, who became flesh to redeem mankind. There is salvation in no other, for there is no other name that can save. We preach and teach from the King James Bible, which we believe to be an accurate translation from the original languages. We believe that man is saved by grace, through faith, which is a free gift from God, and that God calls us to lead holy lives, for we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works. The Apostolic Lutheran Church of Ironwood is part of an international federation of congregations (www.apostoliclutheran.org). It has its roots in Scandinavia and came to America with the immigrants in the late 1800’s. The congregation met in homes until building a church on Sutherland Street which was occupied until 1981. We purchased and renovated our current building, the former National T store on Aurora Street. This building was dedicated on July 19, 1981 and has undergone exterior renovation in the last 10 years.

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Calvary Baptist Church 1201 Peters Street Wakefield, MI 49968 Church phone: (906) 229-5207 baptistwakefield.org email: pastor@baptistwakefield.org Pastor: Michael Riley

Worship Services Sunday School: 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship: 11:00 a.m. Afternoon: 1:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting: Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. Our core commitment is that the church is not our invention; the church belongs to Jesus Christ, and his Word, the Bible, is our authority. For that reason, we seek to submit to Scripture in every aspect of church life. Our agenda is not set by our preferences, but by the Word of God. Because we believe that the Bible is the authority for the church, our services are characterized by thorough teaching from Scripture. Our goal in each sermon is to take the biblical text and explain what it means, in context, and how that applies to us. We also make much of theology: because we believe that the Bible is the inerrant Word of God, we are convinced that there is value in seeking to understand how it all fits together. But the goal of Bible study is not academic: the first and greatest commandment is to love God with our whole beings, and the second is to love our neighbors as ourselves. We believe that the Bible reveals God’s plan of redemption: that God’s standard is perfect holiness, that we all sin and fall short of his requirement, and that Jesus Christ has met that standard in our place, taking the punishment that we deserve and offering to us his righteousness, to be received by faith. This gospel, the good news of Jesus Christ, is the most important message of our church. Our goal is to proclaim this good news so that people are converted to Christ. Then, we work to help Christians grow in spiritual maturity, in their knowledge of Scripture, so that they too are equipped to do the work of ministry, so that the whole church is involved in building one another up in Christ. We seek to grow in love for God, exalting him in worship that is reverent, so that we learn to prize his kindness and his majesty. We believe that the church is central to God’s work in the world today, and that being part of the church is not merely optional for people who believe Jesus. In the church, we find encouragement to continue in love and good works, accountability, and a community in which we can show the love of Christ to one another. Ephesians 3:21: “To him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen.”


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Catalyst Baptist Church 222 E. Aurora Street, Ironwood, MI (906) 201-4082 email: ian@catalystbaptist.org Website: https://catalystbaptistchurch.wordpress.com/

Worship Services Our Sunday Worship service is at 11:00am We Tell Bible Stories on Tuesdays at 6:00pm Catalyst is the youngest church in the Ironwood area. We opened our doors in August 2015 and are growing and adding new ministries. We believe the Great Commission is still alive and our responsibility to it has not waned. We aim to change lives through the power of the Holy Spirit while changing our community one person at a time. The Gospel is a true catalyst for change and we are harvesters in the field. We decided to plant Catalyst Baptist Church in Ironwood because there was a need. As long as there is one unbelieving person in our community, there is work left to do, and there are many more than that. We are Gospel preaching, Bible-thumping, believers in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior.


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CATHOLIC CHURCHES BESSEMER, WAKEFIELD, MARENISCO Pastor: Fr. Dominic Agyapong Tri-Parish Office± 906-667-0952 FB± Triparish Bessemer Current Bulletins± seekandfind.com

St. Sebastian, Bessemer 210 East Iron St. *Saturday Mass± 4:00 p.m. *Sunday Mass± 8:30 a.m.

Immaculate Conception, Wakefield 407 Ascherman St. *Saturday Mass± 6:00 p.m. *Sunday Mass± 10:30 a.m.

St. Catherine, Marenisco 407 Main St. *Sunday Mass - 8:00 a.m.

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Christ Lutheran Parish 333 E. Aurora St., Ironwood, Michigan We are a partnership of four Evangelical Lutheran Churches in America (ELCA) congregations christ-elca-ironwood.com Find us on Facebook.

Salem Lutheran Church

Zion Lutheran Church

333 E. Aurora Street Sunday Worship: 9:00 a.m. (906) 932-1510

100 W. Midland Street Sunday Worship: 9:00 a.m. (906) 932-1320

St. John’s Lutheran

St. Paul Lutheran Church

E5071 Airport Road Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m. (2nd and 4th Sundays)

111 S. Curry Street Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. (906) 932-0601

Christ Lutheran Parish Praise Worship: Saturday 5:00 p.m. Hosted by Zion Lutheran Church 100 W. Midland Street, Ironwood, MI 49938 Pastor: Mary Beth Kovanen Pastor: Kurt Kovanen On the 3rd Sunday of the month, all four congregations come together for one worship service. The location rotates among the different churches. Please call the Parish office at (906) 932-1510 for information concerning the 3rd Sunday joint parish worship schedule. Salem, St. John’s, St. Paul and Zion each live out the story of Jesus in a particular way, seeking to follow God’s call with joy and thanksgiving. Faith and Fellowship for Youth is offered through an after school Wednesday “Kid’s Club” and confirmation ministry held at Salem Lutheran Church, 333 E. Aurora St. (Sept.-May) from 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.


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Church of the Transfiguration - Episcopal 336 East Aurora Street Ironwood, MI 49938 906-932-4395 Pastors: The Rev. Manuel Padilla, Ministry Developer The Rev. Gil Kangas

Worship Services Sundays: 11:00 a.m. Fellowship: Following Sunday Service Bible Study Thursdays: 1:30 p.m. In the fall of 1888, seven years after Al Norrie sank the first mine shaft in Gogebic County and one year before Ironwood was incorporated, some women of Ironwood formed the Episcopal Ladies Society. In the spring of 1889 the people organized the Mission of St. Paul and held services in rented rooms. St. Paul’s Mission called a rector and made plans to secure a building. They purchased two lots on the corner of Aurora and Marquette Streets and moved a building to the site. The newly founded St. Paul’s Episcopal Mission Church held services on Easter Day 1890. In 1892 St. Paul’s became part of the newly incorporated Episcopal Diocese of Northern Michigan. The Diocese of Northern Michigan includes all the counties of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. St. Paul’s Church began a fund drive to raise monies to build a stone church when Mr. Al Norrie promised to donate $1,000 for that purpose. St. Paul’s secured all the materials and labor for the new building locally, with trap rock quarried north of Ironwood and wood obtain from the Montreal Lumber Company. The corner stone was laid on July 7, 1896. The building was completed the following year at a cost of $8,000. The name of the church was changed to the Church of the Transfiguration. That new name was used at the consecration service. Over the years there have been upgrades and improvements made to the property, including the installation of an electric pipe organ, in 1925, the memorial donation of a rose window installed in 1937, and the installation of the other stained glass windows we now have in the church. Since 1995 Transfiguration has participated in what the members of the Diocese of Northern Michigan have come to call Mutual Ministry. Mutual Ministry emphasizes that the responsibility for the mission and ministry of the congregation rests with its members. To that end we have a strong emphasis on theological education for all our members so that they may be more effective in fulfilling their commitment to Christ. The education efforts of the congregation are overseen by a District Ministry Developer. The District Ministry Developer has oversight of seven congregations in western end of the Diocese of Northern Michigan. The District MD travels to Transfiguration every Thursday to meet with congregational leaders and to offer educational classes at 1:30. Transfiguration offers Communion Services twice monthly alternating with Morning Prayer.

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Cornerstone Church

N10344 Mill Street, Ramsay, MI 49911 We are located between Bessemer and Wakefield. Turn at the flashing light and go south 1 mile to downtown Ramsay. 906-663-4700 www.cornerstoneup.com E-mail: contact@cornerstoneup.com Find us on the Radio! Sunday Mornings: 7:30 a.m. on WUPY 101.1 FM (Ontonagon station) and 8:00 a.m. on WCQM 98.3 (Park Falls)

Worship Services Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Wednesday Family Night: 6:00 p.m. (Free, home-cooked, sit-down dinner every Wednesday night!) Mission: At Cornerstone, our goals are to love God, love people, and serve the world. We are a NonDenominational, Christian Church. Our worship is a mix of contemporary and traditional music that ALWAYS exalts Jesus; and our fellowship is constantly growing both in number and in quality.  We believe the Word of God is paramount, and we acknowledge that prayer is absolutely essential-  the very foundation upon which every ministry is firmly planted.  If you come to Cornerstone, dress casually, and be prepared to be welcomed with open arms by a group of people who believe that God can do anything!  We’ll see you at Church!

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First Presbyterian Church 205 4th Avenue So., P.O. Box 309, Hurley, WI 54534 Pastor Rev. Donald Nickolson (715) 373-0679

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Sunday Service: 9:15 AM Sunday School: 9:15 AM, Coffee and Fellowship every Sunday after service. Communion served the first Sunday of the month and during holidays. Women’s Circle - Meets once a month on Wednesday at 1:00 PM Brief history: First Presbyterian Church was founded December 6, 1885, and has been at its present location since September 12, 1886. Sunday School was organized September 26, 1887. On September 28, 1963, the Iron Belt congregation voted to unite with the Hurley church. Saxon-Gurney Community Church is yoked to the Hurley church and both share the same minister. the Rev. Donald Nickelson has been pastor since December 1, 1998.

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Grace Open Church 7 Mill Street Ramsay, MI 49959 Office: 906-932-5094 Contact: 906-224-2061

Worship Services Sunday Worship: 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. Sunday Fellowship: 9:00 - 9:30 a.m. Grace Open Church meets in the “little white church” in Ramsay. The history of the building itself is not clear, except that it was donated many, many years ago to a congregation of believers with the understanding it would always be used as a church. And it is to this day. The concept of the “Open Church” is based on the early Christian church found in 1Cor. 14:26. “What then should we say, brothers and sisters? When you come together, each of you has a hymn, a word of instruction, a revelation, a tongue, or an interpretation “The result is found in 1Cor. 14:3. The church then experiences edification, exhortation and comfort. Doctrinally, we acknowledge God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit, the Triune God. God is our creator, omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent. It was His love for us that caused Him to send His only son, Jesus Christ, the die on the cross for the sins of the world and to rise from the dead as our Redeemer. Through the sacrifice of Christ on the cross, we only have to confess that we are sinners, repent and accept the gift that Jesus gives and receive the hope of eternal life. Our service includes prayer, sharing of blessings and struggles, teachings from anyone so led and singing. We welcome all who wish to join us. We function as a family where everyone is supported, lifted up in prayer, edified and encouraged to study God’s word, the Bible, and to use your God-given gifts. One of our goals in worship is to encourage each member to actively participate in the service. Although we do not have a pastor, we have a governing board that is elected by the members. The leadership and authority comes from the lay people of the congregation with decisions being made during business meetings. We actively support a variety of local charities financially as well as supporting missionaries in and out of the U.S. We invite you to join us and discover a back to basics style of worship that will stay with you through your week. Bring your thoughts and questions and we will do all we can to edify, exhort, comfort and support you in an authentic, honest and open setting.

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Havenwood Baptist Church 501 Copper Street, Hurley, WI 54534 Church Phone: (715) 561-9921 Email: havenwoodbaptist@gmail.com

Website: havenwoodbaptist.org Pastor Steve Newman (906) 364-7420

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Sunday School: 10:00 AM, Morning Worship: 11:00 AM, Afternoon Bible Study: 1:00 PM Midweek Prayer and Bible Study: Wednesday, 7:00 PM

Why go to church? Is it because everything is geared toward us, our desires, our comfort, and our likes and dislikes? Or is there something more to worshiping God? What would happen if a church had a simpler approach? Havenwood Baptist Church is dedicated to simple Christian ministry principles, such as Gospel preaching and Bible teaching; family atmosphere; Biblical counseling and reverent worship. Our aim is to help you grow as a healthy believer through personal attention, accountability and discipleship.

The Bible is still the textbook at Havenwood, and all are encouraged to bring and use their Bibles. Jesus Himself said “Thy Word is truth” (John 17:17). God’s word is that which tells us why we need to be saved, and how we can be saved. It also tells us about the wonderful God we serve and how we can know Him!

We all need help, whether we realize it or not. We need God’s help, and we are helped by God and others in our spiritual family. What is most helpful in God’s sight? God and His word offer solutions when we are willing to put our struggles in a Bible context and seek God’s answers. Whether we consider marriage, families, or the needs of those with particular issues, or even in trouble with the law, we are confident in God’s solutions. God and His word are sufficient for the needs of man today!

God describes His local body of believers as a spiritual family (Eph. 3:15). We believe it is valuable for all in a church fellowship to relate to one another, including children, young adults, and seniors. These times can allow us to build a true togetherness and encouragement. Jesus did not come to be served, but to serve. Come see us and let’s serve our great God together!


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Immanuel Lutheran Church “The Little Church by the Big Lake”

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Living Hope Church 1010 County Road O Winchester, WI 54557 715-686-7650 livinghopesermons.com email: livinghope4@centurytel.net, jbnuce@gmail.com Pastors: Richard Krenz, John Nuce

Worship Services Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Thursday Bible Studies: 7:00 p.m. Communion: Last Sunday at 6:00 p.m. Mission: We are a Christ-centered, Bible preaching church whose purpose is to encourage and equip the saints to take the saving message of Jesus Christ to our community and to our world. In 1993 the Lord established Living Hope Church in Winchester, WI, first as a Bible study on Sunday evenings, developing soon after into a rejoicing fellowship of believers. Pastor Richard Krenz was the founding Pastor and continues to faithfully preach God’s Word. In recent years he has been joined by Pastor John Nuce, who shares in the privilege of teaching and preaching. Living Hope Church believes in what the Apostle Paul called the simplicity of Christ. The Name of our faith is Jesus Christ, and it is our desire to exalt, worship and praise Him first and foremost. It is the saving truth that God gave His Son, Jesus, to become a man and dwell with us here on this earth, to die in our place for our sins, and to rise again the third day; every man must hear and believe this truth to be saved and secure in Christ forever. We focus on this simple message as we work line by line, verse by verse, book by book through the Bible on Sunday mornings and Thursday evenings. Our worship services consist of singing hymns and choruses that exalt and praise our Savior, followed by the preaching of God’s Word. Our midweek Bible studies are on Thursday nights at 7:00. In these informal studies, we take a book of the Bible and study together verse by verse, striving to observe what God says, trust and believe Him, and apply these truths in our lives for His glory. Our sermons are available at livinghopesermons.com free of charge for your edification. We invite you to join us on Sunday mornings for worship at 9:30 a.m. at the corner of Highway O and W in Winchester, WI.


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Our Lady of Peace Parish Ironwood Catholic Community 108 South Marquette St., Ironwood, MI 49938 906-932-0174 website: www.olop.homestead.com email: olopiwd@gmail.com

Parish Pastoral Staff Fr. Robb Jurkovich, Pastor Charles H. Gervasio, Deacon Robert A. Hamen, Deacon Tammie Ruby, Secretary

Mass Times Saturdays: 4:00 p.m. Sunday 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning 7:00 a.m. on WUPM Radio 106.9 FM

All Saints Catholic Academy 106 South Marquette Street, Ironwood, MI 49938 906-932-3200 Emily Lightfoot, Lead Teacher Little Lambs Program (Infant Toddler Room) Pre-K to 3rd Grade Virtual School 4th - 12th Grade Our Lady of Peace Parish is a Catholic Community of compassionate, welcoming and Spirit-filled people. Our encounters with Christ through the Word and Eucharist compels us to spread the Good News, reach out to others and show Christ in our words and actions.


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PSALM Shared Ministries (Pastor Shared and Lutheran Ministry) All Saints Lutheran Church 1202 Putnam Blvd. Wakefield, MI 49968 906-224-8421

Sharon Lutheran Church 100 East Sellar Street Bessemer, MI 49911 906-667-0891

Pastor: Rev. Bill Jacobson PSALM Shared Ministries is a cooperative effort of All Saints Lutheran Church, Wakefield and Sharon Lutheran Church, Bessemer as we come together to share resources and opportunities to do ministry in our community and in the world.

Worship Services Saturday: 5:30 p.m. @ All Saints, Wakefield Sunday: 8:30 a.m. @ Sharon, Bessemer 10:30 a.m. @ All Saints, Wakefield We celebrate Holy Communion weekly at each service. Sunday morning services are followed by a time of coffee and fellowship. There are educational opportunities each Sunday morning at All Saints and Wednesday afternoon at Sharon As two established and well know Lutheran congregations in the area, we continue to explore what it means to be church together by having different worship and education options available in our communities as well as sharing together in ministry opportunities. as we discover them. We welcome you to stop by and to share in our many worship, ministry and fellowship opportunities as you are able.

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Saint Ann’s Catholic Church 14233 N Church St., P.O. Box 100 Saxon, WI 54559 Office Phone 715-893-2236 *messages only

Pastor: Father Frank Kordek, OFM Contact at: St. Mary’s Rectory in Hurley at 715-561-2606 Volunteer Staff Members Bulletin Secretaries: Deb Swartz & Bobby Massoglia Public Relations: Deb Swartz

Worship Services Sunday Mass: 8:45 a.m. / Holy Days - times scheduled throughout the year Mission: St. Ann’s Parish of Saxon is a Catholic faith community that makes the Eucharist the primary celebration of our unity in Christ. We are committed to nourishing spiritual needs and to responding with our gifts to Jesus’ call to stewardship both locally and in our world. St. Ann’s Parish was founded in 1886 in Saxon, Wisconsin, where a log school house served as the home to a founding congregation. In 1908 the current church was constructed to house a growing membership, at the highest location in the Town of Saxon, where it stands today. The church’s location is a key to its welcoming, soaring bell tower, inviting all to join who may be passing through or looking for a church home. The 1950’s ranch style home, which stands next to the church, served as the Rectory and home for many priests through the years, until the parish was clustered together with other parishes. The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carandolet then took up residence to provide service to the parish and local community. The former Rectory/Convent has now become the Parish Office and newly refurbished Parish Activity Center. The new Activity Center serves as a meeting place for an active St. Ann’s Service Club, the Catholic Christian Doctrine (CCD) Center for the youth of our parish, and the Parish Religious Library. The pride in maintaining the 100 year old church building continues with the restoration of the beautiful stained glass windows, and the continuation of upgrading the church structure itself. Recently St. Ann’s parishioners distinguished themselves by reaching 100% of its monetary goal for the Superior Diocese in its “Faith in Our Future” Campaign; to provide funding for support of our local parish needs, an endowment fund for medical expenses of retired priests, and the education of seminarians. St. Ann’s Service Club sponsors an Annual Fall Festival each September.  Funds raised are used to benefit local community groups and individuals in need of assistance. Through the generosity of local businesses, parish members, and Fall Festival attendees, we are able to donate to several charities; locally, regionally, and around the world.  St. Ann’s Parish holds a monthly Family Day Mass, with the youth involved in the ministries of the Mass. A coffee social brunch is also served once per month, usually following the Family Day Mass on the last Sunday of each month. We invite you to join us for Sunday morning Mass at 8:45 a.m.  All are welcome, in this place; St. Ann’s Parish, Saxon, Wisconsin.


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St. Mary of the Seven Dolors 404 Iron Street Hurley, WI 54534 715-561-2606 stmaryshurley.org email: stmary7dolors@gmail.com

Pastor: Father Frank Kordek O.F.M.

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Monday – Mass 8:00 a.m. Tuesday – Mass 5:30 p.m. Wednesday – Thursday – Friday Mass 8:00 a.m. Saturday – Vigil Mass 4:00 p.m. Sunday – Mass 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

In the booming, brawling Hurley area community of 1885 and 1886, the missionary priest Fr. Chrysostom was the first visiting presence of the Catholic Church. In 1887 Father Gilbert Nuono gave the fledgling St. Mary’s parish its firm footing over the next 18 years. In 1891 St. Mary’s school opened to 120 students and served the Hurley community for nearly 100 years. In 1905 the new Diocese of Superior was formed and one of the first requests that came to the new bishop was from Fr. Nuono to build a new church for St. Mary’s. The church with the cornerstone was laid in 1906 and wasn’t finished until 1908. With the mines and the bustling lumber industry, Hurley had seen its heyday. With the decline of these economies, the Hurley area had become more dependent upon smaller industries, winter recreation and a service economy. St. Mary’s has shared in the communities lessening population as it falls in number while increasing in age. St. Mary’s church faces the same challenges and opportunities as the rest of the churches of the Diocese of Superior and of the United States. The shortage of priests has made us look directly at the need for consolidation and co-operation with other parishes. The church is actively recruiting and training parishioners to assume roles of leadership and ministry in our parish. Whatever direction of the Spirit leads us, we can be thankful for the faith and the efforts of those who have made St. Mary’s into what it is to-day. St. Mary’s 300 plus members church has several involved organizations and ministries. They have a group of dedicated lectors, Eucharistic ministers, altar servers and several lay ministers. They have an active communion distribution group for shut-ins and they provide many other ministries. They have an active music ministry, which is led by Jody DeCarlo-Schneider, Choir Director. The Religious Education Department is headed by Leone Sobrack. They also have an active Prayer Shawl Ministry.


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St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (ELCA) 1409 Ridge Ave., P.O. Box 9 Mass City, MI 49948 Office – 906-883-3602 Fax – 906-883-3610 Website: www.northernlights-up.org Look for us on Facebook “Northern Lights Lutheran Parish” E-mail: nllp@jamadots.com Pastor: Rev. Jay E. Welshonse Pastor’s E-mail: pastor@northernlights-up.org

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Sunday Worship: 10:00 a.m. (EST) Bible Adventures: Wednesday 4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. September-May Communion: Celebrated weekly during Worship

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Mass City, founded in 1901 by Finnish immigrants, is part of the Northern Great Lakes Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. We gather in worship weekly, centered on God’s word and God’s meal. Whether you come to church on your own, with a significant other, or with a family in tow, you are invited to come and see God’s work in your life and the life of this community. On the third Monday of every month, our church basement is transformed into a family dinner table as we host a FREE, home-cooked meal where everyone is welcome. Food is cooked on-site and served from 3:006:00 p.m. (EST) – we even have takeaway containers if you want to bring some home or to share with a neighbor. From September to May, all children age 4 through sixth grade are invited to attend the Wednesday After-school Bible Adventure. This is a weekly hour-long program full of fun, snacks and learning the stories of God’s love as together we build a sense of faith and community. We also host an ecumenical Vacation Bible School Day Camp each summer welcoming children from across the area. St. Paul’s also has active group of quilters who meet on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. (EST) Even if you can’t thread a needle, you are welcome to come, learn and get to know some fantastic women as you do God’s work with your own hands. St. Paul’s seeks opportunities to serve our neighbors, both across the street and across the globe. Simple Gifts, the collection of all the loose coins in the Sunday offerings, is sent to the Ontonagon St. Vincent de Paul Society. The annual ‘mitten tree’ collects hats, mittens, gloves, and scarves for the St. Nicholas Project. The annual Harvest Dinner provides funds for donations to area charities. The Malaria Net Project, a monthly after-church fellowship begun in 2008, raises funds to provide insecticidal nets for the Eastern and Costal Diocese of Tanzania. Our congregation is in partnership with two other Lutheran churches: Siloa Lutheran of Ontonagon and First Lutheran in Winona. Together we are the Northern Lights Lutheran Parish, dedicated to serving our neighbors both near and far. We gather together for worship 3-4 times a year.


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Trinity Lutheran Church 60 years of faithful service E5104 Margaret Street Ironwood, MI 49938 Office: 906-932-3022 Fax: 906-932-5583 email: trinityironwood@yahoo.com trinityironwood.org Find us on Facebook Pastor: Kurt Brandon

Worship Services 5:30 p.m. Saturday Night Alive 8:00 a.m. Sunday morning worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning worship 9:15 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Study Midweek Bible Studies Trinity Lutheran Daycare/Preschool 906-932-3088 The mission of the Trinity Lutheran Church is to unitedly proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to serve the community.

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Watersmeet Bible Church E23640 US Highway 2 Watersmeet, MI 49969 (906) 358-4744 watersmeetbiblechurch.com (Sermons Online) Pastor Tony LaMouria (765)307-8601 www.imagebearer.blogspot.com

Service Times: Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 AM Wednesday Bible Study 6 PM Wednesday Prayer Open Meeting 9 AM Formerly known as Watersmeet Baptist Church, Watersmeet Bible Church was established in 1931 based on the proposition that the Bible is the Word of God, being the final authority of all faith and practice; and the desire to be an independent Church. The new property, located on the corner of US Highway 2 and Basphy Rd in Watersmeet, MI was built in 1996 after a unanimous vote, and the necessary funds being raised within two weeks! Watersmeet Bible Church strives to proclaim and demonstrate the Gospel in such a way that God is pleased in us loving and honoring Him with everything we are and have; and that our community will experience that we selflessly and actively love our neighbors as ourselves. Our Preaching is practical and applicable personally and corporately, and our outreach efforts are personal and compassionate. We are realists in the sense that we know we are still sinners saved only through grace and there will always be heartache and challenges to work through as a family, but Jesus Christ is also real, and His victory and sufficient sacrifice together with the counsel of His Word provide everything we need to endure, encourage, and grow together in grace. We hope to see you if you are in our neck of the woods. Literally situated in the middle of the Ottawa National Forest, we would love to see you whether it be for a season, a vacation, or a new place to call home! We do have limited child care for the nursery age and Children’s church for 1-6th grade during the worship service for those who choose to have their children dismissed at that time.

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ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN HURLEY 309 2nd Ave North *Sunday Service- 11:00 a.m. *Sunday School- 9:45 a.m.

BETHANY LUTHERAN, BRUCE CROSSING 5344 Hwy 28 West *Sunday Service- 5:00 p.m. (ET) *Sunday School– Wed. at 4:00 p.m. (ET)

ZION LUTHERAN, MERCER 4947 N US HWY 51 *Sunday Service- 9:00 a.m. *Sunday School–Wed. at 4:00 p.m.


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Wesley United Methodist Church 500 East McLeod Ave., P.O. Box 9, Ironwood, MI 49938 906-932-3900 Toll free 1-866-747-5676 ironwoodwesleyumc.org email: iwumc@charter.net Pastor: Rev. Rosemary DeHut

Service to the Community Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Communion—First and Third Sunday Adult Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Sunday Bible Studies with the pastor. Contact the church for information. Choir practice—Tuesday 5 p.m. Christian Kids Club Wednesday during the school year—3:30 to 5 p.m. Women’s prayer group—Wednesday 10 a.m. Stepping Stones—Jail support ministry support group –Thursday 10 a.m. United Methodist Women—Last Thursday of the month at 1:30 p.m. Men’s Prayer Breakfast—Last Sat. of the month—8 a.m.

Open hearts – Open minds – Open doors Our mission statement is “To welcome people into the family of Jesus Christ: growing together in our faith journey, witnessing to God’s blessings, serving Christ and glorifying His name.” Methodism took root in Ironwood over 125 years ago with the founding of the Swedish Methodist Church (later Grace Methodist) in the spring of 1886. Later in that year, several English families began meeting in a house on Vaughn St., leading to building in 1887 of the First Methodist Church across from the present day Memorial building. A new church was erected in 1892 at the location of the present church. A fire destroyed that church and today’s church was built in 1910 of granite from the hills south of the city. The Newport Methodist Church (also known as the English Methodist Church) was organized in 1886, with a church being built in the early 1900s. At one time there was also a Finnish Methodist Church, of which minimal history has survived. Multi-cultural traditions came together when in 1950 Grace joined with First Methodist, and then in 1960, the Newport Methodist Church merged with the other two. The combined churches became Wesley United Methodist Church. Although numbers have decreased, the congregation has remained steadfast through the years in professing God’s love. The worship service is enhanced by beautiful music played on the Moller Pipe Organ, known for its solid foundation of tones and orchestral voices from the pipes. Wesley United Methodist has reached out to the neighborhood surrounding the church, with Christmas parties, picnics, and by sponsoring campership scholarships for area youth. Everyone is welcome to come and worship with us.


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White Pine Community United Methodist Church 9 Tamarack Street, P.O. Box 158, White Pine, MI 906-885-5419 whitepinecommunityumc.org email: upcumc@yahoo.com Pastor: Rev. Rosemary DeHut

Worship Services Sunday: Praise Singing 8:45 a.m. • Service 9:00 a.m. Eastern Time

Making Disciples for Jesus Bible Study Sundays at 4:00 p.m.; Youth Group Sundays at 6:00 p.m. Christian Kids’ Club (Christian education for elementary children) after school on Mondays Confirmation Class after school on Mondays

Ministries Good Neighbor Fund, help with food, gas, utilities Many opportunities to support missions worldwide Love boxes for soldiers United Methodist Women Men’s Prayer Breakfast Friendship Tea for Missions Vacation Bible School Worship on the Mountain (October 2nd, 2016 at the Porkie’s Ski Chalet) The White Pine Community United Methodist Church opened for worship in 1954. Originally known as the White Pine Community Church, it was the first church in White Pine. The Methodist Church was the only church willing to send a pastor into the wilderness known as White Pine, thus it became the Methodist Community Church. Membership and ministry has fluctuated with the growth and the decline of the White Pine Copper Mine and the White Pine Community. Today the church is thriving, with ministries for all ages. Sunday morning worship is led by a praise team of guitar, key board, percussion, flute and cornet. The music is a blend of contemporary and traditional hymns. The preaching is from the Word of God. Communion is twice a month. The White Pine Community United Methodist Church is known for “Reaching out into the community with the love of Jesus.” The church is a people who practice the United Methodist theme of ‘Open Minds, Open Hearts, Open Doors.’ You are invited to worship and to join any of the ministry programs. Check us out at our website for ongoing programs times and dates.


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Woodland Church

N10234 Curry St. Ironwood, MI 49938 Office: 906-932-1102 Pastor: 906-364-0393 woodlandchurchironwood.com email: pastormike@woodlandchurchironwood.com Pastor: Mike Hill

Worship Services Sunday School: 9:00 a.m. Sunday Praise & Worship: 10:00 a.m. Fellowship immediately after the service Mid-Week Get Real Bible Study Discussion group: Tuesday 6:30 p.m. Communion: First Sunday of every month Mission: The Woodland Church exists to acknowledge God as supreme, to enjoy, cherish and honor Him in order to accomplish His purpose. To embrace the new life in Christ according to 2 Corinthians 5:17, “If anyone is in Christ, he/she is a new creation, the old has gone, and the new has come.” Tuesday night Bible Study is open to everyone. It is led by Pastor Mike and he strongly encourages questions and discussion from the group. The purpose of our studies is to gain a greater understanding of why we believe as we do by using the Word of God as the ultimate guide for what we adhere to as the Truth. What should I wear? We invite you come to Woodland just as YOU are. We are very casual, some will be wearing jeans and some will be dressed up a bit more. You might find our Pastor wearing a suit or jeans or slacks and a casual shirt. So if you have a funky hair style or tattoos don’t feel like you need to change that or cover them up. Will I stand out in the crowd as a new person or be asked to do anything weird? Rest assured you won’t. We want your time with us to be enjoyable and we will not do anything to put you on the spot, make you feel uncomfortable or cause you to stand out in the crowd. Is there a Nursery? A nursery is available during the service for newborn through pre-K. Your children are more than welcome to stay in the sanctuary with you during the worship service as well if you’d like. Counseling available: Pastor Mike is an AACC certified counselor.

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What is a pasty?

Webster definition: pasty (pas´te) - a pie, esp. a meat pie.

Joe’s definition: pasty (pas´te) - lean ground beef, diced potatoes and onions, wrapped in a delicate crust.

Now, having said that, please don’t be afraid to try our other varieties of pasties! •Traditional •Chicken •Cornish •Breakfast •Veggie •Finnish We’d also like to note that we do not serve gravy with our pasties. We recommend good old-fashioned ketchup. Mmmm!

History of the Pasty The pasty originated in Cornwall, England. During the Upper Michigan iron ore boom, Cornish miners, known as “cousin jacks,” and their wives, “cousin jennies,” are given credit for bringing pasties to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Iron ore miners, who spent many long hours underground, would eat the pasty for lunch. The pasty was a convenient meal and could be transported within the miner’s pocket. The Barbera family has been serving “the best” pasty since 1946 in Ironwood, Michigan. Yes, that makes us Yoopers! People from all over the U.S. have enjoyed Joe’s pasties. If you have never tasted a pasty, try them now at Joe’s where the original is still made!

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