Some New Faces

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Back Row (From Left): Pastor Koelpin, Mrs. Ross, Ms. Rischette, and Pastor Paustian. Front Row (From Left): Ms. Mercier, our new ELC director, Ms. Shevey, our new 4-6 grade teacher, and Mr. Kasten, our new part-time principal.

On Sunday, July 14, Bethlehem was blessed to have three new teachers to install at our 8am service: Mr. Ken Kasten as our part-time principal, Ms. Elaina Mercier as our early learning center director, and Ms. Morgan Shevey as our 4-6 grade teacher.

Keep them in your prayers as they begin their ministry with us. We’re very thankful God has blessed us with them!

“Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, his love endures forever.” Psalm 107:1


Veterans’ Day at BLS

Students at BLS took time to thank our Veterans for their service to our country on Thursday, November 9th. Watch our video and enjoy highlights from our Veterans’ Day Program.


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Don’t Miss It! – Dash Down Nash Run/Walk – September 16th

Public welcome! This is a non-competitive run/walk to help raise money for recreation equipment for the new Bethlehem Lutheran Church. The run will start at the current church location, 203 N. Nash St, go out to the new church location and end back where we started. Fun, food and a raffle will take place after the run in the church parking lot. Registration can be done online or by mail.

Fee: Kid’s Run/$5 – Adults/$20 – $50 per family (immediate members only)

Registration/Check In:

Friday, Sept. 15th 4-6pm or Sat, Sept. 16th 7:30 am

Kids Run: 8:30 am

5k: 9:00 am

Food and Raffle: 9:30 am

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Download a mail-in registration form.

Mail Registration form to:

Bethlehem Lutheran Church: Dash Down Nash

203 N. Nash St.

Hortonville, WI 54944

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Back-to-School Bash

Today is the big day! It’s Back-to-School Bash Day! We are celebrating the beginning of a new school year with a worship service at church (8 & 10 AM). After the second service the school will be open for the congregation to tour the school, students to drop off supplies, parents to take care of school business, and all to enjoy some food and fellowship. May God bless this new school year.