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East Koshkonong
Lutheran Church, ELCA


Sundays at 9:00 a.m.

454 East Church Road
Cambridge, WI 53523
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The Cambridge Food Pantry & Resource Center is open for shopping every Monday evening from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Guests are invited to shop every other Monday. Donation hours are Monday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Wednesday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Thursday 8:00 a.m. till 3 p.m. The Food Pantry is located in the Nikolay Middle School, 211 South Street under the blue canopy.

Items Needed at the Cambridge Food Pantry
Current Food Pantry Needs: laundry detergent, paper towels, sham-poo and conditioner, Ramen Noodles, ketchup, crackers all kinds, hearty soups, pancake mix and syrup.  Thanks!

Food Pantry Volunteers Needed
To volunteer, go to, click on "Get Involved" and then click on "Volunteerism." Scroll down and click on "Food Pantry Volunteer Sign up." We are in need of Volunteers to help clients on Monday Evenings----If you need more information please call Nancy at the Cambridge Food Pantry 423-8142.

Food Pantry: Million Pound Challenge
Please help spread the word and register! For every 1 pound of weight loss or 1 hour of exercise, 10 pounds of food is donated directly to the Cambridge Food Pantry. To register, click on: Select Join a Team, Designate the Cambridge Food Pantry & Resource Center the benefiting hunger relief organization.  Join the Million Pound Challenge today and raise food for the Cambridge Food Pantry. 

Thrivent Members
Consider directing your Thrivent Choice dollars for East Koshkonong ministries, or ministries EKLC supports, such as Lutheran World Relief. To direct your choice dollars call 800-847-4836 or visit

ELCA Global Links
Connect to the global church through

Family Focus
Community Outreach
Family Focus supports our community in a variety of ways. We welcome you to join us for any of our outreach activities. For more information, contact Ann Nottestad at (608) 575-4569 or go to our website.

We Invite You to Get Involved
We as a group, want to be good stewards of God and our community by using our time, talents, and treasures to make a difference in people's lives. If you are feeling called to get more involved, we welcome you to any of our events or planning meetings. For the latest updates from our group, visit us at or “like” us on Facebook at FamilyFocusFun.

Keep in Touch
Be sure to “Like” us on Facebook to stay up-to-date on all our activities – Find us on Facebook at FamilyFocusFun.

Cambridge Area Resource Team
Cambridge Area Resource Team (CART) provides confidential assistance bringing together resources for our neighbors (Individuals/Families/Elderly/Homeless) in our local community to help meet their basic human needs. CART Provides:  Transportation Assistance, Rent & Housing Assistance, Employment Support, Clothing/Housewares, Utility Assistance & Health Care Referrals. CAMBRIDGE AREA RESOURCE TEAM (CART) 223 Jefferson Street (Hwy 18)Suite 1; Cambridge Contact: Pat Long, Phone: (608)423-1423, Email:

lindstroms march 2016

John & Amy Lindstrom Wycliffe Bible Translators
October 2018
Picture and article from John and Amy’s September Newsletter. Complete newsletter is posted in the Church Narthex.
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Lindstrom Newsletter

Good Samaritan Fund
As people in our congregation and community continue to suffer the impact of our recent recession, our congregation has a unique opportunity to care for its neighbors. If you are in need of assistance because of a recent job loss or other financial struggles, please know that you can apply to the EKLC Good Samaritan Fund for financial assistance. If you are a family who would like to help out people who are struggling, but you haven't quite figured out how, consider making a gift to the Good Samaritan Fund. You will know that the money is being used to help people buy food and gas, cover housing expenses, or bring relief from high medical bills and other expenses