First Lutheran Church of Hayward, WI

Click here to view the funeral service for Robert "Bob" Bergum:

Daily Devotion by Pastor Joel Bacon

God of healing and rest, help those whose hearts are heavy and weighed down by many troubles. Comfort their suffering, ease their distress, and carry their burdens. Please pray for: 

Barbara Williamson, Todd Swanson, Jane Wikum, David Grothe, Dave Stevens, Palmer McCoy, Dean Schleeter, Selina and Ryan Carroll, Harry Hodgkinson, Larry Bloom, Family of Bob Bergum, Family of Wallie Meisner, Kay Sieh, Brad Hellerich, Jim Probyn, Friends & Family of Denise Leasure, Troy Morgan

Worship Schedule

  • Wednesday:  6:30pm: Join us on Zoom on Wednesday evenings for Mid-Week Contemporary Advent Worship. Services will begin promptly at 6:30pm and last about 30 minutes. Following worship we will hold small group discussions.
    Zoom link: Click Here to Join or contact the church office for the link.
    Let the HOPE, PEACE, JOY, & LOVE center us!
  • Sunday:  All weekend worship services are through Live-Stream online style at 8:00 am each Sunday morning.  Streaming is on  Facebook or later archived on our Worship page.  To ensure not missing a service be sure to follow or subscribe to get notifications on live broadcasts.

Christmas Worship Schedule

Christmas Eve
8am: Live on Facebook Traditional Worship
5pm: Parking Lot Candlelight Worship
7pm: Parking Lot Candlelight Worship

Christmas Day
10am: The Nativity Story by First Lutheran
friends, narrated by Barbara Klippel

Sunday after Christmas (12/27):
8am: Live on Facebook Traditional Worship

​Liturgical Calendar 2020

The season of Advent begins four Sundays before Christmas (November 29).  Advent comes from the Latin adventus, meaning "coming". For Christians, the season of Advent is a time of preparation for Christmas, a time of patient waiting for the reappearing of Christ, and a time to cultivate the gift of patience for daily life.

Home Holy Communion:

Find a special place within your home to setup an altar. On your altar have: a Candle, a Bible, a Cross, a Cup, and a Dish.

The Body of Christ:  bread of any kind is just fine (or try out our Norwegian Flatbread recipe.)

The Blood of Christ:  wine or grape juice (red in color is symbolic, but any is just fine.)

Communion "lunchables" are available for pick-up in the Church office. 

Click here for Hearts @ Home Communion Liturgy.



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   Let all that you do be done in love.

I Corinthians 16:14