"Connecting People to Christ"

Able Fellowship

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 What is Able Fellowship?
The Able Fellowship is made up of people with various disabilities and others who support our community. Our goal is to fulfill the call God has on our lives, to serve and glorify Him. Our core message is that God made me, God loves me and God has a plan for my life.  We allow people with disabilities to play a major role in the way our church is run. Defining disability as people who need a little help, The Able Fellowship embraces and promotes the many talents represented by our members. People with disabilities lead prayers, lead music, conduct offerings, help with special music, and perform other church responsibilities.We incorporate learning opportunities through skits, puppets, object lessons, group activities and other creative measures.

Where does Able Fellowship take place?
Able Fellowship is held at St Paul Lutheran Church, 730 CTH PPP Sheboygan Falls.  Time together is often held in the Fellowship Hall but also in the Worship Center. Please use the rotunda entrance (Entrance 2).  St Paul's is handicap accessible, and there are always willing hands to help!

When does Able Fellowship take place?
2nd Friday of every month at 6:30pm 

Who is welcome to attend Able Fellowship?
EVERYONE!  Those with disabilities, those without, care givers and family members.  All are welcome!

Questions about Able Fellowship?
Contact Sabrina Weidner 715-897-1825 or [email protected]