News Letter - Joy of Christ Lutheran Church

Joy News
Joy of Christ
Lutheran Church
784 Kamehameha Hwy.
Pearl City, HI 96782
Official Publication of Joy of Christ Lutheran Church l ELCA l First May/June, 2015 l Vol. 63 l No. 02
IMPORTANT DATES
May 3rd
Noisy Offering
May 5th
Lutheran-Episcopal
Meeting 6:30 pm
x
May 9th
IHS Service - 9:45 am
May 44th
Ascension of Our Lord
May 16th
Work Party
May 23th
Church Council 9:00am
WORSHIP ASSISTANT LISTING FOR MAY AND JUNE, 2015
May 24th
Pentecost Sunday
WEAR RED
Date
Assistant
Minister
Reader
CC Leader
Communion
Assistant
Usher
05/03/2015
Lloyd Puckett
Venus Bermudo
Dee Schiemer
Lloyd Puckett
Dana Westphalen
05/10/2015
Cindy Tamayo
Cindy Tamayo
Kimberly Defenbaugh
Cindy Tamayo
Kimberly Defenbaugh
05/17/2015
Dee Schiemer
BarBara Boddy
Dee Schiemer
Lloyd Puckett
05/24/2015
Dana Westphalen
Dana Westphalen
Dana Westphalen
Dee Schiemer
05/31/2015
Dee Schiemer
Barbara Boddy
06/07/2015
Lloyd Puckett
Lloyd Puckett
Dee Schiemer
Lloyd Puckett
Mary Ohta
06/14/2015
Dee Schiemer
Dee Schiemer
Kimberly Defenbaugh
Dee Schiemer
Kimberly Defenbaugh
06/21/2015
Cindy Tamayo
BarBara Boddy
Dee Schiemer
Cindy Tamayo
Dee Schiemer
06/28/2015
Kimberly Defenbaugh Kimberly Defenbaugh
Dee Schiemer
Kimberly Defenbaugh
Mary Ohta
Dee Schiemer
Dee Schiemer
May 31st
Holy Trinity Sunday
Prayer Shawl Service
June 2nd
Lutheran-Episcopal
Meeting 6:30 pm
June 7th
Noisy Offering
June 13th
IHS Service - 9:45 am
June 20th
Work Party
If you are unable to serve on your scheduled Sunday, call Dee Schiemer at 696-1306. You may find your own
replacement or Dee will find one for you. If you find your own replacement, please call Dee and let her know.
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June 25th
Church Council 6:00pm
MAY 24th
WEAR RED!!!
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Aloha Kakou,
This past Sunday, it will be a full two months since I
began serving as pastor to both Joy of Christ and Christ
Lutheran churches. We’ve had good turn outs at
everyone’s worship services. I sensed a (re)newed
energy level amongst both long term members and newer
worshipers. I, too, have felt a personal/professional
sense of renewal, as well. I am praying that this is God’s
Holy Spirit blowing refreshment and resurrection life
through our gatherings around Word and sacrament, prayer and praise.
Ascension Day, the day when Jesus “went to the Father,” is Thursday, May 14 th.
It’s always forty days after Easter Sunday, which means it is always on a
Thursday. Pentecost Sunday, the day when the Holy Spirit came upon the
followers of Jesus and the Church came into being, is ten days later, on
May 24th. Hence, the name “Pentecost,” which comes from the ancient Greek
word for “fifty,” meaning fifty days after Easter.
These are times for reflecting upon our congregational missions, purposes and
directions. Such reflecting is even more appropriate for us as we ponder our
own new situations as partnered congregations.
How shall we as followers of Jesus in this particular time and place, in 2015, in
Central Oahu, ascend to the Father?
How shall we perceive the Holy Spirit coming upon us?
How shall we be Church with each other and with those around us?
These are key questions in complex, changing and uncertain times. These are
questions to pray about, think about, and talk about with each other.
Some things about the partnership are exciting. Some things we already know
are a challenge. Other things, both exciting and challenging, foreseen and unforeseen, will continue to arise. I look forward to these times of discernment
with you in the next few months.
KeAkua me ke Aloha,
Pr Keith
CELEBRATIONS
MAY
JUNE
BIRTHDAYS
BIRTHDAYS
7—Cory Ohta
13—Ruth Nugent
14—Dayle Carlson
23—Herb Ohta
31—Lloyd Puckett
29—Ruth Peterson
ANNIVERSARIES
20—Ron & Dee Schiemer
27—Cindy & Ferdinand Tamayo
30—Rose & Albert Garcia
ANNIVERSARIES
27—Lloyd Puckett & Venus Bermudo
We would like to celebrate your birthdays, anniversaries and baptismal birthdays with you.
Please call us or email us with your special dates.
CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES
JORDANN TAMAYO
May 16, 2015
St. Louis University
Daughter of Cindy and Ferdinand Tamayo
AMY WESTPHALEN
June 6, 2015
Punahou
Daughter of Dana Westphalen
THE MISSION AT JOY OF CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH
Our mission is to celebrate Jesus Christ our Savior and to reach out to all with this Good News. We seek
to enrich our relationship with God through worship, learning, witness, service & fellowship. We are
caretakers of God’s creation. We will affirm each other’s spiritual gifts and care for all without reserve,
joyfully sharing God’s Love.
JOY OF CHRIST LUTHERAN IDENTITY STATEMENT
We are celebrators of the Joy of Christ, an open community of Christians
committed to spiritual growth.
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Those We Keep in Our Prayers…..
Prayer is an important part of our life together as Christians. Each
week, we list in our bulletin those friends and family that we pray
for both individually and as a community of faith. If you wish to
add someone to our prayer list, please speak with Dee Schiemer or
call her at 808-696-1306.
For those dealing with health issues.
Herb Ohta (member of JOC); Ron & Sue Griffin (friends of Dee Schiemer); Ray Comacho
(nephew of BarBara Boddy); Stephanie Oubelqasse (friend of Dana Westphalen); Anna Gay Kim
(aunt of Deanna Bassett; friend of JOC); Paul Boddy (son of BarBara Boddy); Stephanie Fossum
(cousin of Dee Schiemer); Darren Hochstedler (former JOC member)
For those dealing with cancer.
Bill Petty (friend of John Lehrack); Alice Puckett (sister-in-law of Lloyd Puckett)
For those recovering from health or injury concerns.
For Families that have lost loved ones, those we hear about through news
and those closer to our hearts.
Rev. Hugh Stewart (father of former JOC member); Midori Taketa (mother of Diane Taketa, JOC
Office Manager); Gale Arthur (uncle of Dee Schiemer); Andrea Andrist (friend of John Lehrack); Dave
Hoppe (uncle of Kimberly Defenbaugh); Tiffany Tynes (friend of Valeria Islam)
For victims of natural disasters, man-made disasters and violence in faraway places of strife
and closer to home in domestic situations.
Family & Friends of Venus Bermudo (Typhoon Hayiang); Victims of Natural Disasters
(Typhoon Hayiang, Typhoon Rammasun, Hurricane Gonzolo, earthquake in Nepal); Victims of Violence (Girls in Nigeria);
For guidance.
Lana Hughes Molina (friend of Dee Schiemer); Brandon Ferguson (nephew of Dee Schiemer),
Thomas and Melanie Schiemer and Ally Vivo (Son and family of Dee Schiemer); Bill Summers
(father of Dee Schiemer); Linda Snooks (wife of Thomas Snooks)
For new lives in marriage.
Adam & Madeline (Maddy) Arocha Heierman (friends of Joy of Christ ); Lloyd & Venus Bermudo Puckett (members of JOC); Robert & Angelicia (Nikki) Ward Schiemer (nephew of Ron
Schiemer); Brent & Chrissy Sabbann Whipple (cousins of Dee Schiemer); Heath & Brooke Lodin Tulp
(friends of Ron and Dee Schiemer); Charles & Caroline Oxley Allen (friends of JOC)
For New Lives,
Stian John Landgren (son of Rita & Travis Landgren - friends of Dee Schiemer); Hayden-Rain &
Kaylen-Rose Valdez (daughters of Luika Lee-Valdez & Keola Valdez – friends of Joy of Christ); Aiden Lynn Allen (son of Philip Glenn & Tristan Allen - friends of Thomas & Linda Snooks)
For those who are expecting additions to their family.
Moshammed Islam (family of Valeria Islam)
Join thousands of knitters, crocheters, quilters of all faiths who are creating handmade shawls for those in need. Join with Dee Schiemer and Mary Ohta as we
make shawls here at Joy of Christ. Don’t knit or crochet or quilt? Don’t worry,
we are a patient group and will be more than willing to help you learn. If you do
not have the time or inclination to learn at this time, we are also accepting
donations of yarn.
NEXT PRAYER SHAWL SERVICE: May 31, 2015
If you know someone who could use a shawl, please let Dee Schiemer
or Pastor Keith know.
Published by
Joy of Christ
LUTHERAN CHURCH  ELCA
784 Kamehameha Hwy.  Pearl City, HI 96782
Church Office: (808) 455-1138  Fax (808) 456-2369
Web site: www.joyofchristhawaii.org
JoyNews information can be e-mailed to [email protected]
Next Deadline: April June15, 2015
Answered Prayers.
Adelaide Delano (aunt of Dee Schiemer)
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FEEDING BODY AND SOUL
The next three months, we’ll be serving at I.H.S. on Saturdays,
May 9th and June 13th. Can you help cook? Be ther e by
9:45 am. Only have time to help serve? We’ll meet you at
11:45! Questions? Talk to Lloyd Puckett! And in partnership
with St. Timothy’s, we continue to outreach those in need at
Blaisdell Park on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month.
Interested? Please see a council member for more details.
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ADULT CLASS CONTINUES
Luther: Gospel, Law and Reformation
Martin Luther is so interesting to study, Professor Phillip Cary believes, because he is so controversial. In
fact, Luther may be more interesting to study today because the controversy surrounding him is more complicated—less black-and-white—than when he was alive.
Many Catholics today find things in Luther to respect and admire, while many Protestants reject aspects of his
legacy as misguided, embarrassing, or even evil.
Luther: Gospel, Law, and Reformation will help you r each your own conclusions. This cour se explor es
Luther's theology, the circumstances surrounding his conclusion that the papacy was "antichrist," and major
issues and events in the Reformation as it unfolded in Luther's life after he posted his famous 95 Theses on the
door of the church of Wittenberg, Germany, in 1517.
Class is held every Sunday after worship in the Library. We begin approximately 10:15 with a half hour video
lecture or two and finish with some great discussion about the lectures we just saw. Class may be cancelled if
worship schedule requires.
Upcoming Lectures
Lecture 20: Luther and Protestantism
Lecture 21: Luther and Politics
Lecture 22: Luther and His Enemies
Lecture 23: Luther and the Jews
Lecture 24: Luther and Modernity
After the last lecture and discussion, we will discuss our next educational opportunity. Will it be another video lecture or book study, a basic bible study or a Lutheran study? Come and voice your opinion.
Joy of Christ Church Council Meeting Highlights
March 28, 2015
Members Present: Pastor Keith Wolter, Dana Westphalen, Lloyd Puckett, Cindy Tamayo, Amy Westphalen,
Dee Schiemer, Kimberly Defenbaugh
Others Present: Mitch Klein
This meeting was called to order at 1:38 pm @ Joy of Christ
Preparation
Opening prayer/Devotions
Review Agenda
Approval of minutes from March 8, 2015-approved with changes suggested
Old Business
-Future Council meetings to be held last Thursday of each month. Next meeting will be April 30th.
-Ongoing relationship with Christ Lutheran Church. Cindy and Dana will get together with Christ
Lutheran Church representatives in the near future
-Incidental insurance was not included in last months pastoral salary documents. It will be approximately
$144 per month and will cover term life insurance, retiree support and disability.
-We are looking for an installation date to install Pastor Keith. Our hope is Reverend Tim Phillips will
come in addition to Bishop Murray Finck to be a part of that service.
Facility Issues
-Lanai ceiling tiles being replaced. They should be done by end of April.
-We are expecting quotes from Kevin Barnes concerning sound equipment in sanctuary. We would like
to mount the speakers and hide the wires to facilitate a cleaner look..
-We are considering painting the interior of the church and are awaiting quotes. Our Saturday AA Outreach group has offered to assist with painting.
-Outreach Group Contracts are in the process of being updated and will be out soon.
-Work days continue to be on the 3rd Saturday of each month..
New Business
-Property Possibilities—With an aging building and the possibility of Honolulu Rail Line Community
Development monies, we are looking for new ways to refurbish our property. If there are companies willing to build now income housing, we may need to think, talk and pray about the future
possibility of a church/housing facility on our existing property. Pastor Keith will ask Jean Lilly
with Habitat for Humanity for meet with the council and discuss possibilities.
Reports received from Pastor, President and Treasurer
Next Meeting-April 30, 2015
Adjournment– 3:24pm
Highlights taken from Minutes prepared by the Secretary and approved by the council.
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FEEDING BODY AND SOUL
The next three months, we’ll be serving at I.H.S. on Saturdays,
May 9th and June 13th. Can you help cook? Be ther e by
9:45 am. Only have time to help serve? We’ll meet you at
11:45! Questions? Talk to Lloyd Puckett! And in partnership
with St. Timothy’s, we continue to outreach those in need at
Blaisdell Park on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month.
Interested? Please see a council member for more details.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ADULT CLASS CONTINUES
Luther: Gospel, Law and Reformation
Martin Luther is so interesting to study, Professor Phillip Cary believes, because he is so controversial. In
fact, Luther may be more interesting to study today because the controversy surrounding him is more complicated—less black-and-white—than when he was alive.
Many Catholics today find things in Luther to respect and admire, while many Protestants reject aspects of his
legacy as misguided, embarrassing, or even evil.
Luther: Gospel, Law, and Reformation will help you r each your own conclusions. This cour se explor es
Luther's theology, the circumstances surrounding his conclusion that the papacy was "antichrist," and major
issues and events in the Reformation as it unfolded in Luther's life after he posted his famous 95 Theses on the
door of the church of Wittenberg, Germany, in 1517.
Class is held every Sunday after worship in the Library. We begin approximately 10:15 with a half hour video
lecture or two and finish with some great discussion about the lectures we just saw. Class may be cancelled if
worship schedule requires.
Upcoming Lectures
Lecture 20: Luther and Protestantism
Lecture 21: Luther and Politics
Lecture 22: Luther and His Enemies
Lecture 23: Luther and the Jews
Lecture 24: Luther and Modernity
After the last lecture and discussion, we will discuss our next educational opportunity. Will it be another video lecture or book study, a basic bible study or a Lutheran study? Come and voice your opinion.
Joy of Christ Church Council Meeting Highlights
March 28, 2015
Members Present: Pastor Keith Wolter, Dana Westphalen, Lloyd Puckett, Cindy Tamayo, Amy Westphalen,
Dee Schiemer, Kimberly Defenbaugh
Others Present: Mitch Klein
This meeting was called to order at 1:38 pm @ Joy of Christ
Preparation
Opening prayer/Devotions
Review Agenda
Approval of minutes from March 8, 2015-approved with changes suggested
Old Business
-Future Council meetings to be held last Thursday of each month. Next meeting will be April 30th.
-Ongoing relationship with Christ Lutheran Church. Cindy and Dana will get together with Christ
Lutheran Church representatives in the near future
-Incidental insurance was not included in last months pastoral salary documents. It will be approximately
$144 per month and will cover term life insurance, retiree support and disability.
-We are looking for an installation date to install Pastor Keith. Our hope is Reverend Tim Phillips will
come in addition to Bishop Murray Finck to be a part of that service.
Facility Issues
-Lanai ceiling tiles being replaced. They should be done by end of April.
-We are expecting quotes from Kevin Barnes concerning sound equipment in sanctuary. We would like
to mount the speakers and hide the wires to facilitate a cleaner look..
-We are considering painting the interior of the church and are awaiting quotes. Our Saturday AA Outreach group has offered to assist with painting.
-Outreach Group Contracts are in the process of being updated and will be out soon.
-Work days continue to be on the 3rd Saturday of each month..
New Business
-Property Possibilities—With an aging building and the possibility of Honolulu Rail Line Community
Development monies, we are looking for new ways to refurbish our property. If there are companies willing to build now income housing, we may need to think, talk and pray about the future
possibility of a church/housing facility on our existing property. Pastor Keith will ask Jean Lilly
with Habitat for Humanity for meet with the council and discuss possibilities.
Reports received from Pastor, President and Treasurer
Next Meeting-April 30, 2015
Adjournment– 3:24pm
Highlights taken from Minutes prepared by the Secretary and approved by the council.
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5
Those We Keep in Our Prayers…..
Prayer is an important part of our life together as Christians. Each
week, we list in our bulletin those friends and family that we pray
for both individually and as a community of faith. If you wish to
add someone to our prayer list, please speak with Dee Schiemer or
call her at 808-696-1306.
For those dealing with health issues.
Herb Ohta (member of JOC); Ron & Sue Griffin (friends of Dee Schiemer); Ray Comacho
(nephew of BarBara Boddy); Stephanie Oubelqasse (friend of Dana Westphalen); Anna Gay Kim
(aunt of Deanna Bassett; friend of JOC); Paul Boddy (son of BarBara Boddy); Stephanie Fossum
(cousin of Dee Schiemer); Darren Hochstedler (former JOC member)
For those dealing with cancer.
Bill Petty (friend of John Lehrack); Alice Puckett (sister-in-law of Lloyd Puckett)
For those recovering from health or injury concerns.
For Families that have lost loved ones, those we hear about through news
and those closer to our hearts.
Rev. Hugh Stewart (father of former JOC member); Midori Taketa (mother of Diane Taketa, JOC
Office Manager); Gale Arthur (uncle of Dee Schiemer); Andrea Andrist (friend of John Lehrack); Dave
Hoppe (uncle of Kimberly Defenbaugh); Tiffany Tynes (friend of Valeria Islam)
For victims of natural disasters, man-made disasters and violence in faraway places of strife
and closer to home in domestic situations.
Family & Friends of Venus Bermudo (Typhoon Hayiang); Victims of Natural Disasters
(Typhoon Hayiang, Typhoon Rammasun, Hurricane Gonzolo, earthquake in Nepal); Victims of Violence (Girls in Nigeria);
For guidance.
Lana Hughes Molina (friend of Dee Schiemer); Brandon Ferguson (nephew of Dee Schiemer),
Thomas and Melanie Schiemer and Ally Vivo (Son and family of Dee Schiemer); Bill Summers
(father of Dee Schiemer); Linda Snooks (wife of Thomas Snooks)
For new lives in marriage.
Adam & Madeline (Maddy) Arocha Heierman (friends of Joy of Christ ); Lloyd & Venus Bermudo Puckett (members of JOC); Robert & Angelicia (Nikki) Ward Schiemer (nephew of Ron
Schiemer); Brent & Chrissy Sabbann Whipple (cousins of Dee Schiemer); Heath & Brooke Lodin Tulp
(friends of Ron and Dee Schiemer); Charles & Caroline Oxley Allen (friends of JOC)
For New Lives,
Stian John Landgren (son of Rita & Travis Landgren - friends of Dee Schiemer); Hayden-Rain &
Kaylen-Rose Valdez (daughters of Luika Lee-Valdez & Keola Valdez – friends of Joy of Christ); Aiden Lynn Allen (son of Philip Glenn & Tristan Allen - friends of Thomas & Linda Snooks)
For those who are expecting additions to their family.
Moshammed Islam (family of Valeria Islam)
Join thousands of knitters, crocheters, quilters of all faiths who are creating handmade shawls for those in need. Join with Dee Schiemer and Mary Ohta as we
make shawls here at Joy of Christ. Don’t knit or crochet or quilt? Don’t worry,
we are a patient group and will be more than willing to help you learn. If you do
not have the time or inclination to learn at this time, we are also accepting
donations of yarn.
NEXT PRAYER SHAWL SERVICE: May 31, 2015
If you know someone who could use a shawl, please let Dee Schiemer
or Pastor Keith know.
Published by
Joy of Christ
LUTHERAN CHURCH  ELCA
784 Kamehameha Hwy.  Pearl City, HI 96782
Church Office: (808) 455-1138  Fax (808) 456-2369
Web site: www.joyofchristhawaii.org
JoyNews information can be e-mailed to [email protected]
Next Deadline: April June15, 2015
Answered Prayers.
Adelaide Delano (aunt of Dee Schiemer)
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Aloha Kakou,
This past Sunday, it will be a full two months since I
began serving as pastor to both Joy of Christ and Christ
Lutheran churches. We’ve had good turn outs at
everyone’s worship services. I sensed a (re)newed
energy level amongst both long term members and newer
worshipers. I, too, have felt a personal/professional
sense of renewal, as well. I am praying that this is God’s
Holy Spirit blowing refreshment and resurrection life
through our gatherings around Word and sacrament, prayer and praise.
Ascension Day, the day when Jesus “went to the Father,” is Thursday, May 14 th.
It’s always forty days after Easter Sunday, which means it is always on a
Thursday. Pentecost Sunday, the day when the Holy Spirit came upon the
followers of Jesus and the Church came into being, is ten days later, on
May 24th. Hence, the name “Pentecost,” which comes from the ancient Greek
word for “fifty,” meaning fifty days after Easter.
These are times for reflecting upon our congregational missions, purposes and
directions. Such reflecting is even more appropriate for us as we ponder our
own new situations as partnered congregations.
How shall we as followers of Jesus in this particular time and place, in 2015, in
Central Oahu, ascend to the Father?
How shall we perceive the Holy Spirit coming upon us?
How shall we be Church with each other and with those around us?
These are key questions in complex, changing and uncertain times. These are
questions to pray about, think about, and talk about with each other.
Some things about the partnership are exciting. Some things we already know
are a challenge. Other things, both exciting and challenging, foreseen and unforeseen, will continue to arise. I look forward to these times of discernment
with you in the next few months.
KeAkua me ke Aloha,
Pr Keith
CELEBRATIONS
MAY
JUNE
BIRTHDAYS
BIRTHDAYS
7—Cory Ohta
13—Ruth Nugent
14—Dayle Carlson
23—Herb Ohta
31—Lloyd Puckett
29—Ruth Peterson
ANNIVERSARIES
20—Ron & Dee Schiemer
27—Cindy & Ferdinand Tamayo
30—Rose & Albert Garcia
ANNIVERSARIES
27—Lloyd Puckett & Venus Bermudo
We would like to celebrate your birthdays, anniversaries and baptismal birthdays with you.
Please call us or email us with your special dates.
CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES
JORDANN TAMAYO
May 16, 2015
St. Louis University
Daughter of Cindy and Ferdinand Tamayo
AMY WESTPHALEN
June 6, 2015
Punahou
Daughter of Dana Westphalen
THE MISSION AT JOY OF CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH
Our mission is to celebrate Jesus Christ our Savior and to reach out to all with this Good News. We seek
to enrich our relationship with God through worship, learning, witness, service & fellowship. We are
caretakers of God’s creation. We will affirm each other’s spiritual gifts and care for all without reserve,
joyfully sharing God’s Love.
JOY OF CHRIST LUTHERAN IDENTITY STATEMENT
We are celebrators of the Joy of Christ, an open community of Christians
committed to spiritual growth.
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Joy News
Joy of Christ
Lutheran Church
784 Kamehameha Hwy.
Pearl City, HI 96782
Official Publication of Joy of Christ Lutheran Church l ELCA l First May/June, 2015 l Vol. 63 l No. 02
IMPORTANT DATES
May 3rd
Noisy Offering
May 5th
Lutheran-Episcopal
Meeting 6:30 pm
x
May 9th
IHS Service - 9:45 am
May 44th
Ascension of Our Lord
May 16th
Work Party
May 23th
Church Council 9:00am
WORSHIP ASSISTANT LISTING FOR MAY AND JUNE, 2015
May 24th
Pentecost Sunday
WEAR RED
Date
Assistant
Minister
Reader
CC Leader
Communion
Assistant
Usher
05/03/2015
Lloyd Puckett
Venus Bermudo
Dee Schiemer
Lloyd Puckett
Dana Westphalen
05/10/2015
Cindy Tamayo
Cindy Tamayo
Kimberly Defenbaugh
Cindy Tamayo
Kimberly Defenbaugh
05/17/2015
Dee Schiemer
BarBara Boddy
Dee Schiemer
Lloyd Puckett
05/24/2015
Dana Westphalen
Dana Westphalen
Dana Westphalen
Dee Schiemer
05/31/2015
Dee Schiemer
Barbara Boddy
06/07/2015
Lloyd Puckett
Lloyd Puckett
Dee Schiemer
Lloyd Puckett
Mary Ohta
06/14/2015
Dee Schiemer
Dee Schiemer
Kimberly Defenbaugh
Dee Schiemer
Kimberly Defenbaugh
06/21/2015
Cindy Tamayo
BarBara Boddy
Dee Schiemer
Cindy Tamayo
Dee Schiemer
06/28/2015
Kimberly Defenbaugh Kimberly Defenbaugh
Dee Schiemer
Kimberly Defenbaugh
Mary Ohta
Dee Schiemer
Dee Schiemer
May 31st
Holy Trinity Sunday
Prayer Shawl Service
June 2nd
Lutheran-Episcopal
Meeting 6:30 pm
June 7th
Noisy Offering
June 13th
IHS Service - 9:45 am
June 20th
Work Party
If you are unable to serve on your scheduled Sunday, call Dee Schiemer at 696-1306. You may find your own
replacement or Dee will find one for you. If you find your own replacement, please call Dee and let her know.
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June 25th
Church Council 6:00pm
MAY 24th
WEAR RED!!!
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