MAY 2015 NEWSLETTER - Redeemer Lutheran Green Bay

MAY 2015
NEWSLETTER
Redeemer Lutheran Church
210 S. Oneida
Mailing Address:
205 Hudson St.
Green Bay, WI 54303
Phone: 920-499-1033
Website:
www.redeemerlutherangb.com
E-Mail: [email protected]
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Redeemer Mission Statement
We share with all people the
good news of Jesus Christ,
teaching faith and love.
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Inside This Issue
Exec Committee Mtg Minutes ..2-4
Financial Report ........................... 4
Prayer List ..................................... 5
Church News ................................ 6
This ’n That .................................. 7
Bible Readings ............................. 7
Worship Volunteers ...................... 8
Birthdays, Anniversaries .............. 9
Upcoming Events ......................... 9
Official Acts ................................... 9
Calendar .....................................10
June Newsletter Deadline:
All newsletter articles for May are
due in the church office by Sunday,
May 17, 2015.
This newsletter is published monthly.
Dear Friends in Christ,
Glenn Bergelin sent me the following story, and since I found it so
moving and meaningful, I thought that I would share it with all of you.
A man's daughter had asked the local minister to come to pray with her
father. When the minister arrived, he found the man lying in bed with his head
propped up on two pillows. An empty chair sat beside his bed. The minister
assumed that the old fellow had been informed of his visit. “I guess you were
expecting me,” he said. “No, who are you?” said the father. The minister told
him his name and then remarked, “I saw the empty chair and I figured you
knew I was going to show up.”
“Oh yeah, the chair,” said the bedridden man. “Would you mind closing
the door?” Puzzled, the minister shut the door. “I have never told anyone this,
not even my daughter,” said the man. “But all of my life I have never known
how to pray. At church I used to hear the pastor talk about prayer, but it went
right over my head. I abandoned any attempt at prayer,” the old man continued,
“until one day four years ago, my best friend said to me, ‘Johnny, prayer is just a
simple matter of having a conversation with Jesus. Here is what I suggest. Sit
down in a chair; place an empty chair in front of you, and in faith see Jesus on
the chair. It's not spooky because He promised, ‘I will be with you always.’ Then
just speak to Him in the same way you're doing with me right now.'”
“So, I tried it and I've liked it so much that I do it a couple of hours every
day. I'm careful though. If my daughter saw me talking to an empty chair, she'd
either have a nervous breakdown or send me off to the funny farm.”
The minister was deeply moved by the story and encouraged the old
man to continue on the journey. Then he prayed with him, anointed him with oil,
and returned to the church.
Two nights later the daughter called to tell the minister that her daddy
had died that afternoon. “Did he die in peace?” he asked. “Yes, when I left the
house about two o'clock, he called me over to his bedside, told me he loved me
and kissed me on the cheek. When I got back from the store an hour later, I
found him. But there was something strange about his death. Apparently, just
before Daddy died, he leaned over and rested his head on the chair beside the
bed. What do you make of that?” The minister wiped a tear from his eye and
said, “I wish we could all go like that.”
Remember the words of the first verse of “What a Friend We Have in
Jesus”? “What a friend we have in Jesus, all our sins and griefs to bear. What a
privilege to carry everything to God in prayer.” What a blessing to know that we
can go to our Friend, and talk with Him as a friend, unburdening our minds,
hearts, and souls to Him, and in the end resting in His loving and nail-scarred
hands. Rest yourselves in the Lord! He is your life and salvation!
In His love,
Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
Redeemer Lutheran Church
Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
The meeting was called to order by Chairman Dan Schreiber at 6:30 p.m. Pastor opened the meeting with a reading
from a portion of the Passion Story, followed by a prayer.
Minutes from the March 10, 2015 Executive Committee meeting were reviewed. A motion was made and seconded to
approve the minutes as written. The motion passed unanimously.
Pastor’s Report: Pastor shared the Church attendance volumes for the month of March. During the month of March
there were (5) adult Bible classes, (4) Confirmation classes, (13) hospital visits, (7) shut in visits, (2) nursing home
services, (1) counseling session, (2) jail visits. Six new members joined Redeemer: Brad Anthony by Adult Confirmation
(3/1/15), Angie Muenster by Adult Confirmation (3/1/15), Cole Miller by Adult Confirmation (3/8/15), Brad Swenty by
Adult Baptism (3/8/15), Charlotte Swenty by Holy Baptism (3/8/15), and Grady James Thyes by Holy Baptism
(3/15/15). There was one funeral, Dorothy Wegener on 3/21/15. There were no wedding/anniversary services or
other membership changes made. Current baptized membership is 488; current communicant membership is 397.
There was an Elders meeting on 3/2/15, Board of Property meeting on 3/3/15, School Board meeting on 3/3/15,
Executive Committee meeting on 3/10/15, Circuit Pastors’ meeting on 3/9/15, and Board of Mission and Ministry
meeting on 3/17/15.
School Board Report: Pastor reported that there is one outstanding balance for a Cougar Care bill that the School
Board is pursuing. The Church Attendance records for families with students receiving tuition assistance from
Redeemer was shared. The School Board has recently made some changes to the tuition policy for students who are
receiving tuition assistance from Redeemer. The School Board is in the process of following up with the families who
are not meeting the Church attendance requirements.
Green Bay Trinity Lutheran School Update:
Enrollment: Current projection is approximately 85 students for next year.
Event Recap:
* The Lenten meals held on March 18 and 25 were well attended with positive feedback.
* Trinity Sunday on March 22nd went well.
*NBC aired a story on Trinity’s participation in the Old Glory Honor Flight.
*Thursday, April 9th, the Old Glory Honor Flight Welcome Home Celebration was well attended by Trinity families.
Pictures of this event are posted on Trinity’s Facebook page.
Upcoming Events:
*Friday, April 24th there will be an Old Glory Honor Flight Fundraising Dinner in the Trinity gym starting at 5:30 pm.
*Saturday, April 25th there will be an Old Glory Honor Flight Fundraising Lunch in the Trinity gym starting at 1:00 pm.
*Congregational members can see the flyers and hand-outs that are in the back of Redeemer Church for more
information about the Old Glory Honor Flight fundraisers. There is limited seating, register in advance.
*Friday, April 24th: Knowledge Bowl
*Saturday, April 25th: Piano recital at the Neville Public Museum: time TBD
*Friday, May 8th: Spring Musical at 6:30 pm
*May 4-10: Scholastic Book Fair
*Thursday, May 30th: Graduation
*Saturday, September 12th: Summer’s Last Blast
*Planning meetings will be starting this month. Looking for people to serve either on the main
Committee or one of the event sub-committees
Miscellaneous:
* Updated fundraising policy and guidelines were approved.
*Accreditation planning continues.
*Recruitment plans/timeline are being developed.
*The projected deficit remains at $10,000 - $15,000 at the end of the Fiscal year (July 31).
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Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
Board of Elders’ Report: The Board of Elders met on Monday, April 13, 2015. Pastor has received the “Truth Project”
materials and will be rolling this out in the near future. Redeemer Lutheran Church has joined Faith Lutheran Church
in the calling of a Director of Christian Education (DCE) (3/4 time for Faith, ¼ time for Redeemer). This was approved
at the last Congregational meeting held in February. Jeff and Paula Goin are representing Redeemer on the DCE Call
Committee. Jeff gave a brief update on the progress of the search for a DCE. The needs for additional Sacristans are
being addressed. Samples of a worship service invitation “business” card was presented for discussion. The
“business card” will have service times, bible study times and scripture verses for various situations. The annual
Elders/Pastor Retreat is being held the weekend of April 17, 2015. Preliminary discussions of the next Fiscal Year
budget were held. The next Board of Elders meeting is scheduled for Monday, May 4 th at 6:30 pm.
Board of Mission and Ministry Report: Pastor reported that one of the Board members visited Ruby’s Pantry and
brought back a report. A representative from Ruby’s Pantry will be attending the next Board of Mission and Ministry
meeting. The Vacation Bible School dates have been set. A program from CPH will be used for the younger children
and Camp Counselors from Camp Luther will be utilized for the older children.
Board of Property Report: Perry Wegener reported that school classroom renovations are on hold until the School
Board decides whether or not to pursue daycare/pre-school programs. The Board is getting new bids on the
resurfacing of the parking lot. Saturday, May 9th has been set for the outdoor/landscaping clean up on the Church and
School properties. A new sink will be installed in the Usher’s room. The Board is waiting on prices for the elevator up
to the balcony. The Board is working on a price guide and policies for renting out the school.
It was brought to the attention of the Board of Property that there is an issue with the toilet in the bathroom of the
Mother’s Room, in that it continues to run after being flushed. Elmer Nienow reported that he noticed a substantial
increase in the Church’s water bill and he began to look into it. Elmer will continue to work with the City’s Water Utility
regarding the bill. He will also put out “Adopt a Bill’s” to help cover the cost. Perry stated that he will have the Board of
Property members check into the situation. They will also check the toilets in the basement bathrooms.
Financial Updates: Elmer Nienow, Congregational Treasurer, reported the following: Mortgage LCEF balance is
$361,671.70 + Cougar LCEF balance is $40,240.56 for a total of $401,912.26. Adopt-a-bill as of 4/5/2015 is
$2065.13. The checkbook balance as of 3-31-15 is $2939.78. Our Loan from savings is $9,494.00. There is
$34,114.57 in savings.
Ross Corey, Financial Secretary, reported that the March 2015 offerings were $30,043, compared to $22,692 in
February. Total March income was $43,673 including offerings, Adopt-a-Bill, debt reduction, and Thrivent Choice.
Total expenses paid were $33,828. Fiscal year-to-date offerings total $216,497 compared to budgeted offerings to
date of $228,650. Through March 2015 we have received $64,666 through our Partnership in Ministry (PIM)
campaign which means that we have received $12,933 (20%) to use for outreach activities to spread God’s Word,
$25,866 (40%) towards projects (including security cameras, classroom renovations, chair lifts and parking lot
resurfacing) and $25,866 (40%) to pay down the mortgage principle. The total amount pledged for the three year
campaign was $101,348 so we have received approximately 63.8% of the amount pledged at the end of the first two
years.
Discussion was held regarding the amount of money in our loan from savings ($9,494.00) and the need to pay that
back to our savings account. Following a discussion, a motion was made to take 20% of the monthly debt reduction
income and put it towards the loan from savings that we owe ourselves. The motion was seconded and unanimously
approved.
Old Business:
Trinity School Funding Model: Brad reported that a meeting has been set for August 22, 2015 to discuss the funding
model for Trinity School. He will bring information back to the Executive Committee as it becomes available.
Redeemer Strategic Plan: Dan reported that he is in the process of following up with previous Congregational
Leadership with regards to the identification of key elements that are to be included in a Strategic Plan for Redeemer.
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Executive Committee & Financial Report
Benevolent Fund: It has been identified that there is a need to add a line item in the new budget for the Benevolent
Fund. Pastor is receiving more requests for financial help than there is money for in the current Benevolent Fund.
Pastor reported that he recently received $80 from Pat Taylor for this fund. The money is from UWGB concession
volunteers. There is currently $573 in this account.
New Business:
Next Fiscal Year Budget: The remainder of the meeting was used to put a preliminary budget for the next Fiscal Year
together.
Upcoming meetings:
Tuesday, May 12, 2015: Full Council Meeting
Sunday, May 17, 2015: Congregational Meeting – Budget Approval
Tuesday, June 9, 2015: Executive Committee Meeting
The meeting was adjourned at 8:35 p.m. and closed with a prayer from Pastor.
Respectfully submitted,
Jennifer Nehring
Congregational Secretary
Financial Report
March 2015 offerings were $30,043, compared to $22,692 in February. Total March income was $43,673 including
offerings, “Adopt a Bill”, debt reduction, and Thrivent choice. Total expenses paid were $33,828. Fiscal year to date
offerings total $216,497, compared to budgeted offerings to date of $228,650.
As of the end of March our mortgage balance is down to $363,438 and the Cougar Care loan is down to $40,536. We
were hoping to repay more of the money we borrowed from our savings account, but our income was lower than
projected. Our income from the Thrivent programs was greater than originally projected. We are thankful to all who
have contributed so that we may continue to be current on our bills and obligations.
Through March 2015 we have received $64,666 through our Partnership in Ministry (PIM) campaign which means we
have received $12,933 (20%) to use for outreach activities to spread God’s Word, $25,866 (40%) toward projects
(including security cameras, classroom renovations, chair lifts and parking lot resurfacing) and $25,866 (40%) to pay
down the mortgage principle. The total amount pledged for the three year campaign was $101,348 so we have
received approximately 63.8% of the amount pledged at the end of the first two years.
Respectfully,
Ross Corey
Financial Secretary
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PRAYER LIST
International Concerns:
Persecuted Christians
Earthquake victims in Nepal
Hospitalized:
Gladys Meath
Undergoing Treatment:
Nora Brown
Haven Burris –friend of Jeremiah Goin Family
Karen Clark –sister of Becki Larson
Barbara Gapp-friend of Julie Zimmer
Tom Gendill –brother-in-law of Joanne Pludeman
Jim Greene
Mary Groh
Dale Hedtke –nephew of Cecelia Chlopek
Sara Hronek –granddaughter of Cecelia Chlopek
& neice of Jeff & Bonnie Domke
Don Kieweg
Charlie Knuth-friend of Jeremiah Goin
Tianna Lange
Chris Wagner-Shelia Ferron’s aunt
Recovering:
Glenn Bergelin
Margie Bergelin
Luanne Herman
Marian Kiley –mother of John Kiley
Ruth Kohn - mother of Joanne Pludeman
Frieda Landgraf
Hazel Malueg
Polly Mikkola
Jean Palomino
Lucille Schmidt
Dave Strehlow
Aiden Van Lanen
Perry Wegener
Jim Willams- brother of Becki Larsen
Mike Williams –father of Becki Larsen
Sandy Wilson –sister-in-law of Kiewegs
Ongoing Health Problems:
Neal Anderson
Paul Berntson - uncle of Christina Flores
Donna Branch - mother of Mary Pett
Marjory Holmes
Ron Howard
Helen Joslin
Sue Kienitz - sister in law of Neal & Ann Anderson
Tom Krahl –friend of Petts
Mary Kramer– sister in law of Llew Kramer
Sue Nehring
Lila Schroeder - sister in law of Pat Taylor
Charmaine Scott –mother of David Tucker
Todd Valitchka
Don Van Pay - Jim Delvoye Sr. stepfather
Doug Vercauteren
Larry & Bernice Vomastic
School Ministry:
N.E.W. Lutheran High School
Trinity Lutheran School
Missionary Overseas:
Anne Davies
Elliot & Serena Derricks
Military Personnel Overseas:
Tess Bogner
Tyler Hischke –nephew of Steve & Linda Druckrey
Blake Howard- grandson of Orvel & Vi Howard
Ben Hurlbert
Trent Lehrkind
Marcus & Maggie Noll - friend of Tess Bogner
Nick Olp - NEW Graduate in the Marines
Adam Siekmann –grandson of Vernon & Joyce Siekmann
Nathan Schroeder - nephew of Pat Taylor
Cameron Wiese - grandson of Clyde Druckrey
Updated: 4-28-15
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CHURCH NEWS
FELLOWSHIP CLUB
This is our schedule for the year.
June 5 - meeting at Bubolz's in Shawano
Sept. 11 - Potluck at school meeting room
Oct. 9 - Work day for Booyah
Oct. 10 - Chicken Booyah Day
Nov. 6 - Pizza Party at school meeting room
Dec. 4 - Christmas Party in Gym
We hope you can join us for any of these occasions. We
do not have a membership - just come. Please watch the
bulletins for more information.
We are in need of help Oct. 10 for cooking the Booyah.
Please consider helping.
SUNDAY SCHOOL SCHEDULE
May 3
May 10
May 17
September
Confirmation Class will not meet
Mother’s Day Class will not meet
Last Day
We will start up again.
OUTDOOR CLEAN UP
Saturday, May 9th the Board Of Property will be holding
an outdoor cleanup day of the Redeemer Property,
weather permitting. Anyone who is willing and able, your
help is greatly appreciated!
CONGREGATIONAL MEETING
There will be a Congregational Meeting on Sunday, May
17th at noon to budget for the next fiscal year. Following
the meeting, the Elders are sponsoring a pot luck meal
and a viewing of The Truth Project. Bring your favorite
dish to share. Everyone is encouraged and invited to
attend!
PICTURES WANTED
We will soon be adding a “picture page” to the monthly
newsletter. Whenever two or more are gathered in His
name, please consider snapping a few pictures with your
phone or camera and sharing them with the rest of your
Church family. If you have pictures from any recent
events at Redeemer Lutheran please email them to the
Church office at [email protected]
Tickets are available online at http://www.newlhs.com/
who/golfouting.cfm or by calling the school office at 4696810. Get your foursomes together for a great day on
the course!
Your Congregational Rummage Sale
Thank you to everyone that helped at/with the Spring
Sale in any way—donated, helped out, advertized, at the
sale or pack up after the sale. $921.65 was raised for
the school roof replacement loan. Please save your
items for the next sale!
VBS NEEDS YOUR HELP!
Redeemer Lutheran will be sponsoring this year’s
Vacation Bible School from June 22nd-25th. We have
asked Camp Luther to lead the four day event. We are
looking for volunteers to assist the Camp Luther
Counselor, prepare the snacks for the day and the
donation of food. Please see the sheets in the back of
the church. If you have question, please contact Sheila
Mannisto @ 619-1033.
VBS
will be starting before we know it. Redeemer Lutheran
will be sponsoring this year’s Vacation Bible School from
June 22nd-25th. We are looking for 2 people to teach
VBS for PK4 to Kindergarten between the hours of 8:30
to 12:00. If you are interested please contact Sheila
Mannisto.
$CRIP
A $325 check was given to Brad VanLanen for the Trinity
Eagle Fund. The amount came from $crip proceeds
during the month of March. Thank you to everyone using
$crip! If any other Redeemer-affiliated organization
would like to have a month’s worth of $crip funds, please
talk to Cindy Pfister or Jodie Ellingson about setting it up.
SAVE THE DATE
10th annual Redeemer Campout at Jellystone Park in
Fremont, WI on June 26-28, 2015. To reserve a camping
site or cabin, please see Bryan Nehring.
FORE! BLAZER GOLF OPEN ON JUNE 10
The annual Blazer Open will be held at Thornberry Creek
in Oneida this year on Wednesday, June 10.. Entrance
fee is $125 which includes: 18 holes with a cart, lunch,
appetizer reception at the 19th hole and a donation to
NEW Lutheran High School athletics. There will also be
bucket drawings, course games and prizes and a great
day of fellowship.
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THIS - N -THAT
CHRISTIAN WRITING GROUP
Our Saviour Lutheran Church (120 S. Henry) recently started a group to support and encourage Christians who write
(or want to write.) They meet on the first Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the parlor of OSLC. Contact Deb Young
([email protected]) or Stephenie Hovland ([email protected]) for more information.
LETTER CARRIERS’ FOOD DRIVE
May 9, 2015
Put your non-perishable donation in a bag by your mailbox. They will deliver it to a local food bank.
MEN'S FISHING/GOLF RETREAT AT CAMP LUTHER
May 11-14
Fishing, Golf, Bible Study and Devotions-what more do you need for a manly get away? You provide the fishing/golf
equipment...we provide meals and housing in one of our lakeside cottages. A guest pastor will lead a daily Bible study.
For more information check out campluther.com.
WORKBEE WEEKEND AT CAMP LUTHER
May 15-17
Volunteers have always played a major role in keeping Camp Luther clean, beautiful, and in good condition. Today,
Camp Luther continues to be blessed by hundreds of individuals who faithfully participate in Workbee Weekends.
Individuals or entire families can help get Camp Luther ready for the summer by participating in various work projects.
The weekend is FREE and camp provides all meals, as well as time for fellowship and devotions. Projects vary, but
there is something for everyone. Check out our workbees under the “Get Involved” tab at www.campluther.com.
Our Saviour's Monthly Fish Fry
Our Saviour Lutheran Church (120 S Henry St) will host
it’s last fish fry of the season on May 8 from 5-6:30
pm. The doors open at 4:45pm. Deep-fried perch, baked
cod and combination dinners are available for $12-$13;
chicken tender dinners are $6. Dinners include choice of
French fries or baked potato, homemade rolls,
homemade coleslaw, and lemonade or coffee. Salad,
soda, milk and desserts are also available for purchase.
Carry outs available; call in or email orders are taken
until 4:00pm at 468-4065 or [email protected]
BONUS : The Green Bay Trinity students will hold their
Spring concert in the Sanctuary at Our Saviour beginning
at 6:30pm. The public is welcome.
Read The Bible in a Year
May
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3
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15
1 Samuel 18-20
1 Samuel 21-24
1 Samuel 25-27
1 Samuel 28-31
2 Samuel 1-3
2 Samuel 4-7
2 Samuel 8-12
2 Samuel 13-15
2 Samuel 16-18
2 Samuel 19-21
2 Samuel 22-24
1 King 1-2
1 King 3-5
1 King 6-7
1 King 8-9
16
17
18
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20
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24
25
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1 King 10-11
1 King 12-14
1 King 15-17
1 King 18-20
1 King 21-22
2 King 1-3
2 King 4-5
2 King 6-8
2 King 9-11
2 King 12-14
2 King 15-17
2 King 18-19
2 King 20-22
2 King 23-25
1 Chronicles 1-2
1 Chronicles 3-5
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Mae
Aprill
Lorin
Sternberg
Jeremiah
Goin
Usher
Usher
Sharon
Strehlow
Altar
Guild
SCRIP
Altar
Guild
Cindy
Pfister
Rachel
Strehlow
Altar
Guild
Altar
Guild
Emily
LeClair
Acolyte
Dolores
Schulz
Sharon
Strehlow
Rachel
Strehlow
Trenton
Tucker
Andrew
Pludeman
Marion
Schmeling
Sharon
Strehlow
Rachel
Strehlow
Helen
Hazaert
Cindy
Pfister
Mattie
Zimmer
Chris
Stewart
Kristin
Arrelano
Jay
Lehner
Dan
Mannisto
Fred
John
Carl
Hazaert
Craig
Hurlbert
Fidel
Arellano
Christopher
Hazen
Kathy
Bongel
Linda
Druckrey
Jodie
Ellingson
Cindy
Pfister
Mallory
Walton
Tim
Radtke
Jim
Martin
Jim
Wirch
Judy
Westerfeld
NONE
Kathy
Miller
Ron
Miller
Jim
Wirch
8:45am
17-May
Gary
Behnke
Elmer &
Polly Nienow
Marion
Schmeling
Shirley
Strehlow
Polly
Nienow
Cindy
Pfister
Grace
Rafferty
Mark
Sprague
Harold
Sisel
Curt
Moede
Bev
Jablonski
Janet
Groh
Shirley
Strehlow
Polly
Nienow
Cindy
Pfister
Michelle
Larsen
Jeremiah
Goin
Lorin
Sternberg
Gerald
Pludeman
Tim
Ahtonen
Matt
DeGrave
Tim
Radtke
Jack & Carol
Hoffman
Joel
Westerfeld
Tim
Ahtonen
8:45am
24-May
Jeff
Goin
6:30pm
20-May
Llew
Kramer
10:45am
24-May
Mae
Aprill
Shirley
Strehlow
Polly
Nienow
Joanne
Pludemann
Helen
Baldwin
Jaci
Mannisto
Kristin
Arellano
Fidel
Arellano
Kathy
Bongel
Bryan
Nehring
Andy
DeGrave
Polly
Nienow
Elmer
Nienow
Bryan
Nehring
6:30pm
27-May
Helen
Baldwin
Emily
LeClair
Chris
Stewart
Dan
Mannisto
Fred
John
Carl
Hazaert
Fred
John
Jim
Van Miller
Bea
Buchholz
D&D
Siebert
Doug
Siebert
8:45am
31-May
Jodie
Ellingson
Shirley
Strehlow
Polly
Nienow
Joanne
Pludemann
Volunteers are listed for each week in the bulletin.
Please call the Church Office (499-1033) if you exchange times with someone else, so the bulletin is accurate.
If you would like to become a Redeemer Worship Volunteer, please contact Ruth Borchardt (336-8580).
Bridgett
Uhlig
Bud
Aprill
Gerald
Pludeman
Usher
Usher
Tristen
Tucker
Doug
Siebert
Lay
Reader
NONE
Steve
Druckrey
Mark
Sprague
NONE
Sacristan
Polly
Nienow
S&L
Druckrey
Dan
Mannisto
6:30pm
13-May
Polly
Nienow
Jodie
Ellingson
Greeter
Llew
Kramer
10:45am
10-May
Elmer
Nienow
Bryan
Nehring
8:45am
10-May
Linda
Haag
Elmer
Nienow
Joanne
Pludeman
Greeter
6:30pm
Lyndon
Zoellner
10:45am
8:45am
6-May
Doug
Siebert
3-May
3-May
Elder
Date
May REDEEMER WORSHIP VOLUNTEERS
Llew
Kramer
10:45am
31-May
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
May
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Jamie House
Melanie Lanser
Alex Smith
Naomi Kosbab
Joshua Moede
Diane Buchert
Ricky Gerrits
Wanda Hilke
Kelly DeGrave
Wendy Delvoye
Mae Aprill
Dolores Niermann
Laura Kahl
Cecelia Chlopek
Kristina Hazen
Tricia Kiley
Douglas Laatsch
Sharon Staats
Kimberly Schuyler
Keith Larsen
Todd Nau
Joyce Siekmann
Patricia Ahtonen
Jordan Jensen
Analisa Davis
Carol Kuske
Danielle Sternberg
Thomas Jablonski
Steven Druckrey
Marjory Holmes
Neil Anderson
Jeffrey Herman
John Kiley
John Kern
Levi Goin
Sherry House
Sara Krouse
Chad Radtke
Sandra Desormier
Sharon Eichman
Polly Mikkola
Laurie Thyes
Michael Steltenpohl
Keturah Van Lanen
Gladys Meath
Happy Anniversary!
May
5
8
11
12
14
16
17
22
25
29
31
James & Wendy Delvoye Sr
Richard & Virginia Somers
Fidel & Kristin Arellano Jr.
Byron & Mae Aprill
Gary & Barbara Behnke
Lorin & Lorri Sternberg
Frederic & Phyllis John
Bryan & Jennifer Nehring
Mark & Andrea Inman
Craig & Teresa Hurlbert
Steven & Rose Wassenberg
Michael & Lori DeGrave
Brad & Rebecca Van Lanen
Timothy & Patricia Ahtonen
Phillip & Marjory Holmes
David & Sharon Strehlow
Upcoming Events
May 3
May 10
May 17
June 22-25
June 26-28
Confirmation
Mother’s Day
Last Day of Sun School
Vacation Bible School
Redeemer Camp Out
Official Acts
Transferred Out
John, Deb, Noah, Faith, & Micah Pieper
to: Hope Lutheran, DePere, WI
Bruce & Laura Schiefelbein
to: Alleluia Lutheran, Green Leaf, WI
Church Office Hours:
Monday –Friday
1-5pm
Note: The Church office is located in the school building.
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Contact the Church Office to add events to the Redeemer Lutheran Church Calendar.
920-499-1033 or [email protected]
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 1-5pm
May 2015
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