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Friday, 10.19.12
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PRESS DAKOTAN
Stand Up For Religious Freedom Rally
On Saturday, Oct. 20, concerned citizens of Yankton and the surrounding area will take to the streets to voice public opposition to
the Obama administration’s Health and Human Services Mandate.
The HHS Mandate forces all employers — including religious
schools and hospitals — to provide free contraceptives, surgical
sterilizations and abortion-inducing drugs through their health
plans, regardless of religious or moral convictions.
The Yankton Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally will begin at
noon-1 p.m. at the corner of Fourth Street and Broadway Avenue,
Yankton, joining more than a hundred other cities and towns from
Maine to Hawaii that are participating in this national event. A complete list of rally sites and other details are available at
StandUPRally.com.
The Oct. 20 Stand Up Rally builds on the tremendous momentum created by the first two rallies held earlier this year in March
and June, with more than 125,000 citizens of all faiths attending
local rallies at 300 sites coast to coast. With the Supreme Court’s
Obamacare ruling leaving this issue in voters’ hands and Election
Day only weeks away, the nationwide Oct. 20 Stand Up Rally is expected to draw larger crowds.
The Yankton Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally has been organized by Jan Everson and Jean Weller.
The date for the Stand Up Rally was chosen to keep this crucial
issue in the public eye as voters decide which candidates best represent their values.
“Jobs, the economy and foreign policy are all important issues,
but something far more important is at stake in this election,” explained Darold Adamson. “If the federal government can force employers to choose between violating their deeply held religious and
moral convictions or going out of business, then the founding
American principle of religious freedom has been forfeited.”
“We’ve been appealing to President Obama all year to rescind
the HHS Mandate,” said Adamson, “but our words have fallen on
deaf ears. Now we’re calling on the voters of Yankton and the surrounding area to defend their religious freedom in the voting booth
on Election Day.”
For more information, contact: Jan Everson 605-689-2100 [email protected]
SHS To Host Annual Soup Luncheon
Sacred Heart School (SHS) will host its annual Soup Luncheon in
support of National Make A Difference Day on Tuesday, Oct. 23.
SHS Principal Regan Manning extends an invitation to the entire
community to come to the Sacred Heart Parish Community Center,
located at Fifth and Capital, Yankton. The luncheon will be served
from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
The menu includes homemade chili, chicken noodle soup, hotdogs, vegetables, and ice cream. An added treat is gingersnap and
chocolate chip cookies, homemade by Sister Margo Tschetter, Mrs.
Barb Geigle, and their fifth grade students who operate a cookie
baking business.
A free will offering will be accepted with proceeds to benefit the
Kids Against Hunger program.
The Soup Luncheon supports National Make A Difference Day
projects and the school’s core values for service. Manning adds
that the SHS Soup Luncheon also supports the school’s commitment to promoting the six pillars of Character Counts: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Caring and Citizenship.
Trinity Lutheran Hosting Dinner & Concert
Trinity Lutheran Church, 403 Broadway, Yankton, will present “A
Lutheran Home Companion Dinner & Radio Show” with musical
guest star The Pisgah Mountain String Band at 6:30 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 27.
A dinner will be served featuring Herb Roasted Buffalo and
Prime Rib, Baked Potato, Corn on the Cob, Mint Glazed Carrots, six
different Homemade Breads, Salad Bar and many kinds of Homemade Pies.
Call (605) 665-7415 for tickets or more information or see
www.tlcyankton.com.
NEWS DEPARTMENT: [email protected]
How To Inherit Eternal Life
BY BOB CAPPEL
Associate Pastor, First United
Methodist Church
It always seems that throughout a year, the sermon or message theme that comes up on
Sunday worship services or in a
Bible study is about eternal life.
It always starts with a specific
scripture like the one in the lectionary schedule last Sunday;
Mark 10:17-31. In the scripture a
rich man runs up to Jesus and
says, “Good teacher, what must I
do to inherit eternal life?” You’ll
notice the significant word in the
question is “inherit.” Apparently
the rich man understood inheritance since during that period in
history, he may have been a firstborn son and inherited his
riches.
So, Jesus assures him that
eternal life cannot be won by
“doing.” It isn’t really about keeping score or record of all that we
do, but rather doing the right
things for the right reasons. Unfortunately, we sometimes tend
to look at how God is to serve us,
rather than us recognizing ways
when and how we can serve him.
Could this rich man be doing
that; seeking affirmation from
Jesus on that he was doing good
which has allowed him to be rich
in life and wants to extend prosperity into eternity. He might
even have been seekgetting his point
ing assurance from
across to the man
God and maybe a pat
about eternal life.
on the back-”keep up
Jesus then quotes the
the good work.” Either
commandments of
way, this rich man ap“You shall not murder
parently wasn’t pre(6th), commit adultery
pared for what Jesus
(7th), steal (8th), bear
was about to tell in
false witness (9th), dehim in v.21: “You lack
fraud (not one of the
one thing; go sell what
Ten Commandments)
you own, and give the
and honor your father
money to the poor,
mother (5th). The
REFLECTIONS and
and you will have
rich man’s response to
treasure in heaven;
Jesus, “Teacher, I have
then come follow me.”
kept all these since my
We know that in the following
youth.” But, you’ll recognize in
verse the rich man was shocked
reading the scripture that Jesus
and sad when he walked away
doesn’t mention the first through
from Jesus after hearing the inthe fourth, so the man didn’t
structions.
claim to obey them. But you have
Let’s just say for the sake of
to wonder; if Jesus would have
clarity of this man’s prosperity
quoted them to the man, would
by replacing the interpretation in he be able to proclaim the same
the Bible of the rich man’s prosof “keeping them since his
perity of riches to “stuff” we suryouth.” The commandments are
round ourselves with today.
“You shall have no other gods be“Stuff” that we think we can’t do
fore me (1st), not make for yourwithout that draws us to lose
self an idol (2nd), not make
sight of the cross and a personal
wrongful use of the name of the
relationship with Jesus. In our so- Lord your God (3rd) and rememciety, unfortunately, we have beber the Sabbath day and keep it
come focused too much with
holy (4th).
what we possess or devote our
You see today our society has
time to that takes us away or
replaced God with other gods in
keeps us from having a relationthe form “stuff.” That “stuff” may
ship with Jesus.
be that it is all about spending all
In verse 19, Jesus used some
our effort to make money, surof the Ten Commandments in
rounding ourselves with the
newest of the new-maybe electronics or electronics. We have
seen the too many things pulling
the population away from church
on Sundays. These things include
sporting events when games are
scheduled on Sunday mornings,
jobs that cause people to make a
decision: is it church or is it a
check on payday. These are only
a sample of the items I refer to as
“stuff,” but the list could easily
be as long as my arm.
So, the question I raise to the
readers of this week’s article; are
you letting “stuff” affect your ability to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ? If so, now
the time to conduct an evaluation
of your life. What would Jesus’
answer be if you approached
him? Would he tell you that you
must sell- get rid of the “stuff”
that is diverting your focus away
from the cross. We need to listen
to his call and follow him!
We now know the rich man
went away from Jesus very disappointed after Jesus told him what
was necessary to “inherit” eternal life. It could have been he
was so wrapped up in his “stuff”
that he wasn’t willing to make a
change in his spiritual life. So, if
you don’t have that personal life
with Jesus, now is the time to
make a change so you have the
opportunity to inherit eternal
life!
Benjamin Franklin Program Slated For St. Paul’s Bazaar Set For St Paul Lutheran In Freeman
VERMILLION — “Benjamin Franklin — The Original American,” a
first-person interactive program inspiring laughter & learning, is set
for Vermillion’s St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct.
25.
This program will also be available for school and business visits
during its residency (through Oct. 29).
For more information, contact GregRobin Smith at 814-713-1776 or
[email protected], or visit www.IndieGogo.com/Ben-Franklin-LIVEin-Vermillion-SD.
FREEMAN — St. Paul Lutheran Church of Freeman will host the
48th annual bazaar in the fellowship hall on Thursday, Nov. 1. Doors
open at 10:30 a.m.
Features include a country store, crafts and needlework, and a
lunch counter.
The menu includes soups, hot sandwiches, salads and deserts and
a beverage.
Hallelujah Fest Planned For Yankton
Mark Schultz, Dove award-winning singer and writer, will be featured at Kids Against Hunger of Yankton’s first Hunger Conference at 7
p.m. on Saturday night, Nov. 10, at the Yankton High School Theater.
The night will not only feature Schultz in concert, but will give
those attending the chance to hear how they can make a difference in
the lives of children here in Yankton and also around the world.
All proceeds will benefit the Yankton Sack Pack Program, the Yankton Contact Center, and the ministry of Helping Hands for Haiti.
Tickets for the evening are available at the Carpenter’s Shop and
Clark’s Rentals, by phone at 800-965-9324 or at iTickets.com. For more
information please visit www.kahyankton.org.
The 18th annual Hallelujah Fest — a fun, wholesome and safe place
for your kids to go on Halloween — will be held at the Yankton City
Hall on Halloween night. This free event runs from 6-8 p.m.
There’s all kinds of fun games and activities including face painting, cookie walk, football toss, fishing pond, golf, duck pond, a puppet
show, the pumpkin story and much more. Also, candy, popcorn and
prizes for everyone, along with door prize giveaways throughout the
evening. Many great prizes have been donated by local businesses.
Everyone is welcome and everything is FREE.
Hallelujah Fest is a great alternative to Trick or Treating sponsored
by area churches.
For more information, contact Cindy Mason at 605-661-2360 or
[email protected]
Mark Schultz To Speak At Yankton Conference
CHURCH SCHEDULES
Abundant Life
Baptist
Catholic
Church of Christ
Lutheran
Non-Denominational
United Methodist
ABUNDANT LIFE MINISTRIES,
Pastors Butch and Barbara Hladky,
517 Burleigh, Yankton. 665-0889.
Open for prayer daily. FRI Shabbat
Service 6pm Youth Service 7pm.
SUN. 10am Worship.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH,
SUNDAY: 9:00 Sunday School for
all ages, 10:30 Worship Service.
MONDAY:
Service
broadcast
7:30pm Channels 3 & 98.
WEDNESDAY 6:30pm AWANA,
7-8th Grade Youth Group: 7:00pm
9-12th Youth Group, Adult Bible
Study. Pastor Jon Cooke, Associate Pastor Rick Slattery, Youth
Pastor
Jeremy
Nelson.
www.cbchurch.com 2407 Broadway, (605)665-5594.
ST.
BENEDICT
CATHOLIC
CHURCH, 1500 St. Benedict Drive,
Yankton,
Father
Ken
Lulf,
664-6214 (church). Masses: SAT.
5pm. SUN. 8:30am&10:30am.
CHURCH OF CHRIST, 1114 West
12th, Yankton, 665-6379. SUN.
9:30am Bible study; classes for all
ages. 10:30am Worship.
Martinus Lutheran Church, Utica.
Pastor Dean Schroeder Sunday Divine
Service
10:30am
(605)589-3195
www.MartinusLutheran.org
FAITH ALIVE, 501 Cedar St.,
Yankton. 665-4797. Contemporary
Worship & Family Values. SUN:
10am service. WED. 7pm CareCells “Small Groups For Building
Relationships” Various Locations.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST,
Yankton. Rev. Ron Johnson Pastor. 665-2991. Sunday, Contemporary Worship 9:00; Trad. 10:30.
Childcare 8:45-11:45. 8:30 UM
Hour, KYNT.
GLORY CHRISTIAN CENTER,
901 E 11th St. Yankton. Gail
Ryken, pastor, 665-2369. SUN.
10am Service. WED. 6pm Prayer.
GC School, call (605)665-1988.
GAYVILLE-VOLIN UNITED METHODIST, Rick Pittenger, pastor.
624-2179. 9am Worship Service.
10:00am Sunday School.
Alliance of Renewal
Churches
LIVING WATER CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP,Sun. 10am Yankton
Middle School (2000 Mulberry)
Weds. 7pm Prayer. David Olson,
pastor. (605)260-2138.
Assembly of God
First Assembly of God, 801 W
25th. (605)665-6362 (office). SUN.
10 am: Bible teaching sermons
WED. 6:30pm Midweek service and
Bible study for all ages. www.yanktonassembly.com
Baptist
ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH,
221 W. 3rd, Kevin Caskey, pastor,
665-0066. SUN. 9:30am Sunday
School, 10:45pm Preaching Service, 4pm Afternoon Service. THU.
7pm Preaching & Prayer Service.
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH, 303
Ohio St., Wakonda. Mike Lindsay,
pastor, (605)759-5020. SUNDAY
Worship.
11:00a.m.
evening
6:00pm WEDNESDAY Bible Study
12Noon.
HARVEST INDEPENDENT BAPTIST, 100 W. 3rd, Mission Hill. Pastor Nathan Martin, 668-0708 (ch.)
665-1481 (home). SUN. 9:30am
SS. 10:30am Worship. 5:30pm
Worship. WED. 7:00pm Worship.
Call Classifieds
665-7811
Harry
Lane
Electrical
Contractor
1600 E. 39th St., Yankton
•Commercial •Residential •Farm Wiring
•Prompt Service •Quality Work •Competitive Prices
New Construction or Remodeling
Home: 665-6612 • Mobile: 661-1040
Stevens
Construction,
Inc.
(402) 388-2477
Crofton, NE
YANKTON BAPTIST CHURCH,
SBC, Pastor Matt Green, 607 East
15th St., Yankton, 665-7587. SUN.
9:30am Bible study, SS; 10:45am
Worship. WED. 7pm Midweek service.
Bible Church
GRACE BIBLE CHURCH, 10:30
am Sundays Call Pastor Joel Finck
for
more
information.
(605)760-4701.
Catholic
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH OF CEDAR COUNTY (Sacred Heart), Wynot, NE. Rev. Eric Olsen.
(402)357-2400. Mass times, Sundays 9am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH OF CEDAR COUNTY (Immaculate Conception), St. Helena, NE. Rev. Eric
Olsen. (402)357-2400. Mass: Saturdays 5pm.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH OF CEDAR COUNTY (Sts. Peter & Paul),
Bow Valley, NE. Rev. Eric Olsen
(402)357-2400. Mass: Sundays,
11am.
MOUNT
MARTY
COLLEGE,
Peace Chapel, MMC campus.
SUN. 10am Mass with the Sisters
in the Bishop Marty Chapel. Public
is welcome to attend.
SACRED HEART, 509 Capital,
Yankton, Rev. Mark Lichter pastor.
665-3655 (office). SAT. 4:30pm
Mass. SUN. 8am, 9:30am, 11am
Mass. THUR. 12:30pm, 2:30pm
and 7:30pm Confessions.
www.stbonifacesd.parishesonline.com
ST. COLUMBA CHURCH, rural
Irene/Mayfield. WEEKEND Mass
Time, Sundays @ 9:00 a.m.
ST. GEORGE CHURCH, Scotland,
SD. WEEKEND Mass Time Saturdays @5:00 pm.
www.Parishesonline.com/stgeorges
cotlandsd
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CATHOLIC, Lesterville. SUN. 10:30am
Mass. Father Daniel Moris.
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CATHOLIC, Fordyce, Neb. Rev. David Fulton. SUN. 10:30am Mass.
ST.
JOSEPHʼS
CATHOLIC
CHURCH, Constance, Neb., Fr.
David Fulton, pastor. SAT. Mass:
7:30pm.
ST. PATRICKʼS CATHOLIC, Wakonda, Rev.
Scott Trayner,
624-2697. SUN. 8:30am Mass.
ST. ROSE OF LIMA, Crofton, Neb.
Fr. Michael Schmitz. SAT. Mass:
8:00am & 5:30pm. SUN. Mass:
8:30am.
WED/FRI
Masses:
8:15am.
Confessions:
WED.
11am-11:30am, SAT. 5-5:20pm.
ST.
WENCESLAUS,
Tabor,
(605)463-2336. Father Daniel Moris. SAT. 7pm Mass. SUN. 8:30am
Mass.
THE HOUSE OF MARY SHRINE,
6-mi. W. Yankton, Hwy.52. Masses:
Monday 8:30 through October.
Masses Saturday 9:00 every Saturday. Rosary Sunday 4:00. Rosary
4:00. Open 7 days a week for
prayer. thehouseofmaryshrine.org
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
LATTER-DAY
SAINTS,
2300
Douglas, Yankton. Michael Maxwell
(402)586-2645 Family History Ctr
665-0901. SUN. 10am Sacrament
meeting.
Episcopal
CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
517 Douglas, Yankton. Rev. James
Pearson, (605)665-2456. Sunday
9:00am Serenity 10:15am Holy
Eucharist Wednesday Noon Holy
Eucharist.
Evangelical
Cornerstone Evangelical Church,
Pastor Oliver Omanson, Stewart
Elementary School; Morning Service 10 a.m. Wednesday College Bible Study 1306 Maple Street. Mike
Stevens 665-8750.
EMMANUEL CHURCH Contact
Pastor Dan (605)760-2052. YMS,
2000 Mulberry, Worship Service,
Sunday 9:30am www.emmanuelyankton.com (605)665-0404.
Lutheran
CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN
CHURCH NALC: 305 W. 25th,
Yankton, 665-8848. Rev. Dani Jo
Ninke. SUN: 8:30am & 10:45 Worship, 9:45 Sunday School.
FAITH
UNITED
LUTHERAN,
44874 303rd St., Volin SD 57072,
(605)267-2277.
SUN. Worship
Services 9:30am. Children’s Education WED. Evening (WOW)
6:30-7:30pm.
FIRST AMERICAN LUTHERAN
CHURCH, AFLC 300 S. Carpenter
St., Tripp. (605)935-6941 9:30am
Sunday School; SUN. 10:45 Worship [email protected]
Christian
ST.
ANDREWʼS
CATHOLIC
CHURCH, Bloomfield, NE. Fr. Michael Schmitz SUN. Mass:
10:30am; TUE. Mass: 8am; THUR.
Mass: 7pm. Confessions: THUR.
6:30-6:55pm.
KINGSWAY
CHRISTIAN
Church,19th&Burleigh, 665-6317.
Joseph Mason, Pastor. 9am-SS;
Worship 10:15am. Wed.- 7pm Kids
for Christ/Adult Bible Study.
www.kingswaychristianyankton.org
HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH,
AFLC 200 South Wilson, Delmont.
(605)935-6941. SUN 9am Worship.
10am
Sunday
school.
[email protected]
LEADER CONCRETE
CONSTRUCTION INC.
Larry’s
PRESS&DAKOTAN
ST. AGNES PARISH: SIGEL, rural
Utica. SAT. 5pm Mass, confessions
1/2 hour before Mass.Father Daniel
Moris.
Residential & Commerical
2901 Douglas • Yankton • 605-665-3644
ST. BONIFACE CHURCH, rural
Freeman/Idylewilde. September
WEEKEND Mass Sundays @
10:30 am
Church of Jesus
Christ
GAYVILLE-BERGEN LUTHERAN
Pastor
Ralph
Egbert.
(605)267-4342 (church) Church:
9:00am-GLC Worship, 10:15-SS,
9:15am-BLC SS, 10:30am-BLC
Worship.
Basements • Bunkers • Manure Pits
Garden of Memories Cemetery
ST.
BONIFACE
CATHOLIC
CHURCH, Menominee, Neb., Rev.
David Fulton, pastor. SUN. 8:30am
Mass.
Call Larry Leader
Yankton • 665-2717
Plumbing Service
703 Burleigh St.
665-4322
Y A N K T O N D A I LY
319 Walnut,Yankton, SD • 665-7811
OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN, rural Irene. 263-3724. SUN. 9am
Worship.
OUR SAVIORʼS LUTHERAN,
LCMC/NALC,
Menno. Pastor
Theresa
Jacobson
Office
605-387-5241
Worship
9am,
Brunch, SS 10:20am Wednesday
Lenten Services at Grace, 7:30pm
OUR SAVIORʼS LUTHERAN,
LCMS, 12th and Elm, Springfield.
Rev. Kenneth Johnson, pastor.
SUN. 8am Worship. 9am SS.
THUR. 7pm Adult Bible study.
Presbyterian
PEACE
PRESBYTERIAN
(PC/USA), 206 E. 31st. 665-0448.
Rev. Dr. Nelson Stone & Rev. Marilyn Stone. Sun-10am worship, Coffee to follow. SS for kids 10:30am.
Aired at 8pm Fri. on Ch. 3 & 98.
Reformed
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church,
Wisconsin Synod, 201 E. 25th
Street, Yankton. Pastor Christian
Sulzle, (605) 665-4793. Sunday
9:15 am Worship; 10:15 am Bible
Study.1
RIVERVIEW REFORMED, 17th St.
& Burleigh, Rev. Rodney Veldhuizen, pastor. 665-9204. SUN.
9:30am Worship, 10:15am SS.
WED. Youth group & adult choir.
South Dakota Lutheran Church
Missouri Synod, MAIN STREET
LIVING television program, 10a.m.
(CST) on KDLT-NBC; and 11a.m.
(CST) on KAUN-PAX; and 10a.m.
(MST) on KKRA-PAX.
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST, 722
Locust St., Yankton, 665-1032,
Worship
Services:
Saturday
9:30am & 11am. Pastor Nick Osborn (605)760-7791. Yankton Fruit
Program. yanktonfruitprogram.org
St. John Lutheran Church, Tyndall. Pastor Dean Schroeder. Sunday Divine Service: 8:30am
(605)589-3195.
www.StJohnsTyndallLCMS.org
ST.
JOHNʼS
LUTHERAN
CHURCH (LCMS), 1009 Jackson.
David Gunderson, Pastor. SUN.
8am Worship, 9:15am Education
Hour, 10:30am Worship.
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH,
403 Broadway, Yankton, 665-7415.
Worship:
Saturday-5:30,
Sunday-8:15./10:45 a.m.; SS,
classes,
Coffee
fellowship-9:30a.m.
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH,
Hartington/Crofton, NE, Amanda
Jertson pastor; (402)254-6606.
SUN. 9am Worship (Hartington),
10am SS (Hartington), 11am Worship (Crofton).
TRONDHJEM
LUTHERAN
CHURCH (AFLC), rural Volin.
263-3841. SUN. 9:15am; 10:30am
Worship.
VANGEN LUTHERAN CHURCH,
Mission Hill. 665-5426. Worship
9:30am.
Seventh-Day
United Church
CONGREGATIONAL
UNITED
CHURCH OF CHRIST, Newcastle,
Neb., 303 Highway 12, Rev. Gary
Kimm, pastor. SAT. 6PM Church
school, 7PM Worship. Second
THUR. 2PM Ladies Aid.
FIRST
CONGREGATIONAL
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST,
301 W. Franklin, Hartington, NE,
(402) 254-6563 or 664-5310, Rev.
Gary Kimm, pastor. SUN. 8:15am
Church school, 9am Worship.
PILGRIM
CONGREGATIONAL
UCC, 103 S. Elm St., Coleridge,
Neb., (402) 283-4824 or 664-5310,
Rev. Gary Kimm, pastor. SUN.
9:30am Church School, 10:30am
Worship.
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST,
(Congregational) 210 West 5th St.,
Yankton. (605)665-7320 Dr. Richard W. Jensen, Pastor. SUN.-10am
Worship,
11am-Fellowship,
11:05am Church School.
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Crofton, Neb., 412 W. Main St.,
(402)388-4124, Pastor Les Parmenter. SUN. 10:00am Worship.
TOPKOTE,
INC.
Commercial
&
Residential
Asphalt Maintenance
Call Doug
or Chris
43439 SD Hwy 50 • Yankton
(605) 665-8106
(605) 665-2895
WAKONDA, IRENE, VIBORG,
UNITED METHODIST, Pastor Mark
Gronseth. SUN. 8:30am Worship at
Wakonda; 9:45am Worship at
Irene; 11am Worship at Viborg.
KYNT 1450 AM
Radio
KYNT 1450 AM Radio SAT.
10:30am “Saturday Morning Live.”
SUN. 8:30am United Methodist
Hour. 9:05am “God’s Good News.”
9:30am St. John’s Lutheran Church
WNAX 570 AM Radio
WNAX 570 AM Radio. Lutheran
Shows-6:30am, 8am, 11am. Wings
of Healing-7:30am. Words of Hope
8:30am. Prov. Ref. Church-8:45am.
Voice of Prop.-9:30am. Hr. of Hope
10am.ChristianCrusaders-10:30am.
MIX 106 FM Radio
CLASSIC HITS 106 KVHT FM Radio SUN.-THUR. 10:05PM “Family
Radio Rosary” with Bishop Robert
Carlson.
ESPN Radio 1570
ESPN RADIO 1570 SUN. 10:30AM
Trinity Lutheran Church, Vermillion,
worship.
Knology
KNOLOGY. MON. 6:30pm St.
John’s Lutheran; 7:30pm Calvary
Baptist. TUE. 6:30pm Trinity Lutheran. WED. 6:30pm Antioch Baptist; 7:30pm Grace Bible. THUR.
8pm Assembly of God. FRI. 7pm
United Church of Christ; 8pm
Peace Presbyterian.
Read & Recycle!
PRESS&
DAKOTAN
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319 Walnut • Yankton, SD
665-7811
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Well Company, LLC
Well Drilling & Repair
Pure Water Distillers
605-463-2244
42719 307th St., Tabor