Document 419716

Good News!
From the Welcome Place
Welcome Lutheran Church
Pastor John R. Sutton, Jr.,
November 2014
Number 138
A congregation of the North American Lutheran Church
Office: 979-251-7576
[email protected]
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I think most of us would be thankful for family and friends who are there with us, standing beside
us in both the good and the bad that life brings to
I think most of us would be thankful for our
health. I know I joke around and tell people how old
I feel in the morning when I get up, but as someone
once said, “If you can count your fingers and toes,
and if your mind is sharp enough to do that, then
give thanks.”
I think most of us would be thankful for this
community of faith, this church that has been here
for the past 145 years, for our brothers and sisters
in Christ who profess their faith and re-affirm their
faith here, Sunday after Sunday.
I think most of us are thankful for the very
gift of life itself, which comes from our creator.
And finally, I think most of us are thankful to
God for saving us from the power of the devil and
promising us the forgiveness of our sins and bringing us to everlasting life, through faith in Jesus
Let us be ever mindful that God gives us so
much each and every day. Sometimes we see the
blessings and at other times we do not see the blessings from God, but nevertheless, the blessings are
Let us always be thankful.
On Sunday, November 2nd, we will remember
and give thanks for those saints who have gone before us in the faith, our brothers and sisters in Christ
who lived in the faith and who have died in the faith,
giving to us an example of how to live.
On Tuesday, November 11, we will remember
and celebrate Veteran’s Day as we give thanks for
those who wore the uniform of the Army, Navy, Air
Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and the Reserve
Component as well as the National Guard, those who
served and sacrificed for this nation, so that we
would stay free and strong.
And on Thursday, November 27th, we as a
nation will pause and give thanks on Thanksgiving
Day for all the blessings that God has bestowed on
us as a nation.
My question to each and every one would be
this: “What are you thankful for?” I think most of us
would say that we are thankful, first of all, for living
in the United States of America. From my own personal experiences, I have lived in and been in other
countries around the globe that made me glad to be
an American.
I think most of us would be thankful that God
has blessed this great state with a good economy,
job opportunities, and just a great place to live and
to raise a family.
I think most of us would be thankful for the
ability and the opportunity to work, regardless of our
vocation, and to be a productive citizen in this community.
In His Service,
Pastor John
Church Council Minutes
New Business: Bid drafts and specs for mowing and
janitorial work were discussed and approved.
The fellowship hall will be used as a polling
place as in years past for the November 4th
With no further business, a motion was made
by Anneta Buenger and seconded by Scottie Schubert
to adjourn. Motion passed.
September 16, 2014
Present: Dwayne Schulz, Ronnie Wittner, Rena Abel,
Melissa Glenewinkel, Pastor Sutton, Mary
Hohlt, Reese Schmidt, Anneta Buenger, &
Scottie Schubert
Guests: Greg Schubert & Darrell Kolwes
Respectfully Submitted,
Ronnie Wittner
Call to Order: Dwayne Schulz
Opening Prayer: Pastor Sutton
Building Expansion Report:
The Building Expansion Committee recommended Premier Builders as the general contractor.
After a brief discussion, Melissa Glenewinkel
made a motion to accept Premier Builders as
the general contractor. Motion was seconded
by Scottie Schubert and motion passed.
Building Site Work – Bids for site work were discussed and a motion was made by Ronnie
Wittner to accept Schubert Hauling Service.
The motion was seconded by Rena Abel and
the motion passed. Scottie Schubert abstained.
August Minutes: After review of the August
minutes, they were accepted as presented.
Treasurer’s Report: Submitted by Rena Abel.
Pastor’s Report: Submitted by Pastor Sutton.
Pastor’s report included 4 hospital visits, 1
office visit, 6 homebound visits, 1 nursing
home visit, and 4 home visits. There was 1
marriage ceremony and 3 funerals.
Parish Ed Report: Submitted by Mary Hohlt. Mary
stated the committee is working on and planning for the Christmas program.
Worship Committee: Submitted by Rena Abel. The
Worship Committee decided to have Communion by intinction at the Fall Festival and
service planning for the festival is under way.
Evangelism Report: Submitted by Anneta Buenger.
Pastor Sutton was present and discussed
ways to reach those not attending church.
Building & Grounds: Submitted by Reese Schmidt.
Neon signs are now working. A piece of metal flashing was replaced on the parsonage
roof. A/C filters were replaced. The partition
in one of the restrooms was re-anchored.
Informational Items:
Proceeds from festival will go to the building
Funeral ushering and parking discipleship opportunities are available.
Unfinished Business: Duties, responsibilities,
obligations, and necessity of a music director
were discussed. No action was taken as
more information and discussion is needed.
Practice for the
Christmas Program began on
Sunday, October 26th, immediately after the 10:00 worship service. There will be
practices every Sunday after the 10:00 worship service.
Hope to see you there.
Linda Peschel
The area churches are again sponsoring the
Mission Meals on Saturday, November 15. This is
always a time of wonderful Christian fellowship, and
those who prepare and distribute the meals are
blessed just as much as those who receive the
meals. The churches have already signed up for the
food they are to prepare, but we still need volunteers
to fill plates and take them to the 100 or so folks in
the community who look forward to the meal and a
brief visit. We will meet at the Industry United Methodist Church kitchen at 9:00 to fill plates and then
go out to deliver them. If you can help, please contact Jean Nell Wittneben at 836-7302 to sign up.
(This is a good occasion for Youth Groups to help
serve the community.) It always feels good to be
able to do the Lord’s work. Come join the fun if you
Welcome Lutheran Church is asked to furnish
3 gallons of cranberry sauce and 120 bananas. People to help deliver the meals to the shut-ins is also
October "Good News"
In memory of Lydia Winkelmann
By: Lee & Jean Ehler
In memory of Viola Eben
By: Robert & Liz Nelson & family
In memory of Leon Boecker
By: Raymond & Joy Dickschat
In memory of Elroy Wiecker
By: Alfred & Joyce Krause
Sandra & Douglas Borchardt
Reese & Darla Schmidt
David & Linda Kiemstedt
Joey & Lori Krchnak
The Greg Blezinger Family
Hildagard Lange
Lee & Jean Ehler
Dolores Oberrender
Mathilda Sommerlatte
Lorene Brown
In memory of Esther Spiess
By: Dolores Meier & family
In memory of Lilburn Meier
By: Byron & Annette Balke
Charles & Mary Holtkamp
In memory of Viola Eben
By: Richard & Lois Shilling
Verna Mae & Marvin Struckmeyer
New Ulm Post Office
Adrian & Virginia Fritsch
Mildred Huebner
Rosie Kirkwood
J.L. & Gail Spiess
Byron & Annette Balke
Dorothy Rinn
In memory of Elroy Wiecker
By: Ken & Karen Grebe
Winfred & Ada Eben
Newton Peschel
Jean Nell Wittneben
Henry & Gloria Schmidt
Dale W. Rinn and family
Lana & Wilkens Ashenbeck
Allen Neumann
Bradley & Cindy Schomburg
Carolyn Bruening
B.W. & Sandra Sisa
Donald & Gwen Spiess
Bruce & Cheryl Buenger
In memory of Viola Eben
By: Sandra & Douglas Borchardt
Lucille Meischen
Joey & Lori Krchnak
Cecil & Carrie Froebel
Jean & Lee Ehler
Connie & Harry Schriber
Mabel Fay Wiecker & Dwayne
In memory of Lilburn Meier
By: Raymond & Joy Dickschat
Dolores Oberrender
Joey & Lori Krchnak
The Greg Blezinger Family
In memory of Frank McIntosh
By: Mabel Fay Wiecker
Dwayne Wiecker
Card of Thanks
The family of Elroy Wiecker would like to
thank Pastor John for all his visits and prayers at the
house and at the hospital. Thanks to everyone for
the memorials, prayers, visits, phone calls, cards,
flowers, and food brought to the house. Thanks to
the Women of the Church for providing food and
serving it after the funeral. It was greatly appreciated
God bless each and everyone,
The family of Elroy Wiecker
The Colors of Advent
With the shift to blue for Advent in most nonCatholic churches, some churches retain pink among
the Advent colors, but use it on the Fourth Sunday of
Advent. It still remains associated with Joy, but is
sometimes used as the climax of the Advent Season
on the last Sunday before Christmas.
Red and Green are more secular colors of
Christmas. They derive from older European practices of using evergreens and holly to symbolize ongoing life and hope that Christ’s birth brings into a
cold world. Although red and green are often used
as part of the church decorations (see below), they
are never used as liturgical colors during Advent
since those colors have other uses in other parts of
the church year.
Historically, the primary sanctuary color of
Advent is Purple. This is the color of penitence and
fasting as well as the color of royalty to welcome the
Advent of the King. Purple is still used in some traditions (for example Roman Catholic). The purple of
Advent is also the color of suffering used during
Lent and Holy Week. This points to an important
connection between Jesus’ birth and death. The nativity, the Incarnation, cannot be separated from the
crucifixion. The purpose of Jesus’ coming into the
world, of the "Word made flesh" and dwelling among
us, is to reveal God and His grace to the world
through Jesus’ life and teaching, but also through his
suffering, death, and resurrection. To reflect this emphasis, originally Advent was a time of penitence and
fasting, much as the Season of Lent and so shared
the color of Lent.
In the four weeks of Advent the third Sunday
came to be a time of rejoicing that the fasting was
almost over (in some traditions it is called Gaudete
Sunday, from the Latin word for "rejoice"). The shift
from the purple of the Season to pink or rose for the
third Sunday Advent candles reflected this lessening
emphasis on penitence as attention turned more to
celebration of the season.
In recent times, however, Advent has undergone a shift in emphasis, reflected in a change of
colors used in many churches. Except in the Eastern
churches, the penitential aspect of the Season has
been almost totally replaced by an emphasis on hope
and anticipation.
In many churches the third Sunday remains
the Sunday of Joy marked by pink or rose. However,
most Protestant churches now use blue to distinguish the Season of Advent from Lent. Royal Blue is
sometimes used as a symbol of royalty. Some
churches use Bright Blue to symbolize the night sky,
the anticipation of the impending announcement of
the King’s coming, or to symbolize the waters of
Genesis 1, the beginning of a new creation. Some
churches, including some Catholic churches, use
blue violet to preserve the traditional use of purple
while providing a visual distinction between the purple or red violet of Lent.
This does not eliminate any sense of penitence from the Season. With the focus on the Advent
or Coming of Jesus, especially in anticipating His
Second Advent, there remains a need for preparation
for that coming. Most liturgical churches incorporate
confessional prayers into the services of Advent that
relate to a sense of unworthiness as we anticipate
His Coming. It is appropriate even in more traditional services of worship to incorporate confessional
prayers as part of the anticipation and preparation of
the Season.
Thanksgiving Memories
The table is set before me.
Heavenly scents fill the air.
Mama puts the cookies out.
Oh, sneak one, if you dare.
She's got the turkey basting.
The pies are smelling sweet.
The children gather round her,
Their clothes so nice and neat.
I hear the laughter echo
As we take our place at the table.
Daddy says, "Let's bow our heads,"
And Mama does, too, if she's able.
Daddy always thanks the Lord
For the food He placed before us.
Bless the hands that prepared it.
Then, we all say, "Amen," in chorus.
Daddy carves and slices turkey
As Mama passes the peas.
I look at her and smile,
"May I have a biscuit, please?"
My memories of Thanksgiving,
I hold dear to my heart.
I wish I could travel back
And, once again, be a part.
© 2002 by Claytia Doran
WECCO will be sponsoring the 12th Annual CROP Walk
on Sunday, November 10th.
Registration is at 1:30 p.m. at
Industry Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Participating churches include West End Baptist; Welcome Lutheran; St. John Lutheran, New Ulm; St. Paul
Lutheran Church, Shelby; Industry Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Industry; Industry Brethren;
Nelsonville Brethren; Cherry Chapel United Methodist
Church, Industry; and Industry United Methodist
Forms for participating are available on the
table in the back of the church.
Money raised fights hunger around the world,
with 25% of the amount coming to the WECCO treasury for our efforts fighting hunger locally.
Dear Members of Welcome Lutheran Church,
The WEECO Thanksgiving Service this year
will be held at Immaculate Conception Catholic
Church in Industry at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday evening
November 23, 2014. Once again we would like to
have a community choir for this service, and we are
inviting members from all the local churches to participate. Practices will be held on Monday nights November 3rd, 10th, and 17th at Immaculate Conception Church. Please contact Peggy DuPont, choir director at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
Industry at 979-357-4561. There are copies of the
music that will be used in the Welcome Lutheran
Church Office, please contact the church office and
make arrangements to pickup your copy of the music.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the
rehearsal on November 3rd.
I Count My Blessings
I count my daily blessings, Lord,
And try to count them all.
But, it's like counting all the stars at night
Or the raindrops, when they fall.
For, my blessings are so many
And my troubles are so few ...
That the good always outweighs the bad;
Due to blessings, sent from You.
So, Father, please forgive me
If I fail to count the ways ...
As you have blessed my life immensely,
Through your love that never strays.
November 23, 2014
7:00 p.m.
Immaculate Conception
© 2001 by Vickie Lambdin
Take A Moment To Thank
A Veteran
When you see someone in a uniform,
Someone who serves us all,
Doing military duty,
Answering their country’s call,
Industry, Texas
Take a moment to thank them
For protecting what you hold dear;
Tell them you are proud of them;
Make it very clear.
“Ringing in the Seasons”
Handbell Concert
Free Handbell Concert
Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
St. Mary’s Catholic Church - Parish Activity Center
701 Church Street in Brenham
Just tap them on the shoulder,
Give a smile, and say,
"Thanks for what you’re doing
To keep us safe in the USA!"
By Joanna Fuchs
All Saints Sunday
21st Sunday after Pentecost
Worship Service with Holy Communion, 7:45 and 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School for all ages, 8:45 a.m.
Confirmation Class, 8:45 a.m.
Flowers: Laura Schumann
Self Defense Class Industry Recreational Park, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
4 Election Day, 7:00 -7:00
All Committees Meet, 7:00 p.m. Confirmation Class, 6:30 p.m.
Karate ages 6-10, 7:00 - 8:00
Ages 11 and up, 7:30 - 8:30
God Bless Your Service
1 All Saints Day
“The Lamb will guide them to
springs of the water of life.
Revelation 7:17
02—7:45—James Moriarity (All Saints Sunday)
10:00—Lilly Hohlt (All Saints Sunday)
09—7:45—Kolton Sunderhuse
10:00—Amanda Kaase
16—7:45—Kaylor Steele
10:00—Colton Kaase
23—7:45—Joe Meier (Christ the King Sunday)
10:00—Sarah Kaase (Christ the King Sunday)
30—7:45—Wyatt Kohring (First Sunday of Advent)
10:00—Daniel Kutch (First Sunday of Advent)
Karate ages 6-10,
7:00 - 8:00
Ages 11 andd up, 7:30 - 8:30
Altar Guild
02—Judy Schulz (All Saints Sunday)
09—Lois Schubert
16—Jean Nell Wittneben
23—Rena Abel & Doris Glenewinkel (Christ the King Sunday)
30—Carol Schroeder & Joyce Warmke (First Sunday of Advent)
Day Light Savings Time Ends 2 a.m.
9 22nd Sunday after Pentecost
10 Martin Luther’s Birthday
Worship Service, 7:45 and 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School for all ages, 8:45 a.m.
Confirmation Class, 8:45 a.m.
Flowers: Ada Eben
Altar Guild Meeting, 4:00 p.m.
Karate ages 6-10, 7:00 - 8:00
Ages 11 and up, 7:30 - 8:30
11 Veteran’s Day
Confirmation Class, 6:30 p.m.
Karate ages 6-10,
7:00 - 8:00
Ages 11 andd up, 7:30 - 8:30
Mission Meals, 9:00 IUMC
Worship Service with Holy Communion, 7:45 and 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School for all ages, 8:45 a.m.
Confirmation Class, 8:45 a.m.
Flowers: Dolores Oberrender
Karate ages 6-10, 7:00 - 8:00
Ages 11 and up, 7:30 - 8:30
Church Council, 7:00 p.m.
Confirmation Class, 6:30 p.m.
Karate ages 6-10,
7:00 - 8:00
Ages 11 andd up, 7:30 - 8:30
WECCO Distribution, 9:00 a.m.
IUMC Fellowship Hall
02—7:45—Marian Balke (All Saints Sunday)
10:00—Kerry Schulz and Janice Rinn (All Saints Sunday)
16—7:45—Rena Abel
10:00—Ada and Winfred Eben
23 - 7:45 - ___________________Christ the King Sunday
10:00 - John and Janice Rinn (Christ the King Sunday)
30 - 7:45 - Marian Balke (First Sunday in Advent)
10:00 - Lori Kuehn & Karen Grebe (First Sunday in Advent)
Financial Committee
23 Christ the King Sunday
Worship Service, with Holy Commun ion 7:45 and 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School for all ages, 8:45 a.m.
Confirmation Class, 8:45 a.m.
Flowers: Diana Lampe
Community Thanksgiving Services,
7:00 p.m. Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church, Industry
Karate ages 6-10, 7:00 - 8:00
Ages 11 and up, 7:30 - 8:30
Worship Service, with Holy Communion 7:45 and 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School for all ages, 8:45 a.m.
Confirmation Class, 8:45 a.m.
Flowers: Janae Wittner
02—Shirley Beum (All Saints Sunday)
16—Britani Schulz
23 - Shirley Beum (Christ the King Sunday)
30 - ____________________First Sunday in Advent
Communion Assistants
16 23rd Sunday after Pentecost
30 First Sunday of Advent
Assisting the Minister
Confirmation Class, 6:30 p.m.
giving Day
Office Closed
02—Shirley Beum and Jeannie Dieterich
09—Diana Lampe and Lois Schubert
16—Kenneth Kaase and Reese Schmidt
23—Alan Kuehn and Cynthia Kuehn
30—Karen and Kenneth Grebe
02—Laura Schumann
09—Ada Eben
16—Dolores Oberrender
23—Diana Lampe
30—Janae Wittner
Brenham Stroke Support Group,
Brenham Clinic Building,
2:00 p.m.
Gregg Schubert (Christ the King Sunday)
02—7:45—Rena Abel
10:00—Reese & Darla Schmidt, Jeff Wolf, and Kerry Schulz
Gina Miles, Glenn Miles, Lois Schubert, and
09—7:45—Jacque Shupak
Mahlmann (Christ the King Sunday)
10:00—Reese & Darla Schmidt, Jeff Wolf, and Kerry Schulz 30—7:45—E
Erich Glenewinkel (First Sunday in Advent)
16—7:45—Gary Shupak
10:00—JJohn & Janice Rinn, Lacey Peschel, and
10:00—Gina Miles, Glenn Miles, Lois Schubert, and
Peschel (First Sunday in Advent)
Dennis Mahlmann
Readers 1st Sun. in Advent
30—7:45-Dwayne Schulz
10:00—Crystal Hohlt
02—7:45—Marian Balke
09—7:45—Dwayne Schulz
16—7:45—Jacque Shupak
10:00—Jeff Wolf
10:00—John Rinn
10:00—Gina Miles
23—7:45—Linsey Meier (Christ the King Sunday)
10:00—Glenn Miles (Christ the King Sunday)
September Attendance
Lutheran Church
28 Fall Festival one service
collecting for
WECCO Mission
during the month of
We are collecting
vegetables and fruits
non-perishable items.
Please place your donations
in the baskets
in the back of the Church.
Financial Report
Balance on hand September 1, 2014 $136,784.96
Total Income
Income plus balance
Total Expenses
Balance on hand September 30, 2014 $133,038.23
Thank You
November 23, 7:00 p.m.
Anyone wishing to place Poinsettias in the Sanctuary for Christmas,
please bring them to the church by 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 14th.
If you would like to place them in memory or in honor of someone, please
contact the church office at 251-7576, or fill out the form below and place
it in the secretary’s box. Please leave all flowers in the back of the church
and someone will arrange them. The flowers may be picked up again after
Christmas Day services on Wednesday, December 25th.
If you wish, you can order the flowers from the LYO through the
church office for $12.00 per plant. Please turn your order in to the office
by December 10th, along with the information as to whom you are placing the flowers in honor of or in memory of. The flowers will be delivered to the church for you.
__________________________________________________would like to place a Poinsettia in church
In Honor of:______________________________________________________________________________
In Memory of:____________________________________________________________________________
This is my own flower: _______________________
Order from the LYO:___________________
Phone Number:_____________________________________________
Those Serving in December
Those Celebrating
This Month
03 - Jake Miles (Advent Service)
07—7:45—Aunnika Wittner
10:00—Jake Miles
10 -- Michelle Peschel (Advent Service)
14—7:45—James Moriarity
10:00—Wyatt Kohring
17 -- Amanda Kaase (Advent Service)
21—10:00—Christmas Program
Christmas Eve
24—6:00—Walker Schulz and Michelle Peschel
28—7:45—Joe Meier
10:00—Talyn Dierking
01 - Verlyn Mosley
02 - Idell Jean Mertz
05 - Lacey Peschel
05 - Christopher Neumann
06 - Jean Ehler
06 - Bonnie Bolcerek
06 - Floyd Schomburg
07 - Steve Huebner
08 - Cynthia Kuehn
08 - Scottie Schubert
08 - Elizabeth Williams
09 - Billie Warmke
10 - Reese Schmidt
11 - Lee Bastian
11 - Charles Mikeska
12 - Crystal Hohlt
Altar Guild
07—Dorothy Dierking
14—Dolores Meier and Bonnie Bolcerek
21—Judy Schulz (Christmas Program)
24—Lois Schubert (Christmas Eve)
25—Jean Nell Wittneben (Christmas Day)
28 - Rena Abel and Doris Glenewinkel
Assisting the Minister
07—Britani Schulz
21—Greg Buenger (Christmas Program
24 - Shirley Beum (Shirley Beum)
12 - Alison Malinowski
12 - Mason Wolf
14 - Joseph Sutton
17 - Vernell Eben
17 - Lacey Hurtig
18 - Konnor Klump
19 - Dorothy Dierking
20 - Rachel Hohlt
22 - Lana Meier
23 - Newton Peschel
23 - Matthew Huebner
25 - Dennis H. Mahlmann
25 - Kevin Klump
26 - Doris Glenewinkel
26 - Michael Kohring
28 - Herbert Schomburg, Jr.
Those Serving in December
Communion Assistants
07—7:45—Denise Brending
10:00—Shirley Beum and Judy Schulz
21—10:00—Anneta and Greg Buenger (Christmas Program)
24 - 6:00 - Kerry Schulz and Diana Lampe (Christmas Eve)
14—7:45—Jacque Shupak
10:00—Diana Lampe
17—Judy Schulz (Advent)
21 --- Christmas Program
24—6:00—Jeff Wolf (Christmas Eve)
28—7:45—Linsey Meier
10:00—Kenneth Kaase
Financial Committee
03—Judy & Alvin Schulz, Jr. (Advent)
07—Judy & Alvin Schulz, Jr.
10—Doris & Erich Glenewinkel (Advent)
14—Doris and Erich Glenewinkel
17 -- Shirley Beum and Jeannie Dieterich (Advent)
21 - Shirley Beum & Jeannie Dieterich (Christmas Program)
24 - Diana Lampe and Lois Schubert (Christmas Eve)
28 -- Kenneth Kaase and Reese Schmidt
03—John and Janice Rinn (Advent)
07—7:45—Doris Glenewinkel
10:00—Darrell Kolwes, Shirley Beum, Lacey Peschel,
and Alyssa Peschel
10 - Dwayne Schulz and Marian Balke (Advent)
14—7:45—Gary Hohlt
10:00—Larry & Carol Schroeder, Lois Schubert, and
Dennis Mahlmann
17—Judy & Alvin Schulz, Jr. (Advent)
21 -- Larry & Carol Schroeder, Gina Miles, and
Glenn Miles (Christmas Program)
24—6:00—Reese & Darla Schmidt, Jeff Wolf, and
Kerry Schulz Christmas Eve
10:00—Larry & Carol Schroeder, Glenn Miles and
Gina Miles
28 -- 7:45 -- Rena Abel
10:00 -- Reese & Darla Schmidt and Ken & Karen Grebe
07—Sherry Kutch
14—Verlin Ashorn
21—Christmas Poinsettias
24—Christmas Poinsettias and Frances Merkel and
Delta Kolajajak
28—Rachel Schubert
03—John Rinn ( Advent)
07—7:45—Marian Balke
10:00—Darrell Kolwes
10—Dwayne Schulz (Advent)
Those In Need Of
Our Prayers
01 - Ronald Rinn
02 - May Dell Spiess
05 - Darrell Kolwes
06 - Dolores Oberrender
06 - Dennis Ashorn
08 - Jeanie Stoerner
08 - Allen Schubert
08 - Bobby Rinn
10 - Ada Eben
12- Sally Craig
12 - Alison Malinowski
13 - Lirva Kaase
13 - Michael Kohring
13 - Cheryl Maynor
Charles Mahlmann
Gladys Herr
Newton Peschel
Mabel Winkelmann
Edwin Greak
Brenda Herr
Mabel Fay Wiecker
13 - Fallon Schovajsa
14 - Benjamin Spiess
14 - Allison Abel
19 - Justin Locke
20 - Allen Kutch
20 - Vicki Spiess
20 - Luke Lloyd
21 - Kenneth W. Kaase
22 - Joyce Norwood
23 - Pat Blezinger
24 - Lorri Morris
28 - Travis Neumann
29 - Gregory Mahlmann
30 - Amy Beebe
Mary Lou Craig
Viola Merz
Verlyn Mosley
Loraine Glenewinkel
Waldo Dannhaus
Lynn Wittneben
Those in Assisted Living
Jeanie Stoerner—Gazebo Terrace, Brenham
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosley - Kruse Village,
Jay C. Buenger - LaRoche Manor - Kruse Village,
Waldo Dannhaus - Brenham Nursing and Rehab,
For friends of the congregation
in need of our prayers
Brenda Flisowski
Ora Dell Ludwig
Ronda Pesl
Max Derkowski
Nathaniel Wendt
Macie Gardner
Joe Mazurkiewicz
Tanya Schneider
Esther Gaskamp
Viola Wittner
Susan Brown
Sewall Wilde
Tamir Ragonis
Susan Mead
James Love
Diane Rhine
Mary Price
Richard Herbrig
John Lee
Sarah Limon
Pete Demuth
Marvin Worthington
Dave May
Tamara Wolfe
Alexis Warmke
Henry Weirich
November 1, 1986 - Angela & John Sutton, Jr.
November 9, 1957 - Jean & Lee Ehler
November 16, 1958 - Delores & Edwin Kuehn
November 18, 2006 - Vicki & Glen Spiess
November 20, 1981 - Paula & Rick Thacker
November 20, 2010 - Courtney & Nick LaDuke
November 26, 1988 - Brenda & Greg Blezinger
November 28, 1992 - Janae & Ronnie Wittner
November 29, 2008 - Erin & Jason Ryan
Karen Markwardt
Hubert Hegemeyer
Buddy & Pat Roulston
Ted Stardig
Emma Schley
Louis Gaskamp
Randy Berry
Earl Gardner
Beth Elansari
Tommy Barker
Leo Ponce
Samuel Engman
Donny Jones
Katelin Dudensing
Becky Macat
Jack Miles
Valeria Mueller
Marvin Schley
Virginia Stark
Matt Holtkamp
Viola Wilhelmsen
Sandra McKeown
Charles Kokemor
Wallene Ludwig
Kasyn Goeke
Permit No. 2
Bleiblerville, Texas 78931
Welcome Lutheran Church
13636 FM 109
Brenham, Texas 77833