NOVEMBER 2014 NEWSLETTER

NOVEMBER 2014
NEWSLETTER
Redeemer Lutheran Church
Dear Friends in Christ,
210 S. Oneida
Mailing Address:
205 Hudson St.
Green Bay, WI 54303
Phone: 920-499-1033
Website: www.redeemerlutherangb.com
E-Mail: [email protected]
The following words were spelled out in lights at the 18th
Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan in 1964:
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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
Executive Committee....................2
Financial Update...........................3
Prayer List .....................................3
Church News .................................4
This ’n That ..................................5
Bible Readings ..............................5
GBLSA Update ..............................6
Worship Volunteers ......................7
Birthdays, Anniversaries ..............8
Upcoming Events ..........................8
Official Acts ...................................8
Calendar ........................................9
“The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win
but to take part; just as the most important thing in life is not the
triumph but the struggle. The essential thing is…to have fought well.”
The writer to the Hebrews records in chapter 12, “Therefore,
since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also
lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and let us run
with endurance the race that is set before us, 2looking to Jesus, the
founder and perfecter of our faith, Who for the joy that was set before
Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is seated at the
right hand of the throne of God.” And Paul writes in his second letter
to Timothy, “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I
have kept the faith.”
The words in that Olympic message reiterate what the writers
of Scripture so emphatically stated. Winning isn’t important because
the victory has already been won. Our focus now is to faithfully endure
to the end, to fight the good fight, to keep the faith.
Jesus said in Matthew 24, “And because lawlessness will be
increased, the love of many will grow cold. 13But the one who
endures to the end will be saved.” It is a great temptation to give up
and walk away when it seems like evil is always winning, and no one
seems to care. But Jesus won the war already. He defeated Satan
and all evil by His death and resurrection. So now the most important
thing for us is to continue to fight well, and endure until the end.
The comforts, joys, and blessings of heaven await us if we can
endure until the end. Jesus WILL come. But until He does, fight well
for Him!
In Christ,
December Newsletter Deadline:
All newsletter articles for December
are due in the church office by
Sunday, November 23, 2014.
This newsletter is published monthly.
Executive Committee
Redeemer Lutheran Church
Executive Board Meeting Minutes
October 14, 2014
The meeting was called to order by Chairman Randy Pfister at 6:30 p.m. and Pastor opened with a devotion from Lutheran
Hour Ministries.
The minutes from the September meeting were approved as written.
Pastor’s report: During September there were (6) adult bible classes, (2) youth confirmation classes, (1) adult confirmation
class, (8) hospital visits, (8) shut-in visits, (5) home visits, (2) nursing home visits, and (2) counseling sessions. Six new
members were welcomed; (4) thru adult confirmation, (1) thru transfer, and (1) thru baptism. The Joe Medinger family was
released to join St. Paul Lutheran in Green Bay.
Board of Elders’ report: They discussed “The 72” which is an LCMS group of trained volunteers that helps congregations
boost their outreach in their local community and helps them to retain members that are inactive. After this discussion, a
motion was made and passed to recommend to the Executive Committee to pursue this further. They went over a sheet from
an elder training module regarding goal setting and viewed a video that discussed setting specific goals and how to be
successful at achieving them.
School Board report: The board is taking steps towards accreditation. Volleyball is wrapping up and went well. The ‘Summer’s
Last Blast” fund raiser went well with about 375 attending. A motion was made and seconded that the 10% of the funds from
the fund raiser that will be given to Redeemer be donated back to Trinity. Motion passed.
Board of Mission & Ministry report: Their last meeting was in September and they discussed the results of Rally Day. They will
be meeting again next week.
Board of Property report: The Sunday School room is complete. The ceiling and trim in the Parent’s Room will be completed
shortly. The water heater in the room by the altar will be fixed. The parking lot will be sealed either this year or in spring
depending on when the down spouts can be buried. One chair lift could possibly be installed (with PIM dollars) – upstairs or
downstairs? Since only the quilters would mainly use it for downstairs, it was suggested that they be given a room to use at
the school and install the lift for the balcony.
Financial report: Offerings for September totaled $27,436 and total income was $37,392. Total expenses paid were
$38,690. Currently the mortgage balance is $384,372, and the Cougar Care loan balance is $42,280. We still owe ourselves
$17,600 that was borrowed from savings, and this should be paid back in December. Based on the first two months of this
fiscal year, it is projected that the year should end up about $16,000 in the black.
Unfinished business: Board members are still needed for next year. Currently terms are one year, with a three term max.
After discussion it was suggested to make the terms two years with a two term max. Changing this would require a change to
the constitution. Each board chairman will write a brief description of the responsibilities and time commitment for their
board. This will be further discussed at next month’s meeting.
New business: In order to proceed with planning Redeemer’s future, input is needed from the congregation. It was decided
that the elders along with a couple members of the executive board each contact three or four members who regularly attend
services and ask them to take a five question survey.
What are things we should stop doing?
What are things we can improve on?
What are things we should start/continue to do?
In what way can we improve community outreach?
In what way can we improve in reach within our church?
This information will then be used by the executive board to come up with a strategic plan.
The next meeting of the Executive Board will be on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
The meeting adjourned at 8:15 p.m. and closed with prayer.
Respectfully submitted,
Jodie Ellingson
Congregation Secretary
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FINANCIAL UPDATE
Financial Report
September 2014 offerings were $27,436, compared to
$25,757 in August. Total September income was
$37,392 including offerings, Lutheran school donations,
“Adopt a Bill”, debt reduction and the Thrivent programs.
Total expenses paid were $38,690. Fiscal year to date
offerings total $53,194, compared to budgeted income
to date of $46,350.
Through September 2014, we have received $57,976
through our Partnership in Ministry (PIM) campaign
which means we have received $11,595 (20%) to use
for outreach activities to spread God’s Word, $23,190
(40%) toward projects (including security cameras,
classroom renovations, chair lifts and parking lot
resurfacing) and $23,190 (40%) to pay down the
mortgage principal. Thanks to PIM and debt reduction
contributions, our mortgage balance is down to
$384,400.
Respectfully,
Susan Kupsky
Financial Secretary
Prayer List
International Concerns:
Persecuted Christians
Ebola Victims
Undergoing Treatment:
Nora Brown
Haven Burris –friend of Jeremiah Goin Family
Karen Clark –sister of Becki Larson
Ed Fritsch –Cindy Pfister’s dad
Barbara Gapp-friend of Julie Zimmer
Tom Gendill –brother-in-law of Joanne Pludeman
Jim Greene
Mary Groh
Dale Hedtke –nephew of Cecilia Chlopek
Don Kieweg
Anita Koseck
Charlie Knuth-friend of Jeremiah Goin
Tianna Lange
Dave Malueg
Jean Palomino
Maria Pflueger-aunt of Carol Knapowski
Chris Wagner-Shelia Ferron’s aunt
Recovering:
Marcella Antonneau
Margie Bergelin
Delton Bongel
PRAYER LIST
Sue Druckrey
Edmond Foral –father of Sheila Ferron
Marian Kiley –mother of John Kiley
Ruth Kohn - mother of Joanne Pludeman
Brixton Martin - nephew to Darsi Nuske
Polly Mikkola
Judy Westerfeld
Jim Willams- brother of Becki Larsen
Mike Williams –father of Becki Larsen
Sandy Wilson –sister-in-law of Kiewegs
Dorothy Zastrow
Julie Zimmer
Art Zoellner– brother of Lyndon Zoellner
Ongoing Health Problems:
Neal Anderson
Brenda Arellano –mother of Fidel Arellano
Paul Berntson - uncle of Christina Flores
Shirley Handschke –mother of Laura Schiefelbein
Marjory Holmes
Ron Howard
Helen Joslin
Sue Kienitz - sister in law of Neal & Ann Anderson
Tom Krahl –friend of Petts
Frieda Landgraf
Gladys Meath
Josh Moede
Sue Nehring
Lila Schroeder - sister in law of Pat Taylor
Todd Valitchka
Aiden Van Lanen
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 10-24-14
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CHURCH NEWS
CARDS FOR VETERANS
Yes it’s that time again for remembering our retired and
current VETERENS by adding CHRISTmas in their lives
with a brief message of thanks.
Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
We are joining with another group and together we will
be able to not only get cards to Milwaukee and King, but
to current overseas military (via the Red Cross) plus
nursing homes and hospitals locally. This will spread the
message out, benefiting more veterans with Christian
messages and our thanks. All we’re asking for is a few
minutes of your time. We know everyone is busy--but
please remember these men and women served years
so that we could enjoy the freedoms available to us that
we know.
We still need all the cards we can get and appreciate
them, we’ve had boxes of new cards from some of you,
thank you for your generosity, and please add your
message whenever possible, it is of so much help, even
if it’s only one message. GOD BLESS and THANK YOU
are powerful words.
Some of the cards are flattened---these are for the Red
Cross, they check the contents before packaging them
and sending them to current military men and women
serving our country and us overseas. Please keep them
flat---they will be taken care of in Washington by the Red
Cross.
FELLOWSHIP CLUB NEWS
Please come and join us for our pizza and ice cream
party on November 7. It begins at 5:30. Our Christmas
party will be on December 5 with a dinner catered by
Julie's. Watch the bulletins for more information.
CHRISTMAS CAROLING
Sunday Dec 7 Approx 1:00 - 4:00pm
Join us in singing favorite Christmas carols to our
members who are homebound and in nursing homes. We
will carpool from Redeemer after the conclusion of the
voter's meeting. Sandwiches, cookies and drinks will be
furnished in the narthex before we head out. Parents are
welcome to bring their children with them to sing carols.
Pastor Pett and Ruth Borchardt are coordinating the
event
FROM PASTOR PETT
Thank you for all the emails, notes, and gifts that were
sent to me over the month of October!
FALL RUMMAGE SALE
A big thank you to everyone that donated, helped at/with
sorting, purchased items, and pack up.
$1716.91 was made going toward the school roof loan
principle.
Please save your items for the next sale.
Cards for signing are always available in the Narthex,
grab a pack, take them home, sign them and bring them
back. Thank you for your help--I know the Vets do
appreciate getting them. Thank you for your help!!!
God Bless and have a great day!
Janet Groh
Ideas for signature messages:
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May Jesus bless you as you celebrate His birth!
Merry CHRISTmas!
Jesus is the Reason for the Season!
ALL YOUTH MEETING
We are having an all youth meeting (ages 4th-12th
grades) on Wednesday, November 5th at 5:30pm in the
church basement Parents, please attend with your
child/children to discuss the upcoming plans we have
and how to get involved. Food will be provided. Hope to
see you there!
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THIS - N -THAT
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME ENDS SUNDAY,
NOVEMBER 2ND
Remember to set your clocks back on Saturday night!
NEW LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL DINNER
AUCTION
”Sing Unto the Lord a NEW Song” November 15th we
will be holding our annual dinner Auction at the Rock
Garden. Silent Auction begins at 4 pm, meal to be
served at 6:30 with Live auction to follow. GET EARLY
BIRD PRICING! Sept 29th—Nov. 2nd: $40 a ticket, $280
a table. Nov 3rd– 15th: $50 a ticket and $360 a
table. Call N.E.W.L.H.S.(920.469.6810) for your tickets
or visit website: www.newlhs.com. We look forward to
seeing you.
VETERAN’S DAY CHAPEL
NEW Lutheran High School encourages you to invite any
Veterans that you know to attend the Veteran’s Day
Chapel on November 14th starting at 8:50am. There will
be refreshments for the Veterans prior to the Chapel.
HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH ABC FESTIVAL
will be held on Saturday, November 8th from 10:30am1:00pm at Hope Lutheran Church at 7oo S. Superior St,
DePere. A is for Auction, B is for Bake Sale and C is for
Chili and Concerts. Please join us to bid on some great
auction items, chili, entertainment, and crafts for kids.
Concerts presented by Angels of Hope preschool, Trinity,
and NEW Lutheran High students. The auction bidding
starts at 10:30 and ends at noon so please come early
and enjoy lunch.
PROJECT INNOVATE
is Cellcom's community voting challenge in partnership
with Nsight Telservices that gives high schools in Brown
County a chance to win cash prizes to be used
for classroom technology. A total of $50,000 will be
given away through Project Innovate this year. Voting
runs from October 20 – November 20. Go to
www.cellcom.com to cast your vote for NEW Lutheran!
CAMP LUTHER GIFT CERTIFICATES
Looking for the perfect gift for your children or
grandchildren? Consider a Camp Luther gift certificate.
These certificates can be purchased in any amount and
may be used for Camp Luther summer camps like
Pathfinder, Trailblazer, or Explorer. Thjey can also be
used for items in our canteen. Call Mary Ann at 877-264
-CAMP.
ORDER YOUR CAMP LUTHER 2015
CALENDAR NOW
Visit www.camplluther.com and order our beautiful
calendar for the new year. These feature pictures
selected from our 2014 photo contest. What a GREAT
way to enjoy Camp Luther year round. They also make
wonderful Christmas gifts!
Read The Bible in a Year
November
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Matthew 1-4
Matthew 5-6
Matthew 7-8
Matthew 9-10
Matthew 11-12
Matthew 13-14
Matthew 15-17
Matthew 18-19
Matthew 20-21
Matthew 22-23
Matthew 24-25
Matthew 26
Matthew 27-28
Mark 1-3
Mark 4-5
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Mark 6-7
Mark 8-9
Mark 10-11
Mark 12-13
Mark 14
Mark 15-16
Luke 1
Luke 2-3
Luke 4-5
Luke 6-7
Luke 8-9
Luke 10-11
Luke 12-13
Luke 14-16
Luke 17-18
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Green Bay Lutheran School Association
Green Bay Lutheran School Association/Trinity Update
Congratulations to the Green Bay Trinity Eagles volleyball teams on terrific seasons. The “B” team finished their
season with a 3rd place finish at the Big 6 Conference tournament. The “A” team finished their season with a 2nd
place finish at the Big 6 Conference tournament, a 2nd place finish at the 2014 Blazer Rally, and also took part in the
Lutheran School Association State Tournament. Thanks to our A,B, and C team coaches – Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs. Stewart
and Mrs. Hillmann for your willingness to volunteer as coaches this season. If you missed out on volleyball, the Eagles
basketball season is right around the corner! Check out the schedule at greenbaytrinity.com.
Congratulations as well to Principal Brett Jones and his wife Beth on the birth of their 3rd child, Allison on October 2nd.
“For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” Mark 10:45
(ESV)
Our theme this school year is “Mercy Forever”. On October 2nd the entire school (and some volunteers) participated in
a terrific servant event “Help My Starving Children” at Green Bay Community Church. During this time the students
helped pack food, while learning about children who don’t have as much as they do. What a tremendous opportunity
for the students to reach out to others in love with their gifts!
“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” 1 Thessalonians 5:11
During this season of thanks, on behalf of the entire Board of Directors, thank you again to everyone who has
contributed to the Green Bay Lutheran School Association and Green Bay Trinity Lutheran School. Together since
2003 as part of a mission to “provide a quality educational program in a Christ-centered environment for all children
within our community” we’ve accomplished many things and built a strong foundation at Green Bay Trinity Lutheran
School. In the weeks and months ahead, the Board of Directors will taking some necessary steps to allow us to
continue a 10+ year tradition of spreading the Gospel and raising up faithful disciples.. These steps include preparing
to go through the National Lutheran School Association (NLSA) accreditation process by 2017 and further implement
our vison of “Nurturing Mind and Spirit”. As always please keep the Association and Green Bay Trinity in your prayers,
asking that God would guide us to do His will.
This month’s meeting of the Board of Directors will be held at Green Bay Trinity on Monday, October 27 at 6:30 pm. If
you would like to address the Board, please contact me via email ([email protected]) or phone (393-4968) to
be placed on the agenda.
God’s Blessings!
Brad Van Lanen
GBLSA President
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REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH | 7
6:30pm
Jeff
Goin
Elmer
Nienow
Polly
Nienow
8:45am
Jim
Wirch
Mike
DeGrave
Lori
DeGrave
Greeter
Greeter
Sacristan
Mark
Sprague
Tim
Radtke
Usher
SCRIP
Jodie
Ellingson
Mae
Aprill
Joanne
Pludeman
Polly
Nienow
Shirley S.
Altar
Guild
Altar
Guild
>>>>>>
Helen
Baldwin
Altar
Guild
Janet
Groh
>>>>>
Emilie
Pludeman
Acolyte
10:45am
Cindy
Pfister
Andrew
Pludeman
Michelle
Larsen
Emily
LeClair
Jeremiah
Goin
Lorin
Sternberg
Gerald
Pludeman
Acolyte
8:45am
Acolyte
6:30pm
Justin
Mannisto
Harold
Sisiel
Jim
Martin
Usher
Usher
Curt
Moede
Jim
Wirch
Usher
Marion
Schmeling
>>>>>
Faith
Rafferty
Kristin
Arellano
Fidel
Arellano
Kathy
Bongel
Cheryl
Behm
Denzel
Kiley
Susan
Kupsky
Lay
Reader
Doug
Siebert
NONE
Andy
Jim
DeGrave Van Miller
Elmer
Nienow
Dan
Mannisto
6:30pm
12-Nov
NONE
Llew
Kramer
10:45am
9-Nov
Polly
Nienow
Doug
Siebert
Doug &
Devra
Siebert
8:45am
9-Nov
Joanne
Pludeman
Elder
5-Nov
2-Nov
Date
Tom
Meath
Polly
Nienow
Elmer
Nienow
Lyndon
Zoellner
6:30pm
19-Nov
John
Kiley
Bea
Buchholz
Linda
Haag
Jim
Wirch
8:45am
23-Nov
Helen
Hazaert
>>>>>
Bridgett
Uhlig
Jay
Lehner
Chris
Stewart
Dan
Mannisto
Fred
John
Carl
Hazaert
Dolores
Schulz
Sharon
Strehlow
Rachel
Strehlow
Grace
Rafferty
Mae
Aprill
Bud
Aprill
Cindy
Pfister
>>>>
>>>>
Mallory
Walton
Tim
Radtke
Jim
Martin
Jim
Wirch
Tim
Bev
Linda
Ahtonen Jablonski Druckrey
NONE
Kathy
Miller
Ron
Miller
Tim
Ahtonen
8:45am
16-Nov
>>>>
>>>>
Mackenzie
Van Lanen
Llew
Kramer
10:45am
23-Nov
Arlene
Koivisto
Jack
Koivisto
Doug
Siebert
8:45am
30-Nov
Kathy
Bongel
Kristina
Hazen
NONE
>>>>
>>>>
Trenton
Tucker
Jeremiah
Goin
Marion
Schmeling
>>>>
>>>>
Nick
Ahtonen
Kristin
Arellano
Fidel
Arellano
Lorin
Christopher
Sternberg
Hazen
Gerald
Pludeman
Bryan
Nehring
Joel
Dan
Westerfeld Mannisto
Bryan
Nehring
Jack &
Carol
Hoffman
Elmer &
Polly
Nienow
6:30pm
26-Nov
SEPTEMBER REDEEMER WORSHIP VOLUNTEERS
>>>>
>>>>
Corey
Laatsch
Llew
Kramer
10:45am
30-Nov
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
November
1
2
Timothy Goltz
Alyssa Siudzinski,
Steven Wassenberg
3 Glen Zastrow
4 Devra Siebert
5 Jacob Koivisto
7 Andrew Goltz
Tracy Rojas
9 Katherine Bongel
10 Brianna Kirchner
11 Nicholas Gerrits
Benedict Kontny
Nancy Murphy
13 Christopher Schmidt
14 Michelle Larsen
Nathan Peters
Rev. Paul Pett
16 Brenda Hanna
Chelsea Kieweg
17 Grace Ebert
19 Brooke Ellingson
Hiram Joslin
Ryan Wozniak
20 Jessica Larsen
21 Micah Pieper
22 Wayne Peters
23 Jeannette Raddatz
Stephen Schuessler
Tammy Umentum
24 Alex Radtke
25 Jason Buss
Philip Holmes
26 Timothy Ahtonen
Ryan Pett
27 Jaden Ferron
Sally Tomcheck
29 Lorri Sternberg
30 Bryron Aprill
Nicole Peters,
William Schuessler Jr.
Happy Anniversary!
November
6
10
18
14
30
Lyndon & Laurie Zoellner
Alex & Aileen Moreaux
Paul & Jenny Schulz
Donald Y Julie Smit
John & Deb Kiley
Nate & Jill Kern
Upcoming Events
December 7
Official Acts
New Members:
Scott, Angela, & Sophie Truskowski
Released :
Steven, Susan, & Stefanie Perz
to Peace Lutheran, Green Bay
Received Eternal Crown:
Andrea Fredrickson
October 8, 2014
Church Office Hours:
Monday –Thursday
8am to 2pm
Friday
8am to 1pm
Note: The Church office is located in the school building.
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Congregational Meeting
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH | 9
3
6:00 p. Handbell
Rehea
6:30 p. Elder Mtg
7:15 p. Choir
Rehearsa
10
6:00 p. Handbell
Rehea
7:15 p. Choir Reh
17
6:00 p. Ladies Craft
6:00 p. Handbell
Rehea
7:15 p. Choir Rehea
24
6:00 p. Women's
Christian Serv Bus
Mtg
6:00 p. Handbell
Rehea
7:15 p. Choir
Rehearsa
1 Dec
6:00 p. Handbell Rehea
6:30 p. Elder Mtg
7:15 p. Choir Rehearsa
2 Daylight Save End
8:45 a. Worship Service
9:30a. Sun. School
9:55 a. Bible Study
p, NEW LHS at Pilgrim
Celebrate Praise
9
8:45 a. Worship w/Comm
9:30a. Sun. School
9:55 a. Bible Study
10:45 a. Family Worship
w/Com
16
8:45 a. Worship
9:30a. Sun. School
9:55 a. Bible Study
10:45 a. Family Worship
23
8:45 a. Worship w/Comm
9:30a. Sun. School
9:55 a. Bible Study
10:45 a. Family Worship
w/Com
30 Advent
8:45 a. Worship w/Comm
9:30a. Sun. School
9:55 a. Bible Study
10:45 a. Family Worship
w/Com
Mon.
Sun.
2
6:30 p. Sch Bd Mtg
6:30 p. Bd Property
Mtg
25
No 9:30 a. Bible
Study
3
9:00 a. Christian Ser Proj
3:30 p. Adv Worship
4:30 p. Confirmation Class
6:30 p. Adv Worship
7:45 p. Bible Study
26
9:00 a. Bethesda Wk Day
No 4:30 p. Confirmation
Class
6:30 p. Worship
7:45 p. Bible Study
19
4:30 p. Confirm Class
6:30 p. Worship w/Comm
7:45 p. Bible Study
12
9:00 a. Bethesda Wk Day
4:30 p. Confirmation Class
6:30 p. Worship
7:45 p. Bible Study
11 Vets Day
9:30 a. Bible Study
6:30 p. Council Mtg
18
9:30 a. Bible Study
6:00 p. Mission &
Ministry
5
9:00 a. Christian Ser Proj
4:30 p. Confirmation Class
5:30 p. Youth Mtg in LH
6:30 p. Worship w/Comm
7:45 p. Bible Study
Wed.
4 Election Day
9:30 a. Bible Study
6:30 p. Sch Bd Mtg
6:30 p. Bd Property
Mtg
Tues.
4
27 Thanksgiving
No worship
20
13
6
Thurs.
Contact Grace Ebert at 469-8291 or [email protected]
- to reserve dates, rooms, property, etc
- for the most current information.
- to provide your additions and corrections
5
5:30 p. Fellowship
Club – gym
28
21
14
7
5:30 p. Fellowship
Club Pizza in
narthex mtg rm
Fri.
6
6:30 p. game night
29
22
15
8:30 a. Semi-annual
church cleaning
8
1
6:30 p. game night
Sat.
November, 2014
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