Weekly Announcements - Richland Lutheran Church

Weekly Announcements
December 28, 2014
Spiritual Transformation Ministry
Admiral Awesome and Prof. Peabody are taking a
couple weeks off, and wish you a very Merry
Christmas! They look forward to more adventures
beginning Jan. 7 as they learn about the ministry
of Jesus! Super Kids! is a mid-week ministry for
children in 1st through 5th grades. We meet Wednesdays from
6:30 to 7:45 PM, immediately following the 6:00 family dinner in the Prince of Peace fellowship area. Kids can start at
any time during the school year, and friends are always welc o m e !
C o n t a c t :
J e n n y
P a g e
([email protected]) Super Kids! will not
be meeting on December 31.
The Monday night women’s Bible study group will begin a new five-week book study on Monday, January 5, 2015,
at 7:00 PM. They will read and discuss 1000 Gifts by Ann
Voskamp. Contact Dawn Salyer at (509) 438-9156 if you’d
like her to order the books for you, or sign up on the yellow
worship slip.
Worship Ministry
Last weekend’s worship attendance: 452
Average weekly offering needed for 2014: $16,154
Actual weekly offering for last weekend: $12,216.83
Children’s church - This week in Children’s Church we are
reading about Jesus as a young boy who is separated from his
parents. Even though Mary and Joseph were worried, Jesus
knew just where he needed to be! (Luke 2:41-52)
The 2015 flower chart is in the narthex. Please
sign up for an available Sunday, fill out the white
form and return it to the church office with a check
for $50.
RLC is looking for people to read the Children’s Church
lesson at both the 8:30 and 11:00 morning services. If you are
interested, please sign up on the yellow slip in your bulletin. Thank you.
[email protected]
Biblical Stewardship Ministry
Cornerstone Capital Fund: Income to date: $41,446
Expense to date: $6,000
Balance to date: $35,446
Have Accounting Experience? – Your Council is looking
for volunteers with accounting experience or training to serve
a three-year term on the Financial Audit Committee. Help us
audit our books and financial controls to ensure we record and
spend your tithes and gifts properly. If you could help, leave a
note in my box at church or send me an email at
[email protected] Dave Larkin, Congregation President.
For offering to be recorded for 2014, please have it to
the church office by Wednesday, December 31, or postmarked
before January 1, 2015.
Offering envelopes for 2015 are in the mailboxes in the
Prince of Peace fellowship area. Please do not use them until
2015. If you did not get an envelope box, please contact
Joanne Woehle at 943-3164.
Christian Service Ministry
Food Pantry – Thank you for all the donations to our food
pantry. It is very much appreciated! This is an especially busy
time of the year for the food pantry and the food goes fast. In
October, we served 227 individuals and in November, 186.
Any nonperishable food is always welcome. We especially
need cereal, spaghetti sauce and pancake flour.
Join us at HeBrews Café for coffee and fellowship in the Prince of Peace Fellowship
area. People love the fellowship in the Café and
everyone’s participation is appreciated. The signup board is in the narthex. Generally plan for about
80 people, and you don’t have to worry about coffee. The
signup for 2015 is posted in the narthex, please consider signing up to host HeBrews Café in the new
East European Mission Network (EEMN) has a shortterm mission trip to Estonia August 5 – 24, 2015. There will
be two weeks of English Bible Camps. One week at Tartu and
the second on the island of Saaremaa, where our sister church
Holy Jacob is located. Volunteers for this mission trip are
needed to teach classes, lead craft time, music or activities/
recess time. For additional information visit the website at
http://www.eemn.org/ or talk with Mot and Pam Hedges.
Signup deadline is January 31, 2015; however, Estonia has always been a popular mission trip so slots fill up quickly.
Hogan Appreciation – Pastor Dave and his wife Elaine
have touched many lives during the past years through visitation, preaching, and teaching. After January 1 st Pastor Hogan’s
role will change from a paid staff member but they will still be
very involved in our church’s ministries. Please mark January 11th on your calendar to celebrate their contributions
during a special HeBrews Café.
Prayer Requests
We rejoice and praise the Lord for all He has
done and for all He is going to do!
Special needs, Hospital, Sickness and Recovery
Ruth Vail – health
Carol Larkin – slow growing B-cell lymphoma
Phyllis Cook – pain in legs
Nancy Bergman – continued healing
Gayla and Terry Davis – ongoing health concerns
Alicia Phaneuf – health
Dick Arnst – spot on lung—thanksgiving for healing
esophagus cancer/spot on liver
Loris Schmidt – low blood counts/recovery from inguinal
hernia surgery 10/21
Russ Richman—Hospice care
Al Stolte – pain
Bea Skinner – recovery from fall/broken ribs
John Cagle
Joe Sundal – job search
Floyd Thompson – ongoing health concerns
Carolyn Sparks – not feeling well
Carol Romsos—Progressive Supranuclear Palsy/physical
and occupational therapy to teach skills to cope
Penleys in Jordan
Peg Culbert—back and neck pain resolution
Lucille Knutson—health
Jefferson Tutoring
Carolyn Phaneuf—recovery eye surgery 10/17
Paul Hedges—praise able to return to full responsibilities
at work
Betty Samuel—recovery from knee surgery 9/30
Aiden Lesser—recovery from surgery for a broken arm
Neil Todd—new treatment for Stage IV prostate cancer
Marcia Vogel—recovery from knee surgery 11/20
Mary Ann (Bill Wedberg’s friend) - cancer
Jen Ranta—recovery from knee replacement 11/17
Lisa Corning (from Adamari) - family gathering and for
nothing to go wrong
Tom Griffin—general healing
Doloros Erickson—recovery from fall
Irvin Solbrack—recovery from heart attack/surgery
Home-bound or Residing at Assisted-living Facilities:
Helen Foreman, Elaine Anderson, Helen Hendrickson, Carolyn Sparks,
Jeanice Wise, Elsie Knostman, Natalie Hobbs, Gloria Richman, Nancy
Olson, Judy Simonen , Roxanne Short, Helen Robinson
Non-Member Requests: Please obtain permission
to print full names for prayer requests. At the end
of the month, the requests below are removed from
the bulletin. If you would like them to remain in
the bulletin, please write a note on your yellow
worship slip.
George Sanders (Carolyn Sparks’ grandson) – Army Ranger
Clay Underwood—enlisted in U.S. Army/officer training
Persecuted Christians/Christian martyrs
All who are in the armed forces
Ed Quigley (Elaine Davis’ brother) - chemo and radiation
Linda Matheison (Elaine Davis) - platelet count to stay up to
complete chemotherapy
Burr Field (Olsens) - brain cancer
Bill & Esther Schauls (Marilyn Schumacher’s brother and
sister-in-law) - still very ill
Karla Davis (Charles Davis’ niece) - tumor in shoulder
Rod Maier (Allen’s brother) - Stage 4 lung cancer, spread to
his bones and brain/chemotherapy
Tracy (Lori Hogan) - praise that breast biopsy negative
Martha (Lori Hogan) - broke leg & tore ankle ligments
Des Whelan (Lori’s husband) - stomach cancer
Orlando Barillas, Jr (sister Adamari) - become an important
man when he grows up
Adamari Barillas—to have better grades to make dad proud;
Healthy relationships with her friends
Adamari Barillas (brother Orlando) - to be an important lady
Dave Plypick (Corey Smith’s cousin) - cancer
Shelly Dubirstein (Peggy Pilger’s friend) - mother is at end
stage brain cancer
Kevin McCarter (Donna Williams) - full time employment unemployment ran out two months ago
Brad (Ron and Margie Kickert’s son) - recovery from surgery
Larry Riensche (Mary Riensche)
Those estranged from loved ones at Christmas
Jim Cunningham (Jiohnand Barb’s son) - cancer
Jane Wilcox—kidney healing and good followup 12/24 for
kidney & mental wellness
George Carpenter (Lori Hogan) - health concerns
What’s happening this week:
8:30 and 11 a.m. – Worship Services
9:00 a.m.
“Good News Today,” TV Ministry (KVEW)
9:45 a.m.
Education Hour/HeBrews Café – Prince of Peace
9:45 a.m.
Blood Pressure Checks - Library Reference Room
7:00 p.m.
Haler/Worgull Growth Group – Friendship Room
7:30 p.m.
Union Gospel Mission Service - meet at RLC at 7:00
9:00 a.m.
Play Date - Gloria Dei Multipurpose Room
6:30 p.m.
Cub Scouts - Prince of Peace Fellowship Area
7:00 p.m.
Boy Scout Troop 248 – Gloria Dei Multipurpose Room
12:00 p.m.
Weekly Announcment Deadline
Upcoming Events:
Thursday, January 15 – Women’s Book Club: “Empire of the
Sun” by J. G. Ballard – Contact:
[email protected]
THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 2015 - Office Closed
9:00 a.m.
Bulletin Assembly – Room #124
9:00 a.m.
Preview Assembely - Prince of Peace Fellowship Area
6:00 p.m.
AA – Room #124
6:30 p.m.
Girl Scouts - Room #6
4:30 p.m.
Mafraq Prayer Team - Chapel
5:00 p.m.
Worship Service – Sanctuary
Saturday, January 17 - Annual New Members Event
Sunday, January 18 - Fields of Grace at HeBrews Café