We welcome all who worship with us. If you are visiting us this morning, please take a moment to sign one of our guest registries that are located in either entranceway of the church. If you are communing, please complete a communion registration card. There are cards in either entranceway of the church. The card should then be given to a Deacon or placed in the offering plate. Please worship with us again soon.
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February 14, 1999
+ In Nomine Jesu +
Order of Worship
The Choir Anthem
|“Sing Praise to the Lord”|
An Experience with God
|Exodus 24:12, 15-1.8||An experience with God reveals its glory|
|2 Peter 1:16-21||Disciples testify to the reality of Jesus' experience with God
|Matthew 17:1-9||An experience with God is transforming
Prophetic Word Made Sure”
The Transfiguration centers on the
coming of Christ.
+ SOLI DEO GLORIA +
We remember those members who are
celebrating birthdays this week -- Doris Conrad, Alan Miller, Gary Heckman, Jon
Kiefer, Lisa Bultemeier, Jim Bultemeyer, Dorothy Droege, Christine Gaul, Donna
Hileman, Lynn Fuhrmann, Rachel Miller, Laurina Conrad, Randy Everett, Diane
George, Ryan Linnemeier, Merilyn Stoppenhagen, Gretchen Baumann, Mitch Baumann,
Harvey Caston, Pam Everett, Don Gehres, Rosa DeKoninck and Clayton Stoppenhagen.
We also remember our 4th grade teacher, Amy Dickmander, in our prayers.
May the Lord continue to guide, direct, and bless their lives.
We remember in our prayers our
seminarian, Ernie Muller, who is awaiting surgery at the University of Michigan
Medical Center and Bill Fuhrman who fell on Saturday and had a few stitches and
broke his thumb. Just a reminder
that cards of Christian care and concern and get well wishes are always
appreciated by those who have been hospitalized or are shut in.
May the Great Physician be with them and all others in need.
Tune in to The
Lutheran Hour next Sunday. The program is broadcast at 7:35 a.m. on WOWO and
at 8:05 a.m. on 92.7 FM.
Lutheran Hour Ministries sponsors the
“Woman to Woman” program. It
can be heard on WLAB (88.3 FM) at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday or 11:00 a.m. on WIAYV
(1450 AM) on Sunday.
Join us in worshipping our Lord as the
Passion begins on Ash Wednesday, February 17.
There will be services at noon and at 7:30 p.m. with Holy Communion being
celebrated at both services. This year each service will center on a character
from the Passion. Peter will be discussed at noon
(“I found hope after failure”)
and Malchus (I was Doing My Duty) will
be the focus of the 7:30 p.m. service.
Parents of 1999 Confirmands:
There will be a short meeting following the 7:30 p.m. Ash Wednesday worship service.
A few items concerning confirmation need to be discussed.
Mark your calendars! Sunday, March 14,
is the day for the Soup and Sandwich Dinner.
As in previous years, a list of needed items is being provided if you
would like to donate them for the dinner. Please
contact Mike or Carol Selking (547-4252) or John or Nan Nidlinger (724-9920) by Sunday,
Tomatoes - 6
|Coffee -3 lbs. (regular)|
|Coffee -3 lbs. (decaffeinated)|
Onions - 16
|Pickle Relish - 1 jar|
Celery - one
|Canned Beef - 16 lbs.|
|Potatoes - 10 lbs.|
Cabbage - one
|Beef Broth -5 gallons|
|Homemade Noodles -9 lbs. (narrow cut)|
|Smoked Ham (for bean soup) - one|
Slices - 6 qt.
|Fresh Pork Shoulder - one|
|Chocolate Pudding - 1 gallon|
|Vanilla Pudding - 1 gallon|
Are you willing to donate a salad or
dessert? If so, please contact Sean
or Betty Sielschott (724-3946) for salad donations or Lester or Ruby Werling
(547-4138) for pie or cake donations. Please
let them know by Sunday, March 7.
We remember in our prayers Carol
Hitzfield whose mother, Louise Bowens, was called to her heavenly home this past
week and given Christian burial. May
if God of all comfort be with those who mourn and remind them of that great day
when they will be reunited with their loved one in heaven1
There will be an AAL meeting following
the worship service today. It will
be held in the back of church. If
you are willing to help serve refreshments following the midweek Lenten
services, you can see Shirley Hormann this morning and let her know which week
you would be wilting to help. Thanks
Midterm ended on Friday, February 12. No
reports will be sent home. If you
have questions or concerns, p1ease contact your child's teacher.
Market Day order forms are included in
this morning's bulletin. Please
return the order form to the school office by Monday,
February 27. Pick-up date is Monday,
March 8, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. Questions?
Please visit www.marketday.com or contact Anne Fuhrmann.
the Hot Lunch Committee: All lunches and milk money
served in the first hall of the school year need to be paid for by February 15. If you
have questions concerning your account, please call Darrell Ehlerding at
The next PTL meeting is Monday, February 15, at 6:30 p.m.
Childcare will be provided at a cost of $1 per child.
Freshmen orientation will be held at
Bellmont on Monday, February 15, at
Plan now to attend the 2nd Annual
Square Dance & Silent Auction featuring the band, Breakaway,
on Friday, February 19, from 7:30
p.m. to 10:30 p.m. the Hoagland Hayloft. See
the insert in today's bulletin for more information and a partial list of silent
auction items. If you would like to donate an item to the silent auction,
contact Joe Gorman (547-4385) by Monday,
SCRIP will be available today following
die worship service. There are a
variety of vendors supporting this program.
Is there one that you frequently use?
Order some SCRIP today. See
Kris Blomenberg if you have any questions.
The children of the Indian Orphanage
are in need of new or gently used lightweight blankets.
A drop box is located in the hallway outside the school office.
The 7th grade boys and girls are
participating in a tournament at Bethlehem (Ossian) today.
Check with a player for game times. Good luck in the tourney.
gear needed! The
wrestling team is in need of headgear, shoes, kneepads, etc., for our 40+ boys
in grades 4-8 who are participating in wrestling this year.
If you have any of these items at home that you would like to donate to
our wrestlers, please see our wrestling coaches, Pastor Dahling or Rich Schwantz.
The first two meets of the season will be at Wyneken on Tuesday, February 23, and Thursday,
February 25. The meets begin at
Congratulations to the varsity girls.
They played very well at Indianapolis last weekend.
After a first-round loss, they won their next two games.
On Sunday, they lost the consolation game coming in fourth place.
Special thanks go out to their coaches - Ron Holt, Porky Holt, Kent
Kiefer, and Kim Schamerloh.
The Legend of St. Valentine
legend claims St. Valentine was
In a prison cell thinking of his little flock
He had always loved so well. And, wanting
To assure them of his friendship and his love,
He picked a bunch of violets and sent them by a
This proves that love can triumph, no
Matter where you are and that love
Is always greater than the
Strongest prison bar.
Sunday Worship Service - 208 with 119 receiving Holy Communion; Sunday
THIS WEEK AT FRIEDHEIM
|10:15 A.M.||Sunday School & Bible Class|
|7:00 P.M.||Adult Bible Class|
Early Bird Bible Class @ Bingen
|9:00 A.M.||Morning Glories|
|7:00 P.M.||Choir Practice|
|Chapel at Wyneken|
|Tabea Society Extra Quilting|
Noon & 7:30 P.M.
Ash Wednesday Service with Holy
|Confirmation Parents to Meet|
|LWML Bible Class at Doris Conrad's|
|FRIDAY||Items for March Newsletter due|
|Doors open for PTL Dance at the Hayloft|
NEXT WEEK AT FRIEDHEIM
|February 21||9:00 A.M.||
Worship Service with Holy Communion
|10:30 A.M.||Sunday School & Bible Class|
|February 23||7:00 P.M.||Choir|
Midweek Lenten Service
|7:30 P.M.||Midweek Lenten Service|