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, which are located in either entranceway of the church. Please worship with us again soon.
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April 25, 1999
+ In Nomine Jesu +
Order of Worship
|“Sheep May Safely Graze”|
TLH #431, #436, #426
The Sheep and the Good Shepherd
|Acts 6:1-9, 7:2, 51-60||The sheep witness to the Shepherd|
|I Peter 2:19-25||The sheep suffer like the Shepherd|
|John 10:1-10||The sheep follow the Shepherd to life|
The Examination of the Confirmands
+ SOLI DEO GLORIA +
We remember those members who are
celebrating birthdays this week – Lydia Dahling, Drew Stoppenhagen, Eldina
Boese, Betty Sielschott, Josh Stoppenhagen, Kim Stoppenbagen, and Kim Schamerloh.
We also remember our Wyneken School Board, especially those members from
Friedheim, Jim Heckman, Kim Schamerloh, and Stan Stoppenhagen in our prayers.
We remember in our prayers Mark Buuck
who was a patient at Parkview following an automobile accident but has since
returned borne, our seminarian, Ernie Muller, who remains under doctor's care,
and Lester Werling who was hospitalized but has also returned home.
May the Great Physician be with them and all others in need.
We pray God’s blessings on the six
young men who will lie examined in their faith this morning.
May the Lord continue to bless Adam, Dan, Joey, Kevin, Craig, and Zach.
Listen 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 WLYV
(1450 AM) on Sunday.
There will be No Bible class today due to the reception for the confirmands.
The AAL invites all members (as well as visitors) to come to the church
basement, enjoy some refreshments, and welcome the 1999 Confirmation Class as
they will become communicant members next week.
The flowers on the altar last week were
to the glory of God and in honor of Marlin arid Alma Keidel's 50th wedding
anniversary. Their son’s family
given with love and admiration placed them in church.
Next Sunday the Sunday School students
will again bring their offerings for the Vision 2000 campaign.
Next Sunday there will also be a door
collection for the Gideons.
Youth ushers for May will be Matt
Kiefer and Jason Werling.
Members: The minutes from the April 6,1999 are
in your slots in the entranceway of the church.
Please pick them up as you leave the worship service this morning.
The next Council meeting is Tuesday, May 4.
you willing to put out a little more produce this year to help with the truck
garden as part of the “Cornfusion” maze project? Your help is needed to make this area of the fundraiser
successful. Teri Conrad will be
coordinating this project and wants to hear from you about what you can do.
Please let her know by calling 724-8464 at your earliest convenience.
Thank you in advance for your green thumbs!
The annual Bargain Bonanza Extravaganza
Garage Sale sponsored by Lutheran Homes and AAL will be held on Thursday and
Friday, May 13 & 14, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Southtown Mall.
Donations are being received off Fridays (2 p.m. to 7p.m.) and Saturdays
(10 a.m. to 2 p.m.).
Praise Lutheran Church, 1115 W. Dupont
Road, Ft. Wayne, is hosting a Cancer Survivors Hope Brunch and Celebration on
Sunday. May 2, beginning at 2 p.m. If
you or someone you know is interested in attending please contact Denice
Kallmeycr at the American Cancer Society (471-3911) or George Strasser
Have you heard about CORNFUSION?
It is the next major fund raising event for the Vision 2000 campaign.
What is it? A maze will be
cut out of a cornfield in the shape of a giant barn.
People will come from all over to find their way through.
Other features include 2 smaller mazes, a concession stand, truck garden
merchandise and fun and educational games to play while walking through the
maze. The target audiences are
families, businesses, clubs and organizations, church groups and schools.
The maze will open to Friedheim members on a special preview date of July
11, then will be open to the public every Saturday and Sunday from July 17
through Oct. 31st. Our goal is to
raise $30,000.00. Sounds like fun
doesn't it. Committees are forming
now to work out all the details, they are:
will build a tower for the maze master
Food/Concessions - plan food, beverages and truck garden
Sponsorship - solicit sponsors to help defray start up costs
Fun and Games - plan games both fun and educational to play while in the maze
Material Handling - get the items needed for in and outside the maze
Merchandise - develop and order merchandise ideas (t-shirts, etc)
Staffing - provide workers each weekend and for special days
Advertising - plan and implement ad campaign
If you are interested in being on a
committee, sign up in the back of church, or fill out the attached sheet and
place in the Foundation mailbox or let Judy Werling know (639-6132).
If you are able to work weekends or any other day of the week, a work
sign up sheet is also attached and in the back of church.
Don't worry about the dates yet, the staffing committee will contact you.
Wyneken will have a half-day of school
tomorrow, April 26. School will he
dismissed at 11:40 a.m. North Adams
students will have bus transportation both ways.
East Allen students will need to find rides home.
The PTL is purchasing a special
program, “Developing Self Confidence/Self Esteem,” on Monday April 26, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Childcare will be available
at a cost of $1 per child.
The mid-term will end on Thursday, April 29. Reports
will go home with the students on Monday,
May 3. Achievement test scores
will also be sent home with the mid-term reports.
Market Day pick-up date is Monday, May 10, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.
Questions? Please visit
www.marketday.com or contact Anne Fuhrmann.
A Fun Day for grades Pre-K through 4th
will be held on Friday, May 28.
Parents if you are interested in helping, please contact your child's
Check out the new merchants who have
decided to become a part of SCRIP. Certificates
can now be bought for Don Pablo Restaurant, Citgo Gas (Johnson Junction),
American Eagle Outfitters, and Hall's Restaurants. See Kris Blomenberg this
morning if you wish to purchase some SCRIP.
The girls' will face Concordia at 4:30
p.m. on Monday, April 26, at Wyneken
and will play St. Paul at Flatrock on Friday,
30, at 5:30 p.m.
ATTENDANCE: Sunday Worship Service -
268 with 153 receiving Holy Communion; Sunday School - 39: Monday Evening Bible
Class - 9; Early-bird Bible Class – 4
OFFERINGS LAST WEEK
THIS WEEK AT FRIEDHEIM
|10:15 A.M.||AAL Reception for Confirmands|
|7:00 P.M.||Adult Bible Class|
Early Bird Bible Class @ Bingen
|9:00 A.M.||Morning Glories|
|WEDNESDAY||8:20 A.M.||Chapel at Wyneken|
|7:00 P.M.||Choir Practice|
LWML Bible Class at Dorothy Heckman’s
NEXT WEEK AT FRIEDHEIM
|May 2||9:00 A.M.||
Sunday with Holy Communion
|10:30 A.M.||Sunday School & Bible Class|
Men's Softball Practice
|May 4||7:00 P.M.||
Elders & Trustees Meetings
|7:30 P.M.||Board of Finance Meeting|
|8:00 P.M.||Council Meeting|