Zion-Friedheim Evangelical Lutheran Church

We welcome you to Friedheim on this first Sunday in May.  If you will be communing with us this morning, please fill out a communion registration card.  There are cards in either entranceway of the church and the cards may be placed in the offering plate or given to one of the Deacons.  If you are visiting us this morning, please sign your name in one of our guest registries in either entranceway of the church.  Please visit with us again soon.

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Easter 5 (Confirmation Sunday)  
May 6, 2007

+ In Nomine Jesu +

Bulletin Table of Contents

The Ringing of the Church Bell






The Processional Hymn (please rise)

“Christ the Lord is Risen Today; Alleluia!”

TLH #191




The Invocation



P:        In the Name of God, the Father, Who created us; in the Name of God, the Son, Who redeemed us; in the name of God, the Holy Ghost, Who gave us eternal life.

C:        Amen.


An Act of Adoration

P:   Oh, come, let us sing to the Lord!

C:   Give us a joyous shout in honor of the rock of our salvation!

P:   Come before Him with thankful hearts.

C:   Let us sing him psalms of praise.

P:   For the Lord is a great God, the Great King of all ages:

C:   He controls the formation of the depths of the earth and the mightiest mountains:  All are His;

P:   He made the sea and formed the land;

C:   They too are His.

P:   Come, kneel before the Lord, our Maker.

C:   For He is our God.

P:   We are His sheep;

C:   And He is our Shepherd.

P:   Oh, that you would hear His calling you today, and come to Him!

C:   Amen.

The Confession (in unison)



Most merciful God, we confess that we have sinned against You alone.  We have not loved You with our whole heart; we have not loved our neighbors as ourselves.  For the sake of Your Son, Jesus Christ, have mercy on us and forgive us, so that we can be the children You would have us to be.




The Absolution



Come, receive the power of His Holy Spirit, which cleanses, heals, and empowers each one of us to a new life.  Wake up afresh, to be cleansed from all of your sin.  You have been forgiven.  Now you are free to live for the reason you were created.  In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.

The Choir

“Come, Thou Almighty King”





The Lessons

                      The Newness of the Resurrection          


First Lesson  

Acts 13:44-52


Second Lesson

Revelation 21:1-5



John 13:31-35




The Confession of Faith

TLH Page 22





The Sermon Hymn

“Onward, Christian Soldiers”

TLH #658




The Sermon  

“In Christ I Can Do All Things” – Philippians 4:13

I give you all things.
Jesus gives you Himself.
He strengthens you.




The Gathering of the Morning Offerings 






The Rite of Confirmation



After the Confirmands receive the blessing, we ask the congregation to stand and join in a prayer of commitment to Jesus Christ.  As we think of the day when we spoke our vows, may this confession renew our faith that we might more diligently and faithfully serve Him and walk in His ways.




The Pledge of Commitment to Christ (in unison)



Lord Jesus Christ, our Savior and King, we look to You today, as we pledge ourselves anew to the faith and work of Your kingdom.  Forgive our failures of the past, and enable us by the power of Your Holy Spirit to lift anew our hearts and our minds, that we may constantly serve You and love You, as You have served and loved us.  Dear Savior, accept our hearts this day, and make them always Yours.  Amen.




The Intercessions for the Confirmands and for the People at Friedheim




The Choir

 "The Lord’s Prayer"





The Consecration of the Elements






The Distribution 



The confirmation class will commune as a class, followed by the congregation.




The Distribution Hymns




“We All Believe in One True God”

TLH #251


“My Hope is Built on Nothing Less”

TLH #370


 “A Mighty Fortress is Our God”

TLH #262


 “I Am Jesus’ Little Lamb”

TLH #648


“I’m But a Stranger Here” TLH #660




The Closing Collect


The Benediction






The Choral Benediction

“Go, My Children, with My Blessing”





The Closing Hymn

“God’s Word is Our Great Heritage”

TLH #283

The Acolyte

Ethan Lichtle

The Organist

Sandy Blomenberg

The Pastor

Rev. Daniel F. Dahling

As has been the tradition, the confirmation class has chosen the sermon text for this morning.  Pastor Dahling’s sermon, “In Christ I Can Do All Things,” is from Philippians 4:13—“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

Statement of Communion Practice

We believe that in the Lord’s Supper we receive the true Body and Blood of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in, with, and under the bread and wine.  We welcome to our Altar all who share this belief and are fellow members of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.  If you are communing with us for the first time, please speak to one of the Deacons or Pastor Dahling. 

+  Soli Deo Gloria  +

We remember our members who are celebrating birthdays this week—Gilbert Hartmann, Allison Hormann, Brittany Bergdall, Anna Buuck, Sandy Blomenberg, Luke Bultemeier, Jon Buuck, Chris Gorman, James Gorman, Ashley Manley, Floyd Thieme, and Ann Crosby.  We also remember in our prayers our Wyneken cooks, Sharon Franke, Shelly Kiefer, and Marcia Selking, Christine Bultemeier who teaches at Heritage Junior High, and Pam Everett and Emma Lichtle, two of our Sunday School helpers.   May our loving Savior direct, bless, and guide their lives.

May the Great Physician grant health and strength to all who are in need of His healing hand.  We especially remember in our prayers Grace Scheumann who has returned home from Riley, Helen Erxleben, Mark Jackson who has returned home, Hildegard Kiefer who is now a resident of Woodcrest, Evie Keuneke who is a patient at Adams Memorial, Barb Geyer who was a patient at Adams Memorial, Charlotte Conrad (Becky DeKoninck’s mother), Eugene Meyer (Tammy Dahling’s uncle, who is a patient at St. Joe), Kent Hart (friend of Mitch & Angie Baumann), Shirley Fuhrmann (sister-in-law of Ken and Stan Fuhrmann), and Derek Shoaf (Evelyn Keuneke’s great nephew).

We rejoice with Richard & Margaret Buuck who will celebrate their 64th wedding anniversary on Tuesday, May 8, and with Raymond and Maxine Schultz (Gregg Schultz’s parents) who are celebrating their 60th anniversary today.  May the Lord continue to be at the center of their homes and shower them with His blessings.

We remember the nine young people who will be a part of the Rite of Confirmation this morning.  We pray that Brandan, Brittany, Ashtyn, Matthew, Allison, Jessica, Derek, Cecelia, and Alex remain strong in their faith, continuing to grow in it, and be a light to others.

We remember those who are serving our country—Brian Moeller who is in Iraq, Jason Putteet, Cam Koldyke (Audra’s husband), Josh Colwell (Tiffany’s husband), Mike Brandt, our reservists, Josh, Zach, and Jacob Stoppenhagen and Brian Journay (grandson of Dick & Alma Miller), Justin Grant (Shirley Buuck’s nephew) who is in Afghanistan, Cody Kiess, grandson of Gene and Irene Kiess, who is undergoing training in Texas, and Aaron Allen and Tony Hempel, Lucile Stoppenhagen’s grandsons, who are both deployed in Iraq.  May the Lord protect and guide them in their missions.

We remember in our prayers the friends and family of Sherry Strasser, Jim Fuhrman’s & Shirley Hormann’s niece, who was called to her heavenly home this past week.  Services were in Nebraska.  We also remember the friends and family of Donald Garton, Kristin Scheumann’s grandfather, who was called to be with his Lord and was given Christian burial last Monday. JoAnn Baumann’s mother, Ione Jackson, was also called to be with her Lord with services this past week.   May the God of all comfort be with those who mourn, reminding them of that great day when they will be reunited with their loved ones in heaven.

The Lord’s blessings upon Troy Scroggins, our former fieldworker, who will begin his ministry in Topeka, Kansas.  May our loving Savior guide and direct Troy as he begins his work as a minister.

This is National Police, Rescue Workers, and First Responder’s Week.  Many in our congregation are employed in these very important jobs.  We remember them in our prayers, thanking them for their service, and asking for God’s continued guidance and protection for them as they do their duty.

Included in this morning’s bulletin is our weekly study guide, “Time in the Word.”  This week’s theme is “The Peace of God.”

The Adult Bible Class will not meet again until Mother’s Day, May 13, when we will again study Bible stories from the Old Testament.  On the 13th we will look at Daniel in the lion’s den.  On which hill are you willing to die? Daniel could name for us several. How did Daniel come to understand that it was an angel that closed the lion’s mouth?  The classic story of Daniel’s faith in God’s providence is reviewed today.

Tune in to the Lutheran Hour which airs on Sunday on WLW (700) out of Cincinnati at 7 a.m. and on Van Wert stations WERT (1220) and WKSD (99.7 FM) at 10:30 a.m.   The program is also broadcast at 8:05 a.m. on WZBD (92.7 FM) and then on WFCV (1090 AM) at 3:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. on Sunday.  Lutheran Hour can also be heard on WOWO (1190 AM) on Sunday mornings at 11 a.m.  Tune in! 

On Worship for Shut Ins today’s message by Rev. Michael Salemink of St. James Lutheran Church in Lafayette, Indiana is “The Master’s Hand” from Revelation 21:1-5.  It is a message of hope and comfort to those whose hearts and bodies are broken with guilt and pain.  Jesus Christ makes them brand new.  Next Sunday’s message, “Genuine Christianity,” from John 4:23 will be delivered by Dr. Walter A. Maier III from Concordia Theological Seminary in Ft. Wayne.  You can tune in to Worship for Shut Ins on Sunday mornings at 6:30 a.m. on WPTA-TV Channel 21, on Digital 33.2 & Satellite 252 on Sunday mornings at 8 a.m., or on Comcast Cable Channel 55 on Sunday and Monday afternoons at 4 p.m.

Have you ever tuned in to “Issues, Etc.” that airs LIVE on Sunday evenings from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. on WLYV (1450 AM) in Fort Wayne and on a tape-delay basis on Sunday evenings from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on WFCV (1090 AM) in Fort Wayne?  

Today’s door collection will benefit the Gideons.  We pray for the continued success of this ministry.

Next Sunday, we will have a door collection in honor of the 65th anniversary of the LWML’s “Serving the Lord with Gladness.”  This offering will be divided with 30% going to the LWML Endowment and 70% going to the Missionary Children’s Education fund through LCMS World Missions.  The LWML Endowment is funds set aside for LWML ministries.  Many of our missionary families have school-aged children who, when returning to the States and school here, need to attend special schools overseas or have volunteer teachers from America to teach them on their mission field.  The Missionary Children’s Education fund provides tuition, school curricula, and American-style education to missionary children around the world and will give these children a quality education and prepare them for re-entry into the American school system.

Our area pastors will be at a conference this Monday and Tuesday, May 7 & 8.  We pray the Lord’s blessings upon this conference.  Pastor will be commuting to and from this conference on a daily basis.  We also pray for the Lord’s protection as they travel to and from the conference.

Board of Stewardship’s Food for Thought – As faithful stewards, we don’t see our stewardship lives as a never-ending list of chores that God gives us to do.  Rather we willingly and joyfully seek to do His will as we serve and follow Him.  Out of love and gratitude, we are compelled to use our lives and blessings in ways that give God honor and glory.  As the Apostle Paul prayed for the Colossians, we pray:  “And we pray this in order that [we] may live a life worthy of the Lord and may please Him in every way: bearing fruit in every good work, growing in the knowledge of God” (Colossians 1:10).

A survey concerning possible expansion of our church was mailed to our voting membership (communicant members 18 years of age or older) on Monday, April 16.  If you didn’t receive one, there are a few copies of this survey in either entranceway of the church.  Please return your survey today by giving it to one of the Deacons or to a member of the Planning Committee (Tom Blomenberg, Stan Fuhrmann, or Mike Werling).  We appreciate your taking your time to complete the survey and for giving us feedback.  Thanks!

Pastor will be preaching at Woodcrest this Thursday, May 10, at 1 p.m.  If anyone wishes to help residents of Woodcrest attend this service, please contact him. 

The Altar Guild will meet this Tuesday, May 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the church basement.

Confirmation proofs have been given to the 8th graders.  Please return your orders by next Sunday, Mother’s Day, to Pastor Dahling.  Thanks!

The Lutheran Laymen’s League, Decatur Zone, will be collecting items for the Orphan Grain Train on Friday, May 18, from noon until 8 p.m. and on Saturday, May 19, fro 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.  The collection site is Zion’s parking lot at 1010 W. Monroe Street in Decatur.  Items being collected are clean, gently used clothing, shoes, blankets, small rugs, kitchenware, small electrical appliances (radios, clocks, toasters, etc., that are boxed), and small hand and garden tools.  Any monetary donation to help with shipping costs will be most appreciated.  Items collected are being sent overseas as well as being distributed to various parts of the United States if a need exists.

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans will have their monthly meeting in the Decatur Room at Adams Memorial Hospital on Thursday, May 10, at 8 a.m.

“Lutheran Night” at the Wizards has been scheduled for Friday, June 17, with a game time of 7 p.m.  The Wizards will be playing the Lugnuts (a minor league team of the Toronto Blue Jays).  The first 1,000 ticket orders will receive a Lutheran Night hat from Thrivent, $1 of each ticket goes to Lutheran Social Services.  For ticket orders received prior to June 1, you will have an opportunity to win a $50 gift certificate from the Wizards Souvenir Store, an autographed team bat, and a chance to throw out a ceremonial first pitch and more!  There will be a “Faster Pastor” trophy given to the Lutheran Pastor who has the best fastball in town.  Kids, if you have an “A” on your report card and bring your card to the Thrivent kiosk you will receive a free speed pitch voucher and free popcorn.  Two students will be selected to come back to the Wizards Christian concert on July 19 as a VIP guest, throwing out a ceremonial first pitch and meeting their favorite Wizards players.    The Quick Change Duo who were recent contests on “America Has Talent” will also be at the game.  Only ticket orders received prior to June 8 will receive the Lutheran Night discount offer.  See Leesa Heckman for your $3 tickets.  A limited number are available.

The Adams County Chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans will again participate in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.  This event will be held at Bellmont Middle School on June 22 & 23.  If you would like to collect donations, participate in the walk, and receive a Relay for Life T-shirt, you must complete a registration form and return it by Thursday, May 10.  All cancer survivors are encouraged to participate.  Thrivent will contribute additional funds to all donations collected.  Please see Gene Kiess to get your registration form.

Do you have a child graduating from high school or college this year?  Perhaps, you will be a college graduate this year?  If so, please return the high school information sheet by Wednesday, May 23.  College graduates need to contact the church office by that date with school graduating from and major by the 23rd.  This information will go in the June newsletter.  Thanks!

The Men’s FastPitch Softball League is sponsoring a square dance this Friday, May 11, at the Hoagland Hayloft.  The doors open at 7:30 p.m.   Tickets are available at the door for $5 per person.

A golf outing, sponsored by the Decatur Men’s FastPitch Softball League, is set for Saturday, July 14, beginning at 7:30 a.m. at Grey Goose in Decatur.  The cost is $180 for a four-person team.  Please contact Todd Busick at 223-1834 to register your team.

The “Friends of Wyneken” are selling Nelson’s chicken with pre-sale tickets available from any “Friend” at $4.50.  You can pick up your chicken at the parking lots of K-Mart or Walgreen’s on Saturday, May 19, from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.  If not buying pre-sale, the chicken will cost $5.50 the day of the sale.

Make plans to attend the Mendelssohn Oratorio Concert at Trinity Episcopal Church, 611 W. Berry St. in Ft. Wayne, at 5 p.m. today.  The Oratorio is the story of the first Christian missionary, St. Paul, as recorded in Acts 4-21.  Tickets are $16 for adults, $14 for senior citizens, $5 for students (with ID), $10 for those in groups of 10 or more, with children 12 and younger at no cost.  After the performance, you’ll have an opportunity to visit with the 30 singers and 27 instrumentalists that make up the Collegium and enjoy light refreshments at this reception.   You’ll have to wait until next fall to hear the Bach Collegium if you miss this performance.

Concordia Lutheran High School’s JROTC Battalion invites all to their 94th Annual Military Tournament and Review to be held at Zollner Stadium on Saturday, May 12, beginning at 2 p.m.  This year is the 100th anniversary celebration of the Corps of Cadets.  A picnic will be held in conjunction with the Tournament.  Ticket prices include hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, salad, and a drink and are $4 in advance and $5 at the gate.

Evie Fuhrman will coordinate the “Meals of Grace” program for May.  If you know of anyone who could benefit from this ministry of our church, please contact her (639-6812).  For your information, we are getting a little low on casseroles.  Don’t forget that serving sizes for one or two (8” x 8”- or 9” x 9”-sized dishes) are also needed. 

Copies of “The Lutheran Journal,” a family magazine dedicated to providing wholesome and inspirational reading material for the enjoyment and enrichment of Lutherans, can be found in either entranceway of the church.  This is a free publication, published twice a year.  Take a copy home with you as you leave the worship service today.

The youth of Emmanuel Lutheran Church (Soest), 9909 Wayne Trace, are sponsoring a drive-thru Mother’s Day chicken dinner, featuring High’s BBQ chicken, with serving from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.  The price is $7 for a meal (half chicken, baked potato, applesauce, roll, and cookie) or $4.50 for half chicken only).  You can get pre-sale tickets by contacting the church at 447-3005.  The proceeds will go to the youth attending the National Youth Gathering in Orlando, Florida this summer.

Attendance:  Sunday Worship Service – 260; Sunday School – 32; Monday Night Bible Class - 5; Busy Women’s Bible Class - 7; Early-bird Bible Class - 14



Last Week’s Contributions

Home Purpose




Wyneken Contributions for April was $4,185 with a year-to-date total of $12,825.

Wyneken News

SCRIP will be available at Wyneken after school on Wednesdays and Fridays and all day on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.  Norm’s Preble Gardens is the newest SCRIP vendor.  SCRIP will be available in $5 and $10 denominations with a 10% discount to the school.  Consider SCRIP for all those upcoming graduations and weddings.  Just a reminder to you that today, Confirmation Sunday, SCRIP is available on a “call ahead” basis only.  Kim won’t have her SCRIP bag at church, but will bring in pre-orders for a quick exchange.  Thanks for your help!  You can E-mail Kim at kimw@sgiinc.com and place your SCRIP order. 

The chapel offerings for the last quarter of school will be given to the victims of Hurricane Katrina, specifically our sister school, St. Paul’s Lutheran School in New Orleans, Louisiana.  St. Paul’s had over $2 million in damage to their church and school with over 70% of their students losing their homes and their parents losing their jobs.  The school reopened in October 2005 with an enrollment of 24 students (down from 174).  By the end of 2006, their enrollment had climbed to 144, but many of these students are from the public school system because their schools were totally destroyed.  St. Paul’s has spent over $70,000 so far this year in tuition assistance, with an additional $30,000 needed.  However, they have no money left for assistance.  Please keep St. Paul and its families in your prayers and prayerfully consider how you can help this ministry.

We pray for safe travel for our 8th grade class, their parents, and teachers as they head to Washington, DC on Monday evening, returning this Saturday morning.  Our 6th graders will be at Camp Lutherhaven for Outdoor Ed this Wednesday through Friday. 

Do you have a yard sign advertising our Wyneken School?  If so, please place them in your yards now as we begin the registration process for next school year.  If you would like to place a sign in your yard, contact the school office.  Thanks!

Market Day orders may be picked up on Thursday, May 10, from 6:15 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the school’s old gym.  Please note the time change for pick up—it’s earlier than before!  Remember, any questions, please contact Sharon Franke at 623-3992.

The 7th and 8th graders had their first annual speech contest.  Each student prepared a three- to five-minute speech on a topic of their choice and then presented it to their peers.  Five students from each class were then chosen to present this same speech to the teachers and students in grades 4 to 8.  The top ten speech givers included Ethan Lichtle and Cecelia Smith.  Cecelia placed first in the contest.  Great job!

Coordinators are needed for the PTL Christmas Card sales program.  If you would be willing to help or would like more information on what is involved, please contact one of the PTL officers—Bill Johnson, Kent Kleine, or Cindy Gallmeyer.  Thanks!

Kim Ehlerding, our custodian, has expressed her desire to retire from this position at the end of this school year.  We thank her for her years of good and faithful service.  If you are interested in this position or have questions, please contact a School Board member.  Remember, Randy Everett, Duane Kiess, and Scott Hormann are Friedheim’s Board representatives.

Statements were recently sent out to those families who use the Extended Care.  Please make your payments as soon as possible.  Any questions, call Tami Schultz at 639-6064.  All other school accounts—registration, hot lunch, library—must be paid by June 1 or report cards will be held.  Any questions, contact the school office.

Friday, May 4, was the last day to check books out from the library.  All books are due back on Friday, May 18.  Also, keep looking for those overdue books and return them prior to the 18th.  Library inventory will be taken on Monday and Tuesday, May 21 and 22, starting at 8 a.m.  Lunch will be provided to the workers.  If you are willing to help with the inventory, please contact Gemila Rabel at 724-4949 or at wynlibrarian@yahoo.com.  Thanks in advance for your help.

The last day to take an AR test to count towards your final points is Wednesday, May 23.  Students who earned enough points to go to Dairy Queen will go on Tuesday, May 29, with the Pizza Hut trip planned for Wednesday, May 30.  Keep on reading to reach your goals!

Wyneken will dismiss at 12:25 p.m. on Monday, May 7.  Students who ride on North Adams busses will have transportation both ways; East Allen students need to find a ride home that day. 

Make-up days have been scheduled.  School will now be held on May 30, May 31, June 1, and June 4.  No lunch will be served on the 4th with dismissal at 11 a.m.  There will be a closing chapel and awards presentation.  Please mark your calendars accordingly.  Eighth grade graduation has also been changed from Thursday, May 24, to Thursday, May 31.  Preble will be hosting the graduation service at 7 p.m. on the 31st.

Mrs. Amber Franz is looking for empty baby food jars (lids not necessary) to be used in some upcoming art projects.  If you have some you would like to get rid of, please drop them off at the school.  Thanks!

Don’t forget to save your box tops and Campbell’s labels and turn them in to school.  Last day to turn in ABC receipts is May 21.  Thanks!

Attention parents of 7th and 8th graders:  Applications for Indiana’s 21st Century Scholarship are available in the school office.  They need to be returned to the state by June 30.

Our current 7th grade class is in the process of fundraising for their Washington, DC class trip.  Plants and flowers from Hellers as well as certificates from McNamara are available.  The McNamara certificates will be sold through Friday, May 11.  Plant and flower pick up will be on Saturday, May 12, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.  Nelson’s chicken and ribs will also be available on Mother’s Day with serving from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  Please remember that food not picked up shortly after the conclusion of the Sunday School/Bible Class hour will be taken back to Bingen for pick up.  Chicken ($5 per half) and rib ($6 per one-half slab) sales will continue through May 6.  Gunnar Cale and Ethan Lichtle are the two Friedheim students who attend Wyneken so make sure you see them in the coming weeks to make your purchases!

Sporting News

With the 8th graders gone, there is no varsity soccer this week.  The JV team will face Holy Cross on Friday, May 11, at Foster 3 at 4:15 p.m.

A basketball open gym for both boys and girls in grades 4 on up is being held at Wyneken on Sundays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Open gym will be held until the start of soccer this fall.  There will be no open gym on holiday weekends or as announced at open gym.

Decatur-Adams County Park & Rec ‘s Fall Soccer League sign-up is on.  Cost is $25 per child (before May 25) and $40 (after this date). Forms are in the school office.

Concordia Lutheran High School will hold a girls’ basketball camp June 25-29 for girls in grades 4-8.  Brochures are in the school office.  The deadline for registration is Monday, May 28.


TODAY 9:00 a.m.

Confirmation Sunday with Holy Communion

    Door Collection for the Gideons
    Church Expansion Surveys Due
  10:15 a.m. Sunday School
  6:00 p.m. Open gym @ Wyneken
MONDAY 7:00 p.m.

Busy Women’s Bible Class

MONDAY-TUESDAY   Pastors’ Conference
TUESDAY 7:30 p.m. Altar Guild
WEDNESDAY 8:20 a.m. Chapel @ Wyneken
  7:00 p.m. Choir
THURSDAY 8:00 a.m. Thrivent Meeting @ Adams Memorial
  9:00 a.m. LWML Bible Class @ Lucile Stoppenhagen’s
  1:00 p.m. Pastor @ Woodcrest
  7:00 p.m. Wyneken School Board
FRIDAY 7:30 p.m. Men’s FastPitch Square Dance @ Hayloft
SATURDAY 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. Flower pick up @ Wyneken


May 13 9:00 a.m.

Choir Service (Mother’s Day)

    Door Collection for LWML
  10:00 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Class
  6:00 p.m. Open gym at Wyneken
May 14 7:00 p.m. Busy Women’s Bible Class
  7:00 p.m. Adult Bible Class  
May 15 6:00 a.m. Early-bird Bible Class
May 16 8:20 a.m. Chapel @ Wyneken
  All Day  Tabea Extra Quilting
May 17 7:00 p.m. Ascension Worship Service with HC
May 18 Noon – 8:00 p.m. Orphan Grain Train @ Zion, Decatur
May 19  8 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Orphan Grain Train @ Zion, Decatur
    LYF Service Project
  3:30 p.m. Caston/Minden wedding at Taylor Chapel, Ft. Wayne