Zion Ev. Lutheran
10653 N 550 W
Decatur, IN 46733
Daniel F. Dahling
Pastor’s E-Mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary’s E-Mail – email@example.com
Parish Nurse’s E-Mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
Lowell Timm, Principal, Wyneken Memorial Lutheran School
Mrs. Sandy Blomenberg, Director of Music
Mrs. Wava Lichtle, Parish Nurse
Welcome! We are so glad you have chosen to worship with us this morning. If you are visiting, please sign your name to one of the guest registries that can be found in either entranceway of the church. If you are communing, you can find communion cards in either entranceway of the church. You may put your completed card in the offering plate or give it to one of the Deacons. Please come and worship with us again soon.
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April 19, 2009
+ In Nomine Jesu +
Bulletin Table of Contents
|The Order of Service||LSB Page 184|
|The Hymns||LSB #478; #549; #487; #470; #722; #918|
|Readings||The Power of Faith in Christ|
|Faith in Christ conquers doubt|
|I John 5:1-6||Faith in Christ leads to repentance|
|John 20:19-31||Faith in Christ overcomes the world|
|The Sermon||“Can These Bones Live?” – Ezekiel 37:1-14|
Luther found his deepest treasure in the forgiveness of sins and called it “the sun around which all other doctrines revolve like planets.” Jesus promised forgiveness in the Lord’s Supper. Deeply thankful for His gift to us here, we also express our deep desire to celebrate the sacrament according to His Will. As this includes doctrinal oneness, we practice close communion and asks guests to speak with the pastor before the service.
We remember our members who are celebrating birthdays this week—Jan Linnemeier, Bev Jenkins, Terry McAllister, Becky Blomenberg, Shirley Gehres, Lydia Dahling, Fern Riemke, Drew Stoppenhagen, and Jared Witte. We remember our 5th and 6th grade Sunday School teacher, Stan Stoppenhagen, our Wyneken kindergarten teacher, Rae Fuhrmann, as well as Toney Bergman who teaches at Bellmont High School. 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 Lynn Fuhrmann, Jim Riemke, Dick Hileman, Donna Hileman, and Connie Darnell (Carol Hitzfield’s sister).
We rejoice with Luke & Kim (Gallmeyer) Case on the birth of their daughter, Addison Leigh, on Wednesday, April 15. May the Good Shepherd keep an ever-watchful eye on this most precious of His lambs.
We rejoice with Jon & Cora Buuck who will celebrate their first wedding anniversary this Tuesday, April 21. May our Lord and Savior continue to be a constant presence in their home, remaining at the center of their lives. We pray the Lord’s richest blessings upon them.
We also remember in our prayers Kevin Conrad and Sarah Curtis who were married yesterday afternoon. May the Lord richly bless this couple as they begin their lives together.
We remember in our prayers the friends and family of James Blomenberg (Ted’s brother) who was called to his heavenly home on Monday, April 13, and was given Christian burial yesterday afternoon. May the God of all comfort be with those who mourn, reminding them of that great day when all believers will be reunited in heaven.
The flowers on the altar are to the glory of God and in honor of Marvin Drier. Marv has served the Lord in the teaching ministry for 25 years. We pray that our Heavenly Father will be his guide and bless him as he continues to teach the youth of our congregations.
We remember those who are serving our country—Jason Putteet who is in South Korea, Randy McAllister (Fern Riemke’s son and brother of Kim, Terry, and Julie) who is serving in Germany, Brian Moeller, our reservists, Mike Brandt, Cody Kiess (grandson of Gene & Irene Kiess), and Josh Colwell (Tiffany’s husband), as well as Lydia Reynolds (niece of Dick & Donna Hileman), Nicolas Timm (Lowell & Jean’s son), James Johnson (Jean Timm’s nephew), and Chad Hall (Doris Conrad’s son-in-law). May the Lord protect and guide them in their missions.
Board of Stewardship’s Food for Thought – Can you imagine Mary Magdalene’s grief as she cried, “They have taken the Lord out of the tomb, and we don’t know where they have put Him!” (John 20:2)? Many today ask, “Where is God?” Like Mary, many today are looking for Him in the wrong places. The angel told Mary, “Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here; He has risen!”(Luke 24:5-6) Like the angel, we have the answer for those who are looking. Let’s not keep it a secret!
Included in this morning’s bulletin is our weekly study guide, “Time in the Word.” Next week’s theme is “Resurrection Witness.”
You can watch Worship for Shut-Ins on Sunday mornings at 6:30 a.m. on WPTA-TV Channel 21, at 8 a.m. on Digital 33.2 & Satellite 252 on Sunday mornings, or on Comcast Cable Channel 55 on Sunday and Monday afternoons at 4 p.m. They are also now broadcasting via the DIRECTV Channel 377 on Sundays at 11:30 a.m. Eastern time.
If you are unable to come to church, make sure you listen to our live service on WZBD (92.7 FM). Our service is broadcast from 9:05 a.m. to 9:50 a.m. You can also listen to the broadcast over the Internet. Just log on to our website (www.zionfriedheim.org) and click on “Listen to Zion’s worship service on WZBD radio from 9:05 - 9:50 a.m. on Sunday mornings.” Today’s broadcast is in honor of Marvin Drier and his 25 years in the teaching ministry, sponsored by his wife and children.
You can listen to Issues, Etc., on demand. Issues, Etc. is produced by Lutheran Public Radio and hosted by LCMS Pastor Todd Wilken. Listen to what you want when you want at www.issuesetc.org.
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 broadcast on Sundays at 8:05 a.m. on WZBD (92.7 FM) and on WFCV (1090 AM) at 3:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Lutheran Hour can also be heard on WOWO (1190 AM) on Sunday mornings at 11 a.m. Today’s sermon is “A Reasonable Request.” Sounds simple enough, but are there hidden nuances behind a request?
We thank Jean Timm and Alicia Drier for their duet, “Alleluia.” Alicia sang “Do You Know Your Shepherd’s Voice?” during the communion distribution. We are blessed to have such talented individuals as members of our congregation, who are willing to share their God-given talents with us. May the Lord bless each of them.
Kim Weiland (639-3804) is April’s “Meals of Grace” coordinator. Please contact Kim if you know of someone who could benefit from this ministry of our church. Our supply in the freezer is getting low. If you would like to donate any items—casseroles, soups, desserts, applesauce, anything that freezes well—in either family-size or servings for one or two, it would be very much appreciated. Just label your donation (short description and date placed in freezer). Thanks for your help!
On January 11, Grinsfelder Associates Architects, Inc. gave a presentation showing a possible way to create a gathering area and place bathrooms on the main floor of the church. Planning Committee and Council members will be available after services to help explain the concept and answer questions. There are drawings in church (near the pulpit) for you to look over. You can also go to the church’s website, www.zionfriedheim.org, and click on “Church Expansion Proposal Information.” An artist’s rendition of the proposed expansion from both the northwest and southwest view is available for you. By clicking on the pictures, an enlarged view can be previewed. From this site you can go to 1st floor plan of proposed site, as well as proposals of the basement plan, north elevation, south elevation, and west elevation. A site plan for the proposed expansion is also included. You might especially want to check out the Expansion Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) to see if one of your questions is answered there. Grinsfelder have worked up drawings for a proposed Parish Hall. There will be two informational meetings to present these drawings and to take questions. The first meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 28, at 7 p.m. A second informational meeting is scheduled for Sunday, May 31, following the worship service. The Council wishes to allow members who cannot attend the Special Voters’ Meeting (date yet to be determined) to contact any of the following three people and express their opinion prior to that meeting: Chairman of the Congregation – Mike Conrad (547-4717), Chairman of the Elders – John Nidlinger (724-9920), and Planning Committee Representative – Mike Werling (639-6132).
Still want a Friedheim calendar? There still available and now for only $10. You can pick one up following today’s worship service from any LYF member. If you would like to send one to a family member or a friend, there are mailers available at a cost of $1 per mailer.
There are sign-up sheets in the south entranceway for the 2009 sponsorship of our weekly radio broadcast as well as placing flowers on the altar. Don’t forget to sign your name on this sheet so that others can see which weeks are open. Thank you
You are invited to attend the LWML Praise Service at Flatrock this Saturday, April 25. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.; the service begins at 9 a.m. The theme is “Look to the Hills” and the in-gathering will benefit the food bank at the Ft. Wayne Seminary. Items being collected include non-perishable foods and paper goods. If you wish to give a monetary donation, please see Marlene Conrad. The LLL/LWML Spring Rally will be held on Sunday, April 26, at 3 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church (Union Township).
Parents of the 2009 Confirmation Class: Don’t forget that confirmation pictures are planned for this Saturday, April 25. Please be at church by 8:45 a.m. and don’t forget to bring your gown!
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans invite you to a reception for this year’s confirmation class. It will be held next Sunday, April 26, following the worship service. You are invited to come to the church basement to meet this year’s class, enjoy some light refreshments, and have an opportunity for some Christian fellowship.
When going through your closets, remember Immanuel House. Your clean, gently used items can be placed in the box in the Parish Hall near the east door and Joe Gorman will deliver them to Immanuel House. Thank you for your generous support of this ministry. (There have been over 70 clients helped at Immanuel House so far.)
Our Sunday School classes continue to collect items for families in Adams County. A list can be found in either entranceway of the church. There is a need for clothes—lightweight new spring jackets, new hooded sweatshirts, new socks, and new underwear—that would fit children in grades kindergarten through fifth grade. The greatest need is for sizes 5-10, both girls and boys. You may place your donations in the boxes marked “Kids Helping Kids.” Thanks!
Are you willing to help with our Sunday School program? We are looking for an individual who would volunteer to serve as Assistant Sunday School Superintendent for the 2009-2010 school year. This individual would then become the Sunday School Superintend the following year. If you have questions or would be willing to be a part of this program, please contact a member of the School Board (Mitch Baumann, Randy Hockemeyer, or Scott Hormann) or our current Sunday School administrators—Kristin Scheumann, our current Sunday School Superintendent, or Amy Walker, the Assistant Sunday School Superintendent. Thanks!
The church picnic is set for Saturday, June 20. Your help is needed! Individuals are needed to help set up, take down, organize the food, plan the games, and take care of the drinks. If you are interested in helping make this wonderful afternoon/evening a reality, please contact a member of the Board of Stewardship—Shirley Drier, Cindy Des Jean, or Lisa Bultemeier. Thank you!
Donna Hileman is our Lutheran Home Key Lady and, therefore, a member of the Lutheran Home Auxiliary. In this position, Donna has served as a liaison between our congregation and Lutheran Home. Lutheran Home assigns our congregation dates to bring birthday cakes (usually once a year) for the month and to assist residents to their Sunday worship services by pushing wheelchairs (once or twice per year). Donna then asks for donations or assistance for those dates. There is no need for cakes for the remainder of the year. However, our congregation has been assigned July 5 to push wheelchairs. (The youth group will be unable to help on the 5th, so other individuals or groups are needed for that day.) Donna also contacted the church office with information concerning upcoming activities (card party, chicken BBQ, ice cream social, garage sale, etc.) that should be publicized. If you would like to serve in this capacity or need more information, please contact Mike Conrad (547-4717) or Pastor Dahling as soon as possible.
Would you be willing to serve as our lay delegate to the convention to be held in Ft. Wayne this summer? Information concerning dates, location, and responsibilities will be available next week. If you would be willing to go, please contact Mike Conrad (547-4717) or Pastor Dahling.
St. James Lutheran Church (430 Ninth Street, Logansport, Indiana) invites you to services next Sunday, April 26, to celebrate Rev. Marvin R. Hinkle’s 43 years in the preaching/teaching ministry in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. (Pastor Hinkle served here from 1980-1986.) The service begins at 10:15 a.m. (EST) and a fellowship dinner will be held immediately following the services in their Parish Hall. If you are unable to attend these festivities, you are encouraged to keep Rev. Marvin & Harriet Hinkle in your prayers as they begin this new phase (retirement) in their lives. Congratulatory cards and letters can reach them at 422 Ninth Street, Logansport, Indiana 46947. (After May 1, their address will be 10707 N 550 W, Decatur, Indiana.)
Zion Lutheran Church, 7616 Bull Rapids Road in Woodburn is sponsoring a chicken dinner (catered by Paul & Carolyn Kauffman) on Saturday, April 25, from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The cost is $7 for adults and $4 for children. Carry outs are also available. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans will supply matching funds. You can also purchase items from their bake sale. All proceeds will go to Woodburn Lutheran School.
As a way of assisting the Decatur community during these difficult economic times, Zion Lutheran Church, 1010 W Monroe St, will offer free suppers to anyone in Adams County and the surrounding area on Thursday evenings from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. now through, Thursday, June 4. After the meal, there will be a Bible study available for adults, teens, and children for those who wish to stay. Donations and helpers are greatly needed as this is not a budgeted project; it is a ministry. Please contact Sandy Criswell (724-8414) if you can help. The remaining menus for April are sloppy joe’s chips/dip, pasta salad, dessert, and drinks on the 23rd; and tacos, chips/dip, salad, dissert, and drinks on the 30th.
The Kantorei, a sixteen-voice choir of students studying for the Office of the Holy Ministry, from Concordia Theological Seminary in Ft. Wayne, will be at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Columbus, Indiana on both the 25th and 26th of this month. On the 25th they will be at the dedication of the new sanctuary at 2 p.m. and on the 26th they will be at both the 8 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. worship services. The one-hour service will include a brass choir and congregational singing and will feature a number of compositions written for the Kantorei. Kantor Richard Resch will direct and be accompanied by Associate Kantor Kevin Hildebrand. Rev. Philip Zielinski will serve as preacher. The Kantorei will also share an Easter Choral Vespers Service in Kramer Chapel at the Ft. Wayne campus at 4 p.m. today. You are invited to attend.
Concordia Theological Seminary is offering a new retreat entitled “Contending for the Faith in the Twenty-First Century.” This retreat will be held on May 1-2 and will offering presentations on differing topics, such as atheism, Islam, and the historical and practical implications of a Christian witness. Attendees will come away with a greater confidence and insight into Christian witness in the public arena and will be given the tools to “always be prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks for the reason for the hope among us” (I Peter 3:15). The cost of the retreat is $50 and includes lunch and refreshments. To register, call 260-452-2100, email email@example.com, or go to www.ctsfw.edu/retreats.
Spring has sprung, and you’re invited to experience the uniqueness of Camp Lutherhaven this summer! Come for the week or make plans to attend the celebration of Camp’s 60th year in ministry. The summer theme is “seasons of Life” based on John 10:10. Camp Lutherhaven is registering campers of all ages for all sorts of exciting camping experiences lasting from one through six days. Got a question? Give Camp a call or drop them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find out more information about the summer programs and about the 60th anniversary by calling 260-636-7101 or visit the Camp’s website at www.lutherhaven.org. There is also some information in either entranceway of the church.
This year’s Vicarage/Deaconess Internship Assignment Service will take place on Monday, April 20, at 7 p.m., with Rev. William R. Diekelman, the First Vice President of the LCMS, to preach. The Candidate Call Service will be held n Tuesday, April 21, at 7 p.m., with the Rev. Kenneth M. Hennings, President of the Texas District, to preach. The list of placements and candidate calls will be posted on the Seminary’s website after the service each night. Both events will also be webcast from the seminary’s home page, www.ctsfw.edu.
A Ceremonial Groundbreaking for the new expansion of the Walther Library at the Ft. Wayne campus of Concordia Theological Seminary will take place on Tuesday, April 21, at 10:30 a.m. with President Gerald Kieschnick drawing up the first shovel of dirt. President Kieschnick shares, “I look forward to participating in the ceremonial ground breaking for the new addition to the library at Concordia Theological Seminary and pray it will be a blessing to those who are preparing for the office of the pastoral ministry of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.” Also attending will be Synod’s Council of Presidents and local officials and dignitaries. With over $5.6 million in pledges and fits raised, plans are to begin the $8 million project this summer.
The Decatur FastPitch Softball League is sponsoring at golf outing at Grey Goose on Saturday, May 16. The cost is $200 per four-man team. Contact Jason Buuck (623-6535) if you are interested in participating or need more information (start time, for example) concerning the event.
The Village of Heritage is sponsoring a brunch next Sunday, April 26, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Heritage Hall. The menu includes assorted pastries, fresh fruit, scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausage, roast beef, baked chicken, mashed potatoes, country green beans, buttered corn, and assorted pies and cakes (while supplies last, of course). All proceeds will go to The Village of Heritage Resident Fund. Tickets for adults are $10 (if purchased in advance are $8.50), children ten and under are $5 and children two and under can eat for free.
Emmanuel Lutheran Church (Soest), 9909 Wayne Trace, will present its 10th annual flame-grilled sausage and pancake brunch on Sunday, April 26. Serving will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Family Life Center. A free-will offering will be accepted with proceeds going towards the Church Restoration Fund and the Childcare Ministries Summer Day Camp. Limited matching funds are being provided by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.
The ladies of Soest will hold a Rummage Sale and Bake Sale on Thursday and Friday, April 23 and 24, in the Family Life Center. Thursday’s hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday’s hours are 8 a.m. to noon. Friday is a “sack sale.” Limited funds provided by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.
The Heritage High School Band Boosters are having a chicken dinner at the Heritage this Friday, April 24, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The cost is $7 and includes one-half chicken (provided by Nine Mile Restaurant), coleslaw, applesauce, and cookie.
Attendance: Good Friday Worship Service – 167 with 118 receiving Holy Communion; Easter Sunrise Worship Service – 79; Easter Festival Service - 331 with 214 receiving Holy Communion; Early-bird Bible Class – 20
OFFERINGS LAST WEEK
Last Week’s Contributions
Home Purpose 4/9-4/12
Missions - 4/9
Missions - 4/10
Missions - 4/12
Today we will be honoring Marvin Drier on the occasion of his 25 years in the teaching ministry. Prior to the luncheon (serving to start at 12:30 p.m. with a meal catered by Norm Schueler) to be held in the old gym at Wyneken, you will have an opportunity to visit with Mr. Drier (starting at noon). A short program will follow the luncheon (concluding around 2 p.m.) In honor of this event, donations are being accepted for the upgrade of the sound system in the cafetorium. A basket for any donations can be found at Wyneken today if you would like to help with this project.
Think of SCRIP when making your purchases. SCRIP is available daily in the school office or by contacting any SCRIP representative (Kim Weiland is our SCRIP rep). You can see Kim about purchasing SCRIP this morning. You can also e-mail her at email@example.com to place your SCRIP order. (Kim will be out of town April 24-26. If you will need SCRIP this weekend, please contact her before April 23. Thanks!)
Think Spring! It’s time to plan out your gardens. As in the past, the 7th grade class is selling certificates to McNamara’s and The Grainery. You may purchase these certificates now through April 30. The certificates are good until May 31. For more details or to purchase some certificates, please contact any Wyneken 7th grader. Friedheim’s 7th graders are Trevor Black, Kolton Everett, Anna Franke, Freddy Geels, Ryan Hockemeyer, Kaity Jenkins, and Alyssa Strickler. These certificates are also available in the school office. Thanks for supporting the class’s efforts in raising funds for their DC trip next spring.
The Wyneken Class of 2010 will have a Mother’s Day BBQ chicken dinner. The cost is $5 for one-half chicken. Pre-sale tickets are on sale after church services now through May 3. See any Wyneken 7th grader for tickets. (See the list above.)
Market Day order forms needs to be returned to the school office by Wednesday, April 29. Grilling season is here! Internet and phone orders are due by noon on Saturday, May 2. Pick up is scheduled for Thursday, May 7, between 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. If you have any questions, you can call Sharon Franke at 623-3992.
Spring ISTEP testing will take place beginning on April 27 and continue through May 6 for students in grades 3-8. Parents, please avoid scheduling appointments or taking vacation days during this time.
Grandparent/Special Friend Day is Friday, May 1, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Registration forms need to be returned by this Friday, April 24, especially if your guests are eating lunch at Wyneken. Morning Pre-K visits will take place from 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; afternoon visits, 1:30 p.m. to 2:40 p.m. Kindergarten-8th grade visitations will end with the last lunch period at 12:30 p.m.
North Adams will have their annual Kindergarten Round-Up on Thursday, April 23, from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Monmouth Elementary School. All students that will be in the kindergarten program at Wyneken for the 2009-2010 school year will need to attend this meeting. Information on school physicals, immunizations, dental exams, and eye exams, which are required by Indiana law to attend school, will be handed out at this meeting. Kindergarten students need to be current on their immunizations and have the required exams completed prior to the first day of school in August. If you cannot attend Round-Up, please contact the Wyneken school office so that they can send the packet of information to you when it becomes available.
Wyneken will dismiss at 12:15 p.m. on Monday, May 4, for teacher in-service. Neither North Adams nor East Allen schools will provide transportation home that day. Please make arrangements for your children to get home that day. Remember if you need to use childcare, contact them at 639-6064.
Circle Friday, May 15, on your calendar as this is the night for the PTL’s Family Square Dance. Bill Werling and the band, Breakaway, will be feature. The Hayloft’s doors will open at 6 p.m. with dinner served from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and dancing from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. A family pass (for all members in your household) can be purchased for $30. Individual tickets are $7. See Corbin Bultemeier for pre-sale tickets. Tickets are also available in the school office.
Other dates to remember: April 27-May 1 – Spring Scholastic Book Fair; May 26 – Spring Music Concert (chimes, choirs, bands)
The soccer season continues with games scheduled for both soccer teams (JV and varsity) this Wednesday, April 22, and Friday, April 24 at Wyneken. On the 22nd, Holy Cross will be the opponent with the JV game at 4:15 p.m., followed by the varsity contest at 5:30 p.m. On Friday the JV team faces Emmanuel-St. Michael at Wyneken at 4:15 p.m. and the varsity squad faces St. John-Emmanuel (Flatrock) at 5:30 p.m.
Information on summer camp opportunities are beginning to appear in the school office. Heritage High School is offering a one-week basketball camp after school (3:15 p.m. to 5 p.m.) for boys in grades K-9th grade (grades as of next school year). K- 3rd grade, the week of May 4; 4th – 6th graders, the week of May 11; and 7th though 9th graders, the week of May 18. These forms are available in the school office and need to be returned to Heritage by April 24.
Worship Service with Holy Communion
|10:15 a.m.||Sunday School & Bible Class|
|Noon||Meet & Greet @ Wyneken in honor of Marv Drier’s 25 years in the ministry|
|12:30 p.m.||Meal @ Wyneken|
|MONDAY||7:00 p.m.||Adult Bible Class|
|7:00 p.m.||Busy Women's Bible Study|
|TUESDAY||6:00 a.m.||Early-bird Bible Class|
|9:00 a.m.||Morning Glories|
|WEDNESDAY||Items for May newsletter needed in church office|
Chapel @ Wyneken
|9:00 a.m.||Tabea Society|
|9 a.m. – 3 p.m.||Immanuel House Open|
|THURSDAY||9:00 a.m.||LWML Bible Class @ Adele Blomenberg’s|
|9 a.m. – 3 p.m.||Immanuel House open|
|SATURDAY||8:45 a.m.||Confirmation pictures and practice|
|9:00 a.m.||LWML Praise Service @ Flatrock|
|April 26||9:00 a.m.||
Worship Service (Examination)
Thrivent reception follows
|10:00 a.m.||Sunday School & Bible Class|
|3:00 p.m.||LLL/LWML Spring Rally at Immanuel (Union)|
|April 27||7:00 p.m.||Adult Bible Class|
|7:00 p.m.||Busy Women's Bible Study|
|April 28||6:00 a.m.||Early-bird Bible Class|
|9:00 a.m.||Morning Glories|
|7:00 p.m.||Informational meeting - Expansion|
|April 29||9 a.m. – 3 p.m.||Immanuel House Open|
|April 30||9:00 a.m.||LWML Bible Class|
|8:20 a.m.||Chapel at Wyneken (Grandparent’s Day)|
|9 a.m. – 3 p.m.||Immanuel House open|
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LLL/LWML Zone Spring Rally at Immanuel Lutheran Church (Union)
SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2009 at 3 p.m.
Program: Pastor Ken Klaus’ address
at the 2008 International LLL Convention - “Thus Far, No Further”
Information on Lutheran Hour Ministries’ “Men’s Network”
(being offered to all churches)
A light meal will be served after the meeting.
Please join us!!