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MAY 21, 2017
OPEN FORUM/VOTERS’ MEETING
Tuesday, May 30 - St. John’s will hold an open forum at 6:30 PM to discuss the proposed ministry plan (budget) for 2017-18. All members are encouraged to attend. A voters’ meeting regarding the ministry plan will be held on Monday, June 5 at 6:30 PM.
SUMMER Q&A BIBLE CLASS
June 4-July 16 - St. John’s first Summer Bible Class will meet at 9:15 AM in the fellowship hall and will feature St. John’s Pastoral Staff answering member-submitted questions under the topic: “Your Questions and God’s Answers.” Questions may be submitted online here, emailed to Pastor Schroeder here or left in the box in the church narthex. Please note: there will be no class on Sunday, July 2.
BIBLE INFORMATION CLASS
Begins Sunday, June 4 – Take this opportunity to introduce a friend to the basic teachings of the Bible. Come and enjoy a wonderful opportunity to refresh your own spiritual knowledge. Those who complete the Bible Information Class will know more about the Bible than 95% of Americans – what an opportunity to grow in faith and knowledge! This course provides a general overview of the Bible, touches upon every major Christian doctrine, and supplies a solid understanding of what we confess and believe as a confessional Lutheran Church. Since it provides the foundation for a deeper relationship with God, we encourage both members and non-members to attend. To register for the class, please contact Ginny in the church office here or at 414-258-7831.
____________________ HAPPENINGS AT ST. JOHN'S
ROOTED & MOWING PLANTING DAY
Wednesday, May 31 – We have RESCHEDULED the planting day. Come and help the Rooted and Mowing team plant annual flowers at church and school from 6:00 – 7:30 PM. If interested please contact Kurt and Kelly Kramer here or at 414-475-9071.
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REELING IN THE FUTURE
____________________ AROUND THE WELS
Registration deadline is Wednesday, May 31 – Reeling in the Future fishing tournament (replacing the WLHS Fishers of Men tournament) will be held on Saturday, June 3 at Pewaukee Lake by the boat launch near Curly's Waterfront and Smokey's West Bait Shop. For details, click here or send an e-mail here.
TINY STEPS, BIG HEARTS RUN/WALK
Saturday, June 3 – Come join New Beginnings - A Home for Mothers for our third annual Tiny Steps, Big Hearts Run/Walk at the Wisconsin Lutheran College Outdoor Athletic Complex, 10200 W Watertown Plank Rd. Choose from the free 2-Mile Walk (donate $20 to receive a premium event t-shirt), 5K ($25 in advance/$30 day-of) or 10K ($30 in advance/$35 day-of). The run/walk will take place from 9:00-11:00 AM with check-in beginning at 8:00 AM. Afterward, enjoy live music by Branches Band, an awesome raffle, and free face painting, balloon animals, and a bouncy house for the kids. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. New Beginnings, a ministry of Christian Life Resources, helps new mothers learn Christ-centered parenting skills and provides training to lift them out of poverty and into a self-sufficient life. Register here or call 414-376-0594.
CAMP BASIC SUMMER CAMP
June 18-23 – Camp Basic at Wyalusing State Park in Bagley, WI offers an incredibly unique opportunity for people with developmental disabilities to gather, explore, learn and share with a group of their peers at a week-long, WELS-affiliated summer camp. Daily activities include Bible lessons, arts & crafts projects, games and outings. The goal is to provide a fun, meaningful and lasting experience that strengthens bonds between community and Christ. For more information or to register, click here or call David Schlei at 507-648-3335.
WARRIORS BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP
July 24-27 (grades 6-9) and July 31-August 3 (grades 2-5) – The Wisconsin Lutheran College men’s basketball coaches and players will host a Basketball Camp for boys entering grades 2-9. This is a fantastic opportunity for every level of player looking to improve their basketball skills in addition to achieving individual and team goals. We have a curriculum to fit each player with a training program based upon their skill level. This camp will feature group activities, as well as time for discussion to advance understanding of the game. A morning and afternoon session will be held each day inside WLC’s Recreation Complex. Cost is $85 per session or $140 for both sessions (includes instruction, lunch and a basketball). Register online here. For more information, contact Aaron Aanonsen by email here.
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Thank you to St. John's students and their families who so generously supported the monthly food pantry drive during their class's designated month. Your donations directly impacted a Milwaukee family in need.
Please set aside your family's gently used shoes. St. John’s will be holding a shoe collection in October for Soles for Jesus. Men's, women's and children's new and gently used shoes will be shipped to Africa where the shoes will make a difference in the lives of those in need. More information will be available in late summer. If questions, contact Yvonne Quint by email here or at 262-790-5716.
ATTENTION SOFTBALL PLAYERS
The St. Marcus Men’s Softball Team has invited members of St. John’s to join their team for the 2017 season. This is a non-competitive league, playing against other WELS church teams from the Milwaukee area. Play is on Tuesdays at Sijan Field (2821 S Kinnickinnic Ave.). Game time is between 6:30 – 8:30 PM. Games last about an hour. If interested, contact Tony Rehm here or at 414-416-3096.
VIKING EXPLORER CAMPS
Hey kids! Don’t waste a minute of your summer this year. Attend a camp at Wisconsin Lutheran High School to explore a wide variety of activities and interests in a Christian setting. Camps include: chess, theater, sports, robotics, and cheerleading. For more information and to register, click here or contact Jeff Sitz here or at 414-453-4567, ext. 2007.
WLHS SHARE THE MISSION
Student mission teams from Wisconsin Lutheran High School including St. John’s member, Brianna Pollesch and former St. John’s school students McKenna Godager, Elijah Henning, Mollie Henning, Ryan Lueck and Mikaela Sullivan will embark on exciting mission outreach projects this summer to help with the spiritual needs of people in various areas around the world. Information about this project, including how to contribute, is available on the narthex bulletin board or click here.
TEACHER/ADMINISTRATOR AND VOLUNTEERS FOR ESL PROGRAM
English as a Second Language (ESL) blesses many WELS congregations with the opportunity to help neighbors of foreign backgrounds learn English, show them the love of Jesus, and share with them the message of his life and resurrection. Resurrection Lutheran Church, 213 E Howard Ave., has decided to begin an ESL Class, with the prayer that the Lord bless this program to help spread his saving love and win souls for eternity. Our neighbors include many of Latino heritage, immigrants and refugees from Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Staffing is the most important part of ESL – people who know Christ and have hearts of love to reach out to others in his name. Resurrection is seeking a Teacher/Administrator, and several volunteers. No prior ESL experience is necessary. To learn more of these positions, please contact Pastor Mark Kock here or at 414-755-9021.
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CES SERVICE DIRECTORY
SPRING PIANO RECITAL
Tuesday, May 16 – Come to St. John’s church at 5:30 PM and enjoy the musical selections from the spring piano recital with Mrs. Bortulin’s students from St. John’s school.
THIRD THURSDAY NOONTIME CONCERT
Thursday, May 18 – Music lovers of all ages are invited to join us at 12:15 PM for "A Musical Collage," a program of organ music and vocal solos presented by Levi Nagel and accompanied by Lynn Kozlowski. Levi is Minister of Music at St. John's, Milwaukee (68th & Forest Home).
WOMEN’S BOOK CLUB
Friday, May 19 – We will meet at 7:00 PM in the school conference room to discuss “March” by Geraldine Brooks. RSVP to Jean Stern here for planning purposes.
Tuesday, May 23 – Join us from 6:30-8:00 PM in the St. Matthew’s Room on the lower level of church as we welcome Pastor Radsek from Institutional Ministries who will speak on the Journey of Grief, based on Psalm 23. We all experience grief of some sort when a loved one goes Home to the Lord but also when a care receiver is no longer the person we remember. The topic of cancer may also be discussed. All are welcome to come. RSVP to Carol here or at 414-543-7532, or Paula at 262-782-0524.
Friday, May 19 – St. John’s Lutheran Girl Pioneers will hold a “Mock-in” at school from 6:00-9:00 PM. Activities will include dinner, gym time and a movie. Girls are welcome to wear their pajamas. For details, please contact Kate Eft here or Kim Dvorachek here.
FAREWELL CARDS AND WELL-WISHES
Through Sunday, May 21 – Please join us in thanking Mrs. Alicia Campbell, Mrs. Kelly Johnson, Mrs. Emma Taylor, Mrs. Sara Courtier and Mrs. Madeline Horton for their years of service to St. John's. Cards and well-wishes may be placed in the box in the church narthex or school office through next Sunday. On Sunday, May 21, there will be a cake and coffee reception at 11:30 AM in the church fellowship hall along with a chance to wish the Campbell family farewell as they look to relocate to Indiana this summer.
ROOTED & MOWING – MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK
May-October – The lawn mowers are almost new and we need a crew! We desperately need more volunteers to mow the lawns at the church, school, and the upper lot. If you are willing to help out once a month, or just one time this season, please contact Kurt and Kelly Kramer here or at 414-475-9071.
It’s winter outside but we are thinking summer in St. John’s Childcare! We are working hard on our theme: “Joy, Fun, Seasons in the Sun.” We will be trick-or-treating, playing in the “snow,” camping, planting gardens, having pajama parties and so much more! Summer childcare is offered to children ages 2 yrs. (potty-trained) through 3rd grade. Click here to register or for more information.
EVENT REGISTRATION PAGE
Are you organizing a St. John’s event? Share the news with those you want to reach by completing an event registration form found on St. John’s website. Simply go to “Upcoming Events” and click the link above the calendar to get started. For questions, please contact the church office here.
NEW WORSHIP RESOURCE – UNDERSTANDING LUTHERAN WORSHIP
Wondering why we worship the way that we do? Curious about the color of the paraments in the front of church? Looking for background on one of the books of the Bible? Check out the new Understanding Lutheran Worship booklet located in each pew. This booklet provides an explanation of a variety of aspects of worship at St. John’s.
St. John’s CES puts together a Service Directory each year for members and families. This is a resource that our members can use if they are ever in need of one of the services listed. If you have a professional skill, hobby, home business etc. that you would like to include in a future directory, please fill out a form here and return it to the church or school office or email it to Tracey Lampe by clicking here. For more information about the Service Directory, click here.
LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!
Want to stay updated on church and school news, read relevant and timely blog posts, and hear about what’s going on in the WELS? You’ll find all that – and more – on the St. John’s Facebook page. Please help us spread the word by liking and sharing posts and checking in when you are at St. John’s. And be sure to look for our new Tuesday Takeaway feature. Click here and like us on Facebook!
BUSY BAGS FOR YOUNG WORSHIPPERS
Busy bags for worshippers ages 5 and under are now available in the coat room at the back of church near the Noah’s Ark trunk. The eight bags were made by St. John’s Seedlings group from materials donated by the congregation. Bags should be returned to the same location following the worship service.
WORSHIP NOTES FOR OLDER KIDS (AND ADULTS)
St. John’s now has Worship Notes for older kids to help them stay engaged and get more out of their worship experience. Worship Notes is a two-sided sheet that serves as a journal of the service with an area to make notes about the sermon, favorite hymns, prayers, memory verses, questions, and more. Worship Notes can be found on the round tract rack in the narthex near the Kid’s Service Folders for younger children.
PARENTS OF COLLEGE STUDENTS
Please help St. John's stay in touch with our college students by providing their email, school name and mailing address (if living away). They are eligible to receive free subscriptions to ''Forward in Christ" & "Meditations" magazines from the WELS Campus Ministry program. Print the contact information in the Friendship Register, email the information to the church office or look for the Student Information forms in the round tract rack in the narthex and on St. John’s website.
SERVICE AND FELLOWSHIP PROFILE
St. John’s Board of Stewardship has updated our Service and Fellowship Profile with new opportunities to serve. We recognize that interests and availability may change over the years and encourage all members to complete a new profile by clicking here.
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WISCONSIN LUTHERAN SEMINARY
May 16-19 – You are invited to attend the following year-end events at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary:
All events will take place in the Seminary Auditorium and be streamed live here.
PINE RIDGE CAMPGROUND NEEDS YOUR PARTICIPATION!
- Tuesday, May 16 – Assignment of Vicars at 7:00 PM
- Thursday, May 18 – Assignment of Graduates at 10:00 AM, Graduation Concert at 7:00 PM
- Friday, May 19 – Graduation service at 10:00 AM
Wednesday, May 17 – The Lutheran Pioneer Camp Conference Annual Delegates meeting is scheduled for 6:30 PM at the WELS Center for Mission and Ministry, N16W23377 Stone Ridge Drive, Waukesha. Delegates and members from any of the Conference Congregations, Lutheran Pioneer Trains or Caravans are welcome and encouraged to attend. This is your campground! You can help the board make important decisions on how Pine Ridge is run! Please contact Phil Wagie here with any questions. The agenda for the meeting includes passing a budget for 2018, electing new board members and discussing campground plans for the upcoming year. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!
WLHS PRISM CONCERT
May 19-20 —The WLHS Prism concerts will be held Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 2:00 and 7:30 PM in the WLHS gymnasium. Enjoy the God-given talents of our student ensembles, solos, duets, choirs and bands. Advance tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for children. Tickets will also be available at the door, $8 for adults and $5 for children. Tickets will be assigned on a first come, first served basis in one of four separate sections. Purchase tickets online here or in person at the WLHS front office to reserve a specific table within a section. Mail-in forms can be found online here. For more information, call 414-453-4567.
LIGHTHOUSE YOUTH CENTER MUSKIE FISHING TOURNAMENT
Saturday, May 20, 2017 – Help support Lighthouse Youth Center in Milwaukee while having fun fishing. Registration, raffle and packet pick-up begins at 6:30 AM at Smokey’s Muskie Shop, N27W27250 Woodland Dr., Pewaukee. Fishing will be from 7:30 AM – 12:30 PM. Cost is $60 per person, including breakfast. Prizes will be awarded for 1st and 2nd place. RSVP online by clicking here or contact Pastor Buske here or at 414-477-8379.
CHRISTIAN CAREGIVING CONFERENCE
May 24-25 - Concordia University, Mequon will host their 25th annual Parish Nurse and Congregational Health Ministries Conference, "O Give Thanks" for RN's, clergy, and others interested in parish nursing and congregational health ministries. For a list of speakers and activities, please see the brochures on the round tract rack in the church narthex or email Dr. Carol Lueders Bolwerk here.
27TH ANNUAL WLHS CHARITY GOLF OUTING
Register by Friday, May 26 – Register now for the Friends of Wisco Annual Charity Golf Outing on Monday, June 19 at this year’s new location, Hawk’s View Golf Club in Lake Geneva. Check-in begins at 8:30 AM with shotgun start at 10:00 AM. $150 single registration includes: green fees, cart, 2 beverage tickets, lunch, and dinner. Special pricing for sponsorships include a foursome of golf. Registration and sponsorship information can be found here. For questions, contact Heidi Witz here or at 414-453-4567 ext. 2004.
CAMP BIRD FOR LUTHERANS
Registrations are now being accepted for Camp Bird, a youth camp for children in grades 5-8 located on Sand Lake near Crivitz in Marinette County. The price for each child is $150 per week. Swimming, canoeing, boating, hiking, challenge course, kickball, volleyball, archery, handicraft, campfires, Bible study, games, camp songs and many other activities are waiting for you this year! Limited space is still available for the following weeks: July 9-14 and July 23-28. For more information click here. To send an email, click here.
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For a list of current employment opportunities within the WELS, as well as a brief description and contact information, please see the notice on the narthex bulletin board.
LAU TUITION ASSISTANCE
Tuition assistance for St. John’s school and Wisconsin Lutheran High School is available to St. John’s members through the Lau fund. Applications are available here as well as in the school office and church narthex. Completed applications are due back by June 30.
New Beginnings – A Home for Mothers is seeking sponsorships for its annual Tiny Steps, Big Hearts Walk/Run on June 3rd at Wisconsin Lutheran College. Monetary and product donations are welcome. If you know any businesses or community organizations that might help, please contact Brianne Hansen by clicking here or at 414-376-0595. Thank you for serving the mothers and babies of New Beginnings!
BUILDERS FOR CHRIST
Builders for Christ is the construction service ministry of Kingdom Workers, partnering with churches that are part of the WELS, ELS and other members of the Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference. BFC saved congregations over $525,000 in construction costs last year. The truck that the group uses to haul tool trailers has nearly 200,000 miles and needs to be replaced. If you would like to help, please click here for information about BFC and here to give a gift to help purchase a new truck for this mission. Right now, a generous donor is matching all gifts 100%.
Kingdom Workers has many opportunities for Christians to share their talents while sharing His Word with others this spring and summer. See the complete list of volunteer opportunities here.
AV WORKERS NEEDED
Volunteers are needed to operate the church Audio/Video System during church services. The commitment is usually about one Sunday service per month. The job requires some tech skills to monitor the sound system and operate video cameras. A DVD and CD is made for each service, the services are streamed live on the internet, and then archived for later viewing. Click here to contact Lyle Haferman if you are interested. New workers will be trained in the operations needed.
St. John's Altar Guild needs a few more team members. Each team does communion setup or cleanup about 4 times per year. If interested, please email Lisa Eggebrecht at email@example.com or call 262-389-0749 to learn more.
The flower calendar for 2017 has a new location… next to the elevator. Please sign up if you would like to sponsor altar flowers. Instructions, pens and payment envelopes are located below the calendar. Checks should be made payable to “St. John’s Altar Guild”. New Process: Flower payment envelopes (provided) are to be placed in the offering plate. Payment in advance is appreciated. Flowers may be picked up after the late service.
CES BABYSITTER DIRECTORY
St. John’s CES has put together a new Babysitter Directory for 2016-17 that includes middle school, high school and college age students who are willing to babysit/watch our children. Directories are available outside the school office or in the round tract rack in the church narthex. If you or your child are interested in being included in a future directory, please fill out a form here and return it to the church or school office or email it to Tracey Lampe by clicking here. For more information about the Babysitter Directory, click here.
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
WELS Lutherans for Life is in immediate need of volunteers to serve as receptionists at our pregnancy care center – welcoming clients, answering the telephone, making appointments, and related tasks. Commitment is 2 weekdays per month. Complete training will be provided. If this opportunity speaks to your heart, click here to send an email or call 414-727-8176 for more information.
WELS BARGAIN CENTER
WELS Bargain Center, Inc. has been operating thrift, resale stores in the city of Milwaukee since 1967 and has contributed well over 4 million dollars to WELS related organizations. In addition to special requests, the Bargain Center regularly shares proceeds with Wisconsin Lutheran High School (WLHS), Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC), Wisconsin Lutheran Institutional Ministries (WLIM), Wisconsin Lutheran Christian Family Solutions (WLCFS), and the Point of Grace Campus Ministries (TPOG). Currently there are two stores in operation; the north side location at 84th and Lisbon Ave. and the south side store at 51st and Howard Ave. The Bargain Center stores are in DIRE need of volunteers. The condition is such that they may be forced to close a store for lack of available workers. If you are able to help, please contact Se Vera Lau at 414-463-2595 (North Store) or Carol Southern at 414-327-2529 (South Store).
SCRIP GIFT CARDS
Gift cards for many area stores and restaurants are available through St. John’s school and by using them, you help to support our school! St. John’s receives a portion of the face value of each card at no extra cost to you! Look for order forms in the school office or on the small tract rack at the back of church (above the ushers’ desk). Order forms should be turned in to the school office or click here to send your order by email. You may also purchase gift cards online by clicking here (use code C5FB311729461) or in the school office from 3:00 – 3:15 PM on Mondays and Fridays.
Thank you to everyone who has participated with recycling programs at St. John’s. Please continue to save Box Tops for Education, Campbell’s Labels for Education and used ink and toner cartridges. Items may be turned in at any time in the church, school, or childcare offices. Bags of aluminum cans for recycling can also be dropped off by the shed in the church parking lot. Proceeds support the “School Improvement Fund.”
Daily devotion? WELS Missions blogs? Latest synod news? There’s an app for that! Join the more than 16,000 people who have downloaded the WELS app to their phone or tablet. It’s free! Available through Apple, Google play, and Amazon apps.
Bring your kids to story hour at NPH Christian Books and Gifts every Wednesday from 10:00 – 11:00 AM. Listen to stories from Miss Peggy, sing songs, and create beautiful take-home crafts! All preschool-age children are welcome to attend with an adult.
Help us serve your loved ones spiritually while they are serving our country. Click here and give our National Civilian Chaplain contact information for WELS men and women in the military. To learn how WELS serves military personnel, check out our website here.
LUTHERAN MILITARY SUPPORT GROUP
The Lutheran Military Support Group (LMSG) is a relatively new WELS organization dedicated to supporting the needs of our military veterans and our “military families” of both active duty members and veterans. Click here for further information.
DO YOU GET FORWARD IN CHRIST?
Forward in Christ, the official magazine of WELS, offers stories of faith, doctrinal and theological articles, WELS news, and more every month. Print and digital subscriptions are available. Learn more at wels.net/fic.
TRANSFORMED: devotions connecting teens to Christ
We recognize the challenges that our teens face in standing firm in faith and growing in that faith. The WELS Commission on Youth and Family is launching a weekly devotional series “TRANSFORMED: Devotions Connecting Teens to Christ.” Check out a new devotion each week at wels.net/transformed or subscribe to get them delivered to your e-mail at wels.net/subscribe.
WHAT ABOUT JESUS
For personal growth and spiritual outreach, click here to visit the What About Jesus website. View informative discussions that answer Bible questions and touch on daily issues. Enjoy daily messages that offer spiritual nourishment via e-mail or podcast. Share the info with friends who are struggling in their faith lives, with the unchurched who are searching for the one thing needful, and with family members who need spiritual encouragement.
is a free service provided by the WELS Commission on Evangelism through its WhatAboutJesus.com website. The devotions are distributed every weekday by email and are available as a downloadable audio file so you can listen to it at your computer or on an iPod. To begin, please click here.
TIME OF GRACE
Time of Grace with Pastor Mark Jeske can be seen on Sunday morning at 6:30 AM on MeTV 41 (WBME) and at 10:30 AM on CBS 58, on Thursday morning at 5:30 AM on ABC Family, on Saturday morning at 1:05 AM on WTMJ 4, and more. For details on programming times and support, please click here.
LUTHERAN RADIO CHURCH SERVICE
Each Sunday Morning the Lutheran Radio Church Service is heard on AM 1340 from 7:00 – 7:30 AM. There is a different preacher from various WELS or LCMS congregations in the area each week. The music and general format permits the homebound person to hear the Word like in a church setting. Click here to listen anytime to archived services.
Click here to view WELS podcasts. Seminary chapel services can be viewed by clicking here.
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Sundays - 8:00 & 10:30 AM
Saturdays - 5:30 PM
Saturdays - 7:00 PM (Mandarin)
Communion - 1st and 3rd Weekend/month
Sundays - 9:15 AM Bible Classes,
For details, and other spiritual growth opportunities, click here.
Sunday School, Teen Ministry
Saturdays - 7:00 PM Children's Bible Class
.CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Week of May 21-30, 2017
|11:30 AM - Farewell Reception
Youth-Member Yard Work
||5:00 PM - Worship & Services
||6:30 PM - Samaritan Partners
|6:30 AM - Men's Bible Study
8:15 AM - Children's Chapel
8:30 AM - RIBS
2:30 PM - Jr. Handbells
7:00 PM - Adult Choir
||6:30 PM - Ascension Worship
|11:45 AM - School Early
6:45 PM - School Graduation
||8:15 PM - Fellowship/Gym Time
No Office Hours
6:30 PM - Open Forum
MAY COUNCIL PROJECT
Camp Phillip provides year-round relaxation in creation and renewal in Christ to WELS members and is partially supported by St. John's and other member congregations.
Details on the narthex bulletin board. To contribute, use your green Above & Beyond envelope - make checks payable to St. John's.
|SERVING THIS WEEK:
M Naumann, D Schmal, L Totsky (8:00)
D Allerheiligen, A Duncan, A Goede
J Johnson (5:30)
M Naumann (8:00); M Bahr(10:30)
M Bahr (6:45 Thu); K Kuehn (6:45 Fri)
P Katzer, C Sturdevant, S Vander Veen,
B Weihing (8:00)
M/C Rindfleisch, M/C Rouse (10:30)
B Ipsa, I Lentz (8:00)
B Pagel, K Pagel (10:30)
D Schmal (8:00); B Cleary (10:30)
P Puglisi (6:45 Thu); Open (6:45 Fri)
T De Longe, C Kuehn (9:15)
|SERVING NEXT WEEK:
R Yahn (5:30)
T Wessel (8:00); D Knuth (10:30)
P/S Trettin, T/E Balistreri (8:00)
D/S Smith, H/K Schrank (10:30)
Summer break (will resume in fall)
L Haferman (8:00); B Haferman (10:30)
No Nursery this week
Through May 14, 2017
Saturday: 91; Mandarin: 23; Sunday: 562