Donations of starchy salads, vegetable salads, jello salads, and desserts are needed.
If you would like to participate please call one of the following:
Libby Pailer 636-456-7164
Joan Sexton 636--456-5437
Lil Winter 636-585-2525
You may also respond by e-mail to Linda Callies: email@example.com.
Food should be brought to the church by 9 am if possible.
Our congregation has always been generous in their support. Your Ladies Aid and Wilma's family would like to thank you in advance.
The women were the first ones to the tomb that day. They were sad, as any mourners would be, and even more so, because their dreams were shattered and their best friend and teacher was gone.Even though Jesus told them several times that he would rise three days later, they couldn't get past what they saw just two days earlier. They saw him beaten beyond recognition. They saw a crown of thorns on his head. They saw his hands and feet nailed to a cross. They saw him cry out and take his last breath, and they saw them take his lifeless body down off the cross. He was definitely dead. As far as they knew that was the end. There was no coming back from the dead. No one had done it before.But wait..... Where was the body? They had come to anoint it with burial spices and perfumes (Note: There were no funeral homes to send the body. The family and friends took care of the body themselves.) But it was gone. Who could have done such a thing? Who could have taken the body of their friend?Then the angel appeared and changed their lives forever with 10 simple words "He is not here. He has risen, just as He said!"These same words either can change your life, if you have not yet believed, or have changed your life if you do believe. They always do! How have they changed your life? Have they given you hope and strength? Have they given you peace in the midst of great pain and suffering? Have they taken your guilt, destroyed it, and replaced it with God's mercy and grace?Or maybe you have been a Christian so long that you have taken these words for granted. Maybe these words haven't had an effect on you for quite some time. Even the best of Christians (as if there is such a thing) can have times of spiritual complacency. Anyone can have a time where their faith doesn't really matter too much to them.... until they need it.My friends, YOU NEED YOUR FAITH TODAY!! You need it every day! You need the knowledge and certainty of Christ's resurrection! You need to know that He is no longer in the tomb, that He is alive! And so does everyone around you! Embrace it! Cling to it! Be reminded of it! Live in it!Let us pray: Lord God help us to not be complacent when it comes to our faith, but help us to hold it in the highest regard as the most precious of all the possessions you give to us. Amen.
YESTERDAY'S QUIZ: Who were the first people to go to the tomb on Easter Day? The women: Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome_________________________________________________________________________________TODAY'S QUIZ: Who was the first person to enter the tomb and see the grave cloths lying there?____________________________________________________________________________CALENDAR:Thurs- Alzheimer's caregivers support group 1pm
Sat- Men's breakfast 8am; Bible Study 4; Worship 5
Sun- worship 8:30; Sunday school 9:45; worship 11; Elder's meeting noon; Basement reserved at noon for celebration of Morris baptisms
WORSHIP WORKERS FOR THIS WEEK
Acolytes- 8:30- Zoe Pezold 11- Ryan Spoede
Altar guild- Set up- Terry McKenzie; Clean Up-- Wanda Turnure
Greeters- 8:30- Tim and Kathleen Sherman; 11- Randy and Patty Sweet
Communion Assistants- Sat- Rich Talbert; 8:30- Don Turnure ; 11- Randy Sweet
Lay Readers- Sat- Kathy Fischer; 8:30- Allan Dreyer; 11am- Randy Sweet
8:30 Ushers- Figura family
Projectors- Sat- Pam Bueltmann; 8:30- Panhorsts; 11- Oliver Landwehr
Sat pianist- Kathy Barrow; Sun pianist- Molly Hendershot
NEWS:MEN'S BREAKFAST THIS SATURDAY AT 8am!We will continue to study the REAL story of Noah and the flood.Menu: biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, sausage, fruitPlease rsvp asap so I know how much food to prepare!_____________________________________________________YOUTH POOL PARTY-- Monday, August 11 1-5pm at WALT AND BETTY SCHIRRS HOUSE--- If you ae in 6-12 grade, bring your towel, your flip flops, your sunscreen, you arm floaties, and even a friend if you life to our annual pool party! Please RSVP no later than August 10 by either calling the church office at 456-2888 or emailing Kelsey Overbeck at firstname.lastname@example.org
GOLF OUTING SATURDAY, AUGUST 16!!!Just a reminder that the 2014 St. John's Lutheran Church / Little Lambs Preschool golf tournament is coming up on Saturday, August 16, at Country Lakes Golf Course in Warrenton. If you have not already done so, please check with your playing partners and forward names to me as soon as you can. Those individuals or organizations wishing to donate a hole sponsorship please advise NLT August 2 for time to get signs printed if needed.
Alan HofeldtEvent Coordinator636-456-3070
______________________________________________________________________________LABOR DAY FLOAT TRIP-- Float trip will be through Ozark Outdoors. Meet at the river at 10am for a 4 mile float. Please contact Teresa Scott to sign up. She can be reached by email at email@example.com, cell phone or text at 636-359-5041 or at Schraer heating and air conditioning at 636-456-5041. When signing up, [please provide your best phone contact number and email address, if you have one. More info to follow.
5-12 GRADE SUNDAY SCHOOL IS STILL GOING EVERY SUNDAY THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER!! PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU KEEP COMING EVERY SUNDAY!!
Kelsey is a great teacher and she has a lot of info in her brain and heart that she wants to get out to you!!
This week is chapter 25 "Jesus, the Son of God" READ IT!!_________________________________________________________________________________AGAPE NEEDS A LOT OF HELP, ESPECIALLY IN THE SUMMER MONTHSFood donations needed for both Warrenton and Wright City food pantries:¨ Canned meats, soups, spaghetti sauces¨ Boxed foods, macaroni & cheese, pastas¨ Hot breakfast, cereals, granola bars¨ Canned fruits and vegetables¨ Peanut butter & JellyNon-food donations needed:¨ Toiletry items, toilet paper, shampoo, soap, deodorants, razors and toothpaste¨ Gently used clothing, furniture, household etc…¨ Monetary donations (checks made out to Agape Ministry of Warren County, Inc.)Volunteers needed for the following tasks:¨ Sort donations¨ Distribute food¨ Work in the thrift shop¨ General hauling¨ Pick up food from grocery stores(requires a truck)________________________________________________________________________________________________________________T-SHIRTS FOR SALE!!!
Wonderful blaze orange t-shirts are for sale for $10 a piece to help support our board of outreach and evangelism's efforts and to raise money to provide for those in need. Pick up your size today and put your $10 in the box provided!!! They are located in the narthex (entry way) of church upstairs.
PRAYER REQUESTS: (If you have a prayer request please reply to this email or call me at 636-359-1061)
For the FAMILY OF WILMA SMITH as she passed away early yesterday morning.
For Chris Elcan's cousin’s granddaughter, Claire Dennis. She is 14 years old. She has a severe case of E-Coli and has been put on a heart lung machine to keep her alive.
For PAT PUCKETT recovering from shoulder replacement at home and doing very well
For ED KOHRS who is hospitalized from a minor fall last week, but is doing well.
For LYNN MESSER, a friend of Jo Fahrni, who went missing this past week, that she will be found safe and well very soon.
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