St. Paul Lutheran Church 10792 N Co Rd 210 E, Seymour, IN 47274 Phone: (812) 522-7364 Office Email:[email protected] Web site:http://www.stpaul-borchers.org

September 2016

From the Pastor’s Desk

Training for Discipleship In our household, we have been really into the Olympics. We have been watching the swimming—watching Michael Phelps, Katie Ledecky, among others get gold medal after gold medal. We have seen the gymnastics and the beach volleyball. I even watched some ping pong (which is pretty amazing) as well as the men’s and women’s road race for bicycling (both of which had fantastic finishes and terrible-looking crashes). As we watch these world class athletes compete for their dreams, NBC will occasionally run a piece about the training regimen of the athletes and how hard they train in order to be in the position of competing in the Olympics. When I hear about the routines that many of these athletes go through in order to stay in shape and hone their skills for their events, I am always amazed at the amount of time it takes and how it consumes their lives. This always reminds me as to why my golf game is still not great. I want to be able to go out and play a couple of times a year and play like Tiger Woods (in his heyday). This just doesn’t happen. In order to be great at something, it takes time and practice and practice and practice. This is also true in our Christian walk. If we desire to be like Jesus—this doesn’t happen overnight. If we want to bring honor and glory to God in all that we do and say—this takes work! In our confession, we state ‘we are in bondage to sin and cannot free ourselves. We have sinned against you in thought, word and deed, by what we have done and by what we have left undone.’ (LBW, p. 56) This reminds us that our natural state is sinfulness and thus in order to be holy and pure, it takes WORK! We cannot by our own effort become sinless—however I think the Biblical witness calls us to strive toward this goal. Jesus tells the women caught in adultery to go and sin no more. (John 8) So how do we train for discipleship? How do we train ourselves to be like Jesus? It involves practice and a routine. The training is not lifting weights or aerobic exercise or dieting. Rather the training involves regular Bible reading, daily prayer, weekly worship, serving others who are in need, giving of our time and talents, and sharing our faith with others. Just as Olympic athletes need to continually train in order to achieve their goals of medaling, so we need to regularly and consistently seek to train ourselves in faith practices to strength our daily walk with Jesus.

Happy Training!

H A P P Y B I RT H DAY ! ! 1 1 1 2 3 3 4 4 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 11

Fred Rotert Betty Moorman Bryce Rorick Jack Rosenberger Matt Schafstall Tyson Marshall Linda Newkirk Tyler Kruse Linda Seitz George Mansfield IV Lori Hatfield Matt Darlage Mindy Davis Jim Eglen Charlotte Warfield Dugan Otte

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Marcus Taulman Bethany Rust James Reinbold Alvin Otte Mildred Carter Dana Henley Samantha Browning Eli Wood Deryl Paswater Anita Gault Lois Bryden Toby Kleffman Jodi Brown Terri DeVoe Robert Runge Angela Rorick Madison McCory

October Volunteers

September Volunteers Mark & Doris Rorick (8:00)

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Jacob Rotert Sophia Hoene Amanda Otte Andrew Shuler Noah Rorick Jessica Rotert Kennedy Engelau Susan Kaiser Trenton Brigdon Doris Hoene Brandon Rotert Mark Cupp Nathan Newkirk Carrie Morrison Doris Kleffman Matt Kendall

Greeters Danny & Lou Ann Hoevener (8:00) Kendall & Susie Alstatt (10:15)

Greeters Leon & Linda Seitz (10:15)

Communion Assistants Mark Rorick (8:00) Leon Seitz (10:15)

Leah Otte (8:00)

Communion Assistants Kendall Alstatt (10:15) Altar Care Oct. 2–Alstatt family (10:15)

Altar Care Sept. 4–Linda Seitz (10:15) Sept. 11 –Shirley Lewis (8:00) Sept. 18–Linda Seitz (10:15) Sept. 25 –Doris Rorick (8:00)

Oct. 9 –Leah Otte (8:00) Oct. 16–Alstatt family (10:15) Oct. 23 –Phyllis Cupp (8:00) Oct. 30 (Reformation)—Luci Angel (8:00) & Alstatt family (10:15) Lectors Ed DeVoe (10:15) Amy Rotert (10:15) Karen Davis (10:15) Leon Seitz (10:15) Laberta Otte (10:15)

Lectors Sept. 4 –Maggie Newkirk (8:00) Laberta Otte (10:15) Sept. 11 –Lou Ann Hoevener (8:00) Hannah Wood (10:15) Sept. 18 –Mark Rorick (8:00) Judy Wonning (10:15) Sept. 25 –Mandy Otte (8:00) Kendall Alstatt (10:15)

Oct. 2 –Lois Bryden (8:00) Oct. 9 –Leah Otte (8:00) Oct. 16 –Doris Rorick (8:00) Oct. 23–Jodi Brown (8:00) Oct. 30—Dot Goodwin (8:00)

Acolytes Sept. 4 –Greta Brown (8:00) Eli Wood (10:15) Sept. 11 –Kayla Baker (8:00) Tyson Lawles (10:15) Sept. 18 –Annie Engelau (8:00) Eli Lane (10:15) Sept. 25 –Jay Herbert (8:00) Elizabeth Rust (10:15)

Acolytes Oct. 2 –Cami Kleffman (8:00) Lexi Morris (10:15) Oct. 9 –Adam Newkirk (8:00) Eamon Shaw (10:15) Oct. 16 –Luke Lanam (8:00) Saige Plummer (10:15) Oct. 23–Kylie Eglen (8:00) Eli Wood (10:15) Oct. 30—Audrey Newkirk (8:00) Tyson Lawles (10:15)

Projectors Sept. 4 –Cam Mansfield (8:00) Chloe Bryden (10:15) Sept. 11 –Kaelen Eglen (8:00) Eli Wood (10:15) Sept. 18 –Jamie Baker (8:00) Hannah Wood (10:15) Sept. 25 –Erin Otte (8:00) Rachel Hildebrand (10:15)

Projectors Oct. 2 –Doris Rorick (8:00) Charlotte Rust (10:15) Oct. 9 –Cam Mansfield (8:00) Eli Wood (10:15) Oct. 16 –Kaelen Eglen (8:00) Chloe Bryden (10:15) Oct. 23–Jamie Baker (8:00) Hannah Wood (10:15) Oct. 30—Erin Otte (8:00) Rachel Hildebrand (10:15)

Children’s Sermon– September 4 Leah Otte September 25 High School Youth Welcome Center-Shirley Lewis (8:00) Sept. 4 –Charlena Warfield Sept. 11 –Wilma Claycamp Sept. 18 –Wilma Claycamp Sept. 25 –Staci Eglen

Children’s Sermon– October 2 October 30

Judy Wonning (10:15)

Carolyn Jones High School Youth

Welcome Center-Carol Mansfield (8:00)

Flowers

Oct. 2 –Bonnie Lane Oct. 9 –Need volunteer Oct. 16 –Molly Claycamp Oct. 23 –Tammi Reinbold Oct. 30—Mildred Carter 2

Flowers

Linda Seitz (10:15)

Upcoming Worship Below are the lessons and some thoughts about the upcoming Sundays. Please take some time to look over the lesson and reflect upon them in preparation of the upcoming weeks in worship.

September 4th:

Text— Luke 14:25-33

The charge to hate everyone and even life itself stands next to the call to love one another (Luke 10:27), and despite this command to give up all our possessions, in the Acts of the Apostles, Luke lauds wealthy Christians for their support of the community. Here Luke’s repeated theme, that God forgives, is shown to have a cost. If there was no cost, if forgiveness is totally free, why did Jesus have to die? When we come forward for holy communion, we are indeed following Jesus and his cross.

September 11th:

Text— Luke 15:1-10

The grumbling of the Pharisees and the scribes in today’s gospel is actually our holy hope: This Jesus welcomes sinners and eats with them. That our God wills to seek and to save the lost is not only a holy hope, it is our only hope. As Paul’s first letter to Timothy reminds us, “The saying is sure and worthy of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.” Thanks be to God.

September 18th:

Text— Luke 16:1-13 (Mission Festival)

Today we celebrate the Mission Festival. Our focus this year will be Turning Point. We will hear stories of how this organization helps and assists people in our community. The Gospel Message calls us to live out our faith. One way that we do this is through various organizations and ministries that do work that we couldn’t do by ourselves as a congregation, but can participate in through supporting with our time, with supplies that they need, and financially.

September 25th:

Text— I Timothy 6:6-19

This excerpt from 1 Timothy is remarkably appropriate for this Sunday. In Christ believers discover the true treasury. They are to be rich in good works. The good fight of faith is described as marked by love, endurance, and gentleness, yet also pursues righteousness and generosity. Rather than loving money, Christians are to be ready to share.

CHURCH COUNCIL

Church Council positions to be filled:  Secretary 

Chairman—Dan Holle



Secretary—Karen Davis Financial Secretary—Casey Engelau Elders—Gene Kruse & Bill Kidd

Financial Secretary   Elder   Deacon (8:00)   Trustee 

Deacons—Tyler Shaw & John Harris

If you are interested in any of these positions, talk with Pastor Steve or any council member.

Treasurer—Wanda Engelau

Elections will take place at the October Quarterly

Trustees—Louis Wonning & Tony Herkamp

PICNIC GROVE LAWN MOWING VOLUNTEEERS

Congratulations to Moriah & Ben Cragan on the birth of their son, Beau Alexander, born on August 3, 2016. Proud grandparents are Ruth Ann & KY Hendrix and great-grandmother is Lois Rust.

We still need someone for October! Please sign up at the Welcome Center. 3

Contacting College Students

CONFIRMATION CLASS

We would like to have more contact with our college students by emailing them devotions, texting messages, sending them packages, etc.

The new year of Confirmation classes will begin on September 18. Lunch will be served after the 10:15 am service and then confirmation instruction will begin between 11:45 and noon. Youth can be picked up at 2:30 pm. If you have questions please contact Pastor Steve.

If your student would like to be a part of this, please supply the church office with their contact information: address, email, and cell number.

Confirmation schedule: September 18 October 30 November 13 December 11 January 22 February 12 March 5 April 23 May 7—Confirmation Day—one service 9:00 a.m.

Mission Festival September 18 We will have a speaker from Turning Point Domestic Violence Services at both worship services. We will also have a breakfast between services.

WELCA Meeting September 22 at 7:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall

Adult Bells will start again on Sept. 7

All women of the church 18 and older are welcome!

Questions? Please call Jo McGrew at 812-522-3337

WINGS is the host group

Practices are on Wednesday evenings at 6:30

Pipe Organ Concert at Borchers Chapel

St. Paul Lutheran Cookbook Reduced price: $7 each (Was $14)

Saturday, October 1

Cookbooks are available in the church office.

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Ukulele Group

Group Meetings

Sunday School Opening WINGS

A big thank you to our ukulele players that helped the kids learn a few new songs during Summer Sunday School! Beginning September 4th, the ukulele group will help lead the songs during Sunday School Opening (the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month from 9 9:15 a.m.). Please stop in and play along with the classes. Every instrument, age and talent level is welcome!

will meet on September 1 at 7:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall Mandy Otte is the hostess.

Ruth Circle

will meet on September 1 at 7:30 p.m. at Judy Wonning’s home

Hannah Circle

will meet on September 20 at 9:00 a.m. in the fellowship hall Patty Herkamp is the hostess and Bible study leader

Group Practices / Jam Nights Ukulele Group will meet Wednesday, September 7 & 21. At 6:00 p.m. we will hold a beginners practice. If you are new to the ukulele and would like help learning to tune your uke, practice strumming and basic chords, please stop by one or both of these practices. Around 6:30 p.m. we invite everyone to join us playing our old favorites and learning new songs. Stay as long as you like and have fun playing and relaxing with some ukulele tunes.

Joyful for Jesus will begin practicing on Sunday, September 11 at 6:00 p.m. This is a singing group for youth grade 6—adult.

Any questions, see Michael or Jamie Baker. If you have suggestions for different practice times or new songs, just let us know. Thanks!

All are welcome! Any questions, talk to Carolyn Jones.

PRAYER SHAWL

GriefShare

will meet on Tuesday, September 13 & 27

A special 13-week program for those coping with the loss of loved one

at 7:00 p.m. in the narthex

GriefShare seminars feature video sessions and discussion on such topcs as Living with Grief, the Journey of Grief, the Effects of Grief, Your Family & Grief, and the Uniqueness of Grief.

Contact Michelle Wood or Connie Knoke with any questions.

This is a free program for adults and children 14 years old and older. Registration is not required. Please feel free to attend any or all sessions. Childcare is available upon request.

CHURCH EMAIL LIST & PRAYER CHAIN Would you like to be part of the church email list and prayer chain?

Every Thursday from 7:00-8:30 p.m. through November 3 Two convenient meeting locations: Seymour Brownstown The Point Brownstown Christian Church 311 Myers Street 703 Spring Street

The Welcome bulletin is emailed each week. Prayer requests are emailed out as requested. If so, please let Michelle know, or put your email address in the office secretary mailbox.

For more information, call 812-522-0508 5

BOOK BUZZ

will meet on Monday, September 26 at 1:00 p.m. in the narthex Look for our next book title in the bulletin!

In the last newsletter, it was noted that the TREATS program is being revisited with the intention of being revamped.

Please contact Michelle Wood or Trish Tangman with questions or suggestions.

Tyler, Carolyn and Pastor Steve have met and talked about what direction we should take with revamping TREATS. At this point in time, we are looking at offering a new event that will be offered on Sunday. The program will have a Day Camp feel to it, with a focus upon a Bible lesson, crafts, and games. This program will be geared toward elementary age youth. At this point, we are thinking of incorporating a meal as part of this new program. This event will have a new name (which hasn’t been thought yet).

St. John's Lutheran Church, White Creek Annual Smorgasbord/Bazaar Saturday, September 10, 2016 from 4:30-7:00 p.m. The menu will include turkey and ham, homemade noodles, mashed potatoes, corn, green beans, and assorted salads and desserts.

We are targeting January for the beginning of this new program, with the thought of it being once a month and trying it from January to April. As of right now, we are thinking of a time frame of 4:30 to 6:30 or so.

Wernle

If you have thoughts or ideas, please feel free to talk with Pastor or Tyler.

Youth & Family Treatment Center - a community of hope

There will be more information and concrete plans in the months to come.

A speaker from Wernle Home will be at both services on October 2. We are collecting items for them as well. Please put items in the container marked “Wernle Home” in the narthex.

OLGA’S 10th ANNUAL LABOR DAY PITCH-IN

Items needed:  Twin size blankets  Twin size sheets sets  Twin size plactic mattress covers  Standard size pillows  Standard size plastic pillow protectors  Full size body wash (with flip tops)  Hair brushes  Hair combs  Deodorant (for both males and females)  Shampoo/conditioner  Hair gel  Shaving cream/gel  Disposable razor (4 per pack)  Toothbrushes  Toothbrush holders

on September 4th beginning at 5:00 p.m. at the home of Olga Otte 8575 N. Base Rd., Seymour Meat, drinks and table service will be provided. Please bring food to share and your lawn chairs. RSVP: Olga — 497-2253

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MISSION CARE/ COMMUNITY CARE:

Recycling Tip of the Month

FOOD PANTRY Cleaning supplies for Turning Point

Your patience is appreciated this month as our recycling container must be moved at some point to accommodate the parking lot resealing project. If you arrive with your recyclables and the container is nowhere to be found, we apologize. It will be returned as soon as possible!

Donations this month will be given to Turning Point. Items they currently need: Laundry pods

LWR SCHOOL KITS

Kitchen trash bags (13 gallon) Large black trash bags

Don’t forget to take advantage of back to school sales to get the lowest prices of the year for Lutheran World Relief school kit supplies like tablets of paper, crayons, pens, pencils, rulers, scissors, and erasers.

Disinfectant (spray or cleaner) Please place your donations in the wooden box in the hallway near the kitchen, or in the basket near the main entry doors.

Please put items in the LWR box near the kitchen. Items needed are:  70 sheet notebooks (wide- or college-ruled paper approx. 8”X 10.5”)  black OR blue ball point pens (no gel ink)  2.5” erasers  blunt scissors unsharpened #2 pencils with erasers 30 cm rulers 16 OR 24-count crayons

Red Cross Blood Drive Sunday, September 11 in the Borchers Preschool room from 8:00 a.m. – noon

Look for the handy RED Lutheran World Relief shopping guides on the Welcome Center and put one in your pocket or purse!

Walk-ins are always welcome, so tell your friends and neighbors. Sign up at the Welcome Center if you’d like to reserve a favorite time.

RESULTS FROM VEHICLE SURVEY These results were presented at the August Council meeting. Of the forty-four surveys returned, 34 were in favor of further exploration toward purchase of a vehicle for church use and 10 were opposed to the idea. Many folks stated they would like to have more information about the possibility of purchasing a vehicle. On the Welcome Center is an information sheet about the type of vehicle being researched, the options available, and the cost. An informational forum is being planned for October 9 at 9:15 a.m. Jim Lloyd, a representative of Church Bus, Inc., will bring a church bus to St. Paul so members can experience what an actual vehicle would provide riders. Mr. Lloyd will be present to answer any questions. 7

SENIOR CARE:

Borchers Breakfast Club

Faith Through The Years

Borchers Breakfast Club (BBC) meets every Thursday from 9:00 to 12:00 for breakfast, activities, and social time. YOU are welcome to join the group just for breakfast, or for the entire morning.

Many seniors at St. Paul-Borchers have shared their favorite bible verses. A series of brief narratives about how particular verses have influenced the lives of these members have also been published in newsletters. These “faith stories” are shared with the hope of passing on inspirational thoughts that might inspire others to persevere in their own Christian walks. This month’s faith story was written after an interview with Eunice Lutes.

Leftovers from weekly BBC breakfasts are available to be delivered to anyone who would appreciate this effort. If you or someone you know might like an occasional delivery, please let Joe Hoene or Trish Tangman know.

On an extremely cold night in January of 1936, Eunice Winona Otte was born at the home of her parents, Harold and Lona Hehman Otte. Although the outside temperature was a frigid fourteen degrees below zero, the local doctor arrived on horseback. The doctor was able to find a suitably warm spot behind a wood-burning stove where Eunice was delivered into the world. Eunice’s parents payed the doctor for this unique delivery with an equally unique payment - a big pot of chicken and dumplings!

Trip to Franklin, Indiana

Eunice was the second oldest child born to Harold and Lona. She grew up with five brothers – Gerald Otte, Alvin Otte, Merrill Otte, Harlan Otte, and Dennis Otte, and one sister, Marlis Otte Kidd. Confirmation for Eunice took place in 1950 in a class of five girls and two boys instructed by Pastor George Sixt. In 1955 Eunice married the love of her life, Thurman Lutes. The couple was married over 50 years and raised three children – Timothy, Kitturah, and Michelle. Eunice considers marrying Thurman and raising their children to be the greatest accomplishment of her life.

September 22 This outing will include a complimentary lunch at a shelter in Franklin’s Province Park, and a free showing of the award-winning movie “Hoosiers” at the downtown Artcraft Theatre. As always, you don’t have to be a senior citizen to attend with the group!

Eunice’s faith life has remained an important anchor for her throughout her life. Reading the 23rd Psalm is a comfort to her, as it reminds her she is cared for by God in good times as well as difficult times. Asked what she would like her children and grandchildren to remember about her she said, “Please remember my love for you and my faithfulness towards God. Stay strong in your faith and be faithful to your family.” Eunice hopes she will be remembered by others for her kindness, helpfulness, and love.

Everyone is welcome! A carpool will leave the church parking lot at approximately 12:15 and return around 4:30. Please sign up at the Welcome Center to join the fun! Thanks to Rev. Quentin Small for acquiring the free tickets for our group! 8

FRIENDLY CARE:

Coffee & Coloring

Your creative gifts

Pizza & Pool Sunday, September 18 from 6-8 PM

Inspired creations continue to be generated by card makers and prayer shawl makers.

Folks will gather in the Fellowship Room to enjoy complimentary pizza before spending some relaxing time coloring and/or playing pool.

If you have an ability to make greeting cards, or if you like to knit or crochet, opportunities are available to use your creative abilities to benefit others through St. Paul’s caring ministries.

New this month will be greeting cards participants may color if they wish. These cards will be mailed in the future by the Care Team.

Contact Trish if you’re interested.

All materials will be provided!

All ages are welcome!

HEALTH & WELLNESS CARE: by Susie Schnitker, Certified Family Nurse Practitioner With all the recent rains, mosquitos are anticipated to be quite a problem as we head in to fall. Mosquitos breed in standing water so when excess water is present, mosquito populations tend to increase. Mosquitos are a vector that are known to carry many serious diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, and parasites. Some of the more common diseases in the US include: West Nile Virus, several viruses and bacteria responsible for causing meningitis and encephalitis and now a new disease called Zika Fever.

Monday, September 26 6:30 p.m. Dinner & Updates will take place for all Stephen Ministers and guests at 6:30 PM on Monday, September 26th. The meal will be catered by Farmhouse Catering. Please let Trish know of your availability to attend! Stephen Ministers with official care receivers are attending monthly supervision meetings with Trish for the duration of each relationship. Brief refresher meetings are encouraged as needed, for Stephen Ministers beginning new caregiving relationships. ALL Stephen Ministers will meet twice yearly, for dinner and updates, on the 4th Mondays of March and September.

On the following page, you will find great information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on how to protect yourself and how to eliminate excess mosquitos around your property. 9

How to Protect Against Mosquito Bites

Zika virus is spread to people mainly through the bite of an infected mosquito. Mosquitoes that spread Zika virus both mostly during the day, but they can also bite at night. The best way to prevent Zika is to protect yourself from mosquito bites.

For more information: www.cdc.gov/zika

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St. Paul’s Youth and Family Ministries LUTHER LEAGUE Luther League will meet on Sunday, September 18 at 5:30 at El Nopal for our kick-off meeting. We will be planning the upcoming yearly events. Anyone in grades 9­12 are invited to join us. Just bring money for your supper! After the meeting there will be a schedule of the yearly activities posted on the YFM bulletin board in the office , as well as extra copies to take home.

JR. HIGH Those Jr. High Youth who registered to attend the annual IYI Youth Retreat at Lutheran Hills on September 23 -25 will meet at the church on Friday, September 23 at 6:00 p.m. We should return to the church around 11:15 a.m. on Sunday, September 25. Be sure to pack appropriate clothing for the weekend. There are copies of what you need to bring in the folder on the YFM bulletin board in the church office. After our meeting last month, there is a schedule of the yearly events posted on the YFM bulletin board as well as extra copies to take home.

TWEENERS Tweeners is a group for Grades 3-5. We will meet on Sunday, September 18 for lunch (pizza) and a movie. Pickup is at 2:45 p.m. There will be a short parent meeting from 2:45-3:00 p.m. Please sign up on the YFM bulletin board in the church office by September 11 so enough pizza can be prepared. Any questions, talk to Tyler.

KID’S BELLS Kid’s Bells will practice on Wednesday, September 7 at 5:30 (Team 1) and 6:00 (Team 2) p.m. We will then move practice to Sunday nights. We will practice on Sunday, September 11 and September 25 at 5:00 (Team 1) and 5:30 (Team 2) p.m. Kid’s Bells Team 2 will play at both worship services on Sunday, September 11. Kid’s Bells Team 1 will play at both services on Sunday, October 2.

KID’S PRAISE Kid’s Praise will begin practice on Sunday, September 25 at 6:00 p.m. Any child in grades K-5 are invited to join us! Erin Engelau is leading this group. They will sing at both services on Sunday, October 9.

JOYFUL FOR JESUS This is a singing group for Grades 6-adult. We will practice on Sunday, September 11 and September 25 at 6:00 p.m. We will meet in the High School Room. We will sing at both services on Sunday, October 2.

SUNDAY SCHOOL Regular Sunday School will begin on Sunday, September 4 at 9:15 in the fellowship hall. This year’s teachers will be: Preschool-Jamie and Michael Baker; Pre-K-K—Leah Otte; Grades 1-2—Debbie Herbert; Grades 3-5—Amy Underwood; Grades 6-8—Troy and Susan Kaiser; and Grades 9-12—Amelia Shaw and Sara Rapp. We have a new curriculum this year! Also, on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month, all Sunday School classes will join together for Sunday School Opening. This will be a time for singing, celebration, and recognizing birthdays.

PRESCHOOL

Carolyn: Cell Phone: 521-0281 Email: [email protected]

Tyler Claycamp (Intern): Cell Phone 216-7027 Email: [email protected]

Preschool Chapel will be held on Wednesday, September 28 at 9:30 a.m. Mother’s Tea will be held on Wednesday, September 21 at 7:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall.

NOTE FOR ALL YOUTH AND PARENTS Regularly check the bulletin board outside the YFM office for updates, sign-up sheets, and much more! 11

Borchers Harvest Bazaar November 4 Watch for sign-up sheets in the narthex in mid-September. Be sure to sign up early for your favorite job!

Crafts

If you have canned/preserved items this summer, consider saving a few of them to be sold during the Bazaar.

Let Mandy Otte know if you plan to bring any kind of craft items!

Last year, we had requests for more of these items: Angel Food cakes Superhero masks Persimmon pulp Noodles Fairy wands Stocking stuffers Small gifts

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