150th Celebration!

2nd Sundays, May-October
One service at 10:00 am

June 12thPastor Tom Block
Organ Recital & Hymn Sing
Brunch
July 10thPastor Shane Yonker
Confirmand Reunion
Pig Roast Picnic Potluck
August 14thPastor Maier (District President)
Brunch
September 11thPastor Micah Brooks
Rally Day Celebration
Cookout
October 8th (Saturday)October Fest Event
October 9thPastor Paul Gaschler
Danishes


People of God!


Our beautiful Summer months of June, July, and August are upon us and we are so very blessed to live here in Magnificent West Michigan!

We have started our 150th Anniversary Celebrations with our first guest Pastor, son of our congregation Pastor Russ Johnson, who was here for our first Anniversary Sunday on May 8th. It was a GREAT worship service and sermon, we dedicated our Hall of St. James History, and we enjoyed a delicious brunch in our Fellowship Hall afterwards! THANK YOU to all who helped make this happen and THANK YOU to all who came to the service!

As I write this, I am looking forward to the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend when Deb and I and three of our Semelbauer grandsons will be going to the Alma Michigan Scottish Highland Festival! Due to Covid restrictions, the Festival hasn't been held the last couple of years. It is fantastic to see and hear the Bagpipe and Drum competitions with participants coming from all over Canada and the U.S. There is a parade, a massed band on the football field, sporting competitions, dance competitions. sheep dog competitions, booths full of cool Scottish stuff, and lots of delicious Scottish foods to partake of! It will be a fun filled day together!

As we enter June, we being on Sunday June 5th in our second service by recognizing and honoring our nine St. James High School Grads: Henry Bailey, Kyren Bluhm, Aiden Buchberger, Cameren Cooper, Alyssa Goodrich, Keira Lindstrom, Claire Meacham, Madelyn Meacham, and Alayna Smith. We wish them God's blessings as they begin a whole new chapter in their lives!

On Sunday, June 12, our SECOND Anniversary Sunday, we look forward to having guest preacher and son of our congregation, Pastor Tom Block and his wife Maddie, join us in worship. I remind you that there is only one service for our second Sunday Anniversary Sundays at 10 a.m. We will also be having a guest organist for this service, James Gladstone. Our service will begin with a recital/hymn sing. Afterwards we then invite you to come to another delicious brunch in our Fellowship Hall.

Our Men's Canoe Expedition will be over the week of June 18-25. This is primarily going to be a basecamp fishing trip with some traveling.

Looking ahead... I look forward to the July and August Anniversary Sundays when we will have guest preachers -- son of our congregation, Pastor Shayne Jonker, and President David Maier of our Michigan District. Also Ladies and High Schoolers ... please mark on your calendars our September 16-17-18 Spring Hill Retreat! We need 50 people to go back to Spring Hill to make it economically feasible for them. So along with our annual all-grade Confirmation Retreat, we will be having a separate Women's Retreat and separate High School Retreat that weekend. It will be a great time and hopefully annual event!

On a personal note... son Micah and his wife, Audrey, and their three girls, will be finishing up his outstanding Vicarage year at Trinity Lutheran Church in Hampton, Iowa, in July! Micah has done very well under the mentorship of his pastor and is anxious to get back to our Concordia Seminary, Fort Wayne, to complete his fourth year of studies and then be placed and ordained as a Pastor of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod next May. Deb and I are looking forward to hosting the herd of grandkids -- some of them for a week in July, and some of them for a week in August, again this year! Beach days, horseback riding, parks, and lots of fun! I have another Canoe Expedition planned with my long-time paddle buddy, Wes, in July, and am training for a backpacking trip on Isle Royale National Park in August with my youngest daughter, Michaela. This will be my 50th Anniversary of going to Isle Royale to backpack, starting when I was 15 years of age. Fortunately, Michaela is a nurse! Deb and I are also looking forward to harvesting fresh vegetables off our deck garden which we recently planted, going to the beach, and taking long walks together! We are so very blessed to live here in Magnificent West Michigan! I hope you can get out and enjoy it all!


God is so good!

  ~ Pastor Brooks


OFFICIAL ACTS
Baptisms 1 Ariana Goodrich
Confirmations 1 Ariana Goodrich
Weddings 0
Funerals 0


Our 2022 Graduates

Graduation Sunday is June 5th! Congratulations to our Graduates! As you begin a new journey, may God bless you always!

Henry Bailey
Kyren Bluhm
Aidan Buchberger
Cameren Cooper
Alyssa Goodrich
Keira Lindstrom
Claire Meacham
Madelyne Meacham
Alaynah Smith



God is good, all the time, and all the time, God is good.

Another school year has passed, and now we find ourselves back into the summer months of beautiful West Michigan. At the time of writing this, Millie is 6 months old! She is rolling, squeaking, smiling, giggling, and doing all the important baby things that she has to do. She has kept us on our toes these past months and honestly, it has been really good! Emilie and I are so blessed to be surrounded by so many amazing people here in this church. Every smiling face and every prayer for Millie and our family is such a deep encouragement for us. Thank you!

I want to fill you in on some important details for this summer. Please mark your calendars or post the summer calendar somewhere in your house that you can know what's going on. For the most up-to-date information however, please look in the bulletin as things do change from time to time.

For our Youth group events and activities this summer.

June
5th - Youth Group @ 6:00 pm
12th - Sand volleyball @ Meacham's @ TBD
13th - 16th - Russell is in Wisconsin
22nd - Youth Group disc golf @ 3:00 pm
25th - NYG Car Wash @ Rant Insurance @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
29th - Family Pool day @ Ramthun @ 6:00 pm (Bring a snack)

July
3rd - Youth Group @ 4:00
4th - Parade! Come walk with us!!!
7th - 14th - National Youth Gathering
16th - VBS volunteer prep day
17th - 22nd - Russell is in Indiana
20th - Blood Drive
23rd - VBS volunteer prep day
24th - VBS volunteer prep day
24th - 28th - VBS
27th - Youth Group Lake day @ 2:00 pm

August
3rd - Pool Day @ Ramthuns 6:00 pm (bring a snack)
7th - Sand volleyball @ Meachams @ TBD
14th - Youth Group @ 6:00 pm
28th - Alaska Mission Meeting @ 9:00 am
28th - Youth Group @ 6:00 pm
31st - Confirmation meeting

Any youth who finished 5th grade is encouraged to join us this summer for all our youth events. Youth group is an amazing time to connect with other youth within our church, to pray together, play together, and grow together.

Blood Drive
July 20th
10:00 am - 3:15 pm
Youth House
Sign up today by going to redcross.org.

National Youth Gathering
Help support our 17 youth going to Houston Texas this summer.

3 Ways to help:
Have the youth wash your car on June 25th @ Rant Insurance on Dowling Drive in Montague

Or

Donate snacks for our kids to have while in Houston. (these are some of the kids favorite snacks)
Granola Bars - Cheez its - Goldfish - fruit cups - fruit snacks - butter pretzels - fruit roll ups - gushers - thin kind bars - carnation instant drinks - captain crunch pb cereal - dots pretzels ‘original & honey mustard' - Instant oatmeal - mini chocolate chip muffins - animal crackers - nutrigrain bars - rice Krispie treats - bags of chips - Gatorade - gum - Life savers - gummy worms

And Be in prayer for these kids and leaders. The National Youth Gathering is an amazing opportunity for these kids to come together and see that they are not the only ones who believe in Jesus Christ. I'm asking that you pray that their faith is strengthened and nurtured throughout this event and far beyond.

Freebie Table
This summer, periodically check out the free table set out by the offices. You never know what will be placed there!

VBS
This summer, we will be setting up a donation tree VBS. If you would like to help out VBS, please check out the donation tree.

Some things that will be included on the tree will be; JELL-O for our water day event, craft supplies, science experiment supplies, and game supplies. Check out the tree and see what you can do to help.

4th of July Parade
St. James is looking for candy again for this summer's parade. We need lots of candy. A bin will be placed out in the narthex for drop offs. A sign up sheet will be posted for those who are willing to help walk in the parade and hand out candy, shirts, flyers, and other goodies.

Alaska Mission Trip - Interest Meeting
Want to do a mission trip in 2023. Save the date for August 28th. Meeting will be at 9:00 am in the conference room.

God Bless,
  Russell Baumann

Shut In Meals

Meals for our shut-ins continue! If you would like to drop off a meal to one or two homes, please sign up on the board! Also, money designated for Love Families goes towards this service. Thanks!

Pew Sisters

Pew Sisters will not meet during the months of June and July. They will resume class on Wednesday, 8/3, at 9:00 am! Enjoy your summer!

GOOD SHEPHERD PRESCHOOL

Closing Service
We had over 125 people in attendance for our Closing Service celebration. It was fun to see so many there to celebrate our year of learning, discovering, and fun. Thanks to Keith Ramthun, Henry Bailey, Kathi Strahl, Russell Baumann, Liz Hedges, and Marilee Bailey for their help. Prayers as some of our families move on to other schools and for a safe and relaxing summer. We continue to be blessed to share God's love with our preschool families.

COMING SOON
Please watch for a fundraiser coming this summer to raise funds for our supplies. Each year we order supplies in the summer for the coming school year. We will be asking for your help due to the rising costs of these supplies. We truly appreciate your help and continued support of Good Shepherd Preschool.

REGISTER NOW FOR FALL 2022
M-W-F program for 4-5 yr olds, from 9-11:30a, $140/month
T-Th program for 3-4 yr olds, from 9-11a, $105/month

Registration Deposit is $100 which includes a $40 registration fee and $60 towards the 1st month tuition
For additional information or to visit- please call Ellen Grimm at 231-730-1726.
  Blessings ~ Ellen Grimm

Lutherans 4 Life

Next meeting for Lutherans for Life will be Monday, June 6th at 5:30p. Please join us! We will be discussing future projects!

Attention Kids:
Lutherans 4 Life is sponsoring a coloring contest! Winners receive a $10 gift card to Walmart. Be sure to include your name and age! (there will be age categories). Coloring sheets are available by the Diaper Shower display.

Annual M.P.S. "LifeWalk 2022"

Muskegon Pregnancy Services is sponsoring it's annual "LifeWalk" on Thursday, June 16th, from 5-8 pm. The annual fundraiser and prayer walk will be held at Ross Park Pavilion! "Rock Around the Block" as we enjoy music & games from the 50's! The entire family is invited! You can walk or sponsor others. To reach our goal of $50,000 we need your help!
Any questions, contact MPS at 726-2677. Remember, LifeWalk 2022, Thursday, 6/16!
Registration at 5-5:30 pm. Hot Dogs & refreshments to follow. Prayer Walk begins at 6 pm!

Lutherans for Life

Have you brought your diapers for our Diaper Shower? There is still time! We are collecting through Father's Day, Sunday, 6/19.

Father's Day

Father's Day is Sunday, June 19th! Thank You Dad! You're the best!!

NYG Car Wash

Saturday, June 25th, from 9 am -3 pm at Rant Insurance Agency Parking Lot (4534 Dowling St in Montague) Come get your car all sparkly clean!

Happy Birthday America!

Monday, July 4th!! Join us at the 4th of July Parade that day! Sign up on the bulletin board if you would like to be a participant on our parade wagon!! We are collecting candy….if you would like to donate there is a tote in the narthex!

150th Anniversary News

Our Anniversary Celebration is now underway. We thank Pastor Russ Johnson for being with us in May and we look forward to having Pastor Tom Block join us along with guest organist Jim Gladstone on June 12. Once again there will be one service at 10am followed by brunch in the Fellowship Hall. On July 10 we will be joined by Pastor Shayne Jonker. We invite all former confirmands to join us in July for worship followed by a Pig Roast Picnic Potluck. In August on the 14th, we welcome Pastor David Maier our District President. Pam Johnson will be our guest organist. After the service brunch will be served in the Fellowship Hall. Summer is a busy time for all of us but we urge you to take time and join us in celebrating 150 years of God's blessings on us here at St. James.
  Your Anniversary Committee

150th Anniversary Worship Celebration

Guest Pastors & Guest Organists @ 10 am



Pastor Tom Block will join us on June 12th

Thomas E. Block, son of Sievert and Marjorie Block, was ordained in 1977 at his home congregation of St. James Lutheran Church in Montague Michigan.

In August of 1977 he was installed as pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Newark, New Jersey - an inner-city congregation.

In 1980 Pastor Block received and accepted a call to be the shepherd of St. Paul Lutheran Church, in Cortland, New York. He served at St. Paul from 1980 to 2001.

He then received a call to serve Christ Lutheran Church, Lakeland, Florida. He accepted the call and was installed as the pastor of Christ Lutheran in July 2001.

Pastor Block shepherded this church for 18 years until his retirement in August of 2019.

He has been loved and supported by his wife of 43 years, Madeline, and his children Christian (wife, Judy and daughter, Mila) and Emma.


James Hoyt Gladstone will join us on June 12th

James Gladstone retired from full-time Church Music Ministry in 2013, after serving over four decades at the following Lutheran parishes: Church of Saint Luke, Chicago; Grace Church, Winter Haven, FL; Trinity Church, St. Joseph, MI; Carmel (now Cornerstone) Church, Carmel, IN; Redeemer (now Lamb of God) Church, Flint, MI. He has also served as Interim Cantor/Organist at Christ Church, Zionsville, IN; Resurrection Church, Indianapolis; Holy Cross Church, Saginaw, MI; Trinity Episcopal Church, Bay City, MI; and most recently, Peace Church, Saginaw.

For several years, he & his wife, Diane nee Rudy, have been actively involved in the Ministry of Music at their present parish, St. Lorenz, Frankenmuth, where she also served as an elementary school Music Educator & Choir Director. They are the parents of two adult daughters, have an amusing story about their two sons-in-law, and two grandsons who know them as "Oma & Opa."

A native of Marshall, MI, Jim graduated from Concordia University Chicago (River Forest), and did further graduate work at Washington University, St. Louis; Valparaiso University, IN; Western MI University, Kalamazoo; and Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Columbus, OH. While serving in St. Joseph, he was adjunct Instructor in Pipe Organ at Lake MI College, Benton Harbor. He has been a member of The American Guild of Organists (www.agohq.org) since high school, and is a charter member of The Association of Lutheran Church Musicians (www.ALCM.org).



Pastor Shayne M. Jonker will join us on July 10th

The Rev. Shayne M. Jonker was ordained and installed as the sole Pastor of Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church in Roanoke, Indiana after earning a M.Div. from Concordia Theological Seminary in May 2009. Pastor Jonker has also served as the Decatur Circuit secretary (2011-2015) and Decatur Circuit LLL pastoral advisor (2012-2017), and currently serves as the Decatur Circuit Visitor (2015-current). He also preaches on Worship Anew (2018-current).

Former natives of Montague and previous members of St. James Lutheran Church, Pastor Jonker and his wife Michelle of 32 years, currently reside in Huntington County, Indiana. They enjoy spending their spare time working on the 125-year old farmhouse where they have live for the past 5 years. Their eldest daughter Cassandra and her husband Ted live in Fort Wayne, Indiana while Ted attends Concordia Theological Seminary. They have one daughter Rose, who recently celebrated her first birthday. Pastor's youngest daughter Alexandra is an editor and lives in the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City, New York.



Pastor David Maier will join us on August 14th
Rev. Dr. David P. E. Maier, President
The Michigan District, LCMS

Rev. Dr. David P. E. Maier, the youngest of two sons, was born May 8, 1956 to Dr. Walter A. Maier, Jr. & Leah M. Maier. His grandfather was the sainted Walter A. Maier, the Lutheran Hour founder. He was married to Patricia (Kemmerling) on July 19, 1980. Their marriage has been blessed with four children, Leah, Joel, James and Hannah. Leah is married to Kyle DeWees and their marriage has been blessed with Beckett, Avery, and Grayson. Hannah was married to Garrett Wenzelburger and their marriage has been blessed with Luke and Ella. Joel was married to Shae Snyderand their marriage has been blessed with Owen. in May of 2018. The Maiers' are blessed with six (almost 7 - one is due in late June of 2022) grandchildren.

President Maier received his B.A. from Concordia University Ann Arbor with a double major in Biblical Languages and Christian Doctrine. Attending Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, he served his vicarage year at West Portal Lutheran Church in San Francisco, CA in 1980. After his Ordination on August 15, 1982, he served as Mission Pastor of Our Savior in Marlette, MI and then as Youth Pastor and interim Head Pastor at St. Peter in Arlington Heights, IL. In 1989, he was called to Our Savior in Lansing, MI as Administrative/Senior Pastor. During his tenure, the congregation and school moved to a brand new facility on a 30 acre campus. He served there until he was elected President of the Michigan District, LCMS in June of 2009. During the 2012 and 2015 District Conventions, he was re-elected to another term.

President Maier has been a frequent speaker at youth retreats, men's gatherings, and District Conferences and Conventions outside of Michigan. He has served numerous times as Dean at Camp Arcadia, Michigan. He has also served the Michigan District as a Pastoral Advisor to Ongoing Ambassadors for Christ, to the LWML and LLL, and as a Circuit Visitor, Circuit Visitor Chairman, and as Vice-President.

President Maier's service to Synod includes the Worship Floor Committee for the 2001 LCMS Convention and as a Council of Presidents representative on the Seminary & University Education Floor Committee in 2010, the Theology & Church Relations Floor Committee in 2013, and Chairman of the Floor Committee 18 - Worker Wellness in 2016. He has served on the Specific Ministry Pastor (SMP) Task Force and the Resolution #4-04A Task Force for the Synod. He is currently serving as the Chairman of the Council of Presidents.

In 2007, Maier was awarded his first honorary doctorate by St. Peter Confessional Lutheran Church of South Africa. He was presented with the Outstanding Alumnus Award in May 2010 at Concordia University Ann Arbor during the Commencement exercises where he was also the Commencement Speaker. In the spring of 2012, Concordia University Ann Arbor awarded him the Doctorate of Laws Degree in recognition of a lifetime of outstanding leadership and diligent labor in the Lord's Kingdom. In December, 2012, Concordia University Wisconsin conferred the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters to Maier.

A humbled sinner and cancer survivor, forgiven and healed at the foot of the cross, continually awed by the love of a gracious Savior, President Maier looks forward to the leading and direction of our Lord Jesus as he continues in His service. It is his firm conviction to share his joy in knowing Jesus as Lord and Savior and the Gospel as the power of God unto salvation for all people. In Christ, he knows, the best is always yet to come!

Our Sister in Christ, Pam Johnson, will be our guest organist on Sunday, August 14th!

VBS 2022 ~ July 24-28

Questions about VBS or how to get involved, contact Emilie Baumann at 260-458-4286.

Called To Teach

Throughout the history of our church, there have been MANY individuals who have served as teachers of our children and adults. Aside from preaching, teaching is a priority of the church's mission. Education ministries here include Preschool, Sunday School, Midweek, Confirmation, Vacation Bible School, and various Bible studies.

We would like to recognize all those teachers. If you have been "called to teach" in any of these over the years, please sign the "Called To Teach" sheet on the bulletin board in the narthex area. If you know of anyone who was a teacher and has left our church family or has passed away, please sign them up also!

The sign-up sheet will be available through the summer. Thank you for your help and your service to God and our church family.

Philippians 1:3 ~ "I thank my God upon every remembrance of you".
  Kathi Strahl

Midweek Program Information

We are looking forward to seeing all potty trained 3yr olds-5th graders this fall for midweek! Wednesdays from 6:30-7:30p, Starting 9/7.

1st-5th grades had a lot of fun learning about the Bible's timeline of events and playing trivia games to reinforce those lessons this past year with Mrs. Hedges and Mrs. Bentz. We meet downstairs in the fellowship hall. These classes help prepare kids for confirmation classes. On Wednesday Sept 7th we'll play some meet and greet games, talk about expectations, hand out memory work and the year schedule.

The potty trained 3yr old's-kindergartners meet upstairs in the nursery. They had a fabulous first year with Miss Emilie and Mrs. Mayville. They'll also do a fun 1st day of midweek on 9/7.
  ~ Midweek Teachers ~

Online Service Directions!

How to watch our services online step by step: on Facebook Live on Sundays at 8:15 am
  1. In the top search bar... Go to https://www.facebook.com/stjamesmontague/videos
    (You do not need to have a Facebook account page to access this)
  2. Close the popup box asking to login to your Facebook account.
  3. Scroll down through the Facebook page until you come across the most recent videos
  4. Click on the Live video of the church service.
  5. Explore the rest of the Facebook page and watch other videos. 😊


May Birthdays
06/01Edwin Bender06/17Betty Hager
06/02Aidan Buchberger06/18Jase Lohman
06/02Harper Seymour06/18Louis Bender
06/03Char Dean06/19Brianna Bentz
06/03Joel Best06/19Hannah Jandt
06/04Roger Smith06/20Karissa Tryska
06/05Royce Kroll06/20Paul Schultz
06/06Bob Stevens06/22Jacob Hayes
06/07Emily Luce06/22Olive Oquist
06/07Robin Owens06/23Adam Bluhm
06/08Lynn Pastras06/23Courtney Friday
06/08Riley Mulder06/25April Lipka
06/09Bob Wackernagel06/25Isaiah Towne
06/09Dave R. Ramthun06/25Kendall Rachow
06/10Alyssa Goodrich06/26Carrie Strahl
06/11June Buchberger06/26Jared Justian
06/11Leiv Deremiah06/27Amy Urban
06/14Addy Dean06/28Gail Treptow Crane
06/14Bryce Raeth06/29Jesse Campbell
06/14David Campbell06/30Christian Zuniga
06/14Stacy O'Connell


July Birthdays
07/01Melinda O'Connell07/15Eric Vanderlaan
07/03Odin Oquist07/16Vicki Vanderlaan
07/05Carol Towne07/17Elizabeth Birkhofer
07/05Jeremy Turpin07/17Genevieve Kroll
07/06Bob Dean07/17Kyle Stevenson
07/06Cameren Cooper07/18Henry Schultz
07/06Carl Timmich07/18Sue Streblow
07/06Carol Crevier07/19Zach Buchberger
07/07Briann Justian07/21Delaney Hopma
07/07Lauren Caris07/21Henry Friday
07/07Michael Moschke07/21Theodore Huls
07/09Tyler Grover07/24Alex Goodrich
07/10Brent Rogers07/25Gerry Hissong
07/10Leif Oquist07/25Peyton Schultz
07/10Wolfgang Koenig07/25Randy Zeller
07/11Charlotte Rice 07/27Henry Bailey
07/11Lillian Stevenson 07/27Jack Baley
07/11Marilee Bailey07/27Julie Grow
07/11Mark Ramthun 07/27Olivia Johnston
07/12Tara Sikkenga 07/28Grady Schmidt
07/13Angela Bluhm 07/29Alaynah Smith
07/13Nikki Seymour 07/30Rhianna Sheesley
07/13Ty Aguirre 07/31Marsha Schlager
07/14Kashton Ramthun


August Birthdays
08/02Tim Hanson08/16Eloise Baxter
08/03Ruth Ann Francis08/16Pam Kroll
08/01Kim Hardy08/17Cashton Chamberlain
08/01Mike Griffith 08/17Rusty Streblow
08/03Beth Meacham08/18Drew DeRose
08/04Art Jones08/18Killian Nordlund
08/05Sarah Justian08/18Lee Strahl
08/05Shelby Friday08/19David Paul
08/06Oliver Bantien08/19Faith Mayville
08/06Ryan Bluhm08/20Amber Mayville
08/07Keira Lindstrom08/20Stephen Stout
08/07Lolita Silvis08/20Virginia Roesler
08/08Gloria Alvarez08/21Rich Canniff
08/08Grace Meacham08/22Bonnie Ingersoll
08/08Mary Ann McPheron08/22Julia Hasenbank
08/08Matthew Hedges08/24Brooke Sheesley
08/08Patti Engelter08/24Janet Gifford
08/09Ben Stevenson08/24Penny Mayville
08/09Bethany Hayes08/25Vicki Schultz
08/09Betsey Patrick08/26Evelyn DeLong
08/09Martin LaFever08/26Kelsen Bluhm
08/09Wren Mills08/26Rich Kessler, Jr.
08/10Becky Winters08/26Willa Mills
08/11Cathy Hissong08/28Angie Wigren
08/11Kelly Bantien08/28Deb Brooks
08/12Dale McKenzie08/30Dylan Hopma
08/12Ruschel Friday08/30Tracy Sheesley
08/14Ron Barrs08/31Maggie Huls
08/16Elizabeth Shannon



SERVING IN AUGUST
8:0010:00
ELDERSE. Paul SchroederJeff Boulet
TRUSTEESJames MorningstarChristian Mason
ACOLYTESNo Acolyte Scheduled
USHERSGeorge LohmanJoe Goodrich
Todd RachowGary Mason
Paul SchroederChristian Mason
Matt SchroederBrad Nordlund
ALTAR CARESue Griffith & Marsha Schlager
PRAYER PARTNER7thNo prayer partner, Pastor gone
14thNo prayer partner 150th Celebration
21stNo prayer partner, Pastor gone
28thJay MulderLance Fichter
7thM/M Roger SmithM/M Ron Cober
14th(10 am only) M/M Ken VanBergen
21stM/M Bob StevensM/M Tom Kring
28thM/M James Morning*M/M Todd Tryska
MULTIMEDIA7thAlicia KoskiValerie Vihtelic
14th(10 am only) ~ April Lipka
21stJeri WondersJill Squire
28thEric LindstromFriday Family
COFFEE HOUR7thKim Wackernagel & Beth Meacham
14thNo coffee hour ~ 150th Anniversary Brunch
21stEileen Schroeder & Dianne Gardner
28thKellie Rachow & Girls
ALTAR FLOWERS7thScott & April Lipka ~ 30 yrs.
14thRex & Pat Allen
21stDuBois/Griffith
28th



Reminder

If you are unable to fulfill your assigned duty, please make arrangements with someone before or after you on the list. Thanks!

Funeral Families

If we have a funeral, Faith Mayville, our Luncheon Coordinator will contact you for help. Each funeral luncheon requires table/chair set up, food donations, food servers (kitchen staff), and table/chair take down. Faith will let you know what is needed.