Noteworthy News 10/22/17

BAPTISM Congratulations to Everett Gordon Schlotterbeck who was welcomed into the Lord’s family through the Sacrament of Holy Baptism at our worship service this morning. Parents are Eric & Stephanie Schlotterbeck, siblings Emry and Elsie.

MUFFINS FOR MITES Please join us in fellowship today as the Priscilla Guild sponsors “Muffins for Mites”. Your fellowship donations will go to support the continued mission work of the LWML.

ALTAR FLOWERS today are given by Vickie Ozburn in honor of Vickie & Bill’s 39th wedding anniversary.

NEWSLETTER DUE Articles for the November newsletter are due to Tracy TODAY. Thanks!

VOTERS’ ASSEMBLY The next quarterly voters’ assembly/potluck will be next Sunday, Oct. 29 following the worship service. All reports for the meeting packet are due to Tracy by Wednesday, Oct. 25.

TERRI LYNN You may preorder your Terri Lynn nuts and candies again this year. Order forms are on the table in the Narthex. Please place the order form along with payment in the order folder in the Narthex by TODAY. Make checks payable to the Priscilla Guild. Contact Susan Adrian for more information.

BUTTER BREAD FUNDRAISER FOR HIGHER THINGS The Higher Things youth are currently selling Butter Braids until Sunday, October 29th. The Butter Braids will be delivered on November 8. See a youth to place your order, or there is an order form on the cubicle in the Narthex.

SAVE THE DATE: PIZZA RANCH FUNDRAISER will be Monday, November 13, 2017, 5pm-8pm. Pick up a flyer (in the Narthex) or show it on your phone, and 15% of your purchase goes to St. Paul Lutheran Church. Location: Cedar Rapids Pizza Ranch, 2450 Westdale Drive SW. Come Join us for dinner!

NURSERY Additional volunteers are needed to help staff the church nursery during the Sunday School hour on Sunday mornings. Signup sheets to volunteer and a calendar for Sunday morning availability are on the table in the Narthex. Contact Nicki Hanselman for more information: 624-7179,

THANK YOU Dear friends in Christ, Thank you for the beautiful Reformation stole; it is amazing! And thank you for the card and gift. We are so blessed to be part of this congregation. You continually find new ways to make us feel welcomed and valued. Thank you. In Christ, Pastor Hansen and Family

SUNDAY SCHOOL NEWS Book of Jonah: Story Bible p. 199. Just as Jonah was swallowed up in the belly of the fish for three days, so Jesus, in His crucifixion, was baptized into the sea of death, drowned in our sin, devoured by the grave, and spewed forth alive again on the third day so that He might save us all. Questions for discussion include, “Why did Jonah try to run away from God? What does God do when sinful people repent?”

FALL WORK DAY AT CAMP IO-DIS-ECA will be Saturday, November 4. The main project that day will be renovating the Middle Cross campfire area behind Alpha Lodge. Projects will start at 9am and will go until 4pm. Lunch will be provided. Email if you plan to participate.

CONCERT AT LUMC All are invited to John Nilsen (pianist) in concert at the Lisbon United Methodist Church on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017 at 7pm. A freewill offering will be taken. See the flyer on the bulletin board for more information.

PRAYERS THIS WEEK Susan Schmidt, Steve Williams, Ron Hertzler, Deloris Petersen, Gary Petersen, Jan Behn, Marsha Light, Koreen Thompson, Bryan Maxie, Leila Taylor, Kathleen Hoagland, Joyce Conley, Carmen Musser, Bryan Mason, Leona Danker, Keith Karr, Aïchatou Johnson, Jim Steinberg, Cindy Hatfield, Jeff Butterbaugh, John Lord, Marcia Hauschild, Bonnie Turner, Cathy Troll, Dandeta Schadle, Tammy Rogers, Kent Hill, Kay Hill, Jean White, Annie Walker, Judy Hohmann, Christa Smith, Vernon Pickering, family of Sharon Jurgens, family of Beverly Koltko

Sunday School children: 23 adults: na
Wed. Evening Service: 8 Sunday Morning Svc.: 100

Last Week $ 5,716 Goal: $ 3,688
This Year: $155,531 Goal: $154,896