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The Scroll - Our Savior Lutheran Church
3August - September
VOL. #3 ISSUE #4
2015
www.oursaviorlutheranchurch.org
The Scroll
Our Savior
Lutheran
Church
&
Pre-School
Our Savior Ministry Staff
Administrative Pastor
Visitation Pastor
Seminary Field Worker
Director of Children and Family Life
Director of Christian Education
Rev. Dr. Mike A. Iannelli Jr.
Rev. Dr. Edward Arle
Daniel Trempala
Cari Hannon
Mark Engelhardt
Office Manager
Comptroller
Receptionist
Director of Choral Music
Organist
Director of Children’s Choir
Ann Broeker
Janet Brett
Lu Kelley
Scott Taylor
Billie Derham
Kathy Bhat
Our Savior Lutheran Church
and Pre-School
Worship with us every Sunday
8:15
9:45
11:00
– Traditional Worship
– Education Hour
– Contemporary Worship
Telephone 636.947.8010
2800 Elm Street
St. Charles, MO 63301
www.oursaviorlutheranchurch.o
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“My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me; and I give them eternal life.”
John 10:27
“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by
the power of the Holy Spirit.” Romans 15:13
Hello Our Savior Family;
What a joy it is for me to write this summer newsletter article. I love summer; I have never really been a winter
person. Although, I grew up in Wisconsin and spent over a decade in Minnesota, I would take mosquitoes, heat
and humidity, over hats, mittens, and layers upon layers of insulated clothes.
What a joy it is that even though people go on vacation more in the summer, we have a lot of projects underway
from grass cutting to beautifying the prayer garden. The past few months have brought us to the completion of
our new 4th classroom in our Pre-School – that room just keeps transforming into a wonderful addition that will
allow us to share the love of Jesus with more children than ever before. We will be having a dedication and
open house for all congregational members to see the finished product on Sunday, August 16 th- keep watching
the bulletin for more information. Small Group ministry has continued to flourish over the summer as well as
our young adult group, “Quarterlife” as most of you know they have been busy flocking anyone and everyone
to raise funds for a mission trip they are planning next year. We really have been growing a lot this summer!
What a joy it is to know that our LWML ladies have been active as well. Just as a reminder the Lutheran
Women Missionary League (LWML) is open to all women and we at Our Savior have an added privilege of
hosting the Circuit Fall Rally in October. It is truly amazing how the Lord has blessed this group with all the
ladies having hearts that love to serve. Please keep your eyes on these ladies as they are truly a blessing to Our
Savior.
What a joy it is to know that even as our youth were busy on a mission trip in St. Paul, MN. a few weeks ago.
As I write this they are preparing to lead our worship service on Youth Sunday. Between our Sunday School,
VBS, and our Teenage Ministry, we are planning on great things in the months and years to come.
What a joy it is to know that as our Pre-School continues to minister to families and their children and that the
Lord continues to bless us with more enrollments. Normally, attendance drops in the early childhood industry
during the summer months mainly because older children are off of school and they are able to watch their
younger siblings. Not so for Our Savior! We haven’t declined in numbers, but have taken on more children
this year.
What a joy it is to know that no matter what we do or fail to do – God forgives us for Christ’s sake. What a joy
it is to know that at life’s end we have the promise of eternal salvation. What a joy it is to know that neither
death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor
depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus
our Lord.
With that being said – Have a great and blessed remainder of your summer because I know I will!!!!!
Pastor Mike
What did He Say? – Author Unknown
A young preacher heard an older preacher say in a sermon, “The happiest days of my life
were spent in the arms of another man’s wife – my mother.” Thinking it was cute; he
decided to include it in his next sermon. He said, “The happiest days of my life were spent
in the arms of another’s man’s wife.” Then his memory went blank, he coughed, swallowed
and started over: “The happiest days of my life were spent in the arms of another man’s
wife.” Still not able to remember, he blushed and said, “To save my life, I can’t remember
who she was.”
At a revival the preacher stated, “All who want to go to heaven stand up.” All stood up
except a drunk. Seeing him, the preacher then said, “all who want to go to hell stand up.” The drunk wobbled to
his feet. The preacher said, “You mean you want to go to hell?” The poor man said, “N-no, I-I really don’t, but
I thought you looked so lonesome standing there by yourself.”
A man who was mighty ill asked his wife to send for the minister of a certain denomination. She asked, “Henry,
why don’t you send for your own preacher?” He replied, “Oh, no, no, I wouldn’t dare expose my pastor to this
disease I have.”
Laughing with Lutherans
Gary was having a yard sale. A pastor
bought a lawn mower but returned it a
few days later, complaining that it
wouldn’t run. “It’ll run,” said Gary. “But
you have to curse at it to get I started.”
The pastor was shocked. “I have not
uttered a curse word in 30 years.” Gary
said; “Just keep pulling on the starter
rope-the words will come back to you.”
Laverne Lauterbach – Lansing, MI.
~ If I Could Live My Life Again ~
I’d allow myself to cry and not be
afraid to ask why.
Do you know a child 3 years old – 6th Grade that
likes to have fun, learn, celebrate, and be with
friends? Then bring them by each Sunday morning
for our JAM Sunday School. Check in is upstairs in
Eifert Fellowship Hall at 9:40 a.m.
Thank you to all our awesome volunteers that keep this ministry
going! If you are looking for a way to get involved and serve the
Lord with gladness, this is the perfect opportunity!! Sign up at the
Children’s Ministry booth to get started or to find out more!!
Our 3rd Annual Backpack Blessing is on August 9 at both
worship services. Children, youth, and Educators are
invited to bring the backpacks, laptops, bags, totes, etc.
to receive a special blessing for their new school year.
Until then, enjoy your summer!
Club 56 is now CLUB 456 – Serving God Loving Others.
Our first gathering will be Sunday, September 20
following our 11:00 service. All 4th, 5th, & 6th Graders are
invited to join us for an afternoon of pizza, games, friends,
and fun! Mark your calendars!!!
Mark your calendars and bring your energy. Saturday,
August 15 at 9:00 a.m. we will be giving our JAM Ministry
area a little elbow grease and TLC. All hands on deck to
decorate, organize, and help give our kid’s area a little
energy!
Outdoor Worship at 11:00
Potluck Lunch—Each family is asked to bring one side dish to share
Horseshoes
Game Booths
Bounce House
Prizes
Old Fashioned Group Games
AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!
Bring the family and enjoy a day of
worship, food, and fun
Youth News and Notes and Upcoming Events
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Youth Ministries
Sunday Night Summer Bible Study – We are wrapping up for the
summer soon. The Sr. High Summer Bible study series will finish up
with one more Bible study on August 9. We meet from 6 p.m. to 9
p.m. at the home of different youth families for dinner, Bible study,
and games. All youth entering 9th grade and older are welcome to join
us. We are studying Philippians this summer, leading into the National
Youth Gathering for next summer.
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Date Change - Fall Confirmation Student/Parent Meeting - Date Change – Attention Confirmation students and
parents! Confirmation classes for our first and second year students will begin the week following Labor Day on
September 13. Because of the Church Picnic scheduled for August 30, the date for Parent/Student meeting for
all first and second year students has been changed to Sunday, August 23 at 9:30 between worship services in
the youth room. Please make plans to be a part of this meeting to learn about the expectations for
Confirmation class for the 2015-16 school year.
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Summer Servant Event Update – Thank you to everyone at Our Savior for your support and prayers as we
prepared for, and went on, our trip to St. Paul, Minnesota this past July. 18 youth and 4 adults served the
community of St. Paul in nursing homes, Boys and Girls Clubs, daycares, food shelters, and more. It was a fun
trip where we made friends from other churches in Minnesota and Indiana, and we learned more about what it
means to be a servant of Christ.
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Wednesday Night Youth Group – All 7th – 12th grade students are encouraged to join us for Wednesday night
youth group. Throughout the summer we will continue to meet for fellowship and Bible study, but we might
throw in a few extra activities as well. We’ll be sure to let you know in advance so you can plan accordingly.
Otherwise, plan on joining us from 7 – 9 p.m. each Wednesday. We hope you can join us!
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Welcome to Youth! – We will be having a special scavenger hunt this year to welcome the New Group of Youth
entering the 7th Grade! We will be taking our Scavenger Hunt on the road and going to the zoo and Forest Park!
Because of the special event we will be doing this on an upcoming Saturday or Sunday afternoon. All youth in
grades 7 – 12 are invited to join us. Watch for more specific information in your email inbox and the church
bulletin. Please sign up and fill out the special waiver forms for this event. They will be available on the website
and at church on the youth booth.
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National Youth Gathering Meeting – It’s time to get planning for the 2016 National Youth Gathering! We need
to know who will be attending so we can prepare our fundraisers. If you are in grades 8 through 12 this year you
are eligible to attend the NYG. If you are older, you can apply to be a YAV (Young Adult Volunteer). For more
information about the NYG and to confirm your spot attending, please be at our first meeting of the year on
Sunday, August 23 at 6 p.m. It is important you let me know of your intentions by this time so we can
appropriately estimate costs and fundraisers. The first deposit of $100 is due when you sign up. The total
deposit amount will be equal to the registration fee of $325.
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Fall Jr. High District Retreat at Camp Windermere – October 16-18 will be the Jr. High District Retreat. All youth
in both 7th and 8th are asked to attend as part of the confirmation program, but friends are invited also. This
year our speaker is Pastor Jeffrey Meinz from Colorado and former speaker at the NYG. Our theme is based on
the Lord’s Prayer is “Delivered” Psalm 50:15. For more info speak with DCE Mark.
What’s in your Backpack?
Although this is being written in the dog days of summer- by the time you read this article -the “Back to
School” season will be in full swing. WOW! Where does the summer go each year?
A staple item for each back to school students is the trusty and often decorative backpack. The backpack, on
the outside, is often a reflection of the individual carrying it. They come in all different sizes, shapes, colors
and designs and often represents the individual’s personality and style. Of course, all backpacks serve the same
basic function: to carry your “stuff” on the inside and to make the trip easier and manageable.
Like the backpack- we Christians come in all different sizes, shapes, colors and are blessed with a God given
uniqueness on the outside. But even more important than our Christian exterior is what we are on the inside.
Fortunately, God supplies each of us with the right “stuff” to take on life’s journey. Let’s look at the back to
school basics that each of us should have in their own unique Christian backpack:
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The Bible is paramount in your backpack, as it is your textbook to His Word. The Bible instructs us
how we should live our lives and have complete trust in his Word. It also provides answers to questions
that life hands us and encourages us to have faith in him during our travels. A must read for the
Christian traveler!
Daily devotions such as Portals of Prayers will fill your backpacks with “goodies” and helps you as
you face new challenges each day. These devotions provide each of us with that little extra boost we
need to energize our lives and focus on God’s will and direction. I found the book, Jesus is Calling, and
it’s been a real blessing in my every day reading and would encourage you to read it also!
Bible Studies, if regularly attended, is a great way to continue your education. These classes can
provide stimulating conversations and insight into the way fellow Christians interpret what the Bible
says. Plus- it creates a great fellowship time for you to enjoy and share with others.
Time in prayer with God – ok- so you can’t pack a prayer in your backpack but, it’s something that
can be with you throughout the day. A regular, daily conversation with God allows us to lighten the
load of our everyday lives by giving your troubles to our Heavenly Father or even better-by thanking
him for your many blessings.
Despite all these good things God provides us with for our special, Christian backpack- do you find your getting
filled with worldly possessions and activities? Does your Bible end up on the bottom or your devotions
destined to that hidden pocket? Jesus says in Mathew 11:28 “Come to me, all you who are weary and
burdened, and I will give you rest”. Jesus invites all of us who need rest from carrying too much baggage by
focusing on him and allow His strength to lift your heavy burden. We are thankful that Jesus’s invitation is to
be next to Him as we walk in our lifetime of learning. So whether you’re heading back to school or a graduate
of the school of hard knocks- make sure your backpack is carrying the right stuff. May this season be one of
living and learning in what’s God’s will for each of us-in faith and trust in Him during this journey!
In God we Trust,
Chuck Leaf
Chairperson of the Board of Elders
Join The LOVING HEARTS-HELPING HANDS Ladies of Our Savior Friday, August 14 and
September 11, in the Parsonage for our monthly meeting and workshop. We will be working on
the table favors for the LWML Zone Rally in August and Christmas stockings in September.
Oasis Food Pantry, Thrift Store, and Jobs for Life
Our God has called us to offer our lives in service to each other. One example of loving
service to each other is the care and feeding of the poor and hungry.
Last year Oasis Food Pantry served 7,163 families. So far this year 3,616 families have
come to Oasis for help. This summer a drive for school supplies went out to area churches
because there was a need for 591 school children. 602 backpacks were filled with school
supplies and delivered to the families July 25 and 26.
Loretta MacCallum has managed the Thrift Store since 2008 as a volunteer to help support
the Oasis mission. She is looking for someone to take her place. The Thrift Store is open from
9am – 5pm Wednesday through Saturday. If you have an interest in doing this, please contact
one of us.
In 2013, Oasis expanded its mission by launching a partnership with a training program
called “Jobs for Life.” The training gives the clients tools to seek and maintain employment by
learning skills to get a job - hopefully for life. They have now successfully changed the lives of
50 families.
Jobs for Life is now seeking new volunteers as teachers and mentors. Training will begin in
August. If you are interested, please contact Oasis at 723-0037.
For the next two Sundays, we will be signing people up in the gym to help at Oasis. Our
Savior date is the 1st Tuesday of each month from 6:30pm – 8:30pm. It is a rewarding
experience to help others in need. If you don’t get a chance to sign up, you may call Rick or
Ardith Ellis at 636-724-5540 or Kathy Brasher at 314-853-8903.
We would also like to thank Our Savior congregation for all of your help at Oasis and also
for all of the donations of food, school supplies, and other items given to Oasis. Your support
has kept the mission alive and responsive to the needs of our community. May God continue to
bless each of you as you help others in need.
Kathy Brasher, Ardith and Rick Ellis
God Calls Us to be His Workers
In spite of our foolish and sinful ways, God calls us to be His workers. Scripture tells us
that Jesus did not pick people from society’s elite when He chose his workers. Jesus’ disciples
were peasants, fishermen, and even a tax collector. Paul wrote, “Brothers, think of what you
when you were called. Not many of you were wise by human standards; not many were
influential; not many were of noble birth. But God chose the foolish things of the world to
shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. He chose the
lowly things of this world and the despised things . . .” (1 Corinthians 1:26-28). The majority of
God’s work was done and continues to be done by the lowly and oppressed people.
Certainly, God can use celebrities and very successful people in His work. However, we
need to remember that, even though we may not have accomplished anything of worldly
significance, broken any records, or won any awards, God can use and transform us into
effective workers in His kingdom. “I can do everything through Him Who gives me strength”
(Philippians 4:13). Society gives many accolades to those who succeed, but there is no greater
honor or privilege than to be chosen as God’s vehicle to spread the Gospel. As John states in his
Gospel, it is Jesus Who does the choosing. “You did not choose Me, but I chose you and
appointed you to go and bear fruit” (John 15:16).
So why does God elevate the foolish and the lowly to be His workers? A reason may be
found in 1 Corinthians 1:29: “so that no one may boast before Him.” It is only by God’s grace
that we are saved, called, and equipped to be in His service. If we come into God’s work with
impressive credentials, we risk taking the glory and credit for ourselves. God desires the weak
and the lowly. As Paul said, “Therefore, I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses,
so that Christ’s power may rest on me. That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses,
in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong”
(2 Corinthians 12:9-10). God uses ordinary people to do extra-ordinary things. Are you ready
for duty?
FINANCIAL STATUS
JANUARY-JUNE, 2015
CONTRIBUTION ANALYSIS:
RECEIPTS
COMPARED TO
2014
GENERAL FUND
325,092.71
+23,710.85
PRESCHOOL
199,101.50
+19,098.50
6,872.00
-2,520.00
62,221.22
-86,652.73
593,287.43
-46,363.38
MISSIONS
DEDICATED
TOTAL
BUDGET NEEDS
OVER OR (UNDER) BUDGET
301,324.98
201,613.98
23,767.73
(2,512.48)
10,000.00
(3,128.00)
INCOME VS EXPENSES:
GENERAL FUND
PRESCHOOL
TOTAL
RECEIPTS:
325,092.71
199,101.50
524,194.21
EXPENSES:
331,583.59
172,830.06
504,413.65
INCOME LESS EXPENSES
(6,490.88)
26,271.44
19,780.56
JUNE, 2015 RECEIPTS
GENERAL
DATE
DEDICATED
FUND
PRESCHOOL
MISSIONS
TOTAL
ACCOUNTS
JUNE 07
10,094.00
5,904.50
249.00
1,507.30
17,754.80
JUNE 14
9,733.57
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256.00
2,797.83
12,787.40
JUNE 21
7,389.00
12,556.00
217.00
836.80
20,998.80
JUNE 28
10,989.42
143.00
1,858.35
19,020.27
TOTAL
38,205.99
865.00
7,000.28
70,561.27
Savings & Investments:
LCEF Savings
Thrivent Endowment Fund
TOTAL
6,029.50
24,490.00
$448,204.56
$307,968.44
$756,173.00
Stewardship Devotion
Scripture Reading:
“Jesus went through all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the good news of the kingdom
and healing every disease and sickness. When He saw the crowds, He had compassion on them, because they were
harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Then He said to His disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful but the
workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into His harvest field” (Matthew 9:35-38).
Becoming Workers in the Harvest
Jesus knew that the people needed a shepherd. He was determined to rescue as many as possible. Jesus said to
His disciples, as He speaks to us, “Ask the Lord of harvest . . . to send out workers into His harvest field.” It is God’s will
that all people come to salvation (2 Peter 3:9). The harvest field belongs to the Lord, and God will see that the people
needed for the harvest will be available.
God invites all of us to be His workers in the harvest field. He doesn’t need us, but He gives us the privilege to
be involved in this very important work. In His sovereignty, God has called and chosen to work through us. What we
can offer is our time and our talents. In Christ, we can do work that will be blessed into eternity. We begin this allimportant work by asking or praying for a successful harvest with many workers being sent into the harvest field.
Because of our prayers, He will provide the workers who are needed.
As we pray for God’s work to be accomplished through workers in the field, we are, in essence, allowing Him to
make us the answers to our own prayers. God will find ways to use our gifts in ways that will touch others. We are
encouraged to pray for God’s work to be done, and to be involved in doing this work personally. God will give us the
strength to overcome the excuses that often plague us such as I don’t have the time or I’m not equipped. As Paul wrote,
“I can do everything through Him Who gives me strength” (Philippians 4:13).
Discussion Thoughts:
1. In what ways are we similar to sheep?
2. Is survival possible without a shepherd?
3. God had compassion on the people because they were “harassed and helpless.” What does it mean that “man’s
need is God’s opportunity?”
Prayer:
Lord, we are all in need of You as our Shepherd. Thank You for always being there for us. We thank You for your care
and compassion. We thank You for giving us the privilege of serving You as we tell others of Your wonderful love.
Please forgive us when fail to tell others of the Good News. In Your precious name we pray. Amen.
Birthdays in August 2015
1. Thor Fox, Mark Van Dyne
2. Colin Frentzel, Nancy Meyer, Robert Simcoke III
3. Lois May, Ruth Ann Pickering
4. Karen Burgett
6. Dorothy Feilner, Kaleb Quezada
8. Wendy Moore, Alexander Knight
9. David Kuppler, Terese Lafeber
10. Hannah Mittelbuscher, Ken Scherer, Herbert Steck
12. Janet Brett
13. Lee Rohlf, Suzanne Sommer, Justin Zamzow
14. Rebecca Goveia, Brian Lang, Jean Voss, Bill Xander
15. Waylon Chittum, Kolton Kehoe, Terry Wynn
16. Whitney Boenzle
17. Bennett Eversmann
19. Audrey Burwell
20. Charles Gross, Linda Huning, Bridget Metzner
21. Ella Ermeling
22. Paige Wohldmann
23. Roy Schuster, Emma Shatro
25. Sandra Bornmann, Rachel Stefanic
26. Freeman Keesling, Wayne Hueffmeier, Cheryn Rosenblatt
27. Savannah Moore, Fred Schlef
28. Carter Freeman, John Nathan
29. Megan Gross, Billie Derham, Brandee Iannelli
31. Lois Abernathy, Jeannine Maass, Carol Pfitzinger
Lori Shatro
Anniversaries in August 2015
1. Richard & Velma Hecht
Jose & Melissa Quezada
2. Mike & Carol Iannelli
5. Kurt & Connie Hallemeier
7. Bert & Carolyn Scism
8. Brad & Jessica Ermeling
12. Ron & Kristy Bull
Charles & Lu Kelley
Thomas & Kristine Vanek
14. Robert & Virginia Barrett
Kirk & Michelle Zamzow
15. Jack & Suzanne Sandridge
18. John & Shirley Luetkemeyer
20. LeRoy & Linda Sides
21. Joel & Janet Brett
23. Brandon & Susan Copeland
24. Dennis & Linda Meyers
25. Will & Kristin Lopez
26. Larry & Nancy Crume
Wayne & Judi Kuppler
27. Theodore & Deborah Kuegele
50 years
50 Years
50 Years
51 Years
53 Years
53 Years
54 Years
Birthdays in September 2015
1. Linda Warnhoff
2. Judy Arle, Lisa Boenzle, Erin Rowland
3. Lydia Lang
4. Corey Bichel
6. Nancy Dennigmann
7. Michael Fitch, Agnes Walker, Monica Stancil
8. Thomas Bergman
9. Natalie Hirsch, Jackson Ford
10. Laura Mahnken, Ashley Ryan, Tom Wicker
11. Barbara Popp
12. Chris Williams
14. Aaron Brett, Debbie Hueffmeier
15. Debra Leimkuehler
16. Julie Lane, Isabel Lang
17. Brenda Cochran, Dorothy Weik
18. Leah Hirsch, Susan Steck
19. Beverly Lechnir, Walt McCormick
20. Janet Hallemeier, Tammy Tinker
21. Nan Davis, Leslie Gross, Linda Durham
22. Deborah Kuegele
23. Jackie Curry, Jacob Ellis
26. Rodney Hecht, Eric Lafeber
27. Pam Thornhill
28. Abby Kepple, Travis Kipp
29. Darliss Heidbrink
30. Irma Amelung, Karen Gerardy
Anniversaries in September 2015
1. Todd & Terese Lafeber
Dee & Ernie Smith
2. Donald & Jan Hallemeier
3. Lou & Donna Coyner
Harold & Ruth Nolle
6. Allen & Carolyn Fox
7. Kent & Kelley Erhardt
Jeff & Wendy Moore
9. James & Kathy Dent
12. Norman & Ruth Pickering
John & Ann Rother
14. David & Peggy Branson
15. Michael & Mary Tuerck
21. Virgil & Bonnie Petrich
22. Chad & Kristen Courtney
23. Richard & Ruth Huning
Glenn & Laura Mahnken
Kevin & Kristen Singer
26. Charles & Michelle Schneider
30. James & Shirley Michaels
25 Years
25 Years
65 Years
67 Years
51 Years
52 Years
54 Years
65 Years
Those Who Serve During the Month of August
ALTAR GUILD – Susan Roach & Lois Abernathy
COFFEE & DONUTS - August 2 - Youth Board August 9 - Elders
August 16 - Outreach August 23 – Walt & Kendra McCormick August 30 - Elders
IN CHARGE OF BUILDING - Open: Elders Close: Mike Tuerck
August 2, 2015
Elders: 8:15 a.m. – Bob Simcoke, Bill Perschbacher, Chuck Leaf
11:00 a.m. – Bill Perschbacher, Bob Simcoke
Acolytes: 8:15 a.m. – Jack Ford 11:00 a.m. – Emily Furman
Nursery Attendants: 8:15 a.m. – Savannah Moore 11:00 a.m. – Julia Trempala
Ushers: 8:15 a.m. - Virgil Petrich, Chuck Gross, Steve Furjes, John Luetkemeyer, Ray Hallemeier
11:00 a.m. – Jeff Roach, Ron Leimkuehler
Lector: Walt McCormick
Greeters: 8:15 a.m. – Dan & Connie Kipp 11:00 a.m. – Tammy Tinker
Projection Technician: 8:15 a.m. - Chuck Leaf 11:00 a.m. – Sara Tremmel
Soundboard: 8:15 a.m. – Steve Freeman 11:00 a.m. – Ken Scherer
August 9, 2015
Elders: 8:15 a.m. – Barb Popp, Joe Pallardy
11:00 a.m. – Joe Pallardy, Barb Popp, Lee Rohlf
Acolytes: 8:15 a.m. – Paige Vanek 11:00 a.m. – Kolton Kehoe
Nursery Attendants: 8:15 a.m. – Savannah Moore 11:00 a.m.- Julia Trempala
Ushers: 8:15 a.m. - Ken Scherer, John Nathan, Glenn Mahnken, Mike Kaufman, Ollie Gosejohan, Kristen Singer, Ron Buck
11:00 a.m. - Ron Bull, Mark Huning, Sandy Tremmel, Richard Ford
Lector: 8:15 a.m. – Bob Pickering
Greeters: 8:15 a.m. – Walt & Carol Pfitzinger 11:00 a.m. – Scott & Sandy Bichel
Projection Technician: - 8:15 a.m. – Lee Sides 11:00 a.m. – Mary Kuppler
Soundboard: 8:15 a.m. – Bob Pickering 11:00 a.m. – Colin Frentzel
August 16, 2015
Elders: 8:15 a.m. – Chuck Leaf, Mark Van Dyne
11:00 a.m. – Mark Van Dyne, Chuck Leaf
Acolytes: 8:15 a.m. – Isabel Lang 11:00 a.m. – Emily Furman
Nursery Attendants: 8:15 a.m. – Savannah Moore 11:00 a.m. – Julia Trempala
Ushers: 8:15 a.m. - Dirk Hallemeier, Leonard Schubert, Tom Craig, Rich Sommer, Jacob Ellis, Tom Wicker
11:00 a.m. - Jeff Moore, Eric Lafeber, Bill Perschbacher, Kevin Kehoe
Lector: 8:15 a.m. – Don Popp
Greeters: 8:15 a.m. – Kristen Singer 11:00 a.m. - Willard Koch
Projection Technician: - 8:15 a.m. Connie Hallemeier 11:00 a.m. Faith Trempala
Soundboard: 8:15 a.m. – Dan Kipp 11:00 a.m. – Allen Fox
August 23, 2015
Elders: 8:15 a.m. – Lee Rohlf, Ron Buck
11:00 a.m. – Ron Buck, Lee Rohlf, Bill Perschbacher
Acolytes: 8:15 a.m. – Jenna Leimkuehler 11:00 a.m. – Emily Engelhardt
Nursery Attendants: 8:15 a.m. - Savannah Moore 11:00 a.m. - Julia Trempala
Ushers: 8:15 a.m. - Gary Hemmann,, Don Hallemeier, Kent Erhardt, Herb Steck, Ted Kuegele, Rick Ellis, Hunter Rohlf
11:00 a.m. - Charles Steinmeyer, Jack Sandridge, Joe Pallardy
Lector: 8:15 a.m. – Ken Scherer
Greeters: 8:15 a.m. – Jason Kuegele 11:00 a.m. – Sandy & Sara Tremmel
Projection Technician: - Kristen Singer 11:00 a.m. – Sara Tremmel
Soundboard: 8:15 a.m. – Dave Ruprecht 11:00 a.m. – Wayne Kuppler
August 30, 2015
Elders: 8:15 a.m. –Sherrill Schuster, Tom Craig, Joe Pallardy
11:00 a.m. –Tom Craig, Sherrill Schuster, Barb Popp
Acolytes: 8:15 a.m. – Clayton Erhardt 11:00 a.m. – Alyssa Engelhardt
Nursery Attendants: 8:15 a.m. - Savannah Moore 11:00 a.m. - Julia Trempala
Ushers: 8:15 a.m__- Jeff Moore, Bill Perschbacher, Kevin Kehoe, Eric Lafeber
11:00 a.m. – Gary Hemmann, Don Hallemeier, Kent Erhardt, Herb Steck, Ted Kuegele, Rick Ellis, Hunter Rohlf
Lector: 8:15 a.m. –
Greeters: 8:15 a.m. – Ron & Debbie Leimkuehler 11:00 a.m. – Chuck & Kathy Leaf
Projection Technician: - 8:15 a.m. - Kristen Singer 11:00 a.m. – Mary Kuppler
Soundboard: 8:15 a.m. – Dave Ruprecht 11:00 a.m. – Wayne Kuppler
Those Who Serve During the Month of September
ALTAR GUILD – Barb Popp & Virginia Barrett
COFFEE & DONUTS - September 6 - Resources September 13 - Choir
September 20 – Women’s Ministry September 27 - Fellowship
IN CHARGE OF BUILDING - Open: Elders Close: Jim Ford
September 6, 2015
Elder: 8:15 a.m. – Ron Buck, Barb Popp, Bob Simcoke 11:00 a.m. – Barb Popp, Ron Buck
Acolytes: 8:15 a.m. – Vacant 11:00 a.m. – Isaac Quezada
Nursery Attendants: 8:15 a.m. – Savannah Moore 11:00 a.m. – Julia Trempala
Ushers: 8:15 a.m. - Virgil Petrich, Richard Hecht, Chuck Gross, Steve Furjes, John Luetkemeyer, Ray Hallemeier
11:00 a.m. – Jeff Roach, Ron Leimkuehler
Lector: 8:15 a.m. – Bob Pickering
Greeters: 8:15 a.m. – Steve & Claudia Black 11:00 a.m. - Lori & Emma Shatro
Projection Technician: - 8:15 a.m. – Chuck Leaf 11:00 a.m. – Mary Kuppler
Soundboard: 8:15 a.m. – Steve Freeman 11:00 a.m. – Ken Scherer
September 13, 2015
Elder: 8:15 a.m. – Tom Craig, Joe Pallardy
11:00 a.m. – Joe Pallardy, Tom Craig, Mark Van Dyne
Acolytes: 8:15 a.m. – Clayton Erhardt 11:00 a.m. – Jenna Leimkuehler
Nursery Attendants: 8:15 a.m. - Savannah Moore 11:00 a.m. – Savannah Moore
Ushers: 8:15 a.m. - Ken Scherer, John Nathan, Glenn Mahnken, Michael Kaufman, Ollie Gosejohan, Kristen Singer, Ron Buck
11:00 a.m. - Ron Bull, Mark Huning, Sandy Tremmel, Richard Ford
Lector: 8:15 a.m. – Dennis Meyers
Greeter: 8:15 a.m. – Lu Kelley 11:00 a.m. –
Projection Technician: - 8:15 a.m. – Lee Sides 11:00 a.m. – Mary Kuppler
Soundboard: 8:15 a.m. – Bob Pickering 11:00 a.m. – Colin Frentzel
September 20, 2015
Elder: 8:15 a.m. – Bob Simcoke, Chuck Leaf 11:00 a.m. – Chuck Leaf, Bob Simcoke
Acolytes: 8:15 a.m. – Jack Ford 11:00 a.m. – Elizabeth Trempala
Nursery Attendants: 8:15 a.m. – Savannah Moore 11:00 a.m. – Julia Trempala
Ushers: 8:15 a.m. - Dirk Hallemeier, Leonard Schubert, Tom Craig, Rich Sommer, Jacob Ellis, Tom Wicker
11:00 a.m. - Jeff Moore, Bill Perschbacher, Kevin Kehoe, Eric Lafeber
Lector: 8:15 a.m. – Kathy Leaf
Greeters: 8:15 a.m. – Lois May 11:00 a.m. – Bob & Pat Pickering
Projection Technician: 8:15 a.m. – Connie Hallemeier 11:00 a.m. – Faith Trempala
Soundboard: 8:15 a.m. – Dan Kipp 11:00 a.m. – Allen Fox
September 27, 2015
Elder: 8:15 a.m. – Sherrill Schuster, Lee Rohlf 11:00 a.m. - Lee Rohlf, Sherrill Schuster, Barb Popp
Acolytes: 8:15 a.m. – Isabel Lang 11:00 a.m. – Abby Malone
Nursery Attendants: 8:15 a.m. – Savannah Moore 11:00 a.m. – Julia Trempala
Ushers: 8:15 a.m. – Gary Hemmann, Don Hallemeier, Kent Erhardt, Herb Steck, Ted Kuegele, Rick Ellis, Hunter Rohlf
11:00 a.m. - Charles Steinmeyer, Jack Sandridge, Joe Pallardy
Lector: 8:15 a.m. – Christine Casten
Greeters: 8:15 a.m. – Roy & Sherrill Schuster 11:00 a.m. – Harold & Jean Yahnke
Projection Technician: 8:15 a.m. – Kristen Singer 11:00 a.m. – Sara Tremmel
Soundboard: 8:15 a.m. – Dave Ruprecht 11:00 a.m. – Wayne Kuppler
August - September
2015
MONTH YEAR
VOL. #3 ISSUE #4
www.oursaviorlutheranchurch.org
VOL. # OE ISSUE
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St. Charles, MO 63301
Church Picnic
August 30
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