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“Take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the spirit, which is
the word of God.” Ephesians 6:17
SECRETARY OFFICE HOURS
Monday—Friday
8:30 AM—1:00 PM
419-625-6800 phone
MISSION
“Proclaim God’s love through Word and Sacrament, committed to a life
of witness, fellowship and service, uniting people to His will.”
Member: Sandusky Area Lutherans in Mission
St. Paul Lutheran Church is a Sandusky Area Lutheran congregation in Mission
T he Sword
JULY/AUGUST 2015
St. Paul Lutheran Church
2211 Mills Street
Sandusky, OH 44870
419-625-6800
Email: [email protected]
www.stpaulsandusky.org
Northwestern
Ohio Synod
St. Paul Lutheran Church
2211 Mills St.
Sandusky, OH 44870
“Christ-Centered, Gospel- Based Church Equipping You For SERVICE.”
Non-Profit Org.
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SANDUSKY, OH
PERMIT # 131
Committee/Ministry Teams The Purpose of church committees (Ministry Teams) is to provide avenues and opportunities for church members to work in Christ’s mission for our church. “Mission ministries” seek to involve all church members in
outreach mission; “Resource ministries” are charged with supporting the Mission ministries Note: Committees have leadership
responsibilities, not authority. Chairperson’s of committees only lead the agenda; committees acting as a whole lead decisions
on mission or resource action items with oversight by the Pastor and Council.
Building & Property: a resource ministry which seeks to maintain adequate facilities/resources (building & property) to
facilitate the worship, discipleship, ministry and mission of St. Paul Church.
Christian Education: a mission ministry which seeks to provide Christian (Lutheran) educational (discipleship) opportunities particularly for the young, for the mission and ministry of St. Paul Church.
Evangelism/Publicity: a resource ministry which provides resources for publicity and public relations for the activities
and mission and ministry of St. Paul Church.
Life & Growth: a mission ministry which seeks to provide fellowship opportunities for the mission and ministry of St.
Paul Church.
Stewardship/Finance A resource ministry which seeks to organize, maintain and manage the receiving of time, talent
and treasure resources for the benefit of the ministry and mission of St. Paul Church.
Worship & Music: a mission ministry which seeks to promote the “ work of the people” (liturgy) by organizing and
providing worship “work” opportunities for the mission and ministry of St. Paul Church.
Youth/[and Family] : a mission ministry which seeks to organize, encourage and support the participation of Youth and
young adults in the mission and ministry of St. Paul Church.
Community Care: a mission ministry which seeks to provide community service opportunities as an expression of the
mission and ministry of St. Paul Church.
Worship and Music
SATURDAY 6:00 pm Worship Assistant (acolyte, usher, communion assistant) is Lynda McCutcheon
and Dave Ridenour.
USHER 8:00
July 5
July 12
July 19
July 26
August 2
August 9
August 16
August 23
August 30
ACOLYTES
Don Molz and Tim Miller
Don Molz and Tim Miller
Don Molz and Tim Miller
Don Molz and Tim Miller
Larry and Millie McCready
Larry and Millie McCready
Larry and Millie McCready
Larry and Millie McCready
Larry and Millie McCready
July 5
Keegan Schoen
July 12
Logan Lawson
July 19
Catelynn & Nelson Collins
July 26
Jackson Boothe
August 2 Max Hecht
August 9 Keegan Schoen
August 16 Logan Lawson
August 23 Catelynn & Nelson Collins
August 30 Jackson Boothe
Church Activities
GREETERS 8:00
Prayer Chain Diane Lindsey (419) 625-1467 & Linda Skillman (419) 625-6292
St. Paul Choir Marianne Webb
Joyful Noise Choir Joan Strouse
Stitch n Rip Sharon Dresser (419) 433-0843
Welcome Table David & Deanna Ridenour (419) 626-4600
Dartball Tom Willer (419) 308-0197
ALL COMMITTEES ar e scheduled to meet at 6:30 pm on
Tuesday, July 7th and August 4th. PLEASE NOTE NEW
TIME!!!
CHURCH COUNCIL will be meeting Tuesday, J uly14th
and August 11th at 6:30 pm.
DEADLINES TO
REMEMBER:
Please have information to the church office at the
appropriate times for
timely publication.
Weekly Bulletin:
Thursday, 10:00 AM
Newsletter:
Monday after the
Congregation Council meeting by 12:00 PM
(for September SWORD, August 17th)
July 5
July 12
July 19
July 26
August 2
Our 2015-2015 Church Council Leaders and Committee
chairpersons are:
Rev. Merlin Jacobs — Interim Pastor
Larry Riedy—President
Brent Gardner—Vice President
Cindy Ball—Treasurer
Judy Mann—Secretary
Millie McCready
Tina Walton
David Ridenour
Nancy Glass
Ron Abbott
Judy Pflieger
Charles Showalter
Pat Gresh
Larry & Cherie Riedy
Norma Shelley
Tina Walton & Diane Lenke
Don & Betty Moltz
Jay & Stephanie Collins
Catelynn, Nelson, Jacob, Tre
August 9 Sue Lavy
August 16 Tina Walton & Diane Lenke
August 23 Bill & Ruth Glass
August 30 Shirley Mapus
July 4
July 11
July 18
July 25
August 1
August 8
August 15
August 22
August 29
Pat Gresh
Linda Skillman
Sara Kosel
Joan Shank
Linda Skillman
Larry McCready
Pat Gresh
Joan Shank
Millie McCready
READER 8:00
July 5 Bill Waldock
July 12 Vicky Gerold
July 19
Tina Walton
July 26
Will Cummings
August 2 Bill Waldock
August 9 Vicky Gerold
August 16 Tina Walton
August 23 Will Cummings
August 30 Craig Hecht
ST. PAUL VAGABONDS
On Friday, July 10th at 8:30 a.m. the St. Paul Vagabonds will be traveling to Toledo, Ohio.
Our travels will include “The Toledo Art Museum”, The Toledo Police Museum” and Boyd’s
Candy Store” and of course lunch somewhere in the area. Please come join us. There will be
a sign up sheet in the Narthex. Limit 12. We always have a great time. Come check us out.
OUR STAFF
Jesus’ Disciple in Mission & Ministry
Interim Pastor
Music Director & Organist
Choir Director
Pianist
Church Secretary
Family/Youth Coordinator
Custodian
Grounds Keeper
READER 6:00
YOU!
Rev. Merlin Jacobs
Charles Scroggy
Marianne Webb
Jenny Weichel
Elaine Conley
Jennifer Parkison
Debbie Moltz
Frank J. Ball
Please be mindful of our homebound members with prayers, visits or cards!
Elizabeth (Betty) Streng
4012 Venice Rd. Lot # 85 (home address)
Or
P.O. Box 763 (mailing address)
Sandusky, Oh 4870
Viola Shockney
4312 White Tail Ln.
Sandusky, OH 44870
Martha Roesch
3709 S. Campbell St.
Sandusky, OH 44870
Howard Barnum
604 Bennett Ave.
Sandusky, OH 44870
Marilyn Smith
408 Pennsylvania Ave.
Sandusky, OH 44870
Providence Care Center
2025 Hayes Ave.
Sandusky, OH 44870
Don Symonds
c/o Seacrest
Unit D—Giffin Hall
Room 279
Sandusky, OH 44870
Parkvue
3800 Boardwalk Blvd.
Sandusky, OH 44870
APARTMENTS
Peg Marquart
#303
Eleanor Miller
#203
Lutheran Memorial Home
795 Bardshar Road
Sandusky, OH 44870
Lois Hummel
#209
Women of the Church
Our ladies summer luncheon will be held at Margaritaville on Thursday August 6th at
11:30 am. We will meet at the church for anyone who wants to carpool. We can park behind the restaurant so no one has to tackle their steps. We will leave the church by 11: 15
am. There will be a sign up sheet in the near future. I hope you will join us. All ladies
are welcome. Any questions—see Vicki.
Women, Word and Wine will be getting together on Monday, July 20th at 7:00 at Tami
Gardner’s house, 831 Cedar Point Road, Sandusky. We will begin discussing Making
Sense of the Christian Faith by David J . Lose. It can be purchased online or may
be available at the local book store, Books a Million. We will try to cover Chapters 1 &
2. Let’s hope for a beautiful day so we can sit out by the water and enjoy the amazing
view! Please join us.
The Prayer Chain of St. Paul Lutheran Church is in need of participants; if you are interested in becoming part of this worthwhile ministry, call Linda Skillman, 419-625-6292,
to have your name added to a chain. Thank you.
Harold Smith
Attention St. Paul Members:
If you know of any members who are shut-ins, in the hospital, undergoing medical treatment, or just need to be remembered with a card from their fellow members please let me
know and I will be glad to send these. Births, Marriages, and Deaths are also acknowledged with a card and a personal note but many people are missed because I am not
aware of the information. We are all Members of the St. Paul Lutheran Church Family
and when the time arises when someone is in need it is always good to know that people
are thinking of you. Thank you for your help. Linda Howell, 419-202-4351 or e-mail at
[email protected]
Lutheran World Relief and Kit Ministry
The annual kit assembly and packing day will be August 22 at 9:00 am in the sewing
room. Lists are available on the women’s bulletin board in the Narthex, on what we need
to be gathering for the Baby care, Personal care, School and Fabric kits. Carry the list
with you. Watch for school supply sales (go on sale in July) and some baby items can be
obtained at garage sales. All donations and help are appreciated for this worthwhile mission work.
July Lectionary
July 5
6th Pentecost
Parament Color: Green
Parament Color: Green
First Reading: Exodus 16: 2-4, 9-15
Psalm 78: 23-29
Second Reading: Ephesians 4: 1-16
Gospel: John 6: 24-35
July 12 7th Pentecost
August 9 11th Pentecost
Parament Color: Green
Parament Color: Green
First Reading: Amos 7: 7-15
Psalm 85: 8-13
Second Reading: Ephesians 1: 3-14
Gospel: Mark 6: 14-29
First Reading: 1 Kings 19: 4-8
Psalm 34: 1-8
Second Reading: Ephesians 4: 25—5:2
Gospel: John 6: 35, 41-51
July 19
August 16 12th Pentecost
Parament Color: Green
Parament Color: Green
First Reading: Jeremiah 23: 1-6
Psalm 23
Second Reading: Ephesians 2: 11-22
Gospel: Mark 6: 30-34, 53-56
First Reading: Proverbs 9: 1-6
Psalm 34: 9-14
Second Reading: Ephesians 5: 15-20
Gospel: John 6: 51-58
July 26
August 23 13th Pentecost
9th Pentecost
November 22
December 20
August 2 10th Pentecost
First Reading: Ezekiel 2: 1-5
Psalm 123
Second Reading: 2 Corinthians 12: 2-10
Gospel: Mark 6: 1-13
8th Pentecost
October 25
August Lectionary
Parament Color: Green
Parament Color: Green
First Reading: 2 Kings 4: 42-44
Psalm 145: 10-18
Second Reading: Ephesians 3: 14-21
Gospel: John 6: 1-21
First Reading: Joshua 24: 1-2a, 14-18
Psalm 34: 15-22
Second Reading: Ephesians 6: 10-20
Gospel: John 6: 56-69
August 30 14th Pentecost
We will need cupcakes for all meals except December 20—we would like to have Christmas
cookies! Thank you.
A HUGE thank you to St. Paul Bakers—you faithfully make beautiful and delicious cupcakes
for our guests at WELCOME TABLE. Summer break is here—but please plan to resume
your baking skills in September. Thank you.
WELCOME TABLE is being hosted—June by Church Council, July Boy Scouts and August ?.
Again—Thank you to all who are invested in the St. Paul Welcome Table Mission. Each of
you are truly appreciated—prepping, cooking, serving and cleaning up takes many hands
working together to the Glory of God. Great Fellowship. Community members express their
love of the meals, they truly appreciate these meals. Everyone is welcome. You have put
SMILES on many faces. (approximately 3500 meals served this year) Dave and Deanna will
be on hiatus until September—they will be available to assist if needed.
Thank you for all you do—could not do this without all of you working together.
GOD BLESS
Dave and Deanna Ridenour
Parament Color: Green
First Reading: Deuteronomy 4: 1-2, 6-9
Psalm 15
Second Reading: James 1: 17-27
Gospel: Mark 7: 1-8, 14-15, 21-23
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Our Stewardship –General Fund- Please
note this reflects our giving (support for St.
Paul in offerings) on a monthly basis.
Offerings for May $19,784.45
Expenses for May $13,332.72
Net income for the month of May $6451.73
St. Paul’s American Red Cross Blood Drive
Thursday, August 6, 2015
Please mark your calendars, inform your family,
friends and co-workers.
St. Paul has been on the calendar since our last
drive, when we get the confirmation, we will inform
you of the details. Watch the weekend announcements.
Thank you,
David and Deanna
REFLECTIONS: Welcome Table Veteran’s Celebration—May 31, 2015
It was a chilly, rainy, windy Sunday with lots of LOVE, FELLOWSHIP, & WARMTH inside
at St. Paul’s. (We learned later that a serious nor’easter had passed thru —Ferries were canceled, at Put-in-Bay & Marblehead—various docks were underwater.)
At St. Paul’s the Veterans from our congregation, community and Ohio Veterans from our congregation, community and Ohio Veterans Home enjoyed Bar B Q Chicken with all the trimmings. (289 meals were served)
St. Paul’s Boy Scout Troop #44 color guard, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance and prayer.
Saturday, May 30 — Prep day — THANK YOU!
Linda Skillman—cupcake coordinator
St. Paul Bakers—beautiful cupcakes
Helen and Rich Lyons donated flags.
Kathy and Bob Eden donated flags for cupcakes.
Helen and Rich Lyons—prep
Jeanette Sampsell—prep
Sharon Dresser—prep
Shayri Lawson—prep
Logan Lawson—set/decorate tables
Deanna and David
Sunday, May 31—prep, cook, serve and clean up
Rich and Helen Lyons
Sharon Dresser-prep, cook, meal deliveries
Craig and Lisa Hecht and Max
Donovan
Larry and Cherrie Riedy
Tina Walton
Diane Lenke
Merle Arndt—meal deliveries
Jeanette Sampsell
Walt Bauman
Bill Waldock
Bud and Shirley Schenk
Shayri Lawson and Madi and Logan
Kui Sanders
Dave and Deanna
Thank you to those who gave of their time and talents to lend a hand at the Veterans Welcome
Table Celebration. (We would like your input/suggestions so we can make the Veterans Celebration bigger and better next year. Direct suggestions to Dave Ridenour—then they will be
turned over to the Community Care Committee.)
Please mark your calendars for the Welcome Table dates for the rest of 2015:
June 28
July 26
August 23
September 27
YOUTH NEWS
Summer Fun Opportunities
First we have 2 weeks of family camp available for 2 families. This is a free
summer vacation for anyone interested. Please contact the church office for
more details.
Second there are a few weeks still available for any youth wanting to go to
camp this summer these are FREE please don’t let this opportunity pass you
by.
July 31-August 1 we will be camping at East Harbor State Park meet at the
church and be ready to leave by 5:00 pm. Bring camping gear and swim suits.
Everyone should bring a cookout food item to share hotdogs, S’more , beverages and breakfast will be provided. Please bring a flashlight, Bible, bug spray
and sunscreen.
Our congregation was chosen as one of the Synod Assembly Youth and Family Summer Camp Giveaway winners. This allows us to send Five Kids (from five different
families) to a week of summer camp at either of the two residential youth camps, Lutheran Memorial Camp (LMC) or Camp Mowana, for FREE! We can also send two
families to a week of family camp for FREE! If you are interested or know someone
who might be contact Jennifer Parkison at 419-656-8859 or pick up a registration form
at the church office. There is a sheet in the Narthex showing what weeks are available.
We would like to have the names and addresses of our college students. We will be
asking for volunteers to help send quarterly care packages. Please contact Jennifer
Parkison at 419-656-8859 or the church office 419-625-6800 if you would like to volunteer or would like to give us the name of a college student. Thank you.
There will be a collection box in the Fellowship Hall for items donated to Safe Harbor
and Genesis House. Isaiah Taylor of Troup 44 is collecting these items as part of his
Eagle project. Items needed include female products, paper towels, toilet paper, cleaning products, new clothes, shampoo, soap (not hotel size and no bars of soap) and
school products.
Sandusky Area Lutherans in Mission
Grace, Castalia – Resurrection, Sandusky – St. John, Sandusky
St. Paul, Sandusky -- Trinity, Sandusky – Zion, Huron – Zion, Sandusky
Highlights from the June 15, 2015 Board meeting of Our Sandusky Area Lutherans in Mission.
The Giving Garden at St. John’s needs volunteers to help water and weed the garden, if you can spend
a little time and help, e-mail Barry Gill at [email protected] and indicate the day and time. Thanks
to Ability Works, Inc. They are sending workers to the Garden on Tuesday mornings. “Lettuce” continue to grow together in mission!
SALM delivered a check for $500 to support Pr. Mandy Oleson and the SALM youth who are planning on attending the 2015 ELCA Youth Gathering from July 15-19th in Detroit.
A $250 check was also delivered to support the Second Annual Recovery Walk. SALM will be listed
as a sponser on the t-shirts at the event. If you support recovery, plan on joining the community as we
walk from Market Street to the waterfront. We will be walking proud and carrying our SALM banner.
Please consider joining us.
WE WELCOMED MARK GROEN AND SOME YOUTH FROM LENNOX, SOUTH
DAKOTA TO SLEEP HERE WHILE ON A MISSION TRIP.
In 2017, the ELCA will observe the 500th Anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. SALM Board
members held a conversation with our Catholic parishes on May 27th to see how we might join together. SALM is looking for ways to commemorate this event locally. We need your thoughts and
ideas. We also need volunteers to serve on a planning committee. If you have an interest, please contact your representative.
Announcements and SALM Church news:
Brent Gardner, St. Paul was welcomed to the SALM Board.
St. John’s completed the first meeting of Good News+Amen. Summer Sunday service time has been
changed to one service at 9AM. The only exception is on July 12th when the time will be 10:30 as St.
John’s hosts a Sunday potluck and ice cream social to welcome back previous pastors as part of their
anniversary celebration.
June 28th, SALM Walk for Water fundraiser in Castalia. 2-4 walk and water activities, 4-6 pool party.
All money collected will be sent to the National Youth Gathering in Detroit with the Huron youth.
Thursday, July 9th, 6PM JOY Time at St. Paul.
July 20-24th Zion, Sandusky will host VBS.
Thursday, August 6th, St. Paul will host a Red Cross Blood Drive.
Thursday, August 20th, Trinity, Farmer’s Market through Second Harvest with food distribution to
low-income individuals from 10-noon.
Sunday, September 13th, God’s Work, Our Hands Service Sunday.
September 19th the Second Annual Recovery Walk will be held in downtown Sandusky.
From the Pastor
Brothers and sisters in Christ at St. Paul Sandusky,
We have been brothers and sisters in Christ through our baptism and now we get to meet
and live together on a more personal level. We have been partners in ministry through the
Northwestern Ohio Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and now we get
to work together closely as pastor and people participating in what God is up to at St. Paul,
in Sandusky and the world God loves.
I’ve moved into the office and I am getting acquainted with procedures, staff, people and
Sandusky. Feel free to call me, drop in at church or give me a call. My schedule includes
leading the two weekend services, being in Sandusky Tuesday through Thursday and
working from my home in Toledo on Fridays. I am available for visitation and matters related to the ministry and mission of St. Paul. If you are involved in something you want
me to know about, lets get together soon.
I’ll be taking the vacation we had planned July 2 – 14. This vacation includes attending a
family reunion in Colorado and my mother’s estate sale in Sidney, Nebraska. Thanks for
the sympathy card you sent following my mother’s death on May 15. I was surprised as we
had not met but only heard of each other.
Your Partner in Ministry,
Pastor Merlin Jacobs
419-376-5679
[email protected]
July birthdays
Annabelle Emrath
Arlene Wahl
Norman Bilger
Owen Fredericks
Marissa Clark
Grace Flowers
Merle Arndt
Joshua Bahnsen
Darrien Jones
Tina Walton
Marney Carolus
Cia` Snoble
Kristen Ball
Robert Cramer
Lawrence Riedy
7/4
7/4
7/5
7/7
7/8
7/8
7/9
7/9
7/9
7/9
7/10
7/12
7/14
7/14
7/14
Terry Rosin
Thomas Wallen
Jack Cheetham
Debra Canino
Keith Wehner
Isabelle Frankart
James Miller
Shirley Schenk
David Hampton
Donna Russell
Ara Lou Waldock
Carrie Kiepert
Matthew Roberts
Maxwell Hecht
Bradley Carolus
Rebecca Lewis
August birthdays
7/14
7/14
7/15
7/16
7/16
7/18
7/18
7/18
7/21
7/21
7/23
7/25
7/26
7/28
7/29
7/29
July wedding anniversaries
Edward and Kay Brown
Michael and Karen Flohr
Melvin and Marian Heiberger
Randy and Linda Kalsbeek
James and Lauren Gilliam
Edward and Donna Rhode II
Donald and Arlene Symonds
Donald and Sue Paule
Charles and Sandra Showalter II
Walter and Shirley Schenk
7/1
7/1
7/3
7/7
7/12
7/13
7/18
7/22
7/22
7/23
July Baptismal anniversaries
The meeting time for All Committees is being changed from 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm on the
first Tuesday of the month. The July meeting will be on July 7th. The August meeting
will be on August 4th.
The Worship and Music Committee is asking for help forming a group of men and women
willing and able to change the scenery above the Narthex doors at the main entrance of the
church. Scenes need to be changed 6 times a year to represent the church season. Seasons
are as follows: Hanging of the Greens, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent/Ash Wednesday, Easter
and Pentecost. Scheduling scenery changes is flexible as long as the scenes are up prior to
the beginning of the church season. Committee members are always available to answer
any questions. Please contact Toni Nossaman at 419-626-9837 (home), 419-271-3990
(cell), or email at [email protected] Thank you in advance for your willingness to be a
part of this worthwhile ministry here at St. Paul.
Vickie Chambers
Joyce Himes
Karl Puckrin
Mark Miller
Ruth Glass
Keegan Schoen
Brenda Westerhold
Sean Kiepert
Alec Nagel
Sonya Unkrich
Misty Barnum
Preston Barnum
Donovan Clark
Durond Clark
Logan Schoen
Philip Peoples
Linda Howell
Nathan Pool
Donald Symonds
Kailee Flowers
Marissa Flowers
Nolan Flowers
Brooke Lewis
Megan Lewis
7/1
7/1
7/2
7/8
7/9
7/10
7/10
7/11
7/11
7/12
7/15
7/15
7/15
7/15
7/15
7/19
7/20
7/25
7/25
7/29
7/29
7/29
7/30
7/30
Amy Hackenburg
Julie Jahnke
Samantha Meadows
Stephanie Weichel
Anita Krupp
Wayne Russell
Renzo Snoble
Rudy Hartung
Valerie Boothe
Timothy Parker
Kortney Trambley
Richard Gast
Connie Wehner
Sharon Lentz
Donald Luzader
Tyler Puckrin
Linda Ott
Darcy Russell
8/2
8/2
8/3
8/3
8/5
8/5
8/6
8/7
8/8
8/9
8/10
8/11
8/11
8/12
8/14
8/14
8/15
8/16
Max Rhonehouse
Linda Gardner
Timothy Miller
Stephanie Collins
Nancy Glass
Steven Brown
Nathan Glass
Ralph Roth
Judith Pflieger
Holly Zelm
Tony Gillingham
Marcia Ninke
Diane Hoover
Michael Miller
Karen Russell
Evelyn Behrendsen
Brett Piper
Patricia Lapata
Jennifer Weichel
8/18
8/19
8/20
8/21
8/21
8/22
8/22
8/22
8/23
8/23
8/24
8/25
8/26
8/26
8/27
8/29
8/29
8/30
8/31
August wedding anniversaries
Paul and Molly Schoen
Doug and Linda Ott
Robert and Jean Cramer
Tony and Ann Gillingham
Gerald and Carol Koelsch
Ronald and Martha Abbott
8/1
8/17
8/22
8/27
8/27
8/28
August Baptismal anniversaries
Marissa Clark
Carrie Kiepert
Richard Lyons
Joel Pool
John Bossart Jr.
Patricia Eberhard
Shirley Schenk
Ryan Glass
Rebecca Lewis
Joshua Bahnsen
Kendra Gast
Edward Brown
Darrien Jones
Donna Russell
Alexis Meadows
Eric Meadows
Samantha Meadows
Cia` Snoble
Rebecca Weichel
8/1
8/1
8/1
8/2
8/17
8/17
8/18
8/19
8/22
8/23
8/26
8/28
8/28
8/28
8/29
8/29
8/29
8/29
8/31
July 2015
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8:00 Worship
9:00 Erie
Service with
County ChilHoly Commun- dren’s Services
ion
6:30 All Committees
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8:00 Worship
9:00 Erie
Service with
County ChilHoly Commun- dren’s Services
ion
6:30 Church
Council
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8:00 Worship
Service with
Holy Communion
Care and
Share Donations
9:00 Erie
County Children’s Services
7:00 SALM
7:00 Women,
Word and
Wine
[Sleep Over in
gym]
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8:00 Worship
9:00 Erie
Service with
County ChilHoly Commun- dren’s Services
ion
12:00 Welcome
Table
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August 2015
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3
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10:00 Bulletin
Announcements Due
9:00 Erie
County Children’s Services
6:30 AA
6:00 Worship
Service with
Holy Communion
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10:00 Bulletin
Announcements Due
6:00 JOY Time
9:00 Erie
County Children’s Services
6:30 AA
6:00 Worship
Service with
Holy Communion
[Sleep Over in
gym]
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10:00 Bulletin
Announcements Due
8:30 St. Paul
Vagabonds
9:00 Erie
County Children’s Services
6:30 AA
6:00 Worship
Service with
Holy Communion
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10:00 Bulletin
Announcements Due
9:00 Erie
County Children’s Services
6:30 AA
6:00 Worship
Service with
Holy Communion
Welcome Table
set-up
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10:00 Bulletin
Announcements Due
9:00 Erie
County Children’s Services
5:30 Youth at
East Harbor
6:30 AA
1
6:00 Worship Service with Holy
Communion
Youth at East Harbor
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8:00 Worship
9:00 Erie
Service with
County ChilHoly Commun- dren’s Services
ion
6:30 All Committees
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11
10
8:00 Worship
9:00 Erie
Service with
County ChilHoly Commun- dren’s Services
ion
6:30 Church
Council
16
17
18
8:00 Worship
Service with
Holy Communion
Care and
Share Donations
9:00 Erie
County Children’s Services
7:00 SALM
September
SWORD articles due
23
24
8:00 Worship
9:00 Erie
Service with
County ChilHoly Commun- dren’s Services
ion
12:00 Welcome
Table
30
31
8:00 Worship
9:00 Erie
Service with
County ChilHoly Commun- dren’s Services
ion
25
5
12
19
26
6
7
Red Cross
Blood Mobile
10:00 Bulletin
Announcements Due
11:30 Women’s
luncheon at
Margaritaville
6:00 JOY Time
9:00 Erie
County Children’s Services
6:30 AA
13
14
15
10:00 Bulletin
Announcements Due
6:00 JOY Time
9:00 Erie
County Children’s Services
6:30 AA
6:00 Worship Service with Holy
Communion
20
21
22
10:00 Bulletin
Announcements Due
9:00 Erie
County Children’s Services
6:30 AA
9:00 LWR packing
day
6:00 Worship Service with Holy
Communion
Welcome Table setup
27
28
29
10:00 Bulletin
Announcements Due
9:00 Erie
County Children’s Services
6:30 AA
6:00 Worship Service with Holy
Communion
8
6:00 Worship Service with Holy
Communion