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May 2015 - Minnetonka Lutheran Church
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May 2015
Minnetonka Lutheran Church
We Are Easter People!!!
16023 Minnetonka Blvd | Minnetonka, MN 55345 | 952.935.3419
www.mtkalutheran.org
FYI
Prayer Requests
Call the church office at
952.935.3419 or email
[email protected]
with your prayer requests. If
you want a pastoral visit or
would like to be included in
pastoral prayers during
worship, please call the
church office.
Sunday Worship
9:00am Traditional Worship
10:00am Friendship and Education Hour
10:00am Adult Forum (meets occasionally, watch bulletins for details)
10:45am Contemporary Worship
Communion Sundays
First and Third Sunday of the month at 9:00am Worship
Second and Fourth Sunday of the month at 10:45am Worship
We practice an “Open Table” at MLC. All who welcome the presence of Christ in the
bread and wine are welcome to celebrate regardless of church membership. Grape
juice is available from the final server. Gluten free wafers are available upon request.
Welcome to the Lord’s Table.
Address, Phone
Contact Us
and Email
Email
Online
Office Hours
Church Office
Fax
Corrections
MLC maintains a database of
all its members. If you have
had any changes to your
address, phone number,
marital status, etc. please
contact the church office with
your name, phone number
and the changes that need to
be made.
If You Are Ill
Hospitals no longer notify
churches when their
members are admitted for
care. Call 952-935-3419 and
let us know so we can
support you with prayer and
with presence.
Publication Deadlines
Check website for
occasional worship
schedule changes.
[email protected]
www.mtkalutheran.org
Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
952.935.3419
952.931.9341
MLC Staff
Bob Rusert
Sue Lungstrom
Rachel Coen-Tuff
Tim James
Pastor /x201/ [email protected]
Office Administrator/x200/[email protected]
Intern Director CYF /x202/[email protected]
Chancel Choir Director/Edgy Waters leader
x 206/[email protected]
MLC Organist / x 204
Property Manager
Weekend Custodian
Diane Tuseth
Norm Gehrke
Thomas Whisler
MLC Council
Sue Hlavac
Matt Haakenstad
Stu Deuring
Joanna Koenig
Rae Vanek
Pastor Bob Rusert
Pam Grossmann
Jean Schlemmer
President
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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[email protected]
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[email protected]
Weekly Bulletin:
Thursday at Noon
June Newsletter:
May 18
Grow in Faith, Share the Good News, Serve in Love
All in Jesus’ name.
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“Life in Tune and Eager!”
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Incline your ear, and come to me;
listen, so that you may live. Isaiah 55:3
A rough running car is taken in to a mechanic who has instruments for a “tune up.” When the
car is returned, firing on all cylinders with the right timing and measure of fuel, it runs like new.
A singer or an instrument if sharp or flat sets the listener’s ears on edge like nails on the old
chalk board. But instruments and voices “tuned up” to a particular pitch played by a leader
make glorious music with notes on pitch and pleasant. I recall “inclining my ear” in college
choir to the keeper of the pitch pipe before each song we sang. Our goal from beginning to
end of each selection was to stay “on key.” Tuning in to the piper, starting “on pitch” gave us
opportunity to be successful. Periodically MLC hires a professional to “tune up” the organ and
the pianos with special tuning devices so God and the gathered are graced with beautiful tones.
Sound for broadcasting in radio or television when not “tuned up” by an engineer with the tools
to identify a particular frequency yields a fuzzy signal and an audience straining to understand.
When digitalized for clarity to capture the ear the message comes through loud and clear. Tuning instruments and experts are
essential to the harmony of fine-tuned performance.
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My child, be attentive to my words;
incline your ear to my sayings.
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For they are life to those who find them,
and healing to all their flesh. Proverbs 4:20 & 22
I am coming to realize that I was blessed as a child with the gift of a few wonderful life-tuning instruments: 1} God’s Spirit, 2}
God’s Word, and 3} God’s family of faith, the Church. Attending Lutheran grade school meant being attentive to some Bible
memorization five days a week for eight years. While my life is far from perfectly on pitch all the time, I find God’s Spirit using
the Words of God from way back in my childhood to get me in tune even now some five decades later. When those childhood
Words from God amplified by the Spirit reverberate from the back of my memory to the forefront of consciousness, life seems
harmonized.
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Therefore encourage one another and build up each other… 1 Thessalonians 5:11
For some years, when greeted and asked, “How are you?” I would quip, “Willing.!.” You know, a selected portion of the cliché,
“Ready, willing, and able.!.” I’m not sure I’m ready or able… but I’m almost always “willing”. Recently though… I have found
myself with a new reply, “Eager!” Now asked, “How are you Pastor?” ̶ — suddenly I realized that almost without my own
choosing or even knowing… I’m finding myself delightfully replying with a spirited, “Eager!” It has dawned on me like an
epiphany… sitting in the pews weekly or more, studying with others regularly, meeting weekly with a prayer partner{s}… this
has all been “good for me.” Because of these “instruments and experts” today I find myself “tuned up” and encouraged and
built up in and for new life.
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Let the Word of Christ dwell in you richly; teach and admonish one another in all wisdom…
and let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts… Colossians 3:16 & 15
This older clay pot I inhabit isn’t all as sound as I would like it to be, but thank God the Spirit of God has chosen to join me in
here. The flesh may be weak, but my spirit is eager and at some peace, renewed by the tuning instruments with which God has
blessed me. If you are in need of a tune up… give me a call or stop by the office… I have some good news to share.
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News of the MLC Community
Got Stuff?
Happy Birthday, Helen!
John Nerge and Kirsten Hedin are pursuing adoption to grow
their family, and are holding a garage sale fundraiser on June
4-6 at their home in Eden Prairie. As you start your spring
cleaning, if you find anything you were planning to donate or
trash but would be willing to donate to their sale instead,
they would be very appreciative. They are willing to pick up
items from your house or from Minnetonka Lutheran.
Helen Neuman, a long-time member of MLC, turns 90 in May.
It’s time to celebrate!
Please join Helen and her family for a birthday celebration
and light lunch on Sunday, May 31 at 1:00 pm in Friendship
Hall at Minnetonka Lutheran Church.
We hope to see you there! If you have any questions, please
call Beth Jones at 952-935-5341.
Contact them at [email protected] or 763-592-9664 for
more information.
Thank You!
To all my dear church friends: Thank you for the prayer
letter with all the names. Special thanks to Rae Vanek for
driving me to the doctor & therapy sessions, Arline Ringstad
for the wonderful loaf of bread, and Sandy Peterson for
personal care. We are blest with a loving family at our MLC
church, the care cards, many prayers. I am blessed by all of
your support & love. God is Great, His love is shown in His
family. Cam Pearsall
Continuance of Annual Meeting
Sunday, May 3
12:00 Noon
Friendship Hall
Lunch served by Youth as Mission Trip Fundraiser!
Thrivent Choice Dollars for Youth
Mission Trip Funding!
Godspeed, Rachel!
On May 17, Rachel Coen-Tuff will graduate with an M.A in
Children, Youth and Family Ministry from Luther Seminary.
Let’s come together to celebrate her time with us on Sunday,
April 26 during the 10:00 Hospitality Hour. There will be a
basket for personal cards in Friendship Hall that day. Come
send Rachel off with thanks for her ministry here and prayers
for a wonderful ministry going forward with her new church
family.
If you are a Thrivent member, you can direct where some of
Thrivent’s charitable outreach funds go through Thrivent
Choice Dollars. We hope you will consider directing your
Choice Dollars this year to Minnetonka Lutheran Church,
which is enrolled as an eligible recipient. We would like to
use this funding to support our 2015 Youth Mission Trip. To
learn more about Thrivent Choice, please:
 Visit Thrivent.com/thriventchoice.
 Call Thrivent at 800-847-4836, and say “Thrivent Choice”
when prompted.
 Contact your local Thrivent Financial Representative
The Last Supper
The final Wednesday supper for the program year will be a
barbeque on May 6 beginning at 6:00. Join Us!
Thank You!
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Recipe for an Egg-cellent day!
20 enthusiastic children
1 Easter Bunny
1 Easter story
1 "Jesus Loves Me"
1500 Easter eggs
A whole lot of "Son Shine"
Mix them all together and you have a fantastic Celebration!
Thank you to all who stuffed all those eggs!! Our Egg Hunt
was a great success!
Women’s Book Group
We are reading Lila by Marilynne Robinson in preparation for
gathering on May 18 at 7:00 at the home of Diane Reishus,
17021 Creek Ridge Trail, Minnetonka, for our book discussion.
“Marilynne Robinson, one of the greatest novelists of our time,
returns to the town of Gilead in an unforgettable story of a
girlhood lived on the fringes of society in fear, awe, and
wonder.
Lila, homeless and alone after years of roaming the
countryside, steps inside a small-town Iowa church-the only
available shelter from the rain-and ignites a romance and a
debate that will reshape her life. She becomes the wife of a
minister, John Ames, and begins a new existence while trying
to make sense of the life that preceded her newfound security.
Neglected as a toddler, Lila was rescued by Doll, a canny
young drifter, and brought up by her in a hardscrabble
childhood. Together they crafted a life on the run, living hand
to mouth with nothing but their sisterly bond and a ragged
blade to protect them. Despite bouts of petty violence and
moments of desperation, their shared life was laced with
moments of joy and love. When Lila arrives in Gilead, she
struggles to reconcile the life of her makeshift family and their
days of hardship with the
gentle Christian worldview of
her husband which
paradoxically judges those she
loves.
Revisiting the beloved
characters and setting of
Robinson's Pulitzer Prizewinning Gilead and Home, a
National Book Award finalist,
Lila is a moving expression of
the mysteries of existence
that is destined to become an
American classic.”
All are welcome—even men.
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Children, Youth and Family Ministries
Farewell, Rachel!
On Sunday, April 26, we bid a fond farewell to Rachel Coen-Tuff, our energetic & effervescent Children,
Youth and Family Intern Director from Luther Seminary. We are grateful for her leadership over the
last 20 months in Sunday School, Confirmation and High School ministry. Below is just a small
sampling of pictures reflecting the breadth of her ministry at MLC. We will miss you, Rachel! God bless
you in your new CYF ministry position in Fargo, ND!
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9th Grade Confirmation Retreat
Important Events
@ a glance:
On Sunday, April 19, our 9th grade youth and their
families “retreated” to The Farm, along with Pastor
Bob, Rachel Coen-Tuff and Susan Bronken, where
they shared a meal and made final preparations for
their Confirmation on Sunday, May 17 at the 9:00
service. Please keep them in your prayers! Pictured
(left to right): Cole Voigt, Wyatt Nelson & Nick
Lowden.
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RachelCoen-Tuff Farewell
1st Communion Class
5.3
1st Communion
Youth Serve Lunch at
Annual Mtg
Affirmation of Baptism
Service will be May 17 at the 9:00am worship service, followed by a reception in
Friendship Hall. We will have rehearsal and
dinner on May 13 beginning at 6:00pm.
5.6
Last Confirmatiion Class
First Communion
Maija Kangas and Amanda Barnes will be participating in their 1st Communion on May
3rd at the 9:00 service. Please keep these young ladies and their families in your
prayers as they prepare for this significant faith milestone. 1st Communion Preparation class is scheduled for April 26 following the 10:45 service.
HS Graduate Recognition
Graduate Recognition is Sunday, MAY 31
the graduating seniors will be recognized
during the church service and there will be
a cake reception following worship in their honor. Congrats grads! Hailey Becker, Payton Bailey-Ede, Maddy
Garrison, Jack Hambor, Carissa Hilgers, Maddy Lattery,
Georgie Lowden, Whitney Nelson, and Marie Olson.
May 2015
Sunday School Singing!
The Sunday School youth will be singing
on Mother’s Day, May 11 at the end of the
1st service and the beginning of the 2nd
service. Please remember to invite Grandparents to this service! We will
also be presenting all mothers
with a gift! See you there.
2015 High School Mission Trip Update
Thank you for the continuing support for our High School Mission trip to the 2015
ELCA Youth Gathering in Detroit. We are so grateful to have Kathryn Schmidt ,
Pastor Bob & Anne Deuring as our chaperones this year! We have had terrific
response to our fundraising efforts, with only $700 left to raise in order to meet
our goal. It doesn’t look like we will need to pull out the flamingos this year!
As an additional fundraiser, the youth will be serving the lunch at our May 3 Continuance of Annual Meeting. We promise you will be well fed and have lots of sustaining energy for
the meeting!
5.10
SS Children Sing &
Mother’s Day
5.13
Confirmation Rehearsal
5.17
Confirmation Sunday
Last day of Sunday School
5.31
High School
Graduate Recognition
6.15 – 6.19
Camp Vertical VBS
7.14 - 7.19
National Youth Gathering
in Detroit
Camp Vertical VBS 2015
CAMP VERTICAL 2015 is scheduled for June 15-18, with registration forms available at the visitors desk or online at
www.mtkalutheran.org. CAMP VERTICAL is an awesome adventure through which students experience what it
means to be the hands and feet of Christ. Daily service and recreation activities will serve as our “classroom” for
exploring what the Bible has to say about Christian discipleship. We will learn about servants in the Bible as we
practice being joyful servants ourselves. The program will run from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. COST: $85 (includes a VBS
T-shirt).
For current 3-year-olds through Kindergarten, CAMP VERTICAL is a half day jam packed with Bible stories, games,
crafts, age-appropriate service projects, and more. The program will run from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. Cost: $40
(includes a VBS T-shirt). Scholarships available. Speak to Pastor Bob.
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Mission Partnership Opportunities
M.M.M. Good!
Did you know
Introducing…Member Care Meal Ministry…it’s M.M.M. Good!
Are you interested in supporting fellow MLC members through
meal ministry?
Free community meals are provided at local area churches
each week? No reservations are necessary and all are
welcome.
The Member Care team is seeking caring souls who are willing
to provide an occasional meal as needed for members who are
recovering from surgery, illness, have experienced loss,
financial hardship or are going through other unexpected life
situations.
Monday & Tuesday:
We are working towards developing a regular rotation of meal
provision to those who would be uplifted by this support. We
would love to have you join us as we minister to our church
family. Meals need not be gourmet!
3rd Thursday
Wednesday:
1st Thursday
Last Thursday
3rd Saturday
Please contact Heidi Peterson to be added to our list of
providers or for more information.
4th Saturday
Thank you for helping us be the hands and feet of Christ!
St Gabriel's 5:30-6:30
1310 Mainstreet, Hopkins
Grace Lutheran 5:30-6:30
18360 Mtka. Blvd., Deephaven
Mtka Methodist Church 5:30-6:30
17661 Lake St Ext. 5:30-6:30
Faith Church 5:30-6:30
12007 Lake St. Ext
Mt. Calvary Lutheran 5:30-6:30
301 Co. Rd. 19, Excelsior
Excelsior Methodist 9-10:30
881 Third Ave, Excelsior
Gethsemane Lutheran 11:30-1
715 Mtka Mills Rd., Hopkins
Pass the word along to anyone you think might be interested.
Heidi Peterson, Member Care Team Leader
952-936-9670 (h) | 612-990-0427 (c) | [email protected]omcast.net
Did you also notice some meal gaps?
Would MLC be able to fill in?
ICA
A HUGE thank you to all who participated the the MN Food
Share drive in March. Your generosity and compassion
resulted in a gift of over $1000 and 106 pounds of food. You
provided meals for many of our neighbors in need.
A good day starts with breakfast! A bowl of cereal (the kind
without too much sugar) is one way to get that good start.
And so CEREAL is the Food of the Month for May. You may
leave your donation in the basket by the entry door or in the
box in the hall. And please don't forget to bring your extra
paper grocery bags.
Families Moving Forward
A Call For Volunteers
A HUGE THANK YOU to all of the wonderful volunteers!! We
couldn’t do this without you. We were delighted to have some
new faces among the volunteers this round. Special thanks to
our set up and take down crew, our grocery shopper Linda
Peterson, our recruiter Sue Hlavac, and Sue Hanus on laundry
duty .
Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital is looking for volunteers to
serve in a variety of services in the hospital as well as
surrounding clinics. They are especially looking for volunteers
willing to commit to four hours a week for 6 months. To
volunteer or for more information, you may contact Amy
Homstad, Manager, Volunteer Services, 952-993-5086.
We had four families the first week: six adults and nine
children. The weather was perfect to play on th eplyaground
every day. Our families loved playing with the big kids!!
The second week we had three families: four adults and 11
children. Busy bunch, but again great volunteers! Thanks!
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Refresh MLC!
In an effort to make the MLC facilities a welcoming and
effective ministry tool, the Refresh Enhancement Team has
been busy interviewing and choosing an architectural firm
that can provide us with some renderings based on a list of
potential enhancements that could be included.
We are hopeful that we will have something concrete to
share by late May!
April Council Meeting Highlights
Nominations Ministry Team will have candidates to suggest
for election to open positions at our May 3 Continuation
Congregational Meeting.
Treasurer Jo Koenig reports income for the year to date,
$91,162.22, exceeds budget for the same period,
$86,750.00. Expenses for the year to date, $101,047.09,
also exceeded budget of $99,084.87, however.
Pastor Bob, Stu Deuring, and Gary Schmidt will attend
Minneapolis Area Synod Assembly next month, and Olivia
Olson will be our Youth Representative.
We’re looking forward to welcoming Nick Lowden, Cole Voigt
and Wyatt Nelson as confirmed members.
Council will select water-related Good Gifts for MLC’s firstquarter mission giving.
Consider Electronic Giving
Please know that the work of the church goes on all
summer, and your regular offerings are vital to our
ministries.
Many people enjoy the ease and convenience of fulfilling
their monthly financial obligations online—did you know that
you can set up your church offering the same way?
It is...
 Safe
 Secure
 Your Offering arrives faithfully, on time
Annual Meeting Continuation—
May 3, 2015
Try it out for a couple of months, if it doesn’t work for you,
it is easy to cancel.
The continuation of the Annual Meeting of Minnetonka
Lutheran will be on May 3, 2015 at 12:00 pm in Friendship
Hall, beginning with lunch (of course) prepared and served
by our youth as a Youth Gathering fundraiser.
Talk with John Winberg for more details, or call the church
office.
The Titanic was built by experts. The Ark was built by amateurs.
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Worship
Sunday Morning—Narrative Lectionary
May 3: Fifth Sunday of Easter (Annual Meeting Continuance Noon)
9:00am and 10:45am
Romans 1:1-17, Matthew 9:10-13
“At the Beginning Was… the Gospel!” St. Paul starts his communication of the Gospel with the Gospel
May 10: Sixth Sunday of Easter
Romans:1-11, Matthew 11:28-30
“J C… The ‘Means’ of Grace!” St. Paul shares what Jesus Christ means to us
9:00am and 10:45am
May 17: Seventh Sunday of Easter
9:00am (Confirmation) and 10:45am
Romans 6:1-14, Matthew 6:24
“Newness of Life… for the Baptized!” St. Paul gives encouragement beyond same old same old
May 24: Festival of Pentecost
9:30am (Summer Schedule begins)
Romans 8:18-39, Acts 2:1-4
“When We Are Weak… the Spirit Is Strong for Us!” St. Paul inspires hope with promising words of comfort
Summer Worship
Beginning May 24, Memorial Day weekend and continuing through Labor Day weekend we will worship at one service on
Sunday mornings at 9:30 am. The worship styles will rotate:
First Sunday: Contemporary
Second Sunday: Blended
Third Sunday: Traditional
Fourth Sunday: Blended
Fifth Sunday: Guest Musicians
Prayers Cried Out!
Healing Prayer Service
Sunday, May 24, 10:40 AM {after 9:30am Worship}
Library in Friendship Hall
Out of the depths I cry to you, O LORD. 2LORD, hear my voice!
Let your ears be attentive to the voice of my supplications!
Psalm 130:1-2
Crying out in affliction? Crying out for hope… Crying out for encouragement in isolation? God cares and
still offers healing. Whether for you or someone you care for…prayer in Jesus’ Name and the power of the
Spirit may yield the answers to your cries. Healing Prayer Service takes place monthly at MLC, capturing
the power of God to console and comfort, refresh and strengthen. Claim the blessings and power of prayer
in Jesus’ Name with the advantages of caring prayer warriors sharing burdens and celebrating joys.
Respectful, Confidential, Discrete, Non-invasive, and Sincere
Let your need and the urging of the Holy Spirit inspire you to come and capture the hope and blessings of
gathering and praying in the power of Jesus’ Name.
Member Care Healing Prayer Team
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May 2015
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
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2
9:00 AM
Friday Boys
3
ICA Emphasis Sunday
9:00 AM Traditional
Worship with HC / 1st
Communion
10:45 AM Contemporary
Worship
11:00 AM Great and
Mighty Ministries in Youth
Room
12:00 PM Annual Meeting
Continuation
4
7:30 AM
Men's Bible
Study
7:00 PM Boy
Scout Parent
Meeting
5
9:00 AM Quilting Group
9:30 AM Al-Anon
Meeting
6:00 PM Scout Parent
Meeting
6:30 PM Forward XIX AA
6:30 PM Handbell
Rehearsal
7:00 PM Scout Troop
426 - Activity Rm
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9:30 AM Wednesday
Morning Bible Study
1:30 PM Staff Meeting
6:00 PM Final Wednesday
Night supper—BBQ.
6:30 PM Confirmation Class
6:45 PM Chancel Choir
Rehearsal
7:00 PM Rescue from
Shipwreck - AA
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9:00 AM Al - Anon
12:00 PM Painting
Group
5:30 PM Worship
Team Meeting
6:00 PM Edgy
Waters Rehearsal
6:30 PM Tiger Cubs
in Activity Room
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9:00 AM
Friday Boys
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Mother's Day and Sunday
School Choir
9:00 AM Traditional
Worship
10:45 AM Contemporary
Worship w/ HC
11:00 AM Great and
Mighty Ministries in Youth
Room
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Newsletter
Deadline
7:30 AM
Men's Bible
Study
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9:30 AM Al-Anon
Meeting
9:30 AM Hannah Cirlce
Nancy Sorebo Host
4:15 PM CMTMT Mtg
5:30 PM Witness Team
Meeting—Conference Rm
6:30 PM Forward XIX AA
6:30 PM Handbell
Rehearsal
7:00 PM Scout Troop
426 - Activity Rm
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9:30 AM Wednesday
Morning Bible Study
1:30 PM Staff Meeting
6:00 PM Confirmation
Rehearsal
6:30 PM Confirmation
6:45 PM Chancel Choir
Rehearsal
7:00 PM Rescue from
Shipwreck - AA
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9:00 AM Al - Anon
9:00 AM
1:30 PM Naomi Circle Friday Boys
- Ephame Dehn Host
6:00 PM Edgy
Waters Rehearsal
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9:00 AM Traditional
Worship with HC /
Affirmation of Baptism
10:45 AM Contemporary
Worship
11:00 AM Great and
Mighty Ministries in Youth
Room
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Newsletter
deadline
7:30 AM
Men's Bible
Study
7:00 PM MLC
Book Group,
Diane Reishus
host
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9:00 AM Quilting Group
9:30 AM Al-Anon
Meeting
6:30 PM Forward XIX AA
6:30 PM Handbell
Rehearsal
7:00 PM Scout Troop
426 - Activity Rm
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9:30 AM Wednesday
Morning Bible Study
1:30 PM Staff Meeting
7:00 PM Rescue from
Shipwreck - AA
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9:00 AM Al - Anon
6:00 PM Den 3 in
Youth Room
6:00 PM Edgy
Waters Rehearsal
6:30 PM Pack 426 in
Activity Room
7:00 PM Council Mtg
- Conference Room
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9:00 AM
Friday Boys
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9:30 AM Worship
11:00 AM Great and
Mighty Ministries in Youth
Room
12:00 PM Healing Service
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Memorial
Day—Office
closed
7:30 AM
Men's Bible
Study
26
9:30 AM Al-Anon
Meeting
6:30 PM Forward XIX AA
6:30 PM Handbell
Rehearsal
7:00 PM Scout Troop
426 - Activity Rm
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Newsletter Assembly
9:30 AM Wednesday
Morning Bible Study
1:30 PM Staff Meeting
7:00 PM Rescue from
Shipwreck - AA
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9:00 AM Al - Anon
6:00 PM Edgy
Waters Rehearsal
6:30 PM Pack 426 in
Activity Room
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9:00 AM
Friday Boys
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9:30 AM Worship and HS
Graduate Recognition
11:00 AM Great and
Mighty Ministries in Youth
Room
1:00 PM Helen Neuman
Birthday Recognition
1
7:30 AM
Men's Bible
Study
7:00 PM Boy
Scout Parent
Meeting
2
9:00 AM Quilting Group
9:30 AM Al-Anon Mtg
6:00 PM Scout Parent
Meeting
6:30 PM Forward XIX AA
6:30 PM Handbell
Rehearsal
7:00 PM Scout Troop
426 - Activity Rm
3
9:30 AM Wednesday
Morning Bible Study
1:30 PM Staff Meeting
7:00 PM Rescue from
Shipwreck - AA
4
9:00 AM Al - Anon
12:00 PM Painting
Group
5:30 PM Worship
Team Meeting
6:00 PM Edgy
Waters Rehearsal
6:30 PM Tiger Cubs
in Activity Room
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6
9:00 AM
Friday Boys
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16
9:00 AM
Fantastic
Prayer Shawl
Ministry
Minnetonka Lutheran Church
16023 Minnetonka Boulevard
Minnetonka, MN 55345
www.mtkalutheran.org
May 2015
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Inside
From the Pastor
page 3
News of the MLC Community
page 4
Children, Youth and Family
page 6
Mission Opportunities
page 8
April Council Highlights
page 9
May Worship Themes
page 10
Summer Worship
page 10
Healing Service
page 10
May Calendar
page 11
www.mtkalutheran.
org
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