Sunday, January 27, 2019

Third Sunday After The Epiphany

 

   01-27-19 bulletin cover

                           St. Paul Lutheran Church

 

107 Tustin Road

 

Fremont, WI  54940

 

Church Office: (920) 446-3251

 

www.stpaulfremont.org

 


email – stpaulfremont@centurytel.net

 


Pastor Stephen Pope            Home: (920) 993-9241

 

Welcome to St. Paul’s Lutheran of Fremont, WI.  To our visitors we are glad you have gathered together with us in the name of the Triune God, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, on this day of rest and refreshment in His Word.  Please take a moment to sign our guest register and pick up one of our burgundy colored “Welcome Home” folders.  Please come and worship with us again.                  

 

As We Gather - 

It’s easy to take for granted something that happens every time we gather in the Lord’s house and around His Means of Grace. It’s easy to lose sight of the fact that, whenever we worship in Spirit and in truth, Jesus Himself is present. As He did in the ancient Nazareth synagogue among His own family and friends, Jesus stands in our midst, opening the Scriptures to us, and showing us how He has come to fulfill them for our salvation. More than just speaking the Word, Jesus is the Word made flesh! Today, in our hearing, Jesus comes anew with God’s favor for us. Let us gladly receive Him!

 

Scripture Readings

Old Testament          Nehemiah 8:1–3, 5–6, 8–10 (The people gather as one to hear God’s

         Word.)

Epistle                        1 Corinthians 12:12–31a (In Christ, we are one Body with many

     members.)

Holy Gospel             Luke 4:16–30  (Jesus reads and fulfills God’s Word in His

hometown synagogue.)

 

7:45 Hymns – 398 vs. 1-3, 839, 523 vs. 1&3

 

Serving The Lord

**Ushers & Greeters are reminded to please wear your name tags.

 

January 27

Greeters 1st – Jim & Lauri Struck   2nd – Tony & Sheri Boettcher Family

Ushers   1st – Jim & Lauri Struck, Christ & Pat Brogaard

               2nd – Tony & Sheri Boettcher, Terry Block, Doug Ehrenberg

 

 

February 3 & 10

Greeters 1st – Lora & Matt Voigt           2nd – Greg & Mary Ann Oehlke

Ushers     1st – Eric & Michelle Berndt, Steve Oehlke, Roy Toepke

              2nd – Greg Oehlke, Brian Oehlke, Bill & Candace Mitchell

 

 

February 17 & 24

Greeters 1st – Gerry & Dawn Harris      2nd – Kevin & Barb Miller

Ushers   1st – Gerry & Dawn Harris, Glenn Pomrening, Darnell Burow

             2nd – Kevin Miller, Seth Miller, Paul & Karen Hartrick

 

Acolytes

January 27           1st – Cooper Kester         2nd – Landen Berrens

February 3           1st – Ian Liebel                2nd – Mackenzie Hansen

February 10           1st – Kahli Weisshahn     2nd – Reilly Claassen

February 17           1st – Colton Connor         2nd – Luke Ehrenberg

February 24           1st – Connor Delwiche     2nd – Madison Hansen

 

Catechism Parent Volunteers

January 30 – Angie Hansen

February 6   – Susan Hansen

February 13 – Corey/Tammy Baehnman

February 20 – Val Liebl

February 27 – Angie Hansen

 

 

This Week at St. Paul’s:

Wednesday         –   10:30AM Bible Study

–     6:30PM Catechism

 

Annual Meeting Today – In between services this morning at 9:15AM, the Annual Meeting of our congregation will be held in the Bible Class Room. Annual Reports for 2018 will be handed out as well. Please come and hear about the work that with God’s blessing we are carrying out together as God’s people.

 

Winter Book Festival Books Are In – “Grace Upon Grace: Spirituality For Today” has arrived and you can pick up a copy for $16.00 at the Scrip desk. You can begin reading the book and discussion for the book will begin during the Education Hour (9:30-10:30AM) during the Sundays in February. Come with your questions and comments as we discuss this book!

 

February Is Food Pantry Month –February is St. Paul’s month to remember the needs of our community through the Weymont Food Pantry. The silver box is out in the fellowship area ready to receive your gifts of non-perishable items. We will again publish the pounds of food that we gathered during the month. Let’s exceed last year’s collection.

 

 

Chili Donations Needed – Donations are needed for the Winter Chili Lunch & Pie/Cake Raffle. You can help our Catechism and Youth Group by donating the items that are posted on the sign-up sheet by the Scrip desk.

 

St Paul Winter Chili Lunch – The St. Paul Winter Chili Lunch is scheduled for February 10, 2019 immediately following late service (11:30AM). There will be a Pie/Cake Raffle held to benefit our St. Paul Youth Program as well as a delicious bowl of warm chili with the fixings. Come and enjoy an early afternoon of good food and fellowship!

 

Membership Photos – Beginning on Sunday, February 10, 2019 (Winter Chili Lunch Sunday); the Stewardship/Evangelism Committee will be taking informal pictures of the families of our congregation for our St. Paul Lutheran Membership Board. While you may not like having your photograph taken; this helps all the members of St. Paul to get better acquainted with one another by means of this program. With two services, we don’t know all the people who come to church here at St. Paul’s. Your help, your co-operation as well as encouragement in getting the word out to others members is greatly appreciated!

 

Keep Safe – With the winter weather underway, snow and salt will be coming into the building. Please take the time to stamp your feet as you come into the building. This will help to curtail moisture on the stairs and other surfaces. Please feel free to use the elevator.

 

New Bible Study For Wednesday Morning Bible Class – Beginning this coming Wednesday, January 30, 2019 (10:30-Noon), the Midweek Bible Class will begin a study of the Old Testament Book of Ecclesiastes. This book examines the worries, fears, and anxieties that we all have as we live day to day. The author of the book is Solomon, the man whom the Lord blessed with great wisdom. Come and learn about life from this King of Israel who in his own words, “denied himself nothing”. And yet as he lived the kind of life that many dream of living, he came to the conclusion that the only life worth living is the life that we have in Christ the Savior. Study notes and guides will be distributed at each session. There is no book to purchase. Come and join us each Wednesday!

 

Altar Flowers - If you have an anniversary, birthday or other occasion happening in your family in 2019 why not make the occasion memorable by placing flowers on the altar at church? The 2019 Flower Calendar is up on the bulletin board in the main fellowship area, where you can sign up. If you don’t want to sign up but would like to make a donation to the Flower Fund, please indicate your donation on your contribution envelope. If you need some help with getting flowers, please contact Mary Ann Oehlke(920-572-4207). She will be happy to help you.

It’s easy to take for granted something that happens every time we gather in the Lord’s house and around His Means of Grace. It’s easy to lose sight of the fact that, whenever we worship in Spirit and in truth, Jesus Himself is present. As He did in the ancient Nazareth synagogue among His own family and friends, Jesus stands in our midst, opening the Scriptures to us, and showing us how He has come to fulfill them for our salvation. More than just speaking the Word, Jesus is the Word made flesh! Today, in our hearing, Jesus comes anew with God’s favor for us. Let us gladly receive Him!

 

Scripture Readings

Old Testament          Nehemiah 8:1–3, 5–6, 8–10 (The people gather as one to hear God’s

         Word.)

Epistle                        1 Corinthians 12:12–31a (In Christ, we are one Body with many

     members.)

Holy Gospel             Luke 4:16–30  (Jesus reads and fulfills God’s Word in His

hometown synagogue.)

 

7:45 Hymns – 398 vs. 1-3, 839, 523 vs. 1&3

 

Serving The Lord

**Ushers & Greeters are reminded to please wear your name tags.

 

January 27

Greeters 1st – Jim & Lauri Struck   2nd – Tony & Sheri Boettcher Family

Ushers   1st – Jim & Lauri Struck, Christ & Pat Brogaard

               2nd – Tony & Sheri Boettcher, Terry Block, Doug Ehrenberg

 

 

February 3 & 10

Greeters 1st – Lora & Matt Voigt           2nd – Greg & Mary Ann Oehlke

Ushers     1st – Eric & Michelle Berndt, Steve Oehlke, Roy Toepke

              2nd – Greg Oehlke, Brian Oehlke, Bill & Candace Mitchell

 

 

February 17 & 24

Greeters 1st – Gerry & Dawn Harris      2nd – Kevin & Barb Miller

Ushers   1st – Gerry & Dawn Harris, Glenn Pomrening, Darnell Burow

             2nd – Kevin Miller, Seth Miller, Paul & Karen Hartrick

 

Acolytes

January 27           1st – Cooper Kester         2nd – Landen Berrens

February 3           1st – Ian Liebel                2nd – Mackenzie Hansen

February 10           1st – Kahli Weisshahn     2nd – Reilly Claassen

February 17           1st – Colton Connor         2nd – Luke Ehrenberg

February 24           1st – Connor Delwiche     2nd – Madison Hansen

 

Catechism Parent Volunteers

January 30 – Angie Hansen

February 6   – Susan Hansen

February 13 – Corey/Tammy Baehnman

February 20 – Val Liebl

February 27 – Angie Hansen

 

 

This Week at St. Paul’s:

Wednesday         –   10:30AM Bible Study

–     6:30PM Catechism

 

Annual Meeting Today – In between services this morning at 9:15AM, the Annual Meeting of our congregation will be held in the Bible Class Room. Annual Reports for 2018 will be handed out as well. Please come and hear about the work that with God’s blessing we are carrying out together as God’s people.

 

Winter Book Festival Books Are In – “Grace Upon Grace: Spirituality For Today” has arrived and you can pick up a copy for $16.00 at the Scrip desk. You can begin reading the book and discussion for the book will begin during the Education Hour (9:30-10:30AM) during the Sundays in February. Come with your questions and comments as we discuss this book!

 

February Is Food Pantry Month –February is St. Paul’s month to remember the needs of our community through the Weymont Food Pantry. The silver box is out in the fellowship area ready to receive your gifts of non-perishable items. We will again publish the pounds of food that we gathered during the month. Let’s exceed last year’s collection.

 

 

Chili Donations Needed – Donations are needed for the Winter Chili Lunch & Pie/Cake Raffle. You can help our Catechism and Youth Group by donating the items that are posted on the sign-up sheet by the Scrip desk.

 

St Paul Winter Chili Lunch – The St. Paul Winter Chili Lunch is scheduled for February 10, 2019 immediately following late service (11:30AM). There will be a Pie/Cake Raffle held to benefit our St. Paul Youth Program as well as a delicious bowl of warm chili with the fixings. Come and enjoy an early afternoon of good food and fellowship!

 

Membership Photos – Beginning on Sunday, February 10, 2019 (Winter Chili Lunch Sunday); the Stewardship/Evangelism Committee will be taking informal pictures of the families of our congregation for our St. Paul Lutheran Membership Board. While you may not like having your photograph taken; this helps all the members of St. Paul to get better acquainted with one another by means of this program. With two services, we don’t know all the people who come to church here at St. Paul’s. Your help, your co-operation as well as encouragement in getting the word out to others members is greatly appreciated!

 

Keep Safe – With the winter weather underway, snow and salt will be coming into the building. Please take the time to stamp your feet as you come into the building. This will help to curtail moisture on the stairs and other surfaces. Please feel free to use the elevator.

 

New Bible Study For Wednesday Morning Bible Class – Beginning this coming Wednesday, January 30, 2019 (10:30-Noon), the Midweek Bible Class will begin a study of the Old Testament Book of Ecclesiastes. This book examines the worries, fears, and anxieties that we all have as we live day to day. The author of the book is Solomon, the man whom the Lord blessed with great wisdom. Come and learn about life from this King of Israel who in his own words, “denied himself nothing”. And yet as he lived the kind of life that many dream of living, he came to the conclusion that the only life worth living is the life that we have in Christ the Savior. Study notes and guides will be distributed at each session. There is no book to purchase. Come and join us each Wednesday!

 

Altar Flowers - If you have an anniversary, birthday or other occasion happening in your family in 2019 why not make the occasion memorable by placing flowers on the altar at church? The 2019 Flower Calendar is up on the bulletin board in the main fellowship area, where you can sign up. If you don’t want to sign up but would like to make a donation to the Flower Fund, please indicate your donation on your contribution envelope. If you need some help with getting flowers, please contact Mary Ann Oehlke(920-572-4207). She will be happy to help you.


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