Bulletin – Sunday
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Sunday morning worship service will be on KDOM radio at 9:00 am on channel 103.1FM or 1580 AM. You can also watch live stream of the service on our Facebook page.
Sunday Morning Worship Services will be at 9:00 am
BULLETINS & INTROITS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE EDUCATION WING DOOR EACH THURSDAY BY 1:00 PM
September Newsletter is now available
Alleluia. All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Alleluia. Matt. 28:18b
Prayer Before Service… We praise You, O Father, we acknowledge You to be the LORD. Receive us in this time in Your holy sanctuary by Your grace, that filled with our lives in Jesus we may grow in our worship, praise and honor of You all our days; through the same Jesus Christ, our Savior, and Lord. Amen.
***To assist in your preparation for the Lord’s Supper, you may turn to the “Christian Questions with their Answers” on page 329 in your hymnals.
Sunday, September 27, 2020
“Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost”
Opening Hymn LSB # 549 “All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name”
Divine Service IV page – 203
First Reading Ezekiel 18:1-4, 25-32
Epistle Philippians 12:1-4, 14-18
Gospel Matthew 21:23-27
Sermon Hymn LSB # 696 “O God, My Faithful God”
Sermon “Lights in a Crooked and Twisted Generation”
Distribution Hymn LSB # 623 “Lord Jesus Christ, We Humbly Pray”
Closing Hymn LSB # 704 “Renew Me, O Eternal Light”
Prayer at Closing… O Lord God, You desire for us sinners always and daily “a new heart and a new spirit (Ezekiel 18:31b).” Let Your spirit so work His work in us through Your transforming word that we may grow as Your humble, repentant servants; through Jesus Christ, Your Son, our Lord. Amen.
In Our Prayers . . . Anniversary… Vern & Ardoth Kraetsch, Tim & Karen Sell, Eric & Sarah Winters. Health… Ron Sampson, Verna Jans, Sharol Cree, Ron Peters, Jeff Post, Ron Sampson, Bryan Eigenberg, Trisha Oeltjenbruns, Pat Daly(Kim Kremmin brother in law), Wayne & Merridie Grams, Olive Volk, Peg Onken, Dan Heibult, Daniel Schroeder, Suz Schroeder, Bill Hanson, Amy Dekok, Otto Kremmin, Peggy Erickson, Al Reitmeier(Diane Vellema brother), Jan Techroew(Gladys Polzin daughter), Briggs Kremmin(Doug/Kim grandson).
KDOM Broadcast...Is sponsored by the Polzin Family, in honor of Gladys Polzin’s 95th birthday.
KDOM Broadcast Sunday Openings…The following Sunday KDOM Broadcast service are open for sponsorship; October 18. November 1, 8, & 22. Please call the church office at 831-3522 to sponsor a Sunday Broadcast. The cost is $65.00 per Sunday.
No Tuesday Morning Bible Class… On September 29th Pastor will be at a Circuit Visitor’s zoom meeting. We will resume on October 6th at 9:00 am in the fellowship hall. Bring your own Bible. We begin a study of Proverbs.
2021 Budgets…It’s that time again for budget planning for 2021. Please have these figures in soon so that they may be compiled and presented at the October Council Meeting and the October Voter’s meeting for approval.
LWML Fall Quarterlies & WOM’S…Are now available in the education wing entrance.
Confirmation Class…Will meet on Wed., September 30th from 3:30-5:00 pm.
Thursday Night Bible Class…Will meet on Thursday, October 1st at 6:00 pm.
Wednesday Evening Worship… If you feel more comfortable with a smaller group of congregational members or are gone on the weekends, please join us for our Wed. evening worship service at 6:30 pm.
Saturday Men’s Bible Breakfast… On October 3rd at 8:00 am.
Pastor Visits…If as far as you know you are healthy and I know I’m healthy I would love to visit homebound and others who may be staying home because of the coronavirus and bring God’s Word and Jesus΄ body and blood in the Sacrament to you. Call Diane at the church office to set up an appointment 831-3522.
Church & LWML Mite Offerings…You may mail them to the church or stop by the church office and drop them off. Mite boxes can be found in the upper narthex and by the pastor’s office door.
Meal Benefit for the family of Zach Hinrichs and Jessica Cowell…Plus their 4 children is on Wednesday, September 30th from 4:30-6:30 at Immanuel Lutheran Church and School in Lakefield. The family had a house fire on September 8th and are unable to be back in their house until the end of October. On the menu is BBQ on a Holly Bun, Hi-Lo Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Bag of Chips, and a Bar. A Freewill Donation will be accepted. All meals will need to be preordered by Monday, September 28th. Your order will then be delivered to your car at the time you choose on Wednesday, September 30th. Please park on the south side of Immanuel Lutheran Church at 604 Bush Street in Lakefield. You may call Amy in the church office at 507-662-5718 any time before then to place your order or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Financial Counters… The 3 head Treasurers will be counting the contribution money thru the summer months.
Quilt Room…Is now full! Please do not bring any more fabric or filler to the quilt room. Thank You!
Sonshine Preschool…Is looking for their donut maker that was in the kitchen. We hope to have it back by the time we do the letter “D”.
Faith in Action…Need help around your house, please call Larry Salzwedel at 831-0008 or Jim Vellema at 822-1226. Larry Salzwedel is now the chairman of the Faith in Action committee. If you can help deliver food from the food shelf, please call Larry Salzwedel or Jim Vellema.
Stewardship Reflections to the General Fund
Offering Needed Weekly $4432
Offered to the Lord 3856
Missions Needed Weekly 346
Mission Over/Under +159
Lutheran Hour… October 4 “Victory in Defeat” Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler. The thing about God is, He’s winning-even when it doesn’t look like He’s winning. Maybe, especially when it doesn’t look like He’s winning. Dr. Michael Zeigler begins a series of messages based on the book of Daniel that tells how God uses history as a vehicle to bring about His eternal kingdom. (Daniel: 1) Lutheran Hour is broadcast on Sundays on radio stations: WCCO 830 AM at 6:05 am/KDOM 103.1 FM/1580 AM at 10:00 am/KJWR 90.9 FM at 6:00 pm.
Lutherans for Life… September 27 “As Christians, we understand better than most that life is weighted with profound suffering and buoyed by eternal hope. As such, it’s time to raise our children to appreciate what a big, beautiful struggle parenthood is and that it simply cannot happen without offering compassion, love, and grace to children still in the womb and to the mothers and fathers who view the scales more filled with suffering than hope.” Tawnia Hoehne, Frazee, Minnesota.