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  • 1. OUR SAVIOUR LUTHERAN CHURCH–Weekend of May 31, 2009 120 S Henry St., Green Bay, Wisconsin 54302 Web: www.oslc-gb.org OUR SAVIOUR CONTACT INFORMATION Michelle Burhite, Church info@oslc- 468-4065/Fax: 468-5757 Office gb.org 465-8118/Emergency cell: dave@oslc- Dave Hatch, Sr Pastor 609-0248 gb.org Greg Hovland, Assoc greg@oslc- Cell: 609-0917 Pastor gb.org Christina Scholz, Preschool christina@oslc- 468-3590 Director gb.org GIVING REPORT – MAY 24, 2009 WE ALWAYS PRAISE THE LORD! (Our current approved budget calls for $10,545.77 per week) Total gifts last week $5,121.90 WHO’S ON DECK THIS WEEK Altar Guild for May: Gay Pivonka The Eternal Flame for May is provided by Mary Zirbel in memory of her husband, Allen, and her sons, Gerald and Thomas. DAY DATE TIME ORGANIST USHER ELDER ACOLYTE READER Thu May 12:15 n/a 28 pm n/a n/a n/a n/a Thu May 7:00 Bitters n/a 28 pm Judy O C Arthur A Peters Sun May 7:45 Siech B C Polzin 31 am Loren T M Morgan Rutherford Sun May 9:15 R Vande Juhnke G 31 am Band Hei L Sipple Endries Sun May 10:45 G Rusch N R 31 am Loren T Buechner Treadway Ryman WHAT’S UP THIS WEEK AT OUR SAVIOUR Monday (6/1) 5:30 pm Youth Board, Youth Room Tuesday (6/2) 7:00 am Bible Study, Parlor 9:00 am Bible Study, Classroom #1 Wednesday (6/3) 6:00 pm Praise Band Practice, Sanctuary 7:00 pm Personnel & Finance, Conference Room Thursday (6/4) 8:00 am Youth Bike Repair, Garage (until noon) 12:15 pm Brown Bag Worship, Parlor 12:45 pm Staff Meeting, Conference Room 7:00 pm Traditional Worship, Sanctuary Sunday (6/7) 7:45 am Traditional Worship, Sanctuary 8:45 am Revelation Bible Study, Conference Room 9:15 am Praise Worship, Sanctuary 9:35 am Pilgrim’s Progress, Parlor 10:25 am Youth Bible Study, Youth Room 10:35 am Pilgrim’s Progress, Parlor 10:45 am Traditional Worship, Sanctuary 6:45 pm Softball, John Muir Park YOU’RE NOT A STRANGER HERE – We welcome all visitors and friends for our regular worship services on Thursday (12:15 pm and 7 pm, Traditional) and Sunday (7:45 am and 10:45 am Traditional; 9:15 am Praise). These service times will continue through the summer. Please let us know you were here; fill out the Fellowship Pad (it’s in the pew rack) with today’s date, name, address, phone #, etc. WHAT ABOUT THE CHILDREN? – Children’s Worship bulletins are available in the Narthex. The cry room is just off the Narthex behind the sound board; please
  • 2. ask an usher if you need assistance. Please ask your children to not use the Rite of Fellowship pads and Communion cards for scribbling or drawing. Take a few extra children’s bulletins if needed by your child during service. PRESCHOOL – Thanks and praise to God, our 3- and 4-year-old Preschool programs are filled; waiting lists have been started. To be placed on the waiting list, please call Michelle in the office at 468-4065. An afternoon class may be started if we see enough interest. FIX ‘EM UP AND SELL EM?! – Do you have a bike (or 2 or 3) that your kids no longer use? The youth are collecting used bikes to restore and sell to help raise funds for the National Youth Gathering next summer. You may be able to claim the value of your donation(s) on your 2009 taxes! Call Michelle at 468-4065. PLAY BALL #2! – We hope and pray the week off has given strength and healing to our team. Cheerleaders are welcome to bring their voices, chairs, snacks, etc. tonight (Sunday, May 31) at 6:45 pm for another great game and fellowship. - Coach Dash START AT THE BEGINNING – The Youth group will meet today in the Youth Room after the 9:15 am worship service to discuss common questions that people have about what is written about creation and the Flood of Genesis. There are just a few more weeks. For more info, contact Pastor Greg. Snacks provided! PEEK-A-BOOK – Have you seen any stray books in your house? Mixed up with school stuff or DVD's? Under the couch? In the fridge? Please bring back to OSLC Library so others can read them, too; they’ve been gone more than 4 months after being checked out just once! Author Melody Carlson: DARK BLUE, TORCH RED, DEEP GREEN, PITCH BLACK and TASTE BERRIES FOR TEENS. Please return, no questions asked! LISTEN UP! – The church’s new website NOW HAS sermons online, accessible from anywhere in the world, 24-7 thanks to YOU!! Tell your friends, bookmark the link and listen to the sermon if you miss church. Sermons will be ready by the Monday AFTER the service. BIBLE STUDY SCHEDULE CHANGE – Due to scheduling issues, there will be no Pastor-led Adult Bible Class today, Sunday, May 31. The Revelation and Youth Bible studies will be held as usual. SCRIP VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – More volunteers are needed to sell scrip on Sunday mornings. Selling and collecting money is all that's involved. Call Julie Richter at 339-9984 or email her at julier@new.rr.com. SCRIP REMINDER – Kwik Trip is paying us 20% from now until mid August on all scrip sold. SCRIP cards from Kwik Trip can be used at the pump or in the store and have no expiration date. VBS DEADLINE EXTENDED – Does your child plan to attend this year’s Vacation Bible School (June 29-July 2)? If so, please complete a registration form ASAP and place in the basket by the Welcome Center. MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW! – Saturday, July 11, 2009 from 9-2pm @ In Competition Sports Parking Lot - Tent sale galore! Bike gear (new and gently used for your whole family). You'll find clothing bargains for running, biking, trik-ing and x-c skiing. We'll grill the brats and burgers, come out and enjoy the picnic and find the steals and deals! He who kneels before God can stand before anyone. THE TREASURE STORY - The old saying is ‘One man’s junk is another man’s treasure.” Thank you to those of you with ‘junk’ that became the ‘treasure’ of others during our annual ‘Kids Only Rummage Sale’ held on
  • 3. Saturday, May 9, 2009. The total profit from item sales as well as fresh baked cinnamon rolls was $871. CAN YOU SPONSOR A STUDENT? – Many students who want to attend NEW Lutheran High School in the fall do not have the financial resources to do so. We are looking for volunteers who might be interested in sponsoring a student or a portion of a student's tuition. If you are interested, please contact Paul Steinhaus at 469-6810 or e-mail him at gblhsvball@gmail.com. THRIVENT BUILDS WITH HABITAT FOR HUMANITY – This year’s first build is at 918 S. Chestnut Street. Our Saviour is signed up to work on Saturday, June 27. Ten workers are needed from 8am to 4pm. All participants must sign a waiver (and a volunteer form if they did not help last year). Both forms are available in the Narthex and must be turned in at least 1 week prior to the build date. Please contact Walter Juhnke at 362-3396 if you have any questions. The sign up sheets will also be in the narthex. Help Wanted: We have part-time/full-time openings in Praise Band. DRUMMER, ELECTRIC/ACOUSTIC GUITARIST, MALE VOCALIST Convenient hours! Great benefits! Some musical experience required. Call Kathy West at 465-0704 to learn how to join our exciting music worship team! DIAL 2-1-1 - Need Help? 2-1-1 is a free and confidential information and referral service provided by Brown County United Way. Find where to get help including food banks, shelters, crisis intervention, transportation, job training, support groups, after-school programs, volunteer and donation opportunities, etc. 2-1-1 is available 24/7/365. Or go to www.get211.org or call toll-free at 1-877-200-4956. WE ARE AN ASSOCIATION CHURCH – Our Saviour Lutheran joyfully shares the ministry of Green Bay Trinity Lutheran School (housed at OSLC). Phone: 655-4673 / www.greenbaytrinity.org / Ken Baumann, Principal AND N.E.W. Lutheran High School (1311 S. Robinson). Phone: 469-6810 / www.newlhs.com CHECK OUT THE BLAZER BUZZ – Pick up a copy of this month’s Blazer Buzz at the Welcome Center. DISTRICT FAMILY DAY AT NOAH’S ARK! – On June 22, join North WI District members of all ages for fun, food and WATER at Noah’s Ark. Price includes a Noah’s Ark unlimited pass, lunch, soda all day and prizes. $26 ages 13 and up; $23 for 3-12. Registration forms at www.campluther.com or call 1-877-264-2267. CAMP LUTHER GOLF CHALLENGE – Head to Rhinelander’s Northwoods Golf Club on June 12 for great golf and raising funds to reduce the mortgage. See more about this fun way to support Camp Luther at www.campluther.com or call 1-877-264-2267. MAKE A DIFFERENCE! – How? Provide an item worth $50 or more for the “Every Kid To Camp” auction on September 12, 2009, in Wausau. All money raised will go for scholarships to send kids to Camp Luther for free. Our purpose is to help kids build a strong foundation of faith in Jesus Christ. Call Lee Belmus at 1-800-333-2424, x16 if you have an auction item or to make a donation. Be looking for your invitation to attend. UPCOMING RUMMAGE SALE – You are welcome to attend the St Philip the Apostle Parish Rummage Sale. Dates and times are: Friday, June 12 and Saturday, June 13 from 8am-5pm; June 14 from 8am-3pm. St Philip is located at the corner of Crooks and Victoria Streets. Questions? Call 468-7848.
  • 4. LIFE QUOTE – “Did you know there was another ‘mother’s day’ in May? The Visitation falls on May 31. This day commemorates the visiting of two mothers, Mary and Elizabeth. Both experienced an ‘unplanned’ pregnancy. Both their babies were still in their wombs. Both trusted God in seemingly impossible situations. Mary had said, ‘Let it be to me according to your word’ (Luke 1:38) and Elizabeth also acknowledged God’s presence in her pregnancy (Luke 1:25).” Rev. Dr. James I. Lamb, executive director of Lutherans For Life This “Life Quote” is from Lutherans for Life –www.lutheransforlife.org