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  • 1. OUR SAVIOUR LUTHERAN CHURCH - WEEKEND OF FEBRUARY 28, 2010 “We’re Open on Sundays!” 120 South Henry, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54302 Web: www.oslc-gb.org +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ OUR SAVIOUR CONTACT INFORMATION Michelle Burhite, Church Office 468-4065/Fax: 468-5757 info@oslc-gb.org Dave Hatch, Sr Pastor 465-8118/Emergency: 609-0248 dave@oslc-gb.org Greg Hovland, Assoc Pastor 544-3614 greg@oslc-gb.org Christina Scholz, Preschool Director 468-3590 christina@oslc-gb.org LAST WEEK’S GIVING REPORT (Our current approved budget calls for $10,680.53 per week) Total gifts last week $8,769.52 WHO’S ON DECK THIS WEEK Altar Guild for February: Joan Juhnke and Sharon Kucera The Eternal Flame for February is sponsored by Jerry and Cindy VanKauwenberg in memory of John VanKauwenberg. DAY DATE TIME ORGANIST USHER ELDER ACOLYTE READER Thur Feb 25 12:15 pm n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Thur Feb 25 7:00 pm Judy O P Kuehl Luepke N Musial n/a Sun Feb 28 7:45 am Judy O M Morgan Rusch A Pritchard C Polzin Cantwell Sun Feb 28 9:15 am Band D Bitters Williams B Richer K Meerstein Watt Sun Feb 28 10:45 am Judy O R Bruhn Bruhn L Rusch R Ryman WHAT’S UP THIS WEEK AT OUR SAVIOUR Sunday (2/28) 7:45 am Traditional Worship w/Holy Communion and Trinity Presentation, Sanctuary 8:30 am Cinnamon Roll Sunday, Gym (until 11:00 am) 9:15 am Praise Worship w/Holy Communion and Trinity Presentation, Sanctuary 9:30 am Sunday School (dismissed from service after Children’s Message) 9:30 am Bible Study, Parlor (8th Commandment) 10:30 am Bible Study, Parlor (8th Commandment) 10:45 am Traditional Worship w/Holy Communion and Trinity Presentation Sanctuary 2:00 pm Gym Rental 6:30 pm Open Gym Basketball (until 8:30 pm) Monday (3/1) 5:30 pm Youth Board Meeting, Youth Room 7:00 pm Elders Meeting, Conference Room 7:00 pm Sweet Monday, Parlor Tuesday (3/2) 7:00 am Bible Study, Parlor 9:00 am Bible Study, Classroom #1 12:00 pm Deadline for Announcement Sheet Blurbs 6:30 pm Marriage: Built to Last, Parlor 6:45 pm Cub Scouts, Classroom #1 7:00 pm Choir Practice, Sanctuary Wednesday (3/3) 3:30 pm Youth Night, Youth Room 6:00 pm Praise Band, Sanctuary 6:00 pm Confirmation Class, Classroom #1 and Fellowship Hall 7:00 pm Personnel & Finance, Conference Room Thursday (3/4) 12:15 pm Brown Bag Lenten Service, Parlor 12:45 pm Staff Meeting, Conference Room 5:00 pm Taste of Trinity Set Up, Gym 7:00 pm Lenten Service, Sanctuary Friday (3/5) All Day Trinity Teacher In-Service (No Classes) 4:30 pm Taste of Trinity, Gym Sunday (3/7) 7:45 am Traditional Worship w/NEWLHS Message, Sanctuary 9:15 am Praise Worship w/NEWLHS Message, Sanctuary 9:30 am Sunday School (dismissed from service after Children’s Message) 9:30 am Bible Study, Parlor (9th/10th Commandment) 10:30 am Bible Study, Parlor (9th/10th Commandment) 10:45 am Traditional Worship w/NEWLHS Message, Sanctuary 2:00 pm Gym Rental 6:30 pm Open Gym Basketball (until 8:30 pm) WE ‘HEART’ VISITORS – At Our Saviour, we always celebrate the love of God that brought Jesus to suffer and die for our sins so that we may have eternal life with Him. We ask visitors to please fill out the Fellowship Pad (it’s in the hymnal rack) with today’s date, your name, address, phone number, etc. Please come and worship with us again! CHILDREN WELCOME – The nursery and Sunday School are in session today. Toddlers to age 3 are welcome to the Nursery; children age 4 thru grade 6 are welcome to attend Sunday School (registration forms can be found in the office hallway). The nursery is located in the basement; SS children go to class after the Children’s Message. Childrens’ bulletins, for ages 3-6 and 7-12, can be found on the counter in the Narthex. For assistance, please talk to an usher.
  • 2. IT’S THE BEST! – Please stop in the gym from 8:30-11am for some freshly baked, delicious ‘Greg’s Famous’ cinnamon rolls and fellowship. Tables will be set up so grab a cup of coffee and head down the hallway…just follow the smell! PRESCHOOL’S READY – Come to the church office for a Registration Packet for the 2010-11 school year. Classes include a new MWF (8:30-11:30) program for 4- and 5-year-olds and a T-TH session for 3-year-olds from 8:30-10:30am. We hope to fill the T-TH morning session and also offer an afternoon class from 12:30-2:30pm (a minimum number of students are needed to run any class). If neighbors or friends are looking for a preschool, ask them to call 468-3596. SEE YOU ON THURSDAY! – During Lent, you are encouraged to attend worship on Sunday and again on Thursday for the special Lenten worship services held at 12:15 and 7pm. Lenten Devotions are available in the Narthex from LAMP. YOUTH NIGHT – For youth in grades 6-12…Please join us this week Wednesday beginning at 3:30 pm. A $3 donation is requested for a meal served around 5:15 pm. Grade 6 leaves at 6pm when grades 7 and 8 go to Confirmation. Grades 9-12 are welcome to stay until Confirmation ends at 7:30 pm. Questions? Ask Pastor Greg…greg@oslc-gb.org. God grades on the cross, not the curve. LWML – We're looking for more women interested in Lutheran Women in Mission (aka LWML.) If you've always wanted to be a missionary, pray for a missionary, or support missions here and all over the world, this is the perfect opportunity. Our next meeting will be Monday, March 8, at 7:00 in the parlor. Come and find out what we're all about. If you need childcare, tell Stephenie ASAP, and we'll see what we can do. Stephhov@hotmail.com or 264-8317. OPEN GYM AT OSLC! – Join members of OSLC and their friends for an evening of basketball. Open Gym will held on Sundays from 6:30pm until 8:30pm. Come as you are able! Questions can be directed to Denny Steinmann at 826-2007. SODA DONATIONS ACCEPTED – Cans of Coke and Pepsi products are again requested for the monthly Fish Fry. Regular, diet and caffeine-free (both regular and diet) are needed. All donations are appreciated. ST JOHN MINISTRY UPDATE – We are currently providing an evening meal to the guests at St John once a month. Those who have served in this ministry have gained as much as they have given – not for their own glory, but knowing that they are just following our Lord's command “Love your neighbor as yourself”. The guests at the shelter truly appreciate the “home cooked” meals – their smiles speak volumes. One misconception is that the homeless don't have jobs. Actually some go to sleep quite early because they have to get up early and walk to their place of employment. These are people who, for a variety of reasons, are homeless. We will be providing evening meals March 19 and 28, and April 15. We'll soon be contacting those of you who have already volunteered to help by providing food. Anyone else who would like to join us may contact the office at 468-4065. Financial donations are always appreciated; please write your name and church envelope # on a plain envelope and indicate “Homeless Shelter Meals” on the envelope. Donations are used to purchase meat, milk, juice, paper plates, cups, forks, knives, spoons, etc. We ask for your prayers that the Lord would continue to guide us in this ministry. GIVING OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED – Prescription pill bottles - remove the label and bring with the cap on. Cell phones – for local domestic abuse victims and ‘Cell Phones for Soldiers’. Non-perishable food - Manna for Life food pantry (ongoing). Personal care/cleaning supplies - Help for the Homeless campaign (until March 21). We thank those who are participating in these outreach opportunities. Donation containers are in the office hallway by the coat rack. HOW SWEET! – Sweet Monday is coming again. Ladies, meet in the parlor on March 1 from 7-8:30pm. We will see a cooking demonstration and make resurrection eggs. You'll receive recipes and ideas to help your family celebrate Easter in unique, meaningful ways. Great for families with small children (but good for everyone! If you have any of these supplies, would you bring them with you? cotton balls, dimes, thorns, dice, string or leather lace, small nails, a sponge, small rocks, egg cartons, and lots of colorful plastic eggs for the items. Any questions? Contact Stephenie at stephhov@hotmail.com. Guests are not only welcome - they're the point of us meeting. Bring friends! No RSVP needed. SEROOGY’S FUNDRAISER – Purchase Fudge Eggs, chocolate bunnies or lambs and boxes of assorted Seroogy’s chocolates at the same price as in the store but the OSLC Preschool receives 50% of the sale price. Orders will be ready for pick up by March 28. Please contact the office (468-4065) if interested; the deadline for accepting orders is Friday, March 12. Assorted candy bars (we now have SIX flavors) are also available for purchase in the office anytime. GOT SCRIP? – Copp’s, Festival, Woodman’s, Walgreen’s, ShopKo, Kohl’s, Fleet Farm, WalMart, Kwik Trip, BP, Shell AND MORE are available. Our Saviour receives a % from each SCRIP card sold and you use the cards just like cash at your favorite stores. For more information, stop at the Welcome Center or call the office (468-4065) during the week. YOUTH SKATE – Sunday, March 14 from noon to 2:15pm at the DePere Ice & Rec Center (by the Fairgrounds). Cost is $3 ice fee plus $2 skate rental. Please plan to join us. Check the youth bulletin board for more details. MARCH 7 – On Sunday we celebrate Lutheran Schools Week with a focus on the ministry of our NEW Lutheran High School. Students and faculty members will assist in leading worship and share information about the excellent ministry taking place there. Learn how we continue to strive to raise Christian leaders through this vital high school ministry. TASTE OF TRINITY MARCH 5th – The Silent Auction starts at 4:30pm and dinner is from 5-6:30pm with 3 kinds of soup, 3 kinds of salad, bread and drinks. Trinity students will perform at 6:30pm and the Live Auction begins at 7pm. Items can be viewed at facebook.com/TasteofTrinity. Please help us be successful with our biggest fundraiser of the year; Thrivent Financial for Lutherans will provided supplemental funding. Tickets are being sold by Trinity students or at Trinity. $10 in advance/$15 at the door. 12 and under ($7/$10). Please call Trinity if you have questions (655-4673). “SHINING LIKE STARS” EXPO – MARCH 6TH 9-3PM – N.E.W. is hosting the EXPO and it is open to all students in grades 3-8. Check out www.newlhs.com for info and registration. Questions can be e-mailed to fosheimc@newlhs.com. LIFE QUOTE – “When you experience spiritual depressions, the answer is clear: Put your hope in God. Be faithful in getting to worship. Open your Bible daily and you will find many answers for your questions. Pray a lot. Attend the
  • 3. Lord’s Supper and feel His divine presence. Gather with y our Christian friends and you will see what a gift Jesus Christ has given you in His Church.” Rev. Steven Kramer, speaker on the “Christian Crusaders” radio program This “Life Quote” is from Lutherans for Life www.lutheransforlife.org