CHICKS WITH STIX MEETS WEDNESDAY – From 1pm to 3pm, come to the Conference MIGHTY MITES – You have donated $376.21 to the LWMLs mission projects! All that changeRoom. We’ll work on projects, help you through a problem and have fun helping others with our was heavy! Thanks to everyone who participates. New Mite boxes are always available.God-given gifts. If you have questions, please call Caroline Arndt at 469-3140. LENTEN SUPPERS – A supper will be offered between the 4 and 6:30pm services on WednesdaysHEAR YE HEAR YE – All congregational members are warmly invited to a short series of during Lent starting with Ash Wednesday (Feb 22). If you or your group would like to serve on onecongregation retreats being hosted by your pastors. From these we hope to reflect on where we came of these nights, please contact Larry Segriff at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (920) 391-0473.from, what God is doing in our midst, and where He would have us to go. We hope you can join usand bring your memories, ideas and insights. The currently scheduled retreats, with more to follow, FISH FRY FEBRUARY 11 – Serving 5-7pm. Call in before 4:15pm and schedule a carry out forare…Saturday February 25th, 8am thru the morning/OSLC through the Ages - Timeline Retreat and faster service. To volunteer, call Tim Richter at 362-6450. New volunteers are always welcome.Saturday March 10th, 8am thru the morning/The Demographics & Resources of OSLC and Green THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS – When you donate used cell phones, empty prescription pillBay. Please call or email Michelle to RSVP (468-4065 or email@example.com). bottles, aluminum cans, beads, and coupons, it’s the best of both worlds…you dispose of somethingADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS – Changes to distribution of The Voice provides an opportunity you are done with and others benefit from them. We also collect knitting/sewing materials, Box Topsfor business owners to reach OSLC members about their business. We are no longer limited in some for Education, Labels for Education, Capri Sun pouches, specially marked milk caps, and Cokecategories as the newsletter is not subject to Bulk Mail rules. To place an ad for $25 per month or reward codes (bottle caps & multi-packs). These items benefit medical mission trips, overseas$300 per year, email Avra at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Michelle at 468-4065. military families, local missions, GB Trinity Lutheran School, Camp Luther and Our Saviour.HOMELESS STUDENTS ARE A REALITY! – Thanks to all who have donated to the Hive (for QPR COMES BACK TO OUR SAVIOUR! – The Brown County Suicide Prevention Coalition willhomeless students in Green Bay). We will continue to collect things through February. New socks present QPR, a suicide prevention class in the Fellowship Hall on Wednesday, February 8th fromand underwear are greatly needed. Check the box near the elevator for more donation ideas. 6-7:30pm. QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer - 3 simple steps that anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Just as people trained in CPR help save thousands of lives each year,COUNCIL AND VOTERS’ MEETING MINUTES – Copies of the December Council meeting people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how tominutes as well as the minutes from the annual voters’ meeting held on December 4, 2011 are now at question, persuade, and refer someone to help. Each year thousands of Americans, like you, arethe Welcome Center. These are also emailed to all members of OSLC if we have email addresses. saying "Yes" to saving the life of a friend, colleague, sibling, or neighbor. Confirmation students will be attending this presentation during class time. All parents, members of the congregation and theTHE VOICE – FEBRUARY EDITION – The latest edition of our monthly newsletter, The Voice community are welcome to attend. RSVPs are appreciated but are not required at (920) 468-4065.Online, has been emailed to all members and printed and mailed to those who have made the request.Additional printed copies can be found at the Welcome Center. DO YOU RUMMAGE SALE? WE NEED YOU!! – The ‘Super Sale’ is in need of an organizer. The organizer sets the date, works on set up, schedules volunteers, determines pricing, and worksIS IT SCRIP TIME? – There is no time like today to start buying SCRIP from Our Saviour! A with the office on event and advertising signs. Donations are already coming in! Contact the office atpercentage of each card sold automatically becomes a donation to OSLC. You plan to buy groceries 468-4065 if you are interested in heading or co-chairing this great fundraising event. A new organizeror gas, or you plan to eat out, OSLC gets a donation. To learn more, stop by the Welcome Center has been found for the Kids’ Only Sale; more details to come soon on the date and volunteers.today or come to the office during regular business hours. If you have (or will have) a child at GreenBay Trinity, OSL Preschool or in the youth group, ask about our ‘tuition reimbursement’ program. FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY – FPU returns to OSLC for 13 weeks beginning February 22Buying SCRIP is good stewardship! at 6:30pm. Members and non-members are invited to attend; the cost is $95 per family. Please RSVP with Michelle in the office at 468-4065 or email@example.com.YOUTH PIZZA SALE – If you ordered pizza from the Youth, please pick up your pies in the gymafter the service. If you forgot to order or need extras, there will also be a supply of premade pizzas COME ON…JOIN US! – Another new member class will begin on Thursday, February 16 with aavailable for purchase. Thanks for supporting the Youth of Our Saviour with your taste buds! Talk ‘n Tour at 5:30pm. After that, class will meet on Wednesday nights, beginning Ash Wednesday, at 5:20pm, between the 4 and 6:30pm Lenten worship services. If you want to attend the class as aICE SKATING – The youth will go ice skating at the De Pere Ice Arena on Sunday, Feb. 26. Please prospective new member or as a member wanting to polish their faith, please call Michelle at 468-watch announcements for time. $3 for skating; $3 for skates. Please arrange your own transportation. 4065. Friends are welcome so invite someone to join you.NYG 2013 MEETING – There will be an informational meeting about the 2013 National Youth GB TRINITY REGISTRATION FOR 2012-2013 – Trinity is accepting registrations fromGathering (NYG) between church services and during dinner on Wednesday, Feb. 29 at 5:30. If you members of Association churches, including Our Saviour, for the 2012-2013 school year. Gradesand/or your child want more information, or want to sign up to attend, please come to this meeting. include 5-year-old Kindergarten thru 8. Please call 655-4673 for information.
3 AND 4 YEAR OLDS – OSL Preschool is also enrolling for next year. Call 468-4065 for more WEEKEND OF FEBRUARY 5, 2012information or for registration materials. Age is as of September 1, 2012. If your 5 year old isn’t OUR SAVIOUR LUTHERAN CHURCHquire ready for Kindergarten, they are welcome to join the 4-year-old MWF class! “We’re Open on Sundays!”PANCAKES AND PORKIES AT REDEEMER – Sunday, February 12 visit Redeemer Lutheran 120 South Henry, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54302(210 S Oneida St) for AYCE Potato and Buttermilk pancakes plus porkies, applesauce, pies andbeverages. 8:30am-1:00pm / cost is $7 for adults, $4 for children 5-10 and free for age 4 and under. Web: www.oslc-gb.org +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ OUR SAVIOUR CONTACT INFORMATION WHAT’S UP THIS WEEK AT OUR SAVIOUR Michelle Burhite, Church Office 468-4065/Fax: 468-5757 firstname.lastname@example.org David H. Hatch, Sr Pastor 465-8118/Emergency: 609-0248 email@example.com Sunday February 5 Thursday February 9 Greg Hovland, Assoc Pastor 544-3614 firstname.lastname@example.org 6:00 am Super Bowl Pizza Prep 12:15 pm Brown Bag Worship Christina Scholz, Preschool Director 468-3596 email@example.com 7:45 am Traditional Worship 4:00 pm Fish Fry Prep 9:15 am Praise Worship 5:00 pm Plog/Mahlik Wedding WHO IS SERVING IN HIS HOUSE THIS WEEK 9:30 am Sunday School Rehearsal Altar Guild for February: Shelley Williams and Sharon Kucera 10:30 am SS Teacher Meeting 7:00 pm Traditional Worship DAY DATE TIME ORGANIST USHER ELDER ACOLYTE READER 10:45 am Traditional Worship Thurs Feb 2 12:15 pm n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 6:30 pm Open Gym/Basketball Friday February 10 Thurs Feb 2 7:00 pm Loren T Paul K Steve R Devon H Patti L 4:00 pm Plog/Mahlik Wedding Sun Feb 5 7:45 am Loren T Matt D Andrew P Brandon H Cathy P Monday February 6 5:00 pm Fish Fry Sun Feb 5 9:15 am Band Wendy C John C Krista G Nathan S 7:00 pm Board of Elders Meeting Sun Feb 5 10:45 am Loren T Royal B Royal B Kailey K Rich R Saturday February 11 Lives Touched By the Gospel January 23-29: 353 Tuesday February 7 9:00 am Men’s Retreat (This number does not include Sunday School, Bible Classes or our 4 Preaching Stations) 7:00 am Bible Study 2:00 pm Gym Rental 8:00 am OLM Meeting WELCOME VISITORS! – We are very happy that you chose to join us and pray that you feel the 9:00 am Bible Study Sunday February 12 warmth of the Son as you worship with us today. We ask that you please fill out the Fellowship Pad 7:00 pm Choir Practice Communion in the pew rack with today’s date, your name(s), address, phone number, etc., to let us know you were Mite Box Sunday here today. We invite you to come and worship with us again sometime soon. Wednesday February 8 7:45 am Traditional Worship SUNDAY SCHOOL – The nursery is open during the 9:15am service for children toddling thru age 3; 9:00 am Preschool - Weidner Center 9:15 am Praise Worship Sunday School children will go to class after the Children’s Sermon during the 9:15am service. Sunday 12:00 pm Staff Meeting 9:15 am Hard Questions Bible Study school registration forms can be found in the office hallway. 1:00 pm Chicks with Stix 9:30 am Sunday School 3:00 pm Youth Night 10:30 am Hard Questions Bible Study SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY CLASS – The ‘Hard Questions’ Bible study will end on February 26 6:00 pm Confirmation Class 10:45 am Traditional Worship (this is an extended date due to changes to the original schedule). Classes are held at 9:15 and 6:00 pm QPR – Fellowship Hall 6:30 pm Open Gym/Basketball 10:30am in the Fellowship Hall (basement) but there will be no class today (February 5). 6:00 pm Praise Band Practice FEBRUARY 11, 2012 MEN’S RETREAT – The times for this year’s retreat are 9am–2pm; the cost 6:30 pm Sr High Bible Study is $20 per person (including a tenderloin steak lunch). The theme is ‘Deepening Discipleship’ and our Keynote Speaker is Bryce Paup, former Green Bay Packer player. Entertainment will be provided LAST WEEK’S GIVING REPORT by The Fairland Bluegrass Band. All men (high school and older) are welcome; invite your neighbors, (Our 2012 approved budget calls for $9,951.12 per week) friends and relatives to join you. Contact Robin Williams if you have any questions. For planning Total gifts for ministry January 23-29: $5,906.75 purposes, PLEASE RSVP with Michelle at 468-4065 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, Feb. 6th.