YOU’VE FOUND IT! – SUNFUN Day Camp is coming to Redeemer Lutheran School, Green Bay. 10:45am service our most recent new member class students will join OSLC through AdultCome for a week or two or for the whole summer! Camp hours are Monday-Friday 9am–3pm with Confirmation. At all of our services that day, we will celebrate Concordia Sunday.optional before and after care. Each week will celebrate a different theme with field trips, devotions, MARK YOUR CALENDARS – Vacation Bible School (VBS) will be held Monday, June 18 thruswimming, cooking, science, arts & crafts, trips to the library, walks to the park and much, much Thursday, June 21. Camp Luther will be here to lead our older children (2nd through 5th grade) andmore. SUNFUN Day Camp is open to children ages 4 (by Sept. 1, 2012) through grade 5 (2011-12). our own wonderful volunteers will lead the Pre-school to 1st graders. Great fellowship, games, crafts,Part-time or full time…come to experience SUNFUN where the SON always shines! For more & snacks will be provided from 9 am until 12 noon. Well need children to participate and helpers toinformation, please contact Joyce Toenjes at Redeemer, (920) 499-1033. make it all come together. Anyone can attend; church membership is not necessary, so bring yourIS IT SCRIP TIME? – There is no time like today to start buying SCRIP from Our Saviour! A family & friends...the more the merrier!! Stay tuned in the coming weeks for more details!percentage of each card sold automatically becomes a donation to OSLC. You plan to buy groceries THANKS ARE DUE – Allen Knaus, Ralph Hoerchler and Jerry Buechner worked together toor gas, or you plan to eat out, OSLC gets a donation. To learn more, stop by the Welcome Center prepare the sanctuary for our Easter celebration last week. A big” thank you” to them for the timetoday or come to the office during regular business hours. If you have (or will have) a child at Green and dedication given to Our Saviour whenever it is needed.Bay Trinity, OSL Preschool or in the youth group, ask about our ‘tuition reimbursement’ program. LADIES LUNCHEON RETURNS – The details are all set and now all we need to do is get youPRESCHOOL ENROLLING – OSLC Preschool is enrolling for the 2012-13 school year. Call 468- registered to attend! Join us on Saturday, May 12 beginning at 11am with a concert by NEWLHS4065 for more information or for registration materials. Age is based on September 1, 2012 (must be Stage One. The cost is $12 per person which includes the concert and lunch. Please call (920) 468-3 or 4 by September 1 to enroll). If your 5 year old isn’t quite ready for Kindergarten, we would 4065 or stop by the office to make your reservation no later than May 6th.welcome him or her to join the 4-year-old Monday/Wednesday/Friday class! THRIVENT CHOICE DOLLARS – Are you a member of Thrivent Financial? If so, you may haveWE NEED KIDS’ STUFF! – Pack up those clothes that no longer fit, the toys that are no longer ‘Thrivent Choice Dollars’ to designate to selected Lutheran charities, including Our Saviour Lutheranplayed with, etc. Donations accepted from 8-noon and 12:30-4pm Monday thru Friday or on Sunday Church. Please call 1-800-THRIVENT (847-4836) to find out and designate your available dollars tomornings until May 13. The date of the sale, Saturday, May 19, is getting closer every day. Have the Lutheran charity of your choice. We thank those members who have already selected OSLC.donations that aren’t quite right for the Kids’ Only sale? We can add them to the stash for the SuperSale later this year. To volunteer for the Kids’ Only Sale contact Maggie Hinz at her new email RUN THE BOSTON MARATHON – On Monday, April 16th Jeff Luepke will run 26.2 milesaddress email@example.com or the church office at (920) 468-4065. through the streets of Boston with the goal of raising $5,000 for the tuition assistance program at Green Bay Trinity Lutheran School. Make a donation to the 10th Annual Marathon Fundraiser, andSPRING CLEANING ON A DIME, KEEPING YOUR HEALTH IN MIND – Join us in the Jeff will send you a mile-by-mile rundown of his adventure in Beantown. Please call at 265-3192 orFellowship Hall, April 23rd, at 6:30pm. You’ll learn non-toxic cleaning recipes, and easy, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org to make a pledge. Thanks for your prayers and support.inexpensive organizational ideas to get your house in order. The money you’ll save is veryimpressive, and knowing you’re not using dangerous chemicals can also give you a great IT’S THE WORST PLAY EVER!! – The evil Prince Viscera wishes to be rid of the sweet babyfeeling. Snacks provided. You’ll also get some great gifts to bring home with you! Bring friends, but Prince Ivanha; so what is his mother Queen Nina to do, but leave him in the forest to be raised byplease be sure to RSVP to Maggie Hinz at 265-6432 or email@example.com Cost is squirrels. And that’s just the beginning! This tall tale is perhaps the WORST plot line you’ll see$3per person (but please don’t let that be the reason you don’t come… join us anyway!). brought to life on stage and it couldn’t be FUNNIER! See the NEWLHS Drama Department’s presentation of “The WORST High School Play in the World” May 4 & 5 at 7:00PM & May 6 atDO YOU RUMMAGE SALE? – We are still looking for a ‘go-to’ person for the Super Sale this 2:00PM. Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 students/seniors. No advance purchase necessary.year. We want to plan a meeting to organize so that things can go smoothly under a new organizer. Ifyou just want to be a volunteer, let us know that, too! Please call Michelle at 468-4065. The current JOIN US FOR THE TASTEFUL EVENING AT THE HILL! – This wonderful event at Heritagedate selected for the sale is Saturday, August 18. Hill will take place May 11, from 7-10 pm. Come experience a world of flavors as you sample delicious wine, beer, hors doeuvres, and desserts. Live entertainment, fantastic prizes and theREBUILDING LIVES – The proceeds from the March 7 Lent dinner, hosted by the senior choir, are opportunity to take home an iPad2 await you! Tickets are $30/person in advance or $40/person at theheading to the Midwest tornado victims through LCMS World Relief and Human Care. Your door. Buy yours after service or at the NEWLHS office. Invite a friend and enjoy the fun together!donation is helping people rebuild their homes and lives after tornado destruction. Thank you! GRANDPARENTS!! – When was the last time you had meaningful one-on-one time with yourAPRIL 29 IS SPECIAL – At the 9:15 service, our 2nd grade Sunday School students will receive a grandchild? Spend that special time away at Camp Luther this summer at GrandKids Camp, June 22-Faith Alive Bible and the 3rd grade students will receive Luther’s Small Catechism. Also at our 24 or August 10-12. Register online at www.campluther.com.
IT’S A BIG DEAL! – Redeemer Lutheran Church, 210 S. Oneida Street, Green Bay, invites you to WEEKEND OF APRIL 15, 2012join their 75th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday April 22. A thanksgiving worship service will be OUR SAVIOUR LUTHERAN CHURCHheld at 10am with the theme “Celebrating God’s Grace,” followed by a luncheon in Redeemer Schoolgym with many memory displays. Please RSVP by Monday April 16 to 920-499-1033. “We’re Open on Sundays!” 120 South Henry, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54302FATHER/SON AND MOTHER/DAUGHTER CANOES ADVENTURES!! – Relish some one-on-one time with your son or daughter this summer and experience an adventure together. The Web: www.oslc-gb.orgFather/Son or Mother/Daughter Canoe Adventures are designed for just that! Take time away from +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++the rat race and distractions of life, experiencing Gods creation in all its beauty together. And what OUR SAVIOUR CONTACT INFORMATIONbetter time to share faith and fellowship with that special child that is growing up way too quickly!! Michelle Burhite, Church Office 468-4065/Fax: 468-5757 firstname.lastname@example.orgThe adventures run August 9-12!! Register at www.campluther.com. David H. Hatch, Sr Pastor 465-8118/Emergency: 609-0248 email@example.com Greg Hovland, Assoc Pastor 544-3614 firstname.lastname@example.org Christina Scholz, Preschool Director 468-3596 email@example.com WHAT’S UP THIS WEEK AT OUR SAVIOUR WHO IS SERVING IN HIS HOUSE THIS WEEK Sunday April 15 Weds (cont.) Altar Guild for April: Diane Prahl, Carol Siech, Jill Proulx, and Jerry & Kitty Vander Heiden 7:45 am Traditional Worship 6:00 pm Praise Band Practice The Eternal Flame is provided by Marcia Heise and Dave Johnson in memory of their loved ones. 9:15 am Bible Study 6:30 pm Financial Peace University DAY DATE TIME ORGANIST USHER ELDER ACOLYTE READER 9:15 am Praise Worship 6:30 pm Sr High Bible Study Thurs Apr 12 12:15 pm n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 9:30 am Sunday School 7:30 pm Evangelism Meeting Thurs Apr 12 7:00 pm Stephenie H Chuck A Steve R Ericka B Kayla J 10:30 am Bible Study Sun Apr 15 7:45 am Stephenie H John K Andrew P David C Henry G 10:45 am Traditional Worship Thursday April 19 Sun Apr 15 9:15 am Band Randy V Paul C James C Bill C 6:30 pm Open Gym/Basketball 12:15pm Worship Service Sun Apr 15 10:45 am Stephenie H Royal B Bruce M Michael D Mike C 5:30 pm Smurawa/Nash Wedding Monday April 16 Rehearsal Lives Touched By the Gospel April 2-8: 1169 12:30 pm Stepping On - ARDC 7:00 pm Worship Service (This number does not include Sunday School, Bible Classes or our 4 Preaching Stations) 7:00 pm Board of Education WELCOME VISITORS! – We are very happy that you chose to join us and pray that you feel the Friday April 20 warmth of the Son as you worship with us today. We ask that you please fill out the Fellowship Pad Tuesday April 17 3:00 pm Smurawa/Nash Wedding in the pew rack with today’s date, your name(s), address, phone number, etc. We invite you to come 7:00 am Bible Study back soon. 8:00 am Office of Lay Ministry Sunday April 22 9:00 am Bible Study Cinnamon Roll Sunday SUNDAY SCHOOL – Children will be dismissed to attend Sunday school after the children’s 7:00 pm Choir Practice 7:45 am Traditional Worship message during the 9:15am service. The nursery is also open for all children ‘toddling’ thru to age 3. 9:15 am Praise Worship BIBLE STUDY – We are meeting today in the parlor; please join us for a new topic each week. Wednesday April 18 9:30 am Sunday School Sorry, no class next week because Pastor Greg will be attending a class out of town. 12:00 pm Staff Meeting 10:45 am Traditional Worship 3:00 pm Youth Night w/Holy Baptism "STEPPING ON" CLASS STARTS MONDAY – This ‘fall prevention program’ is for seniors age 6:00 pm Confirmation 6:30 pm Open Gym/Basketball 60+ that have fallen, have a fear of falling or want to avoid falling. It meets in Classroom #1 at Our Saviour from 12:30pm to 2:30pm on Mondays for 7 weeks (April 16 thru June 4-no meeting on May LAST WEEK’S GIVING REPORT 28); the cost is $10. To register, call Megan Mroczynski at the Aging & Disability Resource Center (Our 2012 approved budget calls for $9,951.12 per week) of Brown County (448-4339). For other questions, call Debbie Young (432-5093). This is a great Total gifts for ministry April 2-8: $19,369.04 opportunity to build confidence and prevent injuries.