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    • CAN YOU ADOPT-A-BILL? – If you can, please ‘Adopt a Bill’. Select an invoice and envelope from WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEALS – These meals are for all ages and all people and are served fromthe board, make your check payable to OSLC, put it and the invoice in the envelope and place in the 5-7pm. Come and join us! $3 entrees – Fresh Ham/Cheeseburger; Pasta w/Marinara and Breadstick (addoffering plate or drop off at the office. So far, you have donated an additional $4,574.93 this year (this an Italian Sausage for $1); or Chicken Tenders; Made from scratch Soup du Jour - Cup $1.50/Bowlamount is NOT included in the Unified Budget information provided in the bulletin every week). $2.50; $1 Sides – Chef Salad, French Fries or Cottage Cheese; $2 Desserts – Dessert Shooter or piece of pie. These meals will be offered every Wednesday for all ages (watch bulletin for exceptions); the menuWHAT DO YOU BELIEVE? – Join our ‘Basic Beliefs for Adult Lutheran Christians’ classes on may vary. Proceeds from the meal will help support the mission and ministry of OSLC; it’s a greatSunday mornings (aka ‘Adult Confirmation Class’). Members and non-members are welcome to attend addition to our Youth Nights, Confirmation, and other Wednesday evening activities.any and all classes. Today’s class (Oct 14) meets at 9:15am; there is no class next week (Oct 21). SUPPORTING TRINITY WITH MAGAZINE SALES – Trinity students are holding their MagazineDON’T THROW IT AWAY! – We are collecting used cell phones, empty pill bottles, aluminum cans, Sale till October 19. Go online at www.aphearst.com and enter Trinitys school code: WC2381. If youbeads, and mfr’s coupons as well as batting and knitting/sewing materials, Box Tops for Education, are renewing, just mark the box that says so. Order a new subscription for yourself; they also make greatLabels for Education, Capri Sun pouches, specially marked milk caps, and Coke codes. We also collect Christmas and birthday gifts. Trinity receives 50% of all sales.non-perishable food for Manna for Life (please no bread, potatoes, etc.). For info, call 468-4065. CHILI DUMP AND PIE AUCTION – Come join with Trinity Lutheran School for this delicious eventSUNDAY SCRIP – Every purchase is a small donation. Buy Sunday mornings at the Welcome Center to be held at Faith Lutheran Church (2335 S. Webster Avenue) on Sunday, October 14 from 12-3pm.or the church office (from 8am-11:45am and 1pm-4:15pm Monday thru Friday). Groceries? Gas? Going Everyone is welcome to come together with the Trinity families for fellowship and fun.out to eat? Gift giving? Taking a trip? Give to church without changing your budget. To learn more, stopby the Welcome Center today or come to the office during regular business hours. If you have a child at CUT-A-THON – Trinity is looking for hair stylists! On November 11, we will partner with LooksGreen Bay Trinity, OSL Preschool or in the youth group, ask about our ‘tuition reimbursement’ program. Unlimited Salon to host a “Cut-A-Thon,” (with 100% of the proceeds to Green Bay Trinity). Mark your calendar for that date, and keep an eye out for details in upcoming weeks. If you are a stylist who isLAMBEAU FIELD AND PACKER GAMES – Our Saviour needs 21 volunteers (18 or older) to work willing to donate any amount of time from 11-2:30pm, we need YOU. Please contact Maggie Hinz ateach home Packer game this season; the next home games are October 28 and November 4. Please laughterandblessings@gmail.com or 920-265-6432, if you or someone you know is willing to help out!contact Neil Burmeister at 866-9088 or call the church office (468-4065) for more info. Our booth isindoors (Section 427 club seats). Sign-up sheets are at the Welcome Center; sign up now for any game. BLAZIN’ IN THE SON AUCTION – Donations of complete baskets and basket items are now being sought for the NEWLHS ‘Blazin’ in the Son’ auction to be held on November 10 at Riverside Ballroom.FOR YOU – The new October-December issue of the Portals of Prayer is now available in the Narthex. We welcome anything from apple pie to zoo certificates and all new items in between...the possibilitiesOne large print version is available in the office. Copies of the September Council minutes and the are endless. Items can be brought to the school office at 1311 S. Robinson Ave or call 469-6810. ForOctober issue of The Voice Online are at the Welcome Center. tickets, stop at the Welcome Center on Sunday morning, the church office during the week, pick up anVOTERS’ MEETING – After an abbreviated 9:15 service, this year’s meeting will begin at 10am on order form at the Welcome Center anytime or visit www.newlhs.com.Sunday, December 9. The third service will begin the latter of 10:45am or five (5) minutes after the NEW LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL - OPEN HOUSE 10/18 6:30-8PM – For all families preparingconclusion of the voter’s meeting. Please add this important event to your calendar. to enroll their 8th grader into high school, NEW Lutheran High School is hosting an Open House. AllCHECK OUT THIS YOUTH ACTIVITY – Come see The Pack play the St. Louis Rams on the big parents are encouraged to attend with their son or daughter to learn about our outstanding academics (#2screen at the De Pere Cinema on October 21 at noon, RSVP by October 17 on the youth bulletin board or in the entire region for average ACT Test Score results), technology integration (we are a 1:1 iPadthe OSLC youth Facebook event page. Free admission, soda, and popcorn but you MUST sign up!  School - every student has one) and extracurricular opportunities for all students (full sports program, multiple vocal and instrumental groups, drama and competitive academic groups). For more informationIT’S FLA-TOILET-MINGO MONTH – The ugly commode has been making the rounds. If it lands in about NEW Lutheran High, please visit our website at www.newlhs.com or call the school office at 469-your yard this month (because you didnt purchase the insurance), call Will at 254-3344 for removal. 6810. Come and find out why our parents love working with us to help them to prepare their kids to beCUB SCOUTS RETURN – Pack 4070 meets at Our Saviour every other Tuesday. For more info, strong leaders for Jesus!check out the bulletin board in the office hallway. The next meeting is Tuesday, Oct 23 at 6:30pm. SEE BETHESDA’S ORIGINAL CAMPUS FOR ONLY $12! – A one-day bus tour is planned for35 ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION – On Saturday, October 20, from 1-3 pm, Lighthouse th October 25 with the bus leaving the OSLC parking lot at 9am sharp! The cost of $12 will be collected onChristian Bookstore (2781 S. Oneida St.) will host a book signing as part of its anniversary sale. There the day of the tour; it includes the bus tour, lunch and tip! The sign up deadline is October 18; call Kateywill be a story time from 1-2 pm and a coloring contest for the kids. Local authors, Stephenie Hovland Higgins at (920) 988-0271, 1-800-383-8743 x4432 or email her at katey.higgins@mailblc.org. See theand Ruth Boettcher, will participate in the book signing along with 7 other local authors. letter on the office hallway bulletin board for more details.
    • LOST AND FOUND – A diamond ring was found this week and a cross tie-tack this summer. To claim WEEKEND OF OCTOBER 14, 2012either of these items, call the church office at (920) 468-4065 from 8-noon or 12:30-4:30pm Mon-Fri. OUR SAVIOUR LUTHERAN CHURCHPIZZA RANCH DINNER FUNDRAISER – Monday, Oct. 29 from 4-8pm, come and show yoursupport for Lutheran teenagers as Redeemer’s Sr. Youth group hosting "tip night". The Sr. Youth will “We’re Open on Sundays!”bus tables to receive 10% of the night’s sales. Pizza Ranch (2206 Main St) is a Christian organization 120 South Henry, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54302and they have a wonderful pizza and chicken buffet with all the fixings! Please help us celebrate! Funds Web: www.oslc-gb.orgraised will be going towards the 2013 National Youth Gathering in Texas. Thank you for your support. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ OUR SAVIOUR CONTACT INFORMATION WHAT’S UP THIS WEEK AT OUR SAVIOUR Michelle Burhite, Church Office 468-4065/Fax: 468-5757 info@oslc-gb.org David H. Hatch, Sr Pastor 465-8118/Emergency: 609-0248 dave@oslc-gb.orgSunday October 14 Weds (cont.) Greg Hovland, Assoc Pastor 544-3614 greg@oslc-gb.org Communion 3:00 pm Youth Night Christina Scholz, Preschool Director 468-3596 christina@oslc-gb.org Mite Box Sunday 5:00 pm Wednesday Night Meal7:45 am Traditional Worship (until 7:00 pm) WHO IS SERVING IN HIS HOUSE THIS WEEK9:15 am Basic Beliefs Class 6:00 pm Praise Band Practice October Altar Guild: Judi Kuehl and Lori Rutherford9:15 am Praise Worship 6:00 pm Confirmation – All Levels The Eternal Flame is sponsored by the Siegmund family in memory of Earl Siegmund.9:15 am Sunday School 6:30 pm Sr High Bible Study Flowers on the altar today celebrate the 55th wedding anniversary of Vern and Carol Siech.10:30 am Bible Study DAY DATE TIME ORGANIST USHER ELDER ACOLYTE READER10:45 am Traditional Worship Thursday October18 Thurs Oct 11 12:15 pm n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a12:00 pm Chili Dump/Pie Auction 12:15 pm Worship Service Thurs Oct 11 7:00 pm Stephenie H Norman K Steve R Brett L Patti L Faith Lutheran for Trinity 6:30 pm Open House - NEWLHS Sun Oct 14 7:45 am Stephenie H Mike M Andrew P Hannah L Cathy P 7:00 pm Worship Service Sun Oct 14 9:15 am Bruce M Marissa M Kellie MMonday October 15 Robin W6:30 pm Altar Guild Meeting Saturday October 20 Band Wendy C Paul C 1:00 pm Lighthouse Book Signing Sun Oct 14 10:45 am Stephenie H Jerry B David B Olivia M Rich S 3:30 pm Open Gym – BasketballTuesday October 16 Lives Touched By the Gospel October 1-7: 3317:00 am Bible Study Sunday October 21 (These numbers do not include Sunday School, Bible Classes or our 5 Preaching Stations)9:00 am Bible Study 7:45 am Traditional Worship WELCOME VISITORS! – We are very happy that you chose to join us and pray that you feel the7:00 pm Choir Practice 9:15 am Praise Worship warmth of the Son as you worship with us today. Please fill out the Fellowship Pad in the pew rack with 9:15 am Sunday School the date, your name(s), address, etc. (use extra lines if needed). We invite you to come back soon.Wednesday October 17 10:45 am Traditional Worship Visiting children are welcome to attend Sunday School during the 9:15am service; registration forms are8:25 am Trinity Chapel-Sanctuary 12:00 pm Packer Game-De Pere Cinema in the office hallway. Please talk to an usher for more information. LAST WEEK’S GIVING REPORT ALTAR GUILD MEMBERS NEEDED – Our next meeting date is Monday, October 15th at 6:30pm. (Our 2012 approved budget calls for $9,951.12 per week) More members are needed to begin ‘every Sunday communion’. For more information on joining the Total gifts for ministry October 1-7: $10,217.90 Altar Guild, please call Jennifer Damp at 920-366-4734 or email her at jenniferdamp@gmail.com. CALLING ALL TODDLERS – Children age toddling thru 3 years old are welcome to the Nursery during the 9:15am service. Ushers can assist you if needed. The nursery is in the lower level of the church; take the elevator to LL and turn left…you can’t miss it. A state of the art paging system is in place to notify you quietly during the service, if necessary.