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  1. 1. Volume 20, Issue 32 August 2011 Find us on the Web! The Voice Our Saviour Lutheran Church–Green Bay Wis. Could you translate that to Lutheran please? David H. Hatch If someone said to you, at the Baptist church mean when they gives his message, others will“Could you tell the congregation said, “Would you mind giving your standup and give, “add-ons.”something from your Christian life that testimony?” Translated into Lutheran, Personal words from thewill encourage them?” What would you they were saying, “Could you tell the worshippers on how the sermonsay? congregation something from your applies to their lives, or they may During the opportunity to Christian life that will encourage give a verse that has come to mindspeak at a Baptist service, I was asked them?” In some churches, “To give that builds on the encouragementto, “give my testimony.” What is a your testimony,” may mean, “Tell us of the sermon. Is that risky for the“testimony”? Do Lutherans do that? how you came to faith.” pastor, letting the congregation Webster says this about On the day I was at the possibly get out of control with “testimony,” tes·ti·mo·ny Baptist church, two others gave their enthusiasm? Yes, but not to the F u n c t i o n : n o u n testimonies before me. Both told point of fear. 1 a (1) : the tablets inscribed simple yet moving accounts from Is there a balance with the Mosaic law (2) : the their past, about what God was doing somewhere, a time and a place for ark containing the tablets b : in their lives in specific situations. The the individual to share what God is a divine decree attested in the congregation was used to this. During actually doing in their lives? Would S c r i p t u r e s the other’s testimonies there was an that be encouraging for the family 2 a : firsthand authentication occasional, “Amen” and even some of God? You bet! of a fact : EVIDENCE b : an applause. More important than outward sign c : a solemn decl A testimony is essentially a sharing a testimony publicly, is just aration usually made orally by word of encouragement, giving God being aware that He is indeed active a witness under oath in re the credit for something in our lives. in our lives, not just the lives of sponse to interrogation by a It’s that simple. others. What is He doing in your lawyer or authorized public And why don’t Lutherans life? What has He done lately? o f f i c i a l give testimonies in worship? Might Could you put it into words? Have 3 a : an open acknowledgment some think it comes across “showy,” you stopped to think about it? Do b : a public profession of or vain? Might it be that our Lutheran you share this with the most religious experience.” worship is altar-centered; Word- important people in your life? In the Bible, the “Ark of the centered, not person-centered? Yes, What if someone said toCovenant,” (similar in size, shape and that might true. Do we shy away from you, “Could you tell thesymbolism to our altar) was often this because we could end up with a congregation something from yourcalled, “The Ark of the label that would identify us as Christian life that will encourageTestimony.” The Bible also refers to fanatical about our faith, too them?” What would you say?the Ten Commandments as a enthusiastic, or too religious? Shouldtestimony, “When the Lord finished these concerns stop us from sharingspeaking to Moses on Mount Sinai, He what God is doing in our lives? No.gave him the two tablets of the Do those who give testimonies haveTestimony, the tablets of stone something they can teach us?inscribed by the finger of Worship is celebrating andGod” (Exodus 31:18). “In simplicity, expressing His work and activity intestimony is a “reliable word of truth.” our lives. They say in overseas And so, what did those folks missionary circles, after the pastor Continue to pg. 2
  2. 2. P a g e 2 T h e V o i c e Fancy dinners to raise From pg. 1OSLC official funds and exhibit Often times we credit facilitiesacts ourselves for our progress in l i f e , f o r o u r Saturday, Sep. 24, will accomplishments, our mark the beginning of a new accumulation of possessionsBaptisms: series of fund raising dinners and so on. But actually,Martin James Helgeland designed to showcase our Christ gets the credit. All thatBorn: February 6, 2011 facilities, promote fellowship, we have and are and whereBaptized: June 19, 2011 serve terrific food and help we have come from finds itsSon of Dennis and Jennifer share the Word. This first source in Him. When we putHelgeland meal will be a five course pasta that into words, that is a dinner. Seating is limited and testimony. Expressing howReese Evan Denny we came to faith, how we got the tickets will go on sale inBorn: March 7, 2011 through a certain crisis, how mid-August. Stay tuned for we walked through a valleyBaptized: July 7, 2011 more details about time, price or leaped over a difficultSon of Raymond Denny and and other important details of hurdle with His help, that is aKrista Kosta this new fund raising and testimony. fellowship opportunity. If someone were toMembership Changes ask you to stand and tellOUT: Check lost and about how God is at work in Cori (Peterson) Patterson: found before winter your life, what would yourelease As the weather changes say? How about telling how from morning to night (and His blessings have poured Leah Ebbers and minor into your life though the gifts soon from summer to fall andchildren (Mara and Harrison): of loved ones, a job and winter), our need for warmrelease personal gifts, skills and coats changes as well. We have abilities; your residence and many coats, hats, gloves, etc. transportation; and so much Katie (Sauer) Kostreva: that have been left (or lost) at more! Let’s be sure in ourrelease Our Saviour in the past year or hearts, thoughts and words, two. They can be found on the we are always giving Him the Linda Liebman: release coat rack near the bathrooms credit, and be willing to say on the second floor or in the so.Received their Crown: box on the floor under theEileen G. Krumdick coats. Please check theseApril 25, 1916 ~ June 17, 2011 places as you may not even youFuneral service held on June 21, even know you have items that2011 are lost. Coats and other warm weather items not claimed bySusan Reuter October 15 will be donated toAugust 7, 1941 ~ June 20, 2011 Coats for Kids or other localFuneral service held on June 23, programs that help to provide2011 warm clothes to those in need.
  3. 3. P a g e 3 T h e V o i c eOur Saviour Lutheran’s super sale in final stages of being more su-per than last year. Make sure to check it out, Aug 20 Put August 20 on your Want to volunteer? Here’s what we need:calendar, tell your friends and +Help moving the items already here from the basementneighbors and don’t miss this to the gym on Monday, August 1one!! The doors will open at 8:00 +Help setting up the gym for the sale; jobs include set-a.m. sharp and they will close at ting up tables, sorting, cleaning and pricing items as4:00 p.m. well as testing electric or battery operated items This year’s Super Sale +Help on the pickup crews (trucks, trailers and strongpromises something for men are needed). Note: The days/times for pick upeveryone. We have received a are not set and will be determined basedbasement full of donations and on crew/equipment availability andcan certainly take more! weather.Furniture (couches, chairs, If you have any questions, please do not hesi-loveseats, entertainment center, tate to call Michelle in the office at (920)coffee and end tables, beds, etc.), 468-4065.decorations (Easter, Christmasand Fall items galore),entertainment (books, CDs,DVDs, VHS, cassette tapes and SuperLPs), kitchen wares (smallappliances, dishes, glassware), Garage Saleluggage (duffle bags, large You’ll find everything inside… (NO clothes)suitcases, backpacks), astand-alone shower stall andmore can be found here. Where: Our Saviour Lutheran Church Donations can be brought When: Saturday, August 20, 2011in during office hours (Mondaythru Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 (8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.)p.m. and 12:30p.m. - 4:30 p.m.).We ask that large items be Lots of great items for sale... Come earlybrought directly to the gym on or for the best selection.after August 1. Donations will betaken until noon on Wednesday,August 17 so allow time for Also serving: Home baked breakfast rolls andcleaning, sorting and pricing. coffee, brats, hotdogs and soda If you need a large itempicked up, please call the office Booyah: carryout onlyat 468-4065 as soon as possible.We will schedule one or two pick Don’t miss it!!!up days in August for your largeitems.
  4. 4. V o l u m e 2 0 , I s s u e 3 2 P a g e 4 **Attention parents of 7th graders and incoming level one Confirmation students** The office has mailed level one confirmation registration materials to all families that we have listed in our database. We ask that all registration forms be returned to the office before August 26, 2011. If you did not receive materials, please contact the church office.The remainder of the OSLC calendar yearFirst fish fry of the season: September 9 (2nd Friday of each month)Fall Rally: September 11 (no 10:45 a.m. service on this day)Financial Peace University: September 13-December 6 (contact the office to sign up)Confirmation classes: Begin September 14 (registration forms are available in the office hallway)GriefShare: September 15-December 15: 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. (contact the office to sign up)Sunday school begins: September 18 (Blue registration forms are available in the office hallway)Adult Confirmation classes begin: September 18-November 13 at 9:15 a.m. (no class 9/25)Confirmation examination: November 6 at 10:45 a.m.Confirmation: November 13 at 10:45 a.m.Adult Confirmation: November 20 at 7:45 a.m.Voters meeting: December 6 at 10:00 a.m.Live Nativity: Thursday, December 15Children’s Christmas Pageant: December 18 at 10:45 a.m.Christmas Day service (Sunday): 10:00 a.m. onlyNew Year’s Eve service (Saturday): 6:00 p.m. onlyNew Year’s Day services: regular schedule (7:45 a.m., 9:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.) -stay tuned for updates on times and locations!
  5. 5. V o l u m e 2 0 , I s s u e 3 2 P a g e 5VBS only possible with valuable volunteersDonna Biebel A huge thank you to and organizing the crafts and the everyone organized. Campeveryone involved in vacation children had plenty of fun being Luther’s theme was "every dayBible school!! creative! struggles." First of all, to the 36 We had a wonderful area Also a big thank you tofamilies that entrusted their for fun games. Thank goodness the families who hosted thechildren to our volunteers! What a to one of our members that set up four Camp Luther staff in theirfun group again this year. a temporary fence for the children homes. It was greatly Secondly, a thank you for to play outside in a safe appreciated!Pastor Dave and his engaging setting. Even the game leader The children and theirBible stories. And to Michelle in became creative to make it more families also deserve thanks asthe church office for her endless fun! they collected cleaning supplieshelp with many details. The snacks were delicious and for households who have beenOf course none of this could have really hit the spot each day! affected by flooding orhappened without the It was so good to see tornadoes. The Red Cross willvolunteers. How can we ever Chadder again in Chadders circulate those donations on thethank you enough? theater once again! childrens behalf. The front windows were The Camp Luther staff created a Thank you again topainted by one of our own wonderful Christian setting for everyone, it takes each and"Picassos!” They were beautiful. our children and our volunteers every one of you! God blessA lot of time went into planning worked with them to keep you!Missionaries visit Our Saviour Lutheran Church Aug. 18 My name is Elliot Derricks Macau while volunteering at the Serena and I will beand my fiancée is Serena Little. I CEC with Serena as well. presenting on Thursday, Aug. 18am from Denmark, Wis. and I am First and foremost, Serena at Our Saviour Lutheran Church24 years old. Serena is from and I ask that you pray for us. during both worship servicesBuckley, Was. (near Seattle) and is Pray that God will use us to boldly about our service in Macau. We23 years old. We are missionaries proclaim the Gospel that God invite you to come and meetgoing to serve the Lord in Macau, would bless the CEC, and that with us personally and ask anyan S.A.R. of China. I served God would bless our first year of questions you may have aboutthrough Lutheran Church Missouri marriage there. our missionary work. Our workSynod World Mission in Slovakia Finally, Serena and I ask is not possible without you. Youlast year, and Serena served in that you prayerfully consider are the reason we can go toMacau last year as well. We met at partnering with us financially in Macau and proclaim the Gospel.the LCMS missionary training in bringing Jesus to Macau. The "Then he said to hisChicago and will be getting total cost of our service is around disciples, ‘The harvest ismarried on October 15. $2,000 a month for the 18 months plentiful but the workers are Serena will be working at we will serve there. The best way few. Ask the Lord of thethe Concordia English Center, run for you to support us financially is harvest, therefore, to send outby the LCMS. Serena, through a monthly pledge. Your workers into his harvest field,’”accompanied by CEC staff, teach pledge of $100, $50, $25, even $10 a Matthew 9:37-38. We lookEnglish and share the gospel. I will month goes a long way in helping forward to meeting you! Takebe teaching English as a second us get to Macau on time to share care and God bless!language at a local school in the love of God there.
  6. 6. P a g e 6 T h e V o i c eFPU brings serenity to your pocketbookWhat is Financial Peace individuals have attended FPU. TestimonialsUniversity? Applying Gods Word Heres what people FPU is the most radically changes lives. On just like you are saying aboutimportant step to changing average, FPU graduates have FPU:your financial future. It is your paid off over $5,300 in debt and "Weve actuallytotal money makeover program. saved $2,700 during the 91-day relieved ourselves of overIt takes the knowledge from program! $50,000 worth of debt in twoGod and turns it into real action You can read more years just from using thesein our lives through a step-by- about FPU at http:// principles." - Russ and Marystep process taught by Leebest-selling author and financial What will I learn? "It made us sit downcounselor Dave Ramsey. In this life-changing as a couple and FPU is a 13 week program you will learn: communicate...and it gave uslife-changing program that 1. Step-by-step cash flow an instant pay raise!" - Paulempowers and teaches you how planning; Luke 14:28: "For and Lynesa Bensonto make the right money which of you, intending to Pastor Greg candecisions to achieve your build a tower, does not sit provide you with members offinancial goals and Gods plan down first and count the cost, OSLC that have gonefor your life. The course whether he has enough to through this class to give youincludes practical lessons on finish it." a local view of it. Contacteliminating debt, building 2. Debt snowball plan him if you would like towealth, giving like never before technique to eliminating debt; know more.and much more! Proverbs 22:7: "The borrower is When and how?Who is Financial Peace slave to the lender." FPU begins onUniversity for? 3. How to invest wisely; September 13. It will meet for Its for everyone! From Ecclesiastes 11:2: "Give portions 13 weeks on Tuesdays at 6:30the financially secure to the to seven, yes to eight, for you p.m. at OSLC. To register,financially distressed. More do not know what disaster may please contact the churchthan 650,000 families and come upon the land." office. The cost is $95.August youth events Please sign up for 920-265-4561 and Avra 920-360- Mini golfing will alsopaintballing (Aug. 7) and mini 7544) take place after 9:15 service ongolfing (Aug. 21) on the youth Paintballing is $30 Aug 21. More information onbulletin board or on the OSLC youth (including 500 paintballs and rental pricing will come soon. PleaseFacebook event page ONE WEEK equipment.) We will leave church at watch the youth Facebook pageprior to the event so we can plan 11:00 a.m. sharp. Please arrive early and the Sunday bulletin for moreaccordingly. enough to have your parent/guardian information. If you would like to pay for (s) fill out a waiver if you are under See all of you there!the event with your youth account 18 years old. We will be traveling to Don’t forget aboutplease let us know ASAP (Whitney: the outdoor field in Greeleaf. SHOW every Wednesday at 7:00 Drivers/chaperones wanted! p.m.
  7. 7. Sunday School Registration Form / 2011-2012 School Year Sunday School is open to children from age 4 up to, and including, 6th grade. Classes will begin on September 18, 2011. Please bring your child(ren) with you to the 9:15 a.m. worship service. They will bedismissed to their classrooms after the children’s message is given (around 9:30). Sunday School will run until 10:30 a.m., regardless of when the church service is concluded. Please be patient when picking up your children and allow your child’s teacher time to finish each week’s lesson. Thank you.Family Surname:Mom’s name: Dad’s name:Address: Address (if different)City/Zip: City/Zip:Phone: Phone: (if different)Cell phone: Cell phone:*E-mail: *E-mail:Step-father: _____________________________ Step-mother: _______________________________Children primarily live with: (Circle one) Mom Dad Both parentsOur church membership is at (church name/denomination / city)____________________________________________________________________________________---------------------------------Person to be notified in case of emergency (other than mom and dad):Name: Address:Phone: Relationship:Person(s) authorized to pick up child(ren) after class:--------------------------------I, __________________________, will help support the Christian learning of my child/children by: Helping with classroom activities Offering transportation for other students if possible Help set up/take down classroom tables/chairs if needed before or after class______Other:Please contact me at (e-mail/phone) ___________________________ to discuss how I can help asnoted above. *E-MAIL addresses are essential way of communication – we can send you our parentupdates more efficiently.We take alot of pictures of all the children throughout the year at various events.** Permission to use your child (ren)’s photo in display that will solely promote the growth of Christianeducation at OSLC: Circle one YES NO Signature:________________________________________
  8. 8. Please complete the following information for each child you are registering in Sunday school. Ifchild’s last name if different than the surname above, please include below.Name: Age: Male / FemaleDate of birth: Baptism date:Grade child is entering in school this year: E-mail:-----------------Name: Age: Male / FemaleDate of birth: Baptism date:Grade child is entering in school this year: E-mail:-----------------Name: Age: Male / FemaleDate of birth: Baptism date:Grade child is entering in school this year: E-mail:-------------------Name: Age: Male / FemaleDate of birth: Baptism date:Grade child is entering in school this year: E-mail:-----------------Name: Age: Male / FemaleDate of birth: Baptism date:Grade child is entering in school this year: E-mail:-----------------** Please list any special learning problems for each child: _______** Please list any special health problems for each child: (Diabetic, food allergies, etc.)** Other helpful information we should know:
  9. 9. V o l u m e 2 0 , I s s u e 3 2 P a g e 9 September 2011 Usher ScheduleDay: Date: Service: Lead Usher Team:Thu. 01-Sep 7:00 pm C. Arthur Carl Zimonick; Gary Kirchman; Dick ZimonickSun. 04-Sep 7:45 am A. Knaus Clarence Ney; Josh VanKauwenberg; Jerry VanKauwenbergSun. 04-Sep 9:15 am D. Wians Lonnie Peerenboom; Todd Korth; Barb Korth; Davis LaMarche; Dan RicherSun. 04-Sep 10:45 am R. Bruhn Rich Ryman; Sue Bruhn; Richard ChristiansonThu. 08-Sep 7:00 pm P. Kuehl Bill Baneck; †UN; †UNSun. 11-Sep 7:45 am J. Kielpikowski Chad Kielpikowski; Ron Klumb; †UNSun. 11-Sep 9:15 am R. Vande Hei Walt Juhnke; Tiffany Duff; Brian Duff; Chelsea Vande Hei; Rachel Vande HeiThu. 15-Sep 7:00 pm B. Clayton Anthony Clayton; †UN; †UNSun. 18-Sep 7:45 am M. Dalebroux Andrew Prescher; Al Brietlow; Barry DalebrouxSun. 18-Sep 9:15 am D. Bitters Robin Williams; Frank Helebrant; Don Schultz; Shelly Williams; Trey BoerschingerSun. 18-Sep 10:45 am M. Charles Don Larson; Karen Kiekhaefer; Hunter AlftThu. 22-Sep 7:00 pm C. Arthur Carl Zimonick; Gary Kirchman; Dick ZimonickSun. 25-Sep 7:45 am M. Morgan Vernon Siech; Gloria Morgan; Ralph HoerchlerSun. 25-Sep 9:15 am W. Chamberlain Randy Dyle; Roxanne Dyle; Alex Chamberlain; McKenzie Waniger; †UNSun. 25-Sep 10:45 am R. Bruhn Rich Ryman; Sue Bruhn; Richard ChristiansonThu. 29-Sep 7:00 pm P. Kuehl Bill Baneck; †UN; †UN † UN-Usher needed: If youd like to volunteer as an usher please contact the lead usher of the group youd like to join. Or contact Rich Spangenberg at (920) 983-9821 or e-mail spangenr@uwgb.eduGriefShare program returns to OSLCPastor Greg Hovland This 13 week program of allowing it to do the symptoms of being stuck infeatures biblical, Christ - God-given work for which it is grief and that you do notcentered teaching that focuses intended. Dont allow fear of need to live in bondage toon grief topics associated with what others may think keep certain emotions. You willthe death of loved ones. The you from what could help you. learn valuable informationDVD seminar features Confidentiality is very much a about facing your new nor-nationally respected grief part of this program. mal in life and renewing yourexperts and real-life stories of Yo u r b e re a vemen t hope for the future. Grief-people, followed by small group experience may be recent or related books/materials arediscussions. Past participants not so recent. You will find available for participants tohave related how helpful the encouragement, comfort and borrow.information and follow-up help in grieving the death of a GriefShare will begindiscussions were to them. spouse, child, parent, sibling, on September 15, 2011 at Many grieving people other family member or friend. 1:00 p.m. in OSLC’s parlor.find they are only beginning the No matter what the cause of The cost is a $20 of healing when friends or your loved ones death, this is Contact the church officefamily have returned to their an opportunity to be around with any questions or todaily life routines. Too often people who understand what register at by phonepeople, including Christians, you are feeling. You will learn 468-4065 or e-mailtend to store their grief instead how to recognize the
  10. 10. August 2011 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 9a Super Sale set up 7a Bible study 7p P&F meeting 4 5 6 9a Staff meeting 6p Lardinois/Stoddard 2pm Lardinois/ 5:30p Youth board 9a Bible study 7p SHOW 6p Sweet Monday 6p Praise band 12:15p Brown bag Wedding rehearsal Stoddard wedding worship 7p Really bad girls 7p Worship service Packers family night7 8 9 10 11 12 137:45a Trad worship9:15a Praise worship 6p Church council 7a Bible study 7p SHOW 9a Staff meeting 4:30p Lutheran night9:15a Bible study 9a Bible study 12:15p Brown bag at the Bullfrogs10:30a Bible study 6p Praise band worship 6:30p Packers v.10:45a Trad worship 6p Trinity registration 7p Worship service Cleveland, away11a Youth paintballing 7p Really bad girls12:15p Golf outing4:15p D2 softball6:30p Basketball14 Communion 15 16 17 18 19 20Mite Box Sunday 7p Board of Education 7a Bible study 7p SHOW 9a Staff meeting 7p Packers v. Arizona, 8a Super Sale (until7:45a Trad worship 9a Bible study 12:15p Brown bag Lambeau Field 4p)9:15a Praise worship 6p Praise band worship9:15a Bible study 7p Really bad girls 7p Worship service10:30a Bible study (Missionary Elliot10:45a Trad worship Derricks visits services)5:30p D2 softball 7:45p Evangelism6:30p Basketball21 22 23 24 25 26 277:45a Trad worship 6:30p Trinity School 7a Bible study 9a Staff meeting 7p Packers v.9:15a Praise worship board 9a Bible study 7p SHOW 12:15p Brown bag Indianapolis, away9:15a Bible study 7p Fellowship 6p Praise band worship10:30a Bible study 7p Stewardship 7p Worship service10:45a Trad worship Gym floor waxing Gym floor waxing Gym floor waxing11a Youth mini golf6:30p Basketball28 Communion 29 30 31 August dates for Packers games are based on the original schedule andCook Out 9a Volleyball practice, 7a Bible Study 3:15p Volleyball do not reflect any changes which may have been caused by the NFL7:45a Trad worship Trinity/Gym 9a Bible Study Practice, Trinity/Gym labor negotiations.9:15a Praise worship 6p Praise Band9:15a Bible study Make sure these important events are on your September calendar:10:30a Bible study First day of school – Sept 1 – Packers at Lambeau Sept 12 – All board/council meet10:45a Trad worship Green Bay Trinity Sept 5 – Labor Day Sept 13 – Financial Peace starts6:30p Basketball Sept 8 – Packers at Lambeau Sept 14 – 1st day of confirmation Sept 9 – Fish fry Sept 15 – GriefShare starts Sept 11 – Fall Rally (no late service) Sept 18 – 1st day of Sunday school and adult confirmation class
  11. 11. V o l u m e 2 0 , I s s u e 3 2 P a g e 1 1 Our Saviour Lutheran Church Senior Pastor– David H. Hatch (920) 465-8118 Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Associate Pastor– Greg Hovland 120 S. Henry Street (920) 544-3614 Green Bay, WI 54302 (920) 468-4065 Church Office – Michelle Burhite (920) 468-4065 Vol. 20 No. 32, August 2011 The Voice (permit No. 59) is published monthly by Our Saviour Lutheran Church. All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced without permission. Preschool Director – Christina Scholz Edited and designed by Avra J. Juhnke. Please feel free to contact me with constructive suggestions (920) 468-3596 and comments at Thanks to those who have already commented! I am seeking more congregational input and submissions. Submissions can be sent to What do you want to read about? OSLC Business Directory Advertisements in the business directory help Our Saviour defray the cost of printing and mailing The Voice each month. If you would like to advertise in The Voice, please contact Michelle at (920) 468-4065 or by e-mail: Envision your ad here!
  12. 12. Our Saviour Lutheran Church Non-Profit Organization120 S. Henry St. U.S. Postage PaidGreen Bay, WI 54302 Permit #59(920) 468-4065 Green Bay, WI ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTEDWhat’s inside this month’s issue of The Voice? Final details of this year’s Super Sale on Aug. 20 Fancy dinners come to OSLC Important dates and events for the rest of the 2011 year A huge thank you to VBS volunteers Sunday school registration form August calendar September usher schedule Enjoy!