DON‟T MISS THE „SPICE OF LIFE‟ DINNER – Come join us for the 2nd Spice of Life Dinner: POP are in the office). Please take one (take two and share with a friend). The January 2012 CouncilAn Escape Through Europe on Saturday, March 24! Gym doors open at 6:00 p.m. with optional wine minutes and March issue of The Voice are also available and can be found at the Welcome Center.service beginning at 6:15 and the five course pasta meal served promptly at 6:30. Childcare will be EASTER YOUTH EVENTS PLANNED – Tie-dyeing will take place on Saturday, March 31 at 6provided at no cost to guests as well as vocal music provided by NEWLHS students. Tickets ($25 p.m. in the youth room. We will be dyeing t-shirts and eggs for the Sunday school Easter egg hunt oneach lowered from $35) are on sale until Sunday, March 18 at the church office during the week visit Sunday morning after the pageant (approximately 11:45am). Bring your own items to dye (t-shirts,the Welcome Center between services. Please call Avra (920-360-7544) with questions (and alternate socks, bandanas, etc.). We are also taking donations of plastic eggs, baskets and that pesky grass. :-)ticket purchase options) or if you can help with serving and/or set-up…youth and adults are welcome.This is a non-public event. IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR READER – We have an immediate opening in our reader schedule for the 9:15am service. If you would like to become a regular reader or if you are already a reader and“OPEN SAYS-A-ME” – In order to make access to the building easier for some visitors and want to pick up some additional Sundays, please call Michelle at 468-4065.members, we are looking to add handicap accessible doors to both sets of doors at the South entrance.Donations and memorials are now being requested to cover the cost of this new project. Please SPRING BREAK IS COMING! – Take advantage of that week off and have the kids help you tocontact Pastor Dave, or Michelle in the office at 468-4605 or firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information. pack up those clothes that no longer fit, the toys that are no longer played with, etc. The doors to the church are open from 8-4:30pm Monday thru Friday for you to bring those donations for this year‟sCHICKS WITH STIX ARE AT IT AGAIN! – Chicks with Stix will meet on Wednesday, March „Kids‟ Only Sale‟. The date of the sale, Saturday, May 19, is just two months away! Have donations21 at 1pm in the Conference Room. Everyone is welcome! Pillowcase dress kits can be picked up that aren‟t quite right for this sale? Bring „em along and we‟ll add them to the stash for the Superfrom the purple tub in the coat room and we are looking for anyone interested in making teddy bear Sale later this year. Those who wish to volunteer for the Kids‟ Only Sale can contact Maggie Hinz atpillows. This month we will send 42 dresses, 30 dolls and 2 sweaters to Haiti; several dishrags were email@example.com (note the change) or contact the church office at (920) 468-4065.also donated to Freedom House. Keep working on hats, scarves, mittens, dolls, etc.; the need is notgetting any smaller! During this meeting we will also discuss our quilting project this summer. TASTE OF TRINITY – Thank you for your prayers for, attendance at, donations to and support of the 6th Annual Green Bay Trinity Lutheran School „Taste of Trinity‟ dinner and auction. TheIS IT SCRIP TIME? – There is no time like today to start buying SCRIP from Our Saviour! A operative word for the evening was “Fun.” It was gratifying to see such overwhelming support forpercentage of each card sold automatically becomes a donation to OSLC. You plan to buy groceries Christian education from the Lutheran community in the Green Bay area.or gas, or you plan to eat out, OSLC gets a donation. To learn more, stop by the Welcome Centertoday or come to the office during regular business hours. If you have (or will have) a child at Green GOOD NEWS NIGHT AT MOES IN GREEN BAY – On Tuesday, March 13th, everyone isBay Trinity, OSL Preschool or in the youth group, ask about our „tuition reimbursement‟ program. invited to eat at Moes Southwestern Grill on Oneida St. near Lambeau Field. From 5-9pm, the Good NEWS Lutheran Schools will receive 15% of the profits from all meals ordered. Come out and enjoyLENTEN SUPPERS – A supper will be offered between the 4 and 6:30pm services on Wednesdays a great meal in support of our great Lutheran schools. Tell your friends, too. The more the merrier!during Lent. Pick up a schedule of Lenten services at the Welcome Center. If your group wants toserve the meal one night, please contact Larry Segriff at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (920) 391-0473. VOLUNTEER AT CAMP LUTHER! – Join us for a Spring Workbee Weekend, April 27-29 or May 18-20 or just call to set up another time to volunteer. Workbees are great fun for adults andGIVE AND TAKE – When you donate (give) used cell phones, empty prescription pill bottles, families; it runs from Friday night thru Sunday lunch. It‟s FREE and it‟s a great way to give back as aaluminum cans, beads, and coupons, you remove it (take) from the landfills…you donate something family and help children learn about Christian service. Join us! Register at www.campluther.com.you no longer need but others benefit from them. We also collect knitting/sewing materials, Box Topsfor Education, Labels for Education, Capri Sun pouches, specially marked milk caps, and Coke SPRING BOOYAH! – Come and support Redeemer Lutheran Church by buying hot Booyah to meltreward codes (bottle caps & multi-packs). These items benefit medical mission trips, overseas away those winter blues. Mark your calendars for Saturday, March 24th from 10am-1pm. Pre-ordersmilitary families, local missions, GB Trinity Lutheran School, Camp Luther and OSLC. are available through the Redeemer web-site www.redeemerlutherangb.com or by calling 499-1033. Pre-orders are to be picked up on March 24th from 9am-10:30am (if this time does not work, pleasePRESCHOOL READY TO ENROLL – OSLC Preschool is enrolling for next year. Call 468-4065 call to make arrangements. Prices: $6/quart and $18/gallon. Thank you for your support.for more information or for registration materials. Age is based on September 1, 2012 (must be 3 or 4by September 1 to enroll). If your 5 year old isn‟t quite ready for Kindergarten, we would welcome BETHESDA THRIFT SHOP IS COMING BACK! – The Bethesda Thrift Shop, 336 N Militaryhim or her to join the 4-year-old Monday/Wednesday/Friday class! Ave, Green Bay, is accepting donations of gently used clothing, small kitchen appliances, furniture, household items, etc. Donations will be accepted Monday thru Friday from 9am-5pm untilHERE FOR THE TAKING – Lenten Devotional booklets (it‟s not too late to start using these daily Wednesday, March 28…then donations will be accepted during normal business hours. Proceedsdevotions) and the April-June issue of Portals of Prayer are both available in the Narthex (large print
support the Bethesda Lutheran Communities mission to enhance the lives of people with intellectual WEEKEND OF MARCH 11, 2012and developmental disabilities through services that share the good news of Jesus Christ. OUR SAVIOUR LUTHERAN CHURCHTHRIFT SHOP OFFERS VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES – Volunteers of all ages are neededat the new Bethesda Thrift Shop. Daily, weekly, or monthly time commitments for cashiers, sorters, “We’re Open on Sundays!”and general retail positions plus light carpentry and building maintenance are available. Store hours 120 South Henry, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54302will be Monday thru Friday from 9am-7pm, Saturdays from 9am-5pm and Sundays from noon-4pm. Web: www.oslc-gb.orgFamilies, retirees and individuals interested in volunteering can visit the shop (Monday thru Fridday +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++from 9am-5pm) or call Laura Sackmann at (920) 224-5406. OUR SAVIOUR CONTACT INFORMATION Michelle Burhite, Church Office 468-4065/Fax: 468-5757 email@example.com David H. Hatch, Sr Pastor 465-8118/Emergency: 609-0248 firstname.lastname@example.org Greg Hovland, Assoc Pastor 544-3614 email@example.com WHAT’S UP THIS WEEK AT OUR SAVIOUR Christina Scholz, Preschool Director 468-3596 firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday March 11 Weds (cont.) WHO IS SERVING IN HIS HOUSE THIS WEEK Communion 3:00 pm Youth Night Altar Guild for March: Michele Staszak, Julie Arts and Norma Teske Mite Box Sunday 4:00 pm Worship Service Daylight Saving Time-2am 5:00 pm Supper In Gym The Eternal Flame is provided by Carol Helebrant and family in memory of Frank Helebrant. 7:45 am Traditional Worship 5:20 pm Adult Confirmation Class DAY DATE TIME ORGANIST USHER ELDER ACOLYTE READER 9:15 am Praise Worship 6:30 pm Financial Peace University Weds Mar 7 4:00 pm Stephenie H Jerry B Steve R Kylie M Joseph P 9:15 am Bible Study 6:30 pm Worship Service Weds Mar 7 6:30 pm Stephenie H Chuck A Paul C Deborah W Jordyn P 9:30 am Sunday School David C 10:30 am Bible Study Thursday March 15 Sun Mar 11 7:45 am Loren T Mike M Andrew P Brody W Henry G 10:45 am Traditional Worship 6:00 pm Praise Band Practice Sun Mar 11 9:15 am Band Dave W Dave W Hunter A Kellie M w/Holy Baptism Robin W 6:30 pm Open Gym/Basketball Saturday March 17 Bruce M 11:00 am Gym Rental Sun Mar 11 10:45 am Loren T Royal B Royal B Ericka B Mike C Monday March 12 Lives Touched By the Gospel February 27-March 4: 468 6:00 pm Church Council Sunday March 18 (This number does not include Sunday School, Bible Classes or our 4 Preaching Stations) 7:45 am Traditional Worship Tuesday March 13 9:15 am Bible Study WELCOME VISITORS! – We are very happy that you chose to join us and pray that you feel the 7:00 am Bible Study 9:15 am Praise Worship warmth of the Son as you worship with us today. We ask that you please fill out the Fellowship Pad 9:00 am Bible Study w/Sunday School Assist in the pew rack with today‟s date, your name(s), address, phone number, etc. We invite you to come 6:30 pm Cub Scout Meeting 9:30 am Sunday School back soon. A service schedule for Lent, Holy Week and Easter can be found at the Welcome Center. 7:00 pm Choir Practice 10:30 am Bible Study SUNDAY SCHOOL – The nursery is open (in the lower level) during the 9:15am service for children 10:45 am Traditional Worship toddling thru age 3; Sunday School children (age 4 to grade 6) will go to class after the Children‟s Sermon Wednesday March 14 6:30 pm Open Gym/Basketball during the 9:15am service. Sunday School registration forms can be found in the office hallway. 12:00 pm Staff Meeting SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY CLASS – Please come to the Parlor each Sunday morning at 9:15 or 10:30am for our all new Bible study. Pastors Dave and Greg have something great ready for you! LAST WEEK‟S GIVING REPORT (Our 2012 approved budget calls for $9,951.12 per week) NEW OUTREACH BEGINS – We are again taking part in „Help for the Homeless‟, collecting Total gifts for ministry February 27-March 4: $10,291.76 donations of personal hygiene and cleaning supplies thru March 25 for shelters in Brown County.