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Pastor John Davis

Pastor Mike Weider

]g Pastor John Davis Pastor Mike Weider Welcome! We extend a special welcome to our guests,

Welcome! We extend a special welcome to our guests, visitors and all who join us in worship today. Please let us know of your presence or any prayer requests you have by filling out one of the cards in the pew rack and placing them in the offering plate. We hope that our church home becomes your church home and the spiritual place where you grow through the Word of God.

Nursery care for children up to three years old is located on the main floor of the Welcome Center across from the library. Older children attending the church service are encouraged to borrow a Toddler Tote filled with activities as you enter the Sanctuary.

Concerning the Sacrament of the Altar We believe that Jesus offers Himself to us in the Sacrament His true body and blood, for the forgiveness of sins. We also share the scriptural concern for those who participate in the Lord’s supper that they recognize what they are receiving (1 Corinthians 11:27). Therefore, we ask that all who desire to receive the Lord’s Supper please carefully examine themselves using the communion information card found in the pew rack. Communion is celebrated on the 1 st and 3 rd Sundays at both services. For those who desire, we offer gluten-free wafers (please indicate your desire to the Pastor or Elder) and non-alcoholic wine (located in the rose colored cups in the center of the individual cup tray).

The Ultimate Jesus The Ultimate Sacrifice

November 8, 2015

OPENING

8:00 am

“Lord, Enthroned in Heavenly Splendor”

LSB 534 vs. 1, 3-4

10:45 am

“This is Amazing Grace” “By His Wounds”

INVOCATION

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SONG 10:45 am

“Lead Me to the Cross”

CONFESSION OF SINS

P:

C: We confess that we are by nature sinful and unclean. We have sinned against you in thought, word, and deed, by what we have done and by what we have left undone. We have not loved you with our whole heart; we have not loved our neighbors as ourselves. In fact we have often loved ourselves, and the things of this world more than anything else. Our idols are many. We justly deserve Your present and eternal punishment. For the sake of Your Son, Jesus Christ, have mercy upon us. Forgive us, renew us, and lead us, so that we may delight in your will and walk in your ways, even the way of sacrifice, to the glory of your holy name. Amen.

FORGIVENESS OF SINS

Most merciful God,

8:00 am

HYMN OF PRAISE

NEW TESTAMENT READING

SPECIAL MUSIC

GOSPEL READING

STATEMENT OF FAITH

“The Lamb”

Hebrews 9:24-28

“Days of Elijah”

Mark 15:33-39

Nicene Creed

Bible page 1006

Praisemakers

Bible page 853

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CHILDREN’S MESSAGE

OFFERING SONG

MESSAGE

HYMN OF RESPONSE

10:45 am

“Not All the Blood of Beasts”

“Stricken, Smitten, and Afflicted”

T T T

LSB 431

Pastor John Davis

LSB 451

STATEMENT OF FAITH

Nicene Creed

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GOSPEL READING

Mark 15:33-39

Bible page 853

NEW TESTAMENT READING

Hebrews 9:24-28

Bible page 1006

CHILDREN’S MESSAGE

OFFERING

“Man of Sorrows”

MESSAGE

Pastor John Davis

8:00 and 10:45 am

PRAYERS

LORD’S PRAYER

LSB back cover / screens

BENEDICTION

 

CLOSING

8:00 am

“When I Survey the Wondrous Cross”

LSB 425

10:45 am

“The Wonderful Cross”

 

Today’s flowers are given by the Call family in loving memory of Stanley, beloved husband, father and grandfather and Shannnon Wolfe celebrating the birthday of her mother, Nelza Fiebig

 

DISCIPLESHIP STUDY OPPORTUNITIES

 

SUNDAYS

9:30 am Families and Children

 

Nursery (2 and under) & parents Grades Preschool (ages 3 4) 5 th & parents Grades 6 - 12 & parents

 

(Welcome Center Nursery) (Loomis Center Stage room) (Loomis Center High School room)

SUNDAYS

9:30 am

Adults

The Book of Judges - God’s Kingdom Revealed Through Flawed Heroes” It is human nature to want to have “larger-than-life” heroes - men or women who rise above the fray, and do great things. This is how we often view Bible heroes, yet reality somewhat differs from our desires, perhaps nowhere is this more evident than in the book of Judges, a historical compilation of the leaders and rulers of God’s people from the time of the culmination of the conquest of Canaan until the time of the Kings. Grab a cup of coffee and join Pastor Davis’ study group. (Loomis Center)

“Lost Books?” Were some books intentionally excluded from the Bible? Why did certain texts qualify as divinely inspired, which ones didn’t make the cut, and which texts were deemed useful or instructive – though not canonical in the life of the early

church? Pat Croll and Alan Bishop lead this study.

 

(Welcome Center - Library)

“God’s Word for Today: Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah” tells of the call for “God's people to repent of their sins, exercise

justice among the oppressed, and look to the Messiah. Although written against Nineveh, Nahum brings "good news" to believers.

In this evil world of ours, Habakkuk declares that "the righteous will live by

faith."

Zephaniah points to the "day of the LORD"

when His people will be saved and the wicked punished.” This study led by Tim Gandre and Tony Rylander.

 

(Welcome Center 2 nd floor)

DISCIPLESHIP STUDY OPPORTUNITIES

WEDNESDAYS 6:00 pm Living In 3D Its not just for kids but for the whole family! Join us for dinner ($1 per person) before

At 7:00 pm we break into groups that cover PK-4 th grade kids’ program, 5 th -6 th grade classes, 7 th -8 th grade

Confirmation class and an adult Bible study (currently the book of Romans). Come connect and see the difference it will make in

your life.

THURSDAYS 6:30 pm Young(er) Couples Group Are you a Young(er) Couple? Looking for a way to plug-in, grow in your walk with Christ and form friendships with other couples? We meet Thursday evenings from 6:30 - 8:00 pm getting to know each

other and digging into a study of God’s Word together. Kids or no kids, 10 years of marriage or only 10 months, this group is for

you to strengthen and support Christian friendships and families.

worship at 6:30 pm.

(Welcome Center 2 nd floor)

(Welcome Center 2

nd

floor)

IN OUR HEARTS & PRAYERS

Members: Ron Adams; Elsie Calafell; Sam Engman; Ursula Fitzner; Sheri Fryer; George & Karen Garland; Elnora Goerner; Toni Greason; Edna Hemingway; Priscilla Johansen; Irene Langehennig; Marie Lau; Maribel Liñan; Norris Miertschin; Butch Nash; Betty Pampell; Phyllis Radcliff; Dennis & Trish Riske; Ed Sanders; Mary Smith; Dorothy Swain; Don & Cathie Thomas; Addison Varner.

Friends & Family: Pamela Brown (Diana Marquardt’s daughter); Melinda Cieszinski (Stephen Leffingwell’s sister); Craig Corder (Bill Cook’s brother-in-law); Suzan Dohty (Pastor & Elva Musgrove’s daughter); Jeff Falk (Bob Plautz’s brother-in-law); Bob Fay (Erika Johnson’s father); Audrey Hansen (Glenn Hansen’s mother); Donnie Heinrich (Leslie Sandifer’s father); Walter Holmes (Kathryn Johnson’s father); Brendan Husfeld (Rich & Linda Husfeld’s nephew); Roger & Christine Ibarra (Rachel Peckenpaugh’s sister and brother-in-law); Marc Jordan (Jimmy & Ann Adele Ross’ friend); Betty Maeker (Brenda Davis’ mother); Bobby Norris (Robin Stankus’ uncle); Joanna Odham (preschool teacher); Katie Ondrias (Holly Martinez’s friend); Gilbert Rippe (Joyce Adams’ brother); Helen Russo (Jimmy & Ann Adele Ross’ friend); (Roger & Olga Segura (Rachel Peckenpaugh’s parents); Bryce; Wayne Toye (Jennifer Pergande’s father); Bob Wagner (Judy Wagner’s brother); Troy Williams (Charlotte Graesser’s son) and Michelle Willis (former MLC member).

Military Friends & Family: Kyle Appelt, USAF (Keith & Laura Evans’ nephew); Colorado; Stephen Appelt, USMC (Keith & Laura Evans’ nephew), CA; Joel Davidson, US Army (son-in-law of Ron & Debby Ferguson); Germany; Jeffrey Gruetzmacher, USN, and Travis Lundy, USMC (Holly Trotchie’s cousin), Iraq.

OUR THANKS TO THOSE SERVING TODAY

Acolytes

8:00 am:

Katie Goerner; Matthew Reisner

10:45 am:

Reese Hensley; Mitchell Slater

Altar Guild

Donna Gruetzmacher; Kristie Just; Mildred Nietsche; Jan Schulze; Shannon Wolfe; Lynn Yates

Audio

8:00 am:

Bob Plautz; Trevor Stall

10:45 am:

Chris Lafferty; Bob Plautz

Elder

8:00 am:

Russ Stall

Elder

10:45 am:

David Elmore

Greeters

8:00 am:

Pat and Teresa Croll

10:45 am:

Billy and Dottie Placke

Nursery

8:00 am:

Tracy Scroggins

10:45 am:

Meredith Bretting; Evans Family

Ushers

8:00 am:

Richard Greason; Ricky Nietsche; Steve Schulze; Jeff Gruetzmacher; Alan Ostermann

10:45 am:

George Hintz; Joe Pier; Nelson Scroggins; Jim Slater; Rob Whittecar

Treasurer’s Weekly Report

submitted by Nelson Scroggins

November 1, 2015

Year to date 2015

Offerings expected in budget

$699,824.89

Offerings

$ 23,903.25

$745,261.62

Other income

68.00

$ 39,888.25

Total income

$ 23,971.25

$785,149.87

Expenses

November 1, 2015

($824,388.32)

Expenses previous week number

October 25, 2015

($790,656.96)

Last week’s expenses

November 1, 2015

($ 33,731.36)

 

November 1, 2015

Life to date 2015

Rise Up and Build Income

$253,078.00

$2,017,517.62

Interest Earned from Church Extension Fund 1.75%

$

28,185.89

Individual contributions directly to preschool

$

96,401.18

Corporate matching donations to preschool

$

68,437.22

(designated for non-building expenses like playground equipment, furnishings, computers, etc.) Rise Up and Build Total income

$2,210,541.91)

Rise Up and Build Expenses

($

615,950.16)

OWNER or STEWARD? Some people view themselves as owners of everything they have. "I worked for it, I saved it, I deserve it

it's mine."

Other people know that everything they possess belongs to God and that they are only the managers, or stewards, of God's "stuff".

So which one are you: Owner or Steward? The answer to that question really does make a difference in how we manage the money and possessions entrusted to us!

MEMORIAL’S WEEK AT A GLANCE November 8 - 15, 2015

Sunday ~ 8 th

8:00 am

Worship Service

9:15 am

Men’s Chorus

9:30 am

Altar Guild

9:30 am

Bible Studies

10:45 am

Worship Service

1:00 pm

Servicios en Español

Monday ~ 9 th

6:00 pm

Boy Scouts

7:00 pm

Children’s Handbells

7:00 pm

Joyful Ringers

7:00 pm

Women’s Bible Study @ Zoe’s Kitchen

7:00 pm

Women In Mission (WIM)

Tuesday ~ 10 th

9:45 am

Tuesday Bible Study

Martin Luther’s birthday, 1483

7:00 pm

Building Committee

7:00 pm

Elders

Wednesday ~ 11 th

9:15 am

Memorial Moms

Veteran’s Day

6:00 pm

Living in 3D

7:15 pm

Praisemakers

Thursday ~ 12 th

6:30 pm

Young(er) Couples

7:00 pm

Leadership Team

Friday ~ 13 h

12:30 pm

Memorial Quilters

7:00 pm

Our Redeemer Telugu Bible study

Saturday ~ 14 th

9:00 am

Worship Band

9:30 am

Memorial Moms

9:30 am

Lunches of Love’s Walk of Love & 5k Fun Run

Sunday ~ 15 th

8:00 am

Communion Worship Service

9:30 am

Bible Studies

10:45 am

Communion Worship Service

12:00 pm

Voter’s Meeting (sandwich lunch w/donation to

1:00 pm

support KCM fundraiser) Servicios en Español

6:00 pm

Iron Men