Come, Holy Spirit:
A Service for Pentecost
June 9, 2019
8 a.m. Emmanuel
10 a.m. St. John’s
|St. John’s Ev. Lutheran Church 313 East Montello St. Montello, WI 53949 Emmanuel Ev. Lutheran Church W1568 Evergreen Lane Montello, WI 53949|
|XW E L C O M E T O O U R C H U R C H X We extend a warm welcome to everyone today, especially our visitors. In the bulletin you’ll find an outline of today’s service, a calendar of events and other bits of information. In the red hymn book you’ll find the songs we sing and the order of service that we follow. If you would like a large print hymnal or bulletin please ask one of our ushers and they will gladly assist you. Restrooms and nursery area are located in the parish hall at Emmanuel and in the lower level and link-way at St. John’s. It’s nice to have you visit today. “Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another–and all the more, as you see the day approaching” (Hebrews 10:25). Welcome to God’s house! May God bless our worship together.|
|Pastor Peter Zietlow|
|Pastor Peter Zietlow|
|XG O D ’ S W O R D F O R T O D A Y X Jesus Pours Out His Holy Spirit – Once God made people speak many languages because of their disobedience. When the Spirit came on the great day of Pentecost in Jerusalem, God filled people with the ability to speak languages to spread the amazing good news of Jesus’ resurrection.|
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Opening Hymn CW 179 “Hail Thee, Festival Day,” v. 1-4
P: This is the day that the Lord has made.
C: Let us rejoice and be glad in it.
P: This is the day of which Jesus declared: “You will receive the power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you.
C: And you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
Psalm 118:24; Acts 1:8
Confession of Sin
P: If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, God, who is faithful and just, will forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness. 1John 1:8-9
Let us therefore humbly confess our sin to God and seek forgiveness through Jesus Christ our Savior.
C: Have mercy on us, O God, according to your unfailing love; according to your great compassion blot out our transgressions. Wash away all our iniquities, and cleanse us from our sin. Create in us clean hearts, O God, and renew a right spirit within us. Do not cast us away from your presence, or take your Holy Spirit from us. Restore to us the joy of your salvation, and grant us a willing spirit to sustain us. Psalm 51: 1,2;10-12
P: God, our Heavenly Father, has been merciful to us and has given his only Son to be the atoning sacrifice for our sins. Therefore, as a called servant of Christ and by his authority, I forgive you all your sins in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
P: Let us pray: God, we offer to you praise for the gift of your Spirit. When we are lonely, the Spirit comes to be our friend. When we are filled with doubt and lack faith, the Spirit speaks the word of truth. When we are filled with hatred, the Spirit brings to us the gift of love. For your Spirit we praise you, O God, our redeemer. Amen
P: This Day of Pentecost is witness and celebration to the pouring out of God’s Spirit upon those who believe in Christ. It is celebrated as the birthday of the Christian church. Pentecost, Greek for “the fiftieth,” is celebrated on the fiftieth day after Easter. It is a reminder that we, too, have the gift of the Spirit that was poured out upon the first century church on the Day of Pentecost. It is a reminder that we are co-heirs with Christ, to suffer with Him that we may also be glorified with him; that the manifestation of the Spirit was given for the common good; that we are all baptized by one Spirit into one body; and that the Spirit which raised Jesus from the dead lives inside believers. This gift of the Holy Spirit that was promised and given to all believers on the first Pentecost is promised for you and your children and for all whom the Lord will call.
Verse of the Day:
P: Alleluia. Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful people, and kindle in them the fire of your love. Alleluia
Congregation Hymn: CW177, verse 1
Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest,
And make our hearts your place of rest;
Come with your grace and heav’nly aid,
And fill the hearts which you have made.
P: The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity. There are many references made to the Spirit’s attributes and work in both the Old and New Testaments. The very first reference is “in the beginning“–in Genesis.
Reader 1: Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. (Genesis 1:2)
In this verse we learn that the Holy Spirit was hovering above the waters. The word “hovering” suggests a bird tenderly protecting her helpless young in the nest.
Although much is shrouded in mystery, we may be sure of this: God’s Spirit was there in the beginning, taking the formless mass, moving through the darkness, filling the emptiness, preparing the way for God to speak the creative word and bring light into the world.
We can be encouraged that God’s Holy Spirit still hovers over the darkness today. Though we may not see or feel him, yet he is there. He still moves through the emptiness of life, preparing the way for God to bring us out of the darkness and into the light once again.
Reader 2: And the Lord God formed the man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living being. (Genesis 2:7)
The Hebrew word ruah can be translated “breath” or “spirit.” The phrase “breath of life,” therefore, refers to more than simply the air that Adam
breathes. It is the animating life force that comes only from God’s Spirit. By itself, the body is simply “the dust of the ground”–a collection of chemical elements bound together as water and protein. But life comes only from the inbreathing of God’s Spirit.
All that we are and have we owe to God who has brought us to life by his Spirit. Material things do not last forever; they return to dust eventually.
Life comes only from God–both physically and spiritually. Just as we owe our physical life to the Spirit of God, we also owe our spiritual life to him as well. For without the “inbreathing” of God’s Spirit in the work of regeneration, we could not be born again.
Congregation Hymn: CW177, verses 2,3
To you, the Counselor, we cry,
To you, the gift of God most high;
The fount of life, the fire of love,
The soul’s anointing from above.
Your light to ev’ry thought impart,
And shed your love in ev’ry heart;
The weakness of our mortal state
With deathless might invigorate.
P: The Virgin Birth of Jesus Christ is a foundational doctrine of the Christian church. Both Matthew and Luke plainly ascribe the conception of Jesus Christ to the action of the Holy Spirit. Luke adds an intriguing phrase when he reports the angel Gabriel’s words to Mary: “The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you.” (Luke 1:35) . The verb for “overshadow” speaks of the direct, personal presence of God. The same verb is used in all three accounts of the Transfiguration to describe the cloud that enveloped Jesus, Moses, and Elijah (and Peter, James and John) on the mountain. From that cloud came a voice saying, “This is my Son,” even as Gabriel told Mary, “The holy one to be born will be called the Son of God.”
Since Jesus was born of Mary, we know that he was truly human. Since he was conceived through the Holy Spirit, we know that he was more than a man. He was fully God and yet fully man at the same time. Deity and humanity joined together. The Holy Spirit is not the main focus, yet he is there, acting as the “agent” of the Father’s will. He is the one who creates the human life of the Son of God.
Reader 3: And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Counselor to be with you forever. (John 14:16)
Among all the names of the Holy Spirit, none is so well known as the name “Counselor.” Many Christians also know the Greek word that it translates–parakletos. The King James Version translates it as “Comforter.” The word itself means “one who is called alongside to help.” It speaks of helping someone who cannot help himself.
Jesus spoke these words just a few hours before his crucifixion. He was comforting his disciples before the fact. But, no doubt, remembering those words after his death, resurrection and ascension meant a great deal more. Only after his departure from them did they realize what a great gift Christ had given them.
P: The Holy Spirit could not come until Jesus left the earth. Jesus said in John 16:7, “But I tell you the truth: It is for your good that I am going away. Unless I go away, the Counselor will not come to you; but if I go, I will send him to you.” Jesus goes on in the following verses to explain the Spirit’s purpose: “When he comes, he will convict the world of guilt in regard to sin and righteousness and judgment: in regard to sin, because men do not believe in me; in regard to righteousness, because I am going to the Father, where you can see me no longer; and in regard to judgment, because the prince of this world now stands condemned.”
Congregation Hymn: CW supplement 723 “Holy Spirit, the Dove Sent from Heaven,” verse 1
Holy Spirit, the dove sent from heaven,
Ever one with the One who is three,
From the Father you came,
Words of peace to proclaim,
Come and comfort us, speak tenderly.
You, the fragrance of life we are seeking,
Fill your temple, your altar make clean.
Joyous shelter of love,
Gracious friend from above,
In your care we are resting, serene.
Reader 4: At that moment heaven was opened, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and lighting on him. (Matthew 3:16)
At Christ’s baptism, the Holy Spirit descended upon him “like a dove.” The dove is a particularly appropriate symbol because it is a beautiful, graceful bird. The word also implies honesty. The Holy Spirit is pure, open and honest and produces the same qualities in the people he touches. As the dove descended from heaven, so does the Holy Spirit come down to bless the people of the earth. A dove is also a symbol of peace. The Holy Spirit brings peace to those who believe. The fact that the dove came directly to Christ shows also the personal relationship the Holy Spirit has with each believer.
This symbol of the Spirit has a great deal to say to us about the effect of the Holy Spirit on our lives. 1. He brings peace to our souls. 2. He comes quietly, without fanfare. 3. He establishes a personal relationship with us. 4. He produces gentleness within, not a harsh and critical spirit. 5. He leads us toward purity and honesty. 6. He brings God’s divine approval that we are indeed his children. 7. He leads us toward a grace-filled Christian life.
Congregation Hymn: CW supplement 723 “Holy Spirit, the Dove Sent from Heaven,” verse 2
Holy Spirit, the fire celestial,
Who on Pentecost came as foretold
To descend from on high,
And the Church occupy
As the cloud filled the temple of old;
All the baptized you seal with your promise,
All believers your gift there receive,
So that all the elect–
All in Christ–may expect
To enjoy what by grace they believe.
Reader 5: They saw what seemed to be tongues of fire that separated and came to rest on each of them. (Acts 2:3)
Fire is one of the most frequent biblical images for God’s presence with his people. There is Moses and the burning bush, the pillar of fire, the fire from the Lord consuming the burnt offering, all from Exodus and Leviticus. In Matthew 3:11, John the Baptist says, “He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and with fire.”
God sent the “tongues of fire” on the day of Pentecost as a sign that he was about to pour out the Holy Spirit in a new and powerful way. Just as the fiery pillar represented God’s personal presence with his people, the Holy spirit takes up residence in all believers. But now God’s presence will be personal and individual–thus the “tongues of fire” rested on each person individually. Where once God worked primarily in and through a nation, now he works in and through individuals.
Fire, as a symbol of the Holy Spirit, represents God’s presence, his protection, his cleansing and purifying of his people, his enabling that allows us to let our light shine brightly for Jesus Christ.
Congregation Hymn: CW supplement 723 “Holy Spirit, the Dove Sent from Heaven,” verse 3
Holy Spirit, the unction of blessing,
Sacred oil of the green olive tree,
Giving heat, giving light,
as the tent lamps ignite
And as Aaron praised God joyfully.
Blessed living and life-giving water,
Now preserve us from evil within;
For in Jesus, God’s Son,
All believers are one
In this washing that cleanses from sin.
Reader 6: Jesus said, “If you knew the gift of God and who it is that asks you for a drink, you would have asked him and he would have given you living water….Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give him will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life.” (John 4:10,13)
Water is one of the most common symbols for the Holy Spirit in the Bible. Since water is necessary for human life, the phrase “living water” is an excellent metaphor for the Spirit’s work in the human heart.
Jesus promised the woman at the well that he would give her “living water” which would satisfy her thirst forever. That “living water” becomes a “spring of water” within the heart of the believer, welling up to eternal life. It is a picture of how the Spirit works in the human heart. Through the indwelling Holy Spirit, the “living water” produces a new life that becomes evident to others.
Water is also necessary for cleansing. Ephesians 5:26 pictures this aspect of the Spirit’s work when it mentions the “washing with water through the Word.” The Word is the cleansing agent; the Spirit is the cleansing power. As the Spirit applies the Word to our lives, we are cleansed from the stain of sin and the filth of the world.
The Holy Spirit flows through believers like a mighty river of living water, bringing new life and providing deep, inner cleansing. As we yield ourselves to Christ, the abundance of the “living water” flows out to those around us.
Congregation Hymn: CW supplement 723 “Holy Spirit, the Dove Sent from Heaven,” verse 4
Holy Spirit, the wind of great power,
Source of strength and of peace and of love,
Truest Comforter, plead
As you bring all our need
To the throne of God’s glory above.
Be the light that enlightens the Scriptures;
Keep our feet from each devilish snare;
Only you can make whole
All that troubles our soul;
By your chrism*, Christ’s triumph we share. (*baptismal robe)
Reader 7: The wind blows where it pleases. You hear its sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit. (John 3:8)
Wind serves as a particularly good symbol of the Holy Spirit. As Jesus points out to Nicodemus, wind by its very nature is invisible and unpredictable. It can blow from any direction, or not at all. We feel its effect and hear it whistling through the leaves, but it is totally free from our control.
In John 20:22, Jesus breathed on his disciples and said, “Receive the Holy Spirit.” On the day of Pentecost in Acts 2:2, the Holy Spirit came with a sound like “the blowing of a violent wind.” Just as the wind filled the whole house, the disciples themselves were all filled with the Holy Spirit.
Peter uses the imagery of a driving wind to picture the writers of Scripture being carried along by the Holy Spirit in 2 Peter 1:21. As the wind moves a ship’s sails, so the Holy Spirit moved the prophets so that what they said was exactly what God wanted.
The symbol of the Holy Spirit as God’s wind ought to greatly encourage us. Only the Holy Spirit can wake us from our spiritual lethargy. He alone can rid us of the toxic fumes of unbelief and worldliness. He alone can bring the sweet aroma of heaven back into our lives.
P: Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? (1Corinthians 6:19)
Why do some Christians think that it doesn’t matter how we live as long as we are saved? Why do some people, who have been baptized as infants and confirmed, publicly declaring they are followers of Christ, go for years without following him? How can a true Christian commit acts of hatred or immorality? These issues are all addressed in 1Corinthians 6. Paul used the image of the Old Testament temple to help us understand the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. During those days, the temple represented the presence of God with his people. When the Israelites passed by the Temple Mount, they thought, God is in this place. Even the pagans of other nations understood that the God of Israel dwelled with his people in the temple at Jerusalem. The temple stood as a visible reminder that God was not far off in the heavens, but had chosen to live among his people.
Today there is no one building that Christians look to as the temple. Even though church buildings are sometimes called “the house of God,” they aren’t temples in the Old Testament sense. God now dwells in his people. Every Christian is a temple of God. Almighty God has come to live in us. We carry with us, wherever we go, the name of God, the testimony of God, the Spirit of God, and the presence of God.
How then can any believer continue living in sin? How can a Christian commit adultery? It is simply unthinkable for those who understand the high calling of being God’s temple. Remember, God’s Spirit goes with you wherever you go. He is there when you rise, when you dress, when you eat, when you drink, when you speak on the phone or send an email, when you watch TV, when you drive your car. Everywhere you go, God’s Spirit goes with you. You cannot escape him for he lives within you.
Therefore, honor God with your body. Don’t defile the Lord’s reputation by what you see, what you say, where you go, or what you do. You are God’s temple. It’s a high calling and an awesome responsibility that must not be taken lightly.
We can rely on the Holy Spirit to give us the strength necessary to follow and live for Jesus. “For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of self-discipline.” (2 Timothy 1:7).
C: “The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. If we live by the Spirit, let us also be guided by the Spirit.” (Galatians 5:22-23;25)
P: Let us pray: Holy Spirit, you have made us your dwelling place. Make us mindful of your presence in everything we do, and guide us so that we produce the fruits of your Spirit. Amen
Offering (Greet your neighbors and sign the register.)
Spirit divine, hear our prayer and make our hearts your home. Descend with all your gracious power. Come, Holy Spirit, come. Amen
The Lord’s Prayer
**Communion at St. John’s follows hymnal pages 21-24**
Communion Hymns, CW 183 “Holy Spirit, Light Divine”
185 “O Holy Spirit, Grant Us Grace”
**Emmanuel continues below…**
Closing Hymn, CW 323, “Almighty Father, Bless the Word”
As you leave today’s service, please give your completed Friendship Register sheet to an usher or pastor.
|Activities for the week of June 9-June 15|
|Sun.||8:00 A.M.||Emmanuel Worship|
|10:00 A.M.||St. John’s Worship with communion|
|11:15 A.M.||Bible Information Class at St. John’s|
|Wed.||6:30 P.M.||St. John’s Worship|
|Thurs.||10:00 a.m.||Montello Care Center Devotion|
|6:00 P.M.||St. John’s School Board meeting|
|Theme for Next Sunday June 16, 2019 Father’s Day: Trinity Sunday|
|8:00 A.M.||Emmanuel Worship|
|10:00 A.M.||St. John’s Worship|
|11:15 A.M.||Bible Information Class at St. John’s|
INTERCESSORY PRAYERS – For those hospitalized, ill, shut-in and facing trials: George Alexander, Ron Blada, Pat Bornick, Pastor Raymond Cox (Marjorie’s Fabian’s brother), Gene & Sharon Crook, Harley & Liola Crown & son Terry, Agnes Dassow, Jerre Duerr, Reinold Eckelberg, Elaine Emond (Mark’s mother), Earl Ewert, Marjorie Fabian, Harold Fandrey, Mike Farrell, Kellen Grucza (Judy Fandrey’s daughter), Dawn Hirn (Linda Krause’s niece), Xzander Jahr, Bob Klapper (Sandy’s husband), Arden “Bill” Klimke, Linda Krause, Jim Kunde (our former SJ member), Delvin Mittelsteadt, Jean Muhlenbeck (WELS member at Zion–Bristol, St. John’s visitor), Debbie Parrish, Arlene Prill, LuAnn Reber, Mark & Peggy Russell (Elsa’s son & daughter in-law), Carol Schumann, Dennis Schwanke (Mary Isberner’s friend), Amanda Stalker, Jennifer Strauss, Dennis & Ramona Wacholtz, Donny Weber (Betty’s son), Heidi Weishaar (Dennis & Sharon Kekow’s daughter), Karl Whitrock, Millie Wildt (John’s wife) – (added this week: Marjorie Fabian)
– For our high school and college graduates (see list of graduates, please give updates to Ciara)
– For those who serve in the military, including our St. John’s member, Dan Finger (see photo, pg. 16, 2nd from the left) stationed in the Middle East
– For our communicants at St. John’s
2019 GRADUATES Hunter Bagley, Hunter Kamenick, Miranda Kraus, Sara Oechsner, Brooke Postler, Lyla Roush, Parker Stelter, Quentin Swanke, Drew Torres, Marshal Walker
Congratulations to Marshal Walker for being this year’s Montello High School Valedictorian and Parker Stelter for being this year’s Montello High School Salutatorian. Blessings to you all in your future! (If any 2019 graduates are missed, please let Ciara in the office know.)
MANY THANKS to those who helped at yesterday’s Work Day at St. John’s
THANK YOU Dear St. John’s School and Church friends,
Thank you so much for the outpouring of cards, gifts, well wishes, and prayers as I move on to a new adventure in my life. They are all greatly appreciated. I pray that the ministry here at St. John’s and Emmanuel will continue to grow and prosper. Thank you again and God’s blessings to all. Yours in Christ, Karin Stellick
VBS This year’s Vacation Bible School will be June 24-28 at St. John’s. Camp Phillip will be hosting again! This year’s theme is “BigFootPrints to Follow”. We are accepting 3K-8th graders! 3K/4K will run from 8:00am-11:30am. Kindergarten-8th grade will run 8:00am-2:00pm. Stop in or call the office 297-2866 to register today!
VBS DONATIONS Donations needed for this year’s Vacation Bible School are as follows: 10-20 blindfolds, bubbles, rope or masking tape, prize items from the dollar store, sand, bubble bath solution, Elmer’s glitter glue, colored glitter, baking soda, contact lens solution containing boric acid and sodium borate, river rocks, colored tissue paper, contact paper, butter, sugar, cinnamon, fresh fruit (any), any yogurt, maple syrup, regular marshmallows, mini marshmallows, pretzel sticks, chocolate or vanilla pudding or strawberry yogurt, cake cones, apples, chocolate vanilla or banana pudding, popcorn, raisins, banana chips, goldfish, M&M’s, sunflower seeds, chocolate rice chex, bananas, graham crackers, Nutella. There is a drop box located in St. John’s link way or stop by the office. Any donation is appreciated! Thank you!
NEW MEMBERSHIP CLASS began on 4/28 11:15am at St. John’s. Join us in the link-way conference room for an hour or so after the 10am SJ worship service.
UNCLAIMED DISHES IN CHURCH KITCHEN Please check the accumulation of unclaimed dishes in the St. John’s kitchen. Items unclaimed by the end of June will be disposed of.
MEDITATIONS “Meditations” WELS daily devotional booklets began on 6/2 and are available in the church entry (many thanks to our generous members for covering the $2K/yr cost)
PLEASE BE RESPECTFUL of your fellow worshipers preparing their hearts for worship. If you are visiting with others, please keep your voices down. Thank you!
USHER AND GREETER SCHEDULE If you are signed up to be a St. John’s usher and/or greeter, please pick up your hard copy of April-May and June-July in St. John’s Information Room. Schedules will be available for pick up every 2 months.
LITTLE LAMBS PRE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN Pick up your 3K/4K registration form in the office today! Please help spread the word!
CHECK OUT OUR UPDATED INFORMATION ROOM This room is located at the top of St. John’s link way stairs and the church entry way. Here you will find bulletin boards labeled “Home Missions” and “LWMS”. Home Missions will provide information on what’s going on at St. John’s church and school, events, educational and youth group updates. You will also find informational brochures and magazines, usher and greeter schedules, the church newsletter, children’s coloring sheets and crayons and other miscellaneous information related to our church and school. Please help yourself!
CHRISTIAN ONE-LINERS (from a WELS pastor): “People are funny; they want the front of the bus, the middle of the road, and back of the church..”
ACH What is ACH? Automated Clearing House is an electronic payments network use by individuals, businesses, financial institutions and government organizations. The network functions as an efficient, electronic alternative to paper checks. It allows funds to be electronically debited or credited to a checking account, savings account, financial institution general ledger account or credited to a loan account. Please pick your form up in the Information Room or the office today.
EMMANUEL OFFERING OPTIONS In addition to the traditional offering envelope option for our weekly offerings, Emmanuel is inviting any members to consider direct payment (weekly or monthly) from your bank’s checking or savings account to the church’s account. If you are interested in this option, please phone or e-mail Monika Waisbrot (608-286-3937 email@example.com), branch manager at Fortifi Bank–Montello, who can help you make it happen. (business cards are available on the Meditations shelf)
OUR KIDS GAME $931.11 TO MISSIONS THIS YEAR The mission projects of our day school, Little Lambs, and Sunday School kids have been completed for 2018-2019. Kids C.A.R.E. mission gift given by our day school and Little Lambs students totaled $594.07 for the home mission project: Kids Summer Bible Camps. This amount will be pooled with gifts from kids all over the U.S. and presented at the Lutheran Women’s Missionary Society Convention, June 27-30, in Des Moines, Iowa. St. John’s Sunday School students’ mission gift totaled $337.04 for our WELS Camp Phillip in Wautoma.
MEMBER Dan Finger (top left) who is currently serving in the Middle East. Thank you to all who serve!
OFFICE HOURS I will be in the office Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 8:00am-4:00pm and Thursdays 8:00am-2:00pm. Thanks! –Ciara Neuhauser
TASTE OF MISSIONS—An Event Meant for the Whole Family! Join us on July 13, 2019, at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in Mequon, Wis., for the first annual Taste of Missions event! Starting at 12:00 P.M., sample ethnic cuisine from some of our mission fields while enjoying fellowship and presentations from home and world missionaries alike. Meet former missionaries and committee members who have served WELS Missions and hear stories of God’s magnificent grace in action at home and abroad. View displays, participate in family-friendly activities coordinated by our missionaries, and ask questions about the ups and downs of mission work during a panel discussion. We will conclude the event at 4:00 P.M. with a special worship service celebrating the blessings the Lord has showered on WELS Missions. Registration is $5 per person, with children under the age of five attending for free. Register by June 30 at wels.net/tasteofmissions2019.
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|St. John’s Altar Committee June 2019||Diane Eisermann & Delores Cotte|
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