Announcements at Immanuel

May 31, 2020 Announcements

immanuelosmond | 29 May, 2020 12:36

WE WELCOME EVERYONE who has worshipped with us this morning. We hope you will be able to worship with us again soon.

OUR READER for this morning is Dwight Kahny. Next Sunday, the reader will be Doug Hartner. Helping with communion next Sunday will be Dwight Kahny and Paul Koehler.

PLEASE HELP us keep the church clean and sanitary by taking all of your personal possessions and trash with you as you leave church today.

LUTHERAN HOUR MINISTRIES produce and airs radio and TV programming around the world in more than 80 languages. The Lutheran Hour is the flagship radio program for Lutheran Hour Ministries. This 30-minute broadcast is the world’s oldest continually broadcast Gospel radio program. It airs weekly on WJAG-AM 780 or FM105.9 at 7:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

THE IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CEMETERY will be mowed on Monday, June 1st at 6:00 p.m. The following members are asked to please come and help mow:

Beau Simpson

Mike Slagle

Jon Stanosheck

Ross Stelling

Alton Streich

Dean Stueckrath

Dan Timmerman

Roger Timmerman

Tucker Timmerman

Aaron von Rentzell

Jason von Rentzell

Jerry Wagner

PLEASE NOTE!! If you cannot come Monday evening, you may come Monday afternoon or Sunday evening, but please contact your chairman, Lyle Kuhlman, at 402-748-3865. Women and older children are also welcome to help mow. We need riders, push mowers, and trimmers in order to do a good job.

BIBLE CLASSES will resume this coming week – Thursdays at 9:00 a.m., beginning June 4th and Sundays after worship, beginning June 7th. Our Sunday class will continue to study our liturgy and why we worship the way we do. Thursday mornings we will study the scripture readings for the upcoming Sunday. Everyone is welcome!

THE NEW PENTECOST BANNER hanging up this morning is in memory of Bud Veik given by Violet Veik and her family. Thank you!

SECRETARY HOURS During the month of June and until all activities are restored at Immanuel, the church secretary will only be in the office on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 8:00 a.m. until noon.

May 24, 2020 Announcements

immanuelosmond | 22 May, 2020 12:24

WE WELCOME EVERYONE who has worshipped with us this morning. We hope you will be able to worship with us again soon.

OUR READER for this morning is Kaden Polt. Next Sunday the reader will be Dwight Kahny.

PLEASE HELP us keep the church clean and sanitary by taking all of your personal possessions and trash with you as you leave church today.

LUTHERAN HOUR MINISTRIES produces and airs radio and TV programming around the world In more than 80 languages. The Lutheran Hour is the flagship radio program for Lutheran Hour Ministries. This 30-minute broadcast is the world’s oldest continually broadcast Gospel radio program. It airs weekly on WJAG-AM 780 or FM105.9 at 7:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Today --“Life After Rescue” by speaker, Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler. (Exodus 20)

THANK YOU to the members who came out to the cemetery to help mow so it would look good for Memorial Day weekend. Also, thank you to the LYF members who came to help put up the flags.

LYF MEMBERS are asked to help take down the flags at the cemetery tomorrow (Monday, May 25th) at 7:00 p.m.

THE COMMUNITY GARDEN is being planted for the benefit of our community. The produce will be for anyone who would like some. Volunteers are needed to help with all aspects of the garden. If you would like to help, contact pastor and he will help you get started! You can work once or more often as you wish.

JIM HOESTJE passed away on May 11th and a celebration of life will be held at a later date. Cards of condolences can be mailed to his wife, Phyllis Hoestje, 8933 Park St., Lenexa, KS 66215

Beckendorf May Update

immanuelosmond | 20 May, 2020 11:03

Dear Friends, Greetings again from Botswana.

Well, I guess this will be a short update; with the pandemic going on and being in lock-down nothing has really been happening here to report on. We are very grateful that Tim got us fairly well stocked up before everything closed, so we have been doing well. Some essential services have been open, and there has been opportunity to order food from some warehouses -- with a few glitches: we have ordered twice from the one place and never have gotten our orders; but friends of ours ordered four kilograms of chicken legs (about five pounds) and received 22 kg of legs (about 48 pounds). We were glad to help them out with their extra. On the other hand, we ordered ten boxes of matches from a different place and received 100 boxes and so can share those. God has been good, and has supplied all our needs (though it makes me wonder what is coming that we need so many matches!).

Botswana is starting to open up a little more (only six active cases of the virus right now), though rules could be tightened again if the number of people getting sick spikes. The problem is that the new rules for businesses and public places are hard for most businesses to implement, so many of them are just not opening or are having very restricted hours. That makes it chancy to try and go out and get things done since we still need to request permits to leave our house which are shown at all police check points. Hopefully these restrictions will be further loosened in the near future.

Work-wise we aren't sure what the translators are up to. Splash and Moronga were supposed to upload their completed work every Friday, but so far Moronga has only been able to accomplish this once; Splash, not at all. We are thinking this is due to technical problems; communication has been very difficult with them. We are praying that work is still actually being done, that it's just a case of not being able to upload it to where Tim can see it. It should be interesting to see what has been done when they can all get together again. Otherwise the pandemic really hasn't affected our family too much, homeschooling is still happening whether the boys want to do it or not.

Praises: - Thanksgiving for supplies and friends who share.

- Thanksgiving that we and the translators can work from home.

- Thanksgiving that we have a lot of space in which to be 'locked down' (a farm).

Prayers: * Please pray that the translators and Tim would be able to continue work, each on his own (typically the translators are much more productive when they work in a group).

* Please pray that our team will reach our goal for the year.

* Please pray for Botswana, that the virus spread would be minimal and people would take precautions.

Thank you again for all of your prayers on our behalf.

Tim, Lisa, Aaron & Andrew Beckendorf

May 17 2020 Announcements

immanuelosmond | 20 May, 2020 10:59

PLEASE HELP us keep the church clean and sanitary by taking all of your personal possessions and trash with you as you leave church today.

WE WELCOME EVERYONE who has worshipped with us this morning. We hope you will be able to worship with us again soon.

THE LORD’S SUPPER is celebrated at this congregation in glad confidence that our Lord gives to us not only bread and wine but His very Body and Blood to eat and drink for the forgiveness of sins and the strengthening of our union with Him and with one another. Our Lord invites to His table those who trust His words, repent of all sins, and do not refuse to forgive and love as He forgives and loves us, that they may proclaim His death until He comes. We are genuinely interested in the spiritual welfare of all who worship with us. We, therefore, respectfully ask all guests who desire to commune with us today, first speak with the Pastor or the elders before the service begins. For further study on this sacrament, see Matthew 26:26-29 and 1 Corinthians 11:17-34.

OUR READER for this morning is Paul Koehler and next Sunday our reader will be Kaden Polt.

Helping with communion this morning are Doug Hartner and Larry Krohn, with Paul Koehler and Dwight Kahny assisting.

THE CANDLELIGHTERS for this morning are Kenzie von Rentzell and Riley Wagner. Next Sunday they will be Mason Gansebom and Tucker von Rentzell.

THE NEW EASTER BANNERS hanging in the front of the church have been gifted to Immanuel in loving memory of Timothy Pfanstiel by his family. Thank you!

LUTHERAN HOUR MINISTRIES produces and airs radio and TV programming around the world In more than 80 languages. The Lutheran Hour is the flagship radio program for Lutheran Hour Ministries. This 30-minute broadcast is the world’s oldest continually broadcast Gospel radio program. It airs weekly on WJAG-AM 780 or FM105.9 at 7:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Today --“Words Matter” by speaker, Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler. Words matter. People matter. You matter to God, and He will stop at nothing to get your attention. (Exodus 19)

THE COMMUNITY GARDEN needs empty, rinsed milk and juice jugs to serve as mini greenhouses for vegetables. Please drop them off at church and pastor will get them to the garden, or drop them off on the west side of Clark Wilke’s business downtown.

THE COMMUNITY GARDEN is being planted for the benefit of our community. The produce will be for anyone who would like some. Volunteers are needed to help with all aspects of the garden. If you would like to help, contact pastor and he will help you get started! You can work once or more often as you wish.

THE IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CEMETERY will be mowed on Wednesday, May 20th at 6:00 p.m. The following members are asked to please come and help mow:

Justin Orr Robert Petersen Greg Pfanstiel James Pfanstiel

Kevin Pfanstiel Randy Pfanstiel Loren Poellot Kent Schuettler

Wyatt Schuettler Dennis Schultze Greg Schultze Tim Schultze

PLEASE NOTE!! If you cannot come Wednesday evening, you may come in the afternoon or Tuesday evening, but please contact your chairman, Rich Lind, at 402-748-3840 so that he knows who helped and your name is not put back on the list for the next mowing. Women and older children are also welcome to help mow. We need riders, push mowers, and trimmers in order to do a good job.

LYF MEMBERS are asked to please help put up flags at the cemetery for Memorial Day weekend on Thursday evening, May 21st, at 7:00 p.m.

Announcements for May 10, 2020

immanuelosmond | 08 May, 2020 11:44

WE WELCOME EVERYONE who has worshipped with us this morning. We hope you will be able to worship with us again soon.

THE CANDLELIGHTERS for today are Leia Buchanan and Reese Johns. Next Sunday they will be Kenzie von Rentzell and Riley Wagner.

OUR READER for this morning is Dwight Kahny and next Sunday the reader will be Paul Koehler. Helping with communion next Sunday will be Doug Hartner and Larry Krohn, along with Doug Hartner and Paul Koehler.

GUIDELINES: Please follow the CDC guidelines for social distancing, and please do not congregate in the back of church before or after services. Thank you!

CHURCH QUESTIONNAIRES: Please return your church questionnaires, which were either mailed or put in your bulletin boxes.

LUTHERAN HOUR MINISTRIES produces and airs radio and TV programming around the world in more than 80 languages. The Lutheran Hour is the flagship radio program for Lutheran Hour Ministries. This 30-minute broadcast is the world’s oldest continually broadcast Gospel radio program. It airs weekly on WJAG-AM 780 or FM105.9 at 7:30 a.m. and 11:30 p.m. Today --“Stand a Little Taller” by Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler. When someone special pays you a visit, you stand a little taller in their presence. Dr. Zeigler talks about dignity, humility, and life in the presence of God. (Exodus 18)

PLEASE HELP us keep the church clean and sanitary by taking all of your personal possessions and trash with you as you leave church today.

THE COMMUNITY GARDEN needs empty, rinsed milk and juice jugs to serve as mini greenhouses for vegetables. Please drop them off at church and pastor will get them to the garden, or drop them off on the west side of Clark Wilkes business downtown.

THE COMMUNITY GARDEN is being planted for the benefit of our community. The produce will be for anyone who would like some. Volunteers are needed to help with all aspects of the garden. If you would like to help, contact pastor and he will help you get started! You can work once or more often as you wish.

 
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