Announcements at Immanuel

Announcements for July 14, 2013

immanuelosmond | 15 July, 2013 12:05

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WE WELCOME everyone who has worshipped with us this morning, especially our guests.  We hope you will be able to worship with us again soon.      


THE CANDLE LIGHTERS for this morning’s worship service are Ben Johnson and Curtis Kralicek.  Next Sunday they will be Paige Schultze and Kendyl Koehler.


This Week at Immanuel

Today                9:30   Divine Worship;   10:30   Sunday School and Bible Classes; 7:00   VBS Volunteers Meeting

Tuesday             9:00   Bible Study

Wednesday        8:00   Voters’ Meeting

Next Sunday      9:30    Worship with Holy Communion;  10:30   Sunday School and Bible Classes


WE REMEMBER IN OUR PRAYERS TODAY: Dorothy Bauermeister, Dorothy Anson, Ruth Groothuis, Jane Withee, Danny Anderson,  Dennis Johnson and Bonnie Korth.   If you have prayer requests for family or friends, please notify Pastor or the church secretary to have them added and also removed.            


THANK YOU to Chaplain Wonnacott for filling in for Pastor Trowbridge this morning, while he and Sarah are on vacation.


REMINDER:  The Sunday School is needing teachers for the Summer quarter.  There is a sign-up sheet at the back of the church.  Please take the time to search your hearts and consider signing up for at least one Sunday.


THERE WILL BE A MEETING FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS FOR VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL (station leaders, crew leaders, and additional volunteers) this evening at 7:00 p.m.


BIBLE STUDY will be held Tuesday morning at 9:00 a.m.


THE QUARTERLY VOTERS’ MEETING will be held Wednesday evening, July 17th at 8:00 p.m.


THANK YOU to everyone who came to help mow the church cemetery.  Your willingness to help mow is very much appreciated.


VBS MISSION PROJECT  -- this year for VBS we will be heaving a “Back-to-School Drive” for Foster Children, located in Madison and Pierce counties.  We will be collecting the following items to help these kids be ready for school:

Pencils, erasers, colors, markers, kid’s scissors, paper tablets, folders, glue and glue sticks, rulers, pencil cases and backpacks.  Clothing donations would also be greatly appreciated, new or in good condition.

These items can be brought to the church at any time, attention Kristie or Donna.  This mission project is open to everyone, even if you aren’t attending VBS.  We want to make sure we do everything we can to help these kids out.

                                                Thank you, Kristie



            The following students had perfect attendance at Sunday School during the month of June:

Nursery---------------------------------------------Addison von Rentzell

1st Grade--------------------------------Hayden Schultze, Anna Kahny

2nd Grade--------------------------------------------Tucker von Rentzell

3rd Grade---------------------------------------------Kenzie von Rentzell

5th Grade------------------------------------------------------Mary Kahny

7th Grade---------------------------------------------------Shelby Stelling


LYF MEMBERS TAKE NOTE: There are still several bath size towels on the table in the kitchen, as well as a bucket with cleaning supplies.  They have been there since the Summerfest Car Wash.  Are they yours?   If so, please stop in the kitchen this morning and pick them up.  Thank You.



Hi!  I heard that you had a prayer for me at Immanuel and I wanted to let you know how much I appreciated it.  I’m Dorothy Krohn’s daughter, the one that had a tumor removed from the base of the skull on June 12th.  The surgery was successful and they were able to get all the tumor, which they didn’t think they’d be able to.  There is a chance it will grow back but we’ll deal with that if need be, radiation would be the plan then.  The kind of tumor I had was a meningioma, which is on the lining of the brain and usually benign.  Thankfully it was indeed benign!  This tumor was discovered a couple of years ago when I had an MRI done for an onset of headaches, the headaches don’t seem to be connected with the tumor however.  They were glad to learn of it though as it was right by the optic nerve and the carotid artery and it was just a matter of time before it did damage.  The reason we went to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester for the surgery is because of the location of the tumor.  I had an awesome team of doctors and had no major complications.  The only frustration at this time is that my right eyelid hasn’t opened since the surgery.  They think that the nerve is in shock and that it will open in time.  The vision is there and I may have to patch awhile for some double vision when it does open.  So I am trying to stay positive and trust that God will heal the nerve and I can use my eye again.  Just wanted to give you a little background and thank you again for the prayer.  There’s something so special about the people at your “home church” praying for you.  It meant a lot to me and I know God did indeed answer the prayers! 

                                                Thank You!

                                                Jane Withee (from Rifle, CO)


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