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Our Saviour’s Voice 
Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 120 S. Henry Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 54302 
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October 2014 OSLC Usher Schedule 
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OFFICIAL ACTS 
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Baptisms 
Riddik Ronald Aspenson 
Born: June 14, 2007 
Baptized: August 3, 2014 
Son of Joel Aspenson 
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ACTIVITY ABOUNDS AT OUR SAVIOUR 
Wow, when Summer ends, you can see the building at 120 S. Henry Street come alive on more...
Green Bay Lutheran School Association Update 
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  1. 1. Our Saviour’s Voice Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 120 S. Henry Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 54302 (920) 468-4065 SEPTEMBER 2014 If We Could, We Would 1 The ostrich is known for putting her head in the sand. When she does, she cannot see what is around her. She gives the appearance of wanting to escape the troubles of the world. “Ignorance is bliss”, or is it? With all the bad news that is being delivered to our senses on a high speed conveyor belt by the media, the ostrich offers a viable solution! It would be easier to bury our heads in the sand and make the world go away. Or like the lyric to the song “Stop the world and let me off.” We cannot do that. We are in this world. The world news has been dark and scary lately: Riots in Missouri; not knowing how his story would end, a laughable comedian ended his story; Christians in Iraq and Syria being herded like pigs, or worse, slaughtered like them; the rise to power of another evil empire [ISIS]; the merciless murder of an innocent man on the world stage [Journalist, James Foley]; an outbreak of a deadly virus, Ebola. There is more, and there always will be more, until the Savior returns. We can rejoice that we are still shocked by things in the news. “When will it get better?” or “When will the suffering end?” many ask. Suffering is everywhere and is occurring in the lives of everyone you know and see. Recall that Latin word, “Tentatio”, and its German counterpart, “Anfechtung”. Those words describe sorrow and suffering, hardship, trials and temptations. They call for endurance, calm, a fortress-like faith, perseverance and spiritual armor. But can’t we just be like the Ostrich? Not for very long. We are in this world. But we are not of this world. We are passing through, we are foreigners, pilgrims. The old timers would advise us to see our homes as motels and inns, and our belongings as loans from above to both enjoy and, in the end, willingly give back. Did you ever consider praying for the end of the world? That is spoken of in the last book of the Bible. Here St. John is speaking about that, “He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus”. - Revelation 22:20. And we pray for His coming when we pray the Lord’s Prayer, “Thy Kingdom come<” While we are here, we shine His light through us, to the world around us< Matthew 5:14-15: "You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden; nor does anyone light a lamp (continued on page 2)
  2. 2. 2 (continued from page 1) and put it under a basket, but on the lamp stand, and it gives light to all who are in the house.<” Once when at a business something humorous came up with an employee there. I said, “We might as well have a good time while we are down here!” By “down here”, I meant on earth. The other fellow was not on my frequency and replied, “Are you from the U.P.?” We are down here to be points of Light. We live for Him, looking forward to the world which is to come, all the while shining His Light where we live and work, to our loved ones and neighbors. Who in your story needs encouragement? Who in your story is lonely? Who in your story could use a meal? Who in your story could use a box of food or some assistance with new clothes. By the way, do ostriches actually bury their heads in the sand? We interviewed one and she told us< “We ostriches don't bury our heads in the sand—we wouldn't be able to breathe! But we do dig holes in the dirt to use as nests for our eggs. Several times a day, we put our heads in the hole and turn our eggs. So it looks like we are burying our heads in the sand!” Pastor Dave SUNDAY SSSUUUNNNDDDAAAYYY SSSSCCCCHHHHOOOOOOOOLLLL NNNNEEEEEEEEDDDDSSSS YYYYOOOOUUUU!!!!!!!! The Sunday School program needs teachers and helpers this year. If you enjoy kids and are up for a rewarding experience, consider volunteering. No experience is required, and the supplies are provided for you. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Heidi Krause at 920-265-1082 or email Heidi.krause@hotmail.com What is a hearing loop? How does it work? Hearing Loops allow people who wear hearing aids to directly receive the sound from the church’s PA system in their own hearing aids, without having to pick up a separate listening device, by switching to a T-coil or telecoil program. Digital hearing aids have significantly improved in the last decade, but they do not restore hearing to normal. Difficulties often remain when in challenging listening situations. Hearing loops help hearing aid users overcome this problem by broadcasting sound, without background noise or reverberation, directly into the hearing aid. In order to hear in the loop, a user has to activate this program by pushing on a button on the instrument or a remote control. Hearing loops have been in widespread use in public venues and churches in England and the Scandinavian countries for some time, and are now starting to catch on in the United States. Our Saviour now has a hearing loop in the Sanctuary. To find out which OTHER venues offer loops in the Fox Valley & Wisconsin, visit: www.loopwisconsin.com How do I know if I have T-coils in my hearing aids? If you wear hearing aids, you will need to find out if you have this wireless telecoil or T-coil receiver in your hearing aids (most do, although that feature is not always turned on.) The telecoil program is sometimes called the telephone program. If there is a push button on your instrument, it is likely the telecoil program is an option but it may not have been activated by your audiologist. Please contact your hearing aid provider to find out if your instruments have telecoils and to have them activated or contact hearing loop advocate Dr. Juliette Sterkens at jsterkens@new.rr.com.
  3. 3. October 2014 OSLC Usher Schedule Day: Date: Service: Lead Usher Team: Thu. 02-Oct 6:30 pm Rich Spangenberg Norman Krueger; David Haase; Bobby Haase Sun. 05-Oct 7:45 am Allen Knaus Clarence Ney; Jerry VanKauwenberg; Nathan Knaus Sun. 05-Oct 9:15 am David Bitters Shelly & Robin Williams; Frank Helebrant; Don Schultz; Jim Parks Sun. 05-Oct 10:45 am Royal Bruhn Rich Ryman; Sue Bruhn; Richard Christiansen Thu. 09-Oct 6:30 pm Charles Arthur Carl Zimonick; Gary Kirchman; Dick Zimonick Sun. 12-Oct 7:45 am John Kielpikowski Chad Kielpikowski; Ron Klumb; † UN Sun. 12-Oct 9:15 am Wendy Frick Roxanne & Randy Dyle; Alex Chamberlain; Jack Grant; Mitch Waniger Sun. 12-Oct 10:45 am Gerald Buechner Carmen & Lloyd Leuthner; Rich Spangenberg Thu. 16-Oct 6:30 pm Paul Kuehl Bill Baneck; † UN; † UN Sun. 19-Oct 7:45 am Matthew Dalebroux Andrew Prescher; Al Brietlow; Barry Dalebroux Sun. 19-Oct 9:15 am Dave Wians Lonnie Peerenboom; Davis LaMarche; Dan Richer; Trey Boerschinger; † UN Sun. 19-Oct 10:45 am Mike Charles Don Larson; Karen Kiekhaefer; Hunter Alft Thu. 23-Oct 6:30 pm Rich Spangenberg Norman Krueger; David Haase; Bobby Haase Sun. 26-Oct 7:45 am Mike Morgan Vernon Siech; Gloria Morgan; Ralph Hoerchler Sun. 26-Oct 9:15 am Randy Vande Hei Walt Juhnke; Tiffany & Brian Duff; Jennifer Linssen; † UN Sun. 26-Oct 10:45 am Royal Bruhn Rich Ryman; Sue Bruhn; Richard Christiansen Thu. 30-Oct 6:30 pm Charles Arthur Carl Zimonick; Gary Kirchman; Dick Zimonick † UN -Usher Needed: If you'd like to volunteer as an usher; Please contact the Lead usher of the group you'd like to join, Or, contact Rich Spangenberg (920) 857-3014 or email "spangenr.ret@uwgb.edu" SCHEDULED LEARNING RETURNS The Fall Rally kicks off our school year. With that, students in grades 4K thru grade 8 return for scheduled Sunday school and Confirmation classes. Children who are 4 years old thru 6th grade can register to attend Sunday school. Forms can be found in the tall brochure holder in the office hallway near the Evangelism bulletin board. Please turn in completed forms to the church office to at the Sunday school table during the Fall Rally on September 14. We have exciting new things in store for you; please encourage your child to join us! Students entering 7th grade can begin Confirmation instruction. If your child is entering the 7th grade this year and DID NOT RECEIVE a packet of information to register for class, please contact the office as soon as possible. Returning 8th graders will finish their Confirmation instruction this year and be confirmed in the Lutheran faith on Sunday, May 3rd. Information packets were mailed in late July. Please notify the office if you did not receive this information. IMPACT is new this year. Parents are welcome to join the 7th and 8th grade Confirmation students on the first Wednesday of each month from 7-8pm (October 1 will be the first IMPACT night). For more information, contact Pastor Greg. All completed registration forms should be returned to the office or Fall Rally table by Sept. 14. We continue our adult Bible studies on Sundays at 7:45, 9:15 and 10:30am as well as our Bible study groups on Tuesdays at 7am and 9am. Please join us at any of these classes that work in your work and family schedule. No registration is needed for these adult classes. 3
  4. 4. OFFICIAL ACTS 4 Baptisms Riddik Ronald Aspenson Born: June 14, 2007 Baptized: August 3, 2014 Son of Joel Aspenson Eva Germaine Aspenson Born: March 28, 2014 Baptized: August 3, 2014 Daughter of Joel Aspenson and Stacy Compton Camren Thomas Laabs Born: April 8, 2014 Baptized: August 3, 2014 Son of Jason Laabs and Andrea Belschner Weston Bryan Rudie Born: August 16, 2011 Baptized: August 17, 2014 Son of Bryan and Angela Rudie Received their Crown Mary Bell Hunter May 12, 1917 ~ July 27, 2014 Funeral service held on August 5, 2014 Nicole M. Behnke September 9, 1989 ~ August 9, 2014 Funeral service held on August 16, 2014 FALL FFFAAALLLLLL RRRRAAAALLLLLLLLYYYY HHHHIIIIGGGGHHHHLLLLIIIIGGGGHHHHTTTTSSSS OOOOPPPPPPPPOOOORRRRTTTTUUUUNNNNIIIITTTTIIIIEEEESSSS TTTTOOOO SSSSEEEERRRRVVVVEEEE This year’s Fall Rally will be held in the gym on Sunday, September 14. There will be NO 10:45am service that day. This event begins after the 7:45am service and will run until approximately 12:30pm. Various boards, committees and groups will provide information on how you can volunteer to use your time and talents to serve God’s people. Take this opportunity to find out what your brothers and sisters are doing to help those less fortunate, how you can add your talent to a ministry that spreads the Gospel, and in what direction the Lord may be leading you! There will also be an opportunity to ‘Meet the Author’ and have your copy of ‘Lydia Believes’ personally signed for you. Registration forms for Sunday school and Confirmation will be available as well. Confirmation classes begin on Wednesday, September 17 at 6pm; Sunday school begins on September 21 and will be held during the 9:15am service. The Fall Rally also includes…what else? A potluck lunch, of course! Bring a dish to pass and enjoy the fellowship of other members of Our Saviour. Veeeetttteeeerrrraaaannnn’’’’ssss HHHHoooommmmeeee VVVViiiissssiiiitttt Thank you to Thrivent Financial, Y100 and our congregation. The August 4 bus trip to the Veteran’s Home in King, WI was sponsored by Thrivent Financial and included a delicious lunch for the visitors. We, along with other Lutheran congregations and veterans groups, collected donations. Bear and Charli from Y100 organized a 2-hour drop off for their listeners to contribute, which resulted in a van load of donations and monetary gifts. The shelves at King were EMPTY when we arrived and the staff and volunteers who received our gifts thanked us with smiles and hugs. We were assured that our donations were very welcome and would most assuredly be enjoyed by the residents. The volunteers enjoyed an informative history of the facility as well as tours. A huge storm caused a power outage so the volunteers were not able to play Bingo or serve ice cream at the Coast Guard Anniversary party, but we did visit with the veterans as we toured and shopped in the gift shop. After a bus ride through the cemetery, we left for home knowing we had made a difference that day. Our Saviour’s Thrivent Congregational Advocates are: Shelley and Robin Williams, Sandy Groth, Diane Prahl and Jill Proulx
  5. 5. ACTIVITY ABOUNDS AT OUR SAVIOUR Wow, when Summer ends, you can see the building at 120 S. Henry Street come alive on more than just Sunday mornings! Classes for Green Bay Trinity Lutheran School began in late August with 87 students in grades K-8. About 24 part-time and full-time 3- and 4-year-olds will fill the preschool room beginning in the first week in September. Seventh and eighth grade Confirmation students will arrive for evening classes on September 17. Sunday school classrooms will bustle with our children ready to learn about Jesus when classes resume on September 21. So, with all of these activities for our children, what are the adults to do? Well, let me tell you… there’s plenty! Choir practice starts up again on September 7. Sessions begin at 7pm. Just come to the Sanctuary and be ready to sing to the Lord. The Fish Fry returns September 12 and will repeat on the 2nd Friday of each month throughout the school year. Volunteers are needed on the Thursday preceding the Friday for prep as well as the Friday night for cooking, prepping and serving. Contact Tim Richter (trichter@nacr.com) to find out about this great fellowship opportunity. Volunteers can include those in 6th grade and up. Workers receive discounted food; youth receive a portion of the tips received for their OSLC youth account. What else happens in Fall? The Packer season begins, of course! Our Saviour sells food and beverages at a concession stand in the Club seat section of Lambeau Field for all home games. Workers (20-25) are needed for every game. Jobs include set up, front counter, runner, food prep and clean up. You are welcome to work just one game or as many as fit into your schedule. All volunteers must participate in online training and testing. Packets of information on how to complete these requirements are on the Welcome Center. Testing must be completed at least 72 hours prior to working an event so please plan accordingly. Contact the church office or Neil Burmeister (866-9088 or neilburm@yahoo.com) for more information. Sunday school teachers and assistants are needed. Please contact Heidi at Heidi.krause@hotmail.com. With the new Confirmation schedule comes IMPACT, a new program for youth and their parents held on the first Wednesday of the month from 7-8pm. More information is available from Pastor Greg. Chicks with Stix usually meet the 2nd Monday of the month. There are many projects to work on including pillowcase dresses, wheelchair bags, prayer shawls, Haiti dolls, winter accessories (hats, mittens, scarves) and more. Sewing, knitting and crocheting are the means to complete these projects. Lessons are available so even the new learner is welcome. Start with the meeting on September 8 at 1pm or contact Caroline Arndt at 469-3140. Last but not least, the many boards and committees at Our Saviour would welcome you into their missions. Find out so much more about the opportunities listed above and many others by attending the Fall Rally on September 14. Whatever interests or skills you have, there is something available for anyone willing to serve. PIZZA RANCH COMMUNITY PPPIIIZZZZZZAAA RRRAAANNNCCCHHH CCCOOOMMMMMMUUUNNNIIITTTYYY IIIIMMMMPPPPAAAACCCCTTTT NNNNIIIIGGGGHHHHTTTT On Monday, September 8th, Pizza Ranch on Green Bay's east side will host a Community Impact Night for NEW Lutheran High School. Please come (hungry :) and enjoy a great night of excellent food and fellowship in support of Lutheran High! 5
  6. 6. Green Bay Lutheran School Association Update The Green Bay Lutheran School Association (or GBLSA) is a name you may have heard mentioned many times at church, especially in the last month. As a result perhaps you may be asking “Who is the Green Bay Lutheran School Association?” The Green Bay Lutheran School Association is a group of LCMS congregations in the greater Green Bay area. The congregations in the Association are Christ of the Bay, Faith, Hope, Our Saviour, and Redeemer. GBLSA maintains a 501(c)(3) status, is a Recognized Service Organization of the LCMS, and is legally incorporated under Chapter 181 of the Wisconsin Statutes. The purpose of the Association, per the Articles of Incorporation, “is to own, control, operate, manage, and maintain one or more Lutheran Elementary and Middle School as conditions warrant or demand, in Brown County, Wisconsin or any county immediately adjacent thereto.” Currently GBLSA operates one K–8 elementary school, Green Bay Trinity Lutheran, located on the campus of Our Saviour on Green Bay’s east side. So you may be asking “Why operate a Lutheran School?” There are a number of reasons for operating a Lutheran school. As pointed out on the Lutheran School Portal (www.luthed.org), one of those reasons is: To Demonstrate the High Value the Congregation Places on Children Operating a Lutheran school requires “a considerable investment of prayers, energy, money and staff.” This commitment by members of the congregations of the GBLSA shows the greater Green Bay community that we place a high value on “God’s beloved little ones.” Perhaps you are asking “How can I help support GBLSA and Green Bay Trinity?” In addition to prayer, two ways that you can provide support are by volunteering and contributing financially. Volunteers are valued for the difference they make in the lives of our students! There are many opportunities available to provide your time and talents in a variety of activities benefitting both the GBLSA and OUR school, Green Bay Trinity. These opportunities include: recess monitors, hot lunch helpers, classroom helpers, and helping at Eagle athletic events. In addition, volunteers are needed to make events such as Donuts for Dads, Muffins for Moms, the Taste of Trinity in February and a new event this year - Summer’s Last Blast picnic on September 20 - fun and successful. If you are willing volunteer, please visit the Contact Us page at http://greenbaytrinity.org or call (920) 655-4673. Providing a high quality educational experience for students at Green Bay Trinity and continuing to implement the ministry plan of the GBLSA of serving those in the greater Green Bay area that need to hear the wonderful news of Christ-crucified requires a considerable financial investment. The current funding model for the GBLSA is divided into three areas: student tuition payments, Association church tuition payments and fundraising. Key fundraisers that take place each year are Annual Appeal, Taste of Trinity and another new event this year - Date Night on the River being held on September 13. The Board of Directors is continually reviewing ways to expand our fundraising efforts. If you would like to donate financially to GBLSA and Green Bay Trinity, please visit the Donate Now page at http://greenbaytrinity.org. 6 (GBLSA update continued on page 6)
  7. 7. 7 (GLBLSA update continued from page 5) Another question you may be asking is “How is each congregation represented in the Association?” Each congregation in the Association is offered representation on a Board of Directors. The number of representatives from each congregation has traditionally been based on a proportionate percentage of students enrolled at Green Bay Trinity from each congregation. The congregations choose their representatives each according to their individual congregation policy. Each member of the Board of Directors serves for a term of three years and/or until their successor has been appointed. A member may be elected to two terms consecutively, at the annual meeting. At the annual meeting, the Board elects four officers: President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary. And you may be asking “Who is currently on the Board of Directors?” Current members are: • President – Brad Van Lanen – Redeemer • Vice-President – Deb Grothman – Christ of the Bay • Treasurer – Christel Laastch – Redeemer • Secretary – Leslie Pierce – Christ of the Bay • Director – Dennis Day – Hope • Director – Rev. Greg Hovland – Our Saviour • Director – Karen Mielke – Faith • Principal - Brett Jones – Green Bay Trinity At this time Faith, Hope and Our Saviour have open positions on the Board of Directors. Finally you may be asking, “When does the GBLSA Board meet?” The regular meeting of the Board of Directors is on the 4th Monday of each month at 6:30 pm at Green Bay Trinity. If you would like to address the Board at a monthly meeting, please contact myself or Green Bay Trinity Principal Brett Jones to be placed on the agenda. God’s Blessings! Brad Van Lanen GBLSA President bradvanlanen@gmail.com LITERACY GREEN BAY LLLIIITTTEEERRRAAACCCYYY GGGRRREEEEEENNN BBBAAAYYY SSSSEEEEEEEEKKKKSSSS VVVVOOOOLLLLUUUUNNNNTTTTEEEEEEEERRRRSSSS Literacy Green Bay is a not-for-profit organization that provides free literacy services to adults with limited basic reading skills and/or limited oral English skills. We recruit and train volunteers to become tutors to work one-on-one with adults seeking help in reading, writing and oral English skills. A large number of people seek our help to learn English as a Second Language and assist with reaching a specific goal (such as studying for citizenship, looking for employment, or working toward a GED). We need volunteers who are compassionate, patient, enthusiastic about reading, and who want to make a difference in someone’s life. Literacy Green Bay provides training workshops for volunteers to become certified ProLiteracy tutors. Attend a one-hour orientation to find out more about tutoring and to register for a training workshop. The orientation meeting on September 17 (10am or 6:30pm) will be held at the Literacy Green Bay office at 424 S. Monroe Ave. See the office bulletin board for more details.
  8. 8. For more information or to register for any of the Camp Luther events below, visit www.campluther.com. WORKBEE WEEKEND (October 17-19) – Volunteers have always played a major role in keeping Camp Luther clean, beautiful, and in good condition. Today, Camp Luther continues to be blessed by hundreds of individuals who faithfully participate in Workbee Weekends. Individuals or entire families can help get Camp Luther ready for fall and winter fun by participating in various work projects. The weekend is FREE and camp provides all meals, and time for fellowship and devotions. Something for everyone. COUPLES RETREAT (Sept. 19-21) – From newlyweds to empty-nesters, this is a retreat for married couples of all ages. You will find time to spend as a couple as well as fellowship with other Christian couples. Housing is in our cottages. A guest speaker will lead "couple" oriented Bible study/learning sessions. You’ll have time to enjoy camp and local activities AND a special candlelight dinner. LIVE, LAUGH & LOVE LADIES RETREAT (Oct. 3-5) – Just for the ladies, this weekend is all about relaxing and refueling with God's Word. Leave the pressures of work, home, and life behind and join others for a refreshing and renewing weekend. The schedule is designed to draw you closer to God and to each other through a variety of individual, large group and small group activities, including Bible study, devotions, "Cranberry Fest" in Eagle River, special craft activity, "Ladies night out," as well as other camp favorites like walking, biking, and canoeing in the beautiful fall weather. COTTAGE RETREATS – Enjoy a cottage retreat at Camp Luther this fall. Our cottages have everything you will need for a relaxing getaway in the midst of God's beautiful creation. When you are done for the day, settle in for a cozy evening next to the fireplace. Stay for a weekend or a week. Camp Luther offers a special rate after Labor Day that is 50% off of our regular rate. *NEW* CAMP LUTHER FAMILY MINISTRY RETREAT (October 24-26) – This new retreat weekend will include plenty of time for fun as a family. Learning times will focus on ideas for sharing the faith in your own household and ideas for supporting groups of families in your congregation. Come as a family or bring several families together to form a group at your church. *NEW* COLLEGE RECHARGE WEEKEND (October 24-26) – Relax and recharge at this weekend of Bible study, worship, and fellowship with other Christian college students. Come on your own or organize a trip for your campus ministry. The schedule will be a mix of camp activities, group time, and free time so you can make it the weekend you need. Camp Luther is a subsidiary ministry of the North Wisconsin District-LCMS. Our mission is to build up believers in Christ for service to the church and witness to the world. FALL BIBLE SALE ON NOW Concordia Publishing House is now holding their annual Fall Bible Sale. The list of Bibles available can be seen on the bulletin board in the office hallway. Write in your name and phone number along with the quantity of each Bible that you wish to purchase. Please place your order no later than Sunday, September 28 and place your payment in the Church Office mailbox in the office hallway. The CPH order will be placed on Monday, September 29. 8
  9. 9. Advertisements in the business directory help Our Saviour defray the cost of ‘The Voice” each month. If you would like to advertise, please contact Michelle in the church office at (920) 468-4065 or info@oslc-gb.org. Please support the sponsors who support us. “Our Saviour’s Voice” is published monthly by Our Saviour Lutheran Church, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Vacancy Editor, Michelle Burhite. Please feel free to contact the church office with constructive suggestions and/or comments at info@oslc-gb.org. Thanks to those who have already commented! We are always seeking more congregational input and submissions. OUR SAVIOUR STAFF Senior Pastor – David H. Hatch (920) 609-0248 dave@oslc-gb.org Associate Pastor – Greg Hovland (920) 544-3614 greg@oslc-gb.org Church Office – Michelle Burhite (920) 468-4065 info@oslc-gb.org Preschool Director – Christina Scholz (920) 468-3596 christina@oslc-gb.org 9
  10. 10. September 2014 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 Office Closed 2 7am Bible Study 9am Bible Study 10:30am Staff Meeting 6:30pm Board of Elders 3 6pm Praise Band 4 12:15pm Worship 6:30pm Trad Worship 5 6 7 NEWLHS Installation 7:45am Trad Worship 7:45am Bible Study 9:15am Praise Worship 9:15am Bible Study 10:30am Bible Study 10:45am Trad Worship 8 1pm Chicks w/Stix 6pm P&F 6:45pm Council 9 7am Bible Study 9am Bible Study 10:30am Staff Meeting 7pm Choir Practice 10 6pm Praise Band 7:30pm Youth Board 11 12:15pm Worship 3pm Fish Fry Prep 5:30pm Stewardship 6:30pm Trad Worship 12 5pm Monthly Fish Fry 13 5:15pm -7:30pm Date Night on the River, Foxy Lady Cruise to benefit Green Bay Trinity 14 MITE BOX SUNDAY 7:45am Trad Worship 7:45am Bible Study 9:00 am Fall Rally in Gym 9:15am Praise Worship w/Holy Baptism 9:15am Bible Study 3:25pm Packers HOME 15 7pm Board of Ed 16 7am Bible Study 9am Bible Study 10:30am Staff Meeting 7pm Choir Practice 17 6pm Praise Band 6pm Confirmation 18 12:15pm Worship 6:30pm Trad Worship 7:30pm Evangelism 19 Michelle – Vacation NO SCRIP 20 11am – 7pm Summer’s Last Blast at OSLC to benefit Green Bay Lutheran Schools Association 21 7:45am Trad Worship 7:45am Bible Study 9:15am Praise Worship w/Holy Baptism 9:15am Bible Study 9:30am Sunday school 10:30am Bible Study 10:45am Trad Worship 22 6:30pm GBLSA 7pm Stewardship Michelle – Vacation NO SCRIP 23 7am Bible Study 9am Bible Study 7pm Choir Practice Michelle – Vacation NO SCRIP 24 6pm Praise Band 6pm Confirmation Michelle – Vacation NO SCRIP 25 12:15pm Worship 6:30pm Trad Worship Dave - Vacation Michelle – Vacation NO SCRIP 26 Dave - Vacation Michelle – Vacation NO SCRIP 27 28 7:45am Trad Worship 7:45am Bible Study 9:15am Praise Worship w/Holy Baptism 9:15am Bible Study 9:30am Sunday school 10:30am Bible Study 10:45am Trad Worship 29 6:30pm Altar Guild 30 7am Bible Study 9am Bible Study 10:30am Staff Meeting 7pm Choir Practice BOARD / COMMITTEE MEETINGS THIS MONTH: September 2 – Board of Elders September 8 – Chicks with Stix, Personnel and Finance, Church Council September 10 - Youth September 11 – Stewardship (rescheduled from August 25) September 15 – Board of Education September 18 – Evangelism September 22 – Stewardship (regular September meeting) September 29 – Altar Guild

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