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Weekly Messenger June 20, 2018
Vision Statement Bringing Christ to Our World
Mission Statement Saved by Grace, Nurtured in Faith, Equipped to Serve:
we are God’s hands for others
Ministers All Members of Peace Lutheran
Pastor Ralph Kirkpatrick
Fifth Sunday of Pentecost June 24, 2018
9:30 a.m. Worship with Holy Communion
Peace Weekly Calendar Thursday, June 21 Pastor Ralph’s Day Off 12:00 p.m. S- Anon 7:00 p.m. Tai Chi
Saturday, June 23 11:00 a.m. Youth Leader Summit 12:00 p.m. Al-Anon 2:00 p.m. Portrait Art Group
Sunday, June 24 9:30 a.m. Worship w/Communion 10:45 a.m. Brunch to honor Altar Guild 12:00 p.m. Council Meeting 2:30 p.m. Al-Anon
Monday, June 25 5:30 p.m. Al-Anon 6:00 p.m. Monday Night Men 7:00 p.m. Tai Chi Tuesday, June 26 8:00 a.m. Men’s Group @ Cracker Barrel 6:00 p.m. Via de Cristo Secretariat 7:00 p.m. TN Valley Ensemble
Thursday, June 28 Pastor Ralph’s Day Off 12:00 p.m. S- Anon 6:45 p.m. Gulf Park Civic Assn. Meeting 7:00 p.m. Tai Chi
Saturday, June 30 12:00 p.m. Al-Anon 2:00 p.m. Portrait Art Group
Sunday, July 1 9:30 a.m. Worship w/Communion 2:30 p.m. Al-Anon
Serving This Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Worship with Holy Communion June 24
9:30 Assisting Minister: Burnett Lector/Comm Asst.: Kratts Sound: Ellstrom Usher: McLemore, Terwell Greeter: Gage Altar Guild: Buckley, Kratts Bread & Wine: Storm Tellers: Ellstrom, D., Tevault Flowers: In memory Of Jenny Caldwell (Ginger's Sister)
Vacation Bible School
July 9 -13
a t G o o d S a m a r i t a n i n C o n j u n c t i o n w i t h P e a c e L u t h e r a n C h u r c h
MON. - THURS. 9 AM - 12 PM FRI. 9-11 AM
Peace Prayers Please let the church office know of any changes in the prayers.
Members: Cassie Barnes, Ernie Dickson, Ida Jenkins, Ann Kampwerth, Gary Kratts, Bethany Ladner, Bill McCamy, Stacy Nelson, David & Charlene Ottinger, Noreen Quirand, Carla Schirmer, Dee Smolik, Ruth Stallmann
Family & Friends: Samantha Adamson (niece of Eva Kratts); John Anderson (Tasha Abbott’s step father); Rosemary Aumaugher (mother of Gary Aumaugher); Courtney, Marlon, and Heaven Beverly (friends of Marianne & Andy Stephansen); Jeff Brig & Vincent Briguccia (Eileen Zetterberg’s sons); David Brondos (missionary to Mexico); Mary Burnett (mother of John Burnett); Rosemary Clause (Sue Carlson's cousin); Betty Collins (Butch Henderson’s sister); Jeff Davidson (friend of Janet Barnes); Sarah Davidson, (Daughter-in-law of Soni & Janet Davidson); Maryann Dusbabek (Eva Kratts aunt); Al & Lois Etzler (Pete’s brother & sister-in-law); Kristyn Farley (daughter of Marianne Stephansen's friend); Amy Franken (sister of Kristi Shedden); Martha Kratts (Gary Kratts’ Mother); Andy Hedberg (cousin of Simone Hedberg); Adele Krans (John Stegner’s sister); G. W. Larson (father of Bill Larson); Jan Law (Sue Nevedal’s mother); Kenneth Lee (son of Eric Carlson’s friend); Wendy Mallaber (Gary Kratts’ sister); Ann Miller & Karen Milanc (friends of the Carole & Tom Mustaleski); Marjorie Miller (mother of Darlene Smolik); Linda Millis (Rosemary Ried’s daughter); Paul Montgomery (friend of Mike Nelson); Mike Murrell (former co-worker of Allan Ellstrom); Lisa Oakley (co-worker of Nancy Simon); Greg Pfahles (Cousin of Sue Carlson); Deb Phillips (former teacher of Angie Moore); Taylor Ramsey (friend of Carlsons); John Rogers (friend of Angie Moore); Charles Savas Family (friends of Rosemary Ried); Mel Schulz (Eva Kratts’ uncle); Mary Jo Thompson (Adele Soucy’s cousin); John Witz (Pam Kish’s brother-in-law)
Military: Erik Aderman (nephew of Allan Ellstrom); Tarren & David Barrett (daughter & son-in-law of Janet & Tom Barnes & granddaughter of Bob and Evalyn Storm); Timothy Brig (grandson of Eileen Zetterberg); Taylor Dobson (grandson of Bob & Evalyn Storm); Paul Newpher (Jim & Susan McLemore’s son-in-law); Jeff Smolik (son of Darlene & John Smolik); Terra Caldwell (Ginger Tevault’s niece)
ELCA Prayer Ventures June 20-27
20 It’s sometimes tempting to underestimate our influence and impact in the world as children of God, followers of Jesus. Ask God to encourage us through the presence of the Holy Spirit to be confident and bold in bearing the good news of Jesus Christ and living, acting and advocating for the well-being of all people and communities.
21 The ELCA and The Episcopal Church are committed to prayer, fasting and advocacy addressing cuts to public programs that are vital to hungry people who are living in poverty. Remember to pray for these concerns, our leaders and people in need on the 21st of each month through December 2018.
22 Remember in prayer the congregations, youth, parents, leaders and synods preparing for and traveling to the ELCA Youth Gathering in Houston.
23 Give thanks to God for the grace, new life and purpose we receive in baptism, and pray that remembering our baptism serves to keep us grounded in the good news of our salvation and call to join one another in doing God’s work in the world.
24 Pray for young people of color and those whose primary language is other than English who are gathered for the Multicultural Youth Leadership Event in Houston to celebrate their uniqueness, immerse themselves in Scripture, serve in the community, learn from teachers and elders, spread joy in fellowship and praise God who makes us one in the body of Christ.
25 Pray that The tAble, a pre-event to the ELCA Youth Gathering, blesses and empowers young people who live with a range of physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities that they might grow as faithful, wise and courageous witnesses.
26 Offer up prayers filled with thanks and praise for God’s love, power and wondrous works for the benefit of humankind.
27 Remember in prayer the thousands of youth and adults beginning their experience of learning, worship, witness, celebration and service at the ELCA Youth Gathering in Houston.
OUTREACH Thank You KARM Volunteers Leaderless, yet not without direction, 10 volunteers fixed and served the noon meal at KARM Saturday, June 16. Seasoned volunteers know how to prepare our usual meal of spaghetti, green beans, fruit, corn bread and cake. New volunteers are always welcome; new volunteers become seasoned in just a few times at KARM. Thanks to Allan and Donna Ellstrom, Thomas Hudnall, Ginger Tevault, Dave and Judy Terwell, Bob Storm, Gary and Marlene Klukken, and Eva Kratts. It is interesting to note that if Thomas Hudnall is removed from the list, the average age of the volunteers is 73. Thomas said he was glad to be there to do the heavy lifting.
DISCIPLESHIP ELCA Youth Gathering We have 2 youth going to the ELCA Youth Gathering in Houston, TX. Please pray for Jaden Toby, Annastasia Chitwood, and Kristi Shedden (their leader) as they leave on Monday, June 25. We look forward to hearing good things when they return.
NURTURE Brunch Sunday, June 24 Everyone is invited to attend the brunch after worship, Sunday, June 24. The Women of Peace, working with seed money from Thrivent, will provide the food. Will Biscoe, son of Molly, will provide some breakfast bread--do not miss out on this treat. We want to honor the people who serve on Altar Guild, now and in the past. One way to honor the people on the guild is to contribute to the purchase of a new altar veil, the cloth that covers the elements before the meal. There will be a donation basket available.
Peace Women's Book Group On Tuesday, July 3, at 10:00 a.m., we will discuss Gulp:Adventures on the Alimentary Canal by Mary Roach, Americas funniest science writer. Looking ahead: August 7: The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See.
There will be NO band concert on Sunday.
BIRTHDAYS 6/22 Kristi Shedden
ANNIVERSARIES 6/20 Anne & Tim Hudnall 6/21 Melanie & Jason McLemore 6/22 Audrey & Butch Henderson
MORE ABOUT OUR MISSION AT KARM Since its beginnings in 1982, Peace has been involved in many outreach ministries. One of those is serving a noonday meal at Knox Area Rescue Mission on Saturdays. We have shared this with our companion Lutheran churches. Periodically it is necessary to reevaluate how we do ministry. That time has arrived for KARM. We have always had good leaders, who organized everything, and willing volunteers to do the work. We are now in need of a new leader. We must consider whether we are able to continue with this ministry. If you only serve on a Saturday morning, you may not be aware of what is required to prepare for that morning. The leader has coordinated the annual schedule with the participating Lutheran churches, written and made the recruitment announcements, shopped for food at Second Harvest, shopped for additional food at the grocery store, made sure the food arrived at KARM, and supervised the preparation of the food. For the remainder of 2018, volunteers and backups are undertaking these many roles, but this is only a short term solution. A leader is really needed. A leader can come forward now, and we will continue. There will be an opportunity to discuss the future of Peace’s service at KARM at the Budget Meeting in November. To have a true voice, you must be one who is willing to participate. Between now and then, pray about t