June 2019


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ThE Clarion June 2019

Congratulation Graduates!

Coming This Summer: Suppers at the Beach; Wednesday evenings, July 10 through August 22.

Summer Music Camp is scheduled for July 15-19. The show will be Rescue in

Katy Neal Rancho Bernardo H.S. Reillan Fleishbein Dimensions Collaboritive Charter school Lisa Neal from San Diego State University

the Night, the story of Daniel.

Vacation Bible School dates are August 5-9, the theme is Roar.

YOUNG AT HEART

(formerly Golden Leaguers)

Note our exciting new name suggested by Lil Thomas. Our next quarterly gathering is on Tuesday, June 25 at 12:30.Bring your own lunch. Drinks will be provided. Our own Jesse Morris will entertain us at the piano as well as a sing-a-long. Bring your funny stories, jokes, and joyful voices. All are welcome. Invite a friend.

Video Techs Needed Our Media Ministry is growing, and we are seeking volunteers to run the video camera and computer setup weekly during the 8:30 a.m. worship. We also are looking for those who can also be available to run the equipment at least once a month at the 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. worship gatherings as well. This would be a once per month commitment. Camera setup and operation training will be provided, as well as training for using the live streaming applications on the computer. Basic, working knowledge of Windows based computer equipment and applications is required. If interested, please contact Eddie McCoven, [email protected]

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June 2019

65 Years and we still have great expectations for Clairemont Lutheran Church. This was a season of great expectations. Somewhere in the dark recesses of time after the earthly life of Jesus had ended, and some forty to seventy years before any writing of the Gospels was undertaken, the event occurred that created the Christian movement. The details were, and still are, sketchy. The followers of Jesus, first the women at the tomb but then others, began to tell each other: "The crucified one lives". As we dig deeper into their stories from the Gospel of John, we come to the probability that the moment that convinced them of this truth occurred in Galilee. It was the follower Simon that became the primary person from whom this truth first was spoken publicly. Because of that, Simon became known as the rock upon which the Christian faith rested, and so the nicknames Cephas, Peter, Rock, were attached to him. When he came to a place of great faith, he strengthened all the other followers. When he stopped denying he was reborn. When he ceased to doubt, he no longer sank into the waters of despair. When Jesus appeared first to Cephas it was on that very first Easter. Not much changed in Peter’s life. He headed back to what he knew, fishing for fish, not people. But on the shores of the sea of Galilee we see that Peter came to discover who it was the God made him to be. John 21 shows us that after a night of fishing, Peter finally realizes who is calling him at a fire on the beach. The amazing catch removes the scales from his eyes. But now comes the hard part, the transformation, the new life in our story. Remember Peter had denied he even knew Jesus; three times around a charcoal fire. The fire he ran from in tears and personal disgust. He must come to a charcoal fire and face the one whom he disappointed. Now he must be changed around a charcoal fire and be made new. He must face his fear of being whom God needs him to be and become a lover of Jesus. He must love Jesus more that these fish. He must love Jesus more than he ever imagined himself able to love. He will become more fully than ever before the one that God wants him to be. We are called to be a part of the continuing community that will “feed the sheep”. We are called to continue being Christ to this neighborhood. We are the lovers of Jesus. God’s people, who are able to love more than we ever imagined ourselves capable. We do not know when someone will need us to be Christ for them, but will be able. We do not know what God will have us do for the next 65 years, but we will be able. This is a season of great expectations.

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June 2019

DID YOU KNOW? Starting in mid August a new class of Stephen Minister training will begin. Saturday, August 10, 10am2pm an introductory session with lunch served.

Thank you for your donations! Sunday School collected $110.00 in our coin jar. We decided to buy two roosters and 80 chicks for the ELCA. This gift will enrich the lives of many hungry families allowing them to eat better and earn money! Mark your calendars! VBS is coming August 5th-9th. The theme this year is “ROAR! Life is wild, life is good.” Our African adventure will include amazing experiments, creative games, fun snacks, surprising adventures, and superfun music! Registration is available online or pick up registration from the church office. As always we are in need of volunteers to help make this week a success for young ones in our neighborhood, please talk to Lisa Farnkopf our Children’s Ministry Director.

Following Thursdays 6:30-8:30 pm until mid October-- 10 sessions of training. August15-October 17. Cost is $50 (4 resource books) Sign ups coming soon or talk to Gary Jaus, Ruth Andersen, or Angela(church office). Be a Caregiver to someone needing a listening ear.

Remember in Prayer:

Lee Walz, Jesús & Virginia Mecina, Bud Killingsworth, Esther Lecuona, Jaime Sainz Alberta Field, Carol Nass, JoAnne, and all our homebound members.

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June 2019

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12 – 11:00 a.m. “For such a time as this – Lessons from Esther” The book of Esther is one of the latest writings of the Old Testament, perhaps written to inspire Jews who had been scattered in the diaspora. The narrative takes place in the court of the King of Persia, King Ahasuerus. Some think that it was written to explain and establish the Jewish festival of Purim. This three session study is brought to us by Kay Ward, a bishop of the Moravian Church who lives at Marquardt Manor, a Moravian retirement community in Watertown, Wisconsin. She continues to serve in ministry as a pastor to pastors and intercessor for the church. Before retiring from the staff of Moravian Theological Seminary in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, she served in team ministry with her husband, Aden. Kay was the first woman to be elected a bishop in the 541 years of the Moravian Church (the Unitas Fratrum). Session one: For such a time as this: Esther the queen—Voices in the king’s court Session one sets the scene for the story of Esther and her adopted father, Mortecai. Esther and Mortecai are Jews living under the rule of the Persian king, King Ahasuerus. When Esther becomes the queen, her faith is tested. The Jews, those who have been carried off from their homeland, struggle with living as strangers in a foreign land. In this session we will think about how our culture may challenge our faith Women of the ELCA Board Meeting: Tuesday, June 4 at 11:00 a.m.

SAVE THE DATE

Piece and Sew: Tuesday and Wednesday, June 4 and 5, in Room C at 9 a.m. Mom’s Study Group: Friday, June 7, 6:30 p.m. Call Holly Doolittle for more information. Mission Quilters: Saturdays, June 8 and 22 at 10:00 a.m. in the nursery.

Pacifica Synodical Women’s Convention November 1-2, 2019 Theme – “Celebrating Fruits of the Spirit” King of Glory Lutheran Church, Fountain Valley

Follow our Facebook page: Pacifica Synod Women of the ELCA.

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June Worship Schedule :

We have some special stuff during worship this month, please take note.

June

10:00 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

Worship 2 Traditional Altar communion 9 Service of the Word Traditional Worship Prayer Liturgy 16 Table 23 Service of the Word 30 Service of the Word

Comunion at the Altar Celebration Worship Celebration Worship Table Prayer Liturgy Celebration Worship

Attendance Averages:April

2019: 293 2018: 245

2017: 296

Easter: 511

Getting the Word Out

Social Media is an important means for us to reach both members and new visitors. We regularly post information and updates as well as share worship pictures and live feed sermons. Please check out our Web site (clairemontlc. org), like us on Facebook, follow our Twitter feed and read our Instagram story. Tell your friends to find us too.

2018 Year To Date April Financial Report Income: Budget $ $42,041 Actual $49,358 YTD Budget $183,164 YTD Actual $173,625

Expenses: Budget $51,618 Actual $49,889 YTD Budget $185,683 YTD Actual $173,894

Net Income: YTD -$268

God’s Vision, Nuestra Mision

Fund Balance: $274,454 Received in 2019: $12,717 Thanks be to God for all those who share their time and treasure at Clairemont Lutheran. Be sure to check out the new model of our plans.

Clarion email: [email protected]

Deadline- June19th for the July/August edition

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Location: to be determined date: june 8, 2019 @ 7:00 p.m. Cost: approx. $30-$35 per person sign up on the patio or in the office

June 2019 Sun

Mon

Tue

4 9:00am Piece & Sew 11:00am W-ELCA Board 11:00am Staff Meeting 5:30pm CODA 7:00pm Al-Anon

Wed

5 9:00am Piece & Sew 6:30pm Stephen Min Supervision

12 11:00am W-ELCA Combined Circles Bible Study 1:30pm Caregivers Support

3 8:00am Men's’ AA 7:15pm Sanctuary Choir 8:00pm AA Meeting

11 11:00am Staff Meeting 6:30pm Executive Com. 7:15pm Council Mtg 5:30pm CODA 7:00pm Al-Anon

19 6:30pm Stephen Min Supervision

2 8:30 & 10:00am Worship Service with Communion 11:30am Servicio de Adoración en Español 2:30pm Children’s Choirs Musicals

10 8:00am Men’s AA 7:15pm Sanctuary Choir 8:00pm AA Meeting

18 11:00am Staff Meeting 5:30pm CODA 6:30pm NAMI 7:00pm Al-Anon

9 8:30am Worship 10:00am Worship with Communion 11:30am Servicio de Adoración en Español

17 8:00am Men’s AA 1:00pm Bunco 7:15pm Sanctuary Choir 8:00pm AA Meeting

5:00pm Confirmation Paintball 16 8:30 & 10:00am Worship with Holy Communion 9:45 Sunday School 11:30am Servicio de Adoración en Español

24 8:00am Men’s AA 7:15pm Sanctuary Choir 8:00pm AA Meeting

25 11:00am Staff Meeting 12:30pm Young at Heart (formerly known as Golden Leaguers!) 5:30pm CODA 7:00pm Al-Anon

26 1:30pm Caregivers Support

23/30 8:30am Worship 9:45 Sunday School 10:00am Worship with Communion 11:30am Servicio de Adoración en Español

Thu

Fri

13 8:30am Sandwich Ministry

14 11:00am Food Distribution 6:45pm AA Meeting

7 11:00am Food Distribution 6:45pm AA Meeting

20 8:30am Sandwich Ministry 10:00am Morning Star

21 HOLY LAND TRIP 11:00am Food Distribution 6:45pm AA Meeting

6 8:30am Sandwich Ministry 10:00am Morning Star 3:30pm Building Committee

27 8:30am Sandwich Ministry

28 11:00am Food Distribution 6:45pm AA Meeting

Sat

1 6:30pm Sweet Harmony Concert

8 LWR Quilters

7:00pm Paint Night Fundraiser for the Holy Land Trip

15 1:00pm Art Guild 1:00pm SDCRS

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LWR Quilters

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CLC Volunteer Schedule Lay Readers

8:30 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

June 2

Jack Volkmann

Holly Doolittle

June 9

Bill Fredericks

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June 16

Lorri Carlsen

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June Anderson

6/1

June 23

Paul Beyer

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Elise Boisvert

6/3

June 30

Vicki Reece

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Nancy King

6/3

Peggy Ritchie

6/3

Communion Assistants 8:30 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

June 2

Harriet Morris & Paula Ibey

Marilyn & Tom Groot

Carol Shigley

6/3

June 9

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Holly Doolittle & Phyllis Zona

Julie Stivers

6/3

June 16 Carol Nichols & Lewis TenHulzen

Kristi Geitz & Sandy McCauley

Irene Milton

6/5

June 23 ———

MJ Dunlavey, Steve G. & Josua P.

June Asfazadour

6/8

June 30

Rita L., Peggy R. & Angela J.

Carl Johnson

6/8

Greeters

8:30 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

June 2

Bill Huston & LaRae Rabe

Ruth Andersen & Janet Wood

June 9

Itha Yost & Harriet Morris

Kimberley Goldenstein & Betty Black

June 16

Emilie Lauchmen & Carol Nichols

Sandy McCauley & Harriet Carmona

June 23

Rob Newhouse & Debra Pursel

Kathy Farrington & Pam Allen

June 30

Bev Covey & Jeff Archer

Sandy McCauley & Harriet Carmona

Ushers

8:30 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

Steve Anderson

6/12

Dr. Steve Gray

6/12

Barbara Pephens

6/12

Gary Jaus

6/13

Morgan Rabe

6/13

Doris Seegers

6/14

Tricia Hunter

6/15

Leroy Shigley

6/15

Aida Jaus

6/16

Cassy Goldenstein

6/18

Ruike Brewer

6/20

June 2

Lewis TenHulzen

Josua Purba

June 9

Gary Lange

James Acosta

June 16

Nancy Groesbeck

Youth Team

June 23

Terry Beckmyer

Phyllis Zona

Myra Brandt

6/23

June 30

Gary Lange

Clyde Prem

Grace Doolittle

6/23

Kimberly Goldenstein

6/26

Altar Guild 10:00 set up/clean up

Carol Nass

6/26

June 2

Nancy Goresbeck

Michael Boisvert

6/27

June 9 & 16

Tomy Oregon

Paula Ibey

6/29

June 23 & 30

Nancy & John Procsal

Kathy Reed

6/29

Laura Sarvis

6/29

June Altar Guild Team: Angela Jackson

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Church Info

Sunday workship time: 8:30 am, 10:00 am, 11:30 en Español Senior Pastor: Jonathan Doolittle [email protected]

Administrator: Angela Jackson Phone:858-273-7423 [email protected]

Associate/ Bilingual Pastor: Nathaniel Allen [email protected]

June 2019

Office Hours:

Monday -Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.