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Trinity Tidings INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Vacation Bible School Registration Form Best Practices Report Festival of Nativities LSF Update Dine to Donate this Summer God’sText Readings for June & July Our Grads!

Pastor’s Pen

J U N E / J U L Y

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Dear friends, it is a joy to be with you in this ministry! There have been conversations, some with me, others only heard second hand, which circulate around our summer Service experiment. The following are questions that I have heard (in general) and a few hopefully thoughtful answers. As we dive in to these, let us contemplate the meaning of Paul’s words to us from Romans chapter 5: Therefore, since we have been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. 2 Through him we have also obtained access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and we rejoice in hope of the glory of God. 3 Not only that, but we rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, 4 and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, 5 and hope does not put us to shame, because God's love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us (vv. 1-5). Some have asked why we are moving to one worship Service during the summer months. First, let me clarify that this is only for the months of June-August (roughly), and NOT a test for moving toward one Service full time. Second, the plan is to survey all of you at the end of the summer for input for future summers. Now, here’s what leadership has said: There has been a significant decline in attendance on Sunday mornings during the summer for the last several years. Hosting two Services is not a great burden; however it has become a question of “necessity” and “hospitality”. Necessity as to whether the numbers required the extra space and man power. Hospitality is the inviting atmosphere that connects worship and worshippers. If there is too much space in the sanctuary it feels empty, too crowded, it is unappealing. Discussions on these matters had been ongoing the past several years. It was brought up last year for implementation, and per Pastor’s request, was not pursued to allow both people and pastor time to acclimate without further change. The goal is growing in Christ, not dividing. This summer seemed appropriate timing. What about the financial impact on the musicians and the Church? The Board of Lay Ministry made it clear that this Cont’d on pg. 2

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Cont’d from pg. 1 experiment would not negatively impact the financial or contractual agreements made with Daniel and Ruth. Nor is it to suggest major near-future changes regarding Services times any other time of year. Altering their positions was considered unfair, inappropriate, and unhealthy for all involved at this time. What about the style or format of the weekly Services? Will there be a calendar that informs members which format would be used on what Sundays? These questions are related, and they reveal an underlying current of potential conflict. The conflict: pitting personal preferences against upholding the body of Christ in unity. They raise some corresponding questions: Does publicizing the information encourage unity in Christ or promote disunity and personal desires? Does personal preference validate or invalidate worship? Faith is always personal, but it is never private. Change always offers real chances for sin to sprout: grudges, money to be used as a threatening weapon, avoidance from corporate worship. However, change also sows seeds of Gospel growth: connecting people from two worship Services, practical application of bearing with one another in love, deepened humility and mutual service, opportunity to practice our freedom in Christ’s forgiving love, and a developing understanding of being “the body of Christ”—i.e. the family of God. Lastly, How can we express our concerns? This is a great question. Your thoughts need to be expressed the right way, to be heard by the right people. One avenue for such expression is to grumble or gossip. Unfortunately, walking this path separates people, and increases sin among us. Worse yet, we never really find satisfaction for our feelings. So the Lord has given His Church another way. People are encouraged to report their concerns and share their feelings honestly and in love with those who, in this case in particular, have been given the responsibility to take such actions. So please, if you have some thoughts, or even more so, have some fears or hurts, please contact one of these people: Justin Hackett, Jon Lenz, Kyle Dusing, Jeff Snyder, Karen Petron-Broda, Jon Roesch, Bob Koroll, or myself—Pastor Hinz. As you think about taking this step, remember two things: One, we—you and they (us)—are related by the blood of Jesus and desire to be united if faith even in disagreements. Two, you have placed responsibility for such decisions upon these people, offered accountability so they would be willing listeners to you, and promised to be diligently supporting them in word, in prayer, and in patience. We walk together my friends, in this life and in this faith. We do so remembering the justification by faith that has been granted to us through Jesus Christ our Lord, that we might have peace with God and with one another. By this we access grace, not only for ourselves, but also for one another, yes, even those we disagree with. Not only so, but we rejoice together, because we suffer together, growing into the hope that doesn’t disappoint, because God’s love has been poured into each of our hearts. I thank God that He has raised us up together for such a time as this! I commend all of this to Christ for our up building in Him! God’s peace, TRINITY

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Daily Bread from GOD’sText This past week I read an article by Mindy Belz in *WORLD Magazine [May 25, 2019, p. 34] that may resonate with thoughts of GOD’sText readers. She described her experience of reading through the entire Bible as “life-changing, revitalizing, essential.” She was also honest to admit that reading through the Old Testament (e.g., Leviticus) is challenging. Consider for a moment, Homer Simpson, paging through a Bible, saying, “Talk about a preachy book, everybody’s a sinner, except for this guy.” Then it takes three-quarters of the Bible before we meet Jesus (in the flesh) in the New Testament!

Notes from Our Associate Pastor

Well, hang in there with your daily Bible reading through the Old Testament (as well as Sunday worship and Bible Class) and avoid a summer slump. Why? Mindy offers three reasons: First, we read the Old Testament because Jesus did. He said, “Everything written about me in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled” (Luke 24:44). Second, we read the Old Testament to slow down. We need patience for an impatient world. The longer view … cultivates a deeper, steadier rhythm. We learn how others coped or didn’t … how God’s people cultivated hope … how they persevered when the world was against them … how God rescued them, time and time again. Third … “to build muscle.” “It takes strength to enjoy the world, and we must exercise a kind of muscle to revel and delight” (Tish Harrison Warren in Liturgy of the Ordinary). Slogging through the plagues of Egypt gets us to the redemption, rescue, and healing. Daily Bible reading is not a duty or task to check off each day like getting in 10,000 steps. It is the project of a lifetime. May you experience God’s insights and blessings as you continue reading through the Old Testament this summer (and beyond). Be patient for we will get to reading New Testament next year. It’s OK, even now, to seek a peek – you’ll be reassured God keeps all of his promises in Jesus Christ. Living daily by grace,

Pastor Beck

(*WORLD Magazine is a bimonthly news magazine whose mission statement is: “Biblically objective journalism that informs, educates, and inspires.” I highly recommend it. If you want to see some back issues, let me know. To learn more about subscribing: online at members.wng.org or by phone 828.435.2981)

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“Readers Digest” Guide to BPM 2019 The BPM group (Rev. John & Judy Beck and Pastor Hinz) would like to thank you (all the members of Trinity) for supporting the effort to attend this wonderful event [along with our partners— Strohschein’s, Kurash’s, and Joanne Keck]. It was a blessing to be participants, to experience the Church coming together in such a rich and hospitable way, and to return with learning, enrichment, and things to share for the benefit of our ministry efforts here at Trinity. With this opportunity came also a responsibility to share what we gained with you. We offer here a brief overview of what we gained and a summation of our thoughts for future sharing, study, and investment. An eight-page report has been given to our leadership and is available at your request. We would invite anyone interested to ask questions of us, or speak to the congregational leaders for ways to support, become involved, or encourage BPM and our efforts at proclaiming the kingdom of God here. Sincerely in Christ,

Trinity’s Best Practices participants At the February 2019 Best Practices in Ministry event, your team explored the following themes and topics to be used for further advancement in ministry here by us: Volunteerism Hospitality & Generosity Evangelism Church Planning, Growth, Development Connecting Christ According to Age or Place in Life Health and Wellness—Physical and Spiritual Prayer Leading Chapels, Devotions, Family Devotion Children’s, Men’s, Women’s, and Family Faith Development and Congregational Ministry Preaching Legal Changes Effecting the Church Sexual Identity/Orientation Resiliency Anxiety Muslims Responding to Tragedy Discipleship and Training Technology in the Church These topics were divided into many more specific sessions which are included in the full report. We were given numerous opportunities for personal and corporate growth through these break-out sessions and plenary meetings. Our group was likewise blessed by our time together sharing information, considering the Word of God for us and for Trinity, and bonding as fellow members of the body of Christ. Cont’d on pg. 5 TRINITY

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Cont’d from pg. 4 The greatest take-away was the absolutely devoted hospitality and care delivered by the host congregation. They demonstrated a truly giving and serving atmosphere. Thank you again for this opportunity. We have offered three key concepts for our congregation to consider as our focus for development in the coming year(s):



Generosity

2019 High School Graduates: Jaden Rose Evenson Eli Philip Huinker Emily Irene Kath Dayne Randle Morin Eric Thomas Nieters Danielle Nicole Schultz Brendan Joseph Schwartz Jameson William Weide Krystene Aileen Wiese



Families of Faith



BPM 2020

Lutheran Student Fellowship We had our Bible study with one young girl from Rwanda, Rosette, Christian background but really not much instruction. Then Masa from Japan - when he got here asked if his friend could come- so he came as well. Both of these young men are new to the Bible. They each were given a Bible and a workbook. They asked a lot of questions. Both so thankful to be invited back next week. If I sound excited it is because I am! What a blessing this Bible study will be! These are the opportunities we pray for! Please pray with me that we continue to have chances to share Jesus with these young people. God Bless!

Prince of Peace Eighth Grade Graduates

Barb Hertling 201 4th St. South St. Cloud, MN 56301 320-259-1577

Annika Broman Anna Dare Ava Grabinski

GOOD SHEPHERD TOURS—June 12, 2019

Abigail Peterson

It’s summer for Shepherd Tours and that means a scenic boat cruise – this time in beautiful Winona, MN on the Mississippi. Two hours of leisurely observing the pristine wildlife along the river banks and experiencing the navigational channel and the lock and dam system with Captain Aaron. Next stop is in Red Wing for you to explore, shop, or dine all within easy walking distance as our bus will “anchor” near the historic St. James Hotel.

Charles Peterson

Reserve soon! Remember, our Shepherd Tours are

Benaiah Hinz* Lucas Hoffman Adeline Norman Marjwok Omot* Ojem Omot*

Makaila Ryan Natilee Sohre

open to the public! Please share with your community. Janette Ditlefsen Ph: 320.258.9365

* member of Trinity

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Official Acts in May:

Women’s Bible Study Women's Bible Study will continue to meet through the summer. We will meet the second Wednesday of the month (June 12th and July 10th) at 6pm at Jenny's house. We look forward to seeing you. If you have any questions contact Jenny by phone, text or email. 320-309-5952 or [email protected]

Baptism: Linkin Paul Lyness –May 5 Parents: Spencer & Jessy Lyness Sponsors: Amanda Gross & Sarah Brower

Sunday, June 16– Thursday June 20 6-8:30pm Our LWML ladies had an enjoyable lunch and informative speaker at our Rally at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in May. Our June meeting will be at Trinity on June 13th at 1:00. Please join us for Bible study and fellowship. Bring your Mite Box Offering. We are sending a delegate, Sandra Machula, to the National Convention in Mobile, Alabama.

LWML

Thanksgivings, Endowments and Memorials

Team members needed for a Journey to Mars! We’re going on a space mission this year and we need you to join us on our way to Mars…and Beyond! Please contact Bev Karls 387-2777, or Kathy Stueve 253-8278 to sign up for opportunities to serve, lead and most of all, HAVE FUN on an adventure to Mars and Beyond! Join us as we explore where God’s power can take us. See pg. 9 for Registration form!

JUNE MEMORY VERSE:

Deuteronomy 6:5-6 “You

shall love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart.”

In Memory of Don Zwick: Geraldine & William Lovitz, Ron & Sharon Eickhoff, Virgil & Sue Bragelman, Donna Esselman, Janice Sorell, Duke Knafla, Bob & Jane Behrendt

JULY MEMORY VERSE: Joshua 1:9 “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”

Dine to Donate in June:

Dine to Donate in July:

Twisty

Chipotle

5821 Ridgewood Road

3959 2nd St. S

June 24, 11:00am—10:00pm

July 22, 4-8pm

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Served to Serve, The Song of the Church

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Worship and Music Notes

The “festival” half of the Church Year, celebrating the life of Christ from birth to ascension and the sending of the Holy Spirit as well as the recognition of the Holy Trinity, is transitioning into the “non-festival” half of the Church Year, the life of the church. The first half shows us that our Lord is the Lord who serves as witnessed in His life, death and resurrection. We also see His service to us in the Word and Sacraments as we gather on the Lord’s Day each week. The Lord’s service calls forth our service. How? Our service is demonstrated in sacrifices of praise and thanksgiving to Him and in loving service to one another. Having been called, gathered, enlightened, and sanctified by the Holy Spirit, we receive His gifts with thankfulness and praise. With psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, we joyfully confess all that God has done for us, declaring the praises of Him who called us out of darkness into His marvelous light. Our song joins with the song of every saint from every age to declare, extol, and magnify the strong name of our Triune God- Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. In every age God blesses His people by raising up hymnwriters who have honed their craft to create rich and fresh expressions of praise. Our Lutheran Service Book delivers a rich feast of Gospel-centered hymns from every age and many lands. I marvel at the content of the hymn texts as they bring God’s Word to our lips though song. They teach and proclaim in a myriad of ways that never grow stagnant or mundane. The hymns selected for our services are chosen for their correlation to the texts for the day. They may not always be familiar but are balanced out by a few well-known hymns. The introductions and harmonizations are selected based on the texts they are representing. I have been influenced by my years at Concordia, St. Paul and through Hymn Festivals I attend at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, the home of well-known Cantor Paul Manz now succeeded by David Cherwin, in Minneapolis. The organ our church has been blessed with provides creative interpretations to the literature based on our hymns. The music functions to serve the Incarnate Word. Manz is quoted as saying, “The music may woo the people, but it is the Word who will win them.” Like Martin Luther, Manz knew of music’s exegetical and proclamatory power; but, also like Luther, he knew the Word was central. May that truth be paramount as we worship through our hymns whether they be old favorites or newly penned. May the resources of our hymnal and voices be used in all their fullness to give voice to prayer, praise, and thanksgiving of God’s holy people as we are graciously served by Him through Word and Sacrament. +++++++++++++++++ Voices raised to You we offer; Tune them, God, for songs of praise. Hearts and hands we bring in tribute For Your gifts through all our days. Alleluia! Alleluia! Triune God, to You we sing! (LSB 795:1) +++++++++++++++++

Daniel Reineke, Traditional Music Director (320)248-7367 [email protected]

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Festival of Nativities Friday and Saturday, December 6th and 7th, 2019 Trinity is hosting the second Festival of Nativities in December. Would you like to participate in this non-denominational, intergenerational Christian outreach opportunity which is free for everyone in the Sauk Rapids/St. Cloud community? Last year between 350-400 individuals enjoyed the 80 plus nativity sets displayed in the fellowship hall. In addition, a variety of beautiful Christmas musical performances were enjoyed including a harpist, soloists, bell choir, and several musical groups. A children’s area and live “historical nativity” were also included. Committees will be forming soon! Regardless of the time commitment you can make or the talent you possess, there is a place for you to volunteer and participate in celebrating our Savior’s birth with the Sauk Rapids/St. Cloud area. Join your fellow Trinity family members in sharing the Good News through this outreach event at Trinity. Contact Joanne Keck at 320-492-1896 or [email protected] for more information on how you can become involved.

Highlighted this month... Sanctuary Choir The Sanctuary Choir provides additional music for the glory of God during the traditional service once a month and/or for holiday services. Our goal is to have enough voices to use 4-part repertoire, but more often then not go down to 3-part, 2-part, or unison selections. We are always on the look-out for more singers, especially lower voices! We start in September and usually end in May. Our rehearsals are typically at 6:00 on Wednesday evenings, unless we are sharing the space with the Celebration Ringers, then we may meet later. Please let Daniel Reineke know if you are interested or would like more information.

(Daniel- 320-248-7367)

WESTSIDE LIQUORS Great prices - Great service 8 locations Waite Park, East St. Cloud, Little Falls, Sauk Centre, Albertville. Baxter, Rice, Sartell

Bob & Linda Feuling

www.westsideliquor.com

235 Stearns Drive Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 320 –774-6084

Knotty Pine Liquor Store “Old Fashioned Service

Dennis Pursley Sauk Rapids & St. Cloud

21 Wilson Avenue NE St. Cloud, MN 56304

FUNERALS CREMATION PREPLANNING

320-252-5055

www.williamsdingmann.com

Duffy Engineering & Associates, Inc. Engineering Civil - Structural Mechanical - Electrical Land Surveying 350 Hwy 10 South, Suite 101

St. Cloud, MN 56304 320-259-6575

ww.duffyeng.com

Leann Klimek and Toni Kasella

Kelm & Reuter, P.A.

CPA’s 1139 Franklin Ave. NE #3 Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 (320) 774-2035

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111 7th Ave. S. PO Box 40 St. Cloud, MN 56302 (320)252-2841 or (888) 950-2265

1287 North 2nd Street, Suite101 251-1423 “The Sauk Rapids Law Firm”

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Prince of Peace News

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Summer Worship Schedule

Thank you for your continued support of Prince of Peace Lutheran School during the 2018-19 school year! This was a great school year ss we served 210 students in Preschool through 8th grade. There were many memories made this school year, here are a few highlighted for you! •

We had a class of 12 8th graders that were excellent leaders for our student body this year. We are so proud of them and the blessings that they will be as they go into high school next year!



Two of our teachers found out that they were expecting babies! A Preschool teach at Trinity, Mrs. Vanessa Bauer and her husband welcomed Anastasia Lee on Wed., May 15th into the world. Our 7th & 8th grade teacher, Mrs. Sarah Cation and her husband Jason are expecting a baby in June. We bid farewell and Gods’ richest blessings on Mrs. Cation as she will not be returning to Prince of Peace next year. We thank her for her dedicated service at POP!



Our students supported some amazing organizations with their chapel offerings. We collected food and money for Redeemer & Holy Cross’ food shelves. We collected the money for Camp Gratitude, Shoes that Grow, and Lutheran Island Camp. Our final offering went towards Chemo Bags that were packed and given to Coborn’s Cancer Center. These bags will be handed out all year long.



Our Middle School Robotics Team consisted of 3 8th graders who had an outstanding season. We were so excited to support them as they competed in Iowa at the US Create Open in April.

I want to personally thank your congregation for the welcome that you have given to me and my family. It is hard to believe that our first year here is already done, and we are looking forward to many more. We are so thankful that God has called us to serve here in St. Cloud. Be Strong in the Lord,

Summer worship services times will change June through September 1st to 9:00 a.m. It is an experiment and an opportunity for folks from two Services to bond! Sunday Bible Class will continue at 8:00am. We are looking into childcare. If you are willing to help coordinate, please contact the office. Coffee Fellowship will follow worship. Contact Justin Hackett, Board of Lay Ministry Chair, for questions or concerns. The Radio Broadcast will also be LIVE at 9:00am !

Lutheran Island Camp On June 2nd, nearly 30 young people will be installed at Lutheran Island Camp as the 2019 summer staff. The service will be held at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Henning. This year’s staff comes from around the country. Most are college students completing at least their first year of college. Many are studying for the ministry or church work of some type. They will have gone through a recruitment process by the NLOMA. They have had over 80 hours of training and will be ready to care for the hundreds of children who come to Lutheran Island Camp. As a congregation we will be praying for the camp and staff and we ask that each of our members lifts the camp up in your prayers. Our thanks to volunteers who have stopped by at camp to help out with various projects. This week already we’ve had volunteers for mowing, quilt auction and Christ Serve Ranch. If you have some extra time, we could use help this spring and summer with projects that range from our gardens to the quilt auction, from answering phones to help with mailings, from mowing lawns to fishing guides, from help with our Shoes for the Mission project to forming a Thrivent Action Grant Team. We need you and appreciate you!

Mrs. Anne Neilitz TRINITY

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May 27-June 1 Monday Numbers 22:1-25:18 Tuesday Numbers 26:1-27:23 Wednesday Numbers 28:1-30:16 Thursday Numbers 31:1-54 Friday Numbers 32:1-34:29 Saturday Numbers 35:1-36:13

July 1-6 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Deuteronomy 33:1-29 Deuteronomy 34:1-12 Joshua 1:1-18 Joshua 2:1-3:17 Joshua 4:1-5:12 Joshua 5:13-7:26

June 3-8 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Deuteronomy 1:1-46 Deuteronomy 2:1-37 Deuteronomy 3: 1-29 Deuteronomy 4:1-49 Deuteronomy 5:1-33 Deuteronomy 6:1-25

July 8-13 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Joshua 8: 1-9:27 Joshua 10: 1-43 Joshua 11:1-12:24 Joshua 13:1-15:63 Joshua 16:1-17:18 Joshua 18:1-19:51

Deuteronomy 7:1-26 Deuteronomy 8:1-20 Deuteronomy 9:1-10:22 Deuteronomy 11:1-12:32 Deuteronomy 13:1-18 Deuteronomy 14:1-15:23

July 15-20 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Joshua 20:1-21:45 Joshua 22:1-34 Joshua 23:1-16 Joshua 24:1-33 Judges 1:1-36 Judges 2:1-23

July 22-27 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Judges 3:1-31 Judges 4:1-5:31 Judges 6:1-8:34 Judges 9:1-10:18 Judges 11:1-12:15 Judges 13:1-16:31

June 10-15 Monday Tuesday Wedn. Thurs. Friday Sat.

June 17-22 Monday Deuteronomy 16:1-17:20 Tuesday Deuteronomy 18:1-19:21 Wed. Deuteronomy 20:1-21:23 Thurs. Deuteronomy 22:1-23:25 Friday Deuteronomy 24:1-22 Saturday Deuteronomy 25:1-26:19 June 24-29 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Deuteronomy 27:1-26 Deuteronomy 28:1-68 Deuteronomy 29:1-29 Deuteronomy 30:1-20 Deuteronomy 31:1-30 Deuteronomy 32:1-52

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July 29-August 3 Monday Judges 17:1-18:31 Tuesday Judges 19:1-20:48 Wednesday Judges 21:1-25 Thursday Ruth 1:1-2:23 Friday Ruth 3:1-4:22 Saturday 1 Samuel 1:1-28

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Trinity Lutheran Church

Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage

2163 Mayhew Lake Rd NE Sauk Rapids, MN 56379-4554

PAID St. Cloud, MN Permit No. 35

RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED

TRINITY TIDINGS Trinity Lutheran Church Our Mission: “Sharing the Caring Christ with all People”

Contact Us Church Contact Information Church Office: 252-3670 Church Fax: 202-1095 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.trinitysr.org Office Staff Pastor David Hinz Pastor John Beck Pastor John Bakou

Additional Contact Information Admin. Assistant: Judy Rehwaldt Traditional Music : Daniel Reineke 248-7367 Contemporary Music: Ruth Immerfall 291-9293 Prayer Chain: Delores Volkers 252-2101, Parish Nurse: Jennifer Machula Prince of Peace School Office: 251-1477

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Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday 1 9:00am Altar Guild

2 Graduate Commissioning 8:00am Adult Bible Study 9:00am Worship (HC) Z3 12:00pm Anyuak Worship (M,Y) 3:00pm Creative Crafts

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4 7:00pm Friends in Harmony (W)

5 7:00am Men's Bible [email protected] GS

6 9:00am Sewing and Crafts (F) 6:00pm Worship Team Rehearsal

7 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm Narc. Anon. (CC)

8 9:00am Altar Guild

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10 6:00pm Bev's CC (CM)

11 1:05pm Youth Rox Baseball Game 7:00pm Friends in Harmony (W)

12 7:00am Men's Bible [email protected] GS GS Trip to Winona 6:00pm Women’s Bible Study

13 1:00pm LWML 5:30pm Lay Ministry Mtg. 6:00pm Worship Team Rehearsal 6:30 Leadership Mtg.

14 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm Narc. Anon. (CC)

15 9:00am Altar Guild

17

18 7:00pm Friends in Harmony (W) 6-8pm Vacation Bible School 25 7:00pm Friends in Harmony (W)

19 7:00am Men's Bible Study @ GS

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21 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm Narc. Anon. (CC)

22 9:00am Altar Guild

28 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm Narc. Anon. (CC)

29 9:00am Altar Guild

Pentecost

CONVENTION OFFERING DEDICATION

8:00am Adult Bible Study 9:00am Worship Z4 (HC) Sewing & Crafts Sale 12:00pm Anyuak Worship 16 Holy Trinity/Father’s Day 8:00am Adult Bible Study 9:00am Worship (HC) Z5 12:00pm Anyuak Worship 6-8pm Vacation Bible School 23 8:00am Adult Bible Study 9:00am Worship Z1 (HC) 12:00pm Anyuak Worship 4:00pm 4H Meeting

6-8pm Vacation Bible School 24 6:00pm Bev's CC 11am – 10pm POP Dine to Donate at Twisty

30 8:00am Adult Bible Study 9:00am Worship Z2 (HC) 12:00pm Anyuak Worship (M,Y)

Room Reservation Key O=Overflow Room CDC=Child Development Cntr

6-8pm Vacation Bible School 26 7:00am Men's Bible [email protected] GS

6-8pm Vacation Bible School 27

Notes:

W=Worship Space F=Fellowship Hall

Scl=Small Class Room

M=Music Room

Lcf=Large Conf Room

CM=Care Ministry

Lcl=Large Class Room

Y=Youth Room

Scf=Small Conf Room

K=Kitchen

Sun

Mon 1

July 2019 at Trinity Lutheran Tue Wed Thu 2 7:00pm Friends in Harmony (W)

3 7:00am Men's Bible Study @ GS

Fri

4

Independence Day Office Closed Parking Lot Fellowship and Fireworks!

7 8:00am Adult Bible Study 9:00am Worship Z3 (HC) 12:00pm Anyuak Worship

14 8:00am Adult Bible Study 9:00am Worship Z4 (HC) 12:00pm Anyuak Worship

21 8:00am Adult Bible Study 9:00am Worship Z5 (HC) 12:00pm Anyuak Worship LCMS National Convention 28 8:00am Adult Bible Study 9:00am Worship Z1 (HC) 12:00pm Anyuak Worship

8 6:00pm Bev's CC (CM)

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22 6:00pm Bev's CC (CM) 4-8pm POP Dine to Donate at Chipotle LCMS National Convention 29 9:30am Parish Workers NL

9 7:00pm Friends in Harmony (W)

16 7:00pm Friends in Harmony (W)

23 7:00pm Friends in Harmony (W)

10 7:00am Men's Bible Study @ GS 6:00pm Women’s Bible Study

11 1:00pm LWML

17 7:00am Men's Bible Study @ GS

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24 7:00am Men's Bible Study @ GS

5:30pm Lay Ministry Mtg.

6:00pm Worship Team Rehearsal 6:30 Leadership Mtg.

25 6:00pm Worship Team Rehearsal NEWSLETTER DEADLINE

LCMS National Convention 30 7:00pm Friends in Harmony (W)

LCMS National Convention

Sat

5 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm

6 9:00am Altar Guild

12 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm

13 9:00am Altar Guild

19 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm

20 9:00am Altar Guild

Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous

LCMS National Convention

26 9:00am Parish Workers 6:00pm

27 9:00am Altar Guild

Narcotics Anonymous

LCMS National Convention

31 7:00am Men's Bible Study @ GS

Room Reservation Key

W=Worship Space

Scl=Small Class Room

M=Music Room

Lcf=Large Conf. Room

CM= Care Ministry

O=Overflow Room

F=Fellowship Hall

Lcl=Large Class Room

Y=Youth Room

Scf=Small Conf. Room

K= Kitchen

June Birthdays Name Bailey Behrendt Justin Mousky Omot Ojulu Debora Ploof Dave Strohschein Seth Brashear Harvey Ehlers Ashley Keske Eric Knafla Achalla Othow Karen Strohschein Brooklee Adkins Paul Benson Hannah Ek Kelsey Zoellner Norman Greenwaldt Courtney Lazer Elsa Machula Betty Muehlbauer Karwara Okan Brenna Cash JoAnn Evenson Andrew Kath Paul Lindquist Bessie Batten Arthur Braun Hazel Mooney Delano Schultz Brooklyn Zwick Rainer Figallo Jennifer Hinz Brian Jenness Marjwok Omot Cody Swenson Janelle Clark Kennedy ProwDockendorf Akelo Agwa Chad Kosloske

Birthdate 6/1 6/1 6/1 6/1 6/1 6/2 6/2 6/2 6/2 6/2 6/2 6/3 6/3 6/3 6/3 6/4 6/4 6/4 6/4 6/4 6/5 6/5 6/5 6/5 6/7 6/7 6/7 6/7 6/7 6/8 6/8 6/8 6/8 6/8 6/9 6/9 6/10 6/10

Lynda Messerich Obang Oriet Jeremy Kardell Carolyn Wold Cindy Besser Nolan Herbst James Johnson Karen Ludwig Adalynn Paul Tristyn Anderson Sue Bragelman Donovan Figallo Jane Fread Raegan Hackett Calvin LurkenTvrdik Billy Randall Marlene Timm Lloyd Haehnel Sandy Lyness Sue Morey Rachel Petersen Susan Riehm Marguerite Wegner Nickolas Beck Eric Haffner Caroline Hoagland Norgean Knafla Ridge Randall Marcia Jurek Dennis Wolle Bungere Ojullu Joe Poepping Jerry Lanz Daniel Rogosheske Kelly Butkowski Beverly Grose Bob Koroll Karen Machula

6/10 6/10 6/11 6/11 6/12 6/12 6/12 6/12 6/12 6/13 6/13 6/13 6/13 6/13 6/13 6/13 6/14 6/15 6/15 6/15 6/15 6/15 6/15 6/16 6/16 6/16 6/16 6/16 6/17 6/17 6/18 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/21 6/21 6/21

Diane Haffner Amber Kutzorik Braelyn Reichel Blake Roering Tara Behrendt Collin Fuchs Joseph Koehler Katy Lund Dave Schwartz Eric Helgeson Roger Nieters Grace Voss Marlene Becker Ashlyn Frey Benjamin Oman Joe Kampa Jamie Machula June Niemala Emmett Machula Troy Keske Kay Kosloske Joe Machula Adam Holzheimer Dylan Maselter Renee Rasmusson Jeffrey Schlueter Elliana Swenson

6/22 6/22 6/22 6/22 6/23 6/23 6/23 6/23 6/23 6/24 6/24 6/24 6/25 6/25 6/25 6/26 6/26 6/26 6/27 6/28 6/28 6/28 6/29 6/29 6/30 6/30 6/30

July Birthdays Name Shibo Gora Tammy Ripka Daniel Zwick Craig Cooper Marge Haase Leah Roesch Luo Balo Ramona LurkenTvrdik Wyatt Philabaum Trinity Adkins Akarah Agada Ross Copeland Lloyd Karls Curt Morey Sherry Weide Krystene Wiese Wade Benoit Ella Jevne Amelia Ramler Veronica Peacock Sandra Busche Avery Stafford Jim Truenow Jan Grunert Mary-Nell Jahn Samantha Lyness Lucas Fragodt Amy Kath Janet Kramin Richard Lovitz Andrew Maselter Cody Montag Steve Reese Leslie Becher Kenzie Kulow Justin Schlueter Herbert Wolfgram Mathew Benoit

Birthdate 7/1 7/1 7/1 7/2 7/2 7/2 7/3 7/3 7/3 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/5 7/5 7/5 7/6 7/8 7/8 7/8 7/10 7/10 7/10 7/11 7/11 7/11 7/11 7/11 7/11 7/11 7/12 7/12 7/12 7/12 7/13

Rebecca Cash Jacob Haehnel Oliel Kwot Karen Lunderby Barbara Mingo Russ Sowa William Sprengeler Creighton Clark Bonnie Duea Daniel Novak Chris Keske Jackson Koehler Tim Staneart Daniel Reineke Hayley Kosloske Katie Oltz Laverne Schaefer Dana Schmid Thomas Skuza Paulette Harden Sidney Wallgren Lem-wa Ojullu Elli Reginek Karen Robarge Karla Benoit Michelle Braun Tucker Jarnot Cory Homan Kennedy Busche Joseph Voigt Kaitlyn Hejhal Deagan Hollenkamp Tyler Kranz Donna Wolle Kayla Wiese Madison DesMarais Andrew Heyne Jenny Schlangen Kalieka Hallerman Riley Prow

7/13 7/13 7/13 7/13 7/13 7/13 7/13 7/14 7/14 7/14 7/15 7/16 7/16 7/17 7/18 7/18 7/18 7/18 7/18 7/20 7/20 7/21 7/22 7/22 7/23 7/23 7/23 7/24 7/25 7/25 7/26 7/26 7/26 7/26 7/27 7/28 7/29 7/29 7/30 7/30

Alex Schlichting Karli Zormeier Summer Gerads Thomas Manthey Peggy Smolnik Breken Wenger

7/30 7/30 7/31 7/31 7/31 7/31