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Fourteenth Week after Pentecost

 

September 14 & 15, 2019

 

Welcome in the name of the Lord!  We trust that if you are seeking Christ, you will find him here; if troubled in spirit, you will gain peace; if discouraged, you will rejoice in hope; if friendless, find companionship and Christian love; that these and other blessings may be your portion is our prayer. 

 

Serving this weekend

Assisting Ministers:  

(5)   Suellen White          

(9:30) Dave Faller

 

Lectors:        

(5)   Kate Mingle              

(9:30) Mary Mathews

 

Ushers:               

(5)   Hope Bauman, Mary Parada

(9:30)   John King, Bob Evans, Barbara Reilly, Sandi Wirth

 

Altar Guild:

(5)   Hope Bauman, Mary Parada

(9:30) Joe & Grace Kellermeier

 

Flower Distribution:

Glady Bachman

 

 

Announcements:

 

This Sunday, September 15th there will be a gratitude reception for Pastor Prehn in Fellowship Hall, following the 9:30 service. Please join us to celebrate and say thank you to Pastor Prehn!  We thank Pastor Roger Prehn for all he has done in his ministry at Trinity during the two times he has served our congregation. We thank his dear wife Andrea for her willingness to share him with us and for her warm and loving presence among us. We wish them a fun, relaxing and fulfilling retirement together. They are truly loved and will be missed by all of us.

 

We celebrate with Arisa "Peak" Sherry as she receives her First Communion on Sunday.  May Christ be her way, her truth, and her life.  We pray that through this bread and wine she will be strengthened in her faith as she serves God's people in word and deed.

 

Choir and Handbell rehearsals have resumed on Wednesday evenings.  New members are always welcome!  If you would like to sing or ring this year, please contact Cantor Larson.  

 

Monday Night Bible Study, led by Grace Kellermeier, is held in the fellowship hall from 7 – 8:30 pm. We will be studying the book of Luke, in alignment with the Lectionary and in preparation for the March 18-25 journey to the Holy Land that some of our congregation members will make with Pastor Prehn.  Regardless of travel, all are welcome. Workbook costs $8.00

 

Beacon Announcements and Schedules:  Please submit information by Sunday, September 15 to trinitylutheran485@gmail.com or put information in the Beacon mailbox located in the ushers’ room off the narthex.

 

Halifax Urban Ministry Soup Kitchen - 316 North Street, Daytona Beach: Signup sheets are in the narthex for: Monday — September 23, 10:30 am/ Serving. 

 

Trinity Lutheran Church was notified that Linda Avis died on Monday, September 9.  The family is planning a Celebration of Life at a later time.  We will keep you informed as to the date and time of the celebration.  Linda was an active member since 2011. 

 

Trinity Lutheran Church Celebrates 65 Years – Please Join Us

                When: Saturday, September 28

                Time:    6:00 pm

                Location:  Fellowship Hall

                Bring your favorite finger food to share.  Beer, wine, and punch will be provided.

                The clipboard with a signup sheet is in the narthex this weekend.

 

 Let’s Fill Our Cart! Gifts of Love is our local food bank.  They need non-perishable food donations to help the poor struggling in our community.  Many are working families with children.  GOL donations such as peanut butter, canned fruit, vegetables, meats and cereal will help these families.  Please share what God has given to you and be a blessing to others.

 

Beginning Sunday, October 6 — Sunday Worship Services are at 8:00 am & 10:30 am.  Saturday Services are at 5:00 pm.  

 

Calendar of Events

Saturday (14)                                    

Worship Service                                      5:00 pm

 

Sunday (15)

Worship Service/ First Communion          9:30 am

Farewell to Pastor Prehn/Reception

 

Monday (16)

Bible Study                                               7:00 pm

 

Tuesday (17)

Mission Workshop                                     9:00 am

 

Wednesday (18)

Handbells                                                   6:00 pm

Choir                                                          7:00 pm

 

Friday (20)

Office Closed

 

Saturday (21)

Worship Service                                        5:00 pm

 

Sunday (22)

Worship Service                                        9:30 am

 

Monday (23)

HUM—soup kitchen                                   10:30 am

Bible Study                                                7:00 pm

 

 

Commemorations this Week

Monday, September 16     Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage, martyr, died around 258     Cyprian served as a bishop during a time of great persecution of Christians. He insisted on receiving back those who had left the faith under duress. He also provided medical care during a severe epidemic.

 

Tuesday, September 17     Hildegard, Abbess of Bingen, died 1179     A mystic who was widely influential within the church, Hildegard advised and reproved kings and popes, wrote poems and hymns, and produced treatises in medicine, theology, and natural history. She was also a musician and artist.

 

Wednesday, September 18     Dag Hammarskjöld, renewer of society, died 1961     A Swedish diplomat, Hammarskjöld served as the second Secretary General of the United Nations until his death in a plane crash while trying to negotiate peace in present-day Zambia. His journal, published as Markings, revealed the depth of his Christian faith.

 

Friday, Sept. 20     Nelson Trout     A native of Ohio, Trout served parishes in several parts of the United States before being elected bishop of the South Pacific District of the American Lutheran Church, the first African American Lutheran to serve in such a capacity.

 

Saturday, Sept. 21     Matthew     Matthew (or Levi) was a tax collector in Capernaum for the Roman government. Tax collectors were frequently despised for dishonesty and for assisting the occupiers. Jesus nevertheless showed love for them and chose Matthew to be a disciple.

 

Next weekend’s readings:  Amos 8:4-7; Ps 113; I Tim2:1-7; Luke 16:1-13

 

God bless and have a great weekend.   Invite a friend to worship with you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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