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June 2019 Newsletter

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St. Paul Ev. Lutheran Church

800 South Division Street

Chenoa, Il  61726

 

June 5, 2019

 

Vacation Bible School begins on Monday, June 10th, 9-11 AM.  Come and join the Miraculous Mission.  Helpers are needed and there is a sign-up sheet at church or contact Anna Schmidgall.  Vacation Bible School will continue every day through Thursday and on Friday evening with a Friday evening session and closing ceremony.  You can sign up on the church’s web page.   Each day the children will have a different lesson theme.  They are as follows:     God Made the Universe ; God Promises a Savior; Jesus the Savior is Born; Jesus the Savior is Risen; Jesus the Savior Reigns

 

 

 







St. Paul’s Discipleship

Date Attendance Offering Missions
05-05 92 2510.00 25.00
05-12 100 3057.00 60.00
05-19 92 2069.00 30.00
05-26 80 2296.00 55.00
Ladies Restroom Renovation   1048.00  
Vacation Bible School   25.00  
Debt Retirement   150.00  








Holy Acts and Rites of the Church

On Palm Sunday, April 14th, Aaron Verdun confirmed his baptismal vows.    Aaron,  son of Brian and Krista Verdun was born August 6, 2006 and became a child of God by the washing of Holy Baptism on August 27, 2006.  His sponsors were Erick and Laura Mund.  Aaron’s Bible Verse is from Romans, chapter 12: 12 Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer.

 

 




From our Parish Nurse                                                                                                        Pam Norris



Managing Medical Marijuana

 

Approximately 33 states and the District of Columbia currently have laws legalizing marijuana use in some form. Ten states allow recreational use while the remaining states allow marijuana for medical uses.

Even though marijuana is becoming more legal and does possess medical uses, health concerns do exist:

 

 

 

Source: WebMD.com, CDC.gov, and medicalnewstoday.com/printed by permission of Better Health

 









Sunday School

 

May Perfect Attendance

 

PreK-Kindergarten

Joshua Gooding

Jarret Gooding

Elaine Schmidgall

 

First-Third Grade

Jacsen Gooding

Carolyn Schmidgall                            

Henry Schmidgall

 

Fourth-Fifth Grade

Alexis Gooding

Isaac Latzke

Dylan Verdun

 

Sixth-Seventh Grade

Brooklyn McBride

Aaron Verdun

Cole Weber

 

Eighth Grade-High School

Chase Beitz

Clayton Beitz

Elijah Beitz

Hannah Norris

Nathan Reed

Aaron Shrewsbury

Nolan Verdun




Perfect Attendance for the Year

The following students had Perfect Attendance or Near Perfect Attendance for this year: Isaac Latzke, Cole Weber, Chase Beitz, Clayton Beitz, Elijah Beitz, Hannah Norris, Nathan Reed




Baptismal Birthdays

The following students celebrate baptismal birthdays in June and July: Jarret Gooding (6/1), Nathan Reed (6/15), Paige Weber (7/11), Jacob Raber (7/20), and Alexis Gooding (7/27).



 

 

Thank You

Thank you to Danielle Gooding, Cherlyn McBride, Krista Verdun, Leon Beitz, Norman Bietz, and Penny Reed (substitute) for serving as teachers this year.  Thank you to all the parents for bringing their children to church each week.  Continue to pray for our families and that they will continue grow in Christ throughout the summer.

 

 




Offering

Preschool – High School collected $250 this year.   Offering is designated for LCMS World Relief and Human Care, Disaster Response.  To learn more about LCMS Disaster Response go to: https://www.lcms.org/disaster-response






 

Pastor and Congregation:

 

Thank you for being so thoughtful.

Thank you for the use of the church for the graduation party.  We’ve had so many important family events there—baptisms, confirmations, birthday celebrations – it was special to have this there as well.  This has been an emotional time for my family—it isn’t easy to watch your baby prepare to leave and become a grown up.  But I know she has a strong foundation in Christ and lots of people praying for continued success.

 

With love,

Cherlyn McBride and family





We have received this note from our adopted Seminary Student:

 

Ladies of St. Paul’s,

          First and foremost—We thank you so much for your support in the first half of our seminary experience in Fort Wayne!

          I have been assigned to be a vicar at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Lincoln, Nebraska!  My supervisor will be Pastor Clint Poppe.  Following a couple short summer classes, we will be moving in the first half of July to begin on July 15.  We are currently in the process of making moving plans as the Spring quarter is about to come to an end.

          The congregation that I am assigned to has a Lutheran School with a classical-based curriculum where our daughter will attend.  I will be assisting in teaching Latin and Religion to the students.  I ought to begin to learn some Latin!

          Thank you once again for the support.  It has been truly helpful and a blessing to us.  We will stay in contact!

 

In Service to Christ,                                       You are truly servants of Christ!

Daniel Golden                                                       Bless You All!!


We already have a new adopted Seminary Student for next year.  Gunner Campbell, who is Cindy Meister’s nephew, who is married to the daughter of  Rev. Peter Glock’s [Pastor at Zion Lutheran, Wenona].  In the 1950’s  a Rev. Ernest Glock was our interim pastor for St. Paul, Chenoa and St. Paul, Lexington

 

Our congratulations to Christine [Jolly] Lujano who was among the graduates at University of Illinois this May.