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July 2019 Newsletter

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St. Paul Ev. Lutheran Church

800 South Division Street

Chenoa, Il  61726

 

July 1, 2019

 

Vacation Bible School was held Monday, June 10th, 9-11 AM.  Our thanks to the following for helping with Vacation Bible School—Pam and Hannah Norris, Lois Pulaski, Penny Reed, Cherlyn and Brooklyn McBride, Danielle Gooding, Cindy Meister, Sophia Schuler, Tracey Schuler, Pastor and Ruth Latzke and thanks to Anna Schmidgall who organized Vacation Bible School.  A special thanks to those who donated items for VBS.  Thirty-two children ages four through fourth grade participated in “Miraculous Mission.”   The children shared God’s Miraculous Message by sending money to this outreach project that sends books about God’s love to kids around the United States.  This project focuses on reaching children and families in this country who have not heard the Gospel or do not have any books about Jesus.  Enough money was collected to send 140 books.  By getting the children involved in this project, children will learn that God values all people regardless of race, ethnicity or social status. 

 

 

 

 







St. Paul’s Discipleship

Date Attendance Offering Missions
06-02 65 2789.00 55.00
06-09 73 1887.00 45.00
06-16 96 2388.00 30.00
06-23 73 2181.00 50.00
06-30 91 2371.00 25.00
Ladies Restroom Renovation   60.00  
Vacation Bible School   25.00  
Youth   150.00  








Holy Acts and Rites of the Church

Our sympathy to the Kenny Shane family who passed away June 6, 2019 and was given Christian burial on June 9, 2019.  Kenny was born January 3, 1935, became a child of God by Holy Baptism on April 12, 1936 at Pontiac Methodist Church and confirmed his baptismal vows on January 29, 1955 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Chenoa. 

 

Our sympathy to the Carolyn Kemp family who passed away June 13, 2019 and was given Christian burial on June 19, 2019.  Carolyn became a child of God by Holy Baptism and confirmed her baptismal vows at Trinity Lutheran Church, Chenoa. 

 

 

On Thursday evening, July 4th, the Youth will be serving refreshments during the Fireworks.  This is a fund raiser for their trip to the Youth Gathering held in Minneapolis MN.  They would appreciate your support. 

The Congregation would like to congratulate Pastor Jeremy who celebrated his tenth anniversary of his ordination. Pastor was ordained on June 28, 2009.   Refreshments and fellowship followed worship on June 30th in honor of the occasion.




From our Parish Nurse                                                                                                        Pam Norris



Blood Pressure checks will be taken after worship on Sunday, July 7th.

 

 

It May Be Time for an Oil Change

 

Not all cooking oils are the same. Some are better than others when it comes to your heart-health. That being said, all oils contain fat and that means fat calories, so fats should be used sparingly. When you do you use oils, choose those that are higher in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fat.

 

 

Here’s the difference:

 

 

Choosing the right nutritional oil for the job

 

High smoke point oils for searing and browning: 

Oil

% Mono

% Poly

% Sat

Almond

65

28

7

Hazelnut

82

11

7

Palm

38

10

52

Sunflower

79

7

14

Medium-high smoke point for baking or stir frying:

Oil

% Mono

% Poly

% Sat

Canola

62

31

7

Macadamia nut

84

3

13

Olive

78

8

14

Peanut

48

34

18

 

Medium smoke point oils for light sautéing, sauces and low-heat baking:

Oil

% Mono

% Poly

% Sat

Corn

25

62

13

Pumpkin seed

32

53

15

Sesame

41

44

15

Soybean

25

60

15

Coconut

6

2

92

Oils for making dressings, dips or marinades:

Oil

% Mono

% Poly

% Sat

Flaxseed

65

28

7

Grapeseed

17

73

10

Walnut

24

67

9

 


Source: ClevelandClinic.org and Harvard Health/printed by permission of Better Health