OUR VISION: Calvary Lutheran Church is a welcoming community of caring people grounded in the Living WORD of God. The power of the Cross and the Risen Christ is working through us, transforming our world and building His kingdom. OUR MISSION: Our mission at Calvary Lutheran Church is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ as revealed in Holy Scripture.
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December Calendar Highlights
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Pastoral Search Team
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FIRM Ornament Make, Take, Give Third World Shoppe Third World Shoppe; Welcome to Calvary: Baptsmal Prep Class Advent Supper, Worship & ADVENTure Serenity Inn Meal Program Deacon Meeting Council Reports Due; Deadline for Annual Reports; Advent Supper, Worship & ADVENTure Crossroads Deadline Worship; Food Sunday; SS Christmas Eve rehearsal; DECK THE HALLS Congregation Council Advent Supper, Worship & ADVENTure Church Office Closed at noon Christmas Eve; Worship at 4, 7, & 11 pm CHRISTMAS DAY; Worship at 9 am Church Office Closed; SVdP Meal Program Church Office Hours: 9am-3pm Church Office Hours: 9am-3pm Church Office Hours: 9am-3pm; Crossroads Assembly Church Office Hours: 9am-3pm
The Calvary Crossroads is published monthly. All news articles should be submitted to the church office by the deadline listed on the church calendar. Electronic submissions are preferred (email: email@example.com).
The Shepherd’s Notebook for the Season of Advent elcome to Advent, the first season of the Christian Church Year. During these four weeks of Sundays beginning November 27, as people of faith and hope, we’ll prepare for the coming of Christ: Past, Present, and Future. As Advent approaches, I can’t help but celebrate the truth that an angel once spoke to another woman of faith, in another place and time. Her name was Mary. Her mission: Make the invisible visible. Become the Mother of God-inthe-flesh. Her Savior, your Savior and mine. Jesus our Christ. Luke 1:37 states the holy truth:
“For nothing is impossible with God.” The invisible God became visible to us in Christ more than 2,000 years. What seems impossible – new life starting now and never ending – becomes possible by nothing more and nothing less than faith. And what an incredibly freeing gift that is -- to know that our eternal future is secure. Bought and paid for by the precious blood of that little Baby Jesus, who came and grew up, lived and died and rose again, to save us from our sin and our selves. From seeing the invisible, to believing the impossible, to receiving the incredible – friends, that is precisely the journey that our Lord is leading Calvary on right now. And, there’s no better time than Advent to engage this journey of faith in an even bolder, more vigorous, more intentional way. As I write these words, you and I are about 4-1/2 months into the interim journey that we began last August 1st. The Holy Spirit has been and continues to be at work, and a new, renewed Calvary is being born. The Christ who never abandoned Calvary in difficult times continues to be among us: In Word, in Sacrament, and in a holy community that is being prepared for what just could be an incredible future. Christ
promises to continue to be among us, and He looks to us to keep on being faithful until He returns in person. I can’t wait to see what will be born anew at Calvary. Can you? Already there are glimpses of this renewed Calvary everywhere. We see it in the faces of our youngsters when they come up for the Young Peoples’ Message, and astound us with their questions and insights. We find it in the emerging mission and ministry plan that will be presented to the congregation at the 2012 annual meeting. We hear it in the voices of those who’ve chosen to make Calvary their church home. We sense it in our growing relationship with the North American Lutheran Church. We find it in the continuation of vibrant ministries with families of all ages, in faith-promoting ministries of worship, learning, witness, service and stewardship. Imagine that! When we care for the renewed Body of Christ that is Calvary Lutheran Church, we are caring for Christ, even as He first cared , and continues to care, for us! Come, Lord Jesus – at Christmas, now, and always. Make your home with us, that, by faith, we would see the invisible, believe the impossible and receive the incredible. After all, NOTHING is impossible with You. Amen! In Christ and His Service,
Prayers Please check the weekly announcement bulletin for those people needing our urgent prayers. If you have any prayer requests, please call or email the church office. Please also continue to pray for the following Calvary family and friends: Shut-Ins: Betty Schraith, Lorraine Zembinski. Long Term Care: Elaine Shaw, Paul & Marj Skarie, Lorene & Greg Fleckenstein, Pat Kurtz, Shirley Derse, Dyana Solheim (former member of Calvary & friend of Donna Mueller), Fern MacGillis (mother-in-law of Jim Harrison), Wayne Higgin, son-in-law of Ruth Yankus; Carol Manning (cousin of Pat Treutelaar), Mickey Rash, Bill Rash Jr. (son of Mickey Rash).
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It’s About Our Family Births We rejoice with Laura & Kyle Pape and big brother, Camden, on the birth of a baby boy on November 8th.
Please inform the church office of any illnesses, births or deaths, or of any change of address, phone or email address.
Marriages We wish God’s blessings to Heather Anson and Marcos Aguilar, married at Calvary on November 25th
From the Church Office • •
Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the church office will be closed on Friday, November 25. The church office will be closed at noon on Friday, December 23. In addition, the office will be closed on Monday, December 26. From December 27-30 (Tuesday-Friday), office hours will be 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. As we approach the end of 2011, we ask you to please look carefully and prayerfully at your financial giving for this year. 2012 Offering Envelopes will be mailed directly to your homes mid-December. Please watch the mail for this delivery. The financial books close on Friday, December 30. To ensure proper credit for 2011 tax purposes, please have your contributions in the church office by the 30th . Contributions received after the 30th will not be credited to your 2011 giving. Thank you for your continued support of the many ministries of Calvary.
By the constitution we are required to maintain an active membership roll. Membership at Calvary is indicated by participating in its ministry in worship, communing, and giving in time, talent, and money. By the time of the Annual Meeting, the membership will be reviewed. During the stewardship activity in November, people had an opportunity to renew their membership and commitment to Calvary. If you should have any questions in regard to this, please speak with the pastor. The goal is not numbers, but meaningful ministry for an individual and for us as a congregation. Please remember to support our advertisers on the inside cover of the newsletter. With these ads, Calvary’s newsletter is printed at no cost to us. Please remember to notify the church office (in writing or by phone) with a change to your address/ phone number/e-mail. Thank you.
Thank You From Ruby Hauch: Thank you Calvary family for your prayers, phone calls, cards, and deeds of Christian caring in the healing process of my hip replacement. From Sojourner Family Peace Center: We cannot thank you enough for your support of our mission and encourage you to continue with your support. From Becca & Danny from Lutheran Bible Translators: Thank you so much for your gifts to our ministry back in March and May. We are deeply grateful for your support of
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this work. Despite how late this note is, we want you to know we are so very thankful for your support as we have faced so many extra expenses with all [the] transitions. We appreciate your prayers for Danny as he works through his PhD studies to better equip him for continued service in Papua, New Guinea. From Alvina Federwitz of Lutheran Bible Translators: Thank you for supporting me through your gifts and prayers to empower Liberians to develop and use their mother tongue languages so Liberians can hear and read God’s Wordin a language that truly speaks to their hearts.
Mission & Outreach
December Mission of the Month For more than 50 years, Luther Manor has been serving seniors and their families. An initial gift in 1957 led to the founding of the United Lutheran Program for the Aging, Inc. Several years later, the Association of Southeastern Wisconsin Lutheran Congregations created Luther Manor, located in the quiet Milwaukee suburb of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Today, Luther Manor is an outstanding community of housing and health care options for seniors.
Philosophy The philosophy of Luther Manor is to fulfill our mission and vision by collaborating with clients, their families (advocates), friends and staff to ensure that actual and perceived needs are assessed and addressed in ways that:
Luther Manor is an accredited Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)
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Serving nearly 800 residents on a 29-acre campus in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin More than 693 full-time and part-time employees More than 600 adult and teen volunteers providing more than 54,000 hours of volunteer service annually 73 corporately-affiliated Lutheran congregations from the Greater Milwaukee area 18-member Board of Directors, elected to 3-year terms
Affirm and Nurture the spirituality of each person Retain client participation in decision-making Promote and Foster independence and personal autonomy Maintain a service-rich environment of caring among clients, families, volunteers and staff Utilize Luther Manor programs and services, as well as those of the broader community
Luther Manor is a ministry of the United Lutheran Program for the Aging (ULPA), a nonprofit association of more than 73 Lutheran congregations in the Greater Milwaukee area. ULPA is dedicated to serving older adults of all faiths. Nearly one-half of those served by Luther Manor are from religious denominations other than Lutheran.
Vision Statement Guided by our Christian heritage and shared values, we consistently strive to exceed the expectations of those we serve. We respond to changing needs by providing a network of information and services to our constituents and to the older adults in our community. We are open and receptive to collaborative efforts with other organizations and encourage others to share our mission. We are recognized for excellence in providing housing and services for older adults in the Greater Milwaukee area.
Your financial contributions to Calvary’s Mission of the Month during December go to support this worthwhile program. Use your weekly offering envelopes or a white pew envelope to contribute and note “Mission of the Month” on
Thank you to everyone who contributed to Calvary’s Cupboard last month. Items collected are taken to the Waukesha Food Pantry. The next Food Sunday is Cleaning Products Sunday, with collection December 17th & 18th. Recommended items include dish or laundry detergent, scouring pads and powder, Pine Sol, Lysol, Windex, and toilet bowl cleaner. Other items of need are canned meats, fruits or vegetables, soups, pasta, peanut butter, jelly, and cereals. If you prefer to make a monetary contribution, please mark your envelope or check with the notation “Food Pantry.
LWR Quilts & Kits In October, the Mission & Outreach team sent to Lutheran World Relief 91 quilts, 22 health kits and 10 school kits! Many thanks to the quilters for their beautiful work, and also to Megan Sayas and the FIRM group for their contribution and work making health kits at the Kit Crazy event.
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All of our youth events are open to ALL youth of the designated age! Feel free to invite friends, relatives, neighbors, grandkids, etc. More Kids = More Fun!!!
December All YOUth! Sunday, December 18 Noon to 4:00pm. In place of our usual monthly meetings, we will be participating in an in-house service project…Decking the Halls of Calvary! Following the Christmas Eve Worship rehearsal, lunch will be served in the fellowship hall and then we will get to work! This is a family event, so ask your parents, siblings, and friends to join us. Sign-up in the Narthex now!
High School Youth Room Work Day! Thursday, December 29 9:00 am – 4:00pm
Advent Dinner Wednesday, December 21
The youth are running the Advent dinner on Wed. Dec. 21. There will be jobs for youth of all ages from 3-12th grade, please sign-up to help on the youth board, across from the Media Room. This is a wonderful opportunity to share some of those wonderful God-given gifts you have!
Members of the Bridge Youth group and friends enjoyed a bowling outing on November 6th.
Roll up your sleeves and come on over! We are having a service day to re-paint the youth room. With some fresh paint, we are all ready for a new start for our group. Lunch will be served, bring some music to share, and bring some friends too!
Winter Retreat: January 20-22 (Middle & High School) Middle School & High School Winter Retreat at Pine Lake Camp! We will head north on Friday, January 20, spend Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday morning at Pine Lake; and then return to Brookfield on Sunday, January 22 mid-afternoon. This event will include sledding, cross country skiing, and other winter activities, as well as devotions to help us grow closer to God and activities to help us grow in our relationships with each other. The cost of the retreat, including lodging, registration, and meals Saturday (all day) and Sunday brunch is $80.00 per person. Additional costs will include dinner on Friday and snacks for the road up and back. Scholarships are available, and are kept strictly confidential. For more information, please talk to me personally. Please note that friends are WELCOME and encouraged to attend!!! Feel free to contact me with any questions about this upcoming retreat. I’m excited to head up north for some frosty fun and time with our youth and our Father!
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F.I.R.M. Families In Real Ministry (FIRM) is a group open to the entire congregation, friends, neighbors, and the community. This group has events and activities centered around growing the faith of your family through service projects, games, education, and more! Mark your calendar and STAND FIRM with these great upcoming events!!!
Ornaments: Make, Take, and Give Friday, December 2 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Work together as a family to create several unique, hand-crafted holiday ornaments. Make one to take home and make another to donate to a local nursing home or shelter. The crafts are age-appropriate for children, youth, and adults; there is something for everyone! Holiday cookies and juice will be provided. Cost: $10 per family. Sign-up will be in the Narthex in mid-November.
Wine Tasting Party Friday, December 9 6:30 pm. Come for a fun “Adults Only” evening of joyful laughter, good food and great wine! Individuals or couples are asked to bring a bottle of wine (one per person) and an appetizer to share. Feel free to research a little about your bottle and be ready to share with the group. (Yes, google printouts are totally fine)! This wonderful evening will be held at the home of Jon and Megan Sayas, in Elm Grove. Please RSVP to Megan at 414-899-5077 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deck the Halls Sunday, December 18 Noon to 4:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun of Decking the Halls of Calvary! We will be putting up the Christmas tree, decorating the sanctuary and fellowship hall, and preparing the alter for the manager scene. Only have an hour? That’s fine! Come when you can, leave when you need to! There will be jobs for helpers of all ages and stages! Lunch will be served at noon. Please sign up in the Narthex if you are planning to join us for lunch. Merry Christmas!!
Check out all the fun FIRM has been up to: Trunk or Treat – From Mickey Mouse to Spiderman, and from lions to skunks, we had a fun-filled afternoon, on a beautiful day! There were 22 kiddos dressed and treating! We also had 20 trunks open for the event. The Deacons provided pumpkins for the kids to decorate following the trick or treating.
Minute to Win It – Have you ever tried to get a golf ball off the floor and onto a spoon that you are holding with your teeth, without using your hands? Can you shake a pedometer on your forehead to register over 125 steps in one minute? Can you stack 3 golf balls vertically in a tower that can free-stand for at least 3 seconds? We had around 30 people from ALL generations come and participate in the 13 fun and challenging games! Having received so much great feedback, we will be having a similar event again in the spring.
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North American Lutheran Church
NALC News Nine USA mission districts (regional-wide organizations) have been formed, including our own Wisconsin and Upper Michigan area district. The districts support local congregations within their particular regions. Calvary member, Rich Bloomberg was elected to the Executive Council in our district.
Constitutions for the national NALC, our mission district, and Calvary Church have been written and are being submitted for review and approval. There are currently 17 congregations in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan which have formally joined the NALC. There are other congregations, including some local, who are discerning and exploring NALC membership. The NALC is is also preparing to welcome Canadian congregations. The NALC has appointed a Canadian Commission to comply with any legal issues that may be involved. NALC retirement and insurance plans have been approved and enrollment has begun. Ministers have the choice to transfer any or all of their funds from the ELCA plan to the NALC plan. The NALC plan is considered comparable or better than the ELCA plan and could potentially save some congregations some money.
The newly-elected members of the Executive Council of the Wisconsin-Upper Michigan Mission District, from left: Gerald McEathron; Arne Kloes; Rich Bloomberg; Pastor Roy Harrisville III, Dean; Pastor Craig Nehring; Pastor M. L. Jacobsen; and Pastor Bert Schulz.
This is the first in a series of Crossroads reports intended to keep you abreast of the NALC and Calvary’s NALC Mission District. More information may be found online at the website of the North American Lutheran Church: thenalc.org.
Did you know…?
The NALC newsletter is an online monthly newsletter. You can send an email request to email@example.com to receive a monthly email. You can also request a paper copy from NALC Financial Administration 2299 Palmer Drive, Suite 220 New Brighton, MN 55112-2202
Around the NALC...
The installation of Kamiso Boru as Mission Developer/Pastor of the Oromo Community in Houston, Texas on the afternoon of November 6th. From the left; Pr. Evan McClanahan, STS (First Evangelical, Houston); Rev. Dr. Gemechis Buba, Mission Director, NALC (preached and conducted the installation rite); Pr. B.A. “Tim” Christ, STS (Joy, Richmond and presided at Holy Communion) and center right, Kamiso Boru.
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October 30, 2011
Bishop John Bradosky was the honored guest at Calvary on Reformation Sunday, October 30, 2011. Bishop Bradosky delivered the sermon at our morning worship service, which included confirmation of five Calvary ninth grade students. He also shared information during the adult education hour following worship. In the afternoon at Calvary’s Reformation
Fest, Bishop Bradosky addressed an assembly which included members of Calvary, members from area churches (both NALC churches and non-NALC churches), and congregation members form outside the area and outside the state. The afternoon session included a Q&A time when attendees were given the opportunity to ask specific questions of the bishop.
Reformation Sunday at Calvary.
The children of Calvary bless Bishop Bradosky.
Bishop Bradosky delivers the sermon on Reformation Sunday at Calvary.
A quartet of Ruth Young, Cathy Wahlgren, Norm McGarvie, and Lee Tyne sing “Now the Silence” during worship.
Reformation Fest: Bishop Bradosky addresses the afternoon assembly.
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News & Events
Welcome New Members Calvary Lutheran Church welcomed five new members into our family of faith in November:
Wayne & Pat Dieck 3920 Pilgrim Road Brookfield, WI 53005 Phone: (262) 790-1298 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim Starr 209 Southtowne Place #AA107 South Milwaukee, WI 53172 Email: email@example.com The Rev. Jack & Donna Trethewey 4535 N. 92nd Street #U-201 Milwaukee, WI 53225 Phone: (414) 527-0174 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Five Calvary youth were confirmed in their Christian faith on Reformation Sunday: Anna Baumgartner, Jennifer Jennaro, Jene’ Kramer, Michael McChesney, and Nicole Wahlgren. At right: Front row (l to r) Nicole Wahlgren, Jennifer Jennaro, Jene’ Kramer. Back row (l to r) Michael McChesney, Rev. Cathi Braasch, Anna Baumgartner.
At left: Anna Baumgartner and Nicole Wahlgren sing “Better than a Hallelujah” .
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Children’s Ministry Opportunities ADVENTure The season of Advent is a special time to open our hearts and be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas, and prepare for the celebration of our Savior’s birth. Do you want Advent to be an adventure for your children too? GREAT! During Advent, beginning November 30, Calvary will be hosting a dinner each week from 6:00-6:45pm followed by a brief 7:00pm worship service. While the adults are in worship, our young members will have the opportunity to learn more about this special time of year in ADVENTure! Kids, age 0 to 8th grade, are invited to come in their PJ’s for our ADVENTure! (feel free to change between dinner and worship) Each week will have a theme, songs to sing (more practice for the Family Service), a craft project and a bedtime story! Please make time in your busy holiday preparations to prepare for Christ’s birth with us! Christmas Eve Family Worship Service This year’s worship will take place on Saturday, December 24 at 4 pm. We again want to make this worship service truly a “family” worship, and we’re inviting children, youth AND parents to take leadership roles as we celebrate Christ’s birth. Our service this year will, of course, be the story of Jesus’ birth, and based on the book The Christmas Pageant, written by Jacqueline Rogers.
To help prepare for this worship, there are a few things we ask. First, if you know your family plans to attend this service (Dec 24, 4 pm) and would like to take part in the service, please signup on the forms posted outside of your child’s Sunday School room by December 4. Second, please make note of the following rehearsal schedule: • • •
Children will rehearse each week during a portion of the education hour during December. There will be extended rehearsal during education hour on December 18 from 10:30 to Noon. We will also be fitting all participants for costumes during this time. Family Worship, Saturday, December 24 at 4:00om. Please arrive at Calvary at 3:30 to dress and warm up for worship.
If your child will not be in attendance for the Family Worship Service, please note: They should still attend Sunday School during December! We will be using the education hour for learning the Christmas story in word, song, and action. This is our December curriculum, we ask for your support in teaching your children the true meaning of Christmas. For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Linda Grey or Angie Schatz
Ministry of Mothers (a.k.a. MOMs) Mothers of all ages and seasons are invited and welcome!!! The group will be watching and discussing a “Moms Group Curriculum” video series from Heart at Home. The topics range from marriage to parenting to personal growth. MOMs meets monthly, on the first Thursday. The group meets in the media room at church from 6:30 to 8:00pm. So, leave the
kids at home and take some time to relax, refuel, and reenergize yourself! See you there: Thursday, December 1! For more information or questions, contact Megan Sayas or Angie Schatz
Third World Shoppe The Third World Shoppe will once again set up shop in the Calvary narthex, giving members the opportunity to purchase unique, hand-made gifts. The mission of the Third World Shoppe is to serve developing countries by promoting their goods. Behind the items are stories…like baptismal napkins made by little girls in India who were shunned by their families. “This project takes them off the street, puts them into a school. They’re educated. They can stay in the project till they’re about 20 years of age,” says Jerry Koepke, one of the store’s founders. Artisans get true value for their pieces. In turn, they enjoy a higher standard of living.
The Third World Handcraft Shoppe has donated $230,000 back to Third World charities. By supporting the Third World Handcraft Shoppe, you too can help some of the poorest people on the planet rebuild their lives. The Third World Shoppe is located at Capitol Drive Lutheran Church at 5229 W. Capitol Drive. You can find out more about the Third World Shoppe and view their hours at their website: http://www.capitoldrivelutheran.org Click on the Third World Shoppe link. December 2011 - Page 11
PST Update & Calvary Finances
Pastoral Search Team Update The pastoral search team has been working on the congregational profile and we plan to submit it to the NALC by the end of December. This is the document that Bishop Spring and Bishop Bradosky will use to match Calvary with prospective candidates. Two major components of the profile are the strategic plan, which will be submitted to the Congregation Council in December, and the list of areas of ministry important to Calvary members as compiled from the congregational survey you received earlier in November. Please be sure to return your paper survey to church or submit it electronically via the link provided on the print survey and in the Calvary Connections email newsletter. Remember that we need your responses by Sunday, December 4 in order to compile the results and submit Calvary’s profile by year end. Once the bishop has received the congregational profile, we will proceed through the following steps:
Calvary Financial Position
We will develop an interview format and conduct a practice interview. • We will receive names of candidates from the bishop’s office. • We will conduct first interviews, reference checks, etc. • We will conduct second interviews. • We may visit candidates’ churches. • We will conduct final interviews. • We will settle on a candidate, create a salary package, etc. We will set a date for a congregational vote on the call. We will continue to work diligently and we thank you for your input, your prayers, your support, and your understanding. The new year promises to bring blessings beyond measure to our congregation!
as of October 31, 2011 Year-to-Date
Year to Date
Operating Fund Net Income / (Loss)
GENERAL OPERATING FUND Offerings Received
BUILDING FUND (DEBT REDUCTION) Deposits Received-Lift High the Cross II Building Fund Balance
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Birthdays & Anniversaries DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS:
Muth, Gabriele Rose, Shelby Jensen, David Pape, Kyle Lau, Camryn Foley, John Long, Robert Richter, Holly Rutkowski, Corwin Schumann, Marjorie Anderson, Nicole Vara, Paul Morris, Gregory Knuth, Ashley Swalheim, Chad Giuliani, Timothy Maus, Aaron Vara, Terry Miller, Susan
1 2 3 3 4 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 7 8 8 9 9 9 10
DECEMBER ANNIVERSARIES: Paez, Holly and (Christobal) Juno, Elton and Joanne Schuelke, Donald and Nadine Youngquist, Theodore and Marion Holman, Ronald and Jean
(DATE) Otten, Janet Schuelke, Nadine Rutkowski, Gail Dreyer, Jorelyn Kalupa, Amanda Kretschmann, Brian Smith, Robert Martin, Benjamin Volkmann, Richard Chesner, Ray Jenke, Noel McAvoy, Devin Thiede, Nicholas Treutelaar, Patricia Taufner, Leslie Geise, Eyvonne Holman, Ronald Rooney, Carol Johnsrud, Monica
(Date 1 4 13 20 26
# of Years) 5 25 59 66 58
10 11 13 14 15 15 15 16 16 17 17 17 18 18 19 20 20 20 21
(DATE) Olander, Eric Treadwell, Richard Bilek, Amy Grey, Michael Anderson, Lynnette Anderson, Michael Roche, Katherine Cotter, Christopher Clappier, Kari Otten, Emily Kramer, Jene' Norderhaug, Kirsten Hanke, Gabrielle McAvoy, Brendan Doepke Warnes, Annaliese Klade, Judith Romo, W. Andrew Schulz, Sallie
Duckett, Michael and Jill Trethewey, Jack and Donna Treadwell, Richard and Carol
(Date 27 27 29
22 22 23 23 24 24 24 25 26 26 27 27 29 29 30 31 31 31
# of Years) 23 62 38
CONTACT INFORMATION CHURCH COUNCIL Andy Grey (President) Jay Citraro (V.P.) Sandie Rupnick (Secretary) Rich Bloomberg Larry Bonier Marce Kern Andy Schatz Tom Schramek Mary Ellen Thiede Erica Zipp
262-691-4616 262-783-5427 262-523-0206 262-784-0911 262-784-1827 262-389-1326 262-373-0535 262-790-0162 262-797-8429 414-530-9461
BOARD OF DEACONS RoJean Holler Bill Jordan Peggy Langelin Scott Langelin Leah Morris Mark Nyka Ed Ramthun Jonni Roush Kim Nyka Janet Zastrow
262-780-6250 262-786-2829 262-792-9335 262-792-9335 262-337-2141 414-732-9196 262-782-5154 262-783-5361 262-349-2442 262-649-3524
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STAFF Rev. Cathi Braasch, STS (Interim Senior Pastor) email@example.com Holly Novotny (Office Manager) firstname.lastname@example.org Kris Molitor (Financial Secretary) email@example.com Kim Steiner (Dir. of Communications) firstname.lastname@example.org MINISTRY EMAILS Council: email@example.com Deacons: firstname.lastname@example.org Personnel: email@example.com Youth & Family: firstname.lastname@example.org Music Ministry: email@example.com Pastoral Search Team: PST@calvarylc.com
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CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH 1750 North Calhoun Road Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005
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Sees the invisible… Believes the impossible… Receives the incredible….
“ For nothing is impossible with God.”
Advent (Mid-Week): Wednesdays Simple Supper at 6 pm Worship at 7 pm ADVENTure for children at 7 pm Christmas Eve: Family Worship at 4 pm Lessons & Carols Communion Worship at 7 pm Candlelight Communion Worship at 11 pm Christmas Day: Communion Worship on Sunday at 9 am
1750 N. Calhoun Rd., Brookfield, WI 53005 Phone: 262-786-4010 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.calvarylc.com
WORSHIP : Saturday at 5 pm Sunday at 9:00 am Christian Education on Sunday at 10:30 am