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Worship to the Glory of God Sunday, October 27, 2013 - 8 & 11 am

Faith Lutheran Church The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod

5443 Sunset Rd New Port Richey, FL 34652 (727) 849–4418 Rev. Robert C. Steinke Pastor Emeritus e-mail: frontoffice@faithnpr.org

Saturday Worship & Praise: 5 pm (Communion 1st Saturday of month)

Sunday Worship: 8 & 11 am (Communion: 1st & 3rd Sun. @ 8 am 2nd & 4th Sun. @ 11 am)

Sunday School & Adult Bible Classes: 9:30 am website: www.faithnpr.org


Reformation Sunday “The Cost of Freedom” October 27, 2013 – 8am & 11 am As We Gather: In today’s Gospel Jesus teaches that His truth sets us free. As we celebrate the Reformation of the Church this day, true freedom permeates our worship. We are free from sin, free from needing good works to please God, for we are saved by grace alone; free from religious traditions imposed on us, for we are saved by Scripture alone; and free from any requirements that might seem to make one person better than another, for we are saved by our faith in Christ alone. The Preservice Music The Chimes The Welcome and Announcements (During this time of worship you are invited to complete a Fellowship Card available in the holder in the pew ahead of you. First-time guests are asked to fill out their complete address and phone number. Please return it to the ushers after the offering has been presented.)

  The Invocation, Confession and Forgiveness Pastor: In the name of the Father and of the  Son and of the Holy Spirit. People:

Amen.

Pastor: People:

Let us confess our sins to God our Father. We confess, merciful God that we have let ourselves be enslaved to our selfish egos. We have expected to find your favor because of our good works instead of relying on your grace alone. Forgive us and reform us to know again the freedom you offer through your perfect pardon.

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Pastor: People:

Our Savior’s sacrifice was once and for all. God’s grace covers all your sins. We confess, O Holy Spirit, that we have sought other assurances than those you have revealed through the sacred Scriptures. Our faith has waxed and waned according to our health, wealth, and earthly success; we have become captive to them instead of relying on Scripture alone. Forgive us and reform us to know again the freedom that rests on the gracious revelation of your eternal plans for us.

Pastor:

God’s inspired Word speaks about our Savior, Jesus Christ, who has forgiven all your sins. We confess, Lord Jesus, that we have become proud of our religious rituals, personal morality, and good names. We have trusted ourselves instead of your gift of faith alone. Forgive us and reform us to know again the freedom that relies totally on your promises.

People:

Pastor:

People:

Through Baptism the Holy Spirit has worked faith in your hearts, and through God’s Word and Lord’s Supper that faith is sustained and strengthened. As a called and ordained servant of Christ, and by His authority, I therefore forgive you all your sins in the name of the Father and of the  Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

 Please be seated.

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The Opening Hymn

“O Christ, Our Hope, Our Heart’s Desire”

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Christ Jesus, be our present joy, Our future great reward; Our only glory, may it be To glory in the Lord!

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All praise to You, ascended Lord; All glory ever be To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost Through all eternity!

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Please rise for Pastor: People:

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all. And also with you.

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 The Kyrie is spoken Pastor: People:

In peace let us pray to the Lord. Lord, have mercy.

Pastor:

For the peace from above, for freedom from our sins, and for our salvation, let us pray to the Lord. Lord, have mercy.

People: Pastor: People: Pastor:

For the peace of the whole world, for the well-being of the Church of God, and for freedom to serve our Lord and one another, let us pray to the Lord. Lord, have mercy.

People:

For this holy house and for all who freely offer here their worship and praise, let us pray to the Lord. Lord, have mercy.

Pastor: People:

Help, save, comfort, and defend us, gracious Lord. Amen. “A Mighty Fortress”

Psalm 46

LSB p. 657 Congregation sings verses 1,2 Choir sings verse 3 Congregation sings verse 4

The Prayer of the Day Pastor: The Lord be with you. People: And also with you. Pastor:

People:

Almighty God, gracious Lord, pour out Your Holy Spirit on Your faithful people. Keep them steadfast in Your grace and truth, protect and comfort them in all temptations, defend them against all enemies of Your Word, and bestow on the Church Your saving peace; through Jesus Christ, Your Son, our Lord, who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen. Please be seated.

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The First Reading

Revelation 14:6-7 (The eternal gospel is for all people.)

[6] Then I saw another angel flying directly overhead, with an eternal gospel to proclaim to those who dwell on earth, to every nation and tribe and language and people. [7] And he said with a loud voice, “Fear God and give him glory, because the hour of his judgment has come, and worship him who made heaven and earth, the sea and the springs of water.” Pastor: People:

This is the Word of the Lord Thanks be to God

The Second Reading

Romans 3:19-28 (We are justified by faith apart from works.)

[19] Now we know that whatever the law says it speaks to those who are under the law, so that every mouth may be stopped, and the whole world may be held accountable to God. [20] For by works of the law no human being will be justified in his sight, since through the law comes knowledge of sin. [21] But now the righteousness of God has been manifested apart from the law, although the Law and the Prophets bear witness to it—[22] the righteousness of God through faith in Jesus Christ for all who believe. For there is no distinction: [23] for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, [24] and are justified by his grace as a gift, through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus, [25] whom God put forward as a propitiation by his blood, to be received by faith. This was to show God's righteousness, because in his divine forbearance he had passed over former sins. [26] It was to show his righteousness at the present time, so that he might be just and the justifier of the one who has faith in Jesus. [27] Then what becomes of our boasting? It is excluded. By what kind of law? By a law of works? No, but by the law of faith. [28] For we hold that one is justified by faith apart from works of the law. Pastor: People:

This is the Word of the Lord Thanks be to God

(Please rise and sing)

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Melody: “Alleluia! Sing to Jesus”

The Alleluia Verse

Alleluia! Live for Jesus; Witness, serve him faithfully. Alleluia! Heav’n awaits us; Press we forward faithfully, Living, dying, his forever, Strengthened by his faithful love. Alleluia! Praise God ever, Here and in the world above. The Holy Gospel Pastor: People:

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John 8:31-36 (God’s Son sets us free, free indeed.)

The Holy Gospel according to St. John, the eighth chapter. Glory to you, O Lord.

[31] So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed him, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, [32] and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” [33] They answered him, “We are offspring of Abraham and have never been enslaved to anyone. How is it that you say, ‘You will become free’?” [34] Jesus answered them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who practices sin is a slave to sin. [35] The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son remains forever. [36] So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed. Pastor: People:

This is the Gospel of our Lord. Praise to you, O Christ.

The Hymn of the Day

“Jesus, Thy Blood and Righteousness”

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“The Cost of Freedom” Rev. Robert C. Steinke Pastor Emeritus

The Sermon

at the 8 am service:

 Please rise for The Apostles’ Creed

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EXPLANATION OF THIS FAITH Luther’s Small Catechism: Explanation to the Third Article of the Apostles’ Creed People:

I believe that I cannot by my own reason or strength believe in Jesus Christ, my Lord, or come to Him; but the Holy Spirit has called me by the Gospel, enlightened me with His gifts, sanctified and kept me in the truth faith. In the same way He calls, gathers, enlightens, and sanctifies the whole Christian Church on earth, and keeps it with Jesus Christ in the one true faith. In this Christian Church He daily and richly forgives all my sins and the sins of all believers. On the Last Day He will raise me and all the dead and give eternal life to me and all believers in Christ. This is most certainly true.

 Please be seated for The Gathering of the Offerings

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As the offerings are brought forward the congregation rises to sing: The Offertory Take my life, that I may be Consecrated Lord to thee: Take my moments and my days Let them flow in ceaseless praise Take my silver and my gold, Not a mite would I withhold Take my intellect and us Every power as thou shalt choose. The Prayer of the Church (The Pastor will end each petition with “Lord, in your mercy …” and the congregation will respond with hear our prayer.) The Lord’s Prayer

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The Benediction Pastor:

People:

The Lord bless you and keep you. The Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you. The Lord look upon you with favor, and give you peace. Amen!

The Closing Hymn

“The Church’s One Foundation”

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The Postservice Music at the 11 am service:

 Please rise for The Nicene Creed

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EXPLANATION OF THIS FAITH Luther’s Small Catechism: Explanation to the Third Article of the Apostles’ Creed People:

I believe that I cannot by my own reason or strength believe in Jesus Christ, my Lord, or come to Him; but the Holy Spirit has called me by the Gospel, enlightened me with His gifts, sanctified and kept me in the truth faith. In the same way He calls, gathers, enlightens, and sanctifies the whole Christian Church on earth, and keeps it with Jesus Christ in the one true faith. In this Christian Church He daily and richly forgives all my sins and the sins of all believers. On the Last Day He will raise me and all the dead and give eternal life to me and all believers in Christ. This is most certainly true.

The Prayer of the Church (The Pastor will end each petition with “Lord, in your mercy …” and the congregation will respond with hear our prayer.)

 Please be seated for The Gathering of the Offerings

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As the offerings are brought forward the congregation rises to sing: The Offertory Take my life, that I may be Consecrated Lord to thee: Take my moments and my days Let them flow in ceaseless praise Take my silver and my gold, Not a mite would I withhold Take my intellect and us Every power as thou shalt choose.

 SACRAMENT  (The Dialogue is spoken) Pastor: People:

May the Lord be with you always. May the Lord be with you too.

Pastor: People:

As we lift our hearts to praise him, Let us thank our God anew

Pastor: People:

It is good and right to praise him, It is proper so to do.

Pastor:

It is truly good, right, and salutary ... evermore praising you and saying: “At the Lamb’s High Feast We Sing”

Holy, Holy, Holy (sung)

At the Lamb’s high feast we sing Praise to our victorious King. Who has washed us in the tide Flowing from His pierced side. Alleluia. Holy, holy, holy Lord, God of Hosts by all adored, Saints above “Hosanna” sing, Praise the coming One, our King. Alleluia. Text: St. 1: Latin, c. 5th-10th; tr. Robert Campbell, 1814-68, alt., Public domain. Additional stanza: James Pierce (c) 2008 Concordia Publishing House. Permission is granted

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The Words of Institution The Lord’s Prayer Lamb of God (sung) Praise we Him, whose love divine gives His sacred blood for wine, Gives His body for the feast—Christ the victim, Christ the priest. Alleluia! Lamb of God, our sins You took; On the cross God You forsook. Show us mercy, Lord, we pray, Peace and mercy grant this day. Alleluia! Text: St. 2: Latin, c. 5th-10th; tr. Robert Campbell, 1814-68, alt., Public domain. Additional stanza: James Pierce (c) 2008 Concordia Publishing House. Permission is granted

The Distribution

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Faith’s statement of faith regarding communion is printed on the reverse side of the Fellowship Card. Those who desire to commune are invited to come forward in the order indicated by the ushers. At the front of the church, follow the ushers’ directions to the communion rail. Receive the bread from the elder either on the tongue or in the hand. Receive the wine either in the individual or the common cup. If you prefer the individual cup, take one from the proffered tray, place the empty cup in the basin as you return to your seat. If you prefer the common cup or chalice, please assist the serving pastor by guiding the cup to control the flow. When all in your group have communed, return to your seat by the side aisle. If you desire to commune and are physically unable to come forward, please inform the ushers who will assist you. Children who are not yet confirmed will be received at the altar rail for a special blessing.

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The Hymns sung during the Distribution: “Your Table I Approach” LSB p. 628 “Once in the Baptismal Waters” LSB p. 598 (After all have communed please rise for) Pastor:

The body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ strengthen and keep you in his grace. People: Amen. Post-Communion Song For this feast our thanks we give; Through its gifts we ever live, Thanks and praise forever sing Till we hear the heavens ring, “Alleluia!” Father, who the crown shall give, Savior, by whose death we live, Spirit, guide through all our days: Three in One, Your name we praise. Alleluia! Text: St. 8: Latin, c. 5th-10th; tr. Robert Campbell, 1814-68, alt., Public domain. Additional stanza: James Pierce (c) 2008 Concordia Publishing House. Permission is granted

The Prayer of Thanksgiving Pastor:

People:

We give thanks to you, O God, for you have again strengthened us with the body and blood of your dear Son. In this foretaste of the feast to come you have assured us of the forgiveness of our sins. Go with us now as we announce your invitation to the heavenly banquet in our words and deeds, through your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

The Benediction Pastor: The Lord bless you and keep you. The Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you. The Lord look upon you with favor, and give you peace. People: Amen! Pastor: People:

Go in peace. Serve the Lord. Thanks be to God.

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The Closing Hymn

“The Church’s One Foundation”

The Meditation

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(a quiet time for individual prayer)

The Postservice Music

Those Serving Today: Presiding Minister: Rev. Robert C. Steinke, Pastor Emeritus Duty Elders: 8 am: Larry Roach; 11 am: Lamar Miller Assisting Elder: 11 am: Bob Brown Acolyte: 8 am: A.J. Onishenko; 11 am: Brittany Morrison Altar Care: 8 am: Ginny Brown & Muriel Pearce 11 am: Sandi Leenhouts & Rose Wegner Lay Reader: 8 am: Mel Reinstetle; 11 am: Sue Leader Audio Assistant: 8 am: Jonathan Tinker; 11 am: Bob Behnke Video Assistant: 8 am: Mike Muetzel; 11 am: John Schaerffer Ushers: 8 am: Chris & Jackie Christopher and Rich & Sandi Leenhouts 11 am: Neil Finkenstadt, Jack Greenlee, Gary Miller and Paul Musgrave

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OUR PURPOSE THE LOVE OF CHRIST COMPELS US TO REACH OUT AND MAKE DISCIPLES WHO SEEK THE LOST, STRENGTHEN THE WEAK, AND SERVE THOSE IN NEED WHILE GIVING GLORY TO GOD. Guests and members: Please be sure to fill out a fellowship card during the worship service and pass it to the center aisle. The information will be greatly appreciated. When Holy Communion is served: Anyone having difficulty walking to the front of the church for Holy Communion may sit in the front pew on the lectern side. The Pastor will bring Holy Communion to the pew. An appropriate personal prayer for before receiving the Sacrament can be found on the page opposite the inside front cover of the hymnal. Stewardship Sentence: Revelation 14:6: “Then I saw another angel flying directly overhead, with an eternal gospel to proclaim to those who dwell on earth.” During the Reformation this text was used to refer to Luther’s ministry and the Lutheran message: we have an eternal Gospel to proclaim. Christ has freed us from our sins without any works on our part! We are saved by grace alone! And ironically enough, Luther said this should make him the “apostle of works:” because once we are freed by grace, we are truly free to serve God in works that flow from thankfulness and praise. MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THESE DATES: OCTOBER 31ST - You're running out of time to sign up for Faith's TRUNK-OR-TREAT! We'll be meeting in our church parking lot on Thursday night, October 31st from 6:00 pm until 7:00 pm to give out our "ghoulish goodies" to our neighborhood families. This is an outreach program to those who live closest to our church. Be a part of the fun and bring your pre-wrapped candy, open your trunk and let the fun begin. You can dress up if you want and even decorate your vehicle. Please sign up in Narthex I if you plan to participate! See you there! NOVEMBER 1ST – 3RD Come meet Pastor Constein as he visits Faith. NOVEMBER 2ND – Faith Factor will be playing at the Oasis Coffee Spot NOVEMBER 6TH - Ladies Guild Meeting w/presentation by Kairos Prison Ministry NOVEMBER 24TH – Semi-Annual Congregational Assembly at 12:15 pm DECEMBER 4TH – Ladies Guild Christmas Luncheon 14


ANNOUNCEMENTS MEET & GREET PASTOR CONSTIEN & HIS FAMILY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST 5:00-6:30 DINNER A-L: bring desserts M-Z: bring a salad 6:30-8:00 meeting with ALL boards.  Our Sunday School is continuing to collect warm winter clothing, coats, jackets, sweatshirts, socks and shoes for one of our local elementary schools that has requested our help. Donations of new or gently used but clean clothing can be brought to our Christian Life Center. If you would like us to do the shopping for you, please see Sharon Rubia and she will be happy to do so. Our many thanks for your help with this program as we again reach out into our community to those in need. for everyone who worked, supported and participated in making Oktoberfest so “wunderbar”!!! Our Faith Family made this fellowship event successful and FUN!  Our Christians In Action Group is selling tickets in Narthex II on a Coffee Raffle Basket. All proceeds will be used to purchase a new outdoor Nativity for our church. The tickets are $1.00 each for 6 tickets for $5.00. Our thanks to the Hahn family for their donation of the basket. The drawing will be on Sunday, December 1st at the 8:00 a.m. service.  Today is the deadline to sign up for Trunk-Or-Treat! Don't miss out on the fun on Halloween night. Meet us in our parking lot at 5:30 p.m. to set up. Trunk-Or-Treat is from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Wear a costume if you like or even decorate your vehicle! Let's just have fun with this event and share our "ghoulish treats" with the families for this outreach event. Seeeee you there! Boo!  Thrivent Members: Cast your vote for the 2014 Pasco Chapter Board on Sunday, November 3rd after first service and before and after second service in Narthex 2. Check the Thrivent bulletin board in Narthex 2 for a short biography for each candidate. Any questions contact Rose Ann Verheyen, Lead Advocate for Faith Church. 15


 On Tuesday night Oct 29th Women's Bible Study will take a look at the "Christian Origins of Halloween". Materials for the upcoming study of the 12 disciples will also be handed out. If you are interested and not a regular member, please let Tami know, so she can have enough materials on hand. She can be reached at 727-376-7028 and sparklebritecleaning@hotmail.com.  SPECIAL REQUEST FROM THE FOOD PANTRY – it’s that time of year again when we collect special items for our “Holiday Baskets”. We need canned hams, canned sweet potatoes, jello packets and small instant coffees (these can be purchased at Wal Mart for $1/each!).

Birthdays

Anniversaries

27 – Jeanette Brown; Destiny Williams

3 – Bob  Misty Wuest

31 – Pastor Arndt; Chris Christopher 1 – LeeAnn Krueger 2 – Sally Woodtke; Frank Burke

A Measure of Our Devotion Saturday & Sunday, October 19 & 20 Light the Way Campaign Total

$4,351.00

Worship Attendance

185

Communion

47

Sunday School

12

Youth: CIA and Weekday Confirmation Sunday Teachers & Adult Bible Studies / Weekday Studies Total Receipts

9 28 $3,024.70

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FAITH LADIES GUILD Just a reminder that at our November meeting on the 6th, our guest speaker will be Cheri Krueger, from the Karios Prison Ministry. I am overwhelmed by the outpouring of love you have shown to the “least of these”; and I know they will be also. I was told that the box had to be emptied several times due to your generous giving to this ministry. THANK YOU SO MUCH. We are asking that you do one more thing: invite someone to come to the meeting with you to learn how they too can get involved with this often overlooked ministry. Refreshments will be served by our hostesses of the month followed by our program at 1:30 pm and then our business at 2:00 pm. Our LWML Zone Fall Rally was held at Hope Lutheran in Hudson on Oct 5 th, and was well attended with about 60 ladies; with 10 of those from Faith Lutheran!! How great it was and we hope that the ladies that did attend enjoyed the day. Because of your faithful giving through your Mites offerings, LWML is able to reach not just our country, but the world with the saving Gospel of Christ. Please give generously when we again collect our Mites during the months of January and March. Our annual Christmas party will again be held at the Spartan Manor on Dec. 4. The tickets will soon be on sale so look for the date to be announced in an upcoming bulletin. The Genesis Singers will be our entertainment and as most of you know, this young group of children are very talented singers, so make sure to save the date so you won’t be disappointed. We will be selling greeting cards again this year. What a great opportunity to pick up some greeting cards at the last minute (you noticed a name in the bulletin and you forgot to send a card)? Birthday? Anniversary? Get well? Sympathy? Thinking of you? They have it all. All cards are available for 50 cents! EACH???? WOW!! Check out the awesome selection in Narthex 2. You will be glad you did. All proceeds go to LWML Missions. Rose Wegner

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Please remember in your prayers‌ Military: Leo Ayala, Josh Butterworth, Justin Fivecoat, Tom Hartzell, Brandon Martin, Lee Matthews, Andrew Murphy, Richard Phernetton, Steve Roy, Jr., Andrew Springer, Vincent Sharkey, Andrew St. John, Alan Stackpoole, Todd Stanger, Tyler Wasson, all veterans, and all servicemen and women in VA hospitals. Homebound: Irene Berlin, Richard Brown, Florine Catt, Marilyn Eggert, Fran Fuller, Betty Gauthier, Vera Grondahl, Bobbie Hain, Lina Hartstein, Pat Hartwell, Selta Heintz, Baxter Holland, Maria Hulyk, Mildred Jeffers, Curt Knudsen, Mona Krupicka, Tom Lackey, Leora Laubaugh, Marge LaVallee, Bill Lippert, Ron Long (Brooksville), Dottie Maslowski, Virginia Messier, Evelyn Miller, Kathleen Moore, Dave Noll, Pat Noll, John & Lucille Noveck, Virginia Pohlman, Carl Schoebel, Hank & Jan Whitt and Marianne Zeltner. Health/Unspoken: Peggy Adams, Colleen Allard, Clyde Anderson, Marion Baldwin, Bankhead/Criss Family, Robbie Baumgartner, Lucy Beilke, Evelyn Bittenbinder, Lucy Bielke, Larry Bolduc, Darlene Brown, Richard Brown, Ann Carpenter Family, Bobbi Carpenter, Denise Combast, Mary Crane, Marti Curran, Bob Gould, Gray Family, Vera Grondahl, Bobbie Hain, Kathy Hane, Baxter Holland, Maria Hulyk, James Ketner, King Family, Bev Kuhn, Eve Langner, Jim Mattson, Sandy Meyer, Wilbur Meyer, Peter Mohler, Frank & Sue Motard, John & Elaine Nieme, Dave Noll, Pat Noll, John & Lucille Noveck, Dory Nussbacher, Jimmy Orshal, Joyce Pankner, Perryman Family, Allen Price, Jim Ramthun, Connie Roach, Larry Roach, Hugo Salmi, Bob & Bea Schurkus, Anita Sharkey, Marian Shirk, Larry Smith, Southerland Family, Skylar Southerland, Tom Springer, Charles Steinbach, Dustin & Tiffany Shire, Fran Smith, Jean Terkowski, Pastor & Mrs. Mike Thureau, Herbert Tschischik, Chris Van Ess, Sherryl Williams, Cole & Kayla Winchell, all Pastors, those serving our country, the future of America.

Demonstrate your thankfulness this season In this season of thanksgiving, a sincere 'thank you' is in order to everyone who supports our congregation throughout the year with their attendance, service and regular financial contributions. For those of you who are interested, the church offers electronic giving options for making donations on a scheduled, automated basis. It's convenient for you and provides much-needed financial consistency for the church. Call the office for information on how you can sign up for this automatic service. 18


This Week’s Opportunities to Seek, to Strengthen, and to Serve Saturday, October 26 Sunday, October 27

Monday, October 28 Tuesday, October 29 Wednesday, October 30 Thursday, October 31 Friday, November 1

Saturday, November 2

Sunday, November 3

3:00 pm 5:00 pm 8:00 am 9:30 am 11:00 am 7:00 pm 9:00 am 7:00 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm 6 – 7 pm 8:30 am 5- 6:30 pm 6:30 – 8 pm 3:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:30 – 8:30 pm 8:00 am 9:30 am 11:00 am

Worship & Praise Rehearsal Worship & Praise Service Worship SS / Adult Bible Studies Worship w/Holy Communion Board of Properties meeting Willing Workers Women’s Bible Study / CLC, room 6 Confirmation Class / CLC CIA Youth / GSH “Trunk or Treat” Bulletin Assembly Meet & Greet w/Pastor Constien & Family Pastor Constien meets w/all Boards Worship & Praise Rehearsal Worship & Praise Service with Holy Communion Faith Factor appearing “live” at Oasis Coffee Spot Worship w/Holy Communion SS / Adult Bible Studies Worship

Thank you for worshipping with us at Faith. We pray that you were blessed by having been here. We hope to see you again.

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