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Dear Brothers and Sisters, At the beginning of the year many people will make resolutions concerning how they are living, how they are eating, the activities in which they participate. Right now I have not yet fulfilled my 2017 resolution of losing fifteen pounds, however, I only have twenty more pounds to go. Inside this issue: ...from Pastor Sean

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Worship Schedule Thrivent

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Stewardship Info

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Council Notes

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New Member Classes Dec. Cookie Walk

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Bd. Of Fellowship

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With the Members Thanksgiving Eve Pantry

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Adult Education

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Notes from RENATA

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‘WIZARD OF OZ’

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Preschool Kroger Rewards

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November Birthdays

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Serving in November

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November Calendar

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Often resolutions are like that, we have the best of intentions and maybe even begin with a lot of passion but as time moves forward, as we face setbacks in accomplishing our goals or as we find that the effort is much greater than we thought it would be we give up on those resolutions and at the end of the year we prepare with new resolve to do it all over again. There is a reality we face in such a moment and that is we are human beings we are flawed, we make mistakes as Paul says we have all fallen short. If that were the whole story then this article would be much shorter and there would be little hope and all that might be left to say would be “good luck”. However, we start the new year bathed in the brilliance of the Star of Bethlehem. God is with us, God has saved us, God has transformed us. Maybe our plans for the next year should not be based on our willpower but upon doing the will of the One who has the power to make all things new. We have hope and we have been changed, no longer in the world on our own with only ourselves to rely upon but children of God and a royal priesthood. We have been given a Spirit of courage, joy, and strength to do and be all that God has intended. We are able to bear the fruit of the Spirit in our lives, love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. We have already been given the gifts to carry out what God has called us to do. God had a plan to bring about our salvation and the salvation of all humankind and God has a plan for us to live as disciples of Christ Jesus and as His children. May we be resolved to be who God has made us to be and live in the abundant life He has given. Have a blessed and joyous new year. Yours In Christ<><

Pastor Sean


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WORSHIP SCHEDULE: Sunday 9:30 a.m. (With Holy Communion ) 11:00 a.m. (Holy Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays)

MISSION STATEMENT ‘GO, MAKE DISCIPLES’

First English Ev. Lutheran Church 800 Vernier Road Grosse Pointe Woods, 48236-1530 Phone: 313.884.5040 FirstEnglish@feelc.org Fax: 313.884.4460 www.feelc.org

Senior Pastor Rev. Sean R. Motley pastorsean@feelc.org

Ed./Youth Coordinator Renata Conger renata@feelc.org Music Coordinator Bob Foster rhfosterjr@comcast.net Director of Bell Choirs

Christina Judson cejncj@aol.com Facility Use Director Colleen Motley facilityuse@feelc.org Pastors Emeritus Rev. Paul Keppler Rev. Dr. Walter A. Schmidt

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"Discover First English" This class is intended for those who would like to join our congregation, for members who want to renew their understanding of the teaching and ministry of the congregation, and for those who want to know the pastor in a more informal way. We will be having classes soon, following the 11:00 a.m. Sunday worship service for all those interested in membership at First English Lutheran Church. Contact the church office at 313-884-5040 or Pastor Sean to sign up.

FELC REFLECTION GARDEN ENGRAVED PAVERS Have you seen the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Reflection Gardenâ&#x20AC;? lately on the east side of the church? This area has been transformed into a quiet, peaceful green space for sitting and reflecting. A donation of $50.00 or above, will give you the opportunity to have an appropriate message engraved on one of the paver bricks. Order forms can be found in the magazine rack in the hall or in the office.

The price of a niche is $1,800.00 plus the cost of the urn, the engraving of the marble front and shipping. The niche holds two urns. If you are interested in purchasing a companion niche, please contact the church office. 3


OFFICERS - 2018 (Officers are members of the executive committee) **President – Jeff Gates Gator613@hotmail.com **Vice President—Mark Berkesch mjberkesch1@gmail.com **Secretary – Claudette Momenee cm1ms1@aol.com **Treasurer – John Nyquist jnyq@yahoo.com

**Financial Secretary - Pamela Southard milady724@gmail.com

Boards & Council Members Church Properties **Scott Bricker, Dir. **Jim Lieder, Asst. Dir. Mark Fett Jeff Gates Jim Nelson Ed Kenny Ted Bidigare Scott Bricker Gordon Bush Evangelism Director, Open Caryl Litzenberger Margot Kahl Renee Strobl June MacMichael Jim Barnes Social Action **Diann Ohman, Dir. **Penny Damore, Asst. Dir. Yvonne Winston Pat Thomas Shawn Vinson Kay Butler Berkesch Virginia Ditty Claudia Gram Pat Milne

Parish Education **Randie Kohler, Dir. Patrick Glynn Andrea Glynn Trevor Clor Cindy Jevons Amy McIntyre Fellowship **Sue Ulmer, Dir. **Carol Sauter, Asst. Dir. Karen Bezel Miranda Berkesch Alexandrea Annas Robbin Vitale Jackie Tambourine Stewardship & Finance Dan Rustmann, Co-Dir. **Tom Liebold, Co-Dir. Curt Sylvester Craig Kohler Waynette Hostetler Sherrill Wolford Youth Ministry **Liz Nyquist, Co-Dir. **Heidi Feldman, Co-Dir. Eve Feldman John Nyquist Sandi Smith Worship & Music **Kyle Clor, Dir. **Dianna Atkins, Asst. Dir Mark Fett Sandy Ford Dave Conger Yvonne Winston Kyle Clor Women of the Church **Waynette Hostetler, Pres. **Denotes member of the Church Council

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Council Minutes NOVEMBER, 2017 Roger Ulmer called the meeting to order at 7:45 pm. Pastor Motley offered the opening prayer. SECRETARY REPORT - Chris Judson moved to accept the October, 2017 minutes Penny Damore seconded and the motion carried. TREASURER REPORT - Pam Southard reported the month had not been closed therefore no reports were available. FINANCIAL SECRETARY – John Nyquist reported he was working on direct giving. BOARD OF STEWARDSHIP AND FINANCE - Sherrill Wolford presented and distributed copies of the proposed 2018 budget. The budget was discussed. The board unanimously recommended to council to present the proposed budget to the congregation. Sherrill Wolford moved to accept the 2018 proposed budget as presented, Jeff Gates seconded and the motion carried. Sherrill Wolford thanked Pam Southard for all her help with preparing the 2018 budget. BOARD OF CHURCH PROPERTY = Gordie Bush reported the board renewed the snow removal contract with Landscape Services The board is working on updating exterior lighting on the building. BOARD OF EVANGELISM – Pastor Motley moved to accept Walter and Karen Schlichting as new members of FELC, transfer Christine, Marc, Bobby, Brandon and Noah Simone to a church in St. Clair. MI, transfer Steve and Kathy Lang to another church Chris Judson seconded and the motion carried. Pastor Motley also noted the board is working on a newspaper ad with the December calendar. BOARD OF SOCIAL ACTION – Penny Damore reported the board is putting up the Giving Tree. Tags will be available 11/22/17 and gifts are due back 12/17/17. In January the board will work on bag lunches for Central Methodist Church. The board is also working on a Lutheran World Relief project to provide animals, etc. for their relief efforts. BOARD OF FELLOWSHIP – Sue Ulmer reported a variety of items, see list attached to minutes. Sue Ulmer moved to allow serving of wine at the Thanksgiving afterglow event, Randie Kohler seconded and the motion carried. BOARD OF PARISH EDUCATION – Randie Kohler reported the children’s Christmas Pageant will be December 17, 2017 at the 11:00 am service. She also requested volunteers to help with the program. BOARD OF YOUTH MINISTRY – Heidi Feldman reported the youth were raking leaves, and said they were available whenever members of the congregation needed their help. The board wants to reach out to young adults in the congregation, so they are collecting college address, etc. to send information. The state gathering is in December in Lansing, MI. BOARD OF WORSHIP AND MUSIC – Jane Stevens reported the musical Wizard of Oz had about 600 attend the three performance, 40 attended the dinner prior to the Saturday performance. The board is working on getting more ushers and communion assistants. Chris Judson reported Kyle Clor and Yvonne Winston will co-chair the board and Dianna Atkins will be assistant director. WOMEN OF THE CHURCH – Waynette Hostetler moved to allow the women’s Advent Service to serve wine at the afterglow gathering, Randie Kohler seconded and the motion carried. PASTORS REPORT – Pastor Motley distributed a report with details of the use of the Karlson estate funds. Pam Southard moved to present the Karlson estate distribution to the congregation, Gordie Bush seconded and the motion carried. Pastor Motley intends to be gone on 11/27/17 and 12/10/17, Pastor Heather Overland will preach in his place. He also intends to tale some vacation time toward the end of December. Pastor Motley wants to have more focus on missions. He is planning on having council meet in the Spring to discuss mission planning. Pastor Motley thanked the Board of Stewardship and Finance for their hard work on the budget. He also thanked Roger Ulmer for his lengthy work on settling the Karlson estate. Pastor Motley reported an update on the status of the organ repair, hopefully installation will begin in early December. OLD BUSINESS – Roger Ulmer requested suggestions for the position of Treasurer, and directors of the boards of Stewardship and Finance, and Evangelism NEW BUSINESS –Sue Ulmer raised the need to have procedures in place for the event of fire, inclement weather and violence, to be discussed in 2018. Randie Kohler moved to adjourn, Penny Damore seconded and the motion carried. We closed with the Lord’s Prayer. Respectfully submitted, Waynette Hostetler

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Helping Hands for the Homeless Start your year off feeling good! Join your fellow members, bring friends and help us put together bag lunches at 5:30 p.m. in the Luther Center on Wednesday, January 31 for Central United Methodist’s NOAH (Networking, Organizing, and Advocating for the Homeless) project. It’s fun. It’s fast. It’s easy. In less than an hour you’ll finish and head home knowing you made someone else’s life a little better. So, c’mon, join your FELC family on the sandwich line and have some fun with 8-year -olds and 80-year-olds! Thank you! Giving Tree Wrap Up Did you have a chance to peek into Pastor Sean’s office and see all those beautifully wrapped gifts before Christmas? No doubt about it, God has a direct line to Santa! Every year we wonder….32 families, 90 children… will everything come together? And, thanks to your generous hearts, our Giving Tree keeps on giving! Ninety children at our sister churches are being wrapped (literally) in warmth with new clothes, enjoying new toys and full tummies thanks to YOU!! Great giving, everyone! Encore, encore in 2018! Board of Social Action 6


How to ensure we have a healthy Supply Room Let me introduce myself - my name is Jackie Tambourine and I am on the Board of Fellowship. It is currently my responsibility to keep the pantry stocked, but I need your help. (Just a side note, I am a little OCD when it comes to being organized.) I have attempted to clean out the pantry but there is a lot of stuff stored in there that I have no idea who it belongs to. If your circle or board may have something stored in there, please take a look. If you do have something, please put it in a plastic storage container and mark it. If I can't find an owner or owners, I will put something out in the December or January CLEF listing what is in there. If no one steps up, I will then donate, repurpose or throw out. Also, if you have an upcoming event and require a lot of utensils, plates, cups, etc. please send me an email (jackee206@aol.com) with the date, what you need and the quantity. I will pull what you need and let you know where it's at. Lastly, if you do take something out of the pantry and it looks like we are running short, there is a list of supplies posted. Please mark what's needed and either give to Sue or put it on her desk. The two of us will then place an order. By doing this, it will eliminate scrambling to get supplies. Thank you and have a blessed day. Jackie

Faith Circle Annual Valentine Salad Luncheon & Card Party Tuesday, February 13, 2018 12:00 p.m.

Donation $12.00

(Reservations required)

Table Prizes Enjoy a smorgasbord of salads for lunch. Enjoy an afternoon playing cards or just come for lunch. Contact Chris Judson 313-886-4914 7


Dane Marshall Willson and Ryleigh Lynn Willson received the Sacrament of Holy Baptism on December 3, 2017. The parents are Alek and Holly Willson. Welcome to the Lord’s family. Claire Elizabeth Gram received the Sacrament of Holy Baptism on December 23, 2017. The parents are Shaina (Johnson) and Neal Gram. Sponsors are Andrew and Anne Scarfone. Welcome to the Lord’s family. Harold Knoll entered life eternal on December 15, 2017. “None of us lives to himself, and none of us dies to himself. If we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord; so then, whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord's.” Romans 14:7-8

THURSDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY We continue to examine our Lutheran faith and teachings using the material entitled Lutheranism 101. Each week will be looking at different aspects of our faith and our understanding of the Scriptures, the Confessions and the world around us. Come and join us for study, discussion, food and fellowship.

WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY Please check the calendar at www.feelc.org

Grace Circle - Fourth Monday at 7:00 p.m. Peace Circle - First Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. Faith Circle - First Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.

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News from the Board of Fellowship…. The 2018 Coffee Hour schedule is posted in the office, the lounge kitchen and on the Fellowship bulletin board. Please write your changes on the OFFICE COPY if you trade Sunday’s with another group. Thank you!

Planning a church event? Contact Jackie Tambourine (from our board) at jackee206@aol.com to assemble the supplies needed, including flatware and paper products. Please give Jackie at least a week’s notice. Thanks!

Lent begins February 14! 11:00 a.m. morning worship will be held at our church for both First English and St. Paul members. Lunch will be served at First English following the morning worship service. Suppers begin at 5:45 p.m. to accommodate table discussions. Worship follows at 7:00 PM. Please consider signing up for a meal. See the poster in the lounge or text/call Sue Ulmer at (313)407-9045. Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 28 Mar.7 Mar. 14 Mar. 21

LUNCH Faith Circle St. Paul ________ St. Paul ________ St. Paul

SUPPER ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________

Holy Yoga is back after Christmas! Holy Yoga incorporates traditional yoga positions with God's word and worship music. Great for experienced participants or first timers. Holy Yoga is a nonprofit which supports free kids' Holy Yoga classes in the city of Detroit. A donation of $5.00 - $10.00 is suggested. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat (mats will also be available). Class is offered Friday’s, 9:00-10:00 a.m. in the lounge. Childcare is provided next to the lounge ($5/child). During the cold winter months come walk in the gym and bring a friend, 8:00-10:00 a.m., Monday through Friday. We measured the gym and 10 times around is about a half mile. 20 times and you've done a mile. Several members have started coming, so join the crowd! Want to learn to knit? Join a book club? Watch for more details and a sign-up sheet on the Fellowship bulletin board. Activities will begin in January on Tuesday evenings. Special thanks to all who helped with the wrapping station at the LifeBUILDERS Christmas Store in December…Waynette, Nancy, Georgeanne, Sandy, Ella, Karen and Roger. See the photos on the Fellowship bulletin board to view our fun morning serving the Regent Park community. Thanks also to all who donated wrapping paper, gift bags, ribbon and tape. Your donations were put to good use.

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N O T E S F R O M R E N ATA Sunday School Thank You! A big thank you to the Board of Parish Education, Sunday School teachers, and parents who helped to make the pageant such a marvelous success. It is a true blessing to see the children profess the birth of their Savior in front of their brothers & sisters in Christ. We hope you felt the joy of the season as you watched our performance and that this joy will stay with you the whole year through!

Confirmation & Youth Group Super Bowl Subs High School Youth are taking orders for subs during the month of January. Order one or several dozen, then pick them up at church on Sunday, Feb 4th, just in time for the Super Bowl! All proceeds help fund our trip to National Gathering. Thank you!

Empties for Empty Bellies Middle and High School Youth will be raising funds to combat world hunger during the 30-Hour Famine this March. Please bring in your rinsed bottles and cans and leave them in the Gathering Area. All proceeds will go directly to World Vision.

From left to right: Barrett Nelson, Ryleigh Willson, Zerelda Conger, Meghan Bidigare, Evelyn Nelson, Macklan Kohler, Dane Willson, Glenn Moskaluk, Conor Magee, Anthony Marcolini, Montgomery Kohler, Andrew Glynn, and Brady Magee.

Important Dates Dec 27-30 ELCA Michigan Youth Gathering, Lansing Jan 3, 6:30-8:00pm Confirmation and Youth Group resume Jan 7-28 Sub Orders Taken Jan 26-27, 6:00pm—5:00pm 6th-12th Boys Retreat Feb 3, 11:00am-1:00pm HS Sub-Making Party Feb 4, 10:00am-12:30pm Sub Pick-up

What We’re Learning This Month Preschool and Elementary students will learn about Jesus’ first miracle at “The Wedding at Cana.” Join us each week at 9:30am as kids read from the bible, learn new songs, and participate in fun learning activities.

Dec 24 & 31: no Sunday School Jan 28: kids sing at early worship

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THRIVENT CHOICE DOLLARS We continue to receive your “Thrivent Choice Dollars” gifts! Thank you to all of our members who have directed their “Thrivent Choice Dollars” to support the mission and ministry of First English. Over $2,000.00 was donated last year to First English through this program. If you are a Thrivent policy holder you are eligible to also direct your support to First English. The rules have changed a bit in that now the gifting of the “Thrivent Choice Dollars” must be done annually. You can direct your gifts to First English by calling Thrivent at 800-THRIVENT (800-847-4836) and state

REMINDER - It’s time to reserve your facility use dates for the 2018 calendar. PLEASE, remember that ALL groups MUST let Colleen know about any event. Colleen Motley is the facility use coordinator… If you have something that needs to be put on the calendar, please let her know ASAP. Please, send her a short e-mail asking her to reserve your date, time, location, name of the event and what group or person is responsible. facilityuse@feelc.org

SCHEDULES & CONTACT NUMBERS Pastor Sean Motley can be contacted by e-mail at Pastorsean@feelc.org. His day off is Friday and in an emergency can be contacted at (715) 297-9991. Facility Coordinator is Colleen Motley and can be reached at facilityuse@feelc.org

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First English Lutheran Preschool is accepting new students for the 2018-19 school year. Our preschool offers a caring, Christian setting to help parents prepare their three or four year old for their kindergarten and elementary years. Students will develop their social & intellectual abilities as well as a positive self-image. Our program includes*Art

*Music

*Language

*Math

*Science

*Bible lessons

*Beginning reading concepts *Physical development For further information, please contact our director, Emily Brenner-Stump at (517) 896-5604 or preschool@feelc.org

the amount of $168.18 DOWN A BIT FROM LAST QUARTER!! If you have never signed up – please go to Kroger’s website krogercommunityrewards.com and follow the prompts and AGAIN you no longer need to register every year…...ONCE AND DONE!!! You will need your Kroger card.

YOU NO LONGER HAVE TO RE-ENROLL EACH YEAR….SIGN UP ONCE AND YOU’RE DONE!!!! Please take the time to go online and sign-up with your Kroger card and make your donation designation to First English (#83535). It doesn’t cost you anything. Our fundraising efforts, by participating in the Kroger Community Rewards Program, have added up to significant money just by purchasing your weekly groceries! Our latest quarterly check (dated 12/5/2017)was in

Remember - It doesn’t cost YOU anything (It's A DONATION FROM Kroger)……..the only thing it costs you is a little time to register your card.

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1/2: Juanita Marshall, Brandon Simone Rosemary Yake 1/3: Peter Koenig, Joshua Wiitanen,

1/18: Bradley Homuth, Spencer Lohrstorfer, Jennifer McDonald,

William Zinn

Matthew McGrail, Peggy Kadrich 1/4: Andrew Bertelsen, John Campbell, 1/19: Kathleen Butler, Cori Chase, Justin Hawthorn, Laurie Stempien, William Hosbein Debra Stenzel, Glenn Whitcroft 1/20: Elinor Wroblewski 1/5: Mark Lindeman, Robert Richards, Ty Telegadas 1/6: Alan Corbishdale, Jody Hartingh, Angela Levinson, Katarina Stojish 1/7: Colin Beattie, Teresa Gassenfeit, Daniel Lamar

1/21: Denise Homuth, Anthony Sturton 1/22: Mark Balle 1/23: Lynn Augustyn, Glen Hays 1/25: Kevin Reck, Abigail Wilson 1/27: James Guest, Sharon Hassig, 1/28: Nathan Judson, John Kohler,

1/8: Virg Ditty, David Sloss

1/29: Suzanne Thomas

1/9: Madeline Kohler

1/30: Kristen Engle, Jeffrey Hassig,

1/10: Jennifer Frohock

Matthew Jackson

1/11: David Craig, Jr. 1/12: Brooklynn Marchetti, Mary Tito 1/13: James Butts, Neal Gram III 1/14: Kelli Elwert, Michael Tampakes 1/15: Wilma Greer, Anne Hartingh Emily Southard, David Strozeski 1/16: Cheryl Conn, Luis Rondon Jr. 1/17: Betty Blohm, Gordon Bush, Christine Gierman, Kaitlyn LaMagno, Bradley Russell

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1/31: Alison Corbishdale, Katy Roorda Bryan Kadrich


GREETERS 7-Jan 14-Jan 21-Jan 28-Jan

9:30 a.m. Judy Leo Craig Kohler family *Al & Carol Sauter Conn family

11:00 a.m. Cassar family Renee Strobl Smith family M. McClendon

USHER 7-Jan

9:30 a.m. Team #1 Mike Guest Team #3 Mark Fett Team #5 M. McClendon Team #7 David Zwicker

11:00 a.m. Team #2 Mark Berkesch Team #4 John Donahue Team #6 Mark Balle Team #8 Charles Jackson

14-Jan 21-Jan 28-Jan

ACOLYTES 7-Jan 14-Jan 21-Jan 28-Jan

9:30 a.m. Giana Fett Katerina Pirker Jack Bidigare Allie McIntyre

FRIENDLY CALLERS 7-Jan Mark Berkesch 14-Jan Patty Foster 21-Jan Caryl Litzenberger 28-Jan Waynette Hostetler

11:00 a.m. Justin Conn Ian Donahue Luke Kohler Kylie McClendon

LAY READERS 9:30 a.m. 7-Jan Mike Garrisi 14-Jan Jackie Tambourine 21-Jan Liz Nyquist 28-Jan Jim Lieder

COMMUNION ASSIST 9:30 a.m. 7-Jan Wayne Ford Mike Garrisi Margot Kahl 14-Jan Jackie Tambourine Shirley Lamar Pam Southard 21-Jan Penny Damore Wayne Ford Mike Garrisi 28-Jan Shirley Lamar Pam Southard Margot Kahl

11:00 a.m. Sue Ulmer Joe Warnez Yvonne Winston Mark Berkesch

11:00 a.m. Charles Jackson Patty Jackson Waynette Hostetler

John Blohm Nate Judson Patty Foster

COFFEE HOUR 7-Jan Church Property 14-Jan Fellowship 21-Jan Stewardship 28-Jan Social Action COUNTERS 7-Jan 14-Jan 21-Jan 28-Jan

Team #1 Waynette Hostetler Team #2 Nancy Heaphy Team #3 Ruth Engle Team #4 Pat Milne

ALTAR GUILD Anna Unit: Jan Jevons/Kim Jevons Lydia Unit: Leslie Nelson/Heidi Feldman

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8:00 - 10:00am Monday-Friday the gym is open for walking

9:30 Worship Service 9:30 Sunday School 11:00 Worship Service 7:00 GP Young Persons AA

9:30 Worship Service 9:30 Sunday School 11:00 Worship Service 7:00 GP Young Persons AA

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9:30 Worship Service 9:30 Sunday School 11:00 Worship Service 6:30 Board & Council Meetings 7:00 GP Young Persons AA

9:30 Worship Service 9:30 Sunday School 11:00 Worship Service 7:00 GP Young Persons AA

Monday HAPPY NEW YEAR

8:45 Preschool 9:30 Exercise 3:30 Music Lessons

8:45 Preschool 9:30 Exercise 3:30 Music Lessons

8:45 Preschool 9:30 Exercise 3:30 Music Lessons

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9:00 Toddler-Caregiver 10:00 GPN Pizza lunch 10:30 Faith Circle 3:00 Music Lessons 5:00 Sports 5:45 Exercise 7:00 Bd. Of Church Property

9:00 Toddler-Caregiver 3:00 Music Lessons 5:00 Sports 5:45 Exercise

9:00 Toddler-Caregiver 10:00 GPN Pizza Lunch 3:30 Music Lessons 5:00 Sports 5:45 Exercise

9:00 Toddler-Caregiver 10:00 GPN Pizza Lunch 3:30 Music Lessons 5:00 Sports 5:45 Exercise

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8:45 Preschool 9:30 Exercise Class 3:00 Music Lessons 5:30 Lord’s Co. Ringers 6:00 Lord’s Co. Singers 6:30 Confirmation Class 6:30 Youth Group 8:30 Sports 8:45 Preschool 9:30 Exercise Class 3:00 Music Lessons 5:30 Lord’s Co. Ringers 6:00 Lord’s Co. Singers 6:30 Confirmation Class 6:30 Youth Group 8:30 Sports

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Thursday 9:30 Bible Study 3:00 Music Lessons 5:45 Exercise 6:30 Good News Singers 8:15 Good News Ringers

9:30 Bible Study 3:00 Music Lessons 3:30 Sports 5:45 Exercise 6:30 Good News Singers 8:15 Good News Ringers

9:30 Bible Study 3:00 Music Lessons 3:30 Sports 5:45 Exercise 6:30 Good News Singers 8:15 Good News Ringers

9:30 Bible Study 10:00 Youth Treats at the Student Union 3:00 Music Lessons 3:30 Sports 5:45 Exercise 6:30 Good News Singers 8:15 Good News Ringers

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8:45 Preschool 9:00 Holy Yoga 7:00 8 for 4 (Blohm)

8:45 Preschool 9:00 Holy Yoga

8:45 Preschool 9:00 Holy Yoga

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