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Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Inside this issue: ...from Pastor Sean


Worship Schedule Thrivent


Stewardship Info


Council Notes


New Member Classes Dec. Cookie Walk


Bd. Of Fellowship


With the Members Thanksgiving Eve Pantry


Adult Education


Notes from RENATA




Preschool Kroger Rewards


November Birthdays


Serving in November


November Calendar


I know this is a November newsletter, but I am writing about a week before Halloween, so I have a bit of All Hallows Eve on my mind. When I was a child my mom, sister and myself went to a haunted house. We began to go through this multi-storied scare factory when I was separated from the rest of my family. I was very scared because behind every door I opened was some scary screaming creature. I couldn’t find my way out. I panicked and began to cry. It seemed I was trapped in this haunted house and would never find my way out. I finally asked the bloodied corpse in the man-eating chair how to get out because I was lost and couldn’t find my family. They stared at me for a moment, as I assume most zombies would, and then one of the ghouls showed me which door to go through and walked with me to the exit. My family found it quite humorous but I was not so amused. As an adult I have enjoyed going to haunted houses around Halloween. I’m always hoping to find one that will give me a good scare. The difference is that now I know none of it can hurt me. There’s no real wolfman who is going to eat me and I will not forever be trapped in a strobe lighted nightmare sponsored by the Jaycees. Knowing the truth behind what scares us can make a big difference in how we live and knowing the truth about God’s grace and the life we have in Christ changes everything.

At the end of October we celebrate the Reformation and at the beginning of November we celebrate All Saints’ Day. These two celebrations have something in common. First, through Luther came, not a new understanding or revelation but really a return to the early church understanding of the gospel that we have been saved by grace through faith. Jesus revealed to us not a God who wanted to hurt us, or scare us, or trick us or trap us forever in a place of torment but God who would walk with us in all the scary and joyful happenings around us and lead us into life everlasting. On All Saints’ Day we see the fruits of this gift of grace. We remember those who have lived in that grace and now experience the perfection of their faith. We give thanks that God has opened the gates and welcomes us into a forever bathed in the warmth of His love. Knowing the truth of the gospel message and the reality of God’s saving grace makes it possible to truly live. Knowing that even in the scariest of times God is with me and that He will give me strength in my weakness, comfort in my sadness, direction in my lostness and in that moment when I draw my last breath, I do not need to be afraid for He will open that door to life forever and He will lead me home. You have been saved by grace through faith and are a treasured saint of God. Live each day in this truth. Yours in Christ<><

Pastor Sean



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

WORSHIP SCHEDULE: Sunday 9:30 a.m. (With Holy Communion ) 11:00 a.m. (Holy Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays) SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2017 SUNDAY SCHOOL WILL BEGIN AT 9:30 a.m., then ONE WORSHIP SERVICE AT 10:00 A.M. with BREAKFAST immediately after. Nov. 5th is also the Sunday that we turn our clocks back one hour!

Senior Pastor Rev. Sean R. Motley

Ed./Youth Coordinator Renata Conger Music Coordinator Bob Foster Director of Bell Choirs

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 “Thrivent Choice” or on line at Again, thank you for your support; it is greatly appreciated!

Christina Judson Facility Use Director Colleen Motley Pastors Emeritus Rev. Paul Keppler Rev. Dr. Walter A. Schmidt


Stewardship Information God has given us all different talents and abilities. We are blessed at First English to have so many wonderful and gifted people working together in ministry. We want to be able to connect members of the congregation with each other, with opportunities to use their gifts and with information on the variety of ministries that can be found here. We are asking all the members of First English to help us learn about your gifts and talents. We will have a computer station set up in the lounge, where you will be able to enter information about your talents, hobbies, vocation, and areas of interest in regards to the ministries of the church. It will only take a few minutes per person and we will have people present to guide you through. This information will help us to connect members with similar interests, develop new groups and new ministries, improve our communication and increase the opportunity for people to be involved in the many activities and ministries here. You may also fill out a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;time and talentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; sheet that will be in the Lounge and also the magazine rack in the hall. Please join us in deepening our connection with each other and strengthening the ministry share on Sunday, November 5, 2017, Stewardship Sunday.


OFFICERS - 2016 (Officers are members of the executive committee) **President – Roger Ulmer **Vice President—Jeff Gates **Secretary – Waynette Hostetler **Treasurer – Pam Southard

**Financial Secretary – John Nyquist

Boards & Council Members Church Properties **Gordon Bush, Dir. **Asst. Dir. - Open Mark Fett Jeff Gates Jim Nelson Ed Kenny Ted Bidigare Scott Bricker Jim Lieder 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 **Tom Liebold, Asst. Dir. Curt Sylvester Dan Rustmann Craig Kohler Waynette Hostetler Sherrill Wolford Youth Ministry **Liz Nyquist, Co-Dir. **Heidi Feldman, Co-Dir. Eve Feldman John Nyquist Sandi Smith Worship & Music **Jane Stevens, Dir. **Chris Judson, 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


Council Minutes OCTOBER, 2017

Roger Ulmer called the meeting to order at 7:45 pm. Pastor Motley offered the opening prayer. SECRETARY REPORT - Jeff Gates moved to accept the September, 2017 minutes Sue Ulmer seconded and the motion carried. TREASURER REPORT - Pam Southard moved to accept the September financial reports as distributed, after a brief discussion, Jeff Gates seconded and the motion carried. FINANCIAL SECRETARY – John Nyquist reported contributions through the end of June, 2017 have been recorded in the new software system. BOARD OF STEWARDSHIP AND FINANCE - Sherrill Wolford reported the board is beginning work on the budget. The board is diligently working on preparations for Consecration Sunday is November 5, 2017. Christina and Nate Judson will serve as co-chair of the appeal. Members of the congregation are calling all members to ask their attendance. Materials are being prepared for the event. Sherrill noted it was important for all the board members and council members to submit an intent card of their pledge. BOARD OF CHURCH PROPERTY = Gordie Bush reported the board is obtaining bids on securing the entrance to the Gathering area from Guardian Alarm and Grosse Pointe Alarm. Fall clean up is November 18, 2017. The entire council moved to thank Gordie for updating the boiler (for heat), Pam Southard seconded and the motion carried. BOARD OF SOCIAL ACTION – Diann Ohman reported the board has funds on hand and would not require any funds be budgeted for 2018. The board intends to work closely with Samaritas, NOAH, LifeBuilders, etc. for their needs. There are knitters from the congregation knitting preemie hats for East Africa. Bringing in the Harvest will commence in November 2017. Jeff Gate/Randie Kohler noted we realized between $2200 and $2500 after costs for Oktoberfest. BOARD OF FELLOWSHIP – Sue Ulmer reported the LifeBuilders event on September 23, 2017 was very well attended with 23 participants, and much was accomplished. See list attached to minutes with further Fellowship activities such as Thanksgiving Eve afterglow. Sue also wanted the board, and volunteers, to join in the Fall clean up and accomplish interior cleaning/organizing. BOARD OF PARISH EDUCATION – Randie Kohler reported November 12, 29917, the Sunday school children will sing at the 9:30 am service. The children’s Christmas Pageant will be December 17, 2017 at the 11:00 am service. BOARD OF YOUTH MINISTRY – Heidi Feldman reported the youth are meeting each Wednesday and participants are increasing. Two mission trips are planned for next year. the National Gathering will be held June end/July beginning, 2018, in Houston, Texas to help with the Hurricane Harvey damage recovery. The youth will be leaf raking on November 18, 2017. BOARD OF WORSHIP AND MUSIC – Jane Stevens reported the musical Wizard of Oz will be November 10-11-12, 2017 WOMEN OF THE CHURCH – Waynette Hostetler reported there were 15 attendees for the Internet Safety/Cyber Bullying/Human Trafficking presentation by Grosse Pointe Woods Police Detective, Ryan Schroerlucke. Several council members requested we offer the presentation again. The women’s Advent Service will be December 4th PASTORS REPORT – Pastor reminded us that we are all called to do as people/boards/congregation what is our mission. He thanked everyone for all the positive actions of ministry we accomplish. OLD BUSINESS – none NEW BUSINESS –The Karlson home has had an offer to purchase of $102,000, in as is condition. The Board of Stewardship and Finance unanimously voted to accept this offer. Pam Southard moved to accept this figure and present the recommendation of the council to a congregational meeting scheduled for November 12, 2017, Carol Sauter seconded and the motion carried. Pam Southard moved to request at the congregational meeting an endowment fund/ committee be established to accept large donations from members of the congregation, i.e. the Karlson estate, to keep them segregated from normal operating funds, Sherrill Wolford seconded and the motion carried. Pam Southard moved to approve Sherrill Wolford as temporary director of the Board of Stewardship and Finance for the remainder of 2017, Randie Kohler seconded and the motion carried. Volunteers were requested for the Nominating Committee. Pam Southard noted the Christmas Decorating Leaders, Kyle Clor and Jacki Stein will make this their last year. They are requesting volunteers step up to accomplish the decorating work in our facility. John Nyquist moved to adjourn, Chris Judson seconded and the motion carried. We closed with the Lord’s Prayer. Respectfully submitted, Waynette Hostetler


"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 COOKIE WALK

CALLING ALL BAKERS: We would appreciate your baking/donating 4-5 dozen (or more) of your favorite Christmas cookies for the annual Cookie Walk which will be held December 17, 2017 after both the 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. services. Please bring your cookies either Saturday, December 16th or Sunday, December 17th, before the 9:30 church service. Thank you in advance for your generosity. 6

News from BOARD OF FELLOWSHIP… ❖ Thanksgiving Eve Afterglow, November 22, follows the worship service at 7:00 PM. Pumpkin pie, apple dessert and beverages (wine, cider, coffee) will be served by candlelight in the lounge. Begin your Thanksgiving holiday with this worship opportunity, expressing your gratitude to our Amazing Lord and Savior. Then come and enjoy some warm fellowship and a generous piece of pumpkin pie or apple dessert! ❖ The 2018 Coffee Hour Schedule is now posted in the office, the lounge kitchen, and on the Fellowship bulletin board. Please write your changes on the office copy if you trade Sundays with another group.

❖ Want to learn to crochet? Start this fall with a dish cloth…a great stocking stuffer! Please sign up on the poster in the lounge with your preferred day and time and we’ll get a workshop up and running. Questions? See or text/call Sue Ulmer, (313)407-9045.

❖ Holy Yoga is here! If you haven’t tried it come and check it out! 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). Friday, 9:00-10:00 AM Whitney Starrs leads this class. Childcare is available in the nursery/preschool play area next to the lounge where the class occurs ( $5/child). ❖ 8for4 Small Groups have started, but it’s not too late to jump in. Please see Pastor Sean or Sue Ulmer if you’re interested or want to know more. ❖Get in the mood for Christmas with our traditional Carol-Along, Sunday, December 3. Why cook that night? Come and eat a light supper starting at 5:30 PM in the Luther Center, enjoy the Carol-along at 7:00 in the sanctuary, and come back to the gym for punch and cookies served by the Board of Worship and Music. This is a fun night for the whole family and an opportunity to invite relatives and friends! ❖With the inclement weather coming we are offering Walking in the Gym, 8:00-10:00 AM, Monday through Friday. We measured the gym and 10 times around is about a half mile. 20 times and you've done a mile. Bring a friend and join the walkers this fall and winter.

…..and a Great Big Thanks from the Fellowship Board!!! Thanks to all those who hosted coffee hours this past year! Also, thanks to all who hosted either a Lenten Lunch or a Dinner in 2017!


Arthur Sutton, father of member, Waynette Hostetler entered life eternal on October 14, 2017. â&#x20AC;&#x153;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.â&#x20AC;? Romans 14:7-8

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 ( 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


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. The study is from 9:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. in the lounge on Thursday mornings. Come and join us for study, fellowship, food and fun. All are welcome.

WOMENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BIBLE STUDY Please check the calendar at

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.


N O T E S F R O M R E N ATA Children’s Ministry

Middle & High School Ministry

Children’s Christmas Pageant

Community Leaf Raking

It’s not to early to decide if your child will participate this year! The Pageant will take place during the 11:00 a.m. service on Sunday, Dec 17. More information will be mailed to families with young children.

For the past several years, the youth of First English have spent one day raking leaves for our neighbors. This act of service is done in Jesus name, is completely free, and includes a prayer for each person we rake leaves for. This year’s date is Tuesday, Nov 7th, from 10:00 a.m.2:00 p.m. and will include lunch. Adult drivers are needed, so let Renata know if you are free!

What We’re Learning This Month Preschool and Elementary students have finished learning about “The Reformation” and are starting a new lesson on “The First Sin.” Join us each week at 9:30 a.m. as students read from the bible and participate in fun learning activities. Children will sing during early worship Nov 12.

Important Dates October 29, 9:30am Third Grade Bible presentation November 7, 10:00am-2:00pm Community Leaf Raking November 8 Michigan & National Gathering $Due$ National Gathering For current 8th-12th grade June 25-July 3 in Houston, TX

$150 per participant due Nov 8

Samaritan’s Purse “Operation Christmas Child” is a go! Pick up a “Go Box,” fill it, and return it to church by Nov 12.

For current 9th-12th grade Dec 27-30 in Lansing

$110 per participant due Nov 8 Michigan Gathering


SCHEDULES & CONTACT NUMBERS Pastor Sean Motley can be contacted by e-mail at 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



First English Lutheran Preschool is accepting new students for the 2017-18 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





*Bible lessons

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

the amount of $192.65 DOWN A BIT FROM LAST QUARTER!! If you have never signed up – please go to Kroger’s website 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 9/5/2017)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.


11/1: William Campbell, Mildred Gronbach, Mary Schwartz 11/2: Diane Kovach 11/4: Christina Swanson 11/5: Wilson Holsinger, Deborah Molczan, Christopher Paluch 11/6: Ruth Engle, Geena Molczan

11/18: Lola Fett, Charles Heaphy 11/19: John Breckenridge, Nicholas Corbishdale, Henry Thomas 11/20: Christian Coston, Christi Nyquist

11/7: Nancy Henderson, Claudia Strozeski 11/8: Joyce Blumenstock, April Fabin, Robyn Stojsih, David Tilford, Montgomery Kohler

11/21: Colleen Stevens 11/22: James Bezel 11/23: Timothy Bledsoe, Aimee Poole, Patricia Wegner

11/9: Angela Capton, Graham Eger, Cheryl Quinlan

11/24: Georgeanne LeDuc

11/10: Richard Schneider, Benjamin Schreiber

11/25: Allen Bertelsen, Christopher Kurtz

11/11: John Anderson, Pamela Balle, Ryan Henderson, Yvonne Winston

11/28: Elizabeth Butler, Raymond Demeulemeester,

11/12: Kay Berkesch, Joanna Russell, Tracy Schneedecker

11/29: Aaron Cisco, David Walz

11/27: Matthew Schneider

11/30: Sarah Bay, Susan Gronbach, Kristen LaMagno, Tim MacMichael Joseph Setchell, Andrew Wilson

11/13: Ellen Nelson, Virginia Parsons 11/14: Lauren Cisco, Nathan Ford 11/15: Carolyn Blohm, Dorothy Burau, Megan Ford, Ryan Mott 11/16: Joseph Heaphy, Jason Rio, Sheldon Johnson 11/17: Monika Andary, Wayne Ford, Alicia Pautke

If your birthday does not appear on this list and you would like it to, please contact the church office with your information in order to update our computer records. Thank You.


GREETERS 5-Nov 12-Nov 19-Nov 26-Nov

9:30 a.m. Pirker Family *Judy Leo McIntyre family *John Nyquist

11:00 a.m. * W. Hostetler McClendon family *Jim Barnes Wilson family


9:30 a.m. Team #8 Charles Jackson Team #1 Mike Guest Team #2 Mark Berkesch Team #7 Ken Kohler

11:00 a.m. Team #9 David Zwicker Team #3 Mark Fett Team #6 Mark Balle Team #5 Marion

9:30 a.m. Justin Conn Paul Wilson Evan Smith Jack Bidigare

11:00 a.m.

12-Nov 19-Nov 26-Nov

ACOLYTES 5-Nov 12-Nov 19-Nov 26-Nov

Giana Fett

Allie McIntyre Ian Donahue Kylie McClendon

ALTAR ALTAR GUILD Anna Unit: Nancy Heaphy/Alice Rustmann Lydia Unit: Pam Balle/Patty Jackson

LAY READERS 9:30 a.m. 5-Nov Jim Lieder 12-Nov Mike Garrisi 19-Nov Jackie Tambourine 26-Nov Liz Nyquist

COMMUNION ASSIST 9:30 a.m. 5-Nov P. Damore/S. Lamar P. Southard 12-Nov Garrisi/W. Ford M. Kahl 19-Nov Tambourine/Lamar P. Southard 26-Nov Garrisi/W. Ford M. Kahl

11:00 a.m. Mark Berkesch Mark Fett Cindy Jevons Patty Foster

11:00 a.m. Gary & Sandy Ford M. Berkesch

C. & P. Jackson W. Hostetler

COFFEE HOUR 5-Nov Fellowship 12-Nov Peace Circle 19-Nov Youth Ministry 26-Nov Evangelism

COUNTERS 5-Nov 12-Nov 19-Nov 26-Nov

COUNTERS Team #6 Kyle Clor Team #7 Patty Ford Team #1 Waynette Hostetler Team #2 Nancy Heaphy

FRIENDLY 5-Nov 12-Nov 19-Nov 26-Nov

FRIENDLY CALLERS C. Litzenberger W. Hostetler Judy Leo Margot Kahl



Stewardship Sunday 9:30 Sunday School 10:00 Worship Service 11:00 Breakfast 6:30 ‘Wizard of Oz’ Rehearsal 7:00 GP Young Persons AA

9:30 Worship Service 9:30 Sunday School 11:00 Worship Service 2:00 ‘Wizard of Oz’ Performance 7:00 GP Young Persons AA

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 11:00 Worship Service 7:00 GP Young Persons AA









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

8:45 Preschool 9:30 Exercise 3:30 Music Lessons 6:15 Sports 5:00 Musical - Tech week

8:45 Preschool 9:30 Exercise 3:30 Music Lessons 6:15 Sports

8:45 Preschool 9:30 Exercise 3:30 Music Lessons 6:15 Sports



8:45 Preschool 9:30 Exercise 3:30 Music Lessons 6:15 Sports 7:00 Grace Circle


10:30 Faith Circle 10:00 Youth Leaf Raking 3:00 Music Lessons 5:00 Musical - Tech week 5:45 Exercise 7:00 Peace Circle 7:00 Toddler-Caregiver





10:00 GPN Pizza Lunch 3:00 Music Lessons 5:45 Exercise 7:00 Bd. Of Church Property 7:00 Toddler-Caregiver

10:00 GPN Pizza Lunch 3:00 Music Lessons 5:45 Exercise 7:00 Toddler-Caregiver

10:00 GPN Pizza Lunch 3:00 Music Lessons 5:45 Exercise 7:00 Toddler-Caregiver

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

15 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

22 8:45 Preschool 9:30 Exercise Class 3:00 Music Lessons 5:30 Lord’s Co. Ringers 6:00 Lord’s Co. Singers 7:00 Worship Service 8:00 Reception

29 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

Thursday 2





9:30 Bible Study 10:00 Youth & Student Union 3:00 Music Lessons 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 5:00 Musical - Tech week 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 5:45 Exercise 6:30 Good News Singers 8:15 Good News Ringers

THANKSGIVING Church office closed

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


8:45 Preschool 9:00 Holy Yoga 6:30 Late Night with Luther (Youth) 7:00 8 for 4 (Blohm)





8:45 Preschool 9:00 Holy Yoga 7:00 ‘Wizard of Oz’ Performance

8:45 Preschool 9:00 Holy Yoga

Church office closed


5:00 Musical Tech Week Set-up-Stewardship Sunday



6:00 Dinner before 7:00 ‘Wizard of Oz’ Performance


7:30 Council Meeting



CLEF November 2017  
CLEF November 2017