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We gather today as God’s beloved children to worship our Heavenly Father. We praise his

We gather today as God’s beloved children to worship our Heavenly Father. We praise his holy name, we listen eagerly for his words of comfort, hope, and challenge to us, and we offer ourselves to him in dedicated service. May you be blessed as you worship here today.

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May 19, 2013

Leader: Pastor Stephen Wood Organist: Olga Otte Deacons: Mark Hoffmeier; Troy Claycamp Greeters: Alvin & Pat Otte and Leon & Linda Seitz Communion Assistant: Dan Davis Altar Care: Linda Guinn Lectors: Jamie Baker (8:00) Leon Seitz (10:15) Acolytes: Eliana Baker (8:00) Sarah Davis (10:15) Projectors: Jamie Baker (8:00) Jack Tormoehlen (10:15) Flowers: Wanda Engelau Welcome Center: Shirley Lewis (8:00) Michelle Wood (10:15)

St.St.St.St. PaulPaulPaulPaul LutheranLutheranLutheranLutheran ChurchChurchChurchChurch

10792 North 210 East, Seymour, IN 47274

Office

522-7364

Annex & Fax

522-7484

Parsonage

522-7421

email: stpaullutheran@stpaul-borchers.org Web Site: stpaul-borchers.org

Office hours: Tuesday - Friday

StaffStaffStaffStaff

The Reverend Stephen Wood Pastor

of Youth & Family Ministries

Carolyn Jones

Director

Wendy Rotert

Secretary

Jeanette Kruse

Borchers

Preschool

 

Director

Trish Tangman Amy Pierceall and

Care

Team Director

Mandy Otte Custodians

Worship Technology Advisor

and Web Master

Jamie Baker

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tion of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (E.L.C.A.). It is referred to as “Borchers” since Rev. Henry Borchers, who served our congregation from 1857-1881, advised and influenced a small group of pioneer settlers that wanted to establish a congregation in the area. This year we celebrate 161 years of life and ministry in this beautiful country setting in Southern Indiana. We look forward to many more years of growth and change as we seek continually to be faithful to God’s call to mission.

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offered at the 8:00 a.m. services on the 2 nd and 4 th Sundays and at the 10:15 a.m. ser- vice on the 1 st and the 3 rd Sundays of the month. Christians who believe in the true presence of Christ in the bread and wine for our forgiveness and salvation are invited to receive Holy Communion.

SundaySundaySundaySunday SchoolSchoolSchoolSchool classes are held each Sun-

day for all ages at 9:10 a.m. Visitors are welcome to attend.

HEARING ASSISTANCE: We have head phones available for those in need of assistance with hearing. They are located on the table at the entrance of the sanctuary.

LARGE PRINT BULLETINS—There are a handful of large print bulletins available. They are located on the table at the en- trance of the sanctuary.

This week:

CALENDARCALENDARCALENDARCALENDAR May 19 th —25 th

Today-

9:15 am Luther League Meeting

Tuesday 21 st -

11:00 am Reception 4:00 pm Turbo Kick Class 9:00 am Hannah Circle meeting in the

Wednesday 22 nd - Thursday 23 rd - Saturday 25 th -

Fellowship Hall 1:30 pm Clothing Center 9:00 am Borchers Breakfast Club 9:00 am Plant Swap in the church parking lot

Next week:

May 26 th —June 1 st

Tuesday 28 th -

6:30 pm

Stephen Minister Group Meeting

Thursday 29 th -

9:00 am

Borchers Breakfast Club

7:30 pm

Adult Choir Practice

Borchers Breakfast Club 7:30 pm Adult Choir Practice THE ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL has begun a new

THE ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL has begun a new study. We will be examining the histo- ry of the early church. How the church evolved from the Day of Pentecost and into the first several centuries. We will be study- ing documents from this time period.

PARTICIPANTS OF THE WINGS RUN/ WALK if you still have your Under Armor bag and would like to donate it for the LWR school kits please bring the Mission Outreach room. Thank you.

GRADUATION RECOGNITION—We will recognize those who are graduating this year from high-school or college, at
GRADUATION RECOGNITION—We will
recognize those who are graduating this year
from high-school or college, at both service
on June 2 nd . If you know of someone gradu-
ating get their name to Wendy in the church
office.
A RECEPTION will be held for Jeanette
Kruse after the 10:15 service in recognition
for her retirement after 27 years of being The
Borchers Preschool Director/Teacher.
VISIT ST.PAUL-BORCHERS' PLANT
SWAP on Saturday, May 25 th from 9:00 AM
to NOON in the church parking lot. Bring your
extra vegetable plants, water garden plants,
flowers, bulbs, herbs, seeds, pots or anything
else plant-related to give away or swap
with other gardeners. If you don't have extras
to share, you are still welcome to come see
what FREE plants you can take home. If you
have things to share, you may set up your
own table in the designated area, or simp-
ly display your items in your truck bed or
trunk. If you would like to use one of
the church's older tables, please let Trish
know so one can be reserved for you.
LUTHER LEAGUE will meet on May 19 th at
9:15 am to go over Mission Trip supplies
needed and to sign up for the Sunday School
Picnic meal.
HANNAH CIRCLE will meet on Tuesday,
May 21 st at 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall.
Bertha Otte is hostess and Jo McGrew is
Bible Study Leader.
DAY CAMP this year is June 10 th —14 th . The
theme this year is SKY. Enrollment forms
and volunteer sign up sheets are at the Wel-
come Center.
THE ADULT CHOIR will practice on Thurs-
day, May 29th at 7:30 pm.

LUTHERAN WORLD RELIEF TOTALS for 2013 are : 224 blankets, 174 school kits, 33 baby kits, 11 personal care kits. Thank to all who helped or donated. Remember we are collecting items for the kits all year round. These items may be placed in the Mission Outreach room.

SENIOR DAY CAMP will be Thursday, June 13. NO breakfast will be served at church that day due to Day Camp activities. An out- ing is being planned for a trip to Louisville to tour Mega Cavern. A group will leave the church parking lot at 9:00, eat breakfast in Scottsburg, and enjoy the cavern tour and picnic lunch before returning home by mid- afternoon. Please SIGN UP for the outing and look for more details at the Welcome Center. Participants will need to provide the cost of breakfast and the tour. Borchers Breakfast Club will provide lunch. Everyone is welcome!

WORK NEEDED for Youth June 10 th — 14 th —We are looking for people who are in need of some help during day camp week June 10 th —14 th . This includes anything from building fence, to cleaning out a shed. We are blessed with a large number of Jr. High and High School youth volunteers at day- camp and would like to branch out to anyone in the community with a project for these kids. They will be available for 2-3 hours each morning from June 10 th —14 th . Please contact Carolyn or Molly for more information or if you have a job for us.

BORCHER’S PRESCHOOL is now accept- ing enrollment for the 2013-2014 school year. Your child must be age 4 by August 1, 2013, to be in the Sunbeam Class, age 3 by August 1, 2013, for the Rainbow class and age 2 by August 1, 2013 for the Raindrop class. En- rollment forms are at the Welcome Center or call the church office for information.

LUTHERAN COMMUNITY HOME “Volunteen” Program—Come and join the “social media” at the Lutheran Community Home. Communicate with residents by visit- ing, assisting with activities, listening to their stories, reading and much more. The pro- gram is available to those 12 years of age through college. The program begins June 3 rd and ends July 19 th . Applications can be picked up at the front office of the Lutheran Home. Return applications by May 20th. Contact Connie Rose 812-519-3003 or crose@lutherancommhome.org with ques- tions.

ADDRESS—If you would like to send Diane Pensgard (she recently had hip surgery) a card her address is 681 Ryan Lane Apt. 2E , West Dundee, IL 60118

OUROUROUROUR MISSION:MISSION:MISSION:MISSION:

Walking in Faith – Sowing Christ’s Love

The mission of St. Paul Lutheran Church is derived from our core values - the essence of our purpose for existence and the criteria we should use to guide our congregational decisions and actions.

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1. Spirituality – to worship and to grow and develop spiritually as Christians. 2. Outreach – To spread the message of God’s love and grace by word and by action. 3. Service to Others – To live Christ’s message to Love one another.

You can support the mission of our church by coming to worship, engaging in study, sharing the word, bringing a friend to church, taking part in Care Team initiatives, volunteering at church or in the community and loving one another. We invite you to join us in this journey.

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We Worshipped: May 12 th —8:00 am service132 10:15 service—88

Total Offerings for May 12 th :

Spending Plan Giving-$6,440.00 Other Giving– $615.40

New Church Loan Payment-$1,250.00

{The weekly amount needed to cover expenses in the 2013 Spending Plan is $5,435.00} *This amount does not include the $5,900.00 monthly mortgage payment

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May 26 th :

Day o f Pentecost

Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31 Psalm 8 Romans 5:1-5 John 16:12-15 Lectors:

Alicia Perry (8:00) Kendall Alsta (10:15)

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Communion Assistant:

Lou Ann Hoevener (8:00)

Altar Care:

Phyllis Cupp (8:00)

Acolytes:

Erin O e (8:00)

Projectors:

Lydia Shuler(10:15) Doris Rorick (8:00)

Flowers:

Hannah Wood (10:15) Wanda Engelau

Welcome Center:

Shirley Lewis (8:00) Michelle Wood (10:15)