“As cold water to a thirsty soul so is good news from a far country.” Proverbs 25:25
The Good News
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Volume 4, Issue 8 August 2007
“We are a Family,
united in the IN August
bringing people to know Christ, by MONDAY NIGHT WORSHIP
August 13, 20, 27 starting at 7:00.
sharing the Good News of His All Monday Night Services are communion
unconditional love.” services.
CELEBRATING 25 YEARS
August 5, 2007
8:30 Worship at Prince of Peace
Our Purpose With SS at 9:45
“To bring people to Jesus and 11:00 Worship at John Stiff Park area #10
Potluck Picnic to follow
membership in his family, develop
them to Christ-like maturity, and VBS
“QUEST FOR TRUTH”
equip them for their ministry in the August 5-9, 2007 from 6:00-8:30pm
Church and their life, mission in the VOTERS MEETING
world in order to magnify God’s August 15, 2007 at 7:00 pm
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Through all the ministries connected to LCMS,
we work together to share and to proclaim the
great news of Jesus Christ. We do this by
seeking to bring glory to God and to be faithful
witnesses to His Word. Because of this
commitment to be faithful to the Word of God,
there will sometimes be limits on what we can or
Grace and Peace to You! As you may know,
will do. Our focus is not on us but on God and
several church conventions are taking place this
His Word. Please join me in rejoicing for what
summer. The LWML had their convention in
God has done for you in Christ and how God is
June. The LCMS convention was July 14-19.
making His love known through our work
The LLL had their convention at the end of July.
together in the LCMS, the LWML, and the LLL.
And the LCMS national youth gathering met in
I encourage you to learn more about these
Orlando, FL. This was an exciting summer for
ministries and join with brothers and sisters in
many people! The conventions were a time for
Christ to share in this wonderful work that we
many to learn and grow and experience new and
are doing together. To God be the Glory!
interesting things. It is absolutely amazing how
God brings people in our church together from
Yours in Christ,
all over the country to focus again on being
Rev. Jeffrey D. Geske
about His business. Our heavenly Father calls us
to be about reaching, teaching, sharing, and
proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ. I
love the words that the angels proclaimed to the
shepherds: ―Do not be afraid. I bring you good
news of great joy that will be for all the people.
Today in the town of David a Savior has been
born to you; he is Christ the Lord.‖ (Luke 2:10b-
The message that we seek to bring to hearts and
lives today is the message of the Savior that was
born for us. This Savior was born so that we
The song ―Father Welcomes‖ written by Robin
may have the certainty of forgiveness and eternal
―Father welcomes all his children to his family
life. This Savior came and made the journey to
through his Son. Father giving his salvation,
the cross to give us the victory. Until He comes
Life forever has been won.‖
again, we seek to proclaim and to share the Good
News of God’s love for us. The mission of our
Isn’t it awesome to know that we serve a God
congregation is to ―bring people to know Christ.‖
who has provided all of these wonderful things
We join with brothers and sister through the
this world has to offer and thinks enough of us to
Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod to live the
give everlasting life? Let’s take some time this
mission that we share. The mission of our
year to be like our Father in Heaven and
church body is, ―In grateful response to God's
welcome friends to worship here at Prince of
grace and empowered by the Holy Spirit through
Peace and share that message of hope.
Word and Sacraments, the mission of The
Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod is vigorously
to make known the love of Christ by word and
deed within our churches, communities, and the
Sunday School News continued:
MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW for the
Sunday School Celebration Day the last Sunday in
September. This will be a 5th Sunday blended
worship service, followed by a potluck meal and
lots of fun activities for all ages. You will want to
I want to thank everyone for the donations to the be a part of this!
crafts for VBS. Everything needed was
donated; this will help each child have a great SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFERINGS for May
time. The next several months are going to be through August will be going to Hispanic ministry
busy and here are some upcoming events that are in San Antonio; we are helping purchase Bibles –
planned: Heroes Unmasked, a fall festival in English and in Spanish – for their outreach
outreach on Oct. 5th; Parents Night Out Nov. 24th ministry.
and 29th; A Night in Bethlehem, a Christmas out
reach on Dec. 7th and 8th. All of these events will CHRISTMAS PLANNING – Looking way
need volunteers from the congregation to help ahead: the children’s Christmas program/worship
make these events a success but, I don’t want to service is scheduled for Sunday, December 16.
stretch people out so you don’t have to volunteer
for everything. I encourage you to attend and
enjoy them all!
DO YOU LOVE
CHILDREN? If so, we
have a spot for you! We
are in need of two persons
willing to serve as a team
or as teacher/substitute for
the pre-school Sunday VBS starts on Sunday, August 5th and ends
school class. Or, if you Thursday, August 9th . The time will be from
have a heart for this ministry but don’t feel like
you would be the right fit for the little ones, we Dinner will be provided for all volunteers and
can be flexible and put you with another age any family members who are
group. Please contact Beth Lauterbach at 488- actual participants.
2423 if you are interested – just remember:
there is no higher calling as a Christian than We need volunteers for our VBS.
teaching the little ones about Jesus! A Planning Meeting will be held in July. Watch
your bulletin for date and time.
OUR NEW BULLETIN BOARD – Have you
walked back to see the bulletin board set up in
the Sunday school hallway? We have pictures TEXAS CEF STAMP PROGRAM
from the Groom field trip posted. And the Pre- The program is called ―K.I.D.S.‖ It stands for
School class has some of their artwork on Kids Into Discipleship and Stewardship. For
display. Special thanks to Danny Riley and Pat more information or for a savings book, please
Howell for hanging the bulletin board and to contact the church office. This is a great way to
Danielle Fehr for making it attractive. save money and support the work of the Lord.
Get started today!
LWML adopts $1.7 million
mission goal, elects president
By Paula Schlueter Ross
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- Relying on the ―rock-
solid‖ foundation of their faith in Jesus Christ,
delegates to the 32nd Biennial Convention of the
Our quarterly meeting of LWML met at the
Lutheran Women's Missionary League adopted a
church July 14, 2007 with a brunch beginning at
record-setting mission goal of $1.7 million for
10:00 a.m. Hostesses were LaDonna Adkins,
the 2007-09 biennium.
Margie Ammons and Dawn Cash. Beth
Lauterbach gave the Bible study entitled Fan into More than 5,000 people attended the 65th
Flames. Sally Haynie led closing devotions anniversary convention, held here June 21-24
entitled G.I.F.T.S. under the theme ―ROCK! Rest On Christ the
King,‖ from Psalm 31:1-3: ―Secure in Jesus, my
Our next quarterly meeting will be a program rock and fortress, I step out in faith to declare
featuring BSA Hospice with Laura Reyher, His praise and serve others.‖
Outreach Manager, as our featured speaker. We
invite all women of Prince of Peace as well as all Sioux Falls -- known for its pink quartzite rock,
the men to attend. We will begin with brunch at second only to diamonds in strength -- was
10:00 a.m. There will be a silent auction mentioned by several speakers as being an apt
featuring ―Christmas in October‖ with many location for the convention, with its ―ROCK‖
items to purchase. We will also take a Love theme.
offering and Thrivent will match $500.00 of the
monies collected. All will benefit BSA The record mission goal is $75,000 more than
Hospice/Olivia’s Angels. We hope all of you the LWML's previous goal for 2005-07.
will make plans to attend on October 13, 2007 at Contributions given by the organization's
10:00 a.m. here at the church. At one time or 250,000 members nationwide over the next two
another all of our lives have been touched with years will be used to cover organizational
the hospice program. They do a wonderful work expenses and to support 18 mission grants to:
of making our loved ones and friends’ lives a
little easier during their last days on earth. We train deaf-ministry leaders ($50,000).
need to support this special work. provide portable medical clinics in
Sudan, East Africa ($70,000).
On October 14, 2007 we will be celebrating
LWML Sunday. This year’s theme is Rest On build 10 Lutheran churches in India
Christ the King….R.O.C.K. This was also the ($100,000).
theme for the 2007 LWML National Convention
in Sioux Falls, SD in June. support a female missionary to Muslim
people in Guinea, Africa ($100,000).
Thank you again for supporting our Muffins for
help Lutheran Bible Translators, Aurora,
Mites program in July. You gave over $35.00 in
Ill., provide transportation for
support of this program. The ladies of LWML
have available muffins the 2nd Sunday of each
month with all monies being sent to the District open eight Lutheran Blind Mission
LWML for Missions Grants.
Outreach Centers nationwide service, Wendorf, 56, said she attended her
($40,000). first LWML convention in 1983, in Detroit,
and accepted an invitation to begin serving as a
provide education to Muslims in local officer shortly afterward. She
Bangladesh ($75,000). encouraged convention-goers to ―be open to
[LWML] service. If you feel that nudge of the
support a ―circuit rider‖ pastor in rural
Holy Spirit … be open to that call.‖
northwest South Dakota ($65,000).
She also asked attendees to consider how they
support an inner-city children's ministry
will use what they ―have heard, seen, and
in Minneapolis-St. Paul ($50,000).
experienced‖ at the convention to support
send a female human-care missionary God's mission in their own communities.
to Africa ($100,000).
Also elected to four-year terms were:
support a Christian family counseling
Sylvia Johnson of New Berlin, Wis.,
center in St. Petersburg, Russia
vice president of Human Care.
Eloise Kuhlmann of Amarillo, Texas,
expand mission work in Tanzania,
vice president of Servant Resources.
Kenya, Uganda, Sudan, and Ethiopia,
Africa ($104,500). Helen Miller of Lake in the Hills, Ill.,
begin a Lutheran campus ministry at
Haskell Indian Nations University in Rev. Michael J. Mattil of Sherman,
Lawrence, Kan. ($95,000). Texas, junior pastoral counselor.
expand Internet streaming capabilities Newly elected members of the LWML
at KFUO-AM Radio in St. Louis Nominating Committee are Linda Arnold of
($50,000). Woodridge, Ill., who will serve as chairman;
Martha Burke of Clemmons, N.C.; Claire
support Concordia University Texas,
Carlson of Hamburg, N.Y.; Judy Lessmann
Austin, students preparing for child-
of Scottsboro, Ala.; and Marilyn McClure of
welfare careers ($80,000).
assist Lutheran City Ministries in its
Delegates also chose Des Moines, Iowa, as the
outreach to homeless and addicted
site of the 2015 LWML convention. Other
people in Detroit ($49,000).
upcoming conventions are planned for
support a soup kitchen at St. Matthew Portland, Ore., in 2009; Peoria, Ill., in 2011;
Lutheran Church in Chicago ($33,000). and Pittsburgh in 2013.
support a cross-cultural urban ministry To Read and Lean more visit the LCMS
in Ohio ($32,500). Website at www.lcms.org or visit with Pastor
The 600-plus delegates also elected a new
president to lead the organization over the next
four years -- Janice (Jan) Wendorf of
Addressing the convention during the closing
From the LCMS Convention with the Lutheran Foundation of Texas, first as
director of development (1986-88) and then as
Kieschnick, Diekelman re-elected
executive director (1988-91). He also has
HOUSTON – Delegates to the 63rd Regular served as pastor of three congregations, one in
Convention of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Mississippi and two in Texas. Between 1998
Synod today (July 15) elected Dr. Gerald B. and 2001, he served as chairman of the LCMS
Kieschnick to his third three-year term as president Commission on Theology and Church
of the 2.5 million-member church body. Relations.
The convention also re-elected Dr. William Diekelman previously served as pastor of
Diekelman to his second term as Synod first vice Faith, Owasso, and as LCMS Oklahoma
president. District president. He and his wife, Carol, have
Kieschnick, 64, was elected on the first ballot on
the opening day of the convention, receiving 644
votes (52.3 percent).
More from the LCMS
Other nominees for the presidency were Rev. John
W. Wohlrabe Jr., of Virginia Beach, Va., who Delegates declare fellowship with AALC
received 514 votes (41.8 percent); Rev. Wallace R.
Schulz of Augusta, Mo., 27 votes (2.2 percent); HOUSTON – Delegates to the 63rd Regular
Rev. Daniel Preus, St. Louis, Mo., 23 votes (1.9 Convention declared July 16 that The Lutheran
percent); and Dr. William R. Diekelman of Church—Missouri Synod is in church
Ballwin, Mo. 23 votes (1.9 percent). fellowship with the American Association of
Lutheran Churches (AALC).
Diekelman, 60, was elected to his second term as
first vice president on the third ballot. Other With headquarters in Minnesota and 78 U.S.
candidates for first vice president were Wohlrabe, congregations, the AALC becomes the 30th
Schulz, Preus, and Charles Mueller Jr. of partner church of the LCMS and the only one
Bloomingdale, Ill. based in the United States. Delegates approved
the declaration of church fellowship by a vote
In remarks following his re-election (view video), of 846 to 345.
Kieschnick acknowledged the support of the
Council of Presidents; other officers of the Synod; The declaration recognizes agreement in
and his family, including his wife, Terry, who doctrine and practice between the two church
joined him briefly on the podium. He also bodies and permits the members of each to
recognized Dr. Robert King, who served the Synod commune at the other's altars and for their
as a vice president for 21 years and has decided not pastors to exchange pulpits.
to stand for election this year. ―By the action you have just taken, and by that
Kieschnick is a graduate of Concordia Theological taken by the AALC in convention last month,
Seminary (then located in Springfield, Ill., now in we have just declared fellowship with one
Fort Wayne, Ind.) and received an honorary doctor another in those sacred gifts given by our Lord
of laws degree in 1996 from Concordia University, himself to us, which He bestows upon us
Austin, Texas. He and Terry have two grown through His Holy Word and sacrament,‖ said
children. Before becoming LCMS president in Rev. Thomas Aadland, AALC presiding
2001, Kieschnick served 10 years as president of pastor. ―This is truly a joyful and an awesome
the LCMS Texas District. Previously, he worked thing -– that the unity we have in Christ has
now been so expressed because of mutually
recognized concord in faith and life.‖
Aadland spoke about the differences between
Newsletter two church bodies, citing size for one. ―I
make it out that LCMS is twice as large as the
AALC — you reckon the number of your
Frequently Asked body and blood of Christ.
Questions So "real" is this participation in Christ's body and
blood, in fact, that (according to Paul) those who
From the LCMS partake of the bread and wine "in an unworthy
Website manner" are actually guilty of "profaning the
body and blood of the Lord" (1 Cor. 11:27).
(Partaking of the Lord's Supper "in a worthy
Q. What verses in Scripture can be cited that manner," of course, is not something that we
teach "that BOTH bread and wine AND "do" or "accomplish" on the basis of
Christ's true body and blood are present in the our "personal holiness" or "good works." It
Lord's Supper? means receiving God's free and gracious gifts of
life and forgiveness offered in the Lord's Supper
A. All three accounts of the institution of the
in true repentance produced by the work of the
Lord's Supper in the Gospels (Matthew 26:26-
Spirit through God's Law and in true faith in
29; Mark 14:22-25; Luke 22:14-23) explicitly
Christ and his promises produced by God's Spirit
state that Jesus took BREAD, blessed it, broke it,
through the Gospel).
and gave it to his disciples saying, "Take, eat;
this [i.e., this BREAD, which I have just blessed Q. My Lutheran (not LCMS) Bible study leader
and broken and am now giving to you] is my said that the purpose of communion is to
body." Jesus uses similar language in referring remember Jesus. This startled and confused
to "the cup" (of wine) as "his blood." A plain me. I grew up and was confirmed in the LCMS.
and straightforward reading of these words leads Communion, as far as I am aware, is a means
to the conclusion that BOTH bread AND of grace. A sacrament instituted by Christ so
body, BOTH wine AND blood are present in the that we may see and participate in this
consecrated elements of the Lord's Supper. forgiveness. The only part that throws me off
theologically, is the words of institution where
Perhaps the most explicit expression of this truth, we say "this do in remembrance of me."
however, is found in 1 Cor. 10:16-17, where Perhaps you can shed some light on my
Paul writes: "The cup of blessing that we bless, confusion.
is it not a participation in the blood of Christ?
A. Question 294 of our synodical Catechism
The bread that we break, is it not a participation
(1986) asks, "What does Christ command when
in the body of Christ? Because there is one
He says, `This do in remembrance of Me'?" The
bread, we who are many are one body, for we all
Catechism responds: "Christ commands in these
partake of the one bread." Paul clearly says here
words that His Sacrament be celebrated in the
that we all "partake" of "BREAD" when we
church till the end of time as a living
receive the Lord's Supper--even as we also
proclamation and distribution of His saving
partake of and "participate in" the true body of
death and all its blessings." Likewise, the
Christ. And he says that we all "partake" of the
Augsburg Confession states:
wine (the cup), even as we also partake of the
true blood of Christ. Similarly, in 1 Cor. 11:26, Christ commands us to do this in remembrance
Paul says: "For as often as you eat this bread of him. Therefore the Mass was instituted that
and drink the cup, you proclaim the Lord's death faith on the part of those who use the sacrament
until he comes." Paul expressly states here that should remember what benefits are received
when we receive the Lord's Supper we are through Christ and should cheer and comfort
"eating bread" and "drinking the cup" (wine), but anxious consciences.
he goes on to say that those who eat this bread
and drink this cup are also partaking of the true For to remember Christ is to remember his
benefits and realize that they are truly offered to
us; and it is not enough to remember the history, 7
for the Jews and the ungodly can also remember
this. (AC XXIV, 30-32).
From the LCMS
We are in what many people refer to as the ―dog
days of August.‖ Some people would have you
think that if you could just zip past August and
get into September it would be a good thing. But
August 2007 we as God’s maturing stewards can have a
different take on the days of August as well as
August 5 every day of the year. Each day is a gift from
God and provides us with the opportunity to be
"Real Riches" instruments in the hands of our Lord that He can
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus use to touch the lives of others in a way that
There's nothing wrong with having lots of money makes an eternal difference.
and stuff, so long as these things do not displace
God from your heart. Earthly riches are no That’s what our Christian stewardship is all
substitute for having a rich relationship with your about—fitting in with God’s purposes. Time is
Savior. different from money in a number of ways.
(Luke 12:15) When it comes to money we can earn it, give it,
spend it, save it or bequeath it. And each of
August 12 these uses does challenge us as God’s
stewardship to seek a healthy, spiritual balance
"Picking Your Priorities" so that we do not become workaholics, over
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus spenders, misers, or self-centered people. Time,
Some things are important; some are not. Today’s on the other hand, is something that we cannot
message on ―The Lutheran Hour‖ speaks to how earn, save or bequeath. It is truly a gift and what
Scripture wants us to pick our priorities. we do with this gift says much about our
(Luke 12:33-34) maturity as stewards.
August 19 God teaches us to number our days so we may
apply our hearts unto wisdom (Psalm 90:12) and
"Grasping the Obvious" to make the most of every opportunity
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus (Ephesians 5:10). As God’s stewards it is good
Some things seem to be so obvious that we’re to wake up each morning to a new day by
amazed anyone could miss them. Today’s message thanking God for it and then using our waking
on ―The Lutheran Hour‖ speaks to the obvious hours to make a positive difference in the lives of
clues God gives for recognizing the Christ. those around us. Then, when the day is ended, it
(Luke 12:54b-56) is good to be able to reflect on time well spent
and thank God again for the blessing of another
August 26 day.
"To be announced" As God’s redeemed people we affirm that
Christian stewardship is the free and joyous
activity of the child of God and God’s family,
the church, in managing all of life and life’s
resources for God’s purposes. Maturing
stewards manage time in a wise way that honors
God and blesses others.
8 give thanks to God for the ―dog days of
August‖ and make the best use of each day.
Prayers Are Important
If you have an occasion to request a prayer, please call
the church office. If you would like your request to be on
our prayer chain, please call the church office.
Please Inform the Church Office. . .
*when a member of your family is ill or hospitalized.
*when your address changes.
*when a new baby arrives.
*when a family member marries or leaves home for Jones Family Picnic is August 26, 2007. We
college. leave the church at 1:00 pm to serve under a
*when planning a wedding to be conducted at Prince of bridge downtown. If you would like to join this
Peace. great ministry, call Corinne Thron at 355-4486
*when a new family moves into your neighborhood. or show up at 1:00 pm Sunday.
*when you are planning to be out of town.
*when a brother or sister in Christ needs a visit from
August August 15
August 13 Darryl Pratt
3 Tom August 10
LaDonna Tiedemann August 20 Kevin and Danielle Fehr
Adkins Brad Moore
August August 14
August 14 August 23 Steve and Belinda
4 Jaed Hallett
Kelly Allen Martinez
Bernhardt Brandi Leslie August 26
Lillie Knoll Theiss Mark and Cindy Miller
Kelley Larry Bruce and Tina Smith
Michael Lyles August 24
Minner August Larry Rodin
Michael August 5 –Early Service: M/M Kevin Fehr
August Bill Mestas Late Service: Glenda Fassauer and
5 Oliver Natasha Family
Kelly Clayton Smith August 12- Early Service: M/M David Haynie
Adkins Stukey Late Service: M/M Clifford Stukey
Usher Leaders: Carl Ackerman, Dean Sain August 19 – Early Service: M/M John Brister
Kelly Adkins, Ken Wampler Late Service: M/M Ken Wampler
August August August 26- Early Service: M/M Steve Hallett
Early Service 30 Late Service Late Service: M/M Jon Renken
John Ames David Fred Haller If you are unable to serve during your
Hallett Haynie Steve Porter scheduled greeting time please ask someone to
Pat Howell trade and contact the office with the change.
Matthew Howell Larry Lyles
A Measure of Your
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Who do you call? Prince of Peace Elders
And their liaison ministries
SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS: Joe Smith Clifford Stukey
Elder Chairman Board Secretary
Pre- school (age 3) and Education Evangelism, Prayer
Kindergarten- Beth Lauterbach Chain and Treasurer
First and Second LLL, Stewardship, Jim Woodroffe
Grade- Susan Nebhut and Youth LWML,
Danielle Fehr Lectern Ministry
Third and Fourth Mitch Carry and Hospitality
Grade- Anita Smith Music,
Laura Geske and Ushers Larry Lyles
Fifth and Sixth Larry Rodin and Nursery
Grade- Jaylene Parsley Trustee, Altar
Greg Heffner Guild, and Record Preservation
Class- Pastor Geske Church Council
President- Steven Bernhardt
High School- Norma Riley (2007 and 2008, 1st term)
Amy Howell Vice President- Kelly Adkins
(substitute) (2006 and 2007, 1st term)
Recording Secretary- Glenda Young
Thank you for your time on Sundays as (2007 and 2008, 2nd term)
well as the time you spend preparing Treasurer- John Colville
your lessons. Financial Secretary- Pat Lyles
(2006 and 2007, 1st term)
Board of Education Chairperson- Kim Carry
Care Ministries (2007 and 2008, 1st term)
Board of Evangelism- David and Sally Haynie
Prayer Chain (2007 and 2008, 1st term)
Board of Stewardship Chairperson- Beth Lauterbach
Jones Family Picnic (2006 and 2007, 1st term)
Corinne Thron Board of Trustee Chairman- Gary Nebhut
Call 355-4468 (2006 and 2007, 1st term)
Board of Youth Chairperson- Norma Riley
Hospitality (2006 and 2007, 1st term)
Bereavement Team Thrivent Committee Members
Pastor Geske, Glenda Young Dan Fisher 355-5035
And Dawn Cash Laura Geske 355-0048
Call 359-7700 Susan Nebhut 383-6811
Sneak a Peek at
August 5, 2007
―25 Years- For What?‖
Matthew 7: 24-27
August 5, 2007
Early: John Brister August 12, 2007
Late: David Dunham ―Where is Your Faith?‖
August 12, 2007 Hebrews 11:1-16
Early: Stephen Bernhardt
Late: Ray Lauterbach August 19, 2007
Volunteers August 19, 2007 ―Faith That Lasts‖
Early: Norma Riley
for the Late: Larry Rodin August 26, 2007
Summer August 26, 2007 ―Faith that Holds On‖
Early: Ginny Brister Hebrews 12:4-24
Late: Linda Vilardell
MITCH CARRY and KEN WAMPLER
The communion rails look AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
6900 Hillside Road
Amarillo, TX 79109
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Sunday Morning Schedule
8:30- Worship Service Jesus died for:
9:45- Sunday School
9:45- Bible Class
11:00- Worship Service