The Resurrection of Our Lord + The Nicene Creed page 104
Prayer for the People of God
7:30 AM & 10:00 AM April 24, 2011
Sharing the Peace
WE OFFER GIFTS TO GOD AS WE SAY THANKS
WE PREPARE FOR WORSHIP - (Silence and Prayer is
o Offering of Our Gifts and Tithes
Prelude Prayer page 107
+Call To Worship WE EAT AND DRINK TOGETHER IN CHRIST
P: Sing a new song, The Great Thanksgiving page 206
C: Full of incredible joy, gracious healing and Holy, Holy, Holy page 207
comfort for those who mourn. Words of Institution page 108
P: Sing praise to God, Lord’s Prayer page 208
C: A strong song of springtime glory and sunny The Lamb of God page 208
renewal. o Distribution ELW # 384, 367 & 366
P: Sing loud and clear, + Closing Prayer page 114
C: For God brings rainbows after storms, butterflies
after cocoons. WE LEAVE TO DO OUR WORK ON GOD’S BEHALF
P: Let all the waterfalls clap their hands and the + Benediction- We have gathered at the tomb, stooped
mountains and hills ring out in gladness. and looked in. It is empty, thanks be to God! Now
C: For Christ is risen and rules the world with truth return to your homes, amazed at what has
and grace. happened, and spread the word that Christ has
P: Heaven and nature sing, been raised!
C: For the Savior reigns, and the wonders of God's Sending Hymn Thine is the Glory ELW# 376
love are everywhere.
WE SING PRAISES TO GOD
One: Alleluia! Christ is Risen!
Church Choir ‘Easter Fanfare’ All: He is risen indeed. Alleluia!
+ Processional Jesus Christ is Risen Today ELW # 365 Postlude
Prayer of the Day
WE HEAR THE WORD + Indicates to Stand if you would like to do so.
Announcements o Indicates to Sit.
o First Reading Isaiah 25:6-9
Choir Anthem ‘ Crown Him With Many Crowns’ Welcome to our Easter celebration. The Lord is risen!
(See Screen for congregational singing with choir) Let us join hearts, hands and voices in joyous praise to
Second Reading 1 Corinthians 5:6b-8 almighty God, whose power and love raised Jesus
+ Gospel Acclamation page 205 from the dead. Such power and love is among us even
in this hour. Today, as we celebrate the Lord’s Supper, we
Holy Gospel Luke 24:13-49 welcome all believers in Jesus Christ to this meal. For it is
o Children’s Sermon the Lord’s Meal and it is he who welcomes all who desire
Sermon Pastor Don McKee this meal. Grape juice is available at the center of every
WE RESPOND WITH SONG AND STATEMENTS tray of wine.
Hymn Now the Green Blade Rises ELW # 379
The radio broadcast is given today in loving memory of
Eddie and Kenneth Huseby from Elmira Huseby and family.
Please extend your hands of comfort to the family of
Burnett Pearson. Burnett died on Sunday, April 17th. His
funeral will be on Tuesday, April 26th at 10:30 am at Our
Please remember in prayer the family of Kay Ward. Kay
was a member of Our Savior’s for many years and died
suddenly of a stroke in Kansas. Her funeral was April 18th
at Advent Lutheran Church in Olathe, Kansas. Condolences
can be sent to 5117 W 159th Terrace Stilwell, KS 66085.
You are invited to Easter breakfast! Let us do the cooking
for you on this Easter morning from 8:30-10:00 a.m. The
youth of Our Savior’s will be serving a full breakfast, con-
sisting of scrambled eggs, sausage, fruit, rolls, juice and
coffee. Free-will donation.
Confirmation Service will be next Sunday at 11:00 am. We
invite all of our members to join with us as our 9th grade
confirmation students take on this new responsibility.
Please pray for each of our 9th graders as they affirm their
Our Savior’s Lutheran Church
Montevideo, MN 56265
222 N. 5th Street (320) 269-8824
Pastors: Donald McKee and Tim Wheatley
Lectors: Megan Enevoldsen & Sonja Zenk
Organist: Tim Burns
Broadcast Assistants: Bruce Vien
Larry and Jacquie Youngs and Roger and Janice
Easter Flower List Voorhees from Rod and Pam Voorhees and family
We know that among the flowers in the chancel there is
Hanna Gilbertson, Roy Gilbertson, Dave Brovald and
Tom Dandurand from Ryan and Sue Gilbertson and
In Memory of:
Loved ones from Vern and Jan Jordahl
Charlene and Bernard Johnson and loved ones from
Loved ones from Ken and Janice Olsen Lloyd and Carol Norman and family
Lawrence and Evelyn Binnebose from Ron and Pat Jim and Eric Black and loved ones from Darlene Black
LaVon and Wally Quenomoen, Connie and Wayne
Lillian Hansen from Ron and Pat Binnebose Mooney from Pam Merrill
Loved ones from Jerry and Jan Lund Scott Myhre from Wayne and Pat Myhre and family
Eddie Ojer from Mrs. Osman’s 4th Grade Class 2008 Wayne and Vernice Erickson and Ike and Aggie Peterson
from Bob and Carol Erickson and family
Les Onken from Pastor Don, Barb, Ashley and Tyler
McKee Elsie Jones from Kevin, Julie, Adam and Kate Jones
Megan Bothun from Jim, Jan, Zach and Bree Loved ones from Ingmar Molde and his family
Gene Christenson from Lois Christenson and family Grace and Thor Jordahl and Katie and Gustav Hoppe
from Harold and Bea Hoppe and family
Mel Wik from Phyllis Wik and family
Dwight Cranston from Mark and Julie Redepenning
Milo Norman, Roy Quigley, Kenneth and Dorothy
Adamson from Mr. & Mrs. Kevin S. Norman and family Everett Moen and loved ones from Bev Moen and family
Arendt and Ruth Arends and loved ones from Dave and Mike Schmitz from Amanda Clark
Derek Twete from the Ken Enevoldsen family
Dennis E. Johnson and Darrell Johnson from Dianna
Keaton Vickers from Bruce Vien
Johnson and family
Becky Cushman from Brad and Becki Tollakson and
Jeff Mann, Sheldon and Karen Konstant from Sheryl,
Noah and Marissa Mann
Diane Ferris from Bennett and Hope Hagen and family
Otto and Ruth Obermeyer, Ben and Mable TeBeest,
Ralph Kleven from Darwin and Janeen TeBeest Ione Hilden, Lorraine Winter and loved ones from Garret
and Sue Winter and family
Loved ones from David and Joyce Offerman
Our parents, Mr. & Mrs. Alton Benson, Mr. & Mrs.
Loved ones from Paul and Ardis Larson and Jerome and
Leonord Loose, brother Arlin Loose and nephew Jon
Sorby from Dennis and Diane Loose
Easter Flower List MINISTRY OF CARING
Please remember in your prayers those who serve our
Loved ones from Chad and Carol Arends, Garrett, country, Kirk Larson and Ashleigh Holt (granddaughter of
Amery, Gavin and Anika Claire Eddy) who are serving in Afghanistan; those who are
Russell Moe from his family; Jean, Julie, Laurie, Britni, in need of God’s healing grace; for those who seek comfort
Dain, Taylor and Elijah and answers:
Sally Tostenson from the Kenneth Tostenson family Health For Members: Yvonne Ward, John Walstrom, Bob
Jorgenson, Patricia Toov, Rosemarie Haase, and Wendy
Birdeen Winge, Mary and Eric Steenson from the Jacobs.
Delores Winge family
Health For Others: Liz Reinken, daughter of Pearl
Sally Tostenson, Anne Stokke and Birdeen Winge from Toftness, Rudy Larson, Reagan Hedin, granddaughter of
the Lonny Tostenson family Dave and Deb Hedin, Madeline John, granddaughter of
John and Annette Thompson, Glorraine Erickson, sister-in-
Obert and Phyllis Evenson, Victor Evenson, Percy and law of Algean and Florence Erickson and Maurice and
Brad Saue from Dave and Linda Saue Audrey Erickson, Glory Dyshaw, daughter-in-law of John
Shirley Clark from Denny, Denise, Rollie, DeWayne, and Lois Dyshaw, Dawson Kesteloot, grand nephew of
Brian and families Debra and Jerry Larson, Ann Yackley, Cindy Jerve, Brad
Boraas, brother-in-law of Jim and Jackie Thompson, Tim
Cleo and Alva Clauson and Ben Dirksen from Jon and Haugen, son of Dolores Haugen, Leone Struxness, sister of
Brenda Clauson and family Bev Moen, Shirley Brovold, mother of Sue and Ryan
Gilbertson; and Lexy Croom.
Jean Bergeson and John and Lillie Jones from Bob and
Marcia Jones Pew Pads are at the end of each pew. Please fill them
out and pass them to your neighbor. This is a way to
In Honor of:
get the names and addresses of visitors, prospective
Our 50th Wedding Anniversary from Leland and Judy
members, and people who would like a pastoral visit.
The Clark Family
Office Closed The church office will be closed all day on
For many, the beautiful trumpet-shaped white flowers symbolize purity, virtue, Monday, April 25th in observance of the Easter holiday. If
innocence, hope and life—the spiritual essence of Easter. Often called the you have a pastoral emergency you may call Pastor Tim
“white-robed apostles of hope,” lilies were found growing in the Garden of Geth- Wheatley at 321-1180 or (612) 756-4633.
semane after Christ’s agony. Tradition has it that the beautiful white lilies sprung
Adult Education There will be no more adult education
up where drops of Christ’s sweat fell to the ground in his final hours of sorrow this spring. This is due to Pastor Don’s surgery and
and deep distress. Churches continue this tradition at Easter time by banking recovery. See you next fall.
their altars and surrounding their crosses with masses of Easter Lilies, to com-
memorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and hope of life everlasting. Quilters Take Note: There will be no quilting on Monday,
April 25th due to the church and office being closed or on
Tuesday, April 26th due to a funeral. There will be quilting
on Monday, May 2nd and Tuesday, May 3rd.