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New Jerusalem Lutheran Church 2120 Startown Road Hickory, NC 28602 828.324.7272 October, 2006

PEOPLE TO SERVE IN OCTOBER TELLERS FOR OCTOBER Ed Kanupp, Donald & Camellia Barger, Barbara Lael OCTOBER GREETERS Pauline Heavner, Mary Martin PASTOR’S ASSISTANT FOR OCT. Elmer Lutz OCTOBER ALTAR COMMITTEE Glenda Shook, Chm., Susan Huffman, Pat Bell, Carol Lutz COUNCIL DESIGNATE FOR OCT. David Hefner OCTOBER ALTAR FLOWERS 1 Martha Lutz 8 Louise Kanupp 15 Kathleen Dellinger 22 Jerry & Barbara Lael 29 Dana & Robert Hoyle OCTOBER USHER LEAGUE Rusty Huffman, Chm., Alan Bolch, Mike Scipione, Jerry Lael YARD MAINTENANCE FOR OCT. 1 Boyce Whitener, Dan Wallace, Charles Kanipe 8 Brett Brooks, Bill Buffington 15 Gary & Wayne Bumgarner, Jeff Cline

OCTOBER ACOLYTE Lindsay Klinck NURSERY LEAGUE FOR OCT. 1 Jennifer Bumgarner, Nancy Hefner, Lisa Cook, Emma Temple 8 Julie Temple, Vicki Cauble, Cindy Lutz, Vivian Lail 15 Sandra Bollinger, Jan Duckworth, Jeanie Turbyfill 22 Diana Bumgarner, Shirley Poovey, Donna Barger, Lindsay Klinck 29 Mary Martin, Janet Spinks, Teresa Vanderlinden OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS 1 Stacy Duckworth 2 Adrian Lutz, Marsha Allen, Karen Craig, Marie Mitchell 3 Summer Boliek 5 Cindy Owensby, Landon Scronce 6 Sandra Bollinger, Sherry Lutz 8 Donnie Cline, Ryan Black 9 Mark Albright, Kaye Munday 10 Jeffrey Stephens, Jeanne Boliek, Nyiajshue Xiong 11 Sarah Whitener, Christopher Holland 12 Edna Seitz 13 Tracy Shuford, Robert Lutz, Jeanie Turbyfill, Connie Hardee, Thelma Teague 16 Karen Norris 18 Robin Bumgarner 19 Mike Heavner, Aaron Lael 20 Paulette Powell 21 Corey Lutz, Jerry Whitener, Tanner Lowman 23 Horace Mauser, Dennis Weaver 24 Kathie Albright, LuEllen Spurrier 26 Mike Scipione, Kelsie Lael 27 Kathy Purgeson, Layla Lowman, JoAnn Hefner, Brandon Lewis 29 Ruth Perkins, Hiep Quach 30 Carley Kanupp 31 Thad Kanupp TAPE MINISTRY 1 & 8 Elmer Lutz 15 & 22 Charles Kanipe 29 & Nov. 5 Donald Barger, Sr.

WHAT A DAY IT WAS! Sunday, September 24, was a great day! For over a year we had planned for this day, in which to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of New Jerusalem Lutheran Church. Two hundred and sixty one people worshipped at the Service of Holy Communion and Thanksgiving. We began the services, outside at 10:15 am, as a large group picture was taken and we laid the cornerstone containing new items from 2006, along with the items placed there in 1949. Led by the cross, the congregation made their way into the sanctuary, followed by the Chancel and Praise Choirs, the pastors and the Handbell Choir. The pastors who participated in the Service were The Rev. Dr. Larry Yoder who offered the prayers of the Church, The Rev. Dr. Boyce Whitener who read the scripture lessons, former Pastors L. E. Cumbee and Gilmer Miller, and current Pastor Randall Cauble who assisted with the distribution of Holy Communion. The Rev. Philip Tonnesen, assistant to eh Bishop of the N.C. Synod served as the presiding minister and preacher. Beautiful music was offered by a joint choir made up of the Chancel and Praise Choirs and the Handbell Choir. It was truly a wonderful day as we offered praise and thanksgiving to God for his guidance and support over these past 100 years! It was a day that will not soon be forgotten. Following the Service, around 250 people enjoyed a catered meal in the Fellowship Hall. Many, many thanks to everyone who helped make this day a major success. Many people worked long and hard to make this day, September 24, 2006 a special, special day. AND, IT CERTAINLY WAS!

CONFIRMATION CLASSES FOR OCTOBER October 1 – 2:30 – 4:30 pm at Sardis Lutheran Church October 15 – 2:30-4:30 pm at Sardis Lutheran Church (The van will leave New Jerusalem, both days, at 2:00 p.m.)

TEACHER APPRECIATION COOKOUT Who? – All Sunday School and Vacation Bible School Teachers, Officers & families When? – Saturday, October 21, 2006 from 4:00 pm until (Eat at 5:00 pm) Where? – The St. Paul Lutheran Church Pavilion (Off Startown Road, below Startown School, on right) What? – Hotdogs and Hamburgers and all the trimmings, fellowship and fun, because our teachers deserve it! Why? – To offer thanks to our great, and dedicated Sunday School and VBS teachers! (This event is offered by the Learning Ministry of New Jerusalem Lutheran Church)

NEW MEMBER SUNDAY AND FIRST COMMUNION SUNDAY LET US BE AN INVITING CONGREGATION! New members will be received on Reformation Sunday, October 29. If you would like to join New Jerusalem, or know of someone who might like to join our fellowship, please speak to Pastor Cauble as soon as possible. You may also invite others to join, or simply come with you to church. Many people do not come to church because they simply are not invited. Several of our young people will receive their first communion on October 29. Classes are now being held to prepare them to receive the Sacrament of the Altar. As we enter our second 100 years, let us be an inviting congregation, with doors wide open to receive new people for Christ. I challenge you to be an inviter! “WE COMMIT OURSELVES TO GROW IN OUR PERSONAL FAITH THROUGH WORSHIP AND CHRISTIAN EDUCATION AND TO PUT THIS FAITH INTO ACTION BY SHARING AND WITNESSING FOR CHRIST IN WORDS AND DEEDS.”

OUTDOOR SERVICES IN OCTOBER October 8 – 8:30 am – Outdoor Chapel October 22 – 8:30 am – Outdoor Chapel (The October 22nd Outdoor Service will be the last one of the year. Beginning in December, we will hold early services at 8:15 am in the Sanctuary, on the First and Third Sundays.)

BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS Saturday, October 7, 2006, 11:00 am. Pastor Cauble will conduct a blessing of the animals on Saturday, October 7, at `11:00 a.m. For obvious reasons, this service will be held outside. You may bring your animals (please no snakes) to the church for a blessing. Children, without an animal, may bring a favorite stuffed animal for blessing. This is an ancient service, set around the time of the birthday of St. Francis of Assisi, October 4, and lived from 1182-1226. As we hear in Sundays and Seasons, “Francis had a spirit of gladness and gratitude for all of god’s creation. This commemoration has been a traditional time to bless pets and animals, creatures Francis called his brothers and sisters.”

PASTOR CAUBLE ON VACATION Pastor Cauble will be on vacation, October 9-15. The Rev. Dr. Boyce Whitener will be on standby for Pastor Cauble. He can be reached at 465-3604. You may also call Parish Secretary Dorothy Johnson at home 328-1679, at work 428-8769 or at the

Church Office, 324-7272. Dr. Whitener will be preaching and leading the worship on Sunday, October 15.

CONGRATULATIONS! Congratulations to Margaret Ann (Maggie) Rousey who was baptized on October 1, 2006. Maggie is the daughter of Brian and Liz Rousey, who will join New Jerusalem on October 29. Congratulations to Mrs. Evelyn Smith who was recognized for her many years of service to the Lord and to the Church on September 17. Mrs. Smith was also recognized as an Honorary Life Member of the Lutheran Men in Mission by the New Jerusalem Lutheran Men. Many members of her family were able to be in attendance, and Mrs. Smith was thoroughly surprised. A reception was held in Mrs. Smith’s honor following the Service of Worship.

SOME CORRECTIONS TO 100TH ANNIVERSARY HISTORY BOOK On Page 7, picture caption should read Daniel J. Settlemyre and note in article should also read Daniel J. Settlemyre. (It reads Samuel) On Page 48, Martha Ann Settlemyre birth date should be Nov. 17, 1845 (not 1945). If you find errors in the book as you read through it, please let us know so they can be corrected.

A NOTE FROM SENIOR FRIENDS Senior Friends have a scheduled meeting in the Fellowship Hall on Wednesday, October 18th at 11:30 a.m. Following the covered dish meal, Lori Reid, from Hospice in Valdese, will speak on Alzheimer’s Disease. Kitchen Hostesses are Helen Huffman and Sandra Bollinger. Come and be a part of our group. A NOTE FROM SERVICE MINISTRY A free meal will be served in the Fellowship Hall on Thanksgiving Day between the hours or 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. We are asking congregational members for desserts, drinks or monetary donations. A sign-up poster will be provided for volunteers to help in various categories. Note additions: Asking for good, clean, slightly used or new coats, jackets, hats and gloves to be given away on this day also. Place these items on the coat rack in the Gathering Room.

LUTHERAN WORLD RELIEF Lutheran World Relief begins on Sunday, November 5th and ends on Sunday, November 19th. Need: blankets, quilts, soap, health and school kits. Women, men, children: clean sweaters and sweatshirts. Men, children, infants: light and mediumweight clean clothing. NOTE: No symbols or messages on clothing.

1 ANNUAL BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN MEN’S BBQ Where? Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Hickory, NC When? Saturday, October 7, 2006 from 11 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Cost $7 per plate Dine in or take out (plate includes beans, slaw and BBQ) (For more information call 327-3600) COME AND GET IT! Proceeds will benefit the Outdoor Worship Area

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MINISTRY AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS IN OCTOBER
FELLOWSHIP MINISTRY Sunday, Oct. 1, 4:30 pm (Adult Assembly Room) EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF CONGREGATION COUNCIL – Thursday, Oct. 5, 6:00 pm (Pastor’s Study) WITNESS MINISTRY – Sunday, Oct. 8, 3:00 pm (Pastor’s Study) SERVICE MINISTRY – Sunday, Oct. 8, 4:00 pm (Gathering Room) LEARNING MINISTRY – Sunday, Oct. 8, 5:00 pm (Bollinger/Yount Room) CONGREGATION COUNCIL – Sunday, Oct. 8, 6:00 pm (Fellowship Hall) YOUTH & FAMILY MINISTRY – Sunday, Oct. 22, 4:00 pm (Gathering Room) WORSHIP MINISTRY – Thursday, Oct. 26, 5:00 pm (Bollinger/Yount Room)

YOUR ATTENDANCE AT THESE MEETINGS IS MOST IMPORTANT! Thank you for serving!

A NOTE FROM CCM
UMBRELLAS NEEDED With all of the recent rain in Hickory and the surrounding areas, the Thrift Store is again out of umbrella for the homeless. Please drop off any extras you may have at the Thrift Store warehouse, located behind the GHCCM building. Contact Thrift Store Coordinator Sherri Moore at 828-327-0979, ext. 239 for more information. REGISTER YOUR TEAM FOR HARVEST OF HOPE WALK The Harvest of Hope Hunger Walk is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 5, 2006. Registration begins at GHCCM at 12:30 pm and the walk begins at 1:30. The HOH Hunger Walk raises money to support GHCCM’s Food Pantry programs. Last year, over $16,000 was raised during this event.

Please help us raise money to support GHCCM’s Food Pantry by Forming a Team! Please contact Barbara Rush at 828-327-0979, ext. 224. Team packets are available. FOOD ITEMS NEEDED FOR PANTRY We are always in need of the following items, all used to pack CCM’s food bags: beef stew and canned soups, canned pasta dinners, spaghetti noodles, macaroni and lasagna noodles, pasta sauces, bread an cakes mixes, oatmeal, cereal, grits, Pop Tarts, granola bars and other instant breakfast foods; canned tuna, chicken, Treet and spam; canned green beans, peas and corn; pork and beans baked beans, canned pinto and kidney beans; black eye peas; dry beans or peas, dry soup mixes, applesauce; canned fruit; macaroni and cheese; rice, peanut butter, canned sweet potatoes; saltine crackers and powdered milk. We are also in need of volunteers in the Food Pantry warehouse. If you can help, contact Barbara Rush at 828-327-0979, ext. 224. A NOTE FROM OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR On behalf or the Board of Directors, staff and clients, we want to thank you for your generous support of Greater Hickory Cooperative Christian Ministry. Because of your thoughtfulness, GHCCM has reached out to thousands of individuals and families over the last 37 years, assisting with food, clothing, financial needs and health care services. Because of your kindness, GHCCM shares the love of God to people who are hurting and in need every day. Thank you for making GHCCM a strong and caring ministry that offers refuge from life’s storms. Responding to God’s call has had major budgetary implications for Greater Hickory Cooperative Christian Ministry. Your ongoing support is critical to the future of the HealthCare Center’s life. Our goal is to raise an additional $200k000 per year to directly support the health care ministry at GHCCM Help us support the lives of those in need of health care, help us be here for life. Lori Giang, GHCCM Exec. Director

LIONSHOP & SHARE PROGRAM New Jerusalem Lutheran Church is registered on the website with the LionShop & Share program. Approximately four weeks after the end of a quarter, Food Lion proportions the money, depending on our total accumulated sales, to all registered groups and will mail a check for $10.00 to $350.00 per quarter to the address of the listed organizations. If you have an MVP card and use it every time you shop at Food Lion, you will be helping to defray the cost of the Thanksgiving Meal (after this year) with the remainder of the money going into the Good Samaritan Fund or other church services project. All that is needed is your 12-digit MVP number, your name and your telephone number. This is a means to help our church raise money, and there’s no obligation on your part. Each person can register with only one not-for-profit organization. The sooner the batter!!! Contact Elaine Garner or Glenda Shook to get your name and number registered. Once you have signed up, remember to shop Food Lion and scan your MVP card.

FROM ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH, STARTOWN
As we close out the season at St. Paul Lutheran Church Pavilion, join us on October 8 at 5:00 pm for a community service featuring Cantamos, the singing troubadours of Via de Cristo. their special gift of music ministry will help us celebrate as we look back on a year that overflowed with God’s blessings in our community. A fellowship meal will follow the service to enjoy good food and good friends. Please reserve a spot on your calendar. Then on November 5, at 7:00 pm the Lenoir Rhyne Youth Chorus Chamber Singers will present a th concert at St. Paul. The chorus is celebrating their 10 year and we are happy to be able to host them for a wonderful evening of their unique musical blend. A love offering will be accepted during this concert with the proceeds benefiting the LRYC Tour Fund to England in the summer of 2007. There will be a time of refreshments following. Look for more information soon regarding this concert!

FROM MT. PISGAH LUTHERAN, HWY. 127, BETHLEHEM It is such a blessing to be able to share this exciting event with you and your Church family. When I was serving St. John in Orlando, Florida, we were blessed to have Mr. Truett Cathy, founder of Chic Filet, come and speak at our church. His Christian testimony of how God has worked in his life certainly is an inspiration to hear. We are blessed to have him in Hickory on Tuesday, October 10 at 7:00 pm at Lenoir Rhyne Auditorium. There is no admission charge and is open to everyone. This will truly be a special blessing. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call. Pastor Mike FROM PALLIATIVE CARECENTER & HOSPICE SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE AND BLESSING, Sunday, Nov. 12 in the Fellowship Center at Viewmont Baptist Church. Everyone is invited. HANDLING THE HOLIDAYS workshop: Handling the Holidays can be a difficult time for anyone who has experienced a loss. Our workshop offers support and encouragement for those who may struggle to cope during the last months of the year. Two sessions are offered on Tuesday, Nov. 21 – one from 9:30 – 11:00 am and one from 6:30 – 8:00 pm. To learn more or to sign up contact Annette Walker at 828-466-0466, ext. 3208, or Pam Hawkins at ext. 3209. HELP US BUILD A LENDING LIBRARY IN HONOR OF LOVED ONES! We hope to build a library of useful books for those in need. If you would like to donate a title from the list below in memory or honor of a loved one, we will place a bookplate on the front page with your name and the name of your loved one. . Men and Grief by C. Staudacher . Swallowed by a Snake by Tom Golden .Transcending Loss, Ashley David Prend .Companion Through Darkness Stephanie Ericsson

.The Mourning Handbook, Helen Fitzgerald .The Courage to Grieve, Judy Tatelbaum

TO THOSE BORN 1930 – 1970! (SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT!) TO ALL THE KIDS WHO SURVIVED the 1930’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and 70’s!! First, we survived being born to mothers who smoked and/or drank while they were pregnant. They took aspirin, ate blue cheese dressing, tuna from a can, and didn’t get tested for diabetes. Then after that trauma, we were put to sleep on our tummies in baby cribs covered with bright colored lead-based paints. We had no childproof lids on medicine bottles, doors or cabinets an when we rode our bikes, we had no helmets, not to mention, the risks we took hitchhiking. As infants & children, we would ride in cars with no car seats, booster seats, seat belts or air bags. Riding in the back of a pick up on a warm day was always a special treat. We drank water from the garden hose and NOT from a bottle. We shared one soft drink with four friends, from one bottle and NO ONE actually died from this. We ate cupcakes, white bread and real butter and drank koolade made with sugar, but we weren’t overweight because WE WERE ALWAYS OUTSIDE PLAYING! We would leave home in the morning and play all day, as long as we were back when the streetlights came on. No one was able to reach us all day. And we were OK. We would spend hours building our go-carts out of scraps and then ride down the hill, only to find out we forgot the brakes. After running into the bushes a few times, we learned to solve the problem. We did not have Playstations, Nintendo’s, X-boxes, no video games at all. No 150 channels on cable, no video movies or DVD’s, no surround-sound or CD’s, no cell phones, no personal computers, no Internet or chat rooms…WE HAD FRIENDS and we went outside and found them! We fell out of trees, got cut, broke bones and teeth and there were no lawsuits from these accidents. We ate worms and mud pies made from dirt, and the worms did not live in us forever. We were given BB guns for our 10th birthdays, made up games with sticks and tennis balls and, although we were told it would happen, we did not put out very many eyes. We rode bikes or walked to a friend’s house and knocked on the door or rang the bell, or just walked in and talked to them! Little League had tryouts and not everyone made the team. Those who didn’t had to learn to deal with disappointment. IMAGINE THAT! The idea of a parent bailing us out if we broke the law was unheard of. They actually sided with the law! These generations have produced some of the best risk-takers, problem solvers and inventors ever! The past 50 years have been an explosion of innovation and new ideas. We had freedom, failure, success and responsibility, and we learned HOW TO DEAL WITH IT ALL!

If YOU are one of them….CONGRATULATIONS! You might want to share this with others who have had the luck to grow up as kids, before the lawyers and the government regulated so much of our lives – for our own good. And while you are at it, forward it to your kids so they will know how brave (and lucky their parents were. Kind of makes you want to run through the house with scissors, doesn’t it??!! The quote of the month is by Jay Leno: With hurricanes, tornadoes, fires out of control, mud slides, flooding, severe thunderstorms tearing up the country from one end to another, and with the threat of bird flu and terrorist attacks, “Are we sure this is a good time to take God out of the Pledge of Allegiance?” For those that prefer to think that God is not watching over us…go ahead and ignore this. For the rest of us…pass this on.

CHURCH COUNCIL NOTES The Church Council of New Jerusalem met on Sunday, September 10 at 6:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Chairman Ken Temple called the meeting to order, with all members being present except excused member Pastor Cauble. The minutes were accepted as presented with one clarification – income from Food Lion “Shop & Share” program is based on proportion for all not for profit organizations that have enrolled. Dale Weaver was welcomed to the meeting and spoke on the domain host for our church website. He shared cost for Dreamhost.com and WebsiteSource.com, explaining capacity of each. Motion was made and carried to go with DreamHost.com for 2 years, to set up a new web site, keep the old address and link it to NJLCHickory.org. Dale has agreed to update and keep site updated. The treasurer’s reports were received as information and showed the following balances: Current: $2,543.09 (Guide One Insurance due Sept. 17, amt. $2,473.43) Benevolence: $3,837.84 (Mo. -$545.09, YTD -$229.39) Building: $8,333.97 Mini Bus CD: $18,664.87 (CD renewed for 5 months @4.89%) A.C. Bowman: $165.36 (will be depleted with purchase of final tables) Cemetery: $6,565.20 WELCA: ($3,395.00) Phillips: $34,539.37 Mauser: Checkbook $3,159.56; CD $50,575.00 Boy Scout CD: Checkbook $198.43 and CD $1,400.00 Youth: $2,203.66 LIGHTS REPORT: Michael Foss will be speaking at Holy Trinity on Sept. 23 with Pastor Cauble, Sandra Bollinger, Wayne Cashion, Elaine Garner, Ken Temple and Paula White planning to attend. PASTOR’S REPORT – Not available due to Pastor’s hospitalization. It was shared that on Reformation Sunday, Oct. 29 several new members will be joining. CONGREGATIONAL CONCERNS: (1) Overflow crowd in Fellowship Hall during More at Four Meeting. Several agreed to check on capacity for Fellowship Hall. (2) Haven’t heard anything from Agape/Kure Beach Capital Fund Drive. (3) Paying for Historical Book for 100th Anniversary. (4) Brought in Peder Eide but haven’t done anything since. Maybe need to challenge ourselves to follow through with something. Considered addressing this to Youth & Family Committee. FELLOWSHIP MINISTRY: Shared progress update of goals for 2006. Requested Council input regarding freewill donations at Fall Fellowship being held on Saturday, October 28. Motion made and carried for any money above costs go to Youth Fund. Council members requested to come help set up tables for Homecoming Meal on Sept. 21. Fellowship committee to decorate on Sept. 22 Next meeting on Sunday, Oct. 1. WORSHIP: Envelopes ready to be picked up for ELW (Evangelical Lutheran Worship) Hymnal. Want to purchase 250 copies at $20.00.

PROPERTY – To run acknowledgement in bulleting for new tables in memory of A.C. Bowman by wife Aline & friends/family from Memorial Fund. Recommendation from Property Committee to consider painting Pastor’s study, new carpet in office and entry carpet being replaced by “tile”. To check on copies lease. To ask Buddy Rader on recommendation on storage for the two donated name quilts. Mary Millholen offered her Baby Grand piano to church. Council recognized its sentimental value and expressed appreciation but declined offer because of lack of space. FINANCE – Meeting to be held soon. Etta Mae has tabulated amount spent this year. LEARNING – Teacher Appreciation cookout on Saturday, Oct. 21; seeking director for Children’s Christmas play. YOUTH & FAMILY – Every Sunday night meeting; concern about van – willing to help raise money; have two sixth graders, might be involved with older youth group. VAN – Rodney Throckmorton gave update on van information. Received good information from Zion Lutheran. Looking at churchbus.com for specs. STEWARDSHIP – Stewardship Fair on Oct. 15 at 6:00 pm with a Poor Man’s Supper and table/booth display. 100TH ANNIVERSARY – Motion made and carried to have 200 copies of history book printed at no cost to congregation. SERVICE MINISTRY – LWR begins Sunday, Nov. 5 and ends Sunday, Nov. 19. Will pack items on Sunday evening, Nov. 19. (Light weight clothing, blankets, quilts, soap, school and health kits.) Need medium-sized cardboard boxes with lids (sturdy). Free meal on Thanksgiving Day from 11 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Reservations begin 10/29/06 and end 11/19/06. Asking congregation members to donate 2 or 3 liter drinks, desserts, monetary gifts. Need FoodLion Shop and Share sign up sheets ASAP. Next blood drive October 9, 2006 from 3:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. OLD BUSINESS – to meet with lawyer on Articles of Incorporation. We are already a 501c3. Constitution meeting to be rescheduled. Shared copies of proposed constitution. Ken Temple to go on line to verify no new changes have been mandated by ELCA. COUNCIL DESIGNATE’S REPORT – Etta Mae Bollinger reported she enjoyed shaking hands; rest of time she was counting money. Special thanks expressed to Charles Kanipe for help in opening and closing of church. The meeting closed with the Lord’s Prayer. Next meeting is Sunday, Oct. 8 at 6:00 pm

NEW HYMNAL Envelopes are ready to be picked up for the new ELW (Evangelical Lutheran Worship) Hymnal. The church wants to purchase 250 copies of the hymnal and everyone is invited to use these envelopes to purchase one or more hymnals in honor or in memory of someone. You may turn your money in to the church office or put in the offering plate. Book Plates will be made for these books when they arrive, (probably in January or February). The cost is $20.00 each. Please fill out the envelopes as you want your book plate to read. CORNER STONE CONTENTS Did you get to view the contents of the corner stone when it was opened? These items were on display for several weeks and were put back into the corner stone for the 100th Anniversary Celebration. If you did not get to see these items and would like to, a copy of the contents was made and put into a notebook for everyone to see. These copies, along with the new items for 2006, are available from Pastor Cauble or in the church office. Just come by and take a look! Everything that came out of the 1949 stone was in really good condition. It makes for some interesting reading!


				
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