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May 2010 UK Pastor to Preach at Combined Worship Services and Teach on May 2 It is our privilege to host Rev. Dr. Gavin McGrath at 2 Church Notes Bonhomme on May 2. Our worship services will be and Worship combined that day so that everyone will have a chance to hear him. Worship will be held in the Sanctuary at 8:30 in the traditional style and at 11:00 in Steffen Hall 3 A Word from in the contemporary style. Pastor Tom and Discipleship Gavin and I grew up together in Massachusetts, and he was the primary instrument that God used in leading me to Christ. He likes to say that everything he learned 4 Discipleship about sin he learned from me, and that everything I learned about God I learned from him (not true!), but 5 Discipleship and we have known each other since third grade! Ministering Gavin is Senior Pastor of Christ Church, Earlsfield, London—an Anglican church plant engaged in missional 6 Ministering outreach to young professionals. He has spoken to university student groups throughout most of Western Europe and parts of Eastern Europe. From 1999–2005 he was Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Theology 7 Ministering and at Trinity School for Ministry, outside of Pittsburgh, PA. He has lived in the UK for Fishers of Men 26 years serving Anglican churches in Durham, Sheffield, and Hampshire, and also worked at English L’Abri. Gavin holds a Ph.D. in Historical Theology from Durham 8 Fishers of Men University in England, and is the author of A Confident Life in an Age of Change (IVP) and co-editor of New Dictionary of Christian Apologetics (IVP). 9 Fishers of Men, Married to Janet for 32 years, they have three daughters. His interests include cooking Connected and and accompanying wines, jazz, film, and triathlon (having completed Olympic and Cared For Half-Ironman distances). Gavin’s sermon title for May 2 is “Rich Ruler and Blind Beggar: Loss and Gain.” The 10 Connected and text is Luke 18:18-43 (NIV trans.). Cared For In addition to preaching at the combined services, Gavin will teach in the Sanctuary at 9:45. All adult Spiritual Formation classes are invited to come hear his talk on 11 Birthdays “Why Do Contemporary People Find Christianity Irrelevant and Why Do Christians Struggle to Respond?” 12 Sermon That evening, Gavin will share more insights at 5 p.m. in the Sanctuary on the topic, Schedule “Why Do Some Churches Grow, Some Plateau, and Some Decline?” Childcare will be available; please contact Barb Whiteaker to make reservations. Tom Pfizenmaier Church Notes New Communication Coordinator Congregational Meeting Position Open Sunday, May 16, 2010 The Session, HR Commission, and Communication The Session has called a meeting of the congregation to be Ministry have all approved the hiring of a Bonhomme held Sunday, May 16 for the purpose of electing officers Communication Coordinator, a newly created, part-time for the Class of 2012 and to elect the Church Nominating position. Committee to serve from June 1, 2010 through May 31, 2011. The meeting will be in the Sanctuary and will begin We are looking for an action-orientated person of faith promptly at 9:35 a.m. As this should be a brief meeting, to collect, coordinate, and disseminate all forms of adult Sunday School classes will convene immediately communication/marketing information, internally and following the meeting. Children’s Sunday School will be externally. This would include the development and on the regular schedule. implementation of seasonal communication plans consistent with Bonhomme’s brand and standards. The Nominating Committee will present a slate of Writing, editing, and understanding of website technology candidates for the offices of Director, Foundation Trustee, and InDesign programming required. Deacon, and Elder. The Nomination and Lay Leadership Ministry will present a slate of candidates to serve on the To submit a resume or inquire, please contact Dr. Gary Church Nominating Committee. Candidates may also be Ferbet, Executive Pastor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 636- nominated from the floor for these offices. 532-3486. Electing our church leaders is every member’s privilege and responsibility, so please plan to attend on May 16. Your participation in this meeting is important for the Financial Update future of Bonhomme Presbyterian Church. At the end of March, our Year-To-Date Income was $388,294 vs. our Year-To-Date Expense at $479,998 for a deficit of $91,704. Bonhomme Pictorial Directory Spiritual Formation Classes There is still time to sign up for the Pictorial Directory. Sign–up books No spiritual formation classes on May 30 will be available on Sunday mornings Summer Spiritual Formation Session: June 6—July 25 May 2 and May 9. Photography begins Tuesday, May 18. If you are unable to sign up on Summer Church Office Hours one of these two Sundays, call Madeleine Tufts at 636-532-4292... The Church Office will close on Fridays at Noon beginning it won’t take but a minute of your Friday, June 4 and continuing through Friday, August 27. time to make an appointment. Everyone Experiencing Transformational Worship Mothers and Children to Sing on Mother’s Day We invite all children and their mothers, aunts, and grandmothers to sing the Prelude at the 11 a.m. Traditional Service on Mother’s Day, May 10. Rehearsal will be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 5 in the Sanctuary. This special song is always a very touching moment in the service. We hope you’ll join us! Bonhomme Bells to Ring on May 16 The Bonhomme Belles will ring in Traditional Worship on Sunday, May 16. In addition to the Prelude, they will also ring Gathering Music—so plan to arrive early and hear several pieces they’ve been working on for this, their final presentation of the season! Page 2 www.bonpres.org A Word from Pastor Tom “You Must Give Up To Go Up” That’s a quote from John Maxwell’s book, The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, which some of the staff and I just finished reading together. Once a week for the last two years, we have met together over lunch to talk about leadership principles in an effort to become better at what we do for the Lord here at Bonhomme. It seems to me that this phrase, “You must give up to go up” aptly summarizes the chapter in which it’s found, starkly titled, “The Law of Sacrifice.” As we journey out of the April season of Holy Week and through Servant Sunday into the summer season, I’d like to reflect on this a bit with you. I believe that Jesus, as the very best of leaders, understood this principle more deeply than anyone. Let’s begin with the incarnation. By coming down to live among us as a man, Jesus certainly gave up a great deal. Hear the echo again of that famous hymn embedded in Paul’s letter to the Philippians, “Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus: Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be grasped, but made himself nothing, taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness.” Jesus manifested his leadership by descending from heaven to earth; that was the first movement of descent in the symphony of his life. The second was like it. ‘And being found in appearance as a man, he humbled himself and became obedient to death-- Jesus begins by becoming man, then, as man, he humbles himself under the divine will, becoming obedient to the point of death. But it isn’t just death, for we all must die. But his is an extraordinary death, one reserved for criminals, one in which a person is scourged senseless, stripped naked, and nailed to a cross to be publicly displayed and utterly disgraced. His is the death drowned in the drinking of the cup of the wrath of God. — even death on a cross!’ Be sure of this, Jesus gave up—everything. He gave up heaven, his will, and his life. Remember, you have to give up to go up. Therefore Paul means here, by “therefore,” as a result of–His abasement, His descent, His giving up… God exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name, Jesus got to “go up.” In the Kingdom of God, we are exalted in inverse proportion to our descent. The more downwardly mobile we are, the more exalted we are by God. The station of exaltation in the Kingdom of God is beneath people in service not above them in power. Jesus epitomized this truth, so that… at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. Jesus’ kingdom is truly the “upside down” kingdom where the servant who gives up, goes up. Together, let us seek to descend into greatness; all other paths are a mirage. Blessings Always, Tom Pfizenmaier Everyone Growing in Discipleship Galileans Middle School Ministry Emmaus High School Ministry Sunday, May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Sunday, May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Confirmation Class - 9:30 a.m. 24:13 Sunday Morning Group - 9:30 a.m. 67’s Sunday Morning Group - 9:30 a.m. Emmaus Band/VOE, Dinner and The Walk - May 23 only Wednesday, May 5, 12, 19, 26 Tuesday, May 4 Shoreline Group - 5 p.m. Emmaus Adult Leadership Team - 7 p.m. Friday, May 14 - Saturday, May 15 Friday, May 14 - Saturday, May 15 Rock-IN 2010 - 7 p.m. Rock-IN 2010 - 7 p.m. www.bonpres.org Page 3 Everyone Growing in Discipleship Marcia Speiser Baxter Watson 2010 Mildred Hagedorn Nominee Celebration Of Aging Honoree Marcia Speiser has been a We congratulate Baxter Watson as Bonhomme’s honoree faithful Bonhomme member for the 2010 Celebration of Aging. Each church in the for 17 years. She and her Giddings-Lovejoy Presbytery selects a member to honor husband Terry celebrated their at the annual celebration service, which will take place 50th wedding anniversary last May 5 at John Calvin Presbyterian Church. We are grateful year. They have four daughters for Baxter’s many contributions to the life and mission of and nine grandchildren. Marcia the church. earned a degree in Elementary Baxter was born in 1923 on the family farm in Calloway Education from Southeast County, Missouri. He attended Westminster College, Missouri State University and where he had the privilege of escorting President Harry a Special Education Certificate Truman and Sir Winston Churchill to the podium when from UMSL. For 17 years, she Churchill gave his famous Iron Curtain Speech. He also worked as a teacher for the St. attended Washington University, where he studied fine Louis County Special School District. arts. Eventually he founded his own interior design firm, At Calvary Presbyterian Church, Marcia taught Sunday Baxter Brown Watson and Associates. School, Vacation Bible School, served as VBS director, and as president and secretary of Calvary Women’s Circle. At Bonhomme, she has been a member of the Mission Ministry, is currently a board member and secretary for our Church Nursery School, and she participates in VBS and the annual Easter Egg Hunt. For many years, Marcia cooked for Wednesday night dinners and BPW luncheons. She has also helped as a kitchen assistant for Alpha. As a long time member of BPW Service Circle 6, she is director of both the Christmas Giving Tree and the Easter Basket projects which serve many in our community. She has participated in the Salvation Army Toy Lift and Toy Town. Marcia continues to have a vital interest in young Baxter Watson’s first exposure to Bonhomme Presbyterian people and those with special needs. For 44 years, she Church was in 1945, as a young man returning from World was the special friend and assistant to a blind person. War II, to a family whose father, the Rev. Dr. Herbert H. She also participated in the Bonhomme Special Friends Watson, was Bonhomme’s minister. During the early Ministry. years, Baxter helped care for the original church property, Marcia has said that her accomplishments are “only with now referred to as the Old Stone Church, and remembers the Lord’s direction and as his servant.” In her gentle, building fires in the civil war era stoves which were used quiet, and humble way, she has shown us what it is to let to heat the church. one’s light shine as a follower of our Lord Jesus. In the late 1950’s, Baxter served on the original building Bonhomme is proud to nominate Marcia Speiser for this committee for Bonhomme Presbyterian Church. With year’s Mildred Hagedorn Award. his design background, Baxter helped choose the coral- beige bricks for their resemblance to stones used in rural To learn more about the Mildred Hagedorn Award and read English architecture, and also assisted with interior and the complete article about Marcia, visit www.bonpres.org. window design. This phase of Bonhomme included the Chapel, an education building, and the Manse. Baxter lived with his family in the manse for 2½ years. He VBS 2010 July 19-23 9 a.m.–Noon was entrusted with keys for both the Old Stone Church and the new building. He has vivid memories of his Help kids explore the mighty love of God! unofficial role as greeter/docent when curious visitors At High Seas Expedition, your kids would appear on the grounds. Baxter also taught Sunday will set sail for VBS fun! They’ll feel School and sang in the choir. Over the decades, Baxter sea spray on their faces, embark on has been a member of the Old Stone Church Committee, unforgettable adventures, explore providing invaluable first-hand historical knowledge as fantastic ports and lands, and well as his professional artistic perspective. discover that God’s Word is truly We recognize the significant contributions of Baxter life-changing. Watson and we are pleased to have this opportunity to Register or volunteer online at www.bonpres.org or pick honor him. up a registration form at the Children’s Welcome Desk. For the complete article on Baxter Watson, visit bonpres.org. Page 4 www.bonpres.org Everyone Growing in Discipleship Bonhomme Student Ministries Rock-IN 2010 Friday, May 14–Saturday, May 15 7 p.m.–7 a.m. What’s Better than a Concert, a Lock-in, and a Night of Worship? A Night that Combines All Three! All 6th–12th Graders, join us for a night you won’t forget. The Cost: $35 for Bonhomme Folks (take $5 off the cost for every friend you invite), $20 for Guests and Friends. What To Bring: Sleeping bag or bed linens, air mattress, pillow (if you plan on sleeping), a snack to share with everyone, and a change of clothes. Emergency Contact: If an emergency arises and you must get in contact with your youth, you may reach him or her on Kyle’s cell phone at 314-488-1851. This is a “Bring Your Friend Event.” Invite your friends from school, your teams, or your neighborhood. The more friends the better. A special gift will be given to the student who brings the most friends to the Rock-IN. Time of Worship led by the Matt Lloyd Project. Concerts by The Matt Lloyd Project and Watching Judas. Food, games, movies, and friends. Registration forms are available in the Youth Lounge. While this is a 6th–12th Grade event, with the exception of the time of worship and the concerts, high school students and middle school students will be separated from each other. Everyone Ministering Foundation Announces 2010 Grant Recipients The 2010 recipients for grants from the Bonhomme Foundation are: 1. Be a Positive Light: a ministry to help prevent teen suicide in addition to sharing the Gospel. 2. Young Life: a ministry that helps students deepen their faith through small group meetings, Bible study, and activities. 3. Guys for Life: a ministry that encourages men to choose life for their unborn child, become a responsible father, and begin a relationship with Jesus Christ. 4. Urban K–Life: a ministry that presents the gospel to inner city youth in St. Louis by building lasting relationships, mentoring, Bible study and activities. 5. The Freedom School: a Christ-centered elementary school which focuses on at-risk, immigrant, and refugee children. The purpose of the Foundation is to support causes that advance the Kingdom. If you would like to help financially support this effort please prayerfully consider doing so. Here are two easy ways you may want to consider: Testamentary Bequests: Make a gift to the Foundation through a will or revocable living trust via a codicil. Life insurance: Designate the Foundation as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy. You may give the policy to the Foundation and deduct the value of the policy and any future premiums you make following the initial gift. www.bonpres.org Page 5 Everyone Ministering Where in the World is Bonhomme? From the jungles of Guatemala to the outskirts of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Bonhomme has been out in the world recently. Diana and Alan Rawizza enjoyed their mission trip to Antigua, Guatemala in February where, as part of a team from St. Louis, they built a home for an impoverished family. The project was under the auspices of The God’s Child Project (godschild.org). And in March, 19 folks from Bonhomme spent eight days serving in the Centro Integral Orphanage and ministering in the greater Reyniel Funez community. Enjoy this small glimpse into our “going with Jesus”… Our team of five with the family for whom the house was built and our God’s Child foreman (baseball cap). The small boy is a neighbor. Some of the crew helping to level off a dangerous area of the orphanage to make it safe and fun for the children. Don’t worry – the swings are way heavier than they look!! Ann Pfizenmaier with a child at our The Xia family proudly poses in front of their new home. Honduras Vacation Bible School. From left: Marco, Giovani, Josue, and their mother Estela ************************************************ Easter Basket, Anyone? On March 23, Circle 6 and other BPW members put together 34 baskets that were delivered to Bonhomme shut-in members and friends. And on March 30, Circle 6, the MOMs group, and BPW members assembled a total of 145 baskets for children. 50 baskets went to children at the Salvation Army Family Haven (a homeless shelter), 75 baskets went to South Side Day Nursery in St. Louis and 20 baskets were delivered to Circle of Concern. Page 6 www.bonpres.org Everyone Ministering Minute for Mission Russia Mission Team The May Minute for Mission will highlight the Russia Mission Team. This June, 10 members of Bonhomme will travel to Vologda, Russia to spend time with children in the orphanages. This will be the fifth year Bonhomme has sent a team to Russia. Our team will play a supporting role to the Comfort Foundation, a charitable organization staffed by Russian Christians who are committed to meeting the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of these children. Through a summer camp with activities including sports, communication/ fellowship, and crafts, the team will demonstrate God’s love and the life values he desires for them, with lots of one-on-one time and hugs for the kids! Your prayerful and financial support helps send Bonhomme’s team to serve God’s beloved children. For additional information, contact Paul Schroeder at 314-469-6810 or email@example.com. ******************************************** BBQ Fundraiser in Kilby Commons Sunday, May 23 A sure sign summer is almost here: BBQ! Come to Kilby Commons on Sunday, May 23 and enjoy BBQ beef brisket and hamburgers along with potato salad and baked beans. Tables in Kilby Commons will be available for dining at church or food will be available for take-out after 9:30 a.m. So even if you attend early service you’ll be able to enjoy a delicious BBQ lunch when you get home. Proceeds will help financially support the Russia Mission team’s trip this June. For more info, contact Paul Schroeder at 314- 469-6810 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Habitat for Humanity Project on the Move! Clothing Collection Circle 6 is collecting urgently Our 2010 Habitat project beginswith needed clothing for youth in the a blitz build scheduled for July 9 -10. most restricted program at the We will have two sign-up Sundays, on Presbyterian Children’s Center located June 13 and June 20 after services in Farmington, MO. They are in need in Kilby Commons. In the meantime, of sweatshirts, sweatpants, t-shirts, please call or email Cathy directly to and sweat shorts, in the colors grey volunteer. (preferred), black, or navy in adult Remember, you do not have to commit to more than one sizes Small through XXX Large, all without pockets. work day and we can make use of a variety of skill levels. Donation boxes will be located in the Narthex and the The only thing you really need is a willing heart! Contact Steffen Hall Lobby. Questions: contact Marcia Speiser Cathy Otto at email@example.com or 636-675-6821. at 636-346-1916. Everyone Fishers of Men Kids’ Day Out Fundraiser Enjoy a meal at the Press Box and support Bonhomme Kids’ Day Out. A portion of proceeds will be donated to our Kids’ Day Out program, so mention Bonhomme when you order! The Press Box is located at 1095 East Chesterfield Pkwy. www.bonpres.org Page 7 Everyone Fishers of Men Good News Easter Egg Hunt About 190 children and their families eagerly gathered in Steffen Hall on the morning of March 27 for our Good News Easter Egg Hunt. Each family received a copy of The Jesus Book by Stephen Elkins and a set of Resurrection Eggs through the Kathleen Fullerton Osterholt Memorial Fund. Hands were raised to the Lord and even little two–year–old voices sang out as the Praise Team led us in singing “Trading My Sorrows” and “You Never Let Go.” Children sat on the edge of their seats as they watched a “Good News Eggs” puppet show. Enthusiastic children toting brightly colored baskets delighted in the nearly 5,500 Easter eggs that decorated our playground and lawn. It was a glorious day that gave praise to our glorious God! Page 8 www.bonpres.org Everyone Fishers of Men Dancing For God’s Children June 12 Bonhomme will host a one-day Christian dance clinic for elementary-age girls, Dancing For God’s Children, designed to promote godly movement, godly music, and service to others. Proceeds will benefit Centro Integral, a Bonhomme–supported orphanage in Honduras. Registration is required by May 14 and space is limited. Clinic brochures are available at the Connection Center in the Kilby Commons and the Children’s Welcome Desk in front of Steffen Hall, or on the Children’s Ministry Upcoming Events page at www.bonpres.org. For more information, contact Mary Lewis at 636-537-0579 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Everyone Connected and Cared For St. John’s United Church of Christ M.O.M.s Calendar Offers Griefshare M.O.M.s is a group for mothers with children of all ages. GriefShare is offered at We meet Tuesday’s from 9:30–11:30 a.m. in Room 3205. St. John’s United Church Childcare is available for a nominal fee. For childcare of Christ in the church reservations, contact Pam Moynahan at 636-394-6770. library on Sundays from May 4—Fun with Faith in the Public Schools 1–3 p.m. through June 6. Come learn about this after school Christian program, a GriefShare is a weekly seminar/support group that is non-profit ministry that teaches children in kindergarten biblically-based and Christ-centered. It’s a place where through sixth grade the Word of God and how to apply people grieving a death can be around others who it in their lives. understand how you feel in your loss. At GriefShare, you will learn valuable information that will help you May 11—Snacks and Sharing Time through this difficult time in your life. Join us for a relaxing morning of yummy snacks and enjoying quality time together. Each session includes a video seminar and group discussion. A workbook assists you with note-taking, May 18—Spring Brunch journaling, and grief study. The videos feature top Come close out the year with us at this favorite annual experts on grief recovery and real life stories of event which will be held at Keri Shuert’s house. Contact people who have experienced loss. Each meeting is Keri at email@example.com for more information. self-contained so that you may start at any time. The sessions are free and open to all. For information and to register, call the Rev. Dale Bartels at 636-532-0540. To learn more, visit www.GriefShare.org. Blood Drive Wednesday, May 26, 3–8 p.m. Mark your calendar for Bonhomme’s upcoming community blood drive on Wednesday, May 26 in Steffen Hall! To make your appointment to donate, log onto www.bonpres.org. Click on “Enter a Sponsor Code.” Enter JLBPC (all caps). Click to schedule an appointment to donate. Click on “Create a profile.” (A profile must be filled out before setting appointment) Enter Zip Code. Page over until you find Bonhomme’s name and address. Click on Bonhomme’s name. Click time to make appointment. If you have any problems making your appointment online, call Dean Hammann at 636-536-3026. Please give the gift of life through your blood donation. The need is constant. The gratification is instant. Give Blood! www.bonpres.org Page 9 Everyone Connected and Cared For Lifestyle for Living Love in Action By Nicki Reynolds, R.N “Love one another, as I have loved you.” To attain and maintain a healthy John 13:34 lifestyle requires us to make many Stephen Ministers listen, encourage, and good decisions every day. As your provide emotional and spiritual support parish nurse, I am offering a list of the to people facing a crisis or going through ingredients necessary for the “recipe” tough times. It is one-to-one confidential Christian for healthy living. caring. For information about connecting with a Stephen • Eat a healthy diet that is low in fat, processed Minister during a difficult time, contact June Davis at sugar, and salt, yet high in fiber and nutrients. 636-532-9440 or Dr. Wilkie O’Brien at 636-532-3486. Recommended servings of fruits and vegetables are Have you thought about becoming a Stephen Minister? at least 5–per day. We are currently praying for the individuals God is • Eat at home and go out less; if you do eat out, calling to serve as caregivers. Please pray about this and choose low fat, high fiber foods. If possible, check ask yourself if this is the way you want to serve the Lord. the restaurant’s website in advance to review their You must be a Christian, a member of Bonhomme, and menu and research nutrition facts to help you choose have a desire to care for others. A new class will start in healthy foods. September. For information about becoming a Stephen Minister, please call Prill Wiese at 636-532-3710. • Drink plenty of water or other non-caffeine/non- FYI: The Stephen Ministry Library is now housed alcoholic drinks. in the Bonhomme Library and open for all to use. • Get enough rest: most of us need 7–8 hours of sleep Please ask the librarian to guide you to it. at night. • Stay active: keep moving. Try to get at least thirty Thank You minutes of moderate exercise 5 days a week. Thirty minutes of intense exercise is also recommended Cliff Schoep and family wish to thank the Bonhomme 2–3 times a week. family for their outpouring of love and concern during Jacque’s illness and final journey home. The cards, phone • Practice deep breathing/relaxation exercises to calls, visits, flowers, care packages, and supporting destress regularly. prayers made it all much more bearable for us. • Maintain good relationships with family and with Thanks, friends. Cliff • Worship regularly, pray, and read your Bible. Communicate with God on a regular basis. Bon Temps Outing May 15 • Get regular check-ups and seek medical help when On Saturday, May 15, we will needed. head to Citygarden, an urban In upcoming articles, I will provide more information on oasis featuring modern and each of these general quidelines to make sure you have contemporary sculptures, lush all the necessary ingredients for a winning “recipe.” landscape, and reflecting pools in downtown St. Louis. If you are interested in joining this adventure with the Bon Temps, contact Shirley Wadleigh at 636-532-9799. Please Keep in Your Prayers Death: Miriam Brown, passed away on March 31 - Grandmother of Pete (Carla) Brown Jacque Schoep, passed away on April 6 - Wife of Cliff Schoep Robert Nelson, passed away on April 9 - Brother of Clara (Max) Hagerman Walter Lewis, passed away on April 13 - Husband of Linda Lewis Page 10 www.bonpres.org May Birthdays 1 Casey Campbell 8 Tom Clemens 16 Suzanne Brown 26 Brandon Mallinckrodt Sally Patton Matthew Cox Meredith Poe Sandra McKay Jeanne Schleiffarth Jane Ganz Daniel Powers Jill Schroeder Harry Sumner Michael Lasater DeAnna Straeb Jan Sumner 17 Nancy Bailey Debra Victor 2 Karen Avery Margaret Picker Kelly Wendt Brooke Emshoff 9 Anne Bookwalter-Walsh Lindsey Rasmussen James Graham Amy Corsi 27 Debra Bryant-Kornmann Betty Grogan Vicki Henry 18 Carla Brown Norm Magnuson Jim Hardt Walter Lewis Heidi George Andy Seers Christian Jamerson Mary Oldfield Leslie Morris Julie Logan Lynne Simmons 28 Aaron Kemmling Marion Mitchell 10 Paul Douthit Art Lind Matthew Warrick Terry Grogan 19 Stevie Lewis Don Olson Jerry Heise Alicia Noddings 3 Esther Bland Sheila Morse Carol Shain 29 Yvonne Greenwood Cathy Jackson Edward Prine Janet Weiss John Hoppin Audrey Jung Phil Ziegenfuss Stephen Padgette Daina Kinlen 20 Bill Anderson Rex Redfern Jeff Morgan 11 Steve Cox Jo Ann Grossman Vic Wendt Jordan Gagstetter Andrew Klingler 30 Gregg Eisenberg Jennifer Guenther Don Knoesel Charles Forrest 4 John Burns Lee Simmons Sue McCormac Susan Cox Art Wernle Lila Stephenson 31 Ginny Dick Sue Imhoff Daniel Morris Ramon Mount 12 Marilyn Goerke 21 Renee Boehme Madison Pietrowski Beth Robison Dennis Harris Marla Bouchein Debbie Hawley Patricia Hunn 5 Donald Borgschulte Carolyn Schmidt Jim Kilby Lara Fenton Barbara Garrity 13 Norma Baker 22 Corey Klingler Kaye Hamilton Elaine Waeckerle Tom Mauer Grant Harris Rae Salzman Kevin Quigley Robyn Huhn Elizabeth Schroeder Candie Walter Kelsey Michel 14 Shannon Krakowski 23 Julie Peterson 6 Janeth Boehm Barbara Nance James Verseman Kim Seers 24 Tony Goslee 7 Stephanie Carius 15 Sara Kroll 25 Kayla Wade Brad Fabbri Ruth Ross Jill Stafford Ronald Williams 26 Linda Buchmueller Shirley Juenger www.bonpres.org Page 11 BONHOMME PERIODICAL Presbyterian Church POSTAGE THE PIONEER PRESS PAID AT 14820 Conway Road CHESTERFIELD, MO Chesterfield, MO 63017 636-532-3486 ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED PIONEER PRESS (UPS: 28-1482) IS PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY BONHOMME PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH POSTMASTER: SEND ADDRESS CHANGES TO: PIONEER PRESS, 14820 CONWAY ROAD, CHESTERFIELD, MO 63017 DATED MATERIAL - PLEASE DO NOT HOLD Please join us on Sunday mornings for Worship TRADITIONAL SERVICE - IN THE SANCTUARY CONTEMPORARY SERVICE - IN STEFFEN HALL May 2 - Dr. Gavin McGrath May 2 - Dr. Gavin McGrath Rich Ruler and Blind Beggar: Loss and Gain Rich Ruler and Blind Beggar: Loss and Gain 8:30 a.m. Chancel Choir, “Seek First the Kingdom” 11 a.m. The Praise Team Communion May 9 - Don Everts May 9 - Rev. Tom Pfizenmaier In the End... Weeping The Baptismal Covenant 8:30 a.m. Karen Stevenson, Organist 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. The Praise Team 11 a.m. Prelude sung by Children and their Mothers and Grandmothers Baptisms Chancel Choir: “Come to Me” Baptisms May 16 - Rev. Gary Ferbet May 16 - Don Everts Getting What You Want? In the End... Reclining 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. The Praise Team Bonhomme Bells at both services 8:30 a.m. Chancel Choir, “I Am the Way” 11 a.m. Lynn Packwood, “The Holy City” May 23 - Rev. Tom Pfizenmaier Why Not Be on Fire? May 23 - Don Everts 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. The Praise Team In the End... Gathering 8:30 a.m. Lynn Packwood, “People Need the Lord” 11 a.m. Chancel Choir, “The Great Commission” May 30 - Rev. Tom Pfizenmaier Meal of a Lifetime May 30 - Rev. Wilkie O’Brien 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. The Praise Team Zizawi Communion 8:30 a.m. Chancel Choir, “I Am the Light” 11 a.m. Lynn Packwood, Even Now Sunday School classes for all ages at 9:45 a.m.
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