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Paul Lutheran Church
10792 N Co Rd 210 E, Seymour, IN 47274 Office Phone: (812) 522-7364 & 522-7484 Email:stpaullutheran@stpaul -borchers.org Web site:http://www.stpaul -borchers.org
From the Pastor’s Desk Praying with the News
Karl Barth, one of the most significant theologians of the 20th Century, is known for exhorting pastors to preach with the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other. This was his way of encouraging preachers to speak to the issues of the day. I first learned of this quote from a seminary professor of mine, that used this idea—but then expanded it. He told us that a part of his prayer life was while he was reading the newspaper, he would use this as an opportunity to pray for events going on in the world, local leaders, people experiencing tragedy and so on. As he would read the paper, it would call to mind people and situations that need to be lifted up in prayer. He used the newspaper as a prayer tool. It was a way of living a life of prayer and calling upon God’s help and assistance for people in need—even though he did not know most of the people and the situations for which he was praying for. As I am taking this year to focus upon prayer, I am trying to write articles that encourage people to pray as well as provide tools or methods for people to use which help or aid people in expanding and enriching their prayer lives. I think that this idea can still be used and used effectively within our lives today. For some people, they can use the idea just as my seminary professor talked about. Try it. While you are reading the paper, take a little time in reading the paper so that you can stop and lift up situations and people in prayer. For instance, while reading the paper you could pray for the families of the people whose obits are listed in the paper. When articles in the paper are about the school systems; lift up the schools, the students, the teachers, the school boards in prayer. When there is a story about an accident, pray for the people impacted and pray for emergency responders. With the articles about political issues, remember to pray for the elected officials and others that serve in the government. I know that for some people, the idea of a newspaper is antiquated. Fewer and fewer people get the newspaper, but this idea can work in a variety of ways even with the new technologies that many people use to get the news. You could do the same thing as you watch the news or a news channel. With TV, you could use the commercial time as a time to pray for events or people that were just talked about. Additionally, more and more people get their news electronically. Either with an electronic subscription of a newspaper (either local or nationally) or by visiting a news site like the Huffington Post or CNN or similar site. This same idea can be applied to when you view articles or headlines from any of these sources. Another way that more people are getting news is via phone updates. I subscribe to USA Today and they send notifications to my phone to inform me of breaking news. These updates and headlines can be cues for prayer. For instance, when the shooting happened at Purdue, my phone buzzed and I saw the highlight that a shooting took place on the Purdue campus. When I saw that, I quickly said a prayer for all the students and particularly members of the congregation who attend Purdue and their families. Even something like Facebook, can be used in this way. If you are on Facebook and see that someone posted about something going on in their life—that can be a time to lift them up in prayer. All these ways are simple ways to be reminded that we are to be people of prayer and call us to pray for a whole multitude of situations and people.
Keep on praying in the new year!
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April Volunteers Greeters Dan & Lou Ann Hoevener (8:00) Bill & Judy Wonning (10:15) Communion Assistants Tammi Reinbold (8:00) Laberta Otte (10:15) Altar Care April 6-Phyllis Cupp (8:00) Teresa Browning (10:15) April 13-Wanda Engelau (8:00) Florence Otte (10:15) April 20-Ruth Ann Newkirk (10:15) Linda Guinn (10:15) April 27-Luci Angel (8:00) Lectors April 6-Mandy Otte (8:00) Amy Pierceall (10:15) April 13-Doris Rorick (8:00) Karen Davis (10:15) April 20-Leah Otte (8:00) Laberta Otte (10:15) April 27-Lois Bryden (8:00) Marc Fountain (10:15) Acolytes April 6-Anna Holle (8:00) Zack Lawles (10:15) April 13-Morgan Jones (8:00) Dylan Hatfield (10:15) April 20-Courtney Mansfield (8:00) Cheyene Douglass (10:15) April 27-Kori Otte (8:00) Rachel Hildebrand (10:15) Projectors April 6-Kaelen Eglen (8:00) Kailee Hildebrand (10:15) April 13-Madison Jones (8:00) Hannah Wood (10:15) April 20-Jamie Baker (8:00) John Pierceall (10:15) April 27-Doris Rorick (8:00) Marc Fountain (10:15) Children’s Sermon–Carolyn Jones Welcome Center-Carol Mansfield (8:00) Linda Seitz (10:15)
May Volunteers Greeters Alvin & Pat Otte (8:00) Leon & Linda Seitz (10:15) Communion Assistants Lou Ann Hoevener (8:00) John Pierceall (10:15) Altar Care May 4 & 18-Amy Pierceall (10:15) May 11-Shirley Lewis (8:00) May 25-Tammi Reinbold (8:00) Lectors May 4-Jodi Brown (8:00) Leon Seitz (10:15) May 11-Dot Goodwin (8:00) Hannah Wood (10:15) May 18-Susan Holle (8:00) Kendall Alstatt (10:15) May 25-Ruth Ann Newkirk (8:00) Ed DeVoe (10:15) Acolytes May 4-Eliana Baker (8:00) Eli Wood (10:15) May 11-Erin Otte (8:00) Sarah Davis (10:15) May 18-Madison Engelau (8:00) Tyson Lawles (10:15) May 25-Abby Hoevener (8:00) Ariel Douglass (10:15) Projectors May 4-Kaelen Eglen (8:00) Jack Tormoehlen (10:15) May 11-Madison Jones (8:00) Chloe Bryden (10:15) May 18-Jamie Baker (8:00) Kailee Hildebrand (10:15) May 25-Doris Rorick (8:00) Marc Fountain (10:15) Children’s Sermon–Leah Otte Welcome Center-Shirley Lewis (8:00) Michelle Wood (10:15)
Chairman—Terry Searcy Secretary—Linda Newkirk Financial Secretary—Nathan Otte Treasurer—Phyllis Cupp Elders—Larry Lewis & Dean Dringenburg Deacons—Mark Hoffmeier & Larry Guinn Trustees—Howard Wente & Charlotte Guinn
THE CONGREGATIONAL QUARTERLY MEETING is scheduled for April 27th at 9:10 am. CONFIRMATION DAY will be held on Sunday, May 4th at 9:00 am. On that day, there will only be one church service and no Sunday School. CONGRATULATIONS to Mike and Brittany Hoevener on the birth a boy. Wyatt John was born on February 25, 2014.
April 6 :
Below are the lessons and some thoughts about the upcoming Sundays. Please take some time to look over the lesson and reflect upon the questions in preparation of the upcoming weeks in worship.
The lesson for today is the continuation of the trial of Jesus and what should happen to him. Jesus is before Pilate and while Pilate states that he finds no case against Jesus for crucifixion, he gives in to the crowd and the shouts from the people to crucify Jesus. Along with this scene of Jesus being condemned, we hear of the mocking of Jesus by putting on his head a crown of thorns and a purple robe.
Text—John 12:12-17 (Palm Sunday)
Today, we hear of Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem on a donkey. He is greeted with shouts of Hosanna and blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord. While Palm Sunday demonstrates a joyous occasion, this day ushers in Holy Week and the emphasis upon Jesus’ death by crucifixion. The shouts of hosannas turn to crucify him.
The story of Jesus culminates in the women going to the tomb, only to find it empty. When they arrive (planning to anoint the body with spices), they were surprised by the fact that the body was nowhere to be found. Fearing that someone had taken the body, Mary asked the angels where the body was. Jesus then speaks to Mary, but she does not recognize him at first, it is only when Jesus calls her by name that she recognizes Jesus. Then she goes and proclaims to the disciples that she has seen the Lord.
The text for the Second Sunday of Easter is the story of Doubting Thomas. Jesus appears to the disciples, but Thomas was not with them the first time and boldly proclaims that he cannot believe unless he sees for himself. How are we like Thomas? What doubts do you have? Is it okay to have doubts?
ELCA presiding bishop offers four emphases in understanding church
3/10/2014 12:00:00 AM ITASCA, Ill. (ELCA) -- The Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton, presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), introduced four emphases that she has invited leaders to consider in their work as an understanding of this church. During her Feb. 28 report to the ELCA Conference of Bishops, an advisory body of the church that includes 65 synod bishops, the presiding bishop and secretary, Eaton defined these understandings: "We are church, we are Lutheran, we are church together, and we are church for the sake of the world." As she expounded on each of the four emphases, Eaton said that at the center "of our life together is worship, and at the center of our worship is the crucified and risen Christ. We are in the faith formation business; not to get more members, not to get more market share, but to know Christ and Christ crucified." Eaton shared that it is critical for the Conference, the Church Council (the ELCA's board of directors) and others to "understand ourselves as communities of spiritual discernment. It is not just about strategic plans," she said, "but have we been quiet enough to listen to the Holy Spirit? How can we regain the patience and tending to what the Spirit has said to us? "We need to be engaged as individuals and as models to the church in the spiritual disciplines (of) prayer, silence, worship, giving, service and Scripture study," she said. (This comes from part of a news release from the ELCA—I thought this was interesting and wanted to share.)
Encourage one another and build up each other…
1 Thessalonians 5:11, NRSV
MISSION CARE/COMMUNITY CARE:
St. Paul’s next Red Cross Blood Drive will take place in the preschool area on Sunday, June 22, from 8:00 AM to 12 NOON. Watch the Welcome Center for a sign-up sheet in early June. Tell your friends and neighbors walk-ins are welcome! St. Paul’s collection of Lutheran World Relief quilts and kits for this year will be boxed and delivered to Indianapolis in early June. A dedication Sunday will be decided at the April WELCA meeting. Although the number of quilts/blankets made continues to be one of our strengths, donations needed for assembling some of the various ‘kits’ have decreased significantly in the last 10 years. Watch for details in your Sunday bulletin about how YOU can best contribute to this year’s collection. IT’S TIME FOR SPRING CLEANING! Several folks have offered to do basic handyman jobs and cleaning chores for anyone who needs assistance. Contact Trish if you would like some help. The food pantry item being collected in April is Helper meals (hamburger, tune, chicken). Please place your donations in the wooden box in the hallway near the kitchen, or in the basket near the main entry doors. Donations are given to food pantries in Seymour at Provisions, Anchor House, and Human Services. We will continue to collect aluminum tabs for Ronald McDonald House in honor of Riley Children’s Hospital patient Emily Hume until sometime in May. Turn yours in at the Welcome Center! It’s time for the 2nd annual “Care for God’s Creation” Earth Day event set for Saturday, April 26 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM in the church parking lot, rain or shine. Plan to bring your own card table to display the “treasures” you’ve been stashing in your garage, your attic, your closets, or your basement. No money will changes hands --- this will be strictly giveaway items. Please take any unclaimed items home with you at 11 AM or make arrangements with Trish for ‘recycling’. As always, household wastes like plastics, glass, newspaper, etc. can be recycled in the container on the north side of the parking lot. New this year is bike recycling! With the help of United Way, Anchor House, and Sertoma usable bicycles will be repaired and given to needy adults and children. Bring your usable bikes to be recycled in this way, and if you want to get rid of a rusty old bike that isn’t of use, bring it for the steel recycling! Debbie Hackman, Jackson Co. Recycling District’s Executive Director, will arrange a scrap steel collection again this year with the proceeds up for grabs! RECYCLING TIP (If you have a good idea for a recipient, let Trish know ASAP. Last OF THE MONTH year we made over $400 which went to the Jackson Co. Clothing Center!) Breaking down cardboard boxes A new and improved “PLANT GIVEAWAY” is set for Saturday, May before tossing 24 in the church parking lot from 9AM to 11AM. New ideas them into our recycling container this year include encouraging new gardeners, helping peosaves A LOT of space. Please try ple prior to the event who might be unable to dig their own to flatten your boxes first so our plants to give away, and donating any unclaimed plants to a container doesn’t seem full before local “free store” after our event. Save the date on your calit actually is full. endar and watch for more info in the May newsletter.
FREE MOVIE for Seniors at YES! Cinema on Tuesday, April 1. No Fooling! Thanks to the frigid weather we’ve experienced this Winter, it’s been since November that our group of moviegoers has made a trip to Columbus for a picture show! A carpool will leave the church parking lot at 12:15 and return between 4:00 and 5:00. Please sign up at the Welcome Center so transportation can be arranged. The movie title will be available a few days prior to the event at www.mojo1029.com. Questions? Please contact Trish Tangman. Borchers Breakfast Club (BBC) meets every Thursday from 9:00 to 12:00 for breakfast, activities, and social time. YOU are welcome to join the group just for breakfast, or for the entire morning! Leftovers from weekly BBC breakfasts are available to be delivered to anyone who would appreciate this effort. If you or someone you know might like an occasional delivery of free breakfast goodies, please let Joe Hoene or Trish Tangman know. Seniors are on the move! Now that the weather is getting warmer, thoughts are turning toward getting out and seeing some interesting sights beyond our community. Watch for details about a trip for seniors to Stream Cliff Herb Farm near Commiskey, IN that is planned for May. Plans are also being made for the annual Senior Day Camp outing which will take place Thursday, June 12 during VBS Day Camp. NEED HELP WITH ODD JOBS JUNE 9-13? Again this year during Day Camp middle schoolers will be working on projects in groups of 4 or 5 kids per job. They will be donating their time to help local elderly folks with odd jobs such as window washing, pulling weeds, clearing brush, and trimming shrubs. If you have an idea for this week, please contact Carolyn Jones.
HEALTH & WELLNESS CARE:
Join seniors for a simple, low-impact exercise time on Thursday mornings. This program is designed to help seniors with balance and flexibility; thereby helping them to avoid debilitating falls. These chair exercises will be held soon after breakfast and end with plenty of time left for board games and cards! Get out and Walk tHIS Way on Sunday, April 27. It’s a fun way for the entire family to get some exercise while raising money which will be put to good use by the WINGS group. See details elsewhere in this newsletter. Weather will soon allow us to enjoy the marked trails in the Picnic Grove once again. Take time to BE STILL and observe the wonders in God’s creation! Be on the lookout for wildflowers and baby creatures!
Care of the military display box in the narthex has been taken over by Heidi Rust. If you have suggestions for the display or would like to have someone you know included, please let Heidi know. A photo and a brief biography are displayed for active military personnel. Inclusion is not limited to members, but is also open to spouses, siblings, children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, etc. of members. We thank Betty Moorman for her faithful attention to the display in the past! Celebrating 100 years!!! Many folks remember Pastor Bob Sullivan’s mother, Mabel, who lived in this area when Pastor Bob and Rita served St. Paul. On April 21 Mabel will turn 100 and her family is planning a celebration at the facility where she resides in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. There’s a basket on the Welcome Center in which to place individual birthday cards and greetings by April 6. Sunday school kids will also be decorating a large card which will be on display in the narthex. Please sign the card made by the kids and it will be mailed to Mabel, along with the cards from the basket, for her birthday celebration.
Stephen Minister Ruth Hoffmeier will be attending a week-long Stephen Ministry Leadership Training Conference (LTC) in St. Louis, MO in April. Ruth will be trained to be a Stephen Leader which will allow her to take a larger leadership role in Stephen Ministry at St. Paul. The LTC teaches skills needed to keep Stephen Ministry vibrant and strong, and prepares attendees to effectively implement Stephen Ministry in their local congregations. Please pray that Ruth gains helpful insights and returns with renewed enthusiasm for our Stephen Ministry.
St. Paul’s Youth and Family Ministries
Sunday School Kids Sunday School kids will be singing at both services on Easter Sunday April 20. They will be practicing during the Sunday School hour on Sunday April 6 and Sunday April 13. Daycamp Daycamp is only 2 months away and planning is underway. This year’s Daycamp Theme is Pandamania and will be held June 9-13. There are sign-up sheets at the Welcome Center for volunteers. There are many opportunities for people to help out and it is so much appreciated. There are also Registration Forms at the Welcome Center. Every person whether they are a camper, adult helper, or youth helper need to fill out a registration form . This helps us have a better idea of how many t-shirts to order. If anyone has any questions see Carolyn or Tyler. TREATS TREATS will have a picnic in the Picnic Grove on Sunday, April 13 after the 10:15 service. Food will be provided. Please sign-up in the office, so that enough food can be prepared. Contact Tyler Claycamp with questions.
Adult Bells Adult Bells will practice at 6:00 pm on April 2, 9, 16 and April 23, 30 at 6:30 Praise Team Praise Team will practice on Sunday April 6, April 13 during Sunday School. We will sing at worship on Sunday, May 4 (Confirmation Sunday) at 9:00am. Praise Team is open to anyone grade 6-adult. We invite anyone who likes to sing to join us! Luther League The Luther League youth will have an outing on Sunday, April 6 at 11:30 to Hoosier Heights Bloomington to go Rock Climbing. The cost is $15.00 per person and bring money for a fast food lunch on the way there. Sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board in the office. We will also be meeting at the church on Sunday, April 13 at 5:30. We will be going over the Sunrise Service and planning for the Sunrise Breakfast. Pizza and drinks will be served at the meeting. We really need everyone in attendance to make this a good service. We will have a rehearsal on Friday, April 18 at 8:00pm (after the Good Friday Service) to run through the service. The sunrise service will be on Easter Sunday, April 20 at 6:30am. Everyone needs to be at the church around 6:00am so we are ready to go. The breakfast will follow the service. We need parents to help in the kitchen while the youth lead the service.
Carolyn’s Office Hours: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Home Phone: 497-3338 Cell Phone: 521-0281 Tyler Claycamp (Intern): Cell Phone 216-7027 Email: Tclaycamp@gmail.com
St. Paul’s Y&F Ministries—continued
Jr. High Jr. High Youth will be having an outing on Sunday, April 6 at 11:30 to Hoosier Heights in Bloomington to go Rock Climbing. The cost is $15.00 per person and bring money for fast food lunch on the way there. We will need parents to help belay for the climbers. Sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board in the office. Jr high youth will host the Lenten Meal on Wednesday, April 9 at 5:30. We will be serving Lasagna, salad, garlic bread, desserts. You will receive a text as to what to bring. Parents will be needed to help around 5:00 if possible. Kids need to be there at 5:15-5:30. We will also be hiding the Easter eggs for the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19 at 9:00am. Tweeners The Tweeners will serve the meal on Wednesday, April 2 at 5:30. Please, be at the church by 5:00 that day to prepare food
Will meet on Tuesday, April 15th 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall. Hostess is Carol Mansfield. The Bible Study Leader will be Bertha Otte.
Will meet on Thursday, April 3rd at 7:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. Jodi Brown is hostess.
Will meet at 7:30 pm on Thursday April 3rd at Luci Angel’s Home. The Bible Study Leader will be Laberta Otte.
WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICES— During the Season of Lent, we will be offering Wednesday Night services. These services will begin at 7:00 PM. There will be a meal prior to the services beginning at 5:30 PM. Additionally, we will have a short hymn sing prior to the services beginning at 6:50 PM. This year, it will be a dramatic dialogue called Dateline: Jerusalem Below are the dates for the Lenten Services along with the focus for that night: nd April 2 —Mary Magdalene th April 9 —John th April 17 —The Centurion THE FIRST COMMUNION CLASS will receive their first communion on Maundy Thursday during the 7:00 pm service on April 17th. There will be a Seder Supper prior to the service at 5:45 pm for those who have completed the class and their family members along with church members. Please sign up at the Welcome Center if you plan to attend the Seder Supper. THE ANNUAL EGG HUNT (for child up to 5th grade) sponsored by the WINGS group will be on Saturday April 19th at 1:00 pm in the Picnic Grove weather permitting. (in the church if bad weather). OPPORTUNITY FOR PRAYER— During 2014, one of my emphases for ministry is prayer. As a way to be intentional about praying, I will be offering two different times each month for people to gather for the sole purpose of praying together. We will gather for about a half hour and spend the time lifting up a variety of requests and whatever else is on people’s minds. The dates in April for these prayer gatherings are: Sunday, April 13th @ 7 PM and Wednesday, April 30th @ 8:00 PM. Any questions, please talk with Pastor Steve. If you are unable to come, you are still invited to take time during these appointed times to pray and lift up a variety of requests and petitions to God. THE 2014 IK SYNOD ASSEMBLY is June 5-7 in Indianapolis. The congregation is to send two people (one male and one female) to be the voting member at this event. If you are interested in being a voting member to this event, please talk with Pastor Steve. PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY will meet on April 9th and 16th at 1:30 pm in the Narthex.
WELCA (Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) will meet on Thursday, April 24th at 7:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. All women of the church age 18 and over, are invited to attend. Ruth Circle is hostess. BOOK BUZZ will meet at 1:00 PM on Monday, April 28 in the narthex. The title of the book to be discussed is Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. The book is available through Evergreen. A variety of different book genres has been read and the group is always open to suggestions. Call Michelle Wood @ 522-7421 or Trish Tangman @ 371-1018 for more details. A DEVOTIONAL SERVICE will be held at 8:30 am on April 3rd in the Borchers Chapel. CONFIRMATION CLASS will meet on April 13th at 11:45 until 1:45 pm. The youth that will be confirmed on May 4th will make their Confirmation Banners following the class. This is a fun activity for the youth and parents are encouraged to come help. DEAR FRIENDS IN CHRIST, Words can scarcely express my gratitude to the community of St. Paul Lutheran Borchers. I am profoundly honored and humbled to have been selected to receive your generous scholarship. May God bless your Lenten Journey. Thank you once again for your assistance. The People of Borchers will be in my prayers. Peace be with each of you! —Creighton Leptak, Jr READ ALL ABOUT IT! By the Mission Out Reach Room you will find a collection box for gently used and new books appropriate for reading levels 1st through 7th grade. Books will be donated to Lutheran Outdoor Ministries Reading Camp, a week long summer camp devoted to struggling readers. The books collected at St. Paul will be given to attendees to take home with them after camp, and used to practice their skills throughout the summer. This is a great opportunity to weed books from your child’s collection he/she may have outgrown, and pass them on to benefit another child! If you have questions about donating books or about the camp, contact Susie Alstatt at 524.0947.
Refreshments & Door Prizes Giveaway Items: Call to reserve your space (no charge) Fill a table with ‘goodies’ from your garage, basement, or closets. Search other people’s tables for free ‘goodies’ Household Recycling: Plastic #1—#7, aluminum, steel cans, Paper, cardboard, magazines, office paper, Paperboard (like cereal boxes), newspaper, telephone books, glass Bicycle Recycling: Usable bicycles will be spiffed up and given to needy adults and children. Scrap Steel Recycling: Junk bicycles, metal fence posts, fencing, scrap roofing, rebar, auto parts, signs NO businesses, NO tires NO hazardous waste For more info or to reserve a space: Call St. Paul-Borchers @ 522-7364 For recycling questions: Call Debbie Hackman @ 525-9367
An Earth Day Event
Location: St. Paul Lutheran Church (Borchers) parking lot RAIN OR SHINE
PALM SUNDAY-April 13th
Regular Worship Schedule
MAUNDY THURSDAY-April 17th
Seder Supper- Those who are receiving their First communion, along with family, friends and members of the congregation, will gather for a Seder Supper at 5:45 pm on Maundy Thursday. Please sign up on the sheet at the Welcome Center if you plan to come. So food can be planned.
Maundy Thursday Worship at
Worship at 7:00 pm
GOOD FRIDAY-April 18th EASTER DAY-April 20th
Sunrise Service at 6:30 pm Breakfast at 7:00 am (Free will Offering) Worship Service at 8:00 am 9:00 am Sunday School Worship Service 10:15 am
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