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The Messenger

Emmanuel United Church of Christ


36821 Sunset Drive Oconomowoc, WI 53066
PO Box 216 Dousman, WI 53118
Rev. Nansi Hawkins, Pastor
(262) 965-2429 pastor@seeyouonsunday.org
www.seeyouonsunday.org

JUNE / JULY 2015


WORSHIP SCHEDULE

June

July

June 7
Mark 4:35-41
The Wind and Waves Obey Him
Prayers for the Schroeders, Katie
Siegel, Terry Skiba & Jeannie Phelan

Holy Communion

Food Pantry Sunday (bring


donations and place in the
receptacle located in the
foyer.

Order SCRIP

July 5
HYMNSING!
America the Beautiful
Prayers for Marian Speerless & Stephen
Turley, Charlotte Voigt,
Kristen Voskuil & Adam Brandes

Independence day celebrationbring your friends for a great


Sunday!

Touch the Sky


Oh, for summer days, laying on the grass
watching the clouds. We let time slip away as
the forms unfold before us, as the sun warms
our face, and the gypsy breeze plays with our
hair. When was the last time we have allowed
ourselves this great pleasure? When was the
last time we have just allowed ourselves to Be,
without being driven to Do? If there is a time for
the re-creation of our souls, it is this: when we
can allow our imaginations to meander in the
clouds and feel our spirit dance on the wind.
John Magee wrote a wonderful poem that
gives some sense of the blessing of such a
summer day- a day given over to the touch of
the sun and the breeze, and the great gift of
being alive. Dear friends, may we know such
days as we embrace the summer before us.

High Flight
By John Magee
O! I have slipped the surly bonds of earth
And danced the skies on laughter-silvered
wings;
Sunward Ive climbed and joined with tumbling
mirth
Of sun-split clouds- and done a hundred things
You have not dreamed of-wheeled and soared
and swung
High in the sunlit silence. Hovring there,
Ive chased the shouting wind along and flung
My eager craft through footless halls of air
Up, up, the long delirious, burning blue
Ive topped the wind-swept heights with easy
grace,
Where never lark or even eagle flewAnd, while with silent, lifting mind Ive tread
The high untrespassed sanctity of space
Put out my hand and touched the face of
God.
Blessings, Pastor Hawkins

June 14
Mark 5:1-20
Healing the Madness
Prayers for the Staneks, Julia
Starbuck, the Stellings

Outdoor Worship on the patio!

Coffee Hour

Stewards meeting (time TBA)


June 21
Guest Preacher:
Rev. Richard T. Hawkins
Prayers for Fran Szymkowski, the
Tamez & Teerlinck families

Fathers Day

(Pastor Hawkins is in Montana


for her annual Sisters Week)

10:45- Council meeting


June 28

Guest Preacher:
Kristen Voskuil
Prayers for the Thompsons, Steve
Thompson, Jamie Thomson

(Pastor Hawkins is at the UCC


General Synod in Cleveland)

July 12
Mark 5:21-34
Outdoor Worship & Picnic
Prayers for the Welchs, Jan Wilson,
Joanne Winchell & Dave Fracaro

11:30 AM Outdoor Worship (NOTE


TIME CHANGE)

Worship in Cory Park (Dousman)


followed by a potluck picnic &
Dousman Frogs baseball game!

Set up fellowship hall for


July 19

Guest Preacher:
Julia Starbuck
Prayers for Kathy Zebrowski,
the Zenges & the Alaimos
(Pastor Hawkins on vacation
through July 29)

July 26

Guest Preacher:
Jeannie Phelan
Prayers for the Beardas, Bensings and
Ron Blaschuk & Francine Langlais

(Pastor Hawkins on vacation


through July 29)

11 AM- Derby Days parade!

June Committees

HYMN TIDBITS

Communion Preparation for June 7: Joanne Winchell/Bette


Schroeder
Communion Assistants: Ben Lui & Stephen Turley
Coffee Hour Committee for June 14: Lorna/Jere Marheine, Mary
Edwards, Nancy Edwards, Sue/Gary Phelps, Fran/Ken Pike, Amy
Plum, Mary Fran Roberts
Cleaning the Church: Sharon Perez, Evelyn Faircloth, Sharon
Logemann

7
14
21
28

Greeters
Carol Pfalz
Joanne Winchell
& Bette Schroeder
Mike & Melanie
Laur
Shirlene Hazelberg

Ushers
Gail Tamez/
Kristen Voskuil
Connie Motelet/
Ken Pike
Kris Davidson/
Donna Newland
Sue & Tom
Stelling

Scripture
Readers
Ben Lui
Chris Teerlinck
Mark
Thompson
Marian
Speerless

July Committees
Communion Preparation for July 5: Julia Starbuck
Communion Assistants: Wesley Hazelberg & Mike Misch
Potluck Set-up Committee for July 12: Kristen Voskuil, Bette
Schroeder, Joanne Winchell, Anne/Mike Misch, Samantha
Richards, Steve Thompson
Cleaning the Church: Joanne Winchell, Bette Schroeder, Kristen
Voskuil

12
19

26

Greeters
Kris Davidson

Natasha & Justin


Sneesby
Kathy Zebrowski

Marian Speerless &


Stephen Turley

Ushers
Auk Bearda/
Shirlene
Hazelberg
Deb Morgan/
Ken Pike
Kris Davidson/
Sharon
Logemann
Mary Branson/
Michael Clark

On her way there, her train took her through the World's
Columbian Exposition in Chicago, with its alabaster
buildings proclaiming the promise of a bright future.
Then it took her through the Kansas wheat fields of
America's heartland,
and brought her up to the majestic view of the Great
Plains from high atop Pikes Peak in Colorado. She saw it
all, one nation, one land, one people. And on the
pinnacle of Pikes Peak, she wrote the poem we sing
today, America the Beautiful.
When Richard Nixon visited the People's Republic of
China in 1972, this song was played by the Chinese as the
welcome music. The Chinese characters for United States
literally mean "Beautiful Country." And it is, in fact, just
that. The Beautiful Country.

Scripture
Readers
Mike Misch

Ben Lui
Wesley
Hazelberg
Mark
Thompson

HUNGER KNOWS NO SEASON...

Sharon Perez, who faithfully takes our


food pantry donations in each month
is reporting that the donation
receptacle has been very light in
recent months. Emmanuel designates
the first Sunday of each month as
Food Pantry Sunday. Please remember to bring some
non-perishable food items and place them in the
receptacle located in the foyer. Our donations go to the
Kettle Moraine Food Pantry which is located just south of
Wales. Thank you.

WEDDING JOYS!

America the Beautiful, which will be


the centerpiece for our July 5
Independence Day hymnsing, was
written by Katharine Lee Bates. Bates was an English
professor at Wellesley College just outside of Boston. In
1895, at the age of thirty-three, she took a train trip to
Colorado, to teach a summer course at Colorado
College.

We wish these happy couples joy!


June 6- Melanie Ignatowski and Mike Laur
June 13- Kristen Newland and Jared Kramer

Adult Fellowship News....


We mourn the passing of our dear member, Nancy Allen.
She enjoyed attending our meetings and events and we
thoroughly enjoyed having her as part of the group.
Regular monthly meetings will resume in fellowship hall on
September 8 at 1:00 PM. Until then.....it appears well be
spending the summer eating.....
JUNE 9
Were going to Rons Cozy Corner for lunch. Meet at
church at 11 AM- reservation for lunch at 1l:30 AM.
JULY 14
Lunch at Maxims in Oconomowoc. Meet at church at 11
AM- reservation for lunch at 11:30 AM.
AUGUST 11
Potluck picnic, 12:00 noon in fellowship hall. Bring a dish
to share and a white elephant prize for bingo. (Planning
for the Aug. 29th Rummage Sale Food Counter.)

Nancy Allen

passed away on
April 27th following a courageous
battle with cancer. She joined
Emmanuel
along
with
her
daughter, Gail Tamez just two
years ago....our time with her was
too short... We miss her warm smile and her jovial
disposition. Nancy was member of our Adult Fellowship
ladies group and regularly attended worship until the
cancer took her health.
A service in celebration of her life was held at Emmanuel
on May 3rd. Along with her daughter, Gail and Gails
family, son-in-law Sal and grandsons Andrew and Robert,
Nancy is survived by three daughters and one son and
their families, three brothers and a sister. She was
preceded in death by her husband Morris, her daughter
Patricia, her granddaughter Grace and her parents, Paul
and Harriette Yearwood.

JUNE
BIRTHDAYS
Roger Nathan

Lois Jones

16

Kristen Newland

Lorna Marheine

17

Jay Obenberger

Joanne Winchell

17

Reid Spencer

Corrine Mayer

18

Connie Motelet

Jessie Brinkmann

21

Bruce Fairbanks

10

Andrew Powell

27

Judy Stanek

15

Steve Thompson

29

Nancy was a lifelong nurse, having graduated from


Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing in 1960. Activities
she enjoyed included scrapbooking, writing poems,
gardening and collecting dolls. She
loved life and loved her family.
She was lovingly cared for by her
family with the aid of Aurora at
Home Hospice in her final weeks.

ANNIVERSARIES
Anne & Mike Misch

Sue & Tom Stelling

13

Chris & Brian Teerlinck

12

Nansi & Dick Hawkins

17

Elizabeth & Gary


Scherper

13

Renee & Jay


Obenberger

20

JULY
BIRTHDAYS
Marjore
Thompson
Bob Krantz

Jack Newland

16

Julia Starbuck

21

Sammie Bensing

Jim Langreder

23

Wesley
Hazelberg
Alex Langreder

Bill Carpenter

26

TJ Lui

27

Cory Honeyager

12

Cathryn Misch

29

Wayne Faircloth

13

Mikey Phelan

29

Nancy Edwards

14

Ben Obenberger

30

ANNIVERSARIES
Minnie & Bruce
Fairbanks
Karen & John Quaden
Marian Speerless &
Stephen Turley
Lorna & Jere Marheine

Christy & John Lui

27

7
7

Amy & Steve Plum


Francine Langlais & Ron
Blaschuk
Auk & Douwe Bearda

29
30

12

31

Our love and support will continue


with Gail, Sal, Andrew and Robert.
Rest in peace dear friend.

This is always a good message,


but I thought it particularly
appropriate with our rummage
sale in the near future!
Jesus, looking at him, loved him
and said, You lack one thing;
go, sell what you own, and give
the money to the poor, and you will have treasure in
heaven; then come, follow me. Mark 10:21
Jesus' challenge to the rich ruler to give up all possessions
is quite unsettling, as many of us would be the first to
admit that we, indeed, have more than we actually
'need'. We may not be Warren Buffett rich, or Oprah
Winfrey rich, but rich enough, most of us with a house,
job, education, transportation and food.
Doris Powell, author of Stewards in the Household of God,
says, Years ago when this was the Bible passage read in
church, I worried about what our minister might say. After
pointing out that Jesus would not be likely to ask the
same thing of everyone, he went on to suggest an
approach to faithfully deal with possessions. Step 1: Go
through your possessions, identify your excess, and give it
away. Whoever has two coats must share with anyone
who has none; and whoever has food must do likewise.
-Luke 3:11 Step 2: Learn to distinguish needs from
wants lest you reacquire an excess. Step 3: For those
possessions you've kept, find ways to share them.
-Kris Davidson, Board of Stewards

The Emmanuel UCC Rummage AND Bake


Sale is Coming on Saturday, August 29th!
Until then, there is lots to do.

Donate!

Prior to Sunday, August 9th: Place your items in the


garage. If you have items that are delicate or fabric,
please place them under the rectangular tables
against the wall on the Parking lot side in Fellowship
Hall for Kristen to deal with.
On or After Sunday, August 9th: Smaller items can be
brought to the last two rooms on the left hand side in
the Sunday School wing. Larger items can be put in
the garage.
Baked goods or other homemade items can be
delivered starting Sunday, August 23rd up through
the day of the sale. Use your best judgment on how
long they can sit. Please, no items that need
refrigeration and pre-package all items in a sellable
wrapping or container.
We can only accept flat-screened monitors or
televisions for donation. This is because Goodwill and
other agencies have stopped accepting tube style
screens and TVs.
Please no adult clothing other than coats, shoes,
purses or hats.

Sort!

This can be done by anyone at anytime. Just go to


the Sunday School rooms anytime after August 9th
and place any unsorted items by the sign for their
categories. If a category for the item has not been
created yet, grab a piece of paper for a sign and
start one.

Price and Display!

Starting on Sunday, August 23rd through Friday,


August 28th masses of wonderful things will need to
be brought from the donation rooms and garage to
fellowship hall. They will then be organized, displayed,
and priced for sale.

Sell, sell, sell!

On Saturday the 29th we will need some early risers to


come at 6am and set up.
Shifts beginning at 8am until 4pm will need to be
staffed to sell the items.

Clean-up!

On Monday, August 31st any items remaining after our


blowout name your price free-for-all on Sunday the
30th after church, will need to be packed up for the
Charity truck.

If you have any questions, please contact the sale


organizer Kristen Voskuil at 608-698-0377 or
kristenvoskuil1@gmail.com. Also if you have particularly
valuable or precious items that you would want a reserve
price to be met before selling or that need special care,
contact Kristen to make arrangements.
Thank you all so much! Kristen

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
Church School and Adult Bible Study are on
summer hiatus, returning...
Bible Study: September 8th
Church School: September 13th

June & July


SCRIP Ordering Schedule
Unless we hear otherwise, SCRIP orders will
be taken the first Sunday in both June and
July...June 7 and July 5.
Pastor Nansi is in need of gas and grocery gift
cards, so if you are able to spare an extra $20,
please order one of these for her Care Fund.

June 14- WORSHIP ON THE PATIO.

Well be
worshiping on the west Patio, followed by our monthly
Coffee Hour in Fellowship Hall.

July 12- EMMANUEL FUN DAY- at Cory Park


in Dousman

11:30AM- Worship (note the change in time!)


12:30- Potluck Picnic
1:30pm- Minor League Baseball game with the Dousman
Frogs vs the Burlington Barons AT Cory Park. GO FROGS!!!

Derby Days Parade


Sunday, July 26

brain based disorder that presents many challenges, both


mentally and physically including insatiable hunger.
As a church you all are so generous and Social Concerns
members are so grateful for all your help.

MISSIONS OF EMMANUEL
Family Promise of Western Waukesha County

Our third round of hosting Family Promise is finished. Thank


you to everyone who participated. I'm sure you will agree
that in addition to helping others, we have a great
opportunity to get to know our fellow church members
better. Here is an update on some of the families we
have hosted.

Mark your calendars....the Emmanuel Praise Band, Float &


Kids will be in this years parade!
Parents: keep that date open so your kids can
participate!
Everyone else: as the time draws closer, well be asking
for donations of wrapped candy for the kids to hand
out...and come to the parade to support all involved

Guest Preachers in June and July...


Pastor Nansi will be away on vacation and attending the
UCC General Synod in Cleveland...in her absence, this
will be the schedule of Guest Preachers. THANK YOU ALL
for volunteering!
June 21:
June 28
July 19
July 26

Rev. Dick Hawkins


Kristen Voskuil
Julia Starbuck
Jeannie Phelan

MISSION & OUTREACH


Singing Bowl

Thanks to everyone who generously gave


your loose change to Doctors Without
Borders. It will go far to help their mission. We
raised $511.62.
Just a reminder our Singing Bowl collections continue for
Dryhootch for the months of June, July, & August.
Dryhootch provides veterans and their families with a
stable, substance-free environment, offering programs to
gather, grow and enhance their post-service lives. Please
give generously to our veterans who have given so much
to us! Thank You.
Social Concerns will be collecting books for Prader-Willi
Homes of Oconomowoc clients. They need books from
preschool thru high school. Board books, picture books,
childrens cook books, books about presidents, nature
books. Just about anything. These children love to read
no matter what level they are. Prader-Willi Syndrome is a

Chy Chy and Kimberly are living in their own apartment in


Waukesha and doing great. Chy Chy loves her
apartment and is working with workforce development
and going to school to get her CNA.
Amanda and baby Jayden are doing well. Jayden is 3
months old -Amanda and baby live in Okauchee.
Amanda is still at McDonalds and Jayden is in a near-by
day care.
Cody, Rachel, and Amiah are a happy family. They love
their new apartment in Sussex. Cody has a full time job,
and Rachel is staying home with the baby. They have
reconnected with Rachel's family and they are an
excellent support system for this young family.
Stephanie and Avery have been a joy to host. Everyone
loves holding that precious baby.
Mitchell attends Silver Lake middle school and Denise
continues to work with FP to find housing for her family.
One of her 13 year old twin girls is scheduled for an MRI at
the end of the month to diagnose a heart problem.
Several other families have graduated through the
program, but they were not hosted at our church. Our
next hosting week is currently scheduled for August 2-9.

Treasurers Report April 2015


Total Pledges received for April 2015
Total Pledges received in April last year
Total Income for April 2015
Total Expense for April 2015
Checking account balance as of 4-3015

8,483.00
8,605.00
11,837.80
19,505.46
5,924.10

*Total income of $11,837.80 includes designated


funds for:
Singing Bowl
158.80
WI Conference Offerings (OCWM
873.00
donations & special offerings)
Please direct questions or comments to Jeanne Phelan
(414-940-4464) or Kathy Zebrowski, (646-8882).

Keeping in touch
THANK YOU ALWAYS TO

Dousman Meals drivers for May:


Charlotte Voigt, Sharon Logemann, Kris
Davidson, Auk Bearda, Sue Stelling,
Lorna & Jere Marheine.

Carol Pfalz, Kathy Zebrowski,


Sandie Horne, Kris Davidson and Gail Tamez for
cleaning the church in May.
EVERYONE who helped with our May 3rd clean up of
the church grounds and highway.
Everyone who helped during our May Family Promise
hosting week!

Ongoing Prayers: Jan Wilson, Ryan Dockstader, Terry


Skiba, Elizabeth Scherper, Judy & Ferd Stanek, Katie
Siegel, Bill Carpenter; Gregg Jarrett; Erin Harmann; those
fighting cancer: Sandy Jarretts sister-in-law Jeep; Aaron
Abrahams father, Don; Laurie Bucketts niece, Sharon;
Jeannie Phelans brother-in-law, Connie; Kathy
Zebrowskis brother-in-law, Lou; Marian Speerless niece,
Suzanne; Charlotte Voigts sister, Marguerite; Rev. Dick
Hawkins brother-in-law, Arthur; Steve Thompsons
brother, Wayne; Pastor Nansis friend Bonnie; Simone
Nathans friend and Doe Macarus.

Greeters! Can you be at church by 9 AM on any given


Sunday? Can you smile and greet people as they arrive
for worship? Then youre the perfect candidate to be a
Sunday Greeter! Please sign up.

Church Cleaners! We need at least 4 people each


month to clean the church- please sign up.

Dousman Meals Drivers- Looking for people available


over the lunch hour during the week to deliver hot meals
to home-bound people in our area. The meals are
prepared and picked up at 3 Pillars, delivered to the
client and then their empty trays and your clipboard are
returned to 3 Pillars. If you available from about 11:45 AM
1 PM, PLEASE CHECK THIS OUT! Our faithful drivers would
love you to join in this ministry. You need not be available
each day....even one day will be helpful.

PRECIOUS METALS RECYCLING

Keep those bags of cans coming! Place


your aluminum cans and other precious
metals (brass, copper etc.) in bags outside
the garage. THANK YOU!

Those in need of healing: Lois Jones, who is


recovering from a recent back surgery.

Our Caregivers: Elizabeth Scherper, Ann Carpenter


and Judy Stanek

All those in harms way serving overseas

Ferd and Judy Stanek moved to the Three Pillars

Compass Point Community on May 9th. Here is their new


information:
365 Sunset Drive Apt. 2028
(262) 965-7272

Samantha Douglas, Tim Murray, Beau Murray &


Hannah Hinrichs are moving the end of May. Their new
address will be 266 Johnston Drive, Dousman 53118.

Outdoor Grounds Maintenance!

the lawn mowing.

Bed maintenance and lawn


mowing season are upon us. Sign
up to maintain a flower bed AND
speak to Tom Stelling to help with

Adult Fellowship

Corrine Mayer
Donna Newland
Christian Education Board/ Sue Phelps
Church School
Council
Mike Alaimo
Deacons Board
Kristen Voskuil
Financial Secretary (countsLaurie Buckett
offering & keeps records)
Family Promise
Charlotte Voigt
Sue Stelling
Pastor/Parish Relations
Mary Branson
Committee
Kerry Alaimo
Joel Lashley
Prayer Requests
Pastor Hawkins
Donna Newland
Rummage Sale
Kristen Voskuil

431-4046
965-4022
646-3920

SCRIP program

965-2545

Laurie Buckett

608-432-8253
608-698-3777
965-2545
646-2701
965-3498
5671493
608-432-8253
262-370-9141
965-2429
965-4022
608-698-0377

Singing Bowl- same info as Social Concerns


Social Concerns Board

Christine Lang

370-7584

Stewards Board

Leanne Harmann

853-5577

Treasurer (issues checks)


Trustees Board

Jeannie Phelan
Kathy Zebrowski
Gary Phelps

414-940-4464
646-8882
646-3920

Ushering Team

Kristen Voskuil

608-698-3777

Looking forward to AUGUST


Sun.

Each
2

Sun.

M-F

10-14

Sun.

16

Thurs
.

20

SunFri
Sat.

23-28
29

9:30 AM Worship & Nursery Care


Holy Communion/Food Pantry Sunday/order
SCRIP
Family Promise Hosting Week begins (ending
Aug. 9)
Begin bringing in Rummage Sale donations
and place in the last two Sunday School
rooms on the north (left) side of the hallway.
Meetings: Boards of Social Concerns &
Trustees 10:45 AM

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EUCC delivers the Dousman Area Home


Meals
Blessing of the Animals outdoor service
Council meeting 10:45 AM
SUMMER FUN NIGHT! 5:30-8 PM
Potluck & activities for ALL AGES!
Rummage Sale Set-Up
EUCC Annual Rummage Sale...ALL HANDS
ON DECK!!
8 AM 4 PM

MARK YOUR CALENDARS


AUG. 16 IS THE BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS!
Bring your goldfish, hamsters, turtles (and dogs, of course!) The
more the merrier for this wonderful outdoor service!

AUG. 20, 5:30-8:00PM


EMMANUEL SUMMER FUN NIGHT!

Games! Potluck! Good times for all ages! Were even


going to put the volleyball net up to see whos middle
name should be Spike! In addition, for those adults who
arent into volleyball, Dick Hawkins will be teaching a 45
minute class on New Testament scriptures that arent in
our Bible (the Non-Canonical scriptures.) See below for a
description
THE NON-CANONICAL SCRIPTURES
These are ancient texts used by the early church that
arent found in our Bibles. The earliest years of Christianity
were filled with roiling creativity and passion. Many
people wrote versions of the life of Christ (gospels), texts
trying to understand what Christs life, death and
resurrection meant (theology), and encouragement to
other believers. These texts were used during worship
services throughout the Christian world. But in the church
controversies of the first through fourth centuries, there
had to be winners and losers as to who was included in
the final canon (the 27 books that made it into the New
Testament). Over the centuries, the other non-canonical
works fell out of use, and then were forgotten entirely
until recent archaeological digs. Needless to say, the
theological world was excited when they discovered this
whole new treasure of writings!
Aug. 20 from 7-7:45pm, Dick Hawkins will be giving an
introductory study on these scriptures not found in the
Bible. Come and jump into this whole new world that has
been discovered!

May you enjoy the grass as it tickles your


toes and the flowers as they tickle your
fancy

May 31st was Graduate Day at Emmanuel....we offer our congratulations to all...
Drew Powell: After school is over I am going to live it up and have all the fun I can have
before I leave for Fort Jackson in South Carolina for my Basic Training for the Army Reserves.
After that I go to Fort Lee in Virginia for my a.i.t. Training (specific job training). When I return
in February I will be looking for a new car or truck and I'll be looking for a job as a mechanic
since my military training will be a 91Bravo a wheeled vehicle mechanic. I will also be
attending a technical school for more schooling.

Xavier Hazelberg: After high school, I'm planning on attending UW- Madison; at this
point in time, I'm planning on majoring in Biomedical Engineering, as I really enjoy
Biology. - Xavier Hazelberg

Ryan Dockstader: Ryan graduated with his Associates Degree from UW Waukesha, and
starts a 2-year stint at Carroll College in September to get his BA in Early Childhood Education.
He wants to be a teacher- and will be a great one because he loves kids! He loves them so
much that hes going to be the music teacher for our church school next September, too!
Ryan won an award of Achievement from the Yoga Club for making an outstanding positive
impact on the campus community. He was nominated by the clubs adviser, Dr. Subhangi
Stalder. He also received the Lynn Knight scholarship and the Founders scholarship from
Carroll University. Here is a portion of Dr. Stalders comments, read at the graduation ceremony about Ryan: I
cannot think of anyone more deserving of the yoga club achievement award than Ryan. Ryan has been the
vice president of the club but actually most of the time he actually did the presidents and treasures jobs as
well. He is very caring, kind and sensitive person. It was with his diligence, creativity and persistence the club
succeeded this last year. Ryan single handedly often did work for all three officers. His work to start the $1
campaign for Nepal Earth quake was very noticeable and allowed the club to reach its goal of $1000. Ryan
also was the recipient of the Lynn Knight Yoga Club scholarship this year. He has assimilated the true essence
and spirit of the yoga club.

Marie Mayer: Marie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a


double major (political science & English) from the College of Letters &
Sciences at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Future plans??? Finding a
job!!

Peggy Hazelberg: I graduated with honors of Magna Cum Laude from Carroll
University with my Bachelors of Science in Nursing on May 10, 2015. I have always had a
passion for pregnant mommies and newborns and is very pleased that I got a job at
Waukesha Memorial Hospital as a Labor and Delivery Nurse. I start my job on June 8.
Thank you to the wonderful congregation for always being so supportive of me going
back to school!!!

Worship & Nursery Care 9:30 AM each Sunday


Sunday School will resume in September

June
SUNDAY

PASTOR NANSI OUT OF THE OFFICE June 15-30

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

St. Marys Used


Book Sale
Noon-7 PM

10

THURSDAY

St. Marys Used


Book Sale
8 AM-7 PM

11

HOLY
COMMUNION
Food Pantry Sunday
Place SCRIP orders

FRIDAY

5
St. Marys Used
Book Sale
8 AM-7 PM

SATURDAY

6
St. Marys Used
Book Sale
8 AM-Noon

6:30 pm Wedding
rehearsal: Melanie
Ignatowski & Mike
Laur

1:00 PM
Melanie Ignatowski
& Michael Laur
Wedding!

12

13

WI Conference
Annual Meeting in
Green Lake (ends
Sunday)

3:00 PM
Kristen Newland &
Jared Kramer
Wedding!
(off campus)

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20

26

27

10:45 AM Board of CE
meeting
CLEAN THE CHURCH

14
OUTDOOR
WORSHIP
on the patio
COFFEE HOUR
Stewards meeting
(time TBA)

21

15

16

17

18

Pastor Nansi gone


on vacation &
General Synod
(returning July 1)
CHURCH OFFICE
CLOSED
EMMANUEL DELIVERS THE DOUSMAN AREA HOME MEALS

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23

24

25

FATHERS DAY

7-10:30 PM
DOUSMAN
STREET DANCE

Guest Preacher:
Rev. Dick Hawkins
10:45 AM Council
meeting
FIRST DAY OF
SUMMER!

28
Guest Preacher:
Kristen Voskuil

CLEAN THE CHURCH

29

30

Worship & Nursery Care 9:30 AM each Sunday


Sunday School will resume in September

July
SUNDAY

PASTOR NANSI ON VACATION JULY 13-29

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

10

11

17

18

24

25

HOLY COMMUNION
Food Pantry Sunday
Place SCRIP orders

CLEAN THE CHURCH

12
11:30 AM Worship
in Cory Park,
Dousman followed
by potluck picnic &
Dousman Frogs
Baseball Game!

13

14

15

16

Emmanuel Blood
Drive in fellowship
hall
1:30-5:30 PM

EMMANUEL DELIVERS THE DOUSMAN AREA HOME MEALS

19

20

21

22

23

Guest Preacher:
Julia Starbuck

CLEAN THE CHURCH

26
Guest Preacher:
Jeannie Phelan
11 AM Derby Days
Parade

27

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30
Pastor Nansi returns!

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