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A Monthly Newsletter

2013 M Street, Belleville KS

February 2012 issue

Pastor, Lennie Maxwell

Cell Number: 785-955-0322

Church Phone Number: 785-527-5608 Church email address:

Church web page:

Church Office Hours:

Monday thru Thursday 8:00 am to 1:00 pm Closed Friday

Food Bank Hours:

Monday thru Thursday 9:00 am to 11:30 am Closed Friday

Adult Sunday School

9:30 am

Ages 2 years thru 6th Grade Sunday School

10:00 to 10:40 am

Worship Service & JAM

Sundays at 10:45 am

Outside the Box Worship

Sundays at 6:30 pm

by Pastor Lennie While there ’s life there ’s hope, and only the dead have
by Pastor Lennie
While there ’s life there ’s hope, and only the dead have none. Theocritus (3rd century BC ) In January, the
Bishop called all the clergy from the Kansas and Nebraska conferences of the United Methodist Church to gather together in
Topeka to conference about “ Hope in the Face of Change. ” You have heard me talk insistently about change; I only wish you
could have heard Brian McLaren, our keynote speaker, describe our situation as a dramatic weather event - “a hurricane of change
is swirling around us.” The change we are now facing is “ seismic ” , unexpected and drastic, compared to normal, slow and gradual
change like erosion, he said. In order to be a vital part of people ’s lives today we must realize that the world in which we used
to do church so well has been washed away by the “ hurricane ” of change;
now we, the church, stand like a bridge over nowhere, going nowhere.
Where can we fi nd hope in this kind of news? McLaren also used the analogy
that this seismic change might feel like a forest fi re. Yet, we must
remember that fi re is part of the natural cycle of life in a forest. That
the fi re destroys disease and undesirable growth and the ash fertilizes
the ground, which is freed to see the sun once again, and in the warmth
new life arises. As he spoke, and the pictures rolled across the screen,
I thought, “ How odd. This is exactly the theme I had planned for Lent,
“ Hope Rises from the Ashes. ” “And this passage from Isaiah 61
came to mind:
Brian McLaren shared a story of seismic change
when a bridge in Honduras was left spanning a
sea of silt when Hurricane Mitch re - routed the
river away from the bridge.
The LORD God ’s spirit is upon me,
because the LORD has anointed me.
He has sent me to bring good news to the poor,
to bind up the brokenhearted,
to proclaim release for captives,
and liberation for prisoners,
to proclaim the year of the LORD ’ S favor
and a day of vindication for our God,
to comfort all who mourn, to provide for Zion’s mourners,
to give them a crown in place of ashes,
oil of joy in place of mourning,
a mantle of praise in place of discouragement.
They will be called Oaks of Righteousness,
planted by the LORD to glorify himself.
They will rebuild the ancient ruins;
they will restore formerly deserted places;
they will renew ruined cities,
places deserted in generations past.
Make plans to join in praise and worship every Sunday this Lenten season (February 22 - April 7 ), as we discuss what we can do
when it seems the world we used to know has burned to the ground, and all we have are the ashes of death - low self - esteem,
no purpose, empty promises and lies, fi nancial worries, su ffering and all the bad things that happen even to good people.
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us
celebrate
Christ
who
brings
us
hope
of
a
new
eternal
life.
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season is intended as a time to focus on

deepening our understanding of Christian living as we approach the joyous celebration of the resurrection of our Lord with special disciplines such as fasting, worship, service, and study.

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in general. Questions at the end of each meditation guide the reader to Lenten reections on how the gospel message impacts on modern life and challenges today s Christian. It is hoped that this devotional by John E. Windell, will greatly enrich your Lenten experience.

a series of short stories and vignettes about

Pick up a free copy at Connection Intersection in the Foyer of the church. Journey through Lent beginning with Ash Wednesday ( Feb. 22 ) and ending with Easter Day ( April 8 ) as the stories in this devotional touch your heart and stir your soul.

in this devotional touch your heart and stir your soul. the season of forty days between
in this devotional touch your heart and stir your soul. the season of forty days between
in this devotional touch your heart and stir your soul. the season of forty days between

the season of forty days between Ash Wednesday and Easter. Biblically, Lent remembers the time of trial and preparation Jesus underwent before commencing his ministry on earth. Within the Christian Church, Lent has evolved into a time of prayerful reflection & discernment.

ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICE

First UMC

February 22nd

6:00 pm

MAUNDY THURSDAY SERVICE First UMC February 23rd 6:30 pm Communion served a Biblically based partial
MAUNDY THURSDAY
SERVICE
First UMC
February 23rd
6:30 pm
Communion served
a Biblically based partial fast
Fasting is always coupled with a spiritual goal.
So during this time of fasting, you will focus on
prayer, study and meditation. The Daniel Fast
teaches us to deny our "selves" and instead put our
spirit in control over our flesh. The definition of a

fast is

to

deny food for a spiritual purpose.

Join Pastor Lennie and others in our church as they participate in this 21 day experience during the season of Lent.

Give Pastor Lennie a call (church 527-5608 or cell 955-0322) if you have questions or go to this link:

daniel-fast.com/about.html


 
 
 
 
 
 
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25
to
begin
a
new
year
of
“vital”


 
 
 
 
 
 


 


 


 
 
 
 
 
 
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25
to
begin
a
new
year
of
“vital”


y
25
to
begin
a
new
year
of
“vital”


y
Richecky,
Kevin
Johnson,
Stacia












The
new
Leadership
Team
for
the
First
met
Januar











ministries.

Kurt
Childs,
Lay
Leader,
along
with
Jerr











Piroutek,
Mikel
Hadachek,
Susan
Childs,
Jay
Kallman,
Janis
Houdek,
Kim
VanNortwick,







 
 Pam
Scofield
and
Pastor
Lennie,
as
well
as
guests
Harold
Johnson,
Allen
Johnson,
Lynn
VanNortwick
and
Mar vin
Houdek,
 met
to
discuss
important
issues
and
ministries.

 Pastor
Lennie
began
the
evening
with
worship
and
meditation
on
Jesus’
“Sermon
on
the
Mount ”,
prayer
and
covenant
 formation.


The
Leadership
Team
then
began
study
on
the
United
Methodist
Churches
call
for
Vital
Congregations.

This
 will
be
a
focus
and
a
strategic
plan
within
our
denomination
this
year
and
in
the
year
to
come,
as
churches
around
the
 globe
focus
on
16
Key
Ministr y
strategies
to
vitalize
local
congregations
to
fulfill
the
mission
of
the
UMC
to
“Make
 disciples
of
Jesus
Christ
for
the
transformation
of
the
world.”


Much
of
the
work
of
this
plan
has
already
been
 accomplished
by
the
Incubator
process
that
we
have
been
through
in
the
past
three
years.

This
year
the
Leadership
Team
 will
focus
on
long
range
goal
setting
and
strategic
SMART
action
plans
(Specific,
Measurable,
Attainable,
Relevant
and
 Time‐framed.)

Progress
is
measured
through
weekly
reporting
via
the
on‐line
“Dash
Board”
of
worship
attendance,
 professions
of
faith,
small
group
attendance,
number
of
disciples
doing
outreach
and
mission,
amount
of
money
given.


 Please
support
Marty
in
this
endeavor
as
she
tracks
and
reports
each
of
these
rubrics
on
a
weekly
basis.

As
many
 members
of
the
LT,
as
possible,
will
attend
a
conference
Leadership
Training
in
McPherson
on
Februar y
11.


Susan
Childs
agreed
to
be
secretar y
for
LT
this
year.

Jay
Kallman
reported
from
the
treasur y
that
we
ended
2011
in
a
 glorious
fashion
–
paying
all
obligations
including
our
M&M’s
in
full
and
replenishing
our
reser ves
to
beginning
of
year
 levels.


We
discussed
the
need
for
a
conference
table
that
would
seat
comfortably
12
or
13
people.

Jay
sug gested
we
purchase


 a
light‐weight
table
that
could
be
folded
and
stored
easily.

The
team
agreed
this
would
be
a
good
investment.


The
Food
Stand
Task
Force
then
joined
the
conversation
and
presented
an
in‐depth
and
informative
report
of
their
 investigations
and
planning.

This
included
a
de tailed
ministr y
plan,
floor
plan,
cost
and
repayment
of
building
a
new

 Food
Stand
to
replace
the
existing
stand
on
the
same
location.

(These
details
are
available
at
the
office
or
the
Connection Intersection.)

As
well,
the
task
force
presented
options
such
as
a
portable
trailer
and
repairs
of
the
existing
building.

 After
a
lengthy
and
honest
conversation,
the
LT
agreed
that
the
best
foot
for ward
was
new
construction.

A
Church
 Conference
will
be
planned
and
information
will
be
presented
to
the
congregation
so
that
all
full
members
of
the
church
 will
have
a
chance
to
be
heard
and
vote
on
this
proposal.


If
you
would
like
to
read
the
minutes
of
the
meeting
you
may
pick
up
a
copy
at
the
church
office.

The
Leadership
Team
 meetings
are
open
to
ever yone;
although ,
we
ask
that
you
respect
our
“covenant
formation
time”
at
the
beginning ,





 and
allow
us
to
have
closed
doors,
as
we
build
trust
and
hold
each
other
accountable
for
our
spiritual
grow th.


The
nex t
 meeting
is
tentatively
scheduled
for
Februar y
15 th 
to
consider
long‐term
goals
and
make
plans
“…to
give
you
a
future
with 


hope.”
(Jeremiah
29:11)

SOUP-SANDWICH-PIE DINNER Sunday, February 12 Noon in Fellowship Hall The sign-up sheet to help provide

SOUP-SANDWICH-PIE DINNER Sunday, February 12 Noon in Fellowship Hall The sign-up sheet to help provide food is located at Connection Intersection. Table service will be provided.

(Join us for a meal before attending Church Conference) Sponsored by the Fellowship Ministry Team.

CHURCH CONFERENCE Sunday, February 12 @ 1:00 pm, Sanctuary A Church Conference will be held
CHURCH
CONFERENCE
Sunday, February 12
@ 1:00 pm, Sanctuary
A Church Conference will be held to
discuss and vote (full members) on the
proposed new Food Stand.
CHURCH CHAT AT CPSL You’re invited to come enjoy “Church Chat” at County Place Senior
CHURCH CHAT AT CPSL
You’re invited to come enjoy “Church Chat”
at County Place Senior Living every
1st Thursday at 9:30 am with informal
devotions, church updates, coffee and
conversation time with our UMC residents.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Congratulations to Joe & Amanda Strnad on the birth of their son Klayton
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Congratulations to Joe & Amanda Strnad
on the birth of their son
Klayton Wesley,
born on January 5th
6 lbs. 10 oz.
(Carolyn Rauch’s great grandson)
To: church From: Terin Rundus Thank you church members for my bible. I really like

To: church From: Terin Rundus

Thank you church members for my bible. I really like it. We have also been using bibles during Sunday School.

What if what happened then changes everything now?
What if
what happened then
changes everything now?

MATT and YATT

(Middle Adult Think Tank)

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Young Adult Think Tank)

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EASTER DAY

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February 12 @ 6:00 pm - Minute-to-Win-it Gary & Mikel Hadachek in charge. February 19
February 12 @ 6:00 pm - Minute-to-Win-it Gary & Mikel Hadachek in charge. February 19
February 12 @ 6:00 pm - Minute-to-Win-it Gary & Mikel Hadachek in charge. February 19

February 12 @ 6:00 pm - Minute-to-Win-it

Gary

& Mikel Hadachek in charge.

February 19 @ 4:00 pm - Scavenger Hunt will take pictures and record sounds!

Nick

& Stacia Piroutek in charge; bring a cell phone or something that

February 24 @ 10:00 pm - 30 Hour Famine begins with Pizza & a Lock-In at the church. Saturday am youth will

participate in a service project, then go home to rest

Famine

ends with breakfast on Sunday morning at 8:00 am.

children living in poverty.
children living in poverty.

( Click on the links below to learn more. Info about

the 30 Hour Famine taken from their web - page online. )

the 30 Hour Famine taken from their web - page online. ) A: The 30 Hour

A: The 30 Hour Famine gives students a chance to help over- come hunger by going without food so others don't have to. It's an unforgettable experience that will rock participant’s world and make an incredible difference around the globe!

Youth groups sign up for one of two national Famine dates (February 24-25 or April 27-28, 2012) or choose their own Famine date. Then, students learn about hunger and fundraise to help feed and care for On Famine weekend, students get a crash course in global hunger by going 30 hours without

food. World Vision provides loads of activities to help make this a totally fun, educational, and life-changing experience.

a totally fun, educational, and life-changing experience. A: The money raised has an incredible impact --

A: The money raised has an incredible impact -- helping World Vision fight hunger and poverty around the world. World Vision is a leading Christian ministry serving people in nearly 100 countries. You can designate your Famine funds to help hungry children in the country of your choice, or have World Vision use them to fight hunger wherever needed most.

World Vision use them to fight hunger wherever needed most. A: World Vision is a Christian

A: World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities

worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.

of poverty and injustice. Learn more about World Vision . Fact: A child dies from hunger-related

Fact: A child dies from hunger-related causes every 8 to 12 sec. That’s as many as 11,000 children younger than 5 - killed every day. Some actually starve. The immune systems of others are powered down by malnutrition, leaving the door wide open for deadly diseases. And hunger is only one threat facing kids. In all, more than 22,000 die every day - almost all of them from simple causes with existing cures: diarrhea, malaria, pneumonia, hunger, and more. That’s the real injustice - that the vast majority of these deaths are 100% preventable.

Fact: Globally, 925 million people are hungry. That’s roughly 3 times the population of the U.S. going to bed hungry every night. Why so hungry? Many families depend entirely on what they can grow, so they’re never more than one natural or man- made disaster away from hunger. Others work day and night, but still can barely afford enough food for their children.

but still can barely afford enough food for their children. Hunger: the hard truth isn’t a

Hunger: the hard truth isn’t a statistic It’s someone’s daughter, sister, brother

Thursday, February 2 1:30 pm Hostesses & Program: Ruth Circle Each Circle collect a Prayer
Thursday, February 2 1:30 pm Hostesses & Program: Ruth Circle Each Circle collect a Prayer
Thursday, February 2 1:30 pm Hostesses & Program: Ruth Circle Each Circle collect a Prayer
Thursday, February 2 1:30 pm Hostesses & Program: Ruth Circle Each Circle collect a Prayer
Thursday, February 2 1:30 pm Hostesses & Program: Ruth Circle Each Circle collect a Prayer

Thursday, February 2 1:30 pm Hostesses & Program:

Ruth Circle

Each Circle collect a Prayer and Self-Denial offering and bring to our March UMW meeting!

CIRCLE MEETINGS

RUTH Wednesday, February 1 7:30 pm for Dessert Hostess: Sherry Skinner Meeting in the Overflow!

NAOMI Wednesday, February 22 7:30 pm Program: Janis Houdek Hostess: Grace Keller Co-Hostess: Carolyn Rauch

Blood Mobile - Feb. 22nd

Keller Co-Hostess: Carolyn Rauch Blood Mobile - Feb. 22nd Ruth Circle is in charge of the

Ruth Circle is in charge of the Canteen and will be asking for assistance from other UMW members. If you get a call, please help, or call Jewelda Scofield to volunteer!

PRAYER PALS TAKE NOTICE!! Actually, I hope all UMW members are "prayer warriors". We need
PRAYER PALS TAKE NOTICE!! Actually, I hope all UMW members are "prayer warriors". We need to
continually pray for each other, as well as for our missionaries, in Christian Love. This past year we
have had an organized Prayer Pal group in our church family. Many of you have been a part of this
50-strong group and hopefully you've been praying for your "pal" continuously. It is time to reveal to
each other the name of your prayer pal, if you haven't already done so. Since Valentine's Day is a day
of thinking about your loved ones, we feel it is a good day to celebrate the culmination of our year.
Jerry and Shirley Richecky are partnering with me in this opportunity to represent our church family
on the District Prayer Team. This is what we have decided to suggest that you each do:
1) Let your prayer pal know in a special way during the week of Valentine's Day that you have been
praying for them in Christian Love.
2) Continue praying for them during this next year, but add the whole church family in your prayers,
plus the special prayers we send out from the District Prayer Team. We always have missionaries
our UMW selects for whom we pray and recognize each month, also.
I will be sending emails or postal mailings to each of you to remind you of who your "prayer pal"
has been during this past year. If you have been lax, no problem, it is never too late to start your
prayers!! But, please let the person know that they were your selected "prayer pal" during this past
year. We don't want anyone to be missed. In this way, we will have a very special, prayer-filled
Valentine's Day week in our church family.
From our UMW Prayer Calendar I think it fitting to copy some of the prayers that have been written for
us to use. "O Holy Spirit, our Comforter, our Advocate and our Missionary, fill us with your zeal and
your vision. May we be ever mindful of your missionary role and your empowering guidance. May
we see the divine presence in those with whom we live and work, and may they see you in our lives
and work. Give us the ability to see the world through your eyes. Bless our efforts to be witnesses of
your healing love in our neighborhoods and in the world. As we strive to reflect the light of your love
to all those in need, give us your vision and courage in Christ's name. Amen.
I'm going to sway a little from the regular activity of selecting a missionary with a February birthday
from our UMW Prayer Calendar book. We have people within our church family who have been
missionaries in so many varied ways and who have February birthdays. I'm going to pick just three
of them to list here (there are many more we could recognize). I'm not saying how they've served as
Christ's missionaries, but most of you should be able to come up with those answers yourself. In
connection with our local Prayer Pal recognition, let us all add Carolyn Rauch, Dawn Surber and
Kelby Johnson to our list of "missionaries" with February birthdays for whom to pray this month.
Janis Houdek, UMW President

Wednesday, February 1 9:00 am - Job Bible Study 11:00 am - Faithfully Fit Forever 6:00 pm - Lenten Worship Team 7:15 pm - Praise Team 7:30 pm - Ruth Circle, at the church

Thursday, February 2 9:30 am - Church Chat, CPSL 1:30 pm - UMW General Meeting 6:00 pm - Girl Scouts, F.H.

Sunday, February 5 Communion Sunday 9:30 am - Adult Sunday School 10:00 am - Children’s Sunday School 10:45 am - Worship Service 12:30 pm - 4-H Pot Luck, F.H. (No Outside the Box Worship & MATT)

4-H Pot Luck, F.H. (No Outside the Box Worship & MATT) Sunday, February 19 9:30 am

Sunday, February 19 9:30 am - Adult Sunday School 10:00 am - Children’s Sunday School 10:45 am - Worship Service & JAM (Speaker: Walter Molzahn) 2:00 pm - Care Home Services, Janis Houdek 4:00 pm - UMYF Scavenger Hunt 6:30 pm - Outside the Box Worship 7:00 pm - MATT

BIRTHDAY & ANNIVERSARIES February 1 Andy Walker

February 3 Marcia Leeding Linda Melton Harold & Betty Johnson

February 5 Carolyn Rauch Monday, February 20 Presidents Day - Office Closed! February 6 James
February 5
Carolyn Rauch
Monday, February 20
Presidents Day - Office Closed!
February 6
James Duffey
Wednesday, February 22
Ash Wednesday
Blood Mobile
9:00 am - Job Bible Study
11:00 am - Faithfully Fit Forever
6:00 pm - Ash Wednesday Service
7:15 pm - Praise Team
7:30 pm - Naomi Circle
February 8
Dawn Surber
February 9
Arlene Baloun
Tony Kriks
Kelby Johnson
Thursday, February 23
5:30 pm - Parents as Teachers
6:00 pm - Girl Scouts
6:30 pm - Maundy Thursday Service
February 10
Josh Young
February 11
Friday, February 24
8:45 am - MOPS
10:00 pm - UMYF Lock-In
30 Hour Famine begins at Midnight!
Larry Cheney
February 15
Dale Culbertson
Justin Sporing
Saturday, February 25
UMYF 30 Hour Famine Service Project
February 21
Sunday, February 26
1st Sunday in Lent
8:00 am - UMYF 30 Hour Famine ends
with breakfast!
9:30 am - Adult Sunday School
10:00 am - Children’s Sunday School
10:45 am - Worship Service & JAM
6:30 pm - Outside the Box Worship
7:00 pm - YATT
Max Scofield
Tom Snapp
Terin Rundus
February 22
Dronda Frydendall
Rhonda Bird
February 24
February 27 - March 2
Meals on Wheels Week
Kathy Dunback
Erica Hadachek
Dan Arbuthnot
Monday, February 27
5:30 pm - Girl Scout Service Team
6:30 pm - Cub Scouts
February 26
Gary Scofield

Monday, February 6 6:30 pm - Cub Scouts, Youth Room

Tuesday, February 7 10:00 am - BHC Bible Study

Wednesday, February 8 9:00 am - Job Bible Study 10:30 am - LTC Bible Study 11:00 am - Faithfully Fit Forever 6:30 pm - Trustees, Overflow 7:15 pm - Praise Team

Thursday, February 9 6:00 pm - Girl Scouts, F.H.

Friday, February 10 8:45 am - MOPS

Sunday, February 12 9:30 am - Adult Sunday School 10:00 am - Children’s Sunday School 10:45 am - Worship Service & JAM Noon - Soup-Sandwich-Pie Dinner 1:00 pm - Church Conference 2:00 pm - SPRC 6:00 pm - UMYF Minute-to-Win-it 6:30 pm - Outside the Box Worship 7:00 pm - YATT

Monday, February 13 6:30 pm - Cub Scouts, F.H.

Tuesday, February 14 Valentine’s Day Prayer Pals revealed! UMW Legislative Event, Topeka

Wednesday, February 15 9:00 am - Job Bible Study 11:00 am - Faithfully Fit Forever 12:30 pm - Ministerial Association 6:15 pm - Praise Team 7:00 pm - Leadership Team

Thursday, February 16 6:00 pm - Girl Scouts

Tuesday, February 28 10:00 am - Parents as Teachers

Wednesday, February 29 9:00 am - Job Bible Study 11:00 am - Faithfully Fit Forever 7:15 pm - Praise Team

Walter Molzahn

February 27 James & Margaret Duffey

February 28

Eloise Ray

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2013 M STREET BELLEVILLE, KS 66935

Come!

February 2012

Grow i Love Serve
Grow i
Love
Serve

Worship with us!

Come! February 2012 Grow i Love Serve Worship with us! WORSHIP LEADERS ACCOMPANISTS PRAISE TEAM FEBRUARY

WORSHIP LEADERS

ACCOMPANISTS

PRAISE TEAM

FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY

Sid and Pam Scofield,

5

- Kelby Johnson

5 - Marge Waring

Amanda Keilers, Jillian Couture

12

- Lanessa Aurand

12

- Doris Kriks

Stacia Piroutek, Waylon Sheetz

19

- Tandy Rundus

19

- Pam Scofield

John Surber, Kevin & Kelby

26

- TBA

26

- Tana Trost

Johnson, Pastor Lennie &

GREETERS

 

Carolyn Maxwell

FEBRUARY

 

5 - Emma Berggren, Grace Keller

12

- Don & Betty Anderson

19

- Mikel & Gary Hadachek

26

- Janet Heyka, Lanie Engle

LENTEN WORSHIP TEAM Pam Scofield, Music Stephanie Splichal, Visuals Mikel Hadachek, Worship

WORSHIP

BABYSITTERS

Gary Hadachek

Lexia Aurand

BUS DRIVER

FEBRUARY

Jerry Richecky

Hadachek Lexia Aurand BUS DRIVER FEBRUARY Jerry Richecky CAFÉ DEL SOUL FEBRUARY 5 - Stephanie Schintler

CAFÉ DEL SOUL FEBRUARY

5 - Stephanie Schintler

12

- Lori Scofield

19

- Tandy Rundus

26

- Susie Arbuthnot

USHERS

AUDIO/VIDEO TECHNICIANS

FEBRUARY

Kurt Childs

Kerry Johnson

Gary Hadachek Mikel Hadachek

Carol Nicholson

Rich Schintler

Jerry Richecky

Annette Bredthauer

Steve Dunback

 

MULTI-MEDIA

ACOLYTE

ASSISTANT

Lanessa Aurand

Janet Heyka

ACOLYTE ASSISTANT Lanessa Aurand Janet Heyka For 2012, the Trustees’ first project is to replace the

For 2012, the Trustees’ first project is to replace the Kiosk in the front lawn of the church. We are asking for your support to reach “Our Goal” and once 100% of the funds are raised and the warm weather returns, we will start the project.

Any donation to the project is tax deductible and will be reported on your individual giving report at the end of 2012.

donation to the project is tax deductible and will be reported on your individual giving report
donation to the project is tax deductible and will be reported on your individual giving report
GOAL
GOAL