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June 2012

Kelly’s Korner
Billy Graham is a hero of mine. Marvalyn and I heard him preach at the Graham School for Evangelism in Cincinnati in 1975. We sat in the first pew of Westminster Presbyterian Church. Billy Graham up close and personal! By all standards, employed to define a hero,….. Nobility Character Courage Achievements Service Billy Graham fits! He is one of the (Great) generation of heroes swiftly passing off the scene. How very unfortunate for all of us. Heroes are in short supply and in great demand. Hence, the summer series (June): June 10: “Gideon: From Ordinary to Extraordinary” June 17: “Elijah: Odds are Not a Problem” June 24: “Naaman: Seven Dunks in a Dirty River” Depending on the interest level, we may add a few more heroes. Pastor Dean Kelly

Men’s Breakfast
All Chapel men are invited to a breakfast on Sat, June 9, at 8 am at the church. It will be a time of getting to know each other better with fellowshipping and food. For questions, contact Chuck Rosacker, 641-752-6276, cdrosa@mchsi.com.

Reminder: June 17 No Services @ Chapel
This is a reminder that there will be no Sunday School or church at Chapel on June 17 however, our community Vacation Bible School program will be held at the Garwin United Methodist Church at 9:00 am. Please support our children’s ministry - We hope to see you then!

Ice Cream Social ~ June 19
This year the social is on a Tuesday, so come for fellowship, food, and some ice cream. Hope to see you there!

Summer Is here!

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Jay Beichley is Chapel’s youth pastor this summer. Siera Richter placed second at the conference golf meet. We wish Barbara Beichley well in her retirement from the college! Jo Svendsen received the UMW Mission Recognition pin May 6 during the worship service for her faithfulness to UMW. Congratulations to Bennett Mann, Austin Groth, Emily Havelka (three events), Mikaella Koster, and Madelyn Newcomb (alternate) on qualifying for the State Track Meet! And to Austin for qualifying for the 110 high hurdles where he got 4th place! Congrats to GMG sophomore Chad Plaehn for qualifying for State Golf. Congratulations to Morgan Burt, GMG’s valedictorian, and Austin Groth, salutatorian, and all Chapel youth who have excelled this year! Congratulations to Joel Vint, who received his master’s degree in theology April 29! Erica Van Wyk, Otley, has been job shadowing Ron Groth, especially working with the cows; daughter of Wendy (Hamilton) & Curt Van Wyk. Marla Hlas spent part of May in China while working for John Deere. Mike and Cathy Vint visited Ireland recently! The North Central University baseball team, with Jay Beichley and Eli Odle, played in the NCCAA College World Series at Prasco Park in Mason Ohio. Randy and Mark Beichley were spectators for the tournament. Chapel presented Bill & Cindy Ormston with a monetary donation for expenses with their cancers. Their address is 1924 Taylor Ave, Marshalltown, IA 50158. PTL for Pastor Dean & Marvalyn’s airconditioning angel, Kent Borota! Vanessa, deaf student from Belize & was at Chapel last summer, gave her heart to Jesus, translator Linda Penner reports! Let’s pray that Vanessa stands firm in her decision. Congratulations to Ben & Shauna Smith who are expecting Baby #2 on Nov. 29 (Brooklyn’s birthday)! FYI: Corn Carnival cookbooks are in at Lucy’s in Gladbrook…They look great! Duane Beichley was inducted into the Marshalltown Men’s Bowling Association Hall of Fame at their banquet on April 20th.

S at u r d a y N i g h t C o m e A n d L i v e {* S N C A L * }
Here is an update on what will be going on with the youth this summer. First I will tell what activities will be going on. Saturday, May, 26 was the first SNCAL hangout. The address is 2011 C Ave, Gladbrook. The house is one mile north of Union Grove Lake. This will happen every Saturday night this summer, unless I notify people otherwise. All youth, grades 7 and up are welcome to come. In the next couple weeks, the youth are also invited to stay after church for pizza and we will meet in the church basement, date to be announced later. Also on that same Sunday I might be starting to teach the Y.F. Sunday School class. So that is what is coming up as far as activities. I just want to briefly share why I want to do these things. I grew up going to Church and learning about God, and I always wondered why God spoke to people so much in the Bible, but not as much now-adays. I wanted more out of my relationship with God. When I went to North Central University I really committed to my relationship with Jesus and I started to realize that God does speak to us still. I found out how fulfilling it is to have a fully committed relationship with Jesus, and that there was more to being a Christian than I had experienced. Luke 11:33 says "No one lights a lamp and puts it in a place where it will be hidden, or under a bowl. Instead he puts it on its stand, so that those who come in may see the light.” So I want to share what I have received, and would not be surprised if a lot of students feel the same way about God that I did in high school. My hope is that I can share what God has done for me to the youth and that they would all have a fulfilling relationship with Jesus. Watch for more SNCAL announcements in the bulletins and newsletters to keep informed of the summer youth activities. Jay Beichley June Sunday School Teachers
Jr/Sr High: Mike & Cathy Vint M&M: Vaugn Kloster Multi-Age Teachers & Opening: June 3: Sue Koster June 10: Claire Handorf June 17: Bible school program @ Garwin June 24: Bill & Tammy Backoff

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F o r Yo u r I n f o r m a t i o n { F Y I }
Women’s Trip Planned
Chapel UMW invites all women from the church to a day in Traer & Dysart on Thursday, June 28th. We will leave from Chapel at 9:00 am and also pick up ladies in Gladbrook at the United Methodist Church parking lot at 9:10 am. First on the schedule is a coffee break in Traer at Cookie Mom Cookies at 9:30 am. At 10:30 am we will tour the Shaker Gallery in Traer. This is the second largest salt and pepper collection in the world. We will eat lunch at The Special Tea Room in Dysart at 12:00. For those who want to browse, there are several shops in Dysart, Traer and Gladbrook. If you have questions or are interested in attending, please contact Karen Collins or Karen Handorf.

Our Circle of concern:
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Wanted: Jr Sunday School Teachers
Heidi Langenbau, Junior Sunday School superintendent, wonders if you would be willing to help teach one of the Jr Sunday School classes. The more teachers we have, the less work it is for everyone, and the material is easy to use. The year runs from September – May. Please contact Heidi ASAP at 641-499-2541 or emailme5@iowatelecom.net, if you are willing to help. Thank you.

Chapel Graduates
High school graduates, Morgan Burt, Austin Groth, Emily Havelka, Madelyn Newcomb, Siera Richter, and Sierra Winters; college graduates, Matthew Burt and Cimber Strayer; and Ann Jackson, master’s degree, were recognized May 13 during the worship service.

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Fellowship Hall Floor
Have you seen our new Fellowship Hall floor? Stop in if you haven’t, and we think you’ll be impressed! The goal was for it to be completed for GMG’s Baccalaureate May 16, and that was accomplished. Accents in Concrete from Newton did the work, and we thank trustee chair, Leon Lamer, for keeping the project on schedule. To clean, use just plain water…How easy is that?! Stop in and see it in person!

Mother’s Day
Thank you to the Witness Committee for giving all mothers a potted container of violets. Barbara Burt, chair, gave several prizes to women who “fit the bill” from her descriptions, including her mother, Kathryn Burt, who ended up with several prizes! The recognition was held a few minutes prior to the worship service May 13.

Our Sympathy:
Reverend John W. Christy passed away on April 28, 2012. Service and burial was on May 2 in Davenport. He served Ryan Golden Congregational, Union Community, Manson UCC Congregational, Nashua Little Brown Church in the Vale, Green Mountain UCC and Chapel UMC during his 47 years of ministry. Memorials may be made to Faith UCC, 1630 W 38th St, Davenport, IA 52806. Online condolences may be shared with his wife, Marilyn, and family at www.Cunnick-Collins.com.

Baccalaureate
Chapel hosted GMG’s Baccalaureate on May 16 at 7 pm with 132 people attending. GMG Secretary Ila Jean Boerm and Sue Koster played an organ-piano prelude. Senior Madelyn Newcomb welcomed the guests, we sang a couple of praise songs, and then teacher Ann Jackson asked curriculum-type questions to a few seniors. She asked if the curriculum of Christ has prepared them for their future. Morgan Burt read about “The Cleaning Lady,” and several girls sang “Amazing Grace” and then added Austin Groth for “Hallelujah.” Siera Richter read “The Mirror” and then passed out small mirrors to the seniors to remind them to find light in dark places. Sierra Winters read the scripture, and Pastor Dean preached on “Congratulations…Keep Moving!” We will all remember “KM!” Emily Havelka closed with the benediction. Twenty-two seniors lined up to greet guests who then had bars and drink, which were furnished by the Chapel Volunteers. Thank you to all who helped in any way. June 2012

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Ice Cream Social {June 19}
We've had a “taste” of warm weather and you know what that means - ICE CREAM! Remember, it is Tuesday, JUNE 19, this year. We'd like everyone to wear their purple Chapel Ice Cream Social t-shirts again this year. We had a lot of compliments on them the last two years, and it also lets people know who to ask if they have a question: “Go to someone in a purple shirt!” Deadline to sign up is this weekend, May 27! There may be some people who have not yet ordered a shirt but would like to. Sue Koster agreed once again to entertain the hungry crowd upstairs. If you have any kind of a talent you’d like to share, contact Sue. Because lemon ice cream is our biggest seller, we are again making 20 more gallons of it and ten less of the chocolate. Here is the plan for selling quarts:  Chapel people can order up to three quarts of any kind of ice cream per family up to noon the day of the social. They will be set aside in a separate freezer so those who ordered will be assured to get theirs and not be mixed in with others to be sold. There will absolutely be no ice cream sold in the shed. There will be runners inside (by the cashier) who will go to the shed, bring the ice cream to the cashier's desk, and give it to the eating customer.    Ice cream will only be sold to those eating supper at Chapel and to those who call in with a food take out order. No ice cream will be sold to anyone who calls in that night for ice cream only. Dan Steen will be at the church the following morning (July 20) at 8:00 a.m. From 8:00-9:00 am Chapel people can call in and order (641-71-7334) or come in and get ice cream from what is left over from the night before. After 9:00 a.m. anyone, including both Chapel and community people, can call and order from the remaining quarts. There should be plenty for everyone but it will give us a better handle on needs.

If there is a particular place you like to work at the social, please email Dan at Daniel.steen01@yahoo.com. We'll begin working on assignments soon so please let us know where you wish to work, or tell us if you don’t care where you work. We'll be keeping everyone up to date via email, newsletter, bulletins and announcements. Thank you, everyone, for your understanding and support. Committee: Dan & Tricia Steen, Lee & Patti Cornwell, Jim & LeAnn Fleming, Chris & Amy Bland, and advisors Leon & Carol Lamer

Church Camp
Have you heard about the 2012 Iowa United Methodist Camping opportunities? There are catalogs, brochures, DVDs and LOTS more to check out at http://www.iaumc.org. The three camp locations are Okoboji, Pictured Rocks at Monticello or Wesley Woods at Indianola. We hope Chapel boys and girls and even families will attend a camp this summer. If interested in financial help, please contact Allen Burt, Administrative Council chair, 641-474-2882.

Love in Action {Team Belize}
“…we must not love with word or speech, but with truth and action.” 1 John 3:18 The Chapel mission team to Belize will meet Sunday, June 10, following worship in the Fellowship Hall. Team members will need to bring $700 toward airfare to this meeting. Dan will have the lesson on culture shock. Eli will lead singing and devotions, and Sonya will have the sign language lesson. Sonya will prepare song sheets, so prior to the June meeting, team members should give Sonya any songs they want included. Tyler, Jay, and Sonya will provide lunch.

WRISTBANDS ARE HERE!!

See any team member

about getting your “Love in Action” wristband. The Love in Action team includes: Samantha Aman, Shannon Fleming, Summer Langenbau, Siera Richter, Tyler Krull, Logan Burt, Sonya Beichley, Eli Odle, Jay Beichley, Dan & Sarah Beane, and Randy & Susan Beichley. The team leaves July 30 for Cayo Deaf Institute in Belize and will return late on August 14.

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Vacation Bible School {June 11-15}
This year’s Bible School will be held Monday through Friday, June 11-15, 8:30-11:45 am at the Garwin United Methodist Church. The VBS program will be on Sunday, June 17, at 9:00 am at the Garwin UMC. Remember, no Sunday School or church at Chapel on June 17. To register, complete the registration form & return it to the back bulletin board envelope, GMG Elementary or High School, Attn Larae Edens. Or you may contact Larae Edens, 474-2225 (edens1and3@hotmail.com), or Lacy Starits, 750-2433 (lacyandjessi@yahoo.com). Bus transportation will be provided from Green Mountain, making stops at Balmer’s Daycare and the elementary. Pick-up time will be at 8:15 a.m. and drop off at 12:00 p.m. Please sign up on the back bulletin board if you can bring some food or craft items, and then tear off the reminder. Thank you.

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UMW
Chapel UMW met Thursday evening May 3, 2012 at 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary. Marcia Wiese welcomed Lori Odle who presented a program entitled “Stepping Stones, A Mission Story”. She explained her spiritual journey of her decision to go to Ghana and Tanzania. She had several pictures of both locations in her presentation. In closing she handed out stones for us to remember her in her travels this summer. Kathryn Burt called the meeting to order in the absence of president Susan Beichley, and vice president Sue Koster. Eleven members and one guest answered roll call by telling something their mother considered very important. The minutes of the March meeting and spring breakfast were read and approved. Thanks were conveyed from the Caring Center for the monetary donation and from Cindy Ormston for remembering her and Bill these last several weeks. Shirley Svendsen gave the treasurer’s report and it was placed on file. Marcia Wiese made and Cindy Ormston seconded the motion we pay the expense for the spring breakfast when it is presented. Motion carried. Cindy Ormston presented a project to help the House of Compassion. Myrene Appelgate made and Harriett Fleming seconded the motion to send $100 to the House of Compassion. Motion carried. Karen Collins presented the itinerary for the June trip. We will go on Thursday June 28 to the Cookie Mom and Shaker Gallery in Traer and then on to the Dysart Tea Room for lunch. Kathryn Burt reported she sent six cards and one book. Marcia Wiese gave her Spiritual Growth report. She read scripture from I John chapter 4, “God is Love.” Prayer requests were received. Kathryn Burt closed with prayer and read a prayer from Dr. Jeremiah. Janice Collins and Marvalyn Kelly served a delicious cake from a table decorated in a May Day theme. Respectfully submitted, Carolyn Kloster, secretary

Chapel Ladies Cemetery Aid May 9, 2012 Minutes The Ladies Cemetery Aid met Wednesday, May 9, 2012 in the church parlors. President Kathryn Burt called the meeting to order at 1:40 p.m. Phyllis Mann led devotions by reading two poems about mothers and closed with a mother’s prayer. Roll call was answered by seven members telling how they like to celebrate their birthday. The minutes of the April meeting were read and approved. There was no correspondence. Shirley Svendsen gave the treasurer’s report. Her report was accepted and placed on file. Old Business: The cemetery placards that were damaged are being made.

New Business: The avenue of flags will need to be put up for Memorial Day weekend. We need to make sure the trustees help us with the flagpoles. Six cards were sent. Funomics for this month is $.25 if you’ve planted a garden, and $.50 if you have not. People mentioned for prayer concerns were Gladys Appelgate, Vaugn Kloster, Jim Svendsen, Dick Svendsen, Elaine Plett, Vera Hall, Pastor Dean, and Nancy Peshel. Kathryn Burt entertained us with a Mother’s Day word search, and a Bingo game with items belonging to May. Shirley Svendsen served a delicious lemon pineapple dessert from a table decorated in a spring theme with flowers and butterflies. Respectfully submitted, Carolyn Kloster, secretary

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Summertime for Jr. Sunday School
All Jr Sunday School children will meet together in the Fellowship Hall starting June 3 and ending August 19. A different teacher will lead the multi-age class each Sunday of the summer: Teachers, feel free to look at the multi-age teaching books that are on the bottom shelf of the bookcase by the copier. Please copy the lesson you will use, write the date in the table of contents, and replace the books. We hope all Jr. Sunday School children will attend summer Sunday School!
June Jr SS Teachers Jr & Sr High: Mike & Cathy Vint Multi-Age Teachers and Openings (material in bookcase by copier): June 3: Sue Koster June 10: Claire Handorf June 17: Bible School program at Garwin UMC, 9 am June 24: Bill & Tammy Backoff M&M: Vaugn Kloster July Jr SS Teachers Jr & Sr High: Randy & Susan Beichley Multi-Age July 1: Ann Jackson July 8: Diana Collins July 15: Marci Krull July 22: Heidi Langenbau July 29: Janice Collins

Iron Sharpens Iron
Chuck Rosacker, Randy Beichley, Ron Groth and Dan Steen attended the Iron Sharpens Iron men’s conference in Cedar Rapids May 5. They each reported on their highlight in church the next day: “Like it or not, we are all going to leave a legacy…What kind of legacy will you leave?” “Unchanged leads to unchanged. If we want to improve, we MUST change.” “Men must take active roles in their families. We must satisfy God’s call to better serve God, our families and our community.” The next conference is May 4, 2013 – Men, plan to attend!

Thank You Chapel!
I would like to thank everyone for all of the nice cards, flowers, gifts and visits. They are all very much appreciated. ~Nancy Peshel

Promise Keepers
All men are invited to the Promise Keepers Conference in Cedar Falls at the UNIDome on Friday night and Saturday, July 13 and 14. The speakers will focus on what men need to hear, how to achieve their goals, how to be the husband and father they should be, how to be the man God wants us to be, and how to avoid being pushed ‘off track.’ The total cost to attend both days is only $63, including the conference, transportation to and from Cedar Falls both days, and lunch on Saturday. Make your check payable to Men of Integrity, and mail it to Duane Meyer, 2202 Edgebrook Dr, Marshalltown, IA 50158.

Love to you All!
Bill & I want to thank all of our wonderful church family for all of the prayers, cards, phone calls, and visits since I was diagnosed last June with breast cancer and Bill was diagnosed in November with liver cancer. He is done now with his treatments and mine should be done in August. We know you all will keep the prayers going for us. We also want to thank you all for the donations of money. We can never thank you enough and you will never know how much you all mean to us! We could never find a more thoughtful and caring church family! Thanks again from the bottom of our hearts! ~Bill & Cindy Ormston

Chapel at Work ~ Dee Burt Caring for others Helping hands Active in community Prayer warriors Encouragement Learning Scripture
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June Birthdays 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 Pam & John Fleming Anniv. Zachary Krull (2003) Dean & Marvalyn Kelly (1967) Chase Winters 1996 Tyler Kloster 2003 Vaugn & Carolyn Kloster 1970 Jim & LaRae (Appelgate) Little 1971 Stephanie Lynch Owen Collins 2003 Bill & Cindy Ormston 1958 Peggy Lynch Abigail Beane 2006 John & Mechiele Winters 1991 Sarah Vint 11 12 13 Jim Drahozal 1962 Caleb & Michelle Sieh 2004 Lynn & Claire Handorf 1970 Chris Krull 1975 Regann Bessman 2010 Ryann Bessman 2010 14 15 16 17 20 21 22 23 26 28 29 30 Codi Groth 1996 Heidi Langenbau 1969 Richard Kloster 1975 Jane Appelgate 1956 Pam Fleming Amy Niedermann 1969 Jay Beichley 1989 Lee & Patti Cornwell 1964 Michelle Beichley Sieh 1982 Abby Svendsen 1993 Abigail Kemp 2007 Lisa Appelgate 1969 Harriett Fleming 1925 Ross & Beverly Iverson 1966 Hannah Grace Beane 2004 Mark Appelgate 1954 Gary & Darlene Koster 1995

IMAGINE NO MALARIA
Every 45 seconds a child dies from malaria in Africa. One in five of all childhood deaths in Africa are due to malaria. Malaria traps communities in a downward spiral of poverty, as it disproportionately affects those who cannot afford treatment or have limited access to health care. BUT, it is preventable and curable. The Iowa Conference of the United Methodist Church is one of twelve conferences taking on the “Imagine No Malaria” project. It is the next step forward from “Nothing But Nets,” which provides treated mosquito nets to subSaharan Africa. Imagine No Malaria goes beyond nets in five ways: Partnering with communities in Africa: empowering African people to be part of the solution. Prevention: using bed nets, access to diagnostic tests and medicine, draining standing water, improving sanitation Treatment: Improving infrastructure (the hundreds of churches, schools, clinics, and hospitals operated by the UM Church in Africa) by making sure the facilities have the equipment and treatment needed. Education: Outreach to those who need it by local people trained to reach their communities. Communications: Upgrading communications equipment and networks with new radio stations, handcrank and solar powered radios to reach larger numbers of people with life-saving information. So what do you do? Are you going to “just know” that malaria exists and kills 880,000 people per year? Chapel Church’s Administrative Council has committed $500 to be given to the project at Annual Conference during the first weekend in June. God has put on my heart to give an amount equal to taking my family out to eat in a restaurant so that I can be a part of saving lives in Africa. What has God called you to do about malaria? Perhaps it’s an amount equal to your donuts with coffee or your concessions at the ball game. Whatever it is, listen for God and be willing to act, rather than “just know.” Donations to Imagine No Malaria may be given to Chapel Church with the word “malaria” in the designation. Or you may donate online at http:// www.ImagineNoMalaria.org Chapel’s donation will be presented during Annual Conference, June 2-5. Thank you for taking part in saving lives. -Susan Beichley, Chr. Missions Committee

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June 2012

Thu/May 31 Sat/Jun 2 June 2-5 Sun/Jun 3

9 am Prepare newsletter for mailing in Fellowship Hall 11 am – 4 pm Green Mountain VFD and EMS Open House at GM Fire Station. Food and free will donation accepted. Iowa Annual Conference, Iowa Events Center, Des Moines [Pastor Dean gone to conference] 9:30 am Sunday School 10:30 am Worship 3-6 pm 90th Birthday Party for Vivian Dennis, Cimber Strayer’s grandmother, at First Presbyterian Church in Conrad. All are welcome!

Sat/Jun 9

8 am Men’s breakfast @ Chapel. All men and young men invited for food and fellowship.

Sun/Jun 10

9:30 am Sunday School 10:30 am Worship; Father’s Day Recognition (by Witness Committee/Barbara Burt chrm & YF); Mission Minute; Children’s Church Love In Action Team meeting after church

Mon-Fri Jun 11-15 Wed/Jun 13 Fri/Jun 15 Sun/Jun 17

8:30 am Vacation Bible School at Garwin UMC.

12:30 pm LCA @ Gifts of Grace; Hostess Carolyn Kloster; Devotions Shirley Svendsen; Entertainment Harriett Fleming; Roll call: favorite summer spot 6 pm Lage Fish Fry, Memorial Building, Gladbrook; bring potluck dish and own service. Father’s Day 9 am Bible School program @ Garwin UMC with snacks afterwards. No regular Sunday School or worship services @ Chapel

Tue/Jun 19

6:30 am Crank Ice Cream 5 pm Ice Cream Social

Jun 21-24 Sun/Jun 24

Gladbrook Corn Carnival 9:30 am Sunday School 10:30 am Worship

Thu/Jun 28

Women’s Trip to Dysart & Traer sponsored by UMW. Leave 9 am from Chapel; 9:10 am from Gladbrook.

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A monthly publication of Chapel United Methodist church Pastor Dean J. Kelly Phone: 319-230-0627 or 319-290-8190 Email: irish@slrmail.com Church: 641-474-2278 Group email: chapel@iastate.edu Chapel Blog: http://chapelfriends.blogspot.com/

Chapel Church 1597 Abbott Avenue Gladbrook Ia 50635

JUNE
Ushers Worship Leader
John Richter

Musicians
Marcia Wiese Kathryn Burt

Music & Flowers

Children's Sermon

Nursery

Adult Sunday School
Adult I: Kathryn Burt Parenting Class: Dee B, Sue K Jr/Sr High: Vint’s M&M: Vaugn Kloster

JUN 3 10 17 24 JUL 1 8 15 22 29

Dan & Tricia Steen

Connie Buchman

Marla Hlas

Shauna Smith

Jr. SS Opening/Multi-age: Sue Koster Jr. SS Opening/Multi-age: Claire Handorf

Chris & Amy Bland

Claire Handorf

Lynda & Journey M.

Vacation Bible School Program 9 am @ Garwin UMC No services @ Chapel
Doug & Linda Svendsen Lynn Beichley Dale Langenbau Kelly Newcomb Sue Koster Pastor Dean Lynda & Journey M. Jr. SS Opening/Multi-age: Bill & Tammy Backoff Adult I: Kathryn Burt Parenting Class: Dee B, Sue K Jr/Sr High: Beichley’s M&M: Vint’s Ben & Shauna Smith Marla Hlas Ann Jackson Jr. SS Opening/Multi-Age: Ann Jackson

Larry & Janice Collins

Children’s Church

Ann Jackson Jr. SS Opening/Multi-Age: Diana Collins Claire & Karen H. Claire & Karen H. Shauna Smith Jr. SS Opening/Multi-Age: Marci Krull Jr. SS Opening/Multi-Age: Heidi Langenbau Jr. SS Opening/Multi-Age: Janice Collins

Ross & Beverly Iverson Dan & Sarah Beane

Pastor Dean

Susan B.

Ron & Jeff Koster

Pastor Dean

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