| ST. JOHN’S WEEKLY
Pastor Daniel Vang – Pastor 715-229-4211/715-669-5608
email@example.com Accompanist: Holly Thorne
Sunday, October 25, 2020
The service today can be viewed on Facebook “LIVE” at 10:15am.
If you do not have Facebook or internet access, please contact the Church at 715-229-4211 and we will send you a copy of the sermon.
Another way to join in on the service is called ZOOM. The worship service can be listened to on your landline or cell phone at 10:15am on Sunday mornings. Dial 1-312-626-6799. Enter the Meeting ID when prompted: 328-764-4365, PASSWORD 941740. When prompted for Participant ID, just press # to skip. ENJOY
THE SERVICE. Long distance rates will apply depending on
your phone plan.
Pentecost 21 – The Everyday Life: Taking Steps Together
1 Thessalonians 2:11-12
Hymns: From All that Dwell Below the Skies #816
Let Us Ever Walk with Jesus #685
God of the Prophets, Bless the Prophets’ Son #682
A Mighty Fortress is our God #657
PRAYER OF MEDITATION
Christ Jesus, your greatest commandment is to love. Help us to love as you love--unconditionally, sacrificially, from the heart. May our love for one another become stronger as we grow each day in our understanding of just how much you have loved us.
OUR RESPONSE TO OUR GIVING, GENEROUS LORD
Needed Weekly $2439.00 October 18 – $1570.00
Growth - $60.00 Missions - $40.00
Attendance – 53
You can send in your contributions via the mail. Just put it in your assigned church envelope, seal it, put a stamp on the address side,
and mail it. The Postal Service will deliver it.
OCTOBER SCRIPTURE READINGS
25 Psalm 119:137-144 Ezekiel 43-45
26 Psalm 119:145-152 Ezekiel 46-48
27 Psalm 119:153-160 Daniel 1-3
28 Psalm 119:161-168 Daniel 4-6
29 Psalm 119:169-176 Daniel 7-9
30 Psalm 120 Daniel 10-12
31 Psalm 121 Hosea 1-4
Stewardship Thought - Reformation Day - John 8:36 – “So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.” Today we celebrate Reformation Day! Luther is rightly remembered as a champion of the Gospel, but he also called himself “the apostle of good works.” For only in being set free by the Gospel can we do good works. Jesus has set us free, and His blood covers over our sins. We stand before God as His beloved children, and we are invited to live our lives to His glory for the good of His kingdom.
We remember in our prayers this week our members and friends:
At Home: Harvey & Velda Anderson, Helen Pagel, Mallory Blasel, Jody Devereaux (Baehr’s son in law), Mary Giese (Cindy Gutsch’s mom), Ruth Gaede
At CCLRC: Doris Felician
Moulder Health Care: Dorothy Klabon
In Thorp: Dennis Rohland, Phil Benzinger
In The Military: Elijah & Taylor Zaldana-Washington, Holly Dieball, Alex Dunnivent
THIS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2020 – We will be installing Rev. Daniel Vang as our Pastor at St. John’s. This will be a joint service with St. Paul’s. We are excited to officially begin this journey with a new Pastor and as a joint congregation with St. Paul’s, Thorp. Masks and Social Distancing are highly recommended. We will hold a light reception and a “Card Shower” to honor Pastor Dan and his family following the Service.
We welcome Rev. Dwayne Lueck, North Wisconsin District President from Wausau, who will be doing the installation of Pastor Vang and Rev. Mark Schulz as our guest preacher today.
Thank you to Pastor Tom and Jean Myhre for the beautiful flowers on our altar today!
St. Paul’s Women’s Small Group is holding their next book study event “Trustworthy” beginning Wed., November 4th at 6:30pm. See the bulletin board for details