The Weekly

                 SCRIPTURE READINGS THIS WEEK
       MAY        19        Psalm 137       John   9 - 10
                        20        Psalm 138       John 11 - 12
                        21        Psalm 139       John 13 - 14
                        22        Psalm 140       John 15 - 16
                        23        Psalm 141       John 17 - 18
                        24        Psalm 142       John 19
                        25        Psalm 143       John 20 - 21
    
                                   ANNOUNCEMENTS
We remember in our prayers this week our members and friends:
Hospitalized at Aspirus in Wausau: Rachel Mueller and baby boy
     At Home:  Harvey & Velda Anderson, Billy Anderson
     At CCLRC: Phil Benzinger   
     In Thorp: Dennis Rohland
     At Deerview Meadows (Medford): James Larson
     Moulder Health Care Center: Dorothy Klabon
In The Military: Elijah & Taylor Zaldana-Washington, Holly Dieball.
Pastor Tom and Jean will be on vacation May 28th – June 10th. In case you are in need of Pastoral Services, Pastor Daniel Vang of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Thorp will be our contact Pastor. The church # is 715-669-5608
 
TODAY is Graduation Recognition / Last day of Sunday School – We will recognize those members in our congregation who will be graduating from High School and have a special message for the children. A reception will be held in the church basement following the service.
 
                          GRADUATING CLASS OF 2019
 
       Daniel Boehlke – THORP           Walker Kalepp - OWHS             
       Donald Lampi – OWHS              Dylan Tomczak - OWHS
       Kevin Kitlica – OWHS                Dalton Oelke-Hamm - COLBY
       Lucas Geldernick – OWHS         Marcus Ackerman – OWHS                            
 
Stewardship Thought:  –  Rev. 21:1 -“Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more.”The things of this world are passing away. We are waiting for a new heaven and a new earth that has been promised to us in Christ. This knowledge is foundational for our stewardship of what God has put into our hands. What is truly important? What is worthy of our support? How has God called us to use“unrighteous mammon”for the good of our neighbor and His kingdom?
 
TUESDAY, May 21 – NOON is the deadline for the June Ambassador. 
 
                      THIS WEEK AT ST JOHN’S
    
     TUES        NOON        Ambassador Deadline
     SUN          9am              Worship