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September 4, 2016 The Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

posted Sep 7, 2016, 8:26 AM by Linda Hadley

This Week at Trinity

 

 

Sun., Sept. 4         8:00 a.m.  Divine Service (MA)

                             9:45 a.m.  Divine Service (CR)

                             11:00 a.m.  Bible Class (CR)

 

Mon., Sept. 5        Labor Day—Office will be closed.

 

 

Tues., Sept. 6       8:30-11:30 a.m.  Preschool

                            12:30-3:00 p.m.   Preschool

                              7:00 p.m.  Rachel Circle at Becky

                                               Hagen’s  house

 

Wed., Sept 7       12:30-3:30 p.m.  Preschool

                             6:30 p.m.  Board of Elders

 

 

Thurs., Sept. 8      8:30-11:00 a.m.  Preschool

                             9:45 a.m.  Preschool Chapel

                             12:30-3:30 p.m.  Preschool

                             1:45  p.m.  Preschool Chapel

 

Sun., Sept. 11      8:00 a.m.  Divine Service/HC (MA)

                             9:45 a.m.  Divine Service/HC (CR)

                             11:00 a.m. Bible Class (CR)

                             5:00 p.m.  Installation Service for

                                Pastor Rutz.   A meal will follow the

                                service.   See the back of this sheet

                                for more details.

 

                              

 Prayers

 Cancer: Al Davis; Denice Creveling; Diane England; Gary McCraken; Jamie Boos; Merle Triggs;  Paul Garchow; Randy Nemitz; Rhonda Smith; Steve McCann; Chuck Ehm; Susie Seals; Melynda Crawford; Ron Ludwig; Kent Larsen;  Dale Smelling; Tyler Miller; Haiting Hsieh; Gary Veitz; Judy Woods

 

Illness or Recovery:  Brailee Jones; Tricia Niehouse;

Kory Nonneman;  Neomi Davis; Joe Haines;


 Military: Aaron Hoogland; Nathan Nonneman

 

Missions: Concordia Mission Society;

James and Christel Neuendorf (Dominican Republic);

Pastor Daniel Vogel (Denison, Iowa);

Pastor Herb and Markie Burch (Peru);

Pastor James and Angela Sharp and Family (Uruguay);

Pastor Joel and Clarion Fritsche and Family (Dominican Republic);

Pastor Stephen and Maggie Oliver and Family (Taiwan);

Life Care Clinic, (Stuart & Creston)

Trinity Preschool (Creston)

 

Seminary Student: Luke Watt

 

Shut-ins: May Carlisle, Mary Carson, Wilma Cottrell, Donna Dittman, Jeanne Herzberg, Irene Hogue, Bertha Jensen, Sheree Zuniga, Frieda Porter

Bertha Jensen is currently living at Crest Haven Care Center.

 

Condolences:   We pray for Danny and Jeanette Lutrick and family because of the death of Jeanette’s mother (Vera Moore).

 

Attendance :  Aug 28 MA 17, H/C 11;  CR 75, H/C 68

Attendance cards for all are found in the pew racks.

 

 

 Life Together

Installation Service:   Pastor Rutz will be installed as our new pastor at Trinity on Sunday, September 11, at 5:00 p.m. in Creston.   All are invited to attend this special service and to welcome Pastor and his family to Trinity.   A meal will follow the service.   Meat, buns, cake, and beverages will be provided.   All others are asked to bring a side dish (i.e. a salad, beans, chips, etc.) 

 

Rachel Circle will meet at Becky Hagen’s home on Tuesday, September 7 at 7:00 p.m.    

 

Lifelight Bible Study will begin Monday, September 12 at 6:30 pm and Tuesday, September 13 at 1:00 pm.  We will begin study of the book of Romans, Part Two.  In 1552 Dr. Luther wrote this about the book of Romans: “This epistle is really the chief part of the New Testament and the very purest Gospel,…..It can never by read or pondered too much, and the more it is dealt with the more precious it becomes, and the better it tastes.” 

FORMER LIFELIGHT STUDENTS:

Materials are ready for you on the table in the Narthex.

NEW TO LIFELIGHT?:

The same material is presented twice each week.  You may attend either the Monday or the Tuesday class.  The lesson is the same.

For study materials contact Janette Lang.

 

Early Risers will resume on Tuesday, September 13 at 6:30 a.m.  We will begin with reading and discussion of the book of Esther.  You are welcome to join us either regularly or occasionally.  

 

Youth Confirmation classes will begin on Wednesday, September 14 with a meeting for parents and students.   The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall


Trinity Mt. Ayr  Invites Trinity Creston

Let’s get together for an afternoon of miniature. Golf.  Haven’t played miniature golf?   Not a problem.  You can be a pro by the end of the day.  A bonfire will be ready for roasting hot dogs and making smores. 

When:  Sunday, September 25  3:00 p.m.

Where:  2572 210th St.   Afton, Iowa—One mile south of Afton on Hwy 169, turn East n 210thSt., continue approximately 1.5 miles on gravel to 2572 on south (right) side of road. 

What should I bring:  Hot dogs and buns and

fixin’s for smores, soft drinks or water for your family.  There will be some chairs available, however, you might want to bring lawn chairs with you.

 

 

The annual LWML Fall Rally is scheduled for Saturday, October 22 at St. Paul, Clarinda, Iowa.  Registration is at 9:30 a.m., with Eileen Westrum being the guest speaker.  She has been on 17+ mission trips and will be sharing her experiences.  A salad luncheon will follow.  The cost for the registration is still to be determined

 

  

Witness

 

The large LWML mite box will be located in the back of the sanctuary the whole month of September and also the first Sunday of October, which is when LWML Sunday will be observed.  On October 2, there will be a special service, “Come and See”, which it the theme for this year’s LWML Sunday.  Some of the ladies of Trinity will be participating and will also be serving baked goods during the fellowship hour.  A bake sale and craft sale will be taking place during this time as well, with all monies taken in to go for MITES.  Last year we were blessed with over $400 from our MITE offering.  All Trinity ladies (Creston and Mt. Ayr) are encouraged to participate.   A sign up sheet will be put out on the table in the narthex for everyone to list your favorite muffins, coffee cakes, breads, cinnamon rolls, pies, etc. to make for selling/serving.  Of course, the bake sale is not just limited to baked items.  Jams, jellies, etc. would be encouraged, too.   There is still time to be making your favorite craft items.  We hope this year’s event will be even bigger and better than last year’s!  If there are ay questions, you can talk with Maggie Dory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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