|5:30 PM||Young Adults|
|Monday||6:00 PM||Ladies' Night Out|
|Tuesday||7:00 PM||Elders' Meeting|
|7:00 PM||Bell Choir|
|Wednesday||9:30 AM||Project Day|
|4:00 PM||Confirmation Class|
|6:00 PM||Lenten Dinner|
|7:00 PM||Lenten Service|
|Thursday||10:30 AM||Bible Class|
|7:00 PM||Law and Gospel|
|Saturday||5:30 PM||Potluck for Wind Ensemble|
|7:00 PM||Concordia University Wind Ensemble Concert|
|Sunday||8:00 AM||Divine Service Three|
|9:20 AM||Education Hour|
|10:45 AM||Divine Service Three|
|7:00 PM||High School Youth Night|
In our prayers: Carole Martens who will have tumor surgery on March 24 at the University of Washington Medical Center. Thelma Taylor at Evergreen Hospital with a tumor.
Help for Japan through Lutheran World Relief - Please see the insert in today’s bulletin to see how you could help.
Please join us Wednesday night before the Lenten Service for a supper at 6:00 p.m. sponsored by Concordia Lutheran School.
Ladies’ Night Out - Join us at Kabul Afghan Cuisine restaurant, tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. (2301 N. 45th St. in Wallingford). RSVP to Bev Edmon.
High School & Junior High Youth - Please sign up today on your youth boards to help put together the Easter Breakfast. We need youth to help set up the Fellowship Hall on Saturday(April 23) and cook, serve, and clean up after the breakfast on Sunday (April 24). Sign up TODAY!
Messenger Deadline is TODAY. Please make sure your articles reach the office by Sunday. You can email your articles to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave it in the office communication box located in the choir room.
For March, we are collecting women’s hygiene supplies and liquid body soap. Items can be placed in the lounge basket upstairs. Your donations will help individuals at the Compass Cascade Women’s Shelter. In April, we will be collecting shaving cream, razors and after-shave. Thank you to all our wonderful givers.
Lamb of God Lutheran Church, 12509 27th Ave NE, Seattle, invites you to the installation service of its new pastor, Bradley Malone, on Sunday, April 3rd at 3:00 p.m. District President, Rev. Paul Linnemann, will be the guest preacher. A reception meal will follow.
CHRIST-CENTERED, CROSS FOCUSED TALK RADIO...Do any of these topics interest you: Liberal Protestantism & Muslim Extremism, Jesus & the Samaritan Women, The History of the King James, Bible, The Annunciation of Our Lord and more. Issues, Etc. is a radio talk show produced by Lutheran Public Radio and hosted by LCMS Pastor Todd Wilken. You can listen to what you want when you want at www.issuesetc.org.
Today in Sunday School: We learned about Jesus teaching the Pharisee Nicodemus under the cover of night (John 3:1-21). Since the fall into sin, all are born spiritually blind, sinful and unclean. We are like Nicodemus and cannot see our sin or understand who Jesus truly is for us. As children of God, born of water and the Spirit, we can see our sinfulness and the salvation that is ours in Jesus Christ. Talk to you children about their Baptism and discuss what Baptism does for us.
Did you notice the Vacation Bible School bulletin board in the Narthex last Sunday? It’s that time again! VBS this year is the week of June 27 to July 1. We need many volunteers to help make this year’s VBS a success. Please stop by and prayerfully consider how you can help. There are many positions available. Where do you fit in? Questions? Please call Pastor or the church office at 524.0024.
On the weekend of March 26-27, Messiah will have the joy of having the Wind Ensemble from Concordia University in Portland, Oregon. On Saturday, March 26, we will host 29 students in Messiah’s Fellowship Hall for an early supper and then enjoy a concert in the early evening. On Sunday, March 27, the Wind Ensemble will participate in our worship by accompanying hymns and the liturgy. We are asking members to house these students Saturday night and prepare a sack lunch for their departure Sunday after the Divine Service. There is a sign-up sheet located on the upstairs bulletin board if you can house a student There will be a potluck for our guests on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. We are asking members to help out with food. If your last name begins with A-H, please bring a casserole; if it begins with I-P, please bring a salad and those beginning with Q-Z please bring a dessert. For those of you bringing a potluck item, please feel free to join the group to eat. There is a sign up sheet located on the upstairs bulletin board.
Concordia Auction- Round Up at the Concordia Corral, Saturday, April 16: The new March theme is “Pampered Pets.” Please donate jeweled collars, decorative leashes, gourmet pet food etc. For more information, please visit the display board or contact Becky Matson. Fancy cakes and other desserts are needed for the auction. Do you have a special dessert that you think may bring in the highest auction price? For more information, please visit the Auction display table downstairs.
There’s still time to register! Lutheran Marriage Encounter has helped thousands of husbands and wives experience intimacy in their relationships through its weekends. These unique weekends are based on a series of presentations by lay and clergy couples about the feelings, needs, and challenges common to most married couples. Opportunity is provided to learn as well as practice tools needed to maintain and grow healthy marriages, especially communication tools. This benefits families, churches, and communities! Clergy are encouraged to attend! It is most helpful if you register by March 27. Questions? Please contact: Carl & Dallas Anne Presley.
Mite Box Sunday this month is March 27, next Sunday. You can put your mite boxes in the basket at the back of the sanctuary and pick up another one for next month. Thank you for supporting LWML mission activities.
Would you enjoy assisting the LWML Project Day Ladies’ make quilts for Lutheran World Relief? Come join them on Wednesday, March 23 from 9:30 - 2:00. Don’t forget to bring a sack lunch!
Pastor Lassman’s Adult Information Class meets this Thursday, 7 p.m. Topic for study is “Jesus Christ” (Who He is and what He’s done). Those having completed the class are always welcome as drop-ins.
Messiah Lutheran Church has had a relationship with The Hearth Stone Retirement Community at Green Lake ever since it began the 1960's including providing members for the Board of Trustees. At this time Messiah has one member, Jane Krueger, on the Board. The Board is looking for more Lutheran participation. If you would like to be considered please contact Pastor Lassman in the office. Qualifications would include a concern for adequate housing for retired/seniors, ability to work harmoniously with others in the smooth operation of the facility, and the ability to plan and vision for the future.
Coming August 22-26, 2011! This year’s Continuing Education Class “No More ‘Peek-a-Boo’ Jesus:” Christology of the Old Testament. Understanding the Old Testament and its Christological character and foundation means we must first understand the Hebrew people and their covenantal relationship with God. Therefore, the task is not to “find” Jesus in the Old Testament, but rather to recognize that Christ is the Old Testament. Class will be taught by Professor Jeffrey Pulse from the Seminary at Fort Wayne. If you are interested, there is a sign-up sheet with more information and cost on the upstairs bulletin board.
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