|Today||12:15 PM||Confirmation Reception|
|7:00 PM||Joint High School and Young Adults' Night|
|7:00 PM||Lutheran Confessions|
|Thursday||10:30 AM||Bible Class (I, II, III John)|
|7:00 PM||Law and Gospel|
|7:30 PM||Choir Rehearsal|
|Friday||5:00 PM||Concordia All School Picnic|
|Saturday||1-4:00 PM||Lassman Open House-Music Groups and Sunday School|
|Sunday||8:00 AM||Divine Service Two|
|9:20 AM||Education Hour|
|10:45 AM||Divine Service Two|
Confirmed today at the 10:45 service: Andrew “Trey” Knudson, Nikolas Linden and Carter Munsell. Please join with them and their families downstairs in the Fellowship Hall after the 10:45 service for a reception in their honor.
Women’s Bible Study - Monday June 6th at 7:00pm in the choir room. We will continue the study of the Gospel of John. All women are welcome. Vicar Fremer will lead the study.
Men’s Night Out - Monday, June 6, at 6:00 p.m. at Ivar’s Salmon House, 401 NE Northlake Way. Please RSVP to Brian Danforth.
Due to lack of volunteers, VBS will not be offered this year.
Mite Box Sunday - Did you remember your mite box? You may put your boxes (full of change) in the basket at the back of the sanctuary and pick up a new one. Thank you for supporting missions through the LWML. Everyone is welcome to pick up a new box to save your change, and then turn in next month.
For June, we will be collecting women’s hygiene supplies. Your donations are always appreciated at the Compass Cascade Women’s Shelter.
Law & Gospel Class - Class will continue through the summer quarter. If you are interested in studying Walther’s lectures on the subject – you are invited. Thesis VII on June 2 . Classes are on Thursday nights from 7-9 p.m. Books are available in the church office.
“Mission In Motion” Please help support one of our own members, Margie Longan, as she participates in LWML’s “Pledge, Walk & Exercise” at the LWML’s 34th Biennial Convention in Peoria, Illinois! Margie will be one of many participating in “Moving for Missions.” You can help her by pledging on the upstairs bulletin board! All pledges need to be collected by Sunday, June 12. Please make checks payable to Messiah Lutheran Church and memo it to LWML. Pledges can be sent to the office, given to Margie, or dropped off in the Sunday offerings designated LWML mission walk.
The Lutheran Witness is a monthly publication that speaks directly about what’s important to today’s Lutherans: Christian life, missions and ministries, and people of faith. If you would like to get a subscription, please pay by June 5. Annual fee is $15.00. Make checks payable to Messiah Lutheran Church, and designate for Lutheran Witness. Pastor encourages you to subscribe.
If you see some of our youth baking cookies and selling them between services on Sunday, you aren't seeing things! They will be working the cookie station over the next few Sundays in an effort to raise money for their trip this July to the Higher Things Youth Conference being held at the University of Nevada. So please stop by, pick up a cookie and if you can donate a little extra to support their trip The youth thank you for your generosity!
After a year and a half of faithful service, Messiah's office Secretary, Hillary Saalfeld is leaving us in June. We congratulate Hillary for her graduation from the University of Washington and wish her God's blessings on the next step in her life. This however leaves a vacancy in the church office. The Executive Board is seeking resumes for a permanent Secretary. This position includes health care benefits. A detailed job description is available in the church office. Resumes will be accepted until May 29 and the Executive Board will do the hiring. Please direct questions and submit all resumes directly to church President, Neil Strege. He can be reached at 425.269.8530 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This position is important to all aspects of Messiah's work so all interested members should prayerfully consider applying.
DON’T FORGET to get your recipes in! The deadline is quickly approaching! Contact Hillary by June 1st at 206.524.0024.
Coming August 22-26, 2011! This year’s Continuing Education Class “No More ‘Peek-a-Boo’ Jesus: Christology of the Old Testament.” Cost for the class will be $150.00. If you are interested, there is a sign up sheet with more information on the upstairs bulletin board. Contact Pastor Lassman 206.524.0024 on the best way to register.
Today in Sunday School: As it was for Peter, so it is for us is the message (Acts 12). The Word of God is never proclaimed in vain. Though we suffer because of the sin of others, God’s will is done. Talk to your children about modern day persecution of the church of God and how, even in the midst of persecution, God sustains and increases His Church. How does God’s Word break through the chains of our sin and the suffering it causes?
CHRISTOLOGICAL CREEDAL, CONFESSIONAL... Issues, Etc. is a radio talk show hosted by LCMS Pastor Todd Wilken and produced by Lutheran Public Radio. Topics include: The Ascension of Christ, Mary Visits Elizabeth, Justin Martyr, The Athanasian Creed and more. You can listen to what you want when you want at www.issuesetc.org.
Congratulations! On Friday, May 20th, both Trevor Mankin and Gail Ludvigson graduated from the Fort Wayne Seminary. We wish them God’s blessing on this great accomplishment. Exciting things are in their futures. While Trevor prepares for his return to Messiah Lutheran Church, Gail is seeking placement with Lutheran Bible Translators in Aurora, Illinois. Please look on the upstairs bulletin board for Trevor’s acceptance letter.
How you can serve in your church
New schedules will be coming out in the end of June. Would you like to serve in your church? There are many ways and opportunities you can help.
Children’s Message presenter: You are given helpful messages for your assigned Sunday to assist you in your short 3 minute presentation to the children. (Must be approved by Pastor)
Transportation: We have local members who require a ride to church. This usually would take one Sunday a month per driver.
Readers: Reading the weekly lesson during the service. Each reader is mailed their readings in advance to practice, high school age and above.
Ushers: Join a current team of ushers. It’s a simple but important job! High schoolers too!
Greeters: It is always nice to be greeted at the door and warmly welcomed. Have a “touch” phobia? That’s okay, there is no need to shake hands, just give a warm welcome.(High school and above)
Cookie Makers: Love to make cookies and enjoy the smiles of buyers? We would like to fill in a few holes in our rotation. You don’t have to stay for both services if we can get enough helpers. Its as simple as placing frozen dough on a sheet, baking and packaging.
If you would like to serve your church, please contact the church office by June 12 at 206.524.0024.
Please remember.... Many hands make the work light.
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