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OPENING HYMN #144
CONFESSION OF SINS
LORD, HAVE MERCY Kyrie
PRAYER OF THE DAY
FIRST LESSON Acts 3:12-20
PSALM OF THE DAY PSALM 16
SECOND LESSON 1 John 5:1-6
VERSE OF THE DAY
GOSPEL John 20:19-31
HYMN OF THE DAY #145
SERMON: Acts 3:17-20 – JESUS IS A BREATH OF FRESH AIR
I. God promised he would come.
II. God promises he will come.
PRAYER OF THE CHURCH
HOLY, HOLY , HOLY
WORDS OF INSTITUTION
O CHRIST, LAMB OF GOD Agnus Dei
DISTRIBUTION HYMN #165
CLOSING HYMN #166
Pastor Brock Groth has accepted the call to St Paul’s. On Sunday, April 11, it was announced that Pastor Brock Groth has accepted the Divine Call to be the next Pastor of St. Paul’s. Please join us in welcoming Pastor Groth as our next Pastor. More details to follow on installation service and fellowship!
Ulamae “Mae” Langrehr passed away on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at the age of 91. Funeral services will be on Wednesday, April 21 at 11 am here at the church. Visitation will be from 10 am until time of service.
Altar flowers are placed today in honor of the anniversary of James and Vicki Whalen.
A Divine Call has been placed to Mr. Zachariah Thooft to serve as a teacher/vice principal for Grades 3-4 at our St. Paul’s School. Mr. Thooft, 28, is currently serving at Bethel Lutheran School in Bay City, MI. He has a wife, Kathryn, and one child. Please keep him and his family in your prayers as he deliberates this Divine Call. Feel free to send him an email with prayers and encouragement: email@example.com
In the Narthex: New copies of Meditations, Forward in Christ, The Annual Report for 2020, and MLC InFocus.
In the Basement: 2021 Offering Envelopes, The Annual Report for 2020, Scrip order basket, Church Newsletter sign-up.
Central Africa Medical Mission
The WELS Central Africa Medical Mission (CAMM_ is marking 60 years of meeting the physical and spiritual needs of people in Zambia and Malawi.
The CAMM clinics in Malawi and Zambia serve all the medical needs short of hospitalization for close to 50,000 people, including:
· Routine child health and nutrition services
· Delivery of babies in Zambia (mandated by the government)
· Pre- and post-delivery care
· Comprehensive HIV/AIDS health services
· Outpatient medical services
· Chronic disease monitoring
· Making sure villages have safe water supplies and adequate sanitation
· Teaching on topics such as general health and how to plant and care for nutrition gardens
· Integrating COVID-19 management strategies to both provide care for and minimize possible infection transmission
Learn more about the Central Africa Medical Mission at www.camm.us.