Ezekiel 37:1-14 – Dry as a Bone

Ezekiel 37:1-14 – Dry as a Bone

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“FILL ME” Brad Gollnik
Hymn #184
CONFESSION OF SINS 
Prayer and Praise 
OH, TASTE AND SEE 
PRAYER OF THE DAY 
THE WORD 
FIRST LESSON Ezekiel 37:1-14 
PSALM OF THE DAY PSALM 51b 
SECOND LESSON Acts 2:1-21 
VERSE OF THE DAY 
GOSPEL John 14:25-27 
HYMN OF THE DAY #176
SERMON: Ezekiel 37:1-14 DRY AS A BONE 
APOSTLES’ CREED 
THANKSGIVING 
OFFERING Lord od All Good ……………………………………………………….. 483:3 
PRAYER OF THE CHURCH 
LORD’S PRAYER 
Closing Hymn #185

Baptism:  Celia Margaret Caygill, daughter of Ross and Mikala Caygill, is received into the kingdom of God’s grace by the washing of water and the Word after second service.

Church/School Picnic is May 28 at 12 noon at the Bangor Village Park.  Please sign up for brats/hot dogs ($3 each payable that day) by May 21 on the sign-up sheet in the narthex or call Sara Stratman at 608-486-4735.   Please bring a dish to pass.  Drinks will be provided.  

In Memory of Ula Mae Langrehr $1,300 has been given to the General Fund.    

St. Paul’s Choir will be singing for the installation on June 20 at the 3 pm service.  We will sing “Be Strong in the Lord”.  We will practice Sunday, June 6 after the second service and Thursday, June 17 at 7:30 pm.  Any questions, call Brian Berg at 608-486-4049.      

School Pre-Registration is now open/online for the 2021-22 school year. Please visit https://www.stpaulsbangor.com/forms/school-registration/ to pre-register for next school year to help with planning!                                                                                                                                                   Wisconsin School Choice Program
St. Paul’s is moving forward to become eligible for the Wisconsin School Choice Program.     (WSCP) We have learned this can be a tremendous economic benefit to our school and parents, without giving up control of our school. It will not jeopardize our core values or mission. Many of our surrounding WELS schools are already in the program. Others are in the process of enrolling. Once a child is found eligible for School Choice funds, the eligibility carries forward and will benefit members attending Luther High as well.

The first step is to have St. Paul’s initiate the Accreditation process. This can be a demanding task. We are forming an Accreditation Committee in order to “spread the workload” and proceed efficiently. If any of you would be interested in helping in this important endeavor, please contact President Dan Arndt at 608-269-1200 or dana@arndtbuswellthorn.com or Education Committee Chairman Ben Hoth at 608-386-9868 or hoth883@gmail.com.

Mark Your Calendars!

June 20 – Pastor Groth Installation Service will take place on Sunday, June 20 at 3 pm. A Reception dinner will take place after the service in the St. Paul’s School Gym at approx. 4:30 pm. 

June 27 – Pastor Groth will begin leading worship services. Make plans to join us for worship! A box will be available for cards and also the Gift Card “shower” (see below). 

Gift Card “Shower” for Pastor Groth and Family
An “update” on the traditional Food Shower for a new Pastor and his family, St. Paul’s would like to do a Gift Card shower for the Groth’s to be presented at the Reception dinner. Several options to consider: 1) Purchase via Scrip Program individually; 2) Special Offering Envelope/Online Offering for group order via Scrip (spread evenly across several area grocery stores); 3) Purchase individually from restaurant/store. Contact Treasurer Jeff Parr with any questions.
*Purchases made via the Scrip program benefit St. Paul’s School. For more info on the Scrip Program, please see Janel Lochen.  Scrip orders are due on June 13, 2021.  Scrip box is located in the church basement.
SUMMER WORK DAY for Live Nativity prop repair and painting will take place on Saturday, June 19th starting at 9:00 in the morning at the Rotary Lights Building (27 Market St.) and will go as long as you want to stay or when the work is completed. Many hands make light work and if enough people show up we will be done around noon. Call George Italiano if you have any questions. (608-317-0271)