Opening Hymn -270
Liturgy – Page 15 (front of hymnal)
Scripture Readings: Jonah 3; Psalm 45:6-7
Acts 2:36-41; Luke 13:1-5
[Old Testament Lesson from NIV ’84; Psalm, Epistle & Gospel from EHV]
THE ATHANASIAN CREED – Pages 132-133 (front of hymnal)
Hymn – 339
SERMON – Jonah 3 – THREE TURNAROUNDS
Offertory – Offering – Prayers – Lord’s Prayer
Hymn – 277
Closing Prayer & Benediction
Closing Hymn – 195
ADULT INSTRUCTION CLASS
We are looking to start a new adult instruction class toward review of basic Bible teachings or church membership in late summer or early fall. If you or someone you know is interested, please phone the pastor: 486-2754.
LOOKING AHEAD TO NEXT SCHOOL YEAR
Miss Megan Lepke has accepted the Divine Call we extended to her to teach Grades 1-2. She will be installed in August. Our alignment for the classrooms next year (2018-2019 school year) will be: Mrs. Gwen Manke – Pre-school & Kindergarten; Miss Megan Lepke, Grades 1 & 2; Mr. Eric Duve – Grades 3 & 4; Miss Karen Bauer– Grades 5 & 6; Mr. Richard Bakken – Principal and Grades 7 & 8.
IMPORTANT UPCOMING EVENTS
Luther High Graduation TODAY 2:00 p.m.
District Pastor-Teacher Conv. June 4-5 (Mon. Services Start June 11)
Monday ‘Repeat’ Services Start June 11 thru Aug. 7:00p.m.
Family Vacation Bible School June 19, 20, 21 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
FAMILY VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
SIGN-UP SHEET ON TABLE IN ENTRY
June 19, 20, 21 (Tues. Wed. Thurs.), 2018
7:00 – 8:30 p.m. – At St. Paul’s School
THIS YEAR’S THEME: “DARE TO BE A DANIEL”
This is the time of year when advertisers sell books by advising folks to put 5 or 10 books on their “summer reading list.” Sometimes life may slow down enough for folks to spend some time reading the latest trending novel or biography. But there is no better Book than the one which God has mercifully placed into our hands and before our eyes. This summer, why not add the Holy Scriptures – or at least of part of the Scriptures – to your summer reading list? On the ledge as you come up the stairs to the narthex are three different Bible-reading plans. A one-year plan for reading the whole Bible, a three-year plan for getting through the whole Bible, and a 90-day plan for reading through the New Testament. This last one is a great summer opportunity to read through the Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV) New Testament at an easy pace during the summer months. You will be glad you did. It will bring real rest to your weary soul.