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Opening Hymn – 235
Liturgy – Page 38 (front of hymnal)
Scripture Lessons: Ezekiel 18:25-32; Psalm 51:15-17
2 Corinthians 7:6-10; Matthew 9:10-13
(Please note responses after Epistle & Gospel Lessons – Page 40)
Hymn – 304
SERMON – Matthew 9:10-13 – WHAT BEING SORRY FOR MY SINS INVOLVES
The Apostles’ Creed – Page 41 (front of hymnal)
The Offering Will Be Brought Forward
Prayers – Lord’s Prayer – Benediction
Closing Hymn – 397
A DIVINE CALL was extended by our voters this past Wednesday evening to Pastor Jacob Haag of Redeemer Lutheran Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan to serve as the next pastor of St. Paul’s, Bangor. Pastor Haag is 32 years old, married, with a one-year old child. Please keep Pastor Haag in your prayers as he weighs the Call where he is currently serving and the Call which we have now extended. The voters also extended a Call to retired Pastor Steven Olson of Onalaska to be the vacancy pastor as of Pastor Hefti’s retirement. Please keep him in your prayers also as he deliberates.
ALTAR FLOWERS are placed today in memory of Trevor Manke, and Leonard & LaVone Manke, and Glen & Carol Proeber by Mr. & Mrs. Todd (Gwen) Manke and children.
IN MEMORY of Les Erickson, $530.00 has been given to the General Fund and $300.00 to the School Renovation Fund.
PASTOR & MRS. HEFTI are visiting family from Friday, July 24 through Wednesday, July 29. We thank Pastor Stuebs for filling in this weekend.
NOTES FROM QUARTERLY VOTERS MEETINGMrs. Penny Adickes will be installed as our 1st & 2nd Grade Teacher at the start of both services on August 23. First day of school at St. Paul’s is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, September 8. Thanks were expressed to all those who have given of their time, talent and treasure to keep things running at church during the pandemic in recent months, and to so many who have been working hard under the guidance of our building committee on the school renovation. A nominating committee which will meet in November was approved in advance (Ron Anderson, Gary Horstman, Greg Scriver). In accordance with traditional good order, Pastor Hefti requested and received from the voters a peaceful release from his Divine Call at St. Paul’s as of his retirement at the end of September.