Sunday 5/26 - Collection for World Relief
we will have the collection boxes open next Sunday also for the World Relief Collection. With the number of disasters that have occurred we want to provide opportunity for any additional support you may wish to provide World Relief in addition to our normal collection.
June 3-7 - VBS
- Vacation Bible School is scheduled for June 3 – June 7. The format will be similar to last year. Please have your students here in time to start at 7:00 each night.
- There is a signup sheet for VBS donated food items and waitresses that are needed for the week of VBS. Please sign up on the bulletin board in the north hall.
- For VBS crafts, kindergarten through 3rd grade students will need to bring a paint shirt, and 4th-6th grade students will need a ruler and scissors. Please label these items with your name and bring them to the craft rooms the first night of VBS.
- The following is a schedule of the topics/presenters for our week of VBS.
o Monday, June 3 – Bro. Dennis Kaufmann – “God Gives Us Hope”
o Tuesday, June 4 – Bro. Erik Givens – “God Gives Us Special Abilities”
o Wednesday, June 5 – Bro. Randy Mogler – “God Gives Us Wisdom”
o Thursday, June 6 – Bro. Ted Witzig, Jr. – “God Gives Us Forgiveness”
o Friday, June 7 – Bro. Daren Metz – “God Gives Us Family”
A reminder to sign up for the father-son campout to be held at Comlara Park on June 14th-15th. It would be appreciated if you could sign up by June 2nd. (signup sheet is in the north hall). Please note: You would not need to say at the campground overnight if you wish to spend the evening with us. This campout is for all ages. If your father or son is unable to attend, you are still welcome. If you have any questions or would like to help with this event, please contact Bro. Robey Shuck.
Sunday School Elections
We welcome the new Sunday School teachers elected to begin later this year. Intermediate teachers will be Brothers Sam Bertschi, Nate Hodel, Jason Rassi, and Brad Sauder. Bible Class teachers will be Brothers Nate Fehr and Chad Martin. We appreciate their willingness to serve our youth.