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ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH
April Lifeline
MAUNDY THURSDAY
APRIL 2
2:00 PM & 6:30 PM
communion at both
GOOD FRIDAY
EASTER SUNDAY
APRIL 3
APRIL 5
6:30 PM
6:00 AM Sunrise
Egg bake breakfast follows
8:00 & 10:00 AM
Easter Band & communion
at both 8 & 10
There will be Noisy Offerings
There is still time to drop of your unwanted treasures now thru April 8
(or to clean out the garage, spare room and attic)
However you want to look at it.
Please wait until Monday, April 6 to bring in large items for the sale!
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General Information
Sick or hospitalized ?
Homebound
Communion
Anyone wanting to
be included on the
St. John Homebound
Communion list
please call the church
office at 833-1703.
Pastor John would like to
visit you if you have any
mental or physical health
issues. Therefore if you or
a loved one is ill, or if
you are in the hospital for
a planned surgery or any
other reason do contact us!
3rd Gear (Senior High Youth Group)
each Wednesday at 7:15pm
Meeting location rotates monthly between
St John Lutheran and Grace Lutheran.
Marty Aberle (Youth Director) has regular office hours.
He will be at St. John on Monday 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
You can find him at Grace (835-1709) on Thursday
from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
Sunday Service
Worship 9:00 am
Call 833-1703.
Traditional Worship
(first and third Sundays)
Prayer Ministers
Prayer teams will
be available in the
narthex for prayer
during all Sunday
Communion services.
Lutheran
While communion is
being served you are
invited to go to the
narthex and a prayer
team will be there to
hear your request and
to pray with you.
Please make use of
this opportunity to
pray!
Contemporary Worship
(second and fourth Sundays)
Holy Communion Maundy Thursday,
Easter Sunday and April 12th and 19th
Sermons Online
Have you checked out Pastor John’s blog?
http://stjohnwaseca.wordpress.com/
World
Relief
LWR
“Fair Trade Coffee” or
“Fair Trade Tea” may
be purchased the first Do you need a RIDE TO CHURCH?
Sunday of each month St. John is just one of several area churches that
before or after services sponsors a Sunday bus service.
or at the office.
To schedule a pick-up please call Jean at the
Church (833-1703) before Friday at 4:00 pm.
Jacob Kuhns,
Trevor Morris,
Matt Wantoch, Chad Chum,
Dana Elias,
Ryan Schroeder,
Darren Peterson, Nickolas Mihm,
Jacob Lemmen,
Please let us know of others to add to the list.
Church Office Hours
Monday — Friday
8:00 — 11:30 am
12:30 — 5:00 pm
St. John Lutheran Church Mission Statement and Purpose
St. John is a Christian family of disciples alive in a Scripture-based, Spirit-led mission of ministry, worship
and play.
Disciples at St. John Lutheran Church are expected to pray often, worship regularly, learn from the
Scriptures, participate in the serving groups if physically able, offer their time and talent as the spirit calls
them, and regularly contribute monetarily to support the mission and ministry of the church.
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In March you were challenged to
Be the Hero
Fight Hunger
and you rose to the challenge
St John’s answer to the hunger fight
was 149 pounds of non-perishables
and $1,300 in monetary donations!
St. John's Prayers Shawl Ministry
is well on its way
once again and it
would be a blessing
to have donations
of yarn for our
ministry. If you
want to contribute
to the Prayer Shawl
Ministry just
follow these
guidelines:
3 skeins of
"Lion brand Homespun Yarn" or
"Red Heart Light & Lofty" Please
make sure the dye lots are the
same for the color chosen.
These yarns can be purchased at
JoAnn Fabrics, and Michaels, Hobby
Lobby, Hancock Fabric and Walmart.
Please bring the yarn to church
and place it in the plastic bin
located in Trinity Hall and
labeled "Prayer Shawl Yarn".
Thank you for your generosity.
Southeastern Minnesota Synod 13th Annual
B R E A K FA S T with the B I S H O P
APRIL 25
T H E B I B L E , B E L I E F, & B E L O N G I N G
9:00—11:00 AM
at Cabelas
in Owatonna
S U N B E A M S U N DAY
Keynote:
APRIL 12
A special service to celebrate our youngest members, St. John Lutheran Sunbeams
(children ages 0-4), and to recognize all those
who have been baptized since April 2014!
Join us after church,
for cookies, milk / juice
and a variety of kid-friendly activities.
Rev. Dr. Eric Burreto
from Lutheran Seminary
$10 registration due by April 16
Contact the church office or Russ
Tesch if interested in attending we need
to pre register, but we will meet here at
the church and carpool to the event.
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Brothers and sisters in Christ,
"They put him to death by hanging him on a tree, but God raised
him on the third day..." (Acts 10:39b-40)
This story is the golden thread running through the Bible -- this
story of God's redeeming and forgiving love, this story of God's
willingness to act in response to the world's evil, this story
summed up in the words "...but God."
On Easter Sunday, we celebrate the ultimate "but God" moment,
the raising of Jesus from the tomb. It is both the proof and the promise of our faith. It reminds
us of what God has done in the past while promising to us what God will do in the future.
With both Jesus and the world, the evil trilogy of Sin, Death and the Devil did their best to
do their worst. Good Friday appeared to be a complete victory for those forces of destruction.
Evil reared its ugly head, and Good stood by idly and did nothing. When Mary went to the
tomb, she went in deep sadness and despair; she went into a place of death; she went to a
place with no hope; she went to prepare a body for burial; she went to put Jesus in his grave.
But when she got there, she discovered that things had changed. The tomb was empty, the
body was missing, and angels were lurking about. Mary had come upon the greatest "but God"
moment of them all.
Our lives are full of difficulty. Stuff happens, as is often said. Our plans don’t always turn
out. And life is subject to the painful realities of decline and decay.
But Easter reminds us that the church has an answer and that answer is God: God's love,
God's forgiveness, God's power, God's calling; in short, God's action in the world. Easter is
more than a promise of life beyond the grave, of happiness in heaven with our loved ones.
Easter is a promise that God's power is active in this moment, in this place, in our lives. Easter
tells us that our eternal life begins now and goes with us through death into God's future.
Easter tells us that whatever may happen to us in this world there is an answer, and the
answer is "but God."
Can you think of a time when God surprised you? When you had a "...but God" turnaround
of events?
Share your story with a family member or a close friend!
That is why we are full of joy as we cry out: Christ is risen! Christ is risen indeed!
Peace, Pastor John
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7:00 pm Meeting
April 24
Host: Dale Wegner
Devotions: Bob Sleen
April 13, Monday 1:30 PM
Mary Circle meets in Trinity Hall
Sarah Bible Study Group
April 15, 9:30 a.m.
at the home of Sharon Lewer
April 21, Tuesday 7:00 PM
Ruth Bible Study Meets
@ Realife 1212 3rd St NE
Hostess: Joann Spies
Bible Study leader:
Christine Anderson
We will be baking cookies and putting
together the college care packages for
Those student studying for their finals.
Thrivent will be supplying free T Shirts to
all that help. We will be taking a picture of
the group.
**
If your student has changed their
address since the beginning of the school
year, please contact the office and supply
us a CURRENT COLLEGE ADDRESS.
SENIOR LUTHERANS
3rd Gear youth will be getting all set up for garage sale
so the seniors are taking it on the road
APRIL 8 @ 11: 30 AM
L U T H E R A N N I G H T at the
T W I N S Save the date
T U E S DAY, J U LY 2 8
Meet at PIZZA RANCH
WELCOME to CAROL
Buffet is $8.95, price includes tax and beverage TILNEY who joins Marcia
Bartz as a parish nurse.
Are you planning a YOUTH activity? St. John Scrip has funds available for:
∗
∗
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Youth outreach and evangelism activities.
Youth trips such as but not limited to: 3rd Gear or JAG mission trips
Youth activities such as but not limited to: Halloween Can-Can, canoe trips, camping trips,
movie nights.
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Youth scholarships to promote participation in church sponsored activities,
leadership conferences, or spiritual retreats.
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Youth trip or activity supplies and necessities including: gas, food and transportation.
April
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2015
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
1
Resurrection Day!
7:00pm 3rdGear
Video with Christ
Community
8:00 am
6
10:00 am
both with communion
10:30 am
Noisy Offerings
Video
at 10:00 am
Voice
5
He is Risen
12
9:00 am
Sunbeam Sunday
w/communion
10:15 am Fellowship
Quilters
10:00 am
7
8
7:00 pm
Commissions
7:30 pm
Executive
Council meets
9
10
4
6:30pm
Good
Friday
Worship
11
RUMMAGE
SALE
Friday
$1 Entrance Fee
5:00 PM — 8:00 PM
16
17
18
23
24
25
1:30 am
Mary Bible
Study
10:30 am
6:30 pm
Sarah Bible Study
at Sharon Lewer’s
Executive
Council
19
20
21
Quilters
10:00 am
7:00 pm Ruth
Bible Study
@ Realife
1212 3rd St NE
10:30 am
Video Voice
9:30 am
5:00 pm Pizza
5:30pm Confirm
3rd Gear @ Grace
22
of St John
Hostess: Christine
Anderson
27
28
Contemp. Worship
10:30 am
Video Voice
10:15 am during
Fellowship following of St John
worship Marty Aberle
will speak to us on
Youth Ministry
7:00 pm 3rd Gear
at Grace
15
Council
9:00 am
3
5:00 pm Pizza
5:30pm Resume
Confirmation
14
of St John
26
2:00pm
and 6:30pm
Worship
7:30 pm
Easter Band
Rehearsal
Sat
13
7:00pm
5:00 pm Video Voice
2
Fri
RUMMAGE SALE SET UP in both Fellowship and Trinity Halls
Video Voice
Traditional Worship
with Communion and
music by Senior Choir
11:30 am
Senior Dinner
Meet at Pizza Ranch
Thursday
Saturday
8:00 AM — 12:00 PM
$2 Bag sale starts
at 11:00 AM
10:00 Sunday School
5:00 pm Video Voice
9:00 am
No
Confirmation
6:00 am
Sunrise Service
followed by an
Eggbake Breakfast
by St John Council
No Sunday School
5:00 pm Video Voice
of St John
Wednesday
7:00 pm
Men in Mission
will be packing
College Care
packages at this
meeting
NO
Confirmation
2 Saturday
Events on
this day
7:00pm
3rd Gear at Grace
Breakfast
with the
Bishop
29
30
5:00 pm Pizza
5:30pm
Confirmation
Communion
11:15 am
Lake Shore
1:00pm
Col. Court
2:00 pm
Maple Terr.
7:00pm
3rd Gear at Grace
Joint
at Cabela’s
MN River
Conference
Spring
Event at
Grace in
Mankato
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Church Council Leadership Openings
We currently have 2 openings on our St. John
Church Council. Meetings are held on the second
Tuesday of each month at 7pm. Church Council has
the responsibility for oversight of the mission and
ministries of St. John Lutheran Church. If you are
interested in serving as a Church Council Leader,
please contact Curt Yess, Rodney Kolpin, or the
church office.
Summer Trip need to be in St John’s Trinity Hall on
Monday, April 6 to help set up for the HUGE Rummage
Sale. Check facebook and your mail for details for the rest
of the week!
Difference
04/01 Celebrating the Fool in All of Us Comedy Night! Joint meeting with Christ Community’s
20/20 folks! Location TBD
04/08 - 3G @ Grace Chapel; 7pm
04/15 - 3G @ Grace Chapel; 7pm
04/22 - 3G @ Grace Chapel; 7pm
04/29 – 3G @ Grace Chapel; 7pm
1:00PM - is the time that 3rd Gearians going on a 2015
General
Fund
Budget
February
Income
Expense
3RD GEAR
W E D N E S DAY
NIGHTS!
2015
$15,388
(19,682)
Year-to-Date
30,268
(39,719)
- 4,293
- 9,450
BREAKFAST WITH THE BISHOP Annual guys morning at Cabela’s, Saturday, April 25.
Cost to senior high students; $0, thanks to an anonymous
contributor! Contact Marty to get on the “GOING” list!
Stay updated by texting to
40404
include in the message
follow @3rdgearwaseca
facebook.com/3GWaseca
D O YO U PA RT I C I PAT E I N S T.
J O H N ’ S S C R I P P RO G R A M ? D O
Do or have your children ever benefited from the
profits earned from Scrip for our youth?
St. John’s participation in this program goes back 13
years and credit goes to Barb Penny, Curt Yess and
Amy LeCocq for spearheading the fundraising
project.
2014 sales alone brought in close to $6,000 used for
sponsoring our Youth. Can we let this resource go?
Yet there are volunteers NEEDED to help with scrip
sales on Sunday mornings. Amy is willing
to continue as Scrip Coordinator only if enough
people are found to sell on Sundays.
Contact Amy LeCocq 837-9733 or Jean Cooper at
the church office 833-1703.
grace_stjohn
twitter.com/3rdGearWaseca
3rdgearwaseca.org
Farmamerica Board of Directors choose their
Volunteer of the Year awards winners.
Among the award winners was…
(drum roll please!!)
Volunteer of the Year - Organization 3rd Gear Youth Ministries
The Volunteer Appreciation Event will
take place on Monday, April 20 to
receive the award. Marty Aberle will
given a chance to say a few words.
Congratulations!
NOISY OFFERINGS
ON EASTER
10:00 am Worship only
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It’s time for our Rummage Sale at
St. John. Is it time to spring clean
your house? We hope you have
been setting items aside for the
sale. All profits go to youth of St
John and Grace to support 3rd
Gear and Junior High activities
and mission trips.
Thank you for supporting our youth!
TIMES & DATES:
Friday, April 10
5-8 pm
Baptisms
March 1
Kiara Roze Moen
March 22
Carson Joe Harter
$1.00 entry fee
Saturday, April 11
8-noon
with a $2 BAG SALE from11:00 am - noon
Please only clean usable items.
No computers, old TV’s or electronics or other items that
require disposal fees.
Supplemental funding provided by Thrivent Financial
for Lutherans – Waseca City Chapter
Need help hauling your donations?
Call Marty Aberle (461-3552) to schedule a pick-up.
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MNRiverConference
SpringEvent
DRESSINGINGRACEApril25
SonjaParr,Fairtrade
Clothingeducator,will
presentashortstyle
showandinformation
ontheEvnvironmental
friendlyfabrics,cottons
andknits,oftheclothing.
Grace Lutheran Church
320 E Main Mankato
8:00 am — 12:30 pm
Cost is $10
Register by April 16. Call church of,ice or
Shirley Raetz. Car pool will leave St John
at 7:15 am. Call Shirley Raetz 835-3912
if you need a ride.
The St. John Quilters recently assembled 120 quilt top
kits and are asking for help to get them ready to quilt.
Tops consist of 48 squares sewn together to make a
quilt top 60 x 80 inches. These are available in both the
SimplyGiving®
Aneasy,generouschoice
narthex and in Trinity Hall. Please look at them to see
if this is something you can help us with. The quilters
have been busy this year and have finished many quilts
but now find ourselves getting low on our supply of new
and gently used sheets and fabric for the backs. We
would appreciate any help we can get with this project.
For the convenience of church members, we
offer electronic giving. Authorization forms are
available in the narthex or at the church office.
For those already using Simply Giving there are
cards available to pick up in the narthex on
Sunday morning. Then you can drop the card
into the offering plate when it comes your way.
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April Service Schedule
Maundy Thursday April 2, 2:00 p.m.
Ushers: Mary Meyman, Arlene Weber
Reader: Jean Miller
Prepare/clean-up communion: Mary Meyman
Church Council: __________
April 2, 6:30 p.m.
Ushers: Confirmation students
Reader: Linda Sandborg
Prepare/clean-up communion: Brad Tetzloff
Acolyte: Katrina Hoffman
Church Council: Cindy Coy
Good Friday, April 3 6:30 p.m.
Ushers: Brian Tesch, Rodney Born
Reader: Rodney Born
Acolyte: Marla Wagner
Church Council: Curt Yess
Sunday, April 5 6:00 a.m.
Ushers: Don and Linda Wesseling
Reader: Sam Macklay
Acolyte: Kailey Overland
Church Council: Sam Macklay
8:00 a.m.
Ushers: Larry Huber, Travis Huber
Terry Huber, Tyler Huber
Reader: LuAnne Huber
Communion Prep/clean-up: Jody and Teri Wilker
Acolytes: Grace and Ethan Speikers
Church Council: Curt Yess
10:00 a.m.
Ushers: Craig and Cathy Johnson,
Angela Barbknecht, Lucas Barbknecht
Prepare/Clean-Up communion:
Diane Roesler, Mary Meyman
Reader: Julie Spies
Acolyte: Courtney Bartz
Church Council: Rodney Kolpin
Sunday, April 12 9:00 a.m.
Contemporary with communion 9:00 a.m.
Ushers: Dennis and Marcia Bartz,
Jackie Krause, Myra Battenfeld
Reader: Sue Erdman
Prepare/clean-up communion:
Steve Schroeder
Acolyte: Christy Jo Born
Church Council: Sue Erdman
Sunday, April 19 9:00 a.m.
Traditional with communion 9:00 a.m.
Ushers: Lanae Feser, Mary Conway,
Bruce Boyce, David Lewer
Prepare/clean-up communion:
Vickie Hill, Amy LeCocq
Reader: Carol Tilney
Acolyte: Amia Broughten
Church Council: Bruce Boyce
Sunday, April 26 9:00 a.m.
Contemporary no communion 9:00 a.m.
Ushers: Rodney and Vickie Kolpin,
Joseph and Loretta McCarthy
Reader: Julie Spies
Acolyte: Sam Eberling
Church Council: Suzie Root
SPRING AHEAD Sunday, March 8 9:00 a.m.
Contemp w/communion 9:00 a.m. in TRINITY HALL
We are still looking for youth
who are interested in reading
the lesson on Sunday or that
would like to help usher.
PHOTOBUCKET
Please post your own pictures to share "ministry"
being done… at church, in the community, wherever you are!
Take snapshots with your own camera/phone and download them into
www.photobucket.com
Log in using: Username: StJWaseca
Password: Trinity
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E L E C T RO N I C G I V I N G T O S T. J O H N
We are called to recognize that God is the giver of all that we
possess. That is why our offering, during our worship service, is
such a vital and important part of our worship. We respond, with
gratitude, to God’s gifts to us through Jesus Christ, by giving a
portion of what God has given to us, to support his work through
his church.
THANK YOU
for providing St
John with snow removal service this
winter.
A growing number of churches are finding electronic giving
programs to be one more means of providing church members
with an opportunity to be Christian stewards and givers in their local church.
Church members are choosing to have their contributions automatically withdrawn from their
personal checking account or savings account. The ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)
has established a relationship with Vanco, a company specializing in EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer)
services.
This relationship enables St. John Lutheran Church in Waseca to offer electronic giving. The EFT
process is very easy to initiate. Simply call the St. John Church office at 833-1703, or visit our St. John
website at www.stjohnchurchwaseca.org/ and click “Online Giving.”
One of the key benefits of an electronic giving is convenience.
The offering we receive is still an important part of our worship. And so, we have special offering
cards for electronic giving participants. These cards state that the church member has given through
electronic giving.
Thank you for your giving.
A potluck of people
A churchless Chrisan
Many congregaons enjoy
gathering for potluck dinners —
meals largely unplanned, when
people bring food to share.
Usually, the main dishes, salads
and desserts balance out. The fun is the variety mixing
together on a plate and the surprise factor of what’s
contributed.
In response to the queson “Can I be a Chrisan
without joining the church?”
someone once said it’s as possible as being:
Churches and communies — even families — are
potlucks of a sort, too. When groups assemble, each
person contributes something unique and somemes
unexpected. When all is mixed together, the whole is
truly greater than the sum of the parts. A beauful
balance o&en results: One is a good singer, the other
writes well; some are strong leaders, others dependable
team members; some are tradional, others
innovave.
An explorer with no base camp.
Together, it’s delicious! Potlucks are somemes called
covered-dish dinners. But don’t keep your gi&s “covered”!
Share them because you’re a valued part of the whole.
A scienst who does not share his findings.
A student who will not go to school.
A soldier who will not join an army.
A cizen who does not pay taxes or vote.
A salesman with no customers.
A seaman on a ship without a crew.
A businessman on a deserted island.
An author without readers.
A tuba player without an orchestra.
A parent without a family.
A football player without a team.
A polician who is a hermit.
A bee without a hive.
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On Thursday, March 19th, I had the privilege of leading the invocation at the
Waseca Farm and City Luncheon. Here is what I said. – Pastor John
“Whoever
watches the wind will not plant; whoever looks at the clouds will not reap. As you do
not know the path of the wind, or how the body is formed in a mother's womb, so you cannot
understand the work of God, the Maker of all things. Sow your seed in the morning, and at evening
let not your hands be idle, for you do not know which will succeed, whether this or that, or whether
both will do equally well. (Ecclesiastes 11:4-6)
It’s no surprise to me that the Christian faith has much to say about farms and farmers, crops and
harvests. Our faith grew out of agricultural religious cycles and many of our celebrations and feasts
are long associated with the farming year. One church I served as a pastor had a blessing of seed each
spring, and a harvest festival each fall. At another church I served, in cattle country, I was invited to
bless the newborn calves.
I’m a city boy through and through. The shrubs outside our house shy away when I walk by; even
plastic plants beg not to live in my home. Yet God has deemed me to be a farmer of sorts as I am
bound by sowing and reaping in this world.
In many ways, our churches are also like farms. Whether I am consciously aware of it or not, I am
planting for my next harvest in everything I do and in each word that I speak. We plant the seeds of
belief in the hearts of our children in the hope that those seeds will become fruits of faith. We are also
given ministries and missions to tend, so that Christ’s work amongst us can grow and expand.
I do not understand what happens when a tiny seed is placed in the ground, and then grows into
something very different. But God knows. I do not understand what happens when I speak a word
and by some miracle it takes root and grows in someone’s life. But God knows. All I know is that I am
to plant seed in the morning, work in my field all day even though I have no idea what will come of it.
And we are each expected to bring a faithful harvest to God at the end of our lives, showing Him
that we have shared our faith with others, and planted new seeds of belief in the hearts and minds of
those we leave behind. We are each meant to be hardworking farmers of faith, so that we might
receive the bounty of God’s blessings and receive an eternal share in Christ’s Kingdom.
Let us pray: Our Gracious God, we come before you today to give you honor and praise. You are the
source of all that is good. You are the source of all of our blessings; thank you for every gift that we
have been given. We thank you for the opportunity to come and gather together this day. Lord Jesus,
thank you for the work of our farmers and for the food they provide to our people. Bless this luncheon
today – a time to recognize accomplishments, to give awards, to network with Agriculture and industry. We ask for your hand of blessing upon us. Guide and direct our time together so that it is full of
wisdom, productivity, and respect for one another. Be with farmers as they plan ahead for next year’s
crops and livestock. May they be respected and appreciated for all that they accomplish amongst us.
In Your Holy Name, we pray. Amen.
Nonprofit Organization US
Postage Paid Permit No.35
Waseca, MN 56093
St John Lutheran Church
401 3rd Avenue NE
Waseca MN 56093
Website: www.stjohnwaseca.org
Phone: 507-833-1703
RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED
Council Members and Staff
Senior Pastor
PastorVicki R. Hultine, work # 833-1703
Pr John Omans, home 833-1525# 833-1539
Church office 833-1703 cell 201-1103
E-mail -- ltin
E-mail [email protected]@aol.com
Council President
Curt Yess, 835-3498
Council Vice-President
Rodney Kolpin, 835-7780
3rd Gear Youth Director
Marty Aberle, 461-3552
website www.3rdgearwaseca.org
Current Council Members:
Home # 833-1084
Council Secretary
Cindy Coy, 837-9115
Senior Choir Director
Deb Wantoch-Yess, 835-3798
Finance
Brian Tesch, 461-4030
Assistant Choir Director
Jan Macklay, 835-8706
Financial Secretary
Vickie Kolpin, 835-7780
Organists
Jan Macklay, 835-8706
Al Tonn, 507-234-5737
Education
Stacy Vance, 461-4208
Ministry and Outreach
Bruce Boyce, 833-7978
Congregational Life
Sue Erdman, 835-5968
Marcia Bartz, 507-676-0608
Worship and Music-at-Large
Suzie Root, 201-2155 Meyman, 362-8870
Building and Grounds
Sam Macklay, 835-8706-4571
Custodians
Brad Tetzloff, 461-5143
Cindy Fordham, 521-1085
Parish Nurses
Marcia Bartz, 507-676-0608
Carol Tilney, 835-7311
Church Secretary
Jean Cooper, 833-1703
Fax number 833-2662
E-mail [email protected]
Website: www.stjohnchurchwaseca.org
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