Bulletin

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ST. LUKE LUTHERAN CHURCH, LCMS (129 Railroad Street) Wheaton, Kansas 66521

THE REV. TERRY L DEGIOVANNI, PASTOR

Telephone: 785 396-4411 or Cell: 412 334 4280
SATURDAY EVE WORSHIP SERVICE:5:30 p.m. (Communion 1st and 3rd Saturdays)

SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:00 a.m. (Communion 2nd and 4th Sundays) News and Notes: vicardegiovanni@yahoo.com or idschwant@bluevalley.net

Mark your calendar: Saturday, June 27th Havensville fireworks BBQ ribs and Call Hall Ice

Cream. Open house at new fire station, city hall and the museum at 6:00 p.m.

Friday, July 3, Onaga fireworks, Firemans’ BBQ at 6:00 p.m at the rodeo grounds Ranch rodeo

at 7:00 p.m. Saturday, July 4, Wheaton fireworks at dusk.

These three communities are accepting your donations to help support the fireworks display.

Most fundraisers for this have not been scheduled due to the Covid 19 epidemic.

Organists: Chairman:

Website address : www.stlukewheaton.com

Pam Steinmeyer and Gloria Falk Elders: Bob Matzke and Lee Steinmeyer

Bruce Abitz

Vice Chairman: Darrel Stelter

The LWML meeting is rescheduled to Wednesday, July 1 at 2:00 p.m., at the church basement.

There will be no meeting on Wednesday, June 24th. Roll Call is “Rain” verse and text.

Susan Figge is hostess for the meeting. All ladies invited to attetnd.

June birthdays are Susan Figge, Cindy Pedersen and Sharon Bosse.

Trivia: In 1965, there were 46 LWML members. Those still belonging today are

Lavona Biesenthal, Reneta Fischer, Betty Koch, Orlene Krohn and Erma Kufahl,

These ladies have belonged to Wheaton LWML for 55 years and more!!!!!

June 20 and 21, 2020

Worship Attendance: Saturday, June 13: 21 Sunday, June 14: 33

Welcome to our visitors. We pray all will be spiritually enriched by your visit to this “House of God.” Here Christ breaks the silence that surrounds mortal man in his sin and death. Here in Christ Jesus we hear the voice of the Eternal One, and we hear the voice of the Father, and that He loves, that He forgives and that in the resurrection of Christ, He has made us His Children and has given us victory over death itself.

NEWS AND NOTES

We continue to pray for those unable to worship with us who are residing in a care facility: Wellsprings of Westmoreland Jerry Abitz, Melvin Matzke Vintage Park, Wamego: Martha Biesenthal Eastridge, Centralia: Vera Teske, Onaga Health and Rehab: Ernest Haefner Redbud, Onaga: Ramona Tessendorf - Reneta Fischer-
Via Christi Village, Manhattan: Milton Henneberg

Remember in our prayers: Stanley Matzke, Dennis Schwant, George Jeanneret

Sunday School staff, please remember to turn in your teaching materials!

Sunday School is not currently meeting due to the Covid-19 epidemic. Those children and teachers celebrating their birthdays are: June: Westin Wahl, Lane Figge, Remington Donnelly, Cindy Pedersen, Beckham Barnes, Christian Henneberg, Rayna Meyerkorth , Daniel Petri, Jenner Barnes and Mariah Ubel

We wish to congratulate our church youth members who are completing their 8th grade elementary education this year of 2020: Jaydee Leeann Abitz, , Lane Joy William Figge, Christian Walter Henneberg, Justin Dean Rice, and Christopher Myron Ubel, all from Onaga Grade School. Grade School promotion is now scheduled for Saturday, July 11 at 7:00 p.m., at the Onaga Football Field.

The Onaga Historical Museum is open today, Father’s Day, from 2:00 pm., to 4:00 p.m., Admission is

June 21 Pentecost III “So how do we handle Father’s Day? First, thank God for your father

and for any lessons he taught you, either through positive or negative actions. (If Dad is still

around, thank him too.) Second, thank your Father God that He fills in all the gaps where earthly

fathers don’t always measure up.” Linda Kerr, Time of Grace – A Life Quote from Lutherans For

Life • www.lutheransforlife.org

Note:

The Onaga High School graduates from our church are Kady Jae Figge, and Kameron Milton Henneberg. A commencement ceremony is being planned for Saturday, July 11th at 9:00 a.m., at the Onaga football field.

Be sure to pick up your church mail in your mailbox in the narthex.

Church and Basement cleaning schedule: June 20 and 21: Larry Ubel, Matthew Ubel, Tim Ubel June 27 and 28: Stanley Matzke and Travis Ross July 4 and 5: Kevin Wahl family
July 11 and 12: Joy Zabel and Chad Abitz

The Lutheran Hour radio schedule:

Bringing Christ to the Nations—and the Nations to the Church."

The Flint Hills Chapter of Lutherans for Life is sponsoring a team to support the Walk for Life. Using funds

raised in The Walk for Life, Life Choice Ministries helps those who face challenging pregnancies by

providing them counseling and material aid from conception to long after a child is born. Please join us in

encouraging this life affirming ministry by supporting our team of "virtual walkers" with a donation.

Donations will be collected

until June 30, 2020,

http://www.fundeasy.com/m/4907668/

and can be made through the Chapter or directly to our

Walk for Life page at

. Thank you!" (Kari Kufahl)

WIBW 580 am 7:30am Sunday morning KCLY Clay Center, 100.9 FM 9:30 p.m. Sunday

June 21 "Powered by Touch" Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler
The human body can produce enough
energy to power a tiny light bulb. Christ gives His followers power to light the entire world. Dr. Michael Zeigler reflects on the nature of that light and the power behind it. (Matthew 5:21-32)

June 28: "Practice Makes Perfect"

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler

When we want something to be perfect, we practice it over and over until it becomes part of us. In

the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus encourages His followers to

practice being perfect, because

God already sees them that way, through faith in Christ.

(Matthew 5)

free, but a $3.00 donation is appreciated.