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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)

SUNDAY SCHOOL: 8:45 a.m. ADULT BIBLE CLASS: 9:00 a.m. News and Notes: vicardegiovanni@yahoo.com or idschwant@bluevalley.net

February 17 – Epiphany VI – Blessed are the pretty? Blessed are the popular, the prosperous, the powerful? The Author of Life does not evaluate according to productivity . Blessed are the poor (Luke 6:20ff.)! Blessed are the hungry, the weeping, the excluded and reviled ones among humankind! Blessed are the embryos, the elderly, and the incapacitated persons on account of the Son of Man who brings forth life where the world writes it off.

Be sure to direct your Thrivent Choice Dollars: By Phone: 1. Call 800-847-4836 and when prompted, say “Thrivent Choice”. 2. Press 1 to direct Choice Dollars or 2 to hear Thrivent Choice program Terms and Conditions. (If prompted, say or enter your phone number and date of birth) 3. A representative will work with you to direct Choice Dollars. Or Online: 1. Visit Thrivent.com/thriventchoice You must direct your Choice dollars. Do it or lose it!!!!! Do it today, as monies from last year will be lost if not designated by March.

When you reserve the basement and/or church for your event, please write it on the calendar in the narthex.

Website address : www.stlukewheaton.com

Organists: Chairman:

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

Bruce Abitz Vice Chairman:

February 16 and 17, 2019

Darrel Stelter

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

Attendance: Saturday, February 9: 7 Sunday, February 10: 42 Altar Duty for February: Ireta Schwant
Wecontinue toprayforthoseunabletoworshipwithuswhoareresidinginacare

Note from Karen Harder, church treasurer:

January Operating Expenses - $5,677.02

January Operating Income - $5,654.00
January Operating Net Cash Flow – negative $23.02

facility:
Eastridge, Centralia: Vera Teske, Onaga Health and Rehab: Kenny Falk, Ernest Haefner Redbud, Onaga: Ramona Tessendorf – Harold Tessendorf - Vera Marten - Reneta Fischer- Rose Ella Stelter Via Christi Villages, Manhattan: Milton Henneberg

Sunday School begins at 8:45 a.m., on Sunday Morning. Ireta Schwant and Linda Falk are superintendents. Thank you to all the teachers and helpers: Music: Kari Kufahl; Crafts: Lindsey Barnes

Nursery and Kindergarten: Jennifer Donnelly; Grades 1 and 2: Cindy Pedersen and Tracy Meyerkorth; Patti Kolterman, helper. Grades 3, 4 and 5: Dixie Revell and Joy Zabel; Grades 6, 7 and 8: Brenda Schlegel and Robert DeChant

Wheaton area Senior Citizens will meet on Monday eve, February 18, at 6:00 p.m., at the Wheaton Center. Potluck meal, business meeting, and a game of pitch. Everyone welcome!!

Join us for Working with Quilts/Blankets for Lutheran World Relief on Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m. in the church basement. Everyone welcome to come on in and help.

February LWML will meet on Wednesday, February 27, at 2:00 p.m.
Opening Devotions Leader: Christian Life committee: Pam Steinmeyer/Jan Kufahl
Prayer Service Roll Call: Name an animal Business Meeting, Prayer Service Offering, Closing Devotion Hostess: Susan Figge

Family Church and Basement cleaning schedule. Clean before date listed: February 23 and 24: Donn Teske and Lisa Spevacek
March 2 and 3: Larry Ubel, Matthew Ubel, Tim Ubel
March 9 and 10: Kevin Wahl and Kevin Wahl, Jr.,

Westmoreland Care Home: Jerry Abitz Vintage Park, Wamego: Martha Biesenthal

2019 Day of

March 16 and 17:

Stanley Matzke and Travis Ross

Attendance awards: January 20:

January 26: February 3:

15 Sundays: Rayna Meyerkorth, Clancy Revell, Monty Meyerkorth

10 Sundays: 15 Sundays: 5 Sundays: 10 Sundays:

15 Sundays:

Westin Abitz, Makayla Baum
August Falk, Payton Falk, Christian Henneberg

Lillian Ross Jaimie Schlegel Chloe Baum Westin Donnelly

The Lutheran Hour radio broadcast titles: "Bringing Christ to the Nations— and the Nations to the Church." Lutheran Hour Ministries Mission Statement

The Lutheran Hour® which began in 1930, is the world's longest-running, Christian outreach radio program. It proclaims the message of Jesus Christ to more than 800,000 people each week over 1300 radio stations across North America. It is also broadcast on the American Forces Network to reach military personnel and their families around the world.

February 17

"Enter His Labor"

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler

What would you do if your Word was all-powerful? Jesus started a conversation with an outsider.

(John 4:1-42)

February 24

"Not by Bread Alone"

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler

There is a spiritual hunger beyond food that is expressed in food. Jesus provides for both.

(John 6:1-29)

20 Sundays:
February 10: 10 Sundays: Lane Figge

15 Sundays: William Spevacek
20 Sundays: Zoey Starns, Lily Falk