Trinity Lutheran Church
June and July 2011
Trinity Lutheran Church and School
P.O. Box #200 – 8700 Huey Road – Hoffman, IL
Pastor Stephen Krenz
Church 495-2545 Home – 495-2777 Cell – 363-0121
Pastor’s Office – email@example.com
Church Office – firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Burger, Principal
School 495-2246 – email@example.com
School Office – firstname.lastname@example.org
School’s Web Site – http://frontiernet.net/~trinityschool/
Church’s Web Site – http://frontiernet.net/~lutherantrinity/
Christ Our Rock Lutheran High School
Curtis Wudtke, Principal – 226-3315
6:00 PM Saturday - 8:30 AM Sunday
Every Saturday at 6:00 PM
Every Sunday at 8:30 AM
Summer Sunday School: July 10-August 14
DATES TO REMEMBER
June 2, 7:00 PM Ascension Day Service at Trinity, Hoyleton
June 5, 9:45 AM Staff Farewell Reception
June 11, 6:00 PM Wudtke Farewell Reception @ CORLHS
June 12, 9:00 AM Service in the Park
June 13 Trustees and Council Meetings
June 19, 9:45 AM Voters’ Meeting
June 20-24 Vacation Bible School
June 26, 8:30 AM Worship Service with VBS Program
June 26, 10:00-1:00 Church and School Open House and Picnic
July 7, 7:00 PM Board of Parish Education Meeting
July 10-August 14 Summer Sunday School
July 11 Board of Education, Elders, Trustees and
July 25-29, 1:00-3:30 Rock Solid at CORLHS
UPCOMING SCHOOL ACTIVITES
August 11, 3:00-8:00 PM Registration Day
August 16, 6:30 PM Opening Service
August 17-19 ½ Day School – 11:30 Dismissal
Scripture Lessons for June and July:
June 5: Acts 1:12-26; 1 Peter 4:12-19, 5:6-11; John 17:1-11
June 12: Numbers 11:24-30; Acts 2:1-21; John 7:37-39
June 19: Genesis 1:1-2:4a; Acts 2:14a, 22-36; Matthew 28:16-20
June 26: Jeremiah 28:5-9; Romans 7:1-13; Matthew 10:34-42
July 3: Zechariah 9:9-12; Romans 7:14-25a; Matthew 11:25-30
July 10: Isaiah 55:10-13; Romans 8:12-17; Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23
July 17: Isaiah 44:6-8; Romans 8:18-27; Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43
July 24: Deuteronomy 7:6-9; Romans 8:28-39; Matthew 13:44-52
July 31: Isaiah 55:1-5; Romans 9:1-5; Matthew 14:13-21
Recently my son graduated from 8th grade. It was a day of celebration, but it was also a day marked with a tinge of sadness. Why? A few years back I was introduced to a phrase called “little deaths” in a book by Walter Wangrerin titled “Mourning into Dancing.” The book emphasized that grief hits us not only with the death of a loved one, but also during a number of transitions in life. Some “little deaths” include the perceived loss of one’s youth, a move, the end of a personal or work related dream, divorce, a toddler transitioning to school, retirement, and the list goes on. The Bible has much to say about Jesus giving life to the dying. Yet, we miss out on the wonder and joy of these passages if they are only meaningful in the last moments of life.
Here are just a few life giving passages that I pray will encourage you in the midst of life’s “little deaths:”
None of us lives to himself, and none of us dies to himself. If we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord. So then whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord’s. Romans 14:8
Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life, whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live. And everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die.” John 11:25-26
Have a Blessed Summer,
Summer Pastoral Thoughts:
· Even though it is summer don’t forget to receive Christ’s gift of Word and meal in public worship. Let us together with the help of the Holy Spirit work to stem this national and congregational trend of declining public worship attendance.
· In this Newsletter is a ten-week reading schedule on the Psalms. If your schedule looks different this summer, use this as an opportunity to add in a new personal devotional program.
· Thanks be to God the predicted debt ceiling of $100,000 was not reached in the spring as predicted in the January newsletter. As of now, the congregational operating debt stands at $79,024.44.
· The Open House sponsored by the Board of Outreach on Sunday, June 26th, from 10:00 am-1:00 pm is for both the congregation and community. There will be food, games, and informational tours of both the church and school.
· Please join us on Sunday, June 12th, at 9:00 am for the Service in the Park with our guest speaker Dr. Richard Warnack from Concordia Seminary. Dr. Warnack is a recently retired professor in the practical department at the Seminary. His area of teaching included numerous courses in preaching.
· Vacation Bible School is a wonderful “outreach” even for the congregation. Please consider helping out as Angie Redeker and Kim Deiters help organize this event. This year’s VBS is June 20th-24th.
· Off to School. For the last time (God willing) I will be heading off to school at Concordia Seminary from June 6th-17th. My two classes this summer are “Systematic Theology Today” and “Getting to the Heart of Conflict.” After these two classes are completed, a major applied project is to be completed by December, 2012. This project has to pertain to “something” that can be used in my present congregation. I will be home on the weekends, and I am available during the week via my cell phone should Pastor care be needed (363-0121).
· I am honored and humbled to be the Pastor here at Trinity. Please continue to keep me and my family in your prayers.
The end of the school year is always an exciting time for students, their parents and even for the teachers. All of the end of the year field trips and picnic took place between the rains. The PTL sponsored picnic at the park was a great success. The track team finished up an exciting season where a number of school records were set and a number of competitors went to the state meet. Some other final events during the school year were the 5th-8th grade dance and awards night. The series of activities that lead up to these final days and hours keeps everyone very busy, but it is all with an important purpose. That purpose is to do everything we can to “Send our students into the world as productive members of the Christian community, strong in faith equipped with the knowledge, skills, and desire to live as powerful witnesses of God and His love.”
Congratulations to our eighth grade graduates: Caleb Boehne, Sean Kellermann, Joel Krenz, Sabrina Maschhoff, Reid Michael, Sadie Monken, Dylan Moyer, and Jonathan Siddell. The valedictorian of the 2011 class is Sabrina Maschhoff and the salutatorian is Reid Michael. The class motto is “Our Journey Continues…” drawn from the theme of the year. The class hymn is “The Lamb,” the flower is the white rose, and the class colors are blue and silver. Six of the students from this class will be going to Christ Our Rock Lutheran High school next year. We pray God’s richest blessings on all of the graduates as they continue in the next phase of their education and life.
We thank everyone in our congregation who helps make this school mission a success. That includes parents who find it important for their children to be educated in a Lutheran School and grandparents who encourage their families to attend church on a regular basis. It also consists of people in the congregation that do not have students in the school who assist by contributing to scholarships or coming to the PTL dinner and auction. Things that may seem inconsequential like cutting out box tops or soup labels are a tremendous help to our school. In each of these, we are all working together to serve our Lord in His church.
With the close of this school year, we also look ahead toward the next one. Enrollments are now being accepted for the 2011-2012 school year. There are already more enrolled in kindergarten class than we had last year. Mrs. Kasten will not be with us for band next year so we are working to find a replacement for her. It remains our goal to reach as many children as possible with the Good News of Jesus Christ our Savior. We bring these cares to Him in prayer and His plan will come to pass.
Have a Blessed Summer,
Trinity Lutheran Church Hoffman IL
Church Council Meeting Minutes May 9, 2011
The May 9, 2011 Church Council Meeting was called to order by President James Tyberendt with 10 members present. Pastor Krenz opened with devotions, prayer and hymn 575 verses 1 and 2. The meeting minutes from April 11, 2011 were reviewed and passed with a motion for approval by Don Lueking and seconded by Gary Knolhoff. Motion passed.
Pastor’s Report: Baptisms: 5-4-11 Gideon Stein, 5-8-11 Andrew Tyler Robert, 5-11-11 Bryce and Alyssa Marlow. Seven individuals were confirmed on 5-1-11: Caleb Boehne, Shannon Edler, Sean Kellermann, Joel Krenz, Sabrina Maschhoff, Reid Michael and Sadie Monken. Pastor will probably continue the mentoring program next year. Pastor will be gone 6-6-11 through 6-17-11 for school classes. (He will be home on the weekends.)
Elder Report: Craig Boehne said the Elders and Pastor choose not to have a second Sunday service at this time. Pastor Knolhoff will be speaking to the various boards regarding stewardship within the church. This is tentatively scheduled for 6-21-11 through 6-23-11.
Treasurer Report: April, 2011
Loose Offerings 865.95
Debt Reduction 180.00
Endowment Fund 150.00
Total Contributions 40,173.95
Trustee Report: Roger Hugo stated the church roof has a leak but that Dan Johnson said he thought it just needed caulk. Will get something from the seed house for the oak tree at the parsonage.
Board of Education: Seth Crocker stated they approved the school calendar for next year: Opening service will be 8-16-11, last day of school on 5-18-12 and graduation on 5-16-12. Pre-K and Kindergarten registration is on 5-11-11. Awards Night is 5-17-11. Will be seeking a new band instructor since Marge Kasten is taking a different position at Hoyleton. Last week was Staff Appreciation Week. On Friday there was a luncheon for the staff. On 6-5-11 there will be a luncheon after church for Diana Hemminghaus, Joyce Michael and Karen Belli.
Board of Parish Education: Sunday School Teacher Recognition is on 5-29-11. Summer Sunday School will be held 7-10-11 through 8-14-11 (6 weeks). Chris Michael is the new Sunday School superintendent along with Lois Kellermann and Doug Lueking. Service in the Park is 6-12-11. Discussed a work day at Unity Lutheran School as a possible project. Open House on 6-26-11. Need to replenish the scholarship fund.
Cemetery Report: Don Lueking said they are still working on the trees.
Evangelism/Outreach: Met on 5-3-11. Will be coordinating food and advertising for the open house. On 9-10-11 planning a community service day in Hoffman.
Endowment: No report at this time.
CORLHS: No report at this time.
Youth Group: No report at this time.
Old Business: None
New Business: The SID 2012 Convention ballot needs to be completed and returned by October 14, 2011. There is a Special Voter’s Meeting on 5-15-11 after church regarding the organ which was picked up today.
The church received a check from the LCMS Foundation in the amount of $50,794.80 from the Charitable Gift Annuity Agreements from Mabel Mattmiller.
Next Council Meeting will be 6-13-11 and next Voter’s meeting will be 6-19-11.
A motion to adjourn was made by Gary Knolhoff and seconded by Roger Hugo. Motion passed. Closed with hymn 575 verses 3 and 4.
Respectfully submitted unapproved, Jodene Carpenter, Secretary
Trinity Lutheran Church Hoffman IL
Special Voter’s Meeting May 15, 2011
President James Tyberendt called the May 15, 2011 special Voter’s Meeting to order with 55 members present. Pastor Krenz opened with prayer.
The Organ Committee consists of Ruth Boehne, Rita Carpenter, Ray Richert and Dave Maschhoff. Ruth shared some comments regarding the differences between the old and new organs.
Ken Kohler from Rogers Organ answered various questions and said his company has the resources to be able to sell the old organ.
The total cost for the new organ will be $85,675.00.
A motion was made by Paul Finke and seconded by Mike Luebbers to purchase the organ and to make certain the insurance policy covers the new organ. Motion passed.
Rita Carpenter stated anyone still can contribute to the organ fund until August 1, 2011.
The will stipulated that Pastor and the Elders would decide how to spend the money. Pastor and the Elders wanted to take their recommendation to the voters.
A motion to adjourn was made by Bob Zimmermann and seconded by Marcy Lueking. Motion passed.
Respectfully submitted unapproved, Jodene Carpenter, Secretary
Farewell Reception – This year Karen Belli, Joyce Michael, Diana Hemminghaus, and Marge Kasten will be leaving our school/church staff after years of service. Following the Sunday service on June 5, there will be a brief presentation and some refreshments in the gymnasium. Join us as we give thanks to God for serving many people through their service to our community.
The Annual Summer Voter’s Meeting will take place on Sunday, June 19th. At least half of this meeting will be spent receiving input on the best use for the Mabel and Elmer Mattmiller estate money. The congregation is being asked to fill out a survey to help rate interest in a number of projects already suggested. In this same survey, new ideas are also requested.
Mark your calendars for Big Jungle Adventure VBS June 20-24. If you would like to help at Vacation Bible School please sign up in the back of church or call Angie Redeker 594-6525 or Wendy Peltes 594-8271 or Kim Deiters 594-4911. On June 26th we will have an open house following the Sunday Service. Join us for a picnic along with a number of games for all ages.
New Organ - At the May 15th Voter’s Meeting the congregation voted to purchase a new organ from Roger’s Organ Company out of St. Louis. The old organ will be sold and (at the earliest) the new organ will be in the sanctuary this fall.
Wudtke Farewell - The leadership of Christ Our Rock Lutheran High School extends an invitation to our congregation for a farewell to Curtis and Jenny Wudtke. Mr. Wudtke has accepted the Executive Director position at Metro East Lutheran High School in Edwardsville. He has served CORLHS since 2003 and Mrs. Wudtke has served the school since 2004. A reception will be held at CORLHS on June 11, 6:00pm. Please RSVP to the CORLHS office, 226-3315, by June 6 in order for them to plan for appropriate accommodations.
Capital Improvement Survey - Pastor and the Board of Elders have been charged by the Elmer and Mabel Mattmiller Trust to make decisions in regards to the use of their generous gift in excess of $200,000 dollars. However, these decisions will not be made without plenty of input from the congregation through surveys, individual conversations, and upcoming Voter’s Meetings. Surveys have been available for several weeks and are located on the table in the narthex. Please prayerfully think of how our congregation can best carry out its mission by filling out the survey and placing it in the designated box, and pray that God will give our congregation wisdom in using this wonderful gift.
Thank you to the congregation for donating $329 to the Wakefield family to help with general expenses following the devastating earthquake in Japan. Their daughter, Hana, came to our school for two weeks last year. At the time of the collection, we were under the impression that the father was still in the states. He has returned to Japan, and due to the difficulty and expense of sending a money order overseas, we are waiting to see if the family will be returning to the states in the next few months and then give them the donation. If they do not return in the next two months, we will donate the money to LCMS World Relief-Japan earthquake or a similar earthquake fund. The family is very grateful for the congregation’s generosity.
Registration – We are now accepting registration for Preschool through eighth grade for the 2011-2012 school year. If you are interested or know of any families that might be served by our school, please contact us. There will be a Church and School Open House on June 26 for those interested in learning more about Trinity. Please call the school office for more information or to answer any questions.
The Board of Parish Education is asking for donations to the Christ Our Rock Lutheran High School Scholarship Fund. We were able to award 10 scholarships last year to students from our congregation who attended CORLHS. This year we anticipate that there will be 11 students applying for scholarship monies. Please prayerfully consider giving a gift for the support of Lutheran education.
The Board of Education would like to make available a means for interested individuals to sponsor tuition for Trinity students that are in financial need. If you no longer have children in school or just have a heart for Lutheran education, you may help a family that may be in need. Trinity Lutheran School is a great mission of our congregation and it is our desire that no student be turned away due to lack of finances. During this school term, 7 students (members and non-members) have received assistance from our scholarship funds and gifts from several individuals that have helped in specific situations. Our scholarship funds are in need of replenishment so that we can continue to provide aid to those families that are indeed in need for the coming school year. If you would like to assist when needs arises or have questions about ways to help, please contact Stephen Burger.
Confirmation Testimonies – On Sunday, May 1, the Rite of Confirmation was held at Trinity. The seven 8th grade confirmands were asked to write testimonies telling what confirmation means to them:
Caleb John Boehne: What does it mean to be confirmed in the faith? What it means to me is that through the confirmation process, I’m much stronger in the Christian faith. I also am promising to stay with Jesus and his Church. As a confirmed member, I now get to take part in the Lord’s Supper with many of you here today. The best part is that I will be in heaven with my Lord and Savior.
Shannon Brook Edler: Being part of the church is a great privilege for me. I get a chance to praise my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ every Sunday. I also get the opportunity to strengthen my faith by the help of many people in the church. Now that I’m being confirmed, I also get the chance to take Jesus Christ’s body and blood with the congregation. These things and many more have made for a great experience in the church and I pray it will remain that way for many years to come.
Sean Christian Kellermann: To me, being confirmed is a privilege in the church. I can now receive the Lord’s precious gift of his body and blood every week. And even though confirmation does allow us to receive
communion now, it also is a reassurance of our baptism. Confirmation is also a way to express my faith through the whole church and gives me the strength to proclaim it elsewhere as well. It took a lot of time and effort for me to be confirmed. But through this time spent studying and learning in class, I can proudly say that I am a confirmed child of God.
Joel Thomas Krenz: To be confirmed means that I am reaffirming my Baptism when I take the Lord’s Supper. I am pledging to stay with the church and my faith until I die. My God given faith helps me realize that if I stay in the faith, I will be with Him someday in paradise. Being in the visible church means that I can confess my faith with other believers. Being confirmed is a big step in my faith life.
Sabrina Renae Maschhoff: Being confirmed is a major step in my faith and everyday life. Not only have I been strengthened in my faith in the confirmation process, but I am also promising to join my church family at the Lord’s table. Becoming a confirmed member will give me the chance to publicly confess my faith with fellow Christians. I now look forward to joining my family and taking part in the body and blood of Christ and receiving the benefits it has to offer.
Reid Benjamin Michael: Being confirmed here today is a big step in my Christian faith. I am now able to partake in the body and blood of Christ with many other Christians. As a confirmed member of the church, it is a great comfort to me to know that I receive forgiveness of sins along with life and salvation through Jesus Christ. This is a big step in my faith; however, it is not the last. I will continue to worship and I will continue to come to the Lord’s table.
Sadie Brianne Monken: Now that I am getting confirmed, I know that I have a good foundation as I journey through life. Being confirmed means to me that I don’t have to be worried about being forgiven because I know that God assures forgiveness to me when I take the body and blood of my Lord. I am happy to be a member of this church because I know that we are not afraid of publicly confessing our faith. I also know that no matter what, my family, friends and especially Jesus will always be there for me.
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Pastor’s sermons are now being podcasted. Go to www.trinityhoffman.podbean.com to listen.
Adult Information Class – In late May/Early June we are starting a new adult information class for those who desire to join our congregation or who are interested in learning more about the teachings and beliefs of the Lutheran Church. Please contact the church office if you are interested in such a class. Watch the bulletin for further information.
Six Flags Tickets through Thrivent Financial for Lutherans – In celebration of your membership, the St. Louis Heartland Region of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is excited to offer a special Six Flags ticket price: only $24.99! Ticket price includes admission to Six Flags St. Louis Theme Park. Don’t miss out on the fun and savings! Purchase tickets online at www.sixflags.com with the promo code “Thrive” from May 1-June 30. Use the tickets from June 1-August 31. Children age 2 and under are FREE. Contact your Thrivent Financial Representative for more information.
A Local Service Opportunity - First Methodist Church in Carlyle works with area churches and service organization to give food to 150-200 Clinton County families each month. On Monday, June 6th, volunteers are needed around 8:00 am to help unload, sort, and organize the food for the Wednesday, June 8th, food giveaway. Jim and Deb Ainslie are volunteers from our congregation who will be there on that day and have done this before. In lieu of our summer food drive, in the months of June and July we will be collecting the following items for this Clinton County Food Bank: canned vegetables, mac & cheese, soups, and toilet paper. Please place these items in the confirmation room throughout the months of June and July, and we will make sure they are distributed to the food bank. Cash donations will also be accepted. "I will bless her with abundant provisions; her poor will I satisfy with food." Psalm 132:15. Board of Outreach
ROCK SOLID is a middle school faith experience to be held July 25-29, from 1:00-3:30 PM at Christ Our Rock Lutheran High School.
Take a break from the summer blahs and amp up your faith through this interactive, fast-paced experience. The week will include: tons of engaging activities, energized music of the CORLHS praise band, in-depth studies of God’s Word and what He says about building ourselves, lots of food, cool presentations and fired-up speakers, time with old and new friends! Rock Solid is open to any students entering 5th-8th grades. Cost is only $10.00 and includes a T-shirt! To register call CORLHS at 618-226-3315.
Board of Education:
Short Range Goals: Revise Policy Handbook
Secure 1st and 2nd grade teacher for open position
Find a Preschool Assistant
Maintain and increase level of education
Long Range Goals: Balance Church Budget
Build outdoor basketball court and remove old
Build preschool playground
Increase attendance and enrollment through
Perceived Challenges: Budget constraints
Board of Parish Education:
Short Range Goal: Provide Christian education and fellowship opportunities for all members of the congregation
Long Range Goal: Seek increased attendance in church, bible study and fellowship activities
Make an intentional plan to follow to work toward improving attendance and involvement
Reach those who have had no contact with the church for years
Handicapped bathrooms (2) for church
Address what to do with blacktop and fence behind school
JUNE BAPTISMAL ANNIVERSARIES
1) James Krumrey, Sheila Lueking, Mike Sleeth, Kristy Stein, Ellen Weidner, Becky Wessel; 2) Leota Borgelt, Luke Kampworth,Victoria McDowell; 4) Christina Knolhoff; 5) Rachel Hanke, Joy Michael; 6) Jean Bassen, Samantha Hohman, Seth Weidner, Dawn Wright; 7) Tristan Nolte, Blake Nottmeyer, Karly Nottmeyer; 9) Braeden Fruend, Colin Fruend, Ian Fruend, Nicole Richard; 10) Shawn Watts; 11) Zachary Atchison, Amanda Smith, Jaclyn Smith; 12) Austyn Benhoff; 13) Michael Kampwerth, Dean Paulsmeyer, Christopher Siegrist; 15) Clifford Nehrt, Jr.; 16) Becky Tyberendt, Mallory Wessel; 17) Jan Robert, Ralph Twenhafel; 18) Derek Hintz, Glenn Lueking, Austin Michael, Corrine Rohlfing; 19) Keaton Kauling, Bonnie Kohrmann; 20) Branden Jansen, Jianna Palm; 21) Matthew Steinkamp, Pam Twenhafel; 22) Shirlene Luebbers; 23) Douglas Hugo, Sara Simpson; 24) Kenneth Michael, Megan Sleeth; 25) Seth Crocker, Kyle Hohman, Elise Johnston, Haydn Johnston, Logan Johnston, Maria Lopez, Pearl Mitchell, Daryl Ramsour; 26) Marvin Boehne, Glenda Unverfehrt; 27) Phillip Barczewski; 28) Marie Hanke, Sherry Oppen; 29) Steve Grawe; 30) Gina Monken
JUNE WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES
1) Mr. and Mrs. David Brinkmann; 2) Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rinne; 3) Mr. and Mrs. Don Hohman, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Siegrist; 5) Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Mattmiller, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Tucker; 7) Mr. and Mrs. James Tyberendt, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wachter; 8) Mr. and Mrs. Jason Oertel; 10) Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lueking, Mr. and Mrs. Jason Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Strullmyer; 11) Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Kasten, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Robert; 13) Mr. and Mrs. Ron Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. James Mensing, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Wessel; 15)Mr. and Mrs. Greg Kuder, Mr. and Mrs. Brent Lueking, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Siegrist; 18) Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meier; 19) Mr. and Mrs. Ray Richert; 20) Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy; 24) Mr. and Mrs. Brian Dieckmann; 25) Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Miller; 27) Mr. and Mrs. Doug Palm, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tuttle
JULY BAPTISMAL ANNIVERSARIES
1) Jamie Boatright, Harlen Lange, Denise Robinson, Julie Rueter, Gavin Unverfehrt; 2) Carly Foster, Hope Nottmeyer; 3) Tom Anderson, Tiffany Boehne, Darby Burger, Adam Eggerman, Sheila Holston, Lindsey Miller, David Ramsour; 4) Deidre Huelsmann; 5) Mark Fruend, Kelly Isaak; 6) Peyton Benhoff, Abigail Kleiboeker, Michelle Nordike, Philip Rueter; 7) Grace Edler, Karen Kampwerth, Nicholas Schafer; 8) Rodney Mattmiller; 10) Kim Deiters; 11) Donald Lueking, Jacob Twenhafel, Amanda Zumwalt; 12) Sara Hitpas, Brittany Hohman, Jamie Mahlandt, Tyson Scott, Bradley Wolter; 13) Corinne Foster, Darren Fritsche, Kortney Hintz, Judith Kasten, Kurt Kohrmann, Merle Moehle, Brandon Palm, Brayden Berry (Watts); 14) Jodi Palm, Zachary Twenhafel; 15) Curtis Boehne, Caleb Knolhoff, Joel Wessel; 16) Lyle Twenhafel, Dylan Seaton, Wanda Twenhafel; 18) Betty Draves; 19) Zack Persing; 20) Dwain Gherardini, Randy Kohrmann; 21) Neal Michael, James Mensing, Dennis Nottmeyer, Crystal Zimmermann; 22) Kerri Beal, Raymond Carmickle, Julie Nolte, Gary Wessel; 25) Ruth Belli, Madeline Haake, Mollie Rueter; 26) Tammy Brink, Elisha Brinkmann, Dale Edler, Joshua Garland, Dale Knolhoff; 27) Elizabeth Boehne, Taylor Robert; 28) Esther Belli; 29) Clyde Bassen, Lilly Borel, Rachel Carmickle; 30) Michele Hill, Lyle Michael, Morgan Seaton; 31) Lisa Garland, Shirley Hawes
JULY WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES
1) Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Krenz, Mr. and Mrs. James Nordike; 3) Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hermsmeyer; 6) Mr. and Mrs. Noel Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Todd Phillips; 8 )Mr. and Mrs. Mark Belli, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Twenhafel; 11) Mr. and Mrs. Tim Snyder; 12) Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Twenhafel; 15) Mr. and Mrs. James Tate; 17) Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Boatright, Mr. and Mrs. James Ragsdale; 20) Mr. and Mrs. Seth Crocker; Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Edler, Mr. and Mrs. Chad Foster; 21) Mr. and Mrs. Ethon Jansen; 22) Mr. and Mrs. Brent O’Daniell; 23) Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Wright; 25) Mr. and Mrs. Randal Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Maschhoff; 26) Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Knolhoff; 31) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fruend
sermons are now being podcasted. Go to www.trinityhoffman.podbean.com to listen.