THIS WEEK at a GLANCE:
|July 10||Pastor Lou's TENTH Anniversary of Ordination|
|Sunday||July 12||Sunday Service, 9:00 AM; with the Lord's Supper following the LIVE broadcast.
Facebook Live: 9:00 AM
Audio and video links are posted at: livingwordml.livejournal.com to be viewed later.
>> Keeping these in our Prayers:
For the healing of our country and all citizens during these times of unrest;
Emma, (daughter of Norm's friend Bob Tat*m), stage 4 cancer diagnosis (hip & lungs) and beginning chemo;
Dawn V, at the sudden death of her brother last week, soon following the death of a good friend, Dr. Irwin;
and for relief from back pain (compressed disks);
Judy, (Charlene's daughter), looking for some answers to some mysterious physical symptoms;
Mary, broken wrist after a fall (at Hearthstone);
Evie E., at home; Joyce R., at Columbia Crest; & Gordon at Brookdale Hearthstone;
the Neustel Family, that their Ellensburg house finds a buyer soon and a new one is found in/near Moses Lake;
Those who may be struggling with depression or loneliness during an extended isolation;
Friends and Family battling cancer:
Alice F., under treatment for acute myeloid leukemia.;
Paul B., immunotherapy treatment;
Angie, (Judene's sister), stage 4 lung cancer, continues various treatments and medical trials;
Toni Smith (wife of Dick, Pastor Lou's pastor friend in N.Dakota), under treatment for lung cancer;
Carol G., (friend of Ila and Charlene), multiple myeloma;
Emily, (friend of Kelli), brain cancer, frontal lobe;
Aliyah (Ila's 3-yr old niece), ganglioneuroblastoma (brain cancer);
Bill, (brother of John Schafer), battling glioblastoma brain cancer;
Those who mourn the loss of loved ones;
especially Dawn V., Evie E., Amanda H., Ila, Joyce R., Pr. Swanson;
Friends and family members who struggle with addictions of various kinds,
Active military & law enforcement , & fire fighters & their families: for safety and peace in the line of duty:
esp (military) Jonathan P*nkerton, Riley C*nahan, Olaf Mo*re, Brady Em*rson,
Jordan Matth*ws, Luke Stov*r, Logan H*sse,
and (law enforcement) Justin Ellest*d, Scott N*ustel, Jeff Warn*r, David Hu*y, Anandae Cl*rk;
Those in the mission fields far from home, especially Danelle Putnam (and Brenna Moss);
Expectant mothers (and fathers!) esp. Kevin & Casey H; Rachal & Jonathan P.; Caleb & Lexi H.;
-- and for those who would like to be;
Engaged couples preparing for marriage, especially Gaige & Danielle; Danelle (Putnam) & Carlos;
>>> Thanks and Praises
-- thankful for a good report for Charlene -- cancer free for 5 years!
>>> Continued prayers for:
-- Patty Fode (Wenatchee) -- Paul & Sandy -- Simon Rogers -- Michele B -- Arlene (Wayne's wife) -- Ken & DeAnne (Deb's parents) -- Julie Reynolds (Laurie O. sister, breast cancer) -- Danette, Kyle E., Loren, Josh -- Mary & Gordon at Brookdale/Hearthstone; Joyce at Columbia Crest; Rev. Steve Myers (in Spokane) -- the farmers of South Africa.
Congratulations to Pastor Lou on 10 years of ordained ministry (July 10, 2010). Time flies when you're having fun ...
Returning to In-Person Services
What to do before attending, what to expect when you arrive --
- Take your temperature at home -- if it is over 100.4, please to not attend the service.
- Please bring a face mask if you have one; there are some available at the church if you do not have one, or forget yours. Masks are to be worn while inside the building by all over age 5 unless a health condition prevents you from wearing one (ie breathing difficulties, physical difficulty removing if needed).
- Use the parking lot doors. Please be seated in family groups/households, leaving 3 empty chairs between groups.
- Please try to maintain a 6 ft distance in the fellowship hall other than for a very brief time period (passing, etc.)
- Please use the waste baskets for papers and tissues; take advantage of the sanitizer, wipes, soap and water which are available ...
>>Singing During the Service
Because singing indoors is possibly a higher risk activity for viral spreading, if you are not able to wear a mask we ask that you do not sing along with the liturgy or hymns. This is the unfortunate trade-off we are making for the safety of our more vulnerable members, to help them and their families feel more comfortable with them attending our Sunday service.
Weekly Worship and Communion Schedule
Holy Communion will be offered weekly at each Sunday service as we work our way back into more regular attendance by all members who are able. Service of the Word will continue to be live-broadcast for those who choose not to attend in-person quite yet, with the broadcast ending prior to the start of the Service of the Sacrament.
CROSSROADS Baby Bottle Fundraiser Coming to a Close
>> June 1 - July 15 ... SPRING FUNDRAISER HAS REACHED 1/3 of GOAL SO FAR -- (but donations are always accepted year-round)
Baby bottles available at the church or (if you are so inclined), please use a ziplock baggie to place your loose change, cash, or a check into. Bring it to church this Sunday (July 12), or return to the Crossroads office (M-Th, 11am-4 pm) during the week. Two electronic donation options also available: Click here to donate online, or text “give” to 509-761-6420. Crossroads is the Basin's crisis pregnancy and early childhood resource center, saving babies and helping mothers. If you have any questions feel free to contact Marilyn, 765-4425. Thank you!
Farewell -- Sadly, we say farewell to Ron and Nancy Hanson as they have sold their ML home and are moving to a new one in Wenatchee to be closer to son Kevin's growing family. We hope they will drop in on us every now and then to say HI, especially after the virus restrictions are lifted ...
Agnus Day used by permission -- agnusday [dot] org
Attendance last Sunday, 7.05.2020 -- 27