|Sunday||July 4||Service of the Word -- 9:00 AM, in person and on Facebook Live;
followed by Service of the Sacrament* with the Lord's Supper;
(Communion is not part of the FB Live broadcast -- please contact Pastor Lou if you are not attending in person and would like to have communion.)
|Wednesday||July 7||Confirmation class -- 6:00 - 7:00 PM (date change)|
For the healing of our country and all citizens during these times of unease, disease, and unrest;
For those those who are fighting or recovering from infection by the COVID virus; healthcare workers;
Karen (Grethe's daughter), benign tumor between skull & brain, but causing some issues; surgery scheduled;
Baby Zane & mom Lily (Sharon's neice); that he will thrive and grow better than he has been of late;
the Neust-l & Downs families saying final goodbyes; services for Judene's sister, Angie next Saturday (7/10);
Michael (a man who called asking for prayer), no family, lost his mother recently and feeling "spiritually lost;"
Virgil R., (block 89 neighbor farmer), recovering from injuries from in car vs hay stacker accident;
Vicki G., (ILC friend, community member), at Columbia Crest; that her spirits be raised;
Don H., that continued intermittent health issues from 2020 can finally be resolved;
Carlos S. (missionary Danelle's husband), feeling well in spite of heart function at 14% after massive heart attack in March;
Juanita O., (ILC friend), healing a severely broken leg in long-term care; and Harley at home;
Jennifer, (Charlene's daughter), eye pressure issues;
Jake, (Charlene's grandson), heart rhythm issues have returned, repeat surgery or even transplant may be needed;
Those who may be struggling with depression or loneliness during this extended isolation;
> Friends and Family battling Cancer:
Kaitlin (Dawn V. granddaughter), that thyroid cancer surgery follow-ups wipe it out;
Carol (Mike L. daughter-in-law)
Sharon K., (Pastor Hesse's second cousin), recently diagnosed with stage IV esophageal cancer;
Grant C., (Kelli's friend's son, age 6), chemotherapy week 5 -- embryonal rhabdomysarcoma;
Elijah T, age 5, (nephew of Malea), recently diagnosed with leukemia; chemotherapy has begun;
Wayne R., (friend of the Bensons, businessman & former ML mayor);
Jackie L. (wife of Stan's friend Mark --Basin Propane), needing a miracle after stage 4 liver cancer diagnosis;
Emma, (14 yr old daughter of Norm's friend Bob Tatum);
Carol G., (friend of Ila and Charlene), multiple myeloma; Emily, (friend of Kelli), brain cancer, frontal lobe;
Aliyah (Ila's 3-yr old niece) and Bill, (brother of John Schafer), both withy glioblastoma brain cancer.
> Those who mourn the loss of loved ones;
especially the Neustels, Robillards, LeMasters, Hesses, Blazers, Tuckers, Neustels, & Ellestads;
>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:
especially (military) Jonathan P, Olaf M, Brady E, Jordan M, Luke S, Logan H,
and (law enforcement) Justin E, Scott N, Jeff W, David H; Riley C.
>Expectant mothers (and fathers!) -- and for those who would like to be;
especially Lars & Alyssa O; Chris & Jen H.; Kyle & Heather R; Alec & Emily R.; Kari & Kevin K.;
>Engaged couples preparing for marriage, especially Josh & Amanda; Darby & Talen; Glen & Erika; Gaige & Danielle;
> Thanks, Blessings, and Praises
-- Happy Birthday this week to Phyllis H. (7/3); Paul Emers-n (7/7);
-- Happy Anniversary to Wayne & Arlene (7/9) # 72!; Ben & Kelli (7/9); Larry & Sue E. (7/10);
Happy 11th anniversary of Ordination to Pastor Hesse, (7/10);
-- Congratulations to Ben & Lauren Rathbone, married on June 26!
-- Congratuations to Dylan O. for completing 6 weeks of ROTC camp;
-- New granddaughter (#3) for Don & Triscia -- Elizabeth Faith, born June 30 to David & Sarah;
>Continued Prayers for:
Joe Morr-ss (eye issues) -- Evie at home; Gordon at Brookdale/Hearthstone; Brenna; Danelle & Carlos; Julie Reyn-lds (Laurie O. sister, breast cancer) -- Danette, Kyle E., Loren, Josh -- Rev. Steve My-rs (in Spokane).
ICE CREAM SUNDAY !
How about a little Independence Day celebration? Cool down with some Ice Cream this Sunday after the service.
Covid attendance limits, distancing, and public mask requirements have been lifted by the County and State officials. We encourage everyone to return to in-person Sunday attendance as soon as you are able, and we continue to encourage common-sense measures to keep everyone healthy -- including wearing a mask if that makes you more comfortable. The air conditioner is working to keep us as cool as we can be!
Seeking Auction Donations
Moses Lake Grocery Outlet is wroking on the annual Independence from Hunger Food Drive. The online auction is live now and will end at noon on July 6th. 100% of all money raised will be donated to their Independence for Hunger Community Partner Care Sacks. All donations stay local to help provide sack lunches to those experiencing food insecurities. The goal this year is to raise $10,000. That is a HUGE goal and cannot be done without the support of our community. "Thank you in advance." (--from Kris E., ML Grocery Outlet) Update: Nearly 1/2 way to the goal! Donate $5 in the store and receive a $5.00 coupon -- win-win!
Seeking Rodeo Anthem Singers
Contact Mike Harris if you or someone you know would be interested/willing to sing the National Anthem for one evening of the 2021 Grant County Rodeo. I believe he said there are 5 opportunities. Need not be a professional or perfect singer but ability to carry a tune helps :)
Agnus Day. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Agnus Day appears with the permission of www. agnusday. org"
Attendance last Sunday; June 27, 2021: 36