We keep in our prayers:  Dan Beilstein, Wendell Hawley,  Bob Hicks,  Bob Orr, Bob Ozman  Georgia Pendleton,  Maria Reilly, Ethel Schuele, and, Loren Shepard.   We keep in our prayers those whose health keeps them from regular attendance:   Ruth Anderson,   Bob Ozman, Carol Schoneman,   Margaret Donath, , Bill  Wagner, Beryl Martiinek, Ruth Duchacek,   Bob Snyder,  Bob Hicks, Marion Schlak,. Ethel Schuele.


Lent Midweek Services, Holy Week and Easter Services:   Please join us for the remaining Lent Midweek service on March 21 at 7:00 PM.  Maundy Thursday Service is March 30th at 7:00 PM.  Easter morning, April 1st, please join us at 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM.


Lenten Soup Suppers:    Please plan to join in for the last Soup Supper during this Lenten season on Wednesday from 6:00 to 7:00 PM followed by worship service at 7:00 PM.  Sign-up sheets for Soup, Salad, Bread/Rolls are in the narthex.  Questions: please ask Judie Wiley or Madeleine Plourde.

Easter Breakfast:  Everyone is warmly invited to our annual Easter brunch, served by our enthusiastic youth from 9:00 to 10:15 am on Easter Sunday.  Celebrate Easter together while eating our fresh delicious eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, ham, homemade baked goods, fruit, juice and coffee.  This year's donations will go towards a fund to buy a locally crafted marble and wood stand to stabilize the Christ candle.  A Thrivent Action Team Project is paying for most of the purchased food so your contribution can go toward the new stand.  As in the past, donations of fruit platters or bakery items are greatly appreciated.  See you there!

Easter flowers are now available to order.  Please see the insert.  If you are writing a check, please make your flower order a separate check from your offering with "Easter flowers" in the memo line.  Orders are due Monday March 26th, please.


CLC Youth Laser Tag Event Last Week:  Thank you to everyone who made the Youth Event possible.  Thw students cleaned the toys and cabinets in the Opening Room before heading to Spare Time.  We had sixteen children and five adults attend.


Summit Club:  On Thursday, March 22nd, we will be traveling to the Cabot Creamery Visitor Center in Cabot, Vermont.  We will watch a video tour and then have the opportunity to taste different samples.  If we still have an appetite, we will have lunch at a nearby restaurant.  We will meet at church at 10:00 AM for carpooling.  If you have any questions, please talk to Marilyn VanHouten or Ann Isley.


Mission of the Month: LCMS Mercy Medical Teams:  Since 2006, the LCMS's Mercy Medical Teams(MMT's)have provided desparately needed health care to thousands of patients in underserved regions around the globe.  There are two types of MMTs-primary care teams and community health education teams.  Primary care teams work in severely underserved areas to meet ongoing health needs in remote areas with little or no access to any other primary care services in the area.  These teams usually operate mobile, primary-care clinics for 2-6 days per location.  At primary care clinics, MMTs serve some of the world's most vulnerable people suffering with malnutrition, parasites, dysentary, HIV or AIDS, traumatic wounds, infections, malaria and other tropical diseases and illnesses associated with unhealthy drinking water and sanitation.  Community Health Education(CHE)teams are deployed to urban and rural areas to teach positive health habits to people in some of the poorest places in the world while emphasizing preventative, over curative care.  In community practice, this is done by concentrating efforts on long-term solutions that break the cycle of poverty and disease.  By incorporating local leaders to serve as catalysts for change, the CHE paradigm focuses on development rather than relief, and disease prevention rather than cure.  CHE teams are comprised of volunteers with specialties specific to each unique situation.  Our financial support will enable teams to travel, purchase medical supplies and pay for educational materials.  To learn more about LCMS Mercy Medical Teams please go to https://www.lcms.org/mercy-medical-teams.


Pew Sisters Women's Study:  We have begun Demystifying the Proverbs 31 Woman from Concordia Publishing House.  Please read the second chapter in preparation for our next gathering on Tuesday, March 27th at 7:00 PM in the fellowship hall.  There are still copies of the book available for $11.00 each.  Even if you weren't able to join us in February you can jump right in!  If you'd like to go out for dinner prior to the meeting please meet at the Ninety-Nine in Williston at 5:30 PM(expense on your own).  Lap babies are welcome.


















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