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Servant Schedule & Sermon Topics for June 2023

Updated: Jun 14, 2023



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NEW JERUSALEM EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH SENDS

OUR BEST WISHES TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

FOR A HAPPY, HEALTHY 2023!


May God fill you will his New goodness every day and

may the love of Jesus overflow from you to others throughout the year!

 

In case of a pastoral emergency,

please contact Pastor Lisa Borrell at 610-838-0731 or email MizLKB@aol.com.

 

SERVANT SCHEDULES AND SERMON TOPICS


Greetings! Please consider volunteering to make our Worship Service safe and a success. We need you. We have several openings for volunteers. If you know someone who would love to help, and they do not have internet, feel free to give them my contact information. Robin (610-349-2586). Please help!


To Be Determined: Please use the sign-up sheets in the Narthex for volunteer opportunities, i.e., Acolytes, Pastor Assistants (Council Members), Assistant Ministers, Chalisters, Lectors, and Ushers. Thank you.


 

Servants for Sunday, June 4, 2023

Acolyte: TBA

Altar Guild: Sarah Parente & Barbara Young

Assistant to Pastor: Terry Ravier

Assisting Minister: TBA

Chalister: TBA

Coffee/Fellowship Hour: Quinette Bucker & LeeAnn Malesky

Lector: Sharon Bender

Technology: Angie Fulmer, Bill Young

Usher(s): Sharon Bender


Sunday, June 4, 2023 ~ Worship Service at 10:00 a.m. ~ Holy Trinity ~ Though the word trinity is not found in the scriptures, today’s second reading includes the apostolic greeting that begins the liturgy: The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all. In the gospel Jesus sends his disciples forth to baptize in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit. More than a doctrine, the Trinity expresses the heart of our faith: we have experienced the God of creation made known in Jesus Christ and with us always through the Holy Spirit. We celebrate the mystery of the Holy Trinity in word and sacrament, as we profess the creed, and as we are sent into the world to bear witness to our faith.


 

Servants for Sunday, June 11, 2023

​Acolyte: TBA

Altar Guild: Janis Hadley & Tina McCardle

Assistant to Pastor: Robin Rooth-Fogel

Coffee/Fellowship Hour: Angie Fulmer,

Denise Hoffert, Brenda Leister, Jayne Schrantz

Lector: Bill Young

Technology: Ben Fogel

Usher(s): Gina Grekula & Tina Young


Saturday, June 10, 2023 ~ Worship Service at 4:30 p.m. AND

Sunday, June 11, 2023 ~ Worship Service at 10:00 a.m. ~ Second Sunday of Pentecost ~ Though Jesus was a devout Jew who practiced his faith, he was criticized for eating with tax collectors and sinners—the religiously nonobservant. Jesus criticizes the self-righteous and reminds us that mercy is to be at the heart of our religious practices. God continues to be made known in those on the margins of society, like Matthew the tax collector and the hemorrhaging woman. As we gather each Lord’s day we receive the healing that makes us well and sends us forth to be signs of God’s mercy for the world.

 


Servants for Sunday, June 18, 2023

Acolyte: TBA

Altar Guild: Sharon Bender & Tina Young

Assistant to Pastor: TBA

Coffee/Fellowship Hour: Pat Leith & Tina Young

Lector: Amanda Bokan

Technology: Angie Fulmer & Bill Young

Usher(s): Joyce Leith & Joanne Robbins


Sunday, June 18, 2023 ~ Worship Service at 10:00 a.m. ~ Third Sunday of Pentecost ~ Moses tells the Israelites that they are called to be a priestly kingdom and a holy people. Jesus sends out the disciples as laborers into the harvest. In baptism we too are anointed for ministry, sharing God’s compassion with our needy world. From the Lord’s table we go forth to proclaim the good news, to heal the sick, and to share our bread with the hungry.


 


Servants for Sunday, June 25, 2023

Acolyte: TBA

Altar Guild: Sarah Acker & Kathy Shermetta

Assistant to Pastor: Robin Rooth-Fogel

Coffee/Fellowship Hour: Phyllis Reiss &

Kathy Shermetta

Lector: Marianne Zellner

Technology: Ben Fogel

Usher(s): Jeff Reiger


Sunday, June 25, 2023 ~ Worship Service at 10:00 a.m. ~ Fourth Sunday of Pentecost ~ God does not promise that the path of the disciple will be easy. Jeremiah feels the pain of rejection from those who do not want to hear what he has to say. Jesus declares that his words may bring stark division. Even so, we need not be afraid for God accounts for each hair on our heads. Though we may experience rejection, frustration, division, and death, God’s grace and love make us a new creation each day. Marked with the cross and filled with holy food, we are sent from worship to witness to Christ in the world.


 


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​​May the beauty of God be reflected in your eyes, the love of God be

reflected in your hands, the wisdom of God be reflected in your words,

and the knowledge of God flow from your heart,

that all might see, and seeing, believe.


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Neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor things present,

nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus.

God, the creator, Jesus, the Christ, and the Holy Spirit, the comforter,

bless you and keep you in eternal love.


The members of New Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church wish you a blessed day and we pray that your day is filled with hope, love, peace, and good health!

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