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Servant Schedule & Sermon Topics for September 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 Saturday, September 2, 2023 and

Sunday, September 3, 2023

Acolyte: TBA

Altar Guild: Sarah Parente & Barbara Young

Assistant to Pastor: Pat Leith

Assisting Minister: TBA

Chalister: TBA

Coffee/Fellowship Hour: Pat Leith & Tina Young

Lector: Larry Brown

Technology: Angie Fulmer

Usher(s): Phyllis Reiss & Tammy Welch


Saturday, September 2, 2023 ~ Worship Service at 4:30 p.m. AND

Sunday, September 3, 2023 ~ Worship Service at 10:00 a.m. ~ 14th Sunday of Pentecost ~ The prophet Jeremiah speaks of the incurable wound of his suffering yet finds in God’s words the delight of his heart. When Peter doesn’t grasp Jesus’ words about suffering, Jesus tells the disciples they will find their lives in losing

them. Such sacrificial love is described by Paul when he urges us to associate with the lowly and not repay evil with evil. In worship we gather as a community that we might offer ourselves for the sake of our suffering world.

 

Servants for Sunday, September 10, 2023

​Acolyte: TBA

Altar Guild: Janis Hadley & Tina McCardle

Assistant to Pastor: Bill Young

Coffee/Fellowship Hour: Angie Fulmer, Denise Hoffert, & Brenda Leister

Lector: Frank Petak, Jr.

Technology: Bill Young

Usher(s): Robin Rooth-Fogel & Sharon Weisser


Sunday, September 10, 2023 ~ Worship Service at 10:00 a.m. ~

15th Sunday of Pentecost ~ Conflict is a part of relationships and life in community. Jesus’ words in today's gospel are often used in situations having to do with church discipline. The prophet Ezekiel tells of warning the wicked to turn from their ways, and Paul reminds us that love is the fulfilling of the law. We gather in the name of Christ, assured that He is present among us with gifts of peace and reconciliation.


 

Servants for Sunday, September 17, 2023

Acolyte: TBA

Altar Guild: Sharon Bender & Tina Young

Assistant to Pastor: Angie Fulmer

Coffee/Fellowship Hour: Phyllis Reiss &

Kathy Shermetta

Lector: Mark Brownson

Technology: Bill Young

Usher(s): Jere & Phyllis Reiss


Sunday, September 17, 2023 ~ Worship Service at 10:00 a.m. ~

16th Sunday of Pentecost ~ In today’s second reading Paul questions why we judge one another, since we all stand before the judgment of God. Yet we do sin against one another, and Jesus’ challenge that we forgive seventy-seven times reveals God’s boundless mercy. When we hear the words of forgiveness in worship and sign ourselves with the cross, we are renewed in baptism to be signs of reconciliation in the world.





Servants for Sunday, September 24, 2023

Acolyte: TBA

Altar Guild: Sarah Parente & Barbara Young

Assistant to Pastor: Joanne Robbins

Coffee/Fellowship Hour: Kathy Fenstermacher & Robin Rooth-Fogel

Lector: Angie Fulmer

Technology: Angie Fulmer

Usher(s): Sharon Bender & LeeAnn Malesky


Sunday, September 24, 2023 ~ Worship Service at 10:00 a.m. ~

17th Sunday of Pentecost ~ Matthew narrates one of Jesus’ controversial parables in which Jesus says that the reign of God is like that of a landowner who pays his workers the same wage no matter what time of day they began to work. When God changes God’s mind about punishing Nineveh for their evil ways, Jonah is angry. Yet God is gracious and merciful, abounding in steadfast love. In baptism we receive the grace of God that is freely given to all. As Martin Luther wrote, in the presence of God’s mercy we are all beggars.

 


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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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