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June/July Monthly Newsletter

The Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Continental Congress in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 4, 1776.  This declaration was signed by  John Hancock, John Adams, Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and others.  In this declaration, the 13 American colonies declared their independence from the British Crown, and their political independence from Great Britain. The Colonies desired to go their own way in life.  A new nation was born - the United States of America.  To win its freedom, the new nation had to fight the Revolutionary War. To this date our nation's Declaration of Independence has not been revoked!
Another "Declaration of Independence" was made much longer ago.  It was "signed" by Adam and Eve.  In it they declared their independence from God and His Word and will for their lives.  When Adam and Eve fell to the devil's temptations, they joined the devil's revolutionary war against the God Who had created them. (Genesis 3) Sin also entered the world and began to separate human beings from a holy and righteous God.  That wall of separation caused by sin still continues to separate human beings from God today and causes them to go their own way in life.  All human beings are born in a state of "independence" - with original sin and without faith in the One True God (Psalm 51:5; Ephesians 2:1-5).  Without faith in the One True God, human beings fight a revolutionary war of independence from God and His rule. Blinded by sin, people think that their own good works and deeds will offset the evil they have done. They try running their lives "independent" of God's help.  They fail to consult God for guidance and do not talk to Him in prayer. They imagine their lives are OK.
Jesus Christ was born "of the Virgin Mary" in order to revoke Adam and Eve’s sinful "declaration of independence."  Christ revoked that declaration by keeping the Law perfectly in our place.  He lived in total dependence on the will of His Father and in perfect obedience to His Father's Word.  Christ declared His dependence when He said that He came not to do His own will, but the will of His Father Who had sent Him (John 6:38).  Christ's dependence is seen in that He came "to fulfill all righteousness" (Matthew 3:15).  Christ did this by living a perfectly righteous and holy life in accord with the Law of God.  Christ's dependence is seen as He prayed, "Father...not My will, but Thine be done" (Luke 22:42).
We acknowledge God's revocation of our sinful declaration of independence as we by faith trust and depend on God for the guidance, protection, and help we need in our daily lives.  We acknowledge our dependence on God when we pray, "Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven" (Matthew 6:10), and "Give us this day our daily bread" (Matthew 6:11).  By the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we depend on Christ for the salvation and righteousness we need, as we pray “Forgive us our trespasses.”  But our trust and dependence is imperfect, corrupted by sin. Thus the Spirit calls us to godly penitence, and in Word and Sacrament the Father forgives our daily sinful rebellions, and strengthens our faith, and our dependence, on God for our salvation.
At the end of time Christ will visibly return and put a final end to the sinful revolutionary war against Him. Then Christ will gather all who by faith are dependent on Him to live and dwell eternally with Him eternally in heaven.
As we again celebrate our nation's "Declaration of Independence" from British rule on July 4th may we also be reminded that Christ revoked our sinful "declaration of independence" from Him.  Let us also celebrate the restoration of our dependence on God's rule and on His salvation as we thank God for the gift of faith in Jesus Christ our Savior.  With such dependence we shall be blessed not only with a happy 4th of July, but also with a glorious and happy eternity!
Rev. Dr. Armand J. Boehme



A Day To Be Remembered!
What has been the most IMPORTANT event in your life---a day to be remembered and treasured???  Most of us don’t even remember this day; the day we became a member of God’s Kingdom, THE DAY OF OUR BAPTISM!!
In an effort to help Trinity members reflect and “remember,”  Trinity is honoring the baptismal birthdays of our members.  On the last Sunday of each month, members, young and old, who were baptized during that month can sit together, enjoy a treat and, perhaps, share stories during the fellowship hour.
We do have the dates of baptism for most of our members; but, if we missed yours, please let us know so we don’t miss it again. Any questions and/or dates, please contact the church office:  645-4438.
Arise and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins.  Acts 2:16
Baptism doth also now save us.  I Peter 3:21

June Baptisms                
Holly Ciffra            Jeff Martinson        
                                Erin Nybakke                  Allyson Ohmann    
                                Grace Ohmann               Les Rud
                          Alyssa (Ohmann) Swanson     Elaine Zobel


July Baptisms
                             Armand Boehme        Dana Criswell








April Home Fund Budget Status Report

Home Fund Balance on April 1, 2022                $6,090.23
April Home Fund Contributions                         $18,114.06
                      Designated Giving*        $17,125.00
                      Loose Plate Giving**        $914.06
                      Rental Property Fund        $75.00
April Home Fund Expenses                       ($23,194.85)
Home Fund Balance on April 30, 2022                $1,009.44
* Includes giving by people who use offering envelopes and e-giving
**Includes giving by people without offering envelopes

Trinity Fund Report
The Trinity Fund is for money given to memorialize a person or occasion.  Money in the Trinity Fund is spent at the discretion of the Council unless it is designated for a specific purpose by the donor(s).  In April of 2022, the Trinity Fund received $1,000.00 given in memory of Robert Quam.






May 5, 2022
    Pastor Klein
    Pastor Boehme
    John Greenfield - President
    Lisa Martinson - DCE
    Jeff Martinson - Elders
    Grant Hovland - Stewardship
    Tony Schmidtke - Trustees
    Bobbi Schmidtke - Missions
    Barb Anderson - Treasurer/Fellowship
    Becky DeMann - Congregational Secretary

Meeting called to order by John Greenfield - 8:08 pm

Opening Prayer - Pastor Klein

Minutes from meeting – Approved

Treasurer’s Report – Approved

Old Business:
· Parking Lot Pavement - Nate Schaab will donate his time with help to repair the uneven sidewalk and also some of the pavement.
· Sound System - has been tweaked, EMI has been contacted
· Church Usage Policy - Elders and Trustees need to get together to review a document presented by Alliance Defending Freedom to set up a usage policy for Trinity.

New Business:
· April’s Voters Meeting
· Thursday Service - Has it run its course
· Kay Koch - Mission Board addition voted in
· Kitchen update - Plunckett had to be called, lots of ants, please be sure to wipe down cupboards
· Hobart was here, dishwasher/sanitizer is safe to use, no leakage
· Bobbi suggested meet the board members, placing in the bulletin so to give new members names with faces
· Barb Anderson had a request for Thrivent dollars for the church softball team, $400 was approved

Called Workers Reports
Pastor Klein Report:
· ADF Publication has been received, if you want to borrow it, will be in the church office, softball practice next Saturday
· Will be on vacation Aug. 1-14, part of this will be the Doxology seminar

Pastor Boehme Report:
· Preaching in Kilkenny in July 3, June 19 and possibly something in August, Bible Study is now done until fall, on office hours on 5/6, Concordia Theological Seminary Press will reprinting Edna Hong’s book “Bright Valley of Love”

DCE’s report - See attached report
· Youth Sunday School:  We are still holding Sunday School most every Sunday from 10:30 - 11:15 am up in the “Couch Room”.
· Youth Events:  Here is what has transpired for our youth ministry since our last meeting as well as a look toward some future events:
    April 9 - Children’s Easter Egg Hunt & Easter Games (10 children; 8 youth; 4 adults)
    April 16 - Easter Breakfast Prep & Decorating (6 adults; 9 youth)
    April 17 - Easter Breakfast (Served 84 people, 11 adults; 12 youth)
    April 24 - Scooping for Tips (8 youth; 3 adults)
    May 1 - Drive Through Shoe Collection (8 youth; 4 adults)
    May 8 - 9:00am Worship will include Confirmation for Grace Ohmann
    May 15 - 9:00am Worship will include Graduate Recognition
    May 15 - 1:40pm “Family Camp” movie at the Emagine Theater in Lakeville
    June 5 - 5-7pm: Youth FUEL Bonfire & Game Night
    June 12 - Serving Fellowship Hour & Bake Sale
    June 12 - 5-7pm Drive Through Shoe Collection
    July 8-15 - 2022 National LCMS youth Gathering - Houston, TX

 Fundraising (Proceeds will go to the Youth Fund to support our ongoing youth ministry.  The bulk of the funds will be used for those attending the 2022 National LCMS Youth Gathering in Houston TX this coming summer.)

· Shoe Drive Fundraiser:  WOW - we are at just over 1,000 pair of shoes!  We only need 1500 to meet our minimum goal!  Keep passing the word and collecting those shoes 😊  We will have another Drive Through & Drop Off Collection on June 12.

· Bake Sale & Fellowship Hour Serving - June 12

· Aluminum Cans:  We are always collecting aluminum cans.  Please drop your cans off in the can trailer next to the parking lot.

National Youth Gathering - Houston 2022:  If you would like to financially support those attending the athering, please contact me or put your donation (marked “youth gathering”) in the offering plate.

DCE Cluster meetings will be held monthly and is a time to meet with other DCE’s and DCE-types from the area for prayer, support, encouragement, and idea sharing.

On a personal note, I have officially registered for 2 marathons in 2022 (Brookings, SD on May 14, and Grandma’s Marathon on June 18).  Jeff and I will also be fishing (probably ice fishing) and freezing in Canada from May 20-    29.

Thank you all so much for your prayers and support, Jeff and I are truly blessed!
In Christian Service,
Lisa Martinson

Board Reports
· Pastor vacation approved August 1-14, plus an allowance of $150 because timing is over doxology convention
· Kurt Anderson looking at starting greeters up again
· Look at get pictures of congregation
· Rev. Randy Heide will preach on June 5th, he is Rep. for LAMP
· Looking for Lay Leader for our church for fall circuit forum

· Receptions for confirmation and graduation receptions
· July 25-28 - Vacation Bible School
· Parsonage is rented - family of 5
· Possible hail damage on the church will have meeting next Monday
· New storm door on rental house will be installed shortly
· Light by the speaker near pulpit has been fixed
· Drinking fountain is leaking upstairs
· Baptismal font is still leaking even with stopper
· Furnace needs a new filter

·  Barb and Bobbi met to pass the torch
· LAMP will be here June 5th  

Stewardship:  N/A

· Linda Munson is a new fellowship member
 Prayer - Luther’s Evening Prayer
    I thank You, my heavenly Father, through Jesus Christ, Your dear Son, that You have graciously kept me this day; and I pray that You would forgive me all my sins where I have done wrong, and graciously keep me this night.  For into Your hands I commend myself, my body and soul, and all things.  Let Your holy angel be with me, that the evil foe may have no power over me.  Amen.
Adjournment - 8:54 pm

Respectfully submitted,
Rebecca DeMann, Congregational Secretary





LWML will not meet in June 2022, however we will have an exciting July meeting as Becca Koch will provide information, she received at the 2022 Southern Minnesota Convention for LWML.  Becca is a YRW (Young Woman’s Representative).  We are really excited for her participation.  We will also discuss the convention as a whole and provide the missions that Southern Minnesota has chosen for our biannual convention.  LWML will let everyone know if we hold an August meeting.


For Father’s Day on Sunday, June 19th, the Fellowship Committee will again have snack bags available in the narthex.  All men at church that Sunday are encouraged to take a bag, either to have as a Father’s Day gift or to have in honor of their fathers.  Happy Father’s Day to all men from the committee!

1 – A love of Jesus in your heart, and 2 – A welcoming smile
We are restarting our Trinity Greeters Group. If you were a member in the past you will be asked if you can continue to serve. If you were not previously in the group and meet both of the qualifications listed above please let Kurt Anderson (507-581-1644) know your willingness to serve.
At the end of the Divine service our greeters are in the narthex behind where the Pastor is greeting people. They extend a warm welcome to any visitors and also our fellow members. We have two of the greeters group assigned each Sunday.

O Lord God Almighty, who has given Your servants diverse and singular gifts of Your Holy Spirit, do not leave us without Your many gifts, but grant us the grace to use them always to Your honor and glory.  Bless Your congregation, strengthen our faith, and grant us the spirit of Christian stewardship so that we may give generously of our time, talent, and treasure to the spreading of Your kingdom here and throughout the world; through Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen.

During the worship service, I would like everyone to take a look around at the many blessings we have here at Trinity.  There are many familiar faces, people who have been around Trinity for many years.  But there are also many less familiar faces – new members who have joined us in the last couple of years.  While we still have many older members, we now also have several families with little children.  It’s great to see them laughing, crying, running around, and generally doing kid things.  Over the last several months, we have celebrated with two members who have turned 100 and have also had three baptisms.  A couple of weeks ago, we celebrated with our newest confirmand.  The following week we celebrated with two high school and a college graduate.  As a congregation, we have been and continue to be very blessed.
Along with these blessings, we also face some challenges.  Last November, the congregation passed a budget for this year in which we knew our expenses were going to exceed what we predicted would be our income.  We have now reached a point where our home fund is getting very low.  Our checkbook still has money, but those funds are designated for other purposes such as capital expenditures (replacing furnaces and the like) or memorial funds.  However, our day to day spending comes from the home fund.  That pays the Pastors’ and DCE’s salaries, pays the gas and electric bills and generally keeps the church running.
On May 16, the Board of Stewardship, the Board of Elders, the Pastors, and I met to discuss this challenge.  For the near term, we can borrow from other funds.  The church council will also be asked to find any areas where spending can be cut or delayed.  However, to get us through the Summer and Fall, we are asking that you members of the congregation to prayerfully consider increasing your contributions to help us until we can more fully address this on our Fall Stewardship drive.
As Paul wrote to the church at Corinth in his second letter:
7 Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. 8 And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work.

Beginning in June, Pastor Klein will offer something called Individual Confession and Absolution.  If you look up page 292 in the hymnal, you can see how this works.
This is a practice that our Lutheran fathers kept because it was one of the ways that forgiveness could be proclaimed to sinners who want to hear yet again that they are forgiven for the sake of Jesus.  It is not necessary to list every sin you have committed.  That is impossible (Psalm 19:12).  Rather, as we confess in the Small Catechism, “We should confess those sins only which we know and feel in our hearts.”
Yes, this is something that is new to most of you.  Here are a few things to consider.  Pastor Klein has had all sorts of sins confessed to him.  You are likely not going to surprise him.  Also, in both the ordination and installation vows, pastors promise not to divulge the sins confessed to them.  This goes as far as the pastor not being permitted to testify against you in court.
For now, Pastor Klein will be in the chapel at church on Monday’s from 5:30 to 6:30 pm, Thursdays from 5:00 to 5:30 pm, and Sundays from 8:30 to 8:45.  You can also set up an appointment with him for a different time.  If you have any questions, please ask.

Sunday, June 5th Pastor Randy Heide from LAMP ministries will be at Trinity.  He will share a message during our worship service, join us for a special fellowship snack and share information about LAMP during Bible Study Hour.  Child care will be provided during Bible Study Time.
Please join us to learn more about LAMP and the ministries they provide to First Nation communities in Canada.  We hope to form a team at Trinity this year to travel  next summer and provide a Bible School for a community.  Any questions please contact Bobbi Schmidtke or Karen Wagner

Mark your calendars for Camp Omega Day!  Please join us on Saturday, June 11 during Camp Omega Day and see the Commissioning of Omega Lodge, the newest addition to this ministry!  
Camp Omega Day Details:
• The day begins at 10 am and concludes at 4 pm
• For lunch, join us for a free meal
• We will have a variety of Recreation and activities
• The Omega Lodge Grand Opening celebration and commissioning service will be held at 2 pm and tours will be given throughout the day.
To register for this event, call us at 507-685-4266 or visit

Plans are well underway for HayDay VBS 2022 here at Trinity and we are looking for volunteers to help us out!  We once again have yard signs available for you to put in your yard.  Pick one up at church just inside the parking lot entrance under the coat rack.  Keep the sign for next year or return it in August.
We also need volunteers to help at VBS on the evenings of July 25 - 28, will various jobs available to pick from.  This year we will be growing in friendship with Jesus with a farm theme:  Bible adventures, hog wild games, crafts, and so much more.  If you would like to help in one of these areas, please sign up via the following link!  If you have questions, just ask one of the directors - Audry Hovland or Sherry Schwaab.  THANK YOU and we hope to see you in July!

CAN you bring your aluminum CANS to church?  Trinity Youth have been challenged to fill our CAN recycling trailer three times by the end of June!  (On average the trailer is normally filled 1/month).  CAN you help?  No need to crush the CANS, just bring them in and throw them in the trailer!  Dancing is optional.

What does Lutheran Braille Workers and Medford, Minnesota have in common?  Printing the Word of God?  Trinity Lutheran - Medford and Lutheran Braille Workers (LBW) have been working together to get a print shop in the parish house.  Large print Bibles have been greatly requested from LBW.  When Trinity - Medford discovered this, they set up a print shop along with the help from Southern Minnesota LWML.  This print shop was one of the missions voted on in the last biannual budget.
These Bibles will be sent to prisons and for individuals that are vision impaired.  The Bibles are free of charge, as well as the postage from the US Postal Service.  The print shop is volunteer based.  Right now, they have several crews that volunteer on a weekly basis for several hours.  They need people to print, collate, proof, and prepare for shipment.  The shop can hold about 8 people so a group of 2 - 8 is what they suggest when putting together a crew.  What a great way to “Serve the Lord” and share “God’s Word”!


President of the Congregation:  
John Greenfield
John has been a member of Trinity for 74 years, he was baptized at Trinity and has been a faithful member since then.
At the present John is serving as the president of our congregation. In the past John has served on almost every board of our congregation and has held officer positions in the congregation as well.
As president, John leads the congregation in meetings, listens to concerns of congregation members and supports us as a body of Christ.  We thank John for his time, energy and wisdom in serving our congregation in past roles and in his current role as president.


  Here is the schedule for Communion Assistants for April - June 2022.
Thank you for your willingness to help with this service.  As always, if you cannot help on a particular Sunday, please find a substitute.
We have a few acolytes at this time.  However, if there is not an acolyte, we are asking the Communion Assistant for the day to light the candles prior to the pastor coming forward.  When it is done is not important as long as they are lit.  If you have questions, please feel free to ask.
                     June 5                   Tony Schmidtke
                     June 12             Barbara Greenfield
                     June 19             John Pfeiffer
                     June 26             Kurt Anderson

NOW through June 27 – Shoe Drive Fundraiser If you know of a business that could put a collection box out for us, please let me know and we’ll get them a box.

NOW through June 30 – CAN CAN CAN CHALLENGE Let’s fill our aluminum can trailer 3 times!

June 5 – 10:30-11:30am Youth watching Kids during LAMP Presentation at church
June 5 – 5:00-7:00pm: Youth FUEL Bonfire and Games Night
June 12 – Serving Treats for Fellowship Hour (We will also have a bake sale this day.)
June 12 – 5-7pm Drive Through Shoe Collection
June 19 – NO FUEL tonight
June 26 - 9:00am Commissioning Service for those attending the 2022 National Youth Gathering
July 7-14 – 2022 National LCMS Youth Gathering in Houston, TX
July 20 – VBS Youth Only Night
July 25-28 – Vacation Bible School
August 2 – National Night Out – Youth will facilitate games
August 8-9 – 2nd Annual Youth Cabin Retreat
August 21 – 5:30-7:00 FUEL Back to School Event

Shoe Drive Fundraiser – OH MY!  We currently have about 1700 pairs of shoes!  We only need about 800 more to reach our 2500 pairs of shoes goal.  We can do this!!  If you would like a shoe collection letter to hand out to your neighbors or would like one to hand out to the many garage sales you pass by, please talk to Lisa.

Youth Bonfire & Games Night – June 4 from 5-7pm.  We will have a bonfire the whole time – for you to roast hot dogs, marshmallows, make s’mores or just burn sticks.  Lisa will have some non fire related games too.  Come for the fun, fellowship, and for sharing our faith!

Youth Serving for Fellowship Hour and a Youth Gathering BAKE SALE – June 12.  Youth, especially those attending the National Youth Gathering, are asked to come and help serve coffee & treats after worship.  We will also have a Bake Sale that day to raise funds for the youth/adults to attend the 2022 National Youth Gathering.  Everyone is invited to bake something to either serve or sell at the bake sale.  Bake Sale items should be pre-packaged for sale please.

National Youth Gathering – Houston 2022 – Please continue to pray for our Trinity
participants registered for this year’s gathering:  Jeff Martinson, Lisa Martinson, Erin
Nybakke, Julie Nybakke, Hannah Pape, Bonnie Pape, and Olivia Voigt.  We are traveling with our friends from Trinity Lutheran in Farmington, please add them to your prayers as well: Shawn Connolly, Lydia Schaefer, Sam Schaefer, and Shana Schaefer.  

Vacation Bible School – July 25 - 28  Youth volunteers, grade 3 and older, are always welcome at VBS!  To register as a volunteer use this link:  Wednesday, July 20 we will have a Youth Volunteer Only night to order to help you with the crafts and songs.

National Night Out will be Tuesday, August 2, 2022.  Youth will again host the games portion of the event.  We will work in July to get everything ready for our guests.

2nd Annual Youth Cabin Retreat will be Monday-Tuesday, August 8-9.  We will leave at about 8:30am Monday morning and return sometime on Tuesday evening.  Cost will be $10 per person plus bring a snack to share.  Cost includes transportation, lodging, food (except that snack you are supposed to bring), boating, fishing, and lots of fun.  Sign up by July 31 so we can work out transportation.  A packing list will be sent to those who sign up.

The 2nd Annual Reformation Run Sunday, October 30, 2022.  If you enjoyed last year, be ready to do the same this year!  We are open for registrations at  Volunteers are needed again to make signs, put signs out on the route, staff the on-site registration table, staff intersections and route corners.  Volunteers are also needed for the Reformation Party put on by the Trinity Board of Education.
God’s Blessings to you all and I am so very thankful for each and every one of you!
In Christian Service - DCE Lisa Martinson
In Christian Service;
Lisa Martinson, DCE
Trinity Lutheran Church
Northfield, MN




June 5 - Pentecost
Genesis 11:1-9
Acts 2:1-21
John 14:23-31

June 12 - The Feast of Holy Trinity
Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31
Acts 2:14a, 22-36
John 8:48-59

June 19 - The Second Sunday after

Isaiah 65:1-9
Galatians 3:23-4:7
Luke 8:26-39

June 26 - The Third Sunday after        

1 Kings 19:9b-21
Galatians 5:1, 13-25
Luke 9:51-62

July 3 - The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
Isaiah 66:10-14
Galatians 6:1-10, 14-18
Luke 10:1-20

July 10 - The Fifth Sunday
after Pentecost

Leviticus 18:1-5; 19:9-18
Colossians 1:1-14
Luke 10:25-37

July 17 - The Sixth Sunday
after Pentecost

Genesis 18:1-14
Colossians 1:21-29
Luke 10:38-42

July 24 - The Seventh Sunday
after Pentecost

Genesis 18:17-33
Colossians 2:6-19
Luke 11:1-13
July 31 - The Eighth Sunday after Pentecost
Ecclesiastes 1:2, 12-14; 2:18-26
Colossians 3:1-11
Luke 12:13-21





 June 5 - Group B                                 July 3 - Group F
June 12 - Group C                               July 10 - Group G
June 19 - Group D                              July 17 - Group H
June 26 - Group E                               July 24 - Group A
                                                                July 31 - Group B


Group A:                                                       Group E:
Leader – Ray Larson                                       Leader – David  & Erin Nybakke
       Dave Downhour                                                   Jonathan Ohmann
       Ray Ozmun                                                          Martin Ohmann
       Larry Pralle                                                          David Ohmann
Group B:                                                       Group F:
Leader –  Tom Pumper                                   Leader – Tony & Bobbi Schmidtke
        Jeff & Holly Ciffra                                                Grant Hovland              
        Jackie Ohmann                                                   Dale Nelson
                                                                                        John Pfeiffer
Group C:                                                       Group G:
Leader –  Kurt Anderson                                  Leader – Craig & Kathy Schuster
        Kevin Bakken                                                       Jeff Martinson
        Brent Casmey                                                      Jim Grieser
        Russell Kraft                                                        Norm Webber
        Jim Koch                              
Group D:                                                          Group H:
Leader – John Greenfield                                   Leader – Dan Wett
       Josh Wagner                                                          Bryce Skaar
       Jesse Hinz                                                              Bruce Young
       Steve Norstad                                                         Rudy & Myleen Maurer
       Mike Aurich        

2022    Lawn Mowing Schedule
05/01/22    thru    05/07/22    Tony Schmidtke
05/08/22    thru    05/14/22    Brent Casmey
05/15/22    thru    05/21/22    Larry Pralle
05/22/22    thru    05/28/22    Dan Wett
05/29/22    thru    06/04/22    David Nybakke
06/05/22    thru    06/11/22    Jeff Martinson
06/12/22    thru    06/18/22    Russel Kraft
06/19/22    thru    06/25/22    Tom Pumper
06/26/22    thru    07/02/22    Bruce Young
07/03/22    thru    07/09/22    Tony Schmidtke
07/10/22    thru    07/16/22    Brent Casmey
07/17/22    thru    07/23/22    Larry Pralle
07/24/22    thru    07/30/22    Dan Wett
07/31/22    thru    08/06/22    David Nybakke
08/07/22    thru    08/13/22    Jeff Martinson
08/14/22    thru    08/20/22    Russel Kraft
08/21/22    thru    08/27/22    Bruce Young
08/28/22    thru    09/03/22    Tom Pumper
09/04/22    thru    09/10/22    Tony Schmidtke
09/11/22    thru    09/17/22    Brent Casmey
09/18/22    thru    09/24/22    Larry Pralle
09/25/22    thru    10/01/22    Dan Wett
10/02/22    thru    10/08/22    David Nybakke
10/09/22    thru    10/15/22    Jeff Martinson
10/16/22    thru    10/22/22    Russel Kraft
10/23/22    thru    10/29/22    Bruce Young
10/30/22    thru    11/05/22    Tony Schmidtke


PLEASE NOTE:  If these times do not work for you, please remember that it is your responsibility to find a replacement or someone to switch with.   (Special services are in bold, italics.)
WORSHIP ASSISTANTS               USHERS                                                                                                                                                                 
June 5 - Tony Schmidtke              Group B - Tom Pumper, Jeff & Holly                
                                                                        Ciffra, Jackie Ohmann

June 12 - Barbara Greenfield        Group C - Kurt Anderson, Kevin  
                                                                         Bakken, Brent Casmey,       
                                                                         Russell Kraft, Jim Koch

June 19 - John Pfeiffer                 Group D - John Greenfield, Josh Wagner,                                                                                                                                                        Jesse Hinz, Steve Norstad,  Mike Aurich

June 26 - Kurt Anderson             Group E - Dave, Jared, & Erin Nybakke,                                                                                        Jonathan Ohmann, Martin Ohmann, David Ohmann                                         
ALTAR GUILD                             COUNTERS                                                                            
June Rado, Mary Ozmun                   Tony & Bobbi Schmidtke
Darlene Larson                                  Kurt & Barb Anderson






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