This is Redeemer Lutheran Church's weekly update!  
All bulletin announcements for
Sunday, April 16, are included in this message.
RLC Weekly Update
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This Week's Events and Announcements

Christ is Risen! Christ is risen indeed! Alleluia!
Happy Easter to each and every one of you and to your families!
A special thank you to our worship team, our choirs and musicians and all who have helped to make our Holy Week and Easter commemorations and celebrations so meaningful.
 
How to Disagree and Stay Connected    
A learning opportunity with the Rev. Roger Schwarze   
Wednesdays -April 19 and 26 at 6 PM in the  Library.     
The presidential election has raised many disagreements among people.  It reminds us of disagreements  we have within our families, among friends, and at work.  These evening workshops will focus on how we can disagree with people and still stay connected with them. 
 
2017 Annual Fund Drive Update
We had a great response to the 2017 General Fund Drive. 
Thanks to all who participated in supporting Redeemer's many important ministries!  There is still time to make a difference at Redeemer even if you missed commitment 
Sunday .  Pledge cards are available at the welcome desk and may be submitted to the church office.  Thanks again for your support.

Children, Youth & Family- No Sunday School   today.  Classes resume on April 23. Redeemer Night Out
returns on April 19.  
Join us for dinner at 5:00 PM and education for all ages (three and up) a 6:00 PM.
Redeemer Prime Time Hunger touches all of us through increased mental and physical health costs every year.  Hunger affects more people than ever before. When/Where: Thursday, April 20 9:30 AM at Redeemer.
Sign up by
April 16 at the Welcome Center in Redeemer or call the church office (651/429- 5411).

The 2 nd Half Ministry team invites you to the April 23  Nordic Contemplative Evening Prayer Service at Pilgrim Lutheran, followed by food and conversation at CafĂ© Latte.  Sign up at the Welcome Center or by calling the church office (651/429-5411). Please indicate if you wish to carpool and go out to eat afterward. Questions, please contact Jane Schroeher, schroehergj@msn.com   or  651/770-9543.

Holy Land Pilgrimage Information Meeting  
Sunday, April 30, 2017   2:00 PM
Interested in a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land?  Pastor Pam will be co-hosting a trip April 1-May 1, 2018. Here's a great opportunity to enrich your faith by visiting the places that have become so familiar through scripture:
Bethlehem, the Sea of Galilee, the Jordan River and Jerusalem.  Pick up a brochure at the Welcome Center to see the exciting itinerary and come to the informational meeting to learn more about this amazing opportunity.


Coming in June-New Member Class .  If you are interested in becoming a Redeemer member, please join us on Sunday, June 4 from 1-5 PM to learn more.  You will meet congregation leaders and staff and learn about
Redeemer's vision, mission, values and history.  Register with the church office (651/429-5411) or office@rlc-wbl.org by June 1.


Wellness Checks Available This Thursday (before Primetime) - Becky Hulden, Lyngblomsten's Faith Community Nurse, will be available  Thursday  morning from  9:00 - 10:30  in the Redeemer Library to do wellness checks.  Becky's visits include discussing health concerns, referrals to resources, blood pressure checks and more.  These wellness checks will be available every third  Thursday  at Redeemer.
 

Daily Readings for the week of SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 2017  
Sunday:         Empty Tomb                                   Luke 24:1-12
Monday:         Jesus Appears to His Disciples         Luke 24:36-53
Tuesday:        Matthias chosen to Replace Judas   Act s 1:12-26
Wednesday:  T he Holy Spirit                                 Acts 2:1-13
Thursday:      E arly Christians                               Acts 2:14-47
Friday:           P eter Heals a C rippled Beggar         Acts 31:1-10
Saturday:       Peter Speaks in  Solomon's Portico   Acts 3:11-26
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