This Week's Events and Announcements
-During All Saints worship on Sunday, w e will remember the faithful who have died during the past year.

-November 5:   Sunday's  Bible study will continue in Paul's Letter to the Romans led by Pastors Dan and Roger.  Please join the discussion in the library between services.

-November 5:   This week's Community Night adult class will continue a Rick Steves DVD and discussion led by Pastor Dan Brumm.  The class meets at 6 p.m. in the library. All are welcome!

-New Member class SUNDAY , November 5 , 1-4 PM , For more information or to register, contact the church office.

-Joy/Peace Circle will gather for their monthly meeting on  Wednesday, November 8th at 10:00 AM  in the Atrium.  We welcome and encourage new members to join Joy/Peace Circle for an inspirational Bible study and delicious refreshments served by our members.  Please call Donna Miller at 651-439-4329  if you have any questions and would like more information. 
-PrimeTime-CHRONIC PAIN AND OPIOID ADDICTION  Thursday, November 16 9:00 AM in the Atrium.  Free Will Offering covers Primetime expenses  Sign up at the Welcome Center or call the church office (651-429-5411) by Nov. 12.

-SUNDAY IS THE LAST DAY TO SIGN UP FOR "Celebrate What's Right with the World"   Women's Retreat-November 18 from 9AM-3PM at Warner Nature Center.  Please include a $25.00 check made out to Redeemer Women's Ministries Sign up forms will be available at the Welcome Center.  Questions?  Call Barb Wojahn (651-429-2557).

-Surviving the Holidays  Sunday, November 19, 2017 9:40-10:30 AM Rooms 126-128.  In past years, the Christmas holiday season may have been a time of great anticipation and excitement. . But this year, the prospect of facing the  holidays without your loved one may cause anxiety and dread. You are not alone.   Surviving the Holidays is a warm, 
encouraging, and helpful event that will connect you with support, encouragement, and advice to survive the holidays.  It features video instruction and group discussion to help you deal with the intense pain of grief during the holiday season. This event is sponsored by Redeemer's Grief Ministry.  There is no cost to participate. 
-Can you help?    We are looking for 1-2 people to volunteer as an usher at the  10:30 am  service during the months of March and September.   
If you are interested or have any questions, contact Diane Jones ( ).

-New Soma Yogadevotion session goes through December 14, 2017 from 2:00-3:00 pm in the Redeemer library. Cost is $56 for the seven week session. Questions, contact Jane Schroeher .
Yogadevotion session goes through December 19,   in the Fellowship Hall from 4:30-5:30. This multilevel class is led by Jean Auger.  If you are a new participant, or need more information, please contact Sue Johnson 651-387-3443 or ( to sign up.  

-The Second Half Ministry Team invites all interested people to join in on a hymn tap sing on November 27 at the Dubliner Pub in St. Paul (2162 University Avenue-at the corner of Vandalia and University).  The "Fleshpots of Egypt" set up at 6:00PM and singing starts around 7:00 PM and continues until around 9:00 PM.  Let's look for each other around 5:45 PM at the pub.  Signup sheet available at the Welcome Desk.  
Deadline: November 15 for signup.

Moonlight Madness coming up on  Nov. 10-11   - open to 6th-9th graders and friends - cost -$40.  Sign up information on CYF board.  Sign ups due by Nov. 8 .
Nov. 12-High School Bonfire and Pizza from 4:30-6:30 PM at the Huntley home. 
RSVP to Pastor Stefanie to receive address.
National Youth Gathering - sign up and info forms are on CYF board.  Youth registration worksheet and deposit of $150 are due by November 12.  
Confirmation Students - link to website to find sermon note/worship note forms to complete on your phone:
FAITHFIVE are online!  Check the CYF page each Sunday for updates.
Sunday, November 5
8:30 AM    Classic Worship
9:40 AM    Coffee Corner
9:40 AM    Sunday School
9:40 AM    Bible Study-Romans
9:40 AM    Parent Forum
10:30 AM  Contemporary Worship
1:00 PM    New Member Class
Monday, November 6 WBL-NO SCHOOL
9:00 AM  Lyngblomsten Creative Circle
2:00 PM  Lyngblomsten Dementia Friends Training

Tuesday, November 7
8:00 AM   Men's Prayer Group
8:15 AM   Bibles & Bagels
9:00 AM   Lady of the Lakes Quilters
9:30 M     Hope Circle
12:30 PM Lady of the Lakes Quilters
4:30 PM   Yoga Devotion
6:00 PM   Lake Country Chorus (Women)
7:00 PM   Lake Country Chorus (Men)
Wednesday, November 8
9:00 AM    Quilters
10:00 AM  Joy/Peace Circle
5:00 PM    Community Night
7:00 PM    Chorale Rehearsal
Thursday, November 9
8:30 AM   TOPS
10:00 AM  Paths to Faithful Caregivers
2:00 PM   Soma Yoga
6:30 PM   Rejoice rehearsal
7:30 PM  AA/Al-Anon
Friday, November 10
Saturday, November 11
8:00 AM  Crop Camp
Sunday, November 12
8:30 AM   Classic Worship
9:40 AM   Sunday School
9:40 AM   Coffee Corner
9:40 AM   Bible Study-Romans
10:30 AM  Contemporary Worship
4:30 PM   High School Bonfire
D aily Readings
Sunday             1 Kings 19:1-18             God Speaks to Elijah
Monday            2 Kings 2:1-12               Elijah Ascends to Heaven
Tuesday            2 Kings 2:13-18          l  Elisha Succeeds Elijah
Wednesday       2 Kings 2:19-25             Elisha Performs Miracles
Thursday          2 Kings 4:1-7                 Elisha and the Widow's Oil
Friday              2 Kings 5:1-19               Elisha Heals Naaman
Saturday          2 Kings 9:30-37             Jezebel's Violent Death
All Saints Sunday

The  custom of commemorating all of the  s aints of the church  on a single day goes back to the third century.  On the Festival of All Saints, we remem ber with thanksgiving those who have lived and died in the faith.  

They are th e sign of our hope and an image of the glory we shall inherit.  Even more, they are worshipers with us this day as we sing the praises of the God who brings life out of death. All Saints Sunday celebrates the baptized people of God, living and dead,  who make up the body of Christ.

On All Saints Sunday (November 5), we will remember the faithful
who have died during the past year.
John Newland
Juanita Fish
Phyllis Larson
Paul Tradup
Sylvia Rogge
Charlotte Rimmereid
Jean Leaf
Dorothy Sorenson