Church Bulletin Announcements
June 25, 2021
In every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God. Philippians 4:6
  • Dolores Appold
  • Doris Appold
  • Dorine Auernhammer
  • Gwen Bakus
  • Eleonore Begick
  • Vera Begick
  • Jon Ittner
  • Lorna Ittner
  • Bill Kramer
  • Mike & Karen Kusch
  • Gerry Lustila
  • Margaret Meyer
  • Julie Roark
  • Phyllis Rush
  • Rose Anne Schmidt
  • Roy Schwab
  • Anna Spielhaupter
  • Al Wegener
  • Tim Wegener
  • Ferdinand Zeilinger

(family & friends of)
  • Teddy Van Tol (Ron Reuther's sister)
  • Dolores Appold (hip surgery)
  • Dean Bass
  • Armond Beiser (hospice)
  • Wyatt Crouse (Dan Bourdow’s grandson)
  • Ron Easter (heart surgery)
  • Dave Foster
  • Howard Grantham (knee surgery)
  • Kathleen Kernstock
  • Richard Kunkel
  • Lustila family(caring for Jack's father)
  • Fred Morley (DJ Bourdow's uncle)
  • Jeff Schlicker (Loretta's son; cancer)
  • Schultz family (Alaska mission trip)
  • Lisa Stanley (knee surgery)
  • Frank & Carol Wozniak

This Week's Members
  • Joshua Appold
  • Vaughn & Marjorie Begick
  • Terry & Pamela Burkhard
  • Katelyn Engelhardt
  • Howard & Dorothy Helmreich
  • Nathan, Kristen, Brynlee, & Ryker Kolberg
  • Dorothy Martin
  • Morgan Pfau
  • Lisa Schmidt
  • Helen Wagner
  • Eric, Jennifer, & Jax Zielinski
Altar Flowers
Given by Elaine Blondin in memory of her husband Lee

Communion Statement
The Lord's Supper is celebrated here in the confession and glad confidence that our Lord, as He says, gives not only bread and wine, but His very body and blood to eat and drink for the forgiveness of sin. In joyful obedience to the clear teaching of our Lord Jesus those are invited to His table who trust His words, repent of all sin, and set aside any refusal to forgive and love as He forgives and loves us. They show forth His death until He comes. Because Holy Communion is a confession of the faith which is confessed at this altar, any who are not yet instructed, in doubt, or who hold a confession differing from that of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod and so are unable to receive the Sacrament are invited to meditate on God's Word in the distribution hymns and pray for the day when divisions will have ceased.


The Lutheran Hour
Sundays at 8:30 a.m. on WSAM 1400 AM
Donations mail to: Saginaw Valley Lutheran Hour; P.O. Box 133; Frankenmuth, MI 48734

Daily Bible Readings
June 27 – James 2
June 28 – James 3
June 29 – James 4
June 30 – James 5
July 1 – Psalms 62-64
July 2 – Proverbs 15
July 3 – Psalms 65-67

Food Truck Tuesdays
PTO's Food Truck Tuesdays kick off on Tuesday June 29 with 5-2-Oh and Kona Ice! Join us in the school parking lot between 4:30-7:30 p.m.
5-2-Oh's Menu:
Korean Tacos $7
2 corn tortillas filled with our Korean marinated shredded pork topped with fresh kimchi
Shrimp Tacos $8
2 corn tortillas filled with popcorn shrimp tossed in a sweet chili sauce and topped with cilantro lime slaw 
Combo $8
One Korean taco and one shrimp taco. 
Godzilla Dog $7
Bacon wrapped kogel hotdog fried and topped with our Korean pork, Kimchi and sriracha aioli
Sweet Chili Chicken Sandwich $8
Fried chicken breast, sweet chili slaw, pickles and garlic aioli 
Fries $3
Parmesan Garlic Fries $4
2 Pork Egg Rolls $5

10th Annual JME Memorial Run/Walk
Please join us for a morning of exercise, fellowship and remembrance - Our Annual JME Memorial Run/Walk will be held Saturday, September 11th, 2021. Students, ages 10 and under, can participate in the ¼ mile run at 9:00 and will receive a medal for participation. The 1 mile and 2 mile run/walk will begin at 9:15. All races will begin on Ziegler Rd (just next to the Church). Registration forms are available at the back of the church, in the school office and on the St. Paul Website. Online registration is available by clicking this link.
Registration deadline is September 1st to guarantee a race t-shirt. T-shirts are also available for purchase for $10.00 even if you are not running or walking. Please fill out a form to purchase a shirt. We would love to have you attend for a great morning of fellowship. Thank you for your continued support of this event. We hope to see you on Sept. 11th!

Gathering for Widows and Widowers
Widows and widowers are invited to a gathering in the Ministry Center on Thursday, July 22 at noon for a luncheon and socializing. Lunch will be provided for free through a Thrivent grant. After a long year of being at home, come and enjoy fellowship with one another. Feel free to invite a lonely friend! If you plan to attend, please contact Virginia Hutter (686-3262) or Bonnie List (686-6848) by Sunday, July 18, so we can have an accurate lunch count.

Softball Tournament at Trinity Monitor
If you are interested in playing in the tourney, contact Vaughn Begick at 295-0209 or Information is below:
38th Annual Trinity Monitor Softball Tournament, Pig Roast, & Chicken BBQ
WHEN: Aug. 13-15
WHERE: Trinity Monitor – 20 E Salzburg Rd. (corner of 8 mile and Salzburg roads)
WHAT: Co-ed Blooperball Tournament – to try and make things fun, keep competition even, and have everyone involved we decided to try blooperball this year.
FOOD: Friday – Full concessions, hot dogs, brats, burgers, fries, nachos, candy, ice cream; Saturday – Full concessions plus our famous grilled chicken half dinners; Sunday – Full concessions plus our famous slow roasted whole pig dinners
ENTERTAINMENT: Corn hole, horse shoes, live music, basketball court, playground, 3 ball diamonds, etc.

Summer Office Hours
The office will be open Tuesday-Friday from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Help Wanted at St. Paul
St. Paul is looking for a custodian for the school building and Ministry Center. Position could be for one of the facilities or both buildings based on the applicant's desire. If interested, please contact the office for information on the specific job description and compensation.

St. Paul 2021 Vacation Bible School: "Treasured!"
Register now for St. Paul 2021 VBS!
Since we once again couldn't reasonably predict the student demand or volunteer supply (COVID-The Gift that keeps on giving!) in March, the VBS Directors once again decided to produce daily VBS videos and Take Home Kits for families. These videos and kits will be available for use beginning Sunday, July 11.
It's looking more and more like being together is a real possibility! So we would like to offer the "Hybrid Option":
Register your Kiddos, pick up your take-home kits, and...
Everyone come to the St. Paul Ministry Center Sunday, July 11, beginning at 6:00 p.m. and each evening until Thursday, July 15. Think of it as a "Bring Your Own VBS Leader" event! Instead of doing VBS at home alone, families can come together with other families! We can sing together, have snacks... maybe even play a game or two. All you need is your kits, your kids, and a parent or other responsible adult! Stay tuned for more information!

Time to Turn in Your Wildcat Cash!
Our Scrip program's current Wildcat Cash is "expiring" on July 31, 2021. If you have received Wildcat Cash, please redeem it for Scrip gift cards this June or July. Feel free to call the office to see what gift cards are in stock.
Enroll Now for 2021-2022
We are still enrolling for next school year! Information and enrollment forms are available in the school office or online by clicking here. Please call the school office at 989.684.4450 for more information and to make arrangements to enroll your child or put your name on a preschool waitlist.

Stewardship - A Way of Life
2 Corinthians 8:3 – “For they gave according to their means, as I can testify, and beyond their means, of their own free will.” St. Paul lifts up an example of faithful Christian generosity in the Epistle lesson today. Read those words again this week and ponder them. How is the Lord calling you to increase your generosity toward His work?

July Valley Vision
Click here for the recent Valley Vision.

Open Positions at Valley Lutheran High School!
The following positions are open for application at Valley Lutheran High School effective immediately. The positions will remain available until filled. Anyone interested in these positions should submit a resume and letter of interest as soon as possible to be considered. Resumes and letters should be submitted to Dr. Julian Petzold, Executive Director via email at Any questions can be directed to Dr. Julian Petzold via email or phone (989-790-1676).
Athletic Director: A part-time Athletic Director is needed for the 2021-22 school year. This position may be a one-year assignment, but it may be a permanent position with the right candidate. The Athletic Director is responsible for serving as a Christian role model while administering all aspects of the Valley Lutheran Athletic Department ministry. The position is for 30 hours per week, and a full position description is available upon request.
Math Teacher: A part-time math teacher is needed for the 2021-22 school year. The teaching is responsible for serving as a Christian role model while teaching math courses and fulfilling specific duties expected of all teachers. The part-time teacher’s compensation will be determined by their level of experience and number of sections taught. The full position description is available upon request.
Food Service Assistant: The Food Service Supervisor is responsible for serving as a Christian role model while assisting the Food Service Supervisor in providing a nutritionally healthy and financially sound food service program. The Food Service Assistant works 30 hours per week and is eligible for a salary determined by level of experience. Benefits are provided for health care, retirement, and death and disability. The full position description is available upon request.

Trinity Time
Concordia University, Ann Arbor is holding a one-day retreat for high school students who are considering church work vocations on Monday, July 12 from 8:00am-8:00pm. This retreat will allow students to explore their calling, know the joy of working in God’s church, and help them understand the paths to church work that they can study at CUAA. Students will worship in the chapel of the Holy Trinity, talk to current students and faculty about church work, and enjoy the beauty of creation in Ann Arbor. The cost is only $5.00, and food is included. Those who register before June 15th will also receive a T-shirt. To learn more and register, please visit The last day to register is July 3.
Old Testament Reading
Lamentations 3:22–33
22The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases;
his mercies never come to an end;
23they are new every morning;
great is your faithfulness.
24“The LORD is my portion,” says my soul,
“therefore I will hope in him.”
25The LORD is good to those who wait for him,
to the soul who seeks him.
26It is good that one should wait quietly
for the salvation of the LORD.
27It is good for a man that he bear
the yoke in his youth.
28Let him sit alone in silence
when it is laid on him;
29let him put his mouth in the dust—
there may yet be hope;
30let him give his cheek to the one who strikes,
and let him be filled with insults.
31For the Lord will not
cast off forever,
32but, though he cause grief, he will have compassion
according to the abundance of his steadfast love;
33for he does not willingly afflict
or grieve the children of men.

Epistle Reading
2 Corinthians 8:1–9, 13–15
1We want you to know, brothers, about the grace of God that has been given among the churches of Macedonia, 2for in a severe test of affliction, their abundance of joy and their extreme poverty have overflowed in a wealth of generosity on their part. 3For they gave according to their means, as I can testify, and beyond their means, of their own free will, 4begging us earnestly for the favor of taking part in the relief of the saints— 5and this, not as we expected, but they gave themselves first to the Lord and then by the will of God to us. 6Accordingly, we urged Titus that as he had started, so he should complete among you this act of grace. 7But as you excel in everything—in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in all earnestness, and in our love for you—see that you excel in this act of grace also.
8I say this not as a command, but to prove by the earnestness of others that your love also is genuine. 9For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you by his poverty might become rich. . . .
13I do not mean that others should be eased and you burdened, but that as a matter of fairness 14your abundance at the present time should supply their need, so that their abundance may supply your need, that there may be fairness. 15As it is written, “Whoever gathered much had nothing left over, and whoever gathered little had no lack.”

Holy Gospel
Mark 5:21–43
21When Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, a great crowd gathered about him, and he was beside the sea. 22Then came one of the rulers of the synagogue, Jairus by name, and seeing him, he fell at his feet 23and implored him earnestly, saying, “My little daughter is at the point of death. Come and lay your hands on her, so that she may be made well and live.” 24And he went with him.
And a great crowd followed him and thronged about him. 25And there was a woman who had had a discharge of blood for twelve years, 26and who had suffered much under many physicians, and had spent all that she had, and was no better but rather grew worse. 27She had heard the reports about Jesus and came up behind him in the crowd and touched his garment. 28For she said, “If I touch even his garments, I will be made well.” 29And immediately the flow of blood dried up, and she felt in her body that she was healed of her disease. 30And Jesus, perceiving in himself that power had gone out from him, immediately turned about in the crowd and said, “Who touched my garments?” 31And his disciples said to him, “You see the crowd pressing around you, and yet you say, ‘Who touched me?’” 32And he looked around to see who had done it. 33But the woman, knowing what had happened to her, came in fear and trembling and fell down before him and told him the whole truth. 34And he said to her, “Daughter, your faith has made you well; go in peace, and be healed of your disease.”
35While he was still speaking, there came from the ruler’s house some who said, “Your daughter is dead. Why trouble the Teacher any further?” 36But overhearing what they said, Jesus said to the ruler of the synagogue, “Do not fear, only believe.” 37And he allowed no one to follow him except Peter and James and John the brother of James. 38They came to the house of the ruler of the synagogue, and Jesus saw a commotion, people weeping and wailing loudly. 39And when he had entered, he said to them, “Why are you making a commotion and weeping? The child is not dead but sleeping.” 40And they laughed at him. But he put them all outside and took the child’s father and mother and those who were with him and went in where the child was. 41Taking her by the hand he said to her, “Talitha cumi,” which means, “Little girl, I say to you, arise.” 42And immediately the girl got up and began walking (for she was twelve years of age), and they were immediately overcome with amazement. 43And he strictly charged them that no one should know this, and told them to give her something to eat.