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Melissa Bergholt accepting the call as Principal of Word of Life
Healthy baby boy, Noel Edward, born to Colleen and Scott Smithson

Carol Hassbaum
Clara Erickson
Kathy Goeggel
Kris Bowers
Phil Taylor
Betty Zera
Linda Ford
Eric Trickey
Tim Todd
Janice Schneider
Susan Bussen
Megan Blose
John Sailors
Sandy Adams
Sonjia Wuerffel
Phyllis Wamsley
Marcia Bello

Our Missionaries:
The Hansons
The Schultes
Stephanie Lund
Pastor John Loum

Amy Dost

Shirley Simon
Sheila Thole

Barb Smith
Becky Benz
Sondra Harrison
Irene Fischer
Bob Levin
Eleanor Reisenleiter
Virgil Steenbock
Rachel Peters

Josh Smith
Jenna Weinstein
Sarah Vandeveer
Larry Tiemann
Brianna Lindsey
Norma Baccot
Joyce McCoy
Bev Thomas
Molly Benally
Kristen Dattoli
Rick Thomas
Kurt Buckingham
Peggy Alexander
James Southard
Violet Martin
Hailey Parker

Our Shut-ins:
Carol Hassbaum
Marilyn Jennings
Norma Kramer
Art Kruger

General Concerns:
Josh Smith & family 
Timothy Call process
The Rall's visa process
Art & Margaret Young
Ninay Franchesco
The Mutkas traveling
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This Week @ Timothy
Because We are Abundantly Blessed
Vital Signs
Sunday 8 a.m.: 86
Sunday 10:45 a.m.: 154
Monday: 21
Tuesday Communion: 7
Guests: 10
Education Hour: 36
Scripture Readings this Week:
Old Testament:  Deuteronomy 5:12-15
Psalm:  Psalm 81:1-10
Gospel:  Mark 2:23-3:6
May 27- June 2, 2018
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A Note From the Vicar
Gnosticism fights against Christianity! As a society, our Christian faith has come up against many challenges, but the Lord has upheld the truth that He is risen. Through the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the work of the Holy Spirit, we have seen many come to join our family of God. We continue to pray for our brothers and sisters in Christ that are being persecuted all over the world and may God strengthen them. We in the United States might not be going through what the eastern world is going through, but we definitely have things fighting against the will of God. This week, we are going to talk about Gnosticism, which is one of the things fighting against God's will.
Have you seen the movie the "Matrix"? The Matrix was one of my favorite movies growing up in the 90s and still today many love watching this movie. However, did you know that the movie depicted Gnosticism beliefs? Well, do not worry, do not feel like now you have to hate the "Matrix" or get rid of all your movies that share this ideology. All we want to do for you is to make you knowledgeable about the beliefs, so that you can have a strong Christian response to the teachings of Gnosticism  ....continue reading 
Join us Saturday, June 23 from 9:00 to 12:00 for a workshop on Understanding Wellness.
Our presenter is Dr. John Eckrich, M.D, founder of Grace Place Wellness Ministries. Dr. Eckrich draws on both the professional and personal experience of a physician who has traveled the journey of caring for others. He offers powerful and practical guidance e from a medical, behavioral, and most important, a Christ-directed perspective to help you on the journey to wellness.

Join us for Shipwrecked VBS 2018! June 25-29 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Register and Volunteer at timothystl.org/vbs. Please take a flyer from the narthex to share. Talk to Holly or DCE Mark for more information. Thanks for being a part of this important outreach and fun fellowship!

Hit the Road with LASM! 
Are you looking for a meaningful summer (and beyond) volunteer opportunity? LASM is seeking drivers to help keep up with the growing demand for its medical transportation ministry.   LASM Transportation Ministers accompany senior adults to their medical appointments, providing a much needed service and perhaps even more importantly the gift of companionship to our older adult riders. A perfect opportunity for newly retired individuals, part-time workers, stay-at-home moms/dads and teachers on summer vacation! Contact LASM Director, Katie Weintraub at 314-647-4591 or lasmdirector@gmail.com   to learn more and request a volunteer application.

to Hayden Lucas and our Deaconess Rebekah Karolus who will be married on June 23 rd .

Congregation Offering for Convention Collected May 27 & June 3
Under the banner of "Faithful Witnesses" (Isaiah 44:8), we'll soon gather as a district in convention for the twentieth time to celebrate all that God has done among us and ask His blessing and guidance as we plan for the future. We look forward to gathering with pastors and congregation members from across the state June 10-12 at the Holiday Inn Executive Center in Columbia. 
A highlight of the Missouri District Convention will be the opening worship service with Holy Communion on Sunday, June 10. We invite all congregations to participate in the special offering that will be held in connection with this worship service. It's an opportunity to invest in the work God has called us to do and to encourage one another as "Faithful Witnesses." 
Fifty percent of the convention offering will go to support Synod's full-time, career missionaries from Missouri: 
* Rev. Jonathan and Anita Clausing, Kenya 
* Rev. Micah and Deaconess Dorothy Glenn, Ferguson, MO 
* Josh and Coco Lange, Shanghai 
* Erin Mackenzie, Dominican Republic 
* Rev. Duane and Elizabeth Meissner, Belize 
* Rev. Gary and Stephanie Schulte, Burkina Faso 
* Rev. Micah and Robin Wildauer, Togo 
The remaining fifty percent will support the Plus One Initiative. One third of congregations within our district have committed to reaching out to their communities in one new way. Funds collected will support the coaching and implementation of these new Gospel-sharing ventures. 
Today is the day we're encouraging congregations to collect an offering from members and remember the upcoming convention in prayer. If you would like to participate, you may have your pastoral or lay delegate bring your congregation's offering to the convention worship service.
Sr. Youth
Summer Servant Event - Deadline for paperwork/deposit approaching
Turn in your documents and deposit ASAP
Questions?  Talk to DCEMark

Jr. Youth
Identity Camp - Deadline approaching
Sign up today
Need a ride?  Talk to DCE Mark ASAP 

Are you a college student spending your summer in St. Louis? THIS IS FOR YOU! Meet new friends and grow in your faith even while you are on break and away from your campus ministry or small group.
Join Travis Besel in his new ministry with Crave/Reliant community outreach for the following events:
6/7: Kickoff BBQ - Food. Games. Short Devo. New Friends!
6/21: Praise and Worship
7/12: Meal and Bible Study
7/26: Praise and Worship
EACH event is at 7:00 p.m. will take place at Crave Coffee House, 3500 Caroline Street, St. Louis For more info ask your youth leader OR contact Travis @ travis.besel@cmstl.org

Jr. Youth Room Refurbished!
Our JR Youth Room (3rd Floor) has received fresh paint through the labors of our Jr. Youth, parent helpers, and our Jr. Youth Team - headed up by Amanda Myers. Thanks to all who contributed to this effort. Stop by and check out the fresh look!

Crafts, Opening, Storytime, Music
Sign Up to Help in JUNE, JULY OR AUGUST
See Clipboard in the Narthex or talk to DCEMark

Join us for Christian Day at the Ballpark 
presented by Thrivent Financial on Sunday, June 3rd at 1:15 p.m. when the Cardinals face the Pirates! This year's featured post-game speaker is fan-favorite Cardinals Hall of Famer Willie McGee - long-time outfielder, former NL MVP, and member of the 1982 World Series Champion Cardinals. Current Cardinals players and Manager Mike Matheny will also participate in the post-game program.

Christ Memorial Productions invites you to attend a Free Event Featuring Remedy Drive on Friday, June 22
beginning at 5:00 p.m. at Christ Memorial at 5252 S. Lindbergh Blvd.  This event is sure to appeal to all ages, with performances by four different groups and free refreshments.  Attend any or all of the evening's performances.  Details and registration at CMPShows.org.  The plans for the evening take us from a family centered performance by Cicoff, who will use physical theater to support his inspirational message.  Next, we will hear from the powerful vocals of Exodus, followed by contemporary Christian music of the GEN52 band.  The evening will conclude with Remedy Drive, a Dove Award nominated, indie rock and roll band with three songs that have been #1 on Christian Radio.  From Nashville, the group regularly tours the country, including performances at LCMS National Youth Gatherings. 

The Lutheran Resale Shop will be holding a garage sale 
at the bus barn across from Salem Lutheran Church, 5180 Parker Road, Blackjack, Mo.  We will have the normal garage sale items plus a lot of jewelry, furniture, electronics and several items of vintage farm tools.    The sale will be June 8th from 8 am to Noon and from 6-8 pm and June 9th.  As always, the proceeds from this sale will be going to our two charities, Lutheran Family and Children's Services and to Lutheran Senior Services for the residents Breeze Park and the former Hidden Lake Retirement Communities.  If you have any questions, you can call the Shop at 314-389-9970, Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 3 pm.

The Youth Chorale of Central Minnesota (St. Cloud, MN) will be stopping by Messiah Lutheran Church (2846 S Grand Blvd, St. Louis) on Wednesday evening, June 13 as part of their concert tour to perform for the community. The concert will be at 7:00 p.m. and is open to the public. Tickets are not required; however a free-will offering will be taken.

Save the Date  
June 10th                         Voter's Meeting
June 23rd                 Understanding Wellness Workshop
June 25-29               VBS

Timothy Lutheran Church is a congregation of the The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod established in 1925. We are a culturally diverse St. Louis City church serving as a bold witness to the saving grace of God through Jesus.  We welcome the lost, embrace unified diversity, practice authentic worship, empower servant leaders, and inspire individual outreach.

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