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KOUNTZE MEMORIAL LUTHERAN CHURCHGOOD NEWSVolume 38, Issue 10November, 2018Here in this Place . . . I BelongFellow Members of Kountze Memorial,Bethany Lutheran, Viborg, SD; Baltic and EastNidaros Lutheran Churches, Baltic, SD; EastI am pretty sure you all know the familiarSide Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls, SD.Sunday School song:But now I am a member of KountzeMemorial Lutheran Church. And it is now HereRefrain:in this Place . . . that I Belong. Most of youI am the church! You are the church!have a similar story, with many congregationalWe are the church together!memberships in your life. But now youAll who follow Jesus, all around the world!belong here at this place at KountzeYes, we’re the church together!Memorial.Here in this Place . . .I Belong is our themeThe church is not a building;for our Stewardship Campaign for 2019. Wethe church is not a steeple;will conduct it on Sundays, November 11the church is not a resting place;and November 18 (on November 18 we willthe church is a people.also celebrate a Day of Thanksgiving). Thisyear’s campaign is three-fold: 1) we will askI certainly believe that. The church is thefor a commitment for the general ministrypeople, the people of God gathered together as fund as we do every year; 2) we will ask for aone around Word and Sacrament. We are thecommitment to Kountze Commons, Phase 2people of God.which seeks to address our indebtedness andBut we also call the building “the church”3) we will ask you to consider various waysand that building is a very important placeyou can serve in the congregation with yourin our lives. It is where we worship; wheretime and talents.we were baptized, con irmed, married andWe ask these three things of each otherwhere our funeral will take place. because it is here, in this place we callMany of us – myself included – joinedKountze Memorial Lutheran Church that eachKountze Memorial from other churches. Forof us belongs. We have the privilege and theme, I was baptized, con irmed and ordainedresponsibility to call ourselves the Our Saviour’s Evangelical Lutheran Churchin Brooklyn NY; married at St. Mary’s inPastor Olaf RoynesdalSioux Falls, SD. Served (and was a member)at Bethlehem Lutheran, rural Backus, MN;

WORSHIP with us.Worship TimesHoly Communion is offered weekly at all three weekend liturgies which useresources from Evangelical Lutheran Worship:Saturdays at 5:00 PM; Sundays at 9:00 and 11:00 AM:The 9:00 AM liturgy is broadcast on Cox Cable Channel 13 and is also livestreamed on our website ( The Sunday bulletin isalso available on our website.Nursery care is provided on Sunday mornings.A brief, spoken Eucharist is offered on Wednesdays from 12:15 - 12:45 PMin the Rotunda.Photo by Jake MadisonWorship with us on TVor via Internet LivestreamOur 9:00 AM worshipserviceis broadcastsliveli on televisioneverySunday on CoxeChannel13. You canCnowalso livestreamntheth service right fromyourcomputer on ourychurch websitewebsite. Go to www.kmlchurch.organd click onwww kmlchthe Livestreaming link on the Worship Tab. We encourageyou to worship with us via television or Internet as youare able.Creighton Campus MinistrySunday Evening Worship - 7:00 PM at Halley ChapelTaize at Creighton 2018 - 2019It can be dif icult to set aside time to be quiet andpresent to the Lord with our busy schedules. We inviteyou to spend 30-40 minutes in meditative prayer, in whichChristians of many denominations come together to pray.Everyone in the Creighton community and greater Omahacommunity is welcome, once per quarter!November 88:15 PM in St. John’sFebruary 218:15 PM in St. John’sMarch 288:15 PM in St. John’sAltar Flowers and Eternal CandleAltar Flowers are provided by Janousek Florist and cost 20 a bouquet. The Eternal Candle is 7.50.You can help us beautify the altar at Kountze bydonating altar lowers or the eternal candle. Donating altarlowers is a simple and meaningful way to honor a lovedone who has passed away, celebrate a special anniversaryor milestone, or can be given in thanksgiving for friends orfamily. Their names will appear in the church bulletin onthe weekend you select.The Altar Flower and Eternal Candle sign-up is locatedin the Narthex, just before you enter the Sanctuary.In this issue. 2Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church Good NewsHere in this Place. I BelongInter-Faith ThanksgivingServiceMen’s LuncheonSaint John’s BibleSunday School UpdateThanksgiving Potluck DinnerThanksgiving Dinner with St.Peter’sWorship Leader TrainingYesterday’s YouthNovember, 2018

GROW with us.Inter-Faith Thanksgiving Day ServiceFirst Communion RecipientsOn Reformation Sunday, our ofour members received their FirstCommunion after instruction with Pr.Hall: Britt Bailey, Jack Bailey, WilliamKlinker, and Barrett Milks. The nextclass will be held in April. Please seefuture editions of the Good News or callallthe church of ice for more details.Sunday, November 18, 5:00 PMFor the last several years, Jews, Christians, and Muslimshave gathered for an inter-faith service of Thanksgiving inour city. This year, Kountze Memorial will host the annualcity-wide event.This year’s theme will focus on our common texts fromour history of the United States, with each faith re lectingon the texts from their tradition and resources.Adult ForumHeritage Series in November: The Good LifeWednesdays in November, 6:00 PM(November 7, 14, and 28 -- skipping November 21)Nebraskans claimto live the “good life.”Let’s explore more ofwhat constitutes a goodlife from one Christianperspective. Pr. Hallwill lead a discussion ofHerbert McCabe’sMcCabe’s, The Good Life:Li Ethics and the Pursuitof Happiness. All are welcome.The book is available for purchase through Amazon orAbeBooks. Copies of chapters will be available (startingthe last week of October) for those who request them.Please register at the church of ice so that we haveenough copies. There are six chapters in the book, so afterdiscussing the irst three chapters (“The Study of Ethics,”“The Good Life,” and “Politics and Virtue”) we will pausefor Advent dinners and Vespers and then resume the inalthree chapters in the new year.Baptism SeminarSunday, January 27, 12:15 PM(immediately following 11:00 AM service)Meet with Pr. Hall inthe Nave immediatelyafter the liturgy, and thenhe will walk through thebaptism liturgy with you.To register, call the churchof ice at 402-341-7761.The next class isscheduled for March 10.November, 2018Nov 4:Experience of the Church in Africa: JonnaHolland and Carol StoltenbergNov 11: Stewardship Kick-OffNov 18: Stewardship Kick-Off, Pt. 2Nov 25: No ForumDec 2:Advent FairEucharistic Minister TrainingSunday, December 2, 12:15 PMPlease consider becoming a Eucharistic Minister.The Sacrament of Holy Communion is one of God’s giftsto us, His people. Through the Sacrament, we are forgiven,strengthened, and assured of our Lord’s presence nowand forever. Because of sickness or other circumstances,if members are unable to participate in the celebrationof Holy Communion during regular liturgies, trainedvolunteers of Kountze Memorial are equipped to visitthem in their home and share the Body and Blood ofChrist once a month.Eucharistic Ministers serve as representatives ofKountze Memorial and are a vital connection between theliturgy and our home-bound members. Please join us fora brief training seminar on how you can be part of thisvery rewarding ministry. Please call the Church of ice toregister or email jim@kmlchurch.orgNew Member ClassJanuary 13 & 20 (please plan to attend both sessions)12:15 - 2:00 PMIf you are interested in inding out more about KountzeMemorial or would like to join our congregation, pleaseconsider attending this New Member class. Lunch will beserved and childcare is provided.Please call the church of ice to register and let us knowif you will need childcare.Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church Good News3

SERVE with us.Congratulations Barb Carlsen on being chosenMillard’s October Employee of the Month! Her studentssaid “We love ‘singing’ your praises!”Worship Leader Training: A Training forWorship Leaders(esp. Communion Assistants and Lectors)Sunday, November 11, 12:15 PMThis training will focus on newvolunteers. The liturgy of theChurch belongs to all the baptized.While pastors are called to leadworship, preach, and administerthe sacraments, the laity are called and encouraged totake part in all aspects of worship, whether that is beforeand after worship (as led by the Altar Guild) or during theliturgy as Communion Assistants and Lectors.If you have any questions, please contact Pr. Hall. Toregister for the training, please call the church of ice.Holiday Meal BagsOur Food Pantry holiday meal bags will bedistributed in December; 300 in total.This year’s holiday food items include: fully cooked ham (3 lb) corn (15 oz) green beans (15 oz) pineapple tidbits/chunks (20 oz) fruit cocktail/mixed fruit (14 oz) cranberries jellied/whole (14 oz) stuf ing (13 oz) mashed potatoes (13 oz) cream mushroom/cream chicken (10 oz) quart shelf sustainable milk.These items will be placed in a reusable tote with aChristmas card and a prayer square. The approximatecost of the 2018 holiday meal bag is 23.20 (the 2017holiday meal bag cost 22.31); just a small increase.The food items have been changed from previous yearsto help maintain the cost yet provide additional foodcontinued on page 74Thanksgiving Dinner with St. Peter’sThanksgiving Day, November 22, 11:00 AM to 1:30 PMCo-sponsored with and held atSt. Peter’s Catholic parish (709 S 28th Street)Preparations are under way forour annual Thanksgiving luncheonVolunteers are needed toa) set up the night before;b) donate pies/desserts; andc) serve food, greet, and/or clean tables during themeal.This event brings so many people in our communitytogether in a spirit of Christian love and fellowship. Pleasejoin us, either to volunteer or as a guest; all are welcome.Please contact Pr. Hall or the church of ice to volunteer.Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church Good NewsNovember, 2018

CHILDREN, YOUTH & FAMILYFAMILY.Look What’s Coming Up!Important Dates for theUpcoming School YearDec 2Dec 16Advent FairChristmas ProgramFriday, November 166:00 PMJoin us for fellowship and deliciousfood at 6:00. Bring a side to share!Please RSVP by calling the churchof ice at 402-341-7761. We lookforward to seeing you there!A Book of My OwnJoyful Sounds Children’s ChoirSundays, 9—9:30 AMIn the Joyful Sounds StudioThank you to all those that donatedbooks to the Children’s Book Drive!Our goal of illing three tubs wassurpassed by two extra tubs. Thebooks will be distributed through theJunior League of Omaha through their“A Book in Every Hand” initiative.Who: Children K— 5th gradewho want to praise our Lord by singing!!Thank you to all those whovolunteer for our SundaySchool program. The childrenappreciate your time and energy put into teaching theword of Christ each week. Your talents bring enthusiasm tothe Christian Education program that extends beyond thechurch walls. Thank you!Questions? Contact Donna MoessnerDirector of Children’s MusicDonna@kmlchurch.org402-341-7761CJH Early Bird Savings!Advent FairDon’t forget,the Advent Fair isDecember 2, between10:00 AM and 12:00PM.Find Christmascrafts and a chili lunchin the Fellowship Hall.November, 2018Register ffor CJH Camp bbeforefJanuary 31, 2019 anddget 50 off a full-week session and a drawstring bag! Youcan register online at Memorial Lutheran Church Good News5

NEWS & Notes.September 18, 2018The meeting was called to order at6:00 PM.The agenda for the meeting wasaccepted.Minutes of the August meetingwere reviewed and accepted.Treasurer Rick Kolkman presentedthe inancial report.A motion was made, seconded,and unanimously approved to movegeneral checking account to DundeeBank, our smaller money marketaccount to Dundee Bank, and ourlarger money market account to FirstNational Bank Omaha.Endowment and KETV, LLCinancials were presented.A motion was made, seconded, andunanimously approved to accept theTreasurer’s Report.With our inancial secretarystepping down, we are seeking areplacement.Staff reports were reviewed andaccepted.This will be Pr. Moessner’s inalcouncil meeting as he has accepteda call to an interim position atImmanuel Lutheran in Bellevue.The interfaith Thanksgiving serviceis being planned.The idea of moving the annualpicnic to the Kountze Commonsgreen space has gained traction incommittee.Investigations of the ceiling trussescontinue. We are possibly looking at 25,000 to 30,000 in repair costs toshore up a rotted beam. Loan for workhas been approved.There were nine new members inthe irst session of the September newmember class.Stewardship theme this year is“Here in This Place: Celebrating OurPast, Inspired for the Future.” Thisyear’s stewardship season will kick-offNovember 11.Acceptance of catechumens onSunday was well-received.We are working with Pr. Moessnerto identify high school and juniorhigh students who could be helpfulwith outreach. We want to know whatexcites this demographic and how wecan best involve them in talking abouttheir faith experiences and journeys.The deFreese Manor Board needstwo more Council members to roundout its membership. Mike Jensen andRick Kolkman have agreed to join.An appeal has been made for moreCouncil members to take part inserving at worship.There being no further business tocome before the Council, the Councilunanimously voted to adjourn at 7:47PM with the Lord’s Prayer.The next regular KMLC Councilmeeting is October 16, 2018, at 6PM. An executive committee sessionwill take place at 10:30 AM, Sunday,October 14.CandlelightCarol SingCome and celebrate the birth of Jesuswith singing and worshipful reϔlectionKMLC Young Professionals GroupPost college to the young at heart!Friday, November 16Join us the 3rd Friday of the month. Please contact oneof the members below to ind out details of this month’smeeting time and location.Ashley SumAshleySumRealtor@gmail.com402-880-7629orMelissa MusickMusick.melissa@gmail.com913-209-44856Kountze MemorialLutheran Church2650 Farnam StreetOmaha, NE402-341-7761Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church Good NewsSaturday, Dec.15, 20184:40 PM Prelude5:00 PM ServiceNursery care providedDessert receptionfollowing serϔiceNovember, 2018

Blessing an Advent Wreath and Christmas TreeIn the German and Scandinavian traditions of Christianity, the Advent Wreath and Christmas Tree became importantsymbols of the Advent and christmas Seasons. These symbols can also be important opportunities for families to praytogether; to discuss the Christian message of the season, as well as to share family stories. Blessings and prayers (i.e.,devituibs) around the Advent Wreath and Christmas Tree are common and available from many Lutheran resources.Here are two:Blessing the Advent WreathThe blessing of an Advent Wreathtakes placeon the FirstSunday ofAdvent or onnthe eveningbefore theFirst Sundayyof Advent.All may makeke the sign of the cross as aparent/ leader says:L Our help is in the name of theLord.Response (R) Who made heaven andearth.Then the Scripture, Isaiah 9: (lines1-2 and 5-6) or Isaiah 63 (lines 16-17& 19) or Isaiah 64 (lines 2-7) is read.These readings may be done by thechildren.REMEMBER TOFALL BACKWARDSDaylight Savings Timeends at 2:00 AM onSunday, November 4Pastoral Acts(September 16 – October 15)Weddings:Alejandro Arze/Jessica HollandSeptember 22, 2018Alex Hardy/Karen SassSeptember 29, 2018Brad Capellupo/Tara StraussOctober 6, 2018November, 2018L The Word of the Lord.R Thanks be to God.With hands joined, a parent/leadersays:L Let us pray: Lord our God,we praise you for your Son,Jesus Christ: he is Emmanuel,the hope of the peoples, he isthe wisdom that teaches andguides us, he is the Savior ofevery nation. Lord God, let yourblessing come upon us as welight the candles of this wreath.May the wreath and its lightbe a sign of Christ’s promise tobring us salvation. May he comequickly and not delay. We askthis through Christ our Lord.R Amen.Blessing of a Christmas Tree(Whether done on Christmas Eve orwhen the tree is put up earlier).With the familygathered, all may makea sign of the cross. Aparen leader says:L Let us pray: OGod,who madethis holy night[or, if don beforeChristmas Eve:this holy seasonshine with thebrightness ofnew light. Blessthis tree which weadorn with lightsto honor him whocomes to enlightenus. Let us see in this tree yourbeautiful simplicity and humblestrength. Let this tree remind usof our responsibility for the careof your good earth. We ask thisthrough Christ our Lord.R Amen.Holiday Meal Bags continued from page 4items. This project is accomplished by the generous support of KountzeMemorial and Saint Michael Lutheran members and friends.You are invited to make a inancial contribution for this annual holidaygive away. Your gift can be given through the offering, please designate forthe holiday meal bags or through the on-line giving page ( you for your continued inancial contributions, gifts of food,personal care, garden vegetables and orchard fruits. Recently, the pantryreceived a grant to help provide fresh and frozen meats to the pantry guests.It has been bene icial to have refrigeration and freezer space especially forthe frozen meats.Volunteers are always needed. The Monday shifts are 9:00-11:00 AM and11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. The volunteer sign-up book is on the back counter inthe A & B Rooms.Should you have any questions or want to discuss ways to support thepantry, please contact Joyce “JP” Palmer, director of the Food Pantry. Hercontact info: Wk Ph 402-341-7761 x 303 or Memorial Lutheran Church Good News7

NEW MEMBERS RECEIVEDSeptember 30, 2018BakerMcKeemanHovey-ChapmanRanneyNakoma, Olivia, & Bentley8165 S. 93rd StLa Vista, NE 68128Cell: 402-301-0087nakomabaker29@gmail.comLinda1618 Military AveOmaha, NE 68111Home: 531-389-2829mathislphc41@gmail.comWilliam & Lynn17220 Meridith AveOmaha, NE 68116Cell: (402) 657-0103bmckeeman1@yahoo.comRobert & Patricia6440 Cedar Plz Apt 112Omaha, NE 68106Home: 402-551-6903KellyDebra505 S 16th St. Apt 904Omaha, NE 68102Cell: 402-981-0906debrarkelly@gmail.com8Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church Good NewsNovember, 2018

If You are Hospitalized.If you or someone you know is ill,hospitalized, or would like a pastoralvisit, please be sure to let the churchof ice know, at 402-341-7761 ore-mail info@kmlchurch. org. Thepastors, eucharistic ministers, oraltar guild ( lower deliveries) wouldbe more than happy to call on you atany time. Thank you.Help Deliver Altar Flowersto the Sick & HomeboundAfter the 11:00AM service onSundays, donatedaltar lowerbouquets are takento hospitalizedmembers, nursinghomes or carecenters. This is a great way tobrighten someone’s day and to growfriendships! Typically, the timecommitment is only three Sundays ayear.Contact the church of ice at 402341-7761 or via email at if you are interestedin volunteering.Blood Pressure ChecksSaturday, November 34:30-5:00 PMBride’s Room near SanctuarySunday, November 1810:00-11:00 AMFellowship LoungeTrained volunteersprovide blood pressurechecks free of charge onthe 1st Saturday and 3rdSunday of each month.November, 2018Yesterday’s YouthTuesday, November 6, 12:00 PM 4.00 for LunchAll ages are welcome!We will be relaxing and watching a Rick Steves video. Youwon’t want to miss out on the delicious lunch being servedat noon! We are having one of our most popular dishes! HotChicken Salad casserole. It is de initely a Lutheran favorite!! Also on the menu,is tasty Pumpkin Pie, and homemade, mulled hot apple cider. Just what weneed to warm our bodies and souls.Please RSVP to the church of ice by Friday, November 2. Any questions,please call Sheri Tipton (402-415-6033). As always, everyone of all ages, arewelcome to attend. Looking forward to seeing you there!Kountze Women of the ELCA (W-ELCA) Omaha Lutheran Women will meet a Kountze for a luncheon on November13 at noon. The program will be on Aprons. To make reservations pleasecall Carol Woodworth 402-339-2056. The next Board meeting will be on November 8. We will discuss what wewant to sponsor for our special offerings. We will also decide what theneeds are for the Christmas Tea on December 1. All ladies of Kountze andfriends are invited.Women’s Christmas TeaSaturday, December 1, 12:00 PMAll women are invited. Come for festive food andfellowship! The entertainment will be Paul Siebert. He has avariety of instruments that he plays and also sings. We hopeyou will join us!Book GroupSunday, November 11, Noon“A Spool of Blue Thread” by Ann TylerThis book is a throwback to meaty family drama. It’sthe story of a many generational family to whom powerfulconfrontation, profound and tragic events happen. TheWhitshank family lives in Baltimore, MD. The parents areAbby and Red in their seventies, they have four children,two daughters Amanda & Jeannie, one biological son,Denny and an adopted son, Stem. Stem thinks because ofaging parents with health problems that he should movein with them to help so Denny thinks he should also movein. Making for con licts to come. Join us on November 11 atnoon for a lively discussion of this book.KMLC Men’s LuncheonThursday, November 15, 11:30 AM (Please RSVP by November 14)At Kountze Memorial – Cost 10Enjoy conversation and a meal on the third Thursday of each month. Wehave presentations on a variety of topics inviting us to consider how faithconnects with the wider community and all of creation.Watch the bulletin for more information on our November speaker.Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church Good News9

Calendar.November 1 Thursday9:30 AM Celebrate Creativity4:00 PM Healing Gift Free ClinicNovember 4 Friday9:30 AM Celebrate CreativityNovember 3 SaturdayHomebound Communion4:30 PM Blood Pressure Checks5:00 PM WorshipNovember 4 SundayAll Saints SundayHomebound CommunionDaylight Savings--fall back 1 hour7:45 AM & 10:00 AM Adult Choir8:00 AM - 11:00 AM Breakfast9:00 AM & 11:00 AM Worship9:00 AM Nursery (0-2 yrs)9:00 AM Joyful Sounds Children’sChoir (gr K-5)10:10 AM Adult Forum10:10 AM Youth Forum (gr 9-12)10:10 AM Sunday School (2yr-8th gr)12:00 PM Grief Seminar7:00 PM LCM Worship @ CU (HalleyChapel)November 5 Monday10:00 AM PantryNovember 6 Tuesday9:00 AM Staff Meeting12:00 PM Yesterday’s Youth6:30 PM Stewardship CommitteeNovember 7 Wednesday12:15 PM Worship6:00 PM Con irmation Dinner6:30 PM Con irmation7:00 PM Adult Choir Rehearsal7:30 PM Worship-All are welcomeNovember 8 Thursday9:30 AM WELCA Board Meeting11:30 AM Property Committee4:00 PM Healing Gift Free Clinic6:00 PM Worship & MusicNovember 10 Saturday5:00 PM WorshipNovember 11 SundayVeterans Day7:45 AM & 10:00 AM Adult Choir8:00 AM - 11:00 AM Breakfast9:00 AM & 11:00 AM Worship9:00 AM Nursery (0-2 yrs)9:00 AM Joyful Sounds Children’sChoir (gr K-5)10:10 AM Adult Forum10:10 AM Youth Forum (gr 9-12)10:10 AM Sunday School (2yr-8th gr)10:10 AM deFreese Manor Board12:00 PM Book Group12:15 PM Worship Assistant Training(Com. Assist/Lector)7:00 PM LCM Worship @ CU (HalleyChapel)November 12 Monday10:00 AM Pantry6:00 PM Christian EducationCommitteeNovember 13 Tuesday9:00 AM Staff Meeting6:30 PM Stewardship CommitteeNovember 14 Wednesday9:00 AM Sewing Group12:15 PM Worship6:00 PM Con irmation Dinner6:30 PM Con irmation7:30 PM Worship-All are welcomeNovember 15 ThursdayGood News DeadlineCouncil Reports Due11:30 AM Men’s Luncheon1:30 PM Circle 44:00 PM Healing Gift Free Clinic7:00 PM Circle 5November 16 FridayNov 16 - Nov 18 LYON AssemblyYoung Professionals6:00 PM Thanksgiving PotluckDinnerNovember 17 Saturday9:30 AM Women’s Prayer Group5:00 PM WorshipNovember 18 Sunday7:45 AM & 10:00 AM Adult Choir8:00 AM - 11:00 AM Breakfast9:00 AM & 11:00 AM Worship9:00 AM Nursery (0-2 yrs)9:00 AM Joyful Sounds Children’sChoir (gr K-5)10:00 AM Blood Pressure Checks10:10 AM Adult Forum10:10 AM Youth Forum (gr 9-12)10:10 AM Sunday School (2yr-8th gr)10:30 AM Executive Committee5:00 PM Interfaith ThanksgivingService & Reception7:00 PM LCM Worship @ CU (HalleyChapel)November 19 Monday10:00 AM PantryNovember 20 Tuesday9:00 AM Staff Meeting1:00 PM Prayer Shawl Group6:00 PM Congregational Council6:30 PM Stewardship CommitteeNovember 21 Wednesday12:15 PM WorshipNovember 22 ThursdayThanksgivingOFFICE CLOSED11:30 AM - 1:00 PM ThanksgivingMeal @ St. Peter’sNovember 23 FridayOFFICE CLOSEDNovember 24 Saturday5:00 PM WorshipNovember 25 SundayChrist the King7:45 AM & 10:00 AM Adult Choir8:00 AM - 11:00 AM Breakfast9:00 AM & 11:00 AM Worship9:00 AM Nursery (0-2 yrs)9:00 AM Joyful Sounds Children’sChoir (gr K-5)10:10 AM Adult Forum10:10 AM Youth Forum (gr 9-12)10:10 AM Sunday School (2yr-8th gr)12:00 PM Stephen Ministrycontinued on page 1110Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church Good NewsNovember, 2018

1.Myrtle Hinrichs, A. Wallace Jones,Cameron McCarthy, Sherry Nickel,Daniel Reeves, Cody Schramm2.Penny Matuszeski, Marilyn McEwan,Richard Nelson III3.Danna Grinnell, Dillon Klein, AnthonyRobinson, Robert Siffring, Anne Ozar4.Patricia Elson, Robert Whitehead5.Lora Sarich6.Kimberly Grassmeyer, MelissaOsentowski, Sarah White16.Christopher Fischer, Robin Ferguson, Kristine Zellmer17.William Kee18.Kristen Freier, Dwight Kurbis, Judith Ryan, ColeSchramm19.Vanessa Bang, Antonio Costanzo, Linda Peltz, LynnSchneiderman, Jeanette Sikora20.Gary Ashcraft, Kenneth Johnson21.Jamie Catron, Justin Diggins, Paul Gittler, Bryon Line,Matt Minturn22.Joan Kassay-Farkas, Derek Reichert, Sarah Reida,Carol Stoltenberg23.June Anderson, Kyle Johnson, Kent Rasmussen,Roberta Worm7.Corey Wagg, Tiffany Zaporowski8.Carol Herzog, Randy Rolfe, Angela Svacina9.Tyler Anderson, Gerald Clanton, Leslie Hartmann,Shirley Dietrich, Pamela Duf ield, Paul Nippert, BethPechacek, Carolyn Wheeler24.Benjamin Brinkman, Tristan Johnson, Lloyd Peters,Kyra Peterson, Douglas Reed25.Linda Filbrandt, Benjamin Svacina10.Michael Dodge, Robin Jones, Paulette Luetje, KatrinaVenn, Tyler Willson26.Evelyn Fialho, Jeremy Lange, Kara Radwan11.Janette Catron, Hazel Hanson, Timothy Snyder, DeanVan Caster27.Adam Arispe, Sean McLeod, Duane Retzlaff, AnnetteWorley12.Deanna Lundin, Jameson McShane, Christina Raber,Ethan Ray, Jeanne Schramm28.Walter Nash, Donna Reinig29.Albert Grage, Benjamin Hinrichs13.Kristine Olson30.14.Sharon Anderson, Sydney Dietrich, JoDee Klinker,Rebecca Kratky, Christopher VawterBeverly Bannick, Carl Englert, Stefanie Ervin, KatieHarshbarger, Joshua Kellems, John Mertz, DebbieRobinson15.Blake Gittler, Cathy Milegercontinued from page 107:00 PM LCM Worship @ CU(Halley Chapel)November 26 Monday10:00 AM PantryNovember 27 Tuesday9:00 AM Staff Meeting6:30 PM Stewardship Committee7:00 PM Circle 3November 28 Wednesday12:15 PM Worship6:00 PM Con irmation Dinner6:30 PM Con irmation7:30 PM Worship-All are welcomeNovember 29 Thursday4:00 PM Healing Gift Free ClinicNovember 30 FridayWELCA Christmas Party Set-upNovember, 2018Grief SeminarSunday, November 4, 2018, 12:00 – 2:00 PMGrief is dif icult and especially during the holidays. Ifyou have lost a relative or close friend, this would be anopportunity to share that grief with others and to sharehow we can move through that grief.A light lunch will be served. Please call the churchof ice at 402-341-7761 to make a reservation.In the City for Good UpdateLoan Balance, 10/1/18Principal Payment 10/1/18Interest (10/1/18) ( 13,510.51)Extra Principal Payment, 10/24/18 4,135,763.82 15,482.49Balance, 10/31/18 3,670,281.33Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church Good News 450,000.0011

Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church2650 Farnam StOmaha, NE 68131-3616Non-Pro itOrganizationU.S. PostagePAIDOmaha NE 68131Permit 238Phone: (402) 341-7761Fax: (402) 341-4841E-mail: info@kmlchurch.orgWeb: www.kmlchurch.orgOlaf Roynesdal, Senior PastorH. Ashley Hall, Associate PastorInba Inbarasu, Visitation PastorRETURN SERVICE REQUESTEDWorship Schedule:Saturday at 5:00 PMSunday at 9:00 and 11:00 AMWednesday at 12:15 PMThe 9 AM Sunday service istelevised live on Cox Cable Ch. 13and live streamed on our website.Your gifts designatedfor “Hurricaneresponse” will be usedentirely (100 percent)for direct response untilit is complete. Together,we can help provideimmediate and longlasting support for thosewhose lives have beenimpacted by hurricanes.You can give throughKountze (put "Hurricaneresponse" in the memoline) or make your checkout to Lutheran DisasterResponse and send to:Evangelical LutheranChurch in America,ELCA Gift ProcessingCenter P.O. Box 1809,Merri ield, VA 221168009 Write “Hurricaneresponse” or “Whereneeded most” on yourcheck’s memo line.

Nov 11, 2018 · Sioux Falls, SD. Served (and was a member) at Bethlehem Lutheran, rural Backus, MN; Bethany Lutheran, Viborg, SD; Baltic and East Nidaros Lutheran Churches, Baltic, SD; East Side Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls, SD. But now I am a member of Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church. And it

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Compare Three-Digit Number Vocabulary Partner B Write ., ,, or 5 to compare the numbers. When I numbers, I always start with the place value. The greatest place value in 367 and 376 is the place. Both numbers have a 3 in the hundreds place. So I look at the tens place. The number 367 has in the tens place. The number 376 has in the tens place.

First place: Neal Huffman Second place: Blayne Chastain Third place: Chris Lee Fourth place: Richard Burnosky Fifth place: Jim Monaco Sixth place: Tom Siler Seventh place: Adam Quennoz Eight place: Randall Everly Senior Flyer: Dominick Lewis The team award went to Team One consisting of Jeff Carr, Jim Monaco, Blayne Chastain, and Neil Huffman.