** ANNOUNCEMENTS **
Community Senior Citizens Potluck: St. Paul is hosting the senior citizen lunch at the Lexington Community Center at 12:00 noon on Tuesday February 19th. All senior citizens are encouraged to attend. Please bring a dish to share and tableware
Plan to attend: Chili Dump & Dinner, Silent & Dessert Auctions next Sunday February 17th 4:30P.M. See bulletin board under Youth News for details.
The Elders have asked Youth and Family to organize a nursery during service. If you are willing to assist, please contact Jackie K, Scott K, Jackie B, Shannon L, or add your name to the nursery volunteers sheet on the bulletin board. Thanks in advance for your consideration.
C.I.D $ 329.35
Concordia Seminary $.235.25
Lutheran Bible Translators $ 235.25
Wittenberg $ 94.10
Camp CILCA $ 70.58
St. Paul Preschool $ 70.58
CALLING ALL MEN. The Woodcutters Retreat at Camp CILCA is February 15-17. Chainsaws, axes, and log splitters welcome. Rev Kirk Clayton will be teaching us to "Defend the Faith" in between woodcutting sessions. Find out more and sign up at www.cilca.org or call 217-487-7497.
Been wanting to finish that baby book or family photo album? The Women's Scrapbooking Retreat at Camp CILCA February 22-24 is the opportunity you have been looking for. Join other women from around Central Illinois for a weekend of scrapbooking, devotions, worship, and spirited conversations. Find out more at www.cilca.org or call 217-487-7497.
Wittenberg will open our doors to the public and our neighboring circuit congregations with a potluck following our Sunday service on February 24. Our ministry co-op with Christ Lutheran Church is helping to supply the tasty casseroles, side dishes and desserts. The event will also serve as an open-house so that our visitors can tour the facility and get a sense of our place in the kingdom of God. Luncheon will begin at 12:30pm after the morning services. Please provide a courtesy phone call or message to tell us that you plan to join us, 309-452-5971.
Luke 5:5 – “And Simon answered, ‘Master, we toiled all night and took nothing! But at your word I will let down the nets.’ ” Peter’s words show both exasperation and trust. He’s tired. He tried his best and failed. But he is still ready to trust the Lord’s word – and act on it. Our stewardship is also a matter of trusting the Lord’s word … and acting on it.