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INSPIRE

Redeemer Choir

When do we rehearse? Every other Thursday night at 7:15 pm. Do I have to read music to sing? No, but if you do, that’s great. How often will we sing? Two or three times a month and maybe on some holidays. How often will we rehearse? Two or three times a month for about an hour and fifteen minutes. Do I have to bring anything? No, music will be provided and you’ll get a folder to keep it in. You may want to bring a pencil for marking your copy.Will this be fun? Absolutely! We can’t wait to sing God’s praises together! Join us!


Youth Confirmation Classes

Thursday evening 5 to 6:30pm. Ann Werk is leading the class with Aaliyah Millikin assisting. This class is open to all youth in grades 6 to 8.

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Women's, Men's, 
Wednesday Noon, 
Wednesday Evening & 
Sunday Adult Study

  • Ann - (Women's Study) Monday evening 6:30pm
  • Billy - Wednesday noon
  • Pastor Werk - (Men's Study) Wednesday evening 6:30pm
  • Pastor Bob - Sunday morning

Monday Evening Women's Bible Study 

Mondays 6:30pm here at church in the Narthex.
We will be studying the Book of Esther.  This study will last for five weeks and then they will be taking a break for the summer. 
As always, all women of Redeemer are welcome to join them.  This will be a fairly short study, so if you’ve been thinking about seeing what we’re all about, this would be a good chance to do so. 
Monday, May 3 is also the first Monday of the month and we’ll be collecting our mites for LWML.             

This group will be collecting mites for LWML (Lutheran Women’s Missionary League) on the first Monday of each month.  Mite boxes are available in the office if you would like to contribute to this great organization.  See Ann Werk for more information

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Please join Pastor Bob in the Fellowship Hall as kicks-off his time with us as our interim pastor with a new study. 

Wednesday Noon Bible Study

We will read through First Corinthians. Understanding that this book was divinely inspired, but also a personal letter written by a real person to real people. We will attempt to put ourselves in the place of those members of the church in Corinth, and read this book as if it was a letter written to us. Our goal will be to find the hope that exists in this letter for us today, and in our times. We will examine what is said about human faults, and the way of truth. 
“For the word of the cross is folly to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.”  -1 Corinthians 1:18

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If you have a specific date(s) you would like to have altar flowers dedicated, please fill out the form in the bulletin and return to Karen Schroeder. Monies, please place in the offering plate. Flower envelopes are located at the Welcome Center.

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•GROW•

New Texting Service

Redeemer has made the switchover from Flocknote to Church 360º. If you have not signed up for this new messaging service you may have missed some messages from your church. 

We don’t want you to miss out on anything, so please take a moment find the invitation email and click on “Sign Me Up”. You should have received an email from automail@360members.com, with instructions about what you will need to do to be included in the new texting service. If you have not received such an email, please let us know. Your email on record may be incorrect or the message may have been lost in the spam. We’ll be happy to send out another one to you. 

If you have any questions please see, text, or call Billy @ 574-528-0227


Redeemer Review

Have you seen the Redeemer Review? It’s a weekly live stream hosted by Phil Kuhn and Billy Brinkerhuff that outlines happenings in our church. They take a look at the past and upcoming sermon, there's a LittleSteps update, announcements, and sometimes an interview. There is quite a bit of information to help you stay informed about what your church is doing. If you’ve missed it, you can catch up with previous episodes on our YouTube channel. 

 If you have suggestions for the live stream, a person that you’d like to see interviewed, or topics you’d like to see covered just let us know (churchoffice@redeemerwarsaw.org)

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POACA
(People Of A Certain Age)

This is a group that meets on the second Thursday of each month at 11:30 for lunch and fellowship at Richard’s Restaurant. Doesn’t matter what age you are.  If you have questions--please see Carol Plew. 

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 Would you consider becoming a teacher?  We are on a rotation schedule—you would teach once a month/every six weeks. 10:15 to 11 between services or 15-20 minutes during 2nd service Sermon. Curriculum is already done for you. Please see Liz Slone with questions. Thank you

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Redeemer has started a nursery ministry and need your help. I am seeking volunteers for 1st service, during Sunday school & 2nd service. Any input or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Does it sound like something you could help with? Let me know by filling out the “Sign-Up” section of the bulletin and place in the office mail box. My email address is churchoffice@redeemerwarsaw.org


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Greeters 

Would you like to be a Greeter?        We need you--Please contact Brent Beery or Sammy Curto for details. Thank you for volunteering.
Brent 574-227-0063 email: babeery@gmail.com. Sammy 419-306-2917 email:samuelcurto@gmail.com

Coffee Hour Hosts

There is a need for volunteers for coffee hour. Please see Brent Beery or Sammy Curto for details.

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Periodicaly-please check your mail box in the Fellowship Hall. If you do not have a box, please notify Liz in the office and she will make a spot for you! Thank you. 

 

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•CHANGE•

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Volunteering

There are so many opportunities, here are just a few. Redeemer Little Steps Daycare-reading to a class or helping serve lunch.  

Lincoln Elementary-lunch buddy, homework help or Boomerrang Backpack. You can volunteer everyday or once a month. The choice is yours. Interested in learning more? Stop by the office or talk with Tami Beery. Let’s be His hands and feet. He created us to love and to serve those in need.  Is He calling you to help with one of these opportunities?

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Please pray for Jamielynn as she serves the church and people in the Dominican Republic and the missionaries around the region. Let us give thanks to God that Jamielynn is serving His children in this part of the world.  

Jamielynn Tinkey serves the Lord through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) as a missionary in the Dominican Republic. In her role as a nurse, she works to support missionaries and their families serving in the Latin America and the Caribbean region as an advocate for their physical, spiritual and emotional health. She also serves the church plants in the Dominican Republic as she organizes public health education seminars, goes on visits alongside pastors and vicars and supports disability ministry activities. Jamielynn intentionally shares the Gospel through the relationships she builds in both the church and the community.

email: jamielynn.tinkey@lcmsintl.org   web: https://www.lcms.org/tinkey      facebook: m.facebook.com/JRintheDR

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Redeemer Facebook Page

Visit our Facebook page and “like” it each day to increase our web presence. Also, those with cell phones, check in each Sunday morning as you arrive at church.

facebook.com/redeemerwarsaw/

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Well Drilling Ministry

Do you have extra hand tools laying around your garage?  “Water for Good” a well drilling ministry in Africa has a need for used hand tools to  aid in the drilling of deep water wells. Please contact the church office if you can help with this need. 


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Ever wanted to learn how to play piano? Do you have a child that would benefit from this type of training? Do you know of someone that is looking for an exceptionally skilled piano teacher? Our Church Organist, Cherylyn Trier, currently has spots available for new students. This is an excellent way to learn music and develop a valuable life skill. You may contact her at 574-377-6720 for more information about these classes.

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Lutherans for Racial Justice

A newly formed group here at Redeemer. Through conversation we are seeking God's guidance in our struggles with questions that are affecting our communities. This group is the local chapter to the newly formed national Lutherans for Racial Justice group. This LCMS group is a grassroots coalition of Lutherans focused on squaring how the world works, and what God really wants from us in our relations with all of His people. 

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