Prints of Peace
Sunday, October 10, 2021
Sunday Worship Video
Peace Lutheran’s Sunday Service Schedule
8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. October 10 - Services of Holy Communion*
8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. October 17 - Services of Holy Communion*
8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. October 24 - Services of Holy Communion*
8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. October 31 - Reformation Sunday Services of Holy Communion*
*Note that only the 8:00 a.m. service will be live streamed and available on YouTube.
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Announcements for Sunday, October 10, 2021
Services of Holy Communion
Cares & Concerns
Faith Formation Updates
SERVICE OF HOLY COMMUNION
* Masks are required when inside the church whether you are vaccinated or not. This includes worship services, small groups, Sunday school, etc.
* During regular outdoor services masks are not required if you can maintain social distancing of 6 feet or more. When engaged with others or in close proximity with others, masks should be worn whether you are vaccinated or not. Children coming forward for the children's word, should wear a mask.
*Be mindful that everyone has different comfort levels with proximity and physical contact.
*You are welcome to respond throughout the service and sing.
VIRTUAL OPTION ON YOUTUBE
Click here to begin the livestream at 8:00 a.m. or to access the recording at a later time!
CARES & CONCERNS
We pray for one another: We pray for those who need healing, safety and God’s watchful care. This week we pray for Mike Wilms, Kim Wilkinson, Kyle, Jeff Peterson, Maria Lopez, Sara Stroud, Kathryn Roberts, Greg, Nancy, Mary Faith, Stefanie Byk, George Kohl, Jack, Dawn, and Bonnie Barrington.
Would you or someone you know like to be added to our weekly prayer list? Email your prayer request to Allison at email@example.com. Are you available to provide meals, lawn mowing or transportation to MD appointments? Reach out to Caring Tree Coordinator Judy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fire Pit/Pot Luck 10/16: Join us Saturday, October 16th from 4:30 - 6:30pm for a pot luck outdoors and around the fire pit! There is no theme so feel free to bring your favorite main courses, side dishes and desserts. Alternatively, bring a meal or snacks for your family only. Please do whichever your family finds most comfortable. Graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows for s'mores will be provided. This event is BYOB approved for beer and wine as well. Note: If the weather does not cooperate on the 16th, the rain date is October 23rd at 4:30pm. Contact email@example.com with any questions. Hope to see you all there!
Wednesday Weeders (a women’s group) meets Wednesdays -- weather permitting -- from 6-7 pm at church to remove weeds and water plants, primarily in the back lawn and labyrinth. BYO weeding tools, kneeling pad, and drink. We hope you'll stay for fellowship at the fire pit from 7-8 pm. Call Beth Piff if you have questions. Thank you for joining us!
Quilting: The quilters will be meeting on Saturday, October 23rd at 9am in the fellowship room. We will be working on a small “quilt as you go” centerpiece or wall hanging. Material list: 5 fabrics: 3 jelly strips, 1 layer cake piece, one ½ yard. Backing ¾ yard. Batting 24” x 24”. But there will be fabric available if you don’t bring any. Anyone is welcome to come. If you have any questions, contact Carol Wojnarowski.
FAITH FORMATION UPDATES
Sunday school classes: are from 9:15-20:15 every Sunday in-person or on Zoom. Thank you to Anne Blaylock and Kelly Ratajczak for taking on the preschool teaching role and to those who have volunteered to be in the classroom as an extra adult. We are starting our new curriculum this weekend and look forward to seeing all our students in class.
Confirmation will have a “retreat” at Peace on Saturday, October 23! Please contact Pastor Daniel if you are willing to help with food for the day.
Adult Forum Fall Schedule
October 10 The Nature and Practice of Spiritual Reading: Encountering God
“2. Chewing the Bread of the Word” in Marjorie Thompson’s book Soul Feast (pp. 17-22)
October 17 The Nature and Practice of Spiritual Reading: Wrestling with God
“2. Chewing the Bread of the Word” in Marjorie Thompson’s book Soul Feast (pp. 22-30)
October 24 The Nature and Practice of Spiritual Reading: Practicum
October 31 Voices of Peace Special Presentation
Stan Sanderson on Martin Luther’s Music
November 7 Practicing Stewardship: Generosity
“Money” with Shane Claiborne from animate: Practices.
November 14 Practicing Stewardship: Holistic Wellness
November 21 Practicing Stewardship: Care for Creation
November 28 NO CLASS
December 5 The Spirit of Hospitality: God’s Kingdom Feast
“Food” with Sara Miles from animate: Practices
December 12 The Spirit of Hospitality: Lovingly Welcomed by God
“9. Entertaining Angels Unawares” in Marjorie Thompson’s book Soul Feast (pp. 131-136)
December 19 The Spirit of Hospitality: Lovingly Welcoming God
“9. Entertaining Angels Unawares” in Marjorie Thompson’s book Soul Feast (pp. 136-48)
December 26 NO CLASS
Women’s Bible Study: We are continuing to read “From Widows to Warriors” by Lynn Japinga. It is a study of 40 women from the Old Testament. It has been very interesting and thought provoking. We meet on Tuesday at 9am in the church coffee room. If you have any questions, contact Carol Wojnarowski. New participants are always welcome.
High School Mission Trip 2022: We are excited to announce that we hope to be going to Milwaukee, Wisconsin from July 24-July 30 for our 2022 mission trip! If you are interested in going on this trip, please RSVP on the sign up genius link below.
Feel free to message Samantha at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Youth Group Meeting 10/3: Thank you to Jayne Handley and the teens who participated in our youth group meeting this past Sunday. We were able to write and address cards for the ten college students who will be receiving care packages from us throughout this school year. Even after writing cards, we still had plenty of time for some ping pong, highs/lows and prayer!
Community Garden Help Needed!: The Peace community garden is thriving and looks beautiful! However, our teens need some help with tending the garden: watering, weeding and harvesting (when the plants are ready). Please let Grace Trumbull know if you are interested and available to help!
Operation Warm: For several years now, Peace has been supporting Operation Warm in the Lake Zurich area which works with non-profits in the area to supply new winter coats for children in need. Due to some organizational changes, this year our efforts will be to raise funds that will be designated to help children in our community that need coats. For the month of October, we will be doing just that! If you would like to help Operation Warm in their efforts to get coats to children in need, please write a check out to Peace and designated Operation Warm in the memo section. The collection will end on Oct. 31 at which time, one check will be sent to Operation Warm with the request to have the money be used for local children.Operation Warm believes a new warm winter coat not only keeps a child warm on the outside but helps their emotional health as well. A $20 donation will provide a new coat for a precious child! Please contact Sue Koenig if you have any questions.
Can you sew??: Requests have come in from two nonprofits for some sewing projects they would like completed for the people they serve. The first is for Journey Care Hospice. They have requested clothing protectors (i.e. adult bibs). The second is Domus Pacis, a nonprofit that provides respite retreats for families facing cancer. They have requested quilted potholders that go in their welcome baskets for the families. Kits will be available mid-October for both projects. We would like to have both their requests met by the end of the year. If you can help sew and would like a packet of kits, please contact Sue Koenig and let her know which project you would like to work on and how many kits you would like and she will get them to you.. Thank you for your help!
Blood Donations: In the last few weeks, many blood collection centers have seen a sharp decrease in donations and this has led to a critically low blood supply. Please consider donating whenever you are eligible. You can make an appointment at any Vitalant or Versati Blood Donation center. Please see their websites for more information or to find a local blood drive. If you donate at a Vitalant Center, please use the group code LZ50 so Peace will get credit for your donation. Thank you for making a difference in our community!
Feed My Starving Children Event: Our next packing event will be on November 13th from 9-11 at the Libertyville packing site. We have 20 spots reserved. Anyone over the age of 5 can volunteer, however, anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Sign up to volunteer at: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040D4CACA722A4FF2-feed. Please sign up no later than October 31. Any unused spots (at that time) will be turned back in to Feed My Starving Children so others can use them.
How to Give Your Offerings
Thank you as you continue your generous contributions to the virtual offering plate we pass. If you have an offering envelope, you may mail it in or drop it off in the church office before you leave. You may contribute electronically by scanning the QR Code to the left or visiting www.peacelutheranlz.com and clicking on “make a donation”. You may also contribute electronically using your own bank website “sent-payment” feature or by downloading and using the app we recommend: https://giveplushelp.vancopayments.com/
Peace Lutheran Church
1050 S. Old Rand Road, Lake Zurich, IL 60047