St. Stephen’s Evangelical Lutheran Church and School | Beaver Dam, WI | 920.885.3309

Worship Service Schedule

Sunday: 7:30 a.m. • 9:00 a.m. • 10:30 a.m.

Thursday: 6:30 p.m.

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I know that my redeemer lives, and that in the end he will stand on the earth. Job 19:25

St. Stephen’s Weekly News: Week of June 16, 2019

Categories: News

Welcome Visitors If you are visiting today, we welcome you in our Risen and Living Savior, Jesus!

  • Please let us know you worshiped with us by signing our guest book in the entryway or a Care Card in your pew and drop it in the offering basket.
  • If visiting, please don’t feel obligated to give an offering. St. Stephen’s members express thankfulness to God through their voluntary offerings which then support the congregation’s work.
  • Introduce yourself to a Pastor, and worship with us again!

Wedding Jason and Hallie (Martens) Beal were united in marriage
June 8, 2019.

Radio Service: 9:30am on AM 1430 WBEV
Sunday, June 16, 2019
Sermon: The Triune God at Work
Hymns: 239, 233, 236, 251

Sunday, June 23, 2019
Sermon: How do I Look?
Hymns: 1, 231, 383, 380

Summer Schedule  Bible study will be held between services from 8:45-9:15am. Summer church office hours have also started.  Summer hours are Monday-Thursday, 7:30a-12, 12:30 to 4pm, Fridays 7:30-1pm.

Bible Studies

  • Women’s Bible Study Group meets on Wednesday nights at 6pm. Copies of the study are available in the church entry and at study time.
  • Sunday Bible Study meets on Sunday mornings from 8:45-9:15am. This week we will take a break from our study of the psalms to learn about Pastor and Mrs. Dorn’s Calls to Good Shepherd’s in West Allis. Next week we will study Psalm 2.

Summer Bible Class Schedule

June 16th              Call Discussion        

June 23                            Psalm 2        

June 30                          Psalm 23        

July 7th     Unified Budget Discussion           

July 14th                         Psalm 46

July 21st             Friends of China

July 28th                         Psalm 51

August 4th                    Psalm 103

August 11th                  Psalm 110

August 18th                  Psalm 139

Vacationing this Summer?  Don’t take a vacation from worship!

When on vacation, try worshiping with one our sister WELS congregations where you are.  Before you leave town, stop in at the church office to check out the WELS Directory to find churches and worship times.  Or, use the “church locator” at www.wels.net.
If you are vacationing nowhere near civilization, and no sister churches are near, a hymnal and Bible or devotion book are all you need to have family worship wherever you are (and not just on Sunday!).

St. John’s Lutheran School in Watertown is seeking to fill an immediate part-time position (10-15 hours per week) for a childcare and gym custodian. Work hours are generally from 5:30pm to 7:30pm Monday through Friday. In addition to cleaning the childcare facility, requirements also include cleaning the school gymnasium after sporting events, which occur over the weekend on occasion. For more information or to apply for the position, please contact the school office at (920) 261-3756 or email [email protected].

Good Shepherd Preschool Job Opportunity Good Shepherd is looking to hire part-time help in the extended care program for the
2019-2020 school year.  The position would begin in September and the hours would be 8am til 12:30pm, Monday through Friday.  Prior experience a plus.  If interested, please call Good Shepherd office at
920-885-6482 or Pastor Vanderhoof @ [email protected].

Twice Is Nice in Jefferson will accept donations of clothing, household items, toys, books, dishes, etc. All these donations help to benefit Lakeside Lutheran High School. You may bring these items to the church office. Volunteers take them to the store. If you would like to shop or volunteer at Twice Is Nice the address is 907 W. Racine St., Jefferson, WI. They are open 9:00am– 5:00pm Monday through Saturday. (920)674-6868.

Bible Information Class  Do you know of someone who has questions about the Bible? Are you a guest today who wants to learn more about our ministry at St. Stephen’s? Are you a member who wants a review of the basic teachings of the Bible? It’s still not too late to start! We meet at either 11:00am, or 6:30pm, in the church basement. If these times do not work, we will also be flexible to fit your schedule. Feel free to talk to one of the pastors for more details!

School News

St. Stephen’s Lutheran High Honors 4th Quarter (97%-100% Overall)

8th Grade:  Amelia Storhoff, Kylie Wittnebel, David Taylor-Evert

6th Grade:  William Hemling, Jennifer Bennett, Max Luedtke, Lillianne Fister

5th Grade: Easton Keil, Scarlet Fister, Anna Taylor

St. Stephen’s Lutheran Honors  4th Quarter (93%-96.9% overall)

8th Grade: Cody Bartz, Nathan Henning, Micah Vanderhoof,
Alyssa Wellnitz, Ayden Yerges

7th Grade:  Megan Czarnik, Colin Fister, Natalia Stephenson, Henry Vick, Alex Wittnebel,

6th Grade:  Isabel Lehner, Kathryn Schulz

5th Grade:  Leah Dorn, Gavin O’Brion, Grace Vanderhoof

St. Stephen’s Lutheran  Commendable List  4th Quarter (90%-92.9%)

8th Grade:  Jayden Larson, Kaleb Schmuhl, Molly Zellmer

7th Grade:  Olivia Gubine, Lauryn Schubert, Gavin Wittnebel

6th Grade:  Mason Grow, Broc Mullenbach, Ruth Dorn

5th Grade:  Landen Grow, Mason Wittnebel

Seth Dorn
[email protected]
631-7028
Philip Heyer
[email protected]
887-1117
Paul Stratman
[email protected]
885-6960

Sunday, June 16Ushers E

7:30 & 9:30am – Worship

8:45am – Bible Study

9:30am – Radio Service, WBEV 1430

Monday, June 17

6:00pm – Church Council

Wednesday, June 19

7:00am – Teens Six Flags Trip

1:45pm – Hillside Manor Service

6:00pm – Bible Study 4 Women

Thursday, June 20

6:30pm – Worship

Friday, June 21

1:30pm – Prayer Service

Sunday, June 16Ushers E

7:30 & 9:30am – Worship

8:45am – Bible Study

9:30am – Radio Service, WBEV 1430

Dear Members of St. Stephen’s,

Thank you for the fellowship reception given in honor of our 40 years in the teaching ministry. It is by God’s grace that we have had the privilege of teaching God’s little lambs. In humble gratitude, thank you for all the heartfelt prayers offered for us and kind thoughts, generous gifts, and cards shared with us.

Philippians 1:3 expresses our thoughts, “I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, … pray with joy because of your partnership in the Gospel from the first day until now, … that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.

                                                In Christ’s service,

                                                Vicki Hensler and Renee Geiger

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