Weekly Announcements for the Week of June 26-July 2, 2022

Third Sunday of Pentecost


✛We gather for the Divine Service this Sunday, June 26, 2022, at 9:30 a.m.  Communion will not be served while pastor is on vacation; Chris Tai will be our speaker.

✛Livestreaming of the service begins around 9:15 a.m. on our homepage, concordiade.com.

Readings for The Third Sunday after Pentecost, June 26, 2022 (Click HERE for all 4 readings in one place) 

 1 Kings 19:9–21; Psalm 16; Galatians 5:1; Galatians 5:13–25; Luke 9:51–62 | ESV.org

The service may be heard in the Mueller Room, the room to the right as you enter church.  Clipboards and activities for younger children are located on the table in narthex. 

Attendance June 19  numbered 90

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Summer Schedule –   The Divine Service will be at 9:30 a.m. and Adult Bible Study will begin at 8:15 a.m. There is no Sunday School for children during the summer, as too many families are vacationing.

Vacation Bible School: August 8 - 12.  Click HERE for the trailer of ZOOMERANG, this year's theme for VBS! Planning in Progress. 

LCS Walk Run – Stay tuned.  It will occur September 17.   We will be helping to run this event.

Octoberfest – September 24.  Please help.  

Rally Day – September 11.  Look for Everyone His Witness  2.0 in Adult Bible Study.

SIGHT & SOUND - October 1!!!


Altar Flowers - to beautify the altar;  are not commemorating anyone this week.

Sunday at 8:15 a.m. –  Adults are reading Joshua in The Mueller Room.   George Butler will lead in Pastor Kummer’s absence!

Bible Study – No Bible Study this week, as Pastor is on vacation.

Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. – Prayer Shawl group 2nd Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m. in the Mueller Library.

Thursdays at 8:00 a.m. – Men’s Breakfast Bible Study.  The group meets on Thursday via Zoom at 8:00 a.m. to study the Lectionary readings for the coming Sunday.  For more information email Dan Good.   

✛God Thought✛

The Kyrie – One of the oldest portions of the liturgy, The Kyrie pleas to God's heart:  to have mercy.  It is a prayer of faith, recalling the special word/term of endearment in the Old Testament, 'hesed, the steadfast love/mercy of YHWH.  We sing Lord, have mercy.  Christ, have mercy.  Lord, have mercy.  Three pleas, emphasizing the Trinity.  Having just been forgiven in Absolution, it moves us to the Gloria in Excelis, when we praise God for this mercy.  


Survey - there is still time for you to enter your thoughts about altering / improving/ adding to our ministry at Concordia. (Remember the Wire Basket?) on table in Narthex with survey forms? You could seek out a deacon to discuss your thoughts more personally. C Tai, J Bacher, S Bier, S Michel, K Kreicker, KC or pastor.

Disaster Relief – Another natural disaster (part of the curse on creation) is always around the corner.  The LC-MS has a dedicated ministry to support those suffering from such disasters. Click HERE to volunteer or give financially.

Saturday Morning Fellowship Group – Saturday fellowship gathers at 9 a.m. in the Narthex. BYOB (beverage). Friends, neighbors, family all welcome! 

Deacon Meeting – Deacons meet monthly. Everyone is welcome to bring any concerns to your deacon (or any deacon) for discussion at monthly meeting.

Many MEMBERS make their home in Assisted Living Facilities.  Some of these members have no family locally and would love a short visit.  Fifteen minutes is a nice visit; most cannot handle a lengthy visit. Phone calls and cards have special meaning, bringing the outside world in to them. 

  • Gen Nied – lives at Parkview Nursing Home – 2801 W 6th St., Wilmington De  19805
  • Jackie Scheetz – Harbor Chase – lives at 2004 Shipley Rd.
  • Pat Dorler – Country House – 4830 Kennett Pike 426-8008. Mask, call for appt to visit. dorlerpa@aol.com
  • Linda Blancett – Sunrise – 2215 Shipley Rd  302.358-2225.Call for appt, show proof of vaccination.
  • Tracy Clarke – Foulk Manor North – 1212 Foulk Rd.  front entrance for brief screening.

Prayers (You must login to read personal prayers HERE).  Unfortunately in our world  today, personal info printed here can be hacked and/or used inappropriately.  

ASK YOURSELF : What does GOD want to do through me  Today? 

You go nowhere by accident. Wherever you go God is sending you. 

Wherever you are, God has put you there. He has a purpose in you being there.

Christ who dwells in you, has something HE wants to do through you, where you are.


Sunday School – Adult Bible Study is reading Joshua in the Mueller Room at 8:15. Sunday School is on vacation for the summer. 

Weekday Bible Study – We meet this week on Tuesday at 1:00 PM with Pastor Dave.  We are studying Psalms.   

The Men's Breakfast Bible Study – The group meets on Thursday at 8:00 A.M. to study the Lectionary for the coming Sunday.  For more information contact Dan Good

Concordia Preschool – We thank the Lord for another successful year with Concordia Preschool!  

Listen to what you want, when you want – Issues, Etc. is a radio-talk show and podcast produced by Lutheran Public Radio in Collinsville, IL and hosted by LCMS Pastor Todd Wilken.  This week's topics include: The Qur’an, A Biography of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Apostolic Succession, The Lord’s Prayer in the Divine Service and more.  You can listen at your convenience at issuesetc.org, the LPR mobile app and your favorite podcast provider.


Emmanuel Dining Room – Help feed the hungry!  Recipe (Click).  Make a casserole or brownies.  

Orphan Grain Train Help us bring Christ's name and character to suffering people around the world by donating new or gently used clothing in good condition. Our Mid-Atlantic Branch, in conjunction with thirty other locations around the US, fulfills this mission by shipping material aid wherever it is needed. Everyone is welcome to volunteer with us at our Jennersville warehouse (8 Federal Rd, West Grove, PA, 19390) to sort and pack donations. Read all about OGT on the bulletin board by the library, or visit our webpage for hours of operation, the latest updates, and to review the full list of materials our recipients need most. If you have questions, please contact Tom Fuesler or Carla Niesen. Donated items may be placed in the closet in All Saints' Hall (to the right as you enter the room).

Meals on Wheels Serving our community meals during the last full week of each month (June 27-July 1). The time commitment is usually 1 ½ hours (11:00 AM-12:30 PM). Please contact Susan Fuesler. Meals are picked up at Silverside Church with directions for delivery route. Please consider volunteering; you will bless others and be greatly blessed as well! Contact Sue Fuesler.

Handmade Prayers Prayer Shawl Ministry meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 10:00 A.M.  (July 13) in the Mueller Library. This is a working meeting so bring your yarn projects! We welcome anyone that is interested in crocheting or knitting to join us.  If you know someone that is in need of a gift from us, please let us know. For more details, contact Lynn Good.

LCMS Missionaries in Africa – Leanne Bier collects Bibles for all age groups in the bin outside Pastor’s office. Monetary donations are needed to pay for shipping which is extremely costly. Please use your missions envelopes and label them for LCMS African missions. Visit www.guineamission.com for more information and photos of ongoing projects. Note March newsletter hanging above Bible tote outside Pastor's office.


Online Giving is Available – Click HERE. Let us thank Jesus that He continues to provide for us! Offerings can be set up through your bank or your credit card. Questions related to financial giving can be addressed to Karen Blach via email  –  celc.fin.sec@gmail.com.  

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