PASTOR NAN DEHNKE

  

   Pastor Nan Dehnke was ordained in 2009 after receiving her Master’s of Divinity degree at The Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and receiving her first call to the Indiana-Kentucky Synod. She enjoys creating and encouraging relationships for the sake of God’s mission in the world…..so collaboration, respect, and the Word guide God’s ministry through her. Chaplaincy, working with folks suffering with addictions, empowering leaders, nurturing faith and spirituality through the Word, the Sacraments, and relationships are some of the tools she uses to love God’s people wherever and whoever they are. With God, she leads to empower, encourage, and engage people to help them deepen their relationships with God and with one another.

 

 

Dear Friends in Christ or should I say grapes,

 

Tomorrow's Gospel text is

John 15: 1-8. It is the 7th "I AM" sermon from Jesus in the gospel of John....delivered as a farewell sermon to His disciples.

A word that is repeated 8 times in this text is the word "abide". I AM the Vine......and I, Jesus, abide with you.

 

Come and worship!

 

 

Notes going forward:

 

Food pantry items are now welcome! Especially, cake mixes, canned frosting, small bottles of oil, birthday candles, birthday napkins.

 

Our last $500 grant we received from the ELCA for COVID, is on its way to Holy Family for the monthly Food Giveaway. This money will help them get dairy and fresh products to add to pantry things (as the fresh/dairy) are available. We share God's love by sharing food with those in need in our community.

 

Blankets - if you took a blanket to tie. Don't forget to bring it back in when it's completed.

 

Flower chart: We have some openings for June and July. Can you help?

 

Happy May Day! In Europe today and in other countries, it is customary to delivery nosegays of flowers to doors.

    

Blessings,

Pastor Nan

 

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