Dear Fellow Saints in Christ, 

This is my favorite time of the year. That sentence may have surprised you. This is my favorite time of the year. I mean just look outside. The weather is struggling to decide what it is going to do next. Rain? Hot? Cold? Snow? Windy? Calm? Foggy? Each day is a new adventure. This is my favorite time of the year. I mean just look outside. The colors! The yellows, oranges, browns, and greens. Ok maybe we do not see all of the colors, but the colors we do see are amazing. This is my favorite time of the year. I mean just look out side. Or take a stroll through the grass. Take a listen. Do you hear the crunch? 
This is my favorite time of the year. Except, should it? I mean just look outside. Leaves cover the grass. Speaking of the grass it is beginning to turn a yellowish brown color. The once vibrant gardens full of fruit and veggies are dying or dead. The flowers that stood tall during the heat of the summer are beginning to wilt away as the temperatures begin to drop. The sun that would shine bright through the evening is fading away. Instead of the days being full of light, the days are becoming darker and darker. The creation that was once full of life. Quickly fades away. Or so it seems. 
 
 
This is my favorite time of the year. As one season ends. Another one quickly begins again. The ground begins to rest from it’s work. Yet, knowing that it’s work is never ending. It is just beginning again. 
 
 
This is my favorite time of the year. For it reminds me of my baptism. How the Holy Spirit does not stop resting from his work. In baptism, God “who in his own mercy saved us by the washing of the regeneration and renewal of the Holy Spirit whom he has poured out on us.” (Titus 3:5) This work that the Holy Spirit began was producing faith in your life. This was not a one time act thought. In fact, that the Holy Spirit keep us in our baptism on a daily basis. Where he renews us daily by keeping us reminded of the promises that were won for you by Jesus Christ. 
 
 
The Holy Spirit will keep on renewing your hearts and mind, day by day, hour by hour. That you will keep hearing the good and joyous news of Jesus Christ and keeping us united in Christ till the day of our everlasting life

 
In Christ,
Pastor Eric
 
 
 
 
 
  

Want to become a New Member? We want you!!!! 

Anyone interested in becoming a new member or taking new member classes are invited to visit/call Pastor Obermann

Church 605-673-4361

Cell: 309-635-5987

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Holy Communion

 

 Every fifth Sunday

Since we participate in the Lord's Supper or Holy Communion you should consider these questions and be able to give affirmative answers to each before you come forward


1) Are you a baptized believer in Jesus? (Acts 2:38,39)

2) Do you understand you are a sinner and in need of God's forgiveness? (Romans 7:24, 25a)

3) Do you desire His forgivenss and intend to amend your life by the power of His Holy Spirit? (Romans 6:1-4)

4) Do you believe that the Body and Blood of Jesus are present with the bread and the wine for the forgiveness of your sins? (1 Corinthians 10:16) 



 

 

 

 

 

Hospitalized?


Please call the Church and let us know so Pastor Eric can visit and have prayer with you

 

 

 

 

 

  

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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PRAYER CHAIN 
 

If you need to have a Prayer Request or would like to join our Prayer Chain

Please contact Pastor Obermann

Church 605-673-4361

Cell 309-635-5987

If you cannot reach Pastor Eric please contact an Elder:

Cary Voss 307-746-4060
Kim Horkey 605-209-7550
Greg Westerfield 673-5568
 Jim Kor 673-3130.



 

 

There is a children's nursery downstairs in the Youth Room. The service may be watched on the television located in the room. Please let an usher know if you need assistance. 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 Church Library 

We have a wonderful Church Library
If you would like to donate books or check them out to readSee Caroline Medina.

 

 
 
  


 
 
 
 
 
  
  WHAT'S HAPPENING? 
 
 
 
Dual Parish Council Meeting

Sunday, Oct 21

Pastor Scott Sailer will be our guest speaker  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Musical Concert

Roberta Fischesser and Friends

Held at the Church on Sunday, Oct 21st at 4:00 pm


A soup supper will follow - Freewill offering to benefit the Susan Komen Breast Cancer Fund and Our Redeemer Choir Fund
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
LWML News 
(Lutheran Women in Mission) 
LWML Sunday 
 
Mites for Missions follows the Biblical account of the widow’s mite; the Mite Box is intended for regular contributions of “mites” – offerings above and beyond the support given Our Redeemer and Synod. 

Since 1942 the LWML has collected over $100 million dollars for missions. These monies fund district and national mission projects which are chosen by LWML women at their district and national conventions. Thank you for contributing to the Mite Box and providing the opportunity to spread the Gospel to the world. 

Following the worship service for LWML Sunday, Dorcas Society invites you to come downstairs for brunch which will be served at the Cup of Fellowship time. At this time a free-will offering will be taken for missions. 
 
 
 
NEWLY ELECTED OFFICERS 

At the September Dorcas Society meeting 
the following were elected to serve 
October 2018 through December 2019: 
Pres: Myrna Bohlmann 
Vice- P: Barbara Voss 
Treasurer: Liz Anderson 
Lucy Sandven continues in her position as  secretary until January 2019


LWML FALL RETREAT 

October 20-21, 2018 
Terra Sancta, Rapid City, SD 
Theme: “Women Who Walk with God” 
(Karla Westerfield has details) 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Women’s Illuminating Study  
 
The Women’s Illuminating Study Group meets each Friday this month  at 9:00 a.m.  
Any one interested in participating can contact Cynthia Ramold at  (605) 673-2450. 
Thank you!
Cynthia 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thinking about filling a Christmas Shoebox for  Samaritan’s Purse this year? 
 
Now is a great time to pick up summer toys and school supplies, all at great sale prices! 









Cup of Fellowship: 

The kitchen committee requests all church committees or activity groups to participate in the Cup of Fellowship on Sundays by hosting a Sunday at least every six weeks.  Not all members of a committee need to participate for every hosting event the group signs up to host.  Two to Three persons from each committee can host so that not everyone need host every  assigned event.
 
 
PLEASE consider your group for hosting and sign up on sheet on the bulletin board

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Men's Coffee Hour

Wednesday Mornings at 7 am 

"Our Place"
Join us for 10 min or an hour you are all welcome to join us. 
Please contace Pastor Obermann to find out where to meet.





 
 
 
 
 
Happy Birthday to our "Members" 

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OCTOBER

1st - Jayda Bennett
 
11th - Sue Schaebethal 

13th - Alice Hagenlock

15th - Ryan Stender

20th - Sue Bruer 

21st - Liz Anderson 

22nd - Cassandra Janson

31st - Brian Gramkow


 
 

Serving Our Redeemer In October

Ushers:

7th - Mike Linde

14th - Greg W. 

21st - CharlesJanson 

28th - Alfred & Isabel 


Financial:





COF:

7th -  Dorcus Society 




Greeters: 




Meals on Wheels:  


Bus Driver:

Ken Barfoot 




Elder of the Month: 

Jim Kor



Elders: 

Cary Voss

Kim Horkey

Greg Westerfield

Jim Kor

 

Reader of the Month: 

Jim Kor