FOR THE WEEK OF June 16th, 2019
Please notify the church office (435-649-2233) or firstname.lastname@example.org of substitutions prior to the bulletin insert deadline of Wednesday at NOON. Thank you!
Please view the Worship Schedule and other events happening this week on our calendar.
Message from our Pastor, Steve Leiser
This past Sunday we observed Trinity Sunday. On Trinity Sunday we reflect about how God makes God’s-self known to us as Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer (or Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). By doing so God makes God’s-self known to us in a way that we might understand God’s will and purpose for our lives. We continue to pray that God is made known to us and through us today and everyday.
Christ’s Peace, Pastor Steve
Worship Servants for this Sunday…
June 23rd, 8:30 am ~ Traditional Worship
Assisting Minister: Keith Lilley
Acolyte: Teagan Hoffman
Communion Assistants: Steve Polster, Reva Rauk and Cheryl Thomson
Sunday School: No Sunday School until September 8, 2019
Reader: Val Thurnell
Music: Mary Antinori
Altar Guild Support: Ginny Hiatt
Bread: Polster Family
Fellowship: June Roscoe
Greeter: Need Volunteer please
Usher: Bill Dwyer
June 23rd, 10:30 am ~ Contemporary Worship
Assisting Minister: Jaron Ehlers
Acolyte: Brooklyne Mugridge
Communion Assistant: Karen Broussard
Sunday School: No Sunday School until September 8, 2019
Reader: Margie Stafford
Music: The Praise Band
Altar Guild Support: Ginny Hiatt
Bread: Polster Family
Fellowship: Karen Broussard
Greeter: Barb Martz
Usher: Ann Hoffman
Counters: Barb Martz and Robbie Sletta
Bluegrass – 5:30 pm every Thursday
Praise Band – 7:00 pm every Wednesday
AA – 7:00 pm every Wednesday (co-ed), 7:00 pm every Thursday (men only)
Alzheimer’s Support Group – Meets 1:00 pm – 3rd Wednesday of every month
Worship Servants FIRST MONDAY of the month – for the next month please !
Council – 6:30 pm, 2nd Monday of the month – (No council meeting in July)
Education/Youth – 9:45 am, 2nd Sunday of the month (TBA)
Executive Committee – 12:00 pm varies (TBA)
Fellowship – 9:30 am, 2nd Sunday of the month (7/14/19)
Finance – 5:30 pm, 4th Monday of the 1st month of the quarter (TBA)
Property – 6:30 pm, 4th Monday of the month (No Property Meeting in June)
Social Ministries – 9:30 am, 2nd Sunday of the month (7/14/19)
Bereavement Team – TBD
Stewardship – 7:00 pm, 1st Monday of the month (TBA)
Shepherd Connections – 9:30 am 2nd Sunday of the month (7/14/19)
Worship/Music – 11:30 am, 1st Sunday of the month (7/7/19)
Lectionary Bible Readings
Lectionary Bible Readings for Sunday, June 23, 2019: Isaiah 65:1-9, Psalm 22:19-28, Galations 3:23-29, Luke 8:26-39
PLANNING AHEAD… Announcements
Please view the Worship Schedule and other events happening this week on our calendar
LIVING LUTHERAN MAGAZINE – New JUNE Issue in front of the office – pick up a copy. Note: If you were receiving Living Lutheran delivered to your home, you will not be receiving it now as the Council decided to cancel the home delivery subscriptions and instead have copies of the magazine available at the church each month. Feel free to pick up the current magazine in the narthex on the counter. If you have any questions about this, please contact the office at 435-649-2233.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL – Once again we are offering VBS Day Camp for kids entering grades K-5th in the Fall. VBS will be led by camp counselors from Rainbow Trails Lutheran Camp and supported by many church volunteers. The Camp dates are July 29th – August 2nd / Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 1 pm and Friday 9 am – noon. For more information and to register go to: VBS at SOTM
BOWLING WITH PASTOR STEVE – Come join Pastor Steve in an afternoon of Bowling at Jupiter Bowl in Park City. We will have 3 dates set up for 3 different age groups. Sunday, July 21st at Noon will be for ELEMENTARY KIDDOS. Sunday, July 28th at Noon will be for MIDDLE SCHOOL/JR HIGH kids and in August for the High School Kids. There is a sign up on the Youth Board to place your name on. $20 per person for bowling and food/drink.
YOUTH EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES – Do your kids participate in extracurricular activities, sports, dance, music, plays? Please let us know as many people of the congregation would like to support the youth and cheer them on at their events. There is a sign up on the YOUTH board, so let us know what your kiddos are up to this winter and spring.
ONGOING AT SHEPHERD OF THE MOUNTAINS
NEW AMAZON SMILE ~ Help donate to Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church with every purchase you make on Amazon, click on link: AMAZON~SMILE
Rocky Mountain Synod Information – The information is on the ELCA bulletin board and here is a link:
Recycling Update – Thank You to all of you who are recycling at SOM. It’s a big job to take these items to the Recycle Center and if you would like to help in this wonderful “Save our Earth” mission, please contact Mary Antinori (801-243-9635) to help her out. Also, please remember that if cardboard is contaminated with food particles, it can not be recycled. SHEPHERD OF THE MOUNTAINS HAS JOINED RECYCLE UTAH’S GREEN BUSINESS PROGRAM– This program is a resource that helps us operate in a more sustainable manner through education and goal setting. We’ve identified three goals for 2019: 1) increase recycling and awareness in the building, 2) explore lighting efficiency options in the building and parking lot and 3) evaluate our energy usage throughout the building. Additional information on the program can be found at www.recycleutah.org/green-business-program. Please contact Julie Cooper, Mickey Palomaki or Mary Antinori to join our team or get the scoop on what we’re doing to achieve our goals.
June Dumpster Days from Recycle Utah
Save yourself a trip to the landfill and take advantage of Dumpster Days!
Dumpster Days at Recycle Utah will be held on the following dates: June 26 – 28, 2019: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Two large bins will be placed on Woodbine Way for garbage and yard waste. Residential waste only! Businesses will be turned away and yes, we know if you are a business!Recycle Utah requests that patrons only use the dumpsters during designated drop-off hours. Volunteers will be available to assist you. No overnight dumping.
The following items are not accepted during Dumpster Days: mattresses, tires, refrigerators and hazardous materials. To learn how to dispose of these items, see http://www.co.summit.ut.us/783/Summit-County-Landfills
For a more detailed list of materials accepted, go to Recycle Utah website – www.recycleutah.org
Food Pantry – Thank you everyone for your food donations, which we deliver to the Christian Center of Park City Food Pantry monthly. Please know that their need for food is constant and greatly appreciated. Please drop off your non-perishable food donations in the basket in the narthex. Thank you!
Fun PROJECT Friday – Every other Friday from 9 AM to 11 AM here at Shepherd of the Mountains. Next Property Project is “To Be Determined” .
Eyeglasses for Lions Club – Always in need for Prescription Glasses and Sunglasses. Please donate to the wooden box by the office.
Box Tops – Shining Stars school is collecting box tops. If you are not saving yours for another cause, they would be happy to take them. There will be a collection box in the narthex.
Wendy’s Wonderful Wednesday Workout – Every Wednesday, 7:00 am – strength, core and balance. Right here at SOM. Just $5 per class.
Women’s Bible Study – We meet every other Wednesday. The next meeting is Wednesday, June 19th at 9:30 am at the church. If you have questions, please contact the office for more information. We look forward to seeing you.
Book Club – TBA
Solar System Performance for: April 9, 2019 to May 8, 2019 ~Now that the panels were clear of ice and snow, and we had more sunshine, the panels were able to make a greater contribution to reducing our energy costs. During the period, 29 days, the solar system generated 1,679 kWh of energy. The energy produced by the solar panels offset about 60% of more moderate power usage (2,844 kWh) by the Church and its tenants. In the process, we sold back 600 kWh to Rocky Mountain Power. This was the greater power we generated during daylight hours exceeding the power usage of the Church during the same hours. During the period, we drew 1,765 kWh from the grid but we sold back 600 kWh; so, we were charged for 1,165 kWh out of the total use of 2,844 kWh. ~ Tim Fehr
Stewardship Moment… June 23, 2019: Galatians 3:28 ~ There is no longer Jew or Greek, there is no longer slave or free, there is no longer male and female; for all of you are one in Christ Jesus. ~ Viewing the world through the wide lens of a generous heart enables us to see the big picture of what God is up to. Like Paul, we see that in God’s economy there is room at the table for everyone.
Property Coordinator – Annie Lamb is serving in this position. Her email is email@example.com. She is now coordinating all the various groups that use our building. If you have an event and you would like to use the building, she is the person you contact.
Sunday Servants – There are many opportunities to serve during our worship services. We need additional volunteers. Worship takes 20-25 people to assist every Sunday. If you would like to assist, here is the list of the people who do the scheduling:
Assisting Ministers, Communion Assistants and Readers – Val Thurnell firstname.lastname@example.org
Altar Guild, Bread Bakers and Greeters – Pam Evans email@example.com
Counters – Jim Hier firstname.lastname@example.org
Keyboard – Stephanie Hurt email@example.com
Fellowship – Ann Hoffman firstname.lastname@example.org
Ushers – Randy Thomson email@example.com
Acolytes – Pastor Steve firstname.lastname@example.org
Musical Talents – We invite you to share your musical talents during worship at 8:30. If you would like to provide special music (vocal or instrumental solos and groups) during the offertory, please talk with Mary Antinori (435-649-6877) or Pastor Steve.
The Praise Band is looking for musicians for the 10:30 am service. Practice is Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Join us for practice and see how you like it! Contact Jennifer Leiser (801-631-9981) for more information.
In Our Prayers –
Our sincere condolences to Glenda Corwin and her family for the recent passing of her father, Glen Walter. Sending Glenda and George many blessings and may the memories of her dear father be with them always.
We ask your continued prayers for Healing and Wholeness for:
Kira, Randy Thomson, Mathew McClure, Val Thurnell, Robert Howell, Dee & Frank Benton, Sam, Howard, Mark, Hazel, Bonni Futch, Mary Jane Schmidt, Julie Stranges, Jacob, Bev, Pat Rusk, Hadley Miles, Jessica, Lizzie and Family, Jeff, Doug Gibson, Marlene, Russ Malcomson, Margueritte Malcomson, Annette, Sheila, Bob, Brandon, Vera Palomaki, Avery, Michael, Kathy, Marge, Rob, Jan, Cindy, Todd, Andy Washington, Mugridge Family.
SOM Prayer Chain
We are updating our prayer chain. We have kept everyone on the list that has been added in the last 3 months. We will rotate names off the prayer chain after a month unless we receive a request to keep a name on. Please contact JJ Ehlers, email@example.com or call her at 435-647-0977, to add a name to the chain. Thank you!
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Please note our church office hours are Monday – Friday, 9 AM to 2 PM. Friday’s may be a modified schedule in the office. Thank you !