Sunday, September 26

Scripture – Colossians 3:12-14
Message – “YOUR BELT”

9/26 – 10/2, 2021 Activities

SUNDAY
Sunday School classes
meet from 10:15 – 11:00 AM (See bulletin insert for classrooms).

The Sermon Discussion Life Group will meet after worship this morning from 10:15 – 11:00 AM in the north side of the Fellowship Room.  Everyone is welcome!

Fifth graders, today is the day!  We have a special High Five Kick-off event planned just for you TODAY from 1:30 – 4:30 PM.  Sign-up and permission slips are on the Children’s Ministry Board outside the church library!  Hope to see you there!  (We encourage you to invite your fifth grade friends too!  Just remember to sign them up and take a permission slip for them!)

The Truth Project meets at 6:30 PM in the Fellowship Room.

The Sacrament of Infant Baptism will be administered this morning to Cameron John Kildea, son of Taylor & Morgan Kildea.

TUESDAY
9:00 AM – Eernisse Circle meets in the Fellowship Room. Lessons 10 & 11;  Hostess – Judy Joosse

1:30 – 3:30 PM – Stitching For a Cause in the Fellowship Room.

WEDNESDAY
6:00 PM – Bell Choir Practice in the Fellowship Room.

NEW TIMES FOR 6-12TH GRADE: 6:15 – 7:45 PM
Middle School starts small groups (see bulletin insert for classrooms) High School starts in large group in the Shed.

7:30 PM – Choir Practice in the Sanctuary.

Sunday, October 3rd

Message -  “Your Shirt”
Scripture -  Colossians 3:15.

Advance Announcements

October 15-17 – Middle School Fall Retreat @ Silver Birch Ranch.  (Digital sign-up sent via email due October 2nd!)

February 25-27, 2022 – High School Winter Retreat @ Silver Birch.

July 16-23, 2022 – Toronto International Mission Trip.

What’s Happening at FRC

Our Christian Sympathy is extended to Bill & Sue Theune and their family in the loss of Sue’s sister, Barbara Meuller, on September 19th.  We pray God will comfort them in their time of bereavement.

NOTE:  Ballots for the Election of Elders & Deacons are in your bulletin today and on the church website at www.fcoostbug.org.  Please place your completed paper ballot in the box by the Display Case by October 10th.  Extra paper ballots are also available there.

NOTE: The offering received on 9/19/2021 totaled $10,909.00 (Budget Amount Needed $17,019).

Volunteers are needed to restock our Friendship registers once a month.  We are aiming to have this done the first week of the month but there is some flexibility in this schedule.  Many hands make light work so the more people that volunteer the better.  If you are willing to help once a month, please contact Pastor Brian (btaylor@frcoostburg.org, (920) 287-5198, or (920) 564-2319 ext. 305).  Thanks for your help!

Ushers Needed!  If you are willing to usher for a month, please stop at the Information Booth today and pick the month that works best for you. We are looking for ushers for October, November and December!  Thank You!

Check out the Life Group offerings for this fall on the table in the narthex or on the church website.  These groups are designed to foster connections with other FRCers and others in our community and to enable you to grow in your walk with Christ.  Don’t miss out!  You can sign up on the table in the narthex or by going to the church website (frocoostug.org). The groups that haven’t started yet will be starting soon!

Mission Circle will be meeting on Thursday, October 7th, at 1:00 PM.  Hostess  Rita Harmeling; Bible Study Leader – Ann Lammers, Lesson #11.  NOTE:  WE WILL BE MEETING IN THE SHED.

For this Sunday and throughout the week we will be praying for Kelsey & Josue Corpas who are serving in Spain through the ministry of World Team.

Attention Church Family and Visitors!! We would appreciate it if you would sign the Friendship register prior to worship or during the service.  Visitors, we would appreciate it if you would fill out your preferred contact information so we can recognize your presence with us--we promise not to bother you.  FRCers, by signing the register and by passing it to those near you as necessary, it helps us to keep our records up to date and it helps us to get to know each other better.  Thanks for taking the time to register your attendance with us. 

Our Mission of the Month offering for September will go to support Dave and Deb Eernisse in their work with Wycliffe Bible Translators. Dave is the Human Resources Director for SIL's Int’l Language Services teams serving in the US and around the world. These teams total approximately 500 staff working in a variety of language domains such as translation, linguistics, software technology, publishing, media services and many more.  Along with the staff position, Dave’s team also manages 250 open positions presently being recruited. Dave’s HR department staff consists of an HR Manager, a Leadership Training and Development Coach, a Healthy Teams Member Care Coordinator and soon to be added a Recruiter. The HR work includes processing new candidates into and out of their SIL assignments, managing department managers and training and equipping leaders to manage and lead their staff well.  Deb works to keep language services teams, and their staff, functioning smoothly and effectively.  She also works in International HR located on the Dallas Linguistic Center next to their home.  The Eernisse’s are thankful for our continued prayers, financial support and encouragement.The amount received to date is $629.72.  The offerings received in October will be going to JW in his ministry with Arab World Media.  See next week’s bulletin for more information about JW’s ministry.

The next food pick-up will be Tuesday, October 12.  If you or someone you know could use extra help, we hope to see you there.

The Food Vault is in need of a few items. We could use: cereal, jam or jelly, and canned applesauce.

Did you miss the fun at Family Church Camping Weekend?  The good news is the date is set for next year.  We will again camp at Breezy Hill Campground.  The dates are August 5-7, 2022!  Watch for more information.  But if you want to secure a site, please talk to Toby or Lori.

We are still in need of a few volunteers to work with our children and youth.  Please see Lori or Toy if you have questions.

Faces of FRC: We like seeing the faces of our FRC families on Faces of FRC but we have only been able to post them when new submissions have been submitted.  Would you consider sharing your profile with us? To make a submission all you need to do is answer a few simple questions and submit a picture. If you want we can use your picture from our pictorial directory. You can submit your information by going to the FRC website (frcoostburg.org) and click on the Faces of FRC tab or pick up a form at the Information Booth. Completed forms can be mailed with a photo to the church or put in the Faces of FRC box at the Information Booth. We look forward to seeing your smiling face on Faces of FRC. 

Samaritan's Hand, Inc., a local faith-based recovery clinic, is looking to fill 2 employment positions at our Sober House facility in Sheboygan.  You would be employed to help monitor the men staying at the 15 bed house, be a living witness for Christ, and provide a positive living experience.  The first position is part-time, who would be able to work as a fill-in employee, with coverage on the weekends.  This position would require 1-2 days a week and other fill-in opportunities. The second position would be covering for current employees who are requesting days off and help on the holidays. Anyone looking for a full job description of these positions should contact Julie or Kully at Samaritan's Hand at 920-254-6922 or email: info@samaritanshand.org

Oostburg Christian School is looking for substitute van drivers. We currently transport 50 students with six school vans to/from school. Our dedicated van drivers love what they do but sometimes have conflicts that cause them to need a day off. This is not hard work and comes with the added benefit of spending some time with some really great kids!  Our van drivers must pass a background and driver's license check prior to driving for us.   We pay $10.50/hour and are flexible to work around what your availability is.  If interested, please call the school office at 920-564-2664.

IFIT MINISTRIES IFIT – Faith in Training for children and young adults with disabilities will be meeting again during the 2021-22 school year. We will meet the 2nd Monday of the month, starting October 11, 2021. We meet at Gibbsville Church from 6:00 – 7:30 PM. We welcome participants and volunteers.  If you would like more information please see our brochure, flier, visit our website, or email us at ifitministries.gmail.com.

Please be in prayer for the following people this week:

Pray or Jack & Jean Kohls.  Pray for healing for Jack as he recovers from surgery on his knee – pray that the surgery is successful in getting rid of the infection in his knee.  Pray for Jean as she awaits the results of a PET scan.

Pray for Wayne Tripp as he continues his recovery from his fall and pray for discernment as to what is causing him to fall.

Pray for Randy Prinsen with his ongoing treatments for cancer.  Pray that his treatment plan is effective.

Pray for Audie Gabrielse who is recovering from an infection in her leg.

Pray for Sandy Brill as she recovers from surgery on her foot.  She can’t put any weight on her foot for six weeks after surgery.

Pray for Anita Daane who is receiving Hospice Care in her room at the Covenant Home at Pine Haven.

Pray for continued growth and development for Henry DeBlaey and pray for Aaron & Morgan  as they provide care for him.  Give thanks  that he is starting to walk with a walker.

Pray for continued healing for Scott Ring and pray that therapy will heal lingering headaches.

Pray for Lee LeMahieu as he receives cancer treatments.  Pray that the treatments are effective with minimal side effects.

Pray for Gary Feldmann as he continues his treatment plan for multiple myeloma.  Pray that his body responds well to the treatments that he receives.