REMEMBER IN PRAYER: The family of Dallie H. after her death last week; Thelma M., in Freeman Hospital; Marty J., Ann L., and Chuck P., undergoing treatment; Bill S., receiving on-going care at St. Luke’s.
DALLIE H. went to her heavenly home on August 4, 2009, after suffering a stroke. Dallie was born November 20, 1933. A private family service was held here at Good Shepherd and burial was in our church cemetery on Saturday, Aug. 8. May our gracious God bless Jack, her husband, and the rest of Dallie’s family with His comfort.
OVER-50 GOOD SHEPHERDS will meet this week Thursday at 6:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall. Bring your favorite finger food and games and join in on the fun.
GSLC BAND, RECRUITING NEW MEMBERS — any instrument, any age, any playing level. Dust off those instruments you haven’t played in years, and come join us. Karen promises the youth will go easy on you. New music is on the way, and we need lots of instruments to make it sound really good. Practices have resumed and are on Wednesdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Questions? Contact Karen M.
SOFTBALL GAMES The Co-Ed team plays this Monday at 8:30 p.m. and the men’s team plays Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
SATURDAY LUNCHES There are several opportunities to help with furnishing a light lunch on Saturday to the workers through the end of September. We’ve made it so, if you choose, up to three families can share in this responsibility per date. Just pick a Saturday and sign your name and phone number. Your willingness is greatly appreciated.
TAPES OF THE SERVICE Audio tapes of the service are available after the 8:15 am service each Sunday. They are located in the glassed-door cabinet in the narthex. Tapes of the previous Sunday are also available.
ASSISTIVE LISTENING If you are having a hard time hearing the service, assistive listening devices are available from the ushers. They work like a transistor radio and you can control the volume.
BLOOD PRESSURE After each service, at the table in the narthex, you have the opportunity to have your blood pressure taken. You will be given a card to carry with you to record your readings.