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SHARING CHRIST, CHANGING LIVES! - Good Shepherd Lutheran ...
                             OF OUR LORD

                           February 26 & 27, 2022
                320 South Pearl Street, PO Box 690
                      Canandaigua, NY 14424
               or e-mail:
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WELCOME TO WORSHIP TODAY! In our Gospel lesson today we hear
the story of Jesus’ transfiguration as he prayed on the mountain and
God’s declaration “This is my Son, whom I have chosen; listen to Him.”
Those words are spoken to us as well; “listen to Him.” We know that
there is no way to God but through faith in Jesus. We know that in Him
there is truth and light. As we move into the season of Lent we are ever
mindful of our need for a Savior and eternally thankful that Jesus came
to be that sacrificial lamb. We’re glad you could join us in person or
virtually. If you are our guest, we pray that you find the Spirit of God
alive and moving in our congregation. We rejoice that you joined us in
that Spirit. Please come again!
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The Ministers                           The People of Good Shepherd
Don Muller, Pastor                Home: 394-7648; Off: 394-2760 x303
Roxann Muller, Preschool Director Home: 394-7648; Off: 394-2760 x302
Lisa Serron, Office Manager       Home: 396-9431; Off: 394-2760 x300
Linda Benivegna, Administrative Asst.             Off: 394-2760 x301
Stephanie Cheney, Music Director                            489-4202
Doc Tessendorf, Building Coordinator Home: 208-1620; Off: 394-2760
Lisa Brahm, Custodian                 Home: 526-5267; Off: 394-2760
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Read: Luke 9: 28 – 36 and/or Memorize: Luke 9: 35
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SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: “Remember that vision on the Mount of
Transfiguration; and let it be ours, even in the glare of earthly joys and

brightnesses, to lift up our eyes, like those wondering three, and see no
man any more, save Jesus only.” Alexander Maclaren
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ORDERS OF SERVICE                               Traditional Printed Liturgy
HYMNS:                     Green 89, Green 518, Red 176, Red 183, Blue 77

      The color next to the number denotes which resource to use.
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Deuteronomy 34: 1 – 12, 2 Corinthians 4: 3 – 6, Luke 9: 28 - 36
Sermon Theme: Transfiguration Sunday
Sermon Text: Luke 9: 28 - 36
Prayer Bid & Response:
Pastor: Lord, in your mercy,                      Cong: Hear our prayer.

                    FORGIVE US, RENEW US, LEAD US

P: We begin our worship in the name of the Father and of the Son and of
   the Holy Spirit.
C: Amen.
P: God is light; in him there is no darkness at all.
C: If we walk in the light as God is in the light, we have fellowship with
   one another, and the blood of Jesus Christ, God’s Son, cleanses us
   from all sin.
P: God does not want us to perish, but to come to his life-giving light.

               (Silence for meditation and self – examination)

P: Almighty God,
C: You dwell in light unapproachable. Unprotected, we perish in your
   presence. For our hearts are darkened, our minds beclouded; we
   have loved darkness rather than the light.
P: Jesus Christ is the light of the world, the light no darkness can
C: For his sake we beg forgiveness.

P: For his sake God hears your prayer. God, who commanded the light
   to shine out of darkness, has shone in our hearts, to give the light of
   the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.
C: We have seen the Lord’s glory; we have heard the Lord’s voice.
P: Walk, then, as children of light, in the name of the Father and of the
    +Son and of the Holy Spirit.
C: Amen


Pastor:     The peace of the Lord be with you
People:     And also with you

THE HYMN: “How Good, Lord, to Be Here!” Green 89


    O God,
    in the transfiguration of your Son
    you confirmed the mysteries of the faith
    by the witness of Moses and Elijah,
    and in the voice from the bright cloud
    you foreshadowed our adoption as your children.
    Make us with the King heirs of your glory,
    and bring us to enjoy its fullness,
    through Jesus Christ our Lord,
    who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
    one God, now and forever. Amen.



THE HYMN: “Beautiful Savior” Green 518

SERMON: Transfiguration Sunday

Memory Verse: “A voice came from the cloud, saying, “This is my Son,
whom I have chosen; listen to Him.”” Luke 9: 35
THE APOSTLES CREED (not spoken on Saturday evening)

LEADER: We confess our faith in the words of the Apostalic Creed:

CONG: I believe in God, the Father almighty,
      Creator of heaven and earth.

       I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord.
       He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit and born of
           the virgin Mary.
       He suffered under Pontius Pilate,
           was crucified, died and was buried.
       He descended into hell.
       On the third day he rose again.
       He ascended into heaven,
           and is seated at the right hand of the Father.
       He will come again to judge the living and the dead.

       I believe in the Holy Spirit,
       the holy catholic Church,
       the communion of saints,
       the forgiveness of sins,
       the resurrection of the body,
       and the life everlasting. Amen


Pastor: Lord, in your mercy,            People: Hear our prayer.


                   COMMUNION DIRECTIONS

 • Unless you are intincting or pausing with the wafer over the
    Common cup, please eat your wafer as soon as you receive it.
• If you are using the individual cup, after receiving it, come to pastor
    to drink your individual cup.
 • deposit individual cups in red bowl on the pew


                  Our Father, who art in heaven,
                    hallowed be thy name,
                    thy kingdom come,
                    thy will be done,
                        on earth as it is in heaven.
                  Give us this day our daily bread;
                  and forgive us our trespasses,
                    as we forgive those
                        who trespass against us;
                  and lead us not into temptation,
                        but deliver us from evil.
                  For thine is the kingdom,
                        and the power, and the glory,
                        forever and ever. Amen

THE DISTRIBUTION – “Break Thou the Bread of Life” Red 176 (“Faith of
         Our Fathers” Red 183)


   Pastor: The Lord bless you and keep you.
           The Lord make his face shine upon you
               and be gracious to you.
           The Lord look upon you with favor and        give you peace.
   People: Amen.

THE HYMN: “Trees of the Field” (sing three times) Blue 77

Pastor: Go in peace. Love and serve the Lord.
Cong.: Thanks be to God.

              CALENDAR OF EVENTS Feb. 27 – March 6
                        (at church unless noted)

Sunday:    Worship, 8AM & 11 AM
           Sunday School, 9:30 AM
Monday: Church Council, Zoom, 7 PM
Wednesday: Ash Wednesday, Pancake Supper – 6 PM
           Burning of the palms. 6:30 PM
           Worship, 7:15 PM
Saturday Worship, 5:30 PM
Sunday:    Worship, 8AM & 11 AM
           Sunday School, 9:30 AM

                      ANOTHER WAY TO GIVE

If you prefer the convenience of offering your gift via your smartphone
there is a way to do that. Go to the Apple Store or Google Play and
search for “Vanco Mobile Faith Engagement” (the half purple V) to
download for free. Then enter Good Shepherd; next tap Donate Now. 3.
Choose a fund and a preset amount or enter another amount. You can
make a one-time donation or set up recurring giving right through the
app. Select Add to add another fund or move forward to the payment
information. 4. Scan or enter your card or bank account information. 5.
Review your donation summary then select Complete Donation. Or if
you prefer to have your gift automatically withdrawn from your checking
or savings account, check that box on the right side of your connection
card, “Automating My Giving” or contact the church office and we will
provide you with the form you will need to complete in order for us to
set that up.

                           KIDS’ WORSHIP

We’re doing Kid’s Worship on a clipboard right now. Children will not be
excused for Kids’ Worship. Those who want to participate should pick up
a clipboard from a table in The Gathering Space on the way in to
worship. The activities on the clipboard will coordinate with the

message in Pastor’s sermon. Please note that neither the preschool
room nor the gym are available at this time.

                           PRAYERS FOR 2022

Each year we rebuild the list for The Prayers for the Sick.
We’ve begun the process already. We will begin using the
new list next week. If you, or someone you placed on the
prayer list, wish to continue on the prayer list be sure to add
them to the sheet on the counter by the TV before the end of
February. If you are adding someone to our prayer list, please use the
Prayer Bid Sheet on the Prayer Stand as usual. Anyone added to the
prayers inn February will be included on the revised list.

                    PEW HAND SANITIZER BOTTLES

If you happen to notice that the hand sanitizer bottle in the pew is
empty, please place it on the counter by sink so that it can be refilled.
Please don’t throw them away! Thank you!

                              LCMS SURVEY

Do you know any young man who would make a great pastor? How
about someone who would be a great Lutheran school teacher,
deaconess or DCE? Jesus gives His church people who work full time in
service to the Gospel. He told us to pray for such workers. The LCMS
continues to pray, and has begun Set Apart to Serve (SAS), an intentional
effort to encourage young people to consider church work as their
career. Your opinion can help improve SAS. Please fill out a brief survey
at by March 15, and let us know how
you think SAS can be beneficial to your congregation. Thank you.

                      WHAT’S HAPPENING

We welcome Pastor Dan Hoffman who now lives in Canandaigua. Pastor
Dan was Pastor at Zion Lutheran in Geneva for a number of years. After
accepting a call to Buffalo he has now returned to the Finger Lakes
Region to be near his daughter, Hannah Nicholson, her husband JJ and
two grandchildren, Jonah and Eliza. Pastor Dan’s wife is Deb. We rejoice
that they can be with us to share a message of encouragement and joy in
our Lord.

                      ASH WEDNESDAY EVENTS

Please join us on Wednesday evening, March 2 to begin our Lenten
journey with the theme: “Lent in Plain Sight.”

    •   PANCAKE SUPPER – 6 PM – Once again, Don & Gayle
        Hendershot will host our pancake supper. Please bring a free
        will offering to cover the cost of the materials. They’ll help fill
        our stomach, and a little of our souls with their delicious
        pancakes. Please sign up on your connection card or call or
        email the office, if you’re coming.

    •   ASHES – 6:30 PM – if you’d like to help prepare the ashes for the
        evening, be here by 6:30 PM. If you have a palm from last you
        that you want to offer, please bring it with you.

    •   Worship and Communion – 7:15 PM –Now that our stomachs
        are full and the ashes prepared, join us to be filled spiritually
        with the Word of God and Jesus’ Body and Blood.

                        “LENT IN PLAIN SIGHT”

God is often at work through the ordinary: ordinary people, ordinary
objects, ordinary grace. Through the ordinary, God communicates
epiphanies, salvation, revelation, and reconciliation. It is through the
mundane that we hear God’s quiet voice, so describes the book “Lent in
Plain Sight” by Jill Duffield. We invite you to join in our Lenten Journey
by reading her book each week in preparation for the sermons. Cost will
be $10 and you can sign up on your connection card for it.


If you signed up to receive a copy of the devotion booklet last week on
your connection card, you will find it in your mailbox. You may sign up
again this week and one will be placed in your mailbox on Monday. Or, if
you did not sign up but would like a copy, additional copies are on the
usher table. Feel free to take more than one copy if you would like to
share with a friend. If the basket is empty, please call the church office,
394-2760, and we will put a copy in your mailbox. This is a wonderful
way to direct our thoughts to our need for a Savior and the amazing gift
given to us through the pain and suffering of our Lord Jesus Christ.


After being “closed” with COVID, the “Librarians” have been at work,
dusting, tidying and culling the collection.
    • Please feel free to sign out materials on the clipboard.
    • Return materials by crossing your name off and putting the
        materials in the bin by the door
    • HOLD on bringing any NEW contributions until we have space.
        The shelves are FULL.
    • Books culled from the collection will be donated to the Garage
        Sale OR
    • FREE books will be out on a table in the Gathering Space -HELP

***We apologize but we cannot accept further donations at this time.


TEENS AND CHILDREN will meet in class at 9:30 AM.

ADULTS – Sandy Voigt’s class, studying Discipleship, is meeting in
Andrew’s Room. Bob Smith’s class will be studying the life of David.
                     All are welcome to attend!


We thank Andy & Amanda Reding and Michael & Stephanie Cheney for
working out a means for us to share worship with this week. We also
thank Lisa Serron, Linda Benivegna, Roxann Muller, Lisa Brahm, Bob
Smith Dave Chrisman, Hugh Shipley, Glenn Banke, Waneta Ridley, Doc
Tessendorf, Sandy Voigt, Jacki Scheib, Stephanie Cheney, Kathy
Chapman, Mark Carlson, Peter Ellison, Tim Bentley, Karyl Hammond,
Ross & Beverly Phippen, David Figenscher, Steve & Cindy Hemingway,
Andy, Amanda, Jared & Ian Reding, Jill Persson, Maggie Wiegand, Annie
Roxburgh, Sandy Voigt.

If we missed including your name by accident, please let us know. We
want to recognize all who serve.

We also want to acknowledge all those who are working in health care
and “essential services” as they continue to help and serve during this
time. There are also many “angels” in our congregation and community
who go about living out their vocations as the Body of Christ. We know
they do this not to be recognized, but because God has called and led
them to do what they do. God Bless you all and thank you to all!

                        SERVING NEXT WEEK

SATURDAY EVENING: Jenny Khan, JoAnne VanBuren

EARLY CHURCH: Karyl Hammond, Bill Fuge, Stephanie Cheney, Hope
Murray, Fred & Sandy Salvagni, Wayne & Leslie Smith

LATE CHURCH: Jill Persson, Andy & Amanda Reding, Marlene Beswick,
Maddy Simmons, Sandy Smith, Cindy Hemingway, Dave Pittenger, Hugh
Shipley, Maggie Wiegand, Greg Quinn, Jacki Scheib

                  THANKS TO THOSE WHO SERVED

Thank you to all who provided food for and/or served at the funeral
dinner for Barb Fuge. Your gift was a blessing to Barb’s family and
friends. We thank: Glenn Banke, Bill & Laura Costigan, Dave Chrisman,
Larry & Charlotte Chrysler, Laura Ouimette, Tammy Beattie, JoAnne
VanBuren, Marie Blair, Sandy Pittenger, JoAnn Pilecki, Gail Herman, Vasa
Klimeczko, Melinda Norris, Tracy Romano, Waneta Ridley, Lisa Serron,
Nola Trost, Jane Zagata, Donna Hill, Roxann Muller, Kathy Chapman,
Nancy Kelsey, Bev Carlson, Barb Jauch, Sandy Voigt, Leslie Smith, Karyl
Hammond, Lisa Brahm, Peter Ellison, Tierney Bristol, Reilly Figenscher,
Ellen Bischoff, Lisa Baley, Jill Persson, Cheryl Deutschlander, Jennifer
Bentley, Beverly Phippen, Richard & Sudy Landholm.



The Devotional Lent in Plain Sight begins by telling us that God works
through the ordinary. I don't know about you... but I am very ordinary.

In the first few pages of Lent in Plain Sight there are a few things the
author suggests we reflect upon. As we each take some time to reflect,
lets pray for eyes to see and ears to hear the power of God In our
ordinary, everyday lives.

But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made
perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my
weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. 2 Corinthians 12:9

*Lent in Plain Sight by Jill J Duffield can be obtained through the office
or directly from Amazon or several other book sellers


If you are a Thrivent member and you have not yet designated your
Thrivent Choice Dollars for 2021 you have until March 31 to do so. You
are welcome to choose Good Shepherd or Little Lamb’s Preschool. We
thank you for that gift.

When making a “Go” campaign contribution, please use a campaign
envelope or make sure you note on the memo line of your check that it
is for the campaign. Please write your name on the envelope so that we
can give you the proper credit. Additional envelopes are available at the
Usher Station in the Gathering Space.

                             CARING NOTES
“Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of
Christ.” Galatians 6:2

Gary Paradise, (spouse Colleen) as they deal with health issues:
            6210 S. Tamarino Pk Lane, Sugarland, TX 77479

Leon & Theresa Pfuntner as they both deal with health issues:
                4890 County Rd 37, Hemlock, NY 14466

Jill Wood, (spouse Woody) as they deal with health issues:
               46 C Holiday Harbor, Canandaigua, NY 14424

Shirley Murphy as she deals with health issues:
               1301 Stoney Way, Farmington, NY 14425

Donna Allhusen, daughter of Mary, as she deals with health issues:
                 6220 S.W. 56th Street, Davie, FL 33314

Wayne Smith (spouse Leslie) as he deals with health issues:
             22 Chose Spot Apts, Canandaigua, NY 14424

Delores Furnum as she deals with health issues:
                  66 East St., Canandaigua, NY 14424

Donna Hill (spouse Brian) as she recovers from surgery:
               4920 Herendeen Rd, Shortsville, NY 14548

Marlene Pawlukewicz, as she deals with health issues:
           5777 Bonnie Brae Circle, Farmington, NY 14425
Anna Mazor-Allhusen, recovering from surgery:
                6220 S.W. 56th Street, Davie, FL 33314

Mike Thompson, recovering from surgery:
                2368 Creek Road, Palmyra, NY 14522

Carol Gantz as she deals with health issues:
                  90 Heather Dr., Rochester, NY 14625

Dave & Sandy Pittenger at the death of Dave’s sister, Sharon Banks:
            4554 Ontario St. Ext., Canandaigua, NY 14424

Bill Fuge at the death of his wife, Barb:
                 4858 Bedford Dr., Canandaigua, NY 14424

Bill Ballway (wife, Judy) as he deals with health issues:
                     6349 Roberts Dr., Victor, NY 14564

PRAYER BIDS FOR THOSE WHO ARE SICK                  (Feb. 26 & 27, 2022)

Connected to Good Shepherd directly:
John Keller & Leon & Theresa Pfuntner & Christa Schneider & Kyrsten
Scheib & Annika Persson & Jan Lockwood & Jacki Scheib & Carter
Brahm & Barb Schneider & Greg Quinn & Dean Bugenhagen & Tatianna
Scarbrough & Linda Joslyn & Bill & Jill Wood & Gary Paradise & Wayne
& Leslie Smith & Terry Henninger& Delores Furnum & Pastor Don &
Kelly Brainard-Nichols & Hailey Keller & Jean Bucher & Derek, Harlan &
Levon Pittenger & Fran (Bez) Beswick & Donna Hill & Cheryl Galvani
Deutschlander & Ellen Bischoff & Jessie Pruden & Sue Sterling & Carl &
Erik Persson & Marlene Pawlukewicz & Mike Thompson & Krista
Stonewell & Elliot Reding & Cindy Ortiz & Vince Romano & Carol Gantz
& Bill Ballway & Pastor Delbert Tiemann & Barb Schneider & Kyrsten
Scheib & Kathey Drennan;

Connected to Good Shepherd by family or friendship:

Jan & Jess Hemingway, Kristin Tysiak, Amy Chirdon, Carla Clark, Mary
Babu, Steve Myer, Mark Lambright, Dynasty Stubbs & Joy Clark, family
& friends of Hemingways; Marie Benivegna, Pat & Mark Gunn, Kerri
Eames, Bob Her, family & friends of Benivegna’; Bob & Barbara Muller,
Layton Vogel, Warren Perryman & Ruth Boselli, family & friend of
Mullers; Charles Bucher, Jake & Jimmy Osborne, brother & friends of
Jean Bucher; Monty Baker, Lizabeth Denkers, Aryn & Jared Graeve,
Sharon Mercer, family & friend of Maggie Wiegand; Wayne & Nola
Zeches, Connie Moore, Katie & Jeremy Malahieude, family & friends of
Trost’s; Pamela, niece of Sandy Voigt; Dale Chrysler, Rachel Fagner,
Matt Chrysler, family of Charlotte Chrysler; Michael Klimeczko, son of
Mike & Vasa Klimeczko; Nancy Burt-Preece, mother of Stephanie
Cheney; Allison Sacheli & Scott Wiley, friend & uncle of Fuges;

Don Ballway, son of Bill & Judy; Margie Miller & Tiffany Scheib, family of
Jacki Scheib; Cynthia Ayers, friend of Sally Bateman; Maureen Ellison,
Marleigh Haydanek, Mike Riley & Riley Family, s-i-l & friends of Ellisons;
Tim, stepson of John Pappas; Kathy Cromwell & Dave Knopski, family &
friend of Greg Quinn; Caleb Roat, friend of Jen Powell; Ed Fairman,
friend of Fred & Sandy Salvagni; Kate Scott & Scot Haynes, friends of
Landholms; Stella Ann Dainty, granddaughter of Ruth Dainty; Ray Joyce,
uncle of Amanda Reding; Bryce Fisher, friend of Maddy Simmons; Lisa
Burley, step-mother of Amanda Modzel; Brian Durnin, Rachel Derby,
Connie Pruden, Jessica Shelest & Pam Quintern, friends & family of
Deborah Adams; Brian Wagenbaugh & Janice, family & friend of Pam
Rood; Marge, friend of Glenn; Mark Allen, family of Tammy Beattie; Gigi
Spring, friend of Redings; Charleen Johnson & Ken Hendershot, family of
Don & Gayle Hendershot;

Jocarol Wylen, friend of Joan & Jim Briggs; Millie O’Neal, mother of Lisa
Brahm; Tim Wicher, son of District President Chris and wife, Bev; Vivian
Schaefer, friend of Annie Roxburgh; Karen Broomfield & Suzanne
Contestable, family of Marlene Beswick; Randy Canute, Alice, Michael &
Patti Maston, family of Leon Pfuntner; Jean Morgan, mother of Bob
Snell; Chase, Erin Smith & Mark, family & friend of Bob & Sandy Smith;
Julie (Fox) High, sister of Lori Burk; Skylar Raymer & Doreen Alaimo,
friend and sister of Marlene Pawlukewicz; Anna Mazor-Allhusen,
granddaughter of Mary Allhusen; Tom Brainard, father of Kelly Brainard-
Nichols; Krista & Emery Blakowski, nieces of Cheryl Engels; Rhonda

Baker-Smith, friend of Jill Persson; Kristin Peck, friend of Cheryl
Deutschlander; John Vanderwall, Jason & Michaelea Brucia & Natalia
Pullin, friend & family of Carol Gantz; Tat Scarbrough, Tinsley Coston,
Kayla & Russ Parks & Tinsley, family of Kathey Drennan; Lexi, cousin of
Jessie Pruden; Ann Chatfield, friend of Karyl Hammond;

Joan Burt, grandmother of Stephanie Cheney; Bob Scheib, father of
Kyrsten; Kendall & Ella Jauch, granddaughters of Bob & Barbara Jauch;
Carrie Ann Falzone, Deb Welch, Jon & Betty Gentry, family of Dave &
Sandy Pittenger;; Becky Giddy, sister of Barb Schneider;


ELIANA & NOAH, niece & nephew of Cheryl Galvani; LINDA JOSLYN,
niece of Dorothy Cherry; JUDY OVERSLAUGH, grandmother of Michael
Butch Brahm; BRAD YEARWOOK, friend of Jan Lockwood


FOR THOSE TRAVELING: Ron Germuga, Josh Davis, Paul Hodges Family,
Leon Snell, Hill Family, Ron & Jeffery Ouimette, Mark Serron, Ted &
Karen Lenz, Carroll Wilcox, Larry Mueller, Eric Chrisman, Stephanie
Kunes, Mark Carlson, John Ridley, Chris Morrison, Ryan Brahm, Joe
Benge, Victoria Pruden, Amanda Pruden, Tim Trost, Mary Allhusen,
Tammy Beattie, Kyle Bentley, Jo Ann Krucko ,Amanda Pruden, Corinne
Adams, Greg & Colin Sheil, Vika Brace, Joe Benivegna, KIM BROWN, ERIN

THE NEXT PERSON whom God would lead us to invite or welcome into
our church family.


   •   All those who face the virus each day to serve and provide for
       others, in all situations
   •   Those grieving the death or illness of loved ones due to the virus

•    We rejoice with those who have been able to return to work;
        hoping with those who are waiting for work
   •    Unity in our nation
   •    Natural Disasters
   •    Our church leaders and servants


WE REJOICE WITH FRIENDS who celebrated birthdays or anniversaries in
the month of February:

   BIRTHDAYS: Dave Lett, Donna Besler, Jessica Frere, Daria Sparks,
   Siamphone Carter, Sarah Love, Richard Landholm, Leslie Wong, Sally
   Bateman, Marcia Moll, Emily Robinson, Jessica Bursley, Grant Besler,
   Thom Wong, Sheldon Daunce, Annika Persson, Mark Petitti, Jamie
   Cheney, Frank Nau, Michael Zubrzycki, Rick Benivegna, Ron Talboys,
   Nina Lett, Ryan Hilton, Josh Davis, Olivia Kelly, Dominick Swain, Larry
   Chrysler, Syble Wright, Cindy Blair, Wes Utter, Jennifer Coons-
   Carlson, Leah Murphy, JJ Nicholson, Christian Lewis, Gage Baxter,
   Charles Derby, Lin Stiefel, Michael Chrysler, Joe Benivegna, Kyler
   Rebmann, Alec Norris, Kyle Foley, Matt & Mike Jauch, Cutter Caruso,
   Emilia Stoutenburg, Judy Anderson, Don Muller, Ian Dittmer, Anna
   Marie & Ben Mazor-Allhusen, Brenda Stell, Ellen Bischoff, Kathy
   Cameron, Michael Porterfield, Erin Vansickle

   ANNIVERSARIES: Robert & AnneMarie Snell, Bill & Judy Ballway

                        OUR LEADERS
                        CHURCH COUNCIL
         Chair             Bob Smith

       Vice-Chair         Mark Carlson

       Secretary        Cindy Hemingway

  Financial Secretary      Greg Trost

       Treasurer           Lisa Baley  

Elders                Nola Trost                 585-396-9535

        Trustees              Ryan Brahm                  585-526-5267

   Strategic Planning          Sandy Voigt 

                    ELDERS (Best contact method)

   Kathy             Kathylchapman               Jenny           Tessendorfje
  Chapman                    Khan  

    Mark            deutschmarkphd              Richard           Rlandholm
Deutschlander                Landholm 

   Peter                585-298-4487              Jill           Persson_jill
   Ellison                                      Persson

   Karyl               Khammon2                   Nola           585 -396-9535
 Hammond               Trost

   Steve                315-521-3431

                          CAMPAIGN LEADERS

    Campaign                Jenny                         396-5813
     Director             Tessendorf
 Prayer Director           Kathey  
    Campaign             John Pilecki    
 Communications            Cheryl      
    Director            Deutschlander
 Impact Directors           Reilly  

                        Tierney Bristol


Helping Partners       Gayle Hendershot
                        Mary Allhusen      

Hospitality            Charlotte Chrysler               585 - 394-5779
                       Gayle Hendershot
Outreach Hospitality     Andy Reding     

Prayer:                 Kathy Chapman  
                       Kathey Drennan

Christian Ed.:
    VBS Leader            Kerri Ellison 
    Kids Worship        Roxann Muller      
    Sunday School        Sandy Voigt,    
  Growth Grp Ldr         Hugh Shipley    

Mission Expansion      Maggie Wiegand                   585 - 394-3218

Tech Team               Amanda Reding   

Host Team                 Sandy Voigt    

Worship Team              Bob Smith      

Kitchen Team              Jacki Scheib    

Family Promise         Hannah Nicholson  
                                                    or text only: 472-3682


ELDER                        Kathy Chapman
A/V                            Mark Carlson
ALTAR CARE                       Lisa Serron

                SERVING OUR LORD AT 8 AM

ELDER                             Peter Ellison
A/V TEAM                          Tim Bentley
LECTOR                         Karyl Hammond
ALTAR CARE                     Beverly Phippen
COMMUNION ASSISTANT           David Figenscher
GREETERS                Ross & Beverly Phippen

                SERVING OUR LORD AT 11 AM

ELDER                        Steve Hemingway
A/V TEAM                Andy & Amanda Reding
LECTOR                             Andy Reding
ACOLTYE                            Jared Reding
ALTAR CARE                           Jill Persson
COMMUNION ASSISTANT                  Ian Reding
USHER                        Cindy Hemingway
GREETER                       Maggie Wiegand
HOST                           Annie Roxburgh
OPENERS & CLOSERS       Greg Trost, Sandy Voigt

WORSHIP SCHEDULE                            March 2 - 6, 2022
Ash Wednesday                6PM             Pancake Supper
                          7:15PM   Worship/ Holy Communion
Saturday                 5:30 PM   Worship/Holy Communion
Sunday                      8 AM   Worship/Holy Communion
                           11 AM   Worship/Holy Communion

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