The Chronicles Join us for Sunday Worship 9am Easter Sunrise Worship at 6am on April 21 st in the Memorial Garden First Holy Communion on Palm Sunday: 9am on April 14 th Easter Candy Sale begins Wed., April 10 th Holy Humor Sunday Worship 9am on Apr. 28 th FEAST Pantry Open: Tuesdays 11am—2pm Thursdays 6-8pm Inside this issue: INreach 2 OUTreach 3 UPreach 6 Birthdays 8 Bulletin & Flower Sponsors 7 Coffee Hour Schedule 4 Kids Page 15 President’s Corner 8 Youth Group Schedule 7 Council Contact Information 9 VBS Dates 7 People Spot 13 A newsletter for the friends and family of Christ’s Ev. Lutheran Church APRIL 2019 Every good Christian knows that Easter is not about jellybeans, chocolate bunnies or Easter egg hunts. Although there is nothing wrong with those things, none of them capture the true meaning of the day. Easter is about the resurrection of Christ. Jesus isn’t dead; he’s alive! But, so what? What does Easter have to do with us? The simple answer is EVERYTHING! Jesus' resurrection from the grave changes our past, present, and future. It changes our past because all of us who have been baptized in Christ, have been baptized into his death. As Romans 6:4 reminds us: Therefore we have been buried with him by baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life. This means that all of our sins — past, present, and future — are forgiven by Jesus’ sacrifice. In Christ we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of his grace. (Ephesians 1:7) All of our sin is forgiven in Jesus’s sacrifice for us, and we are set free from sin, so that we may live a new life by God's grace. Our present is different because we’re given a new life in Christ. This new life is different because we are free in Christ to not live only for the here and now, but for what is to come. We are no longer weighed down by sin, but free to love as Christ loved us. We are resurrection people! As resurrection people, we are called to live out Christ’s mission whenever and wherever we can. When Jesus walked on earth, he made it his mission to love and serve all people in need. As resurrection people, we must stand up and speak out on matters of justice. We are to live differently because of our relationship with Jesus and what he did for us. We can no longer live for ourselves, but for Christ. Our future is also most certainly changed because of Jesus’ resurrection. The amazing thing is that we, as believers in Christ, get to share in Jesus' victory over death and the grave. As followers of Jesus, we are given the gift of eternal life. This is indeed the will of my Father, that all who see the Son and believe in him may have eternal life; and I will raise them up on the last day. (John 6:40) Because of Jesus, we will live forever! Because of Jesus we, too, will be resurrected to live in heaven with God and all those whom we love. Jesus’ resurrection has big implications for our past, present, and eternity. In a world that is blinded by the temporary, and lives for the moment, let us never forget that the resurrection has changed everything. Let us also live lives that are different because of Jesus. Let us live with the purpose of sharing God’s amazing gifts of love, grace, mercy, and forgiveness. With the joy of Jesus’s resurrection, Christ is Risen! So what?
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A newsletter for the friends and family of Christ’s Ev. Lutheran Church APRIL 2019
Every good Christian knows that Easter is not about jellybeans, chocolate bunnies or Easter egg hunts. Although there is nothing wrong with those things, none of them capture the true meaning of the day. Easter is about the resurrection of Christ. Jesus isn’t dead; he’s alive! But, so what?
What does Easter have to do with us? The simple answer is EVERYTHING! Jesus' resurrection from the grave changes our past, present, and future.
It changes our past because all of us who have been baptized in Christ, have been baptized into his death. As Romans 6:4 reminds us: Therefore we have been buried with him by baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life. This means that all of our sins — past, present, and future — are forgiven by Jesus’ sacrifice. In Christ we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of his grace. (Ephesians 1:7) All of our sin is forgiven in Jesus’s sacrifice for us, and we are set free from sin, so that we may live a new life by God's grace.
Our present is different because we’re given a new life in Christ. This new life is different because we are free in Christ to not live only for the here and now, but for what is to come. We are no longer weighed down by sin, but free to love as Christ loved us. We are resurrection people!
As resurrection people, we are called to live out Christ’s mission whenever and wherever we can. When Jesus walked on earth, he made it his mission to love and serve all people in need. As resurrection people, we must stand up and speak out on matters of justice. We are to live differently because of our relationship with Jesus and what he did for us. We can no longer live for ourselves, but for Christ.
Our future is also most certainly changed because of Jesus’ resurrection. The amazing thing is that we, as believers in Christ, get to share in Jesus' victory over death and the grave. As followers of Jesus, we are given the gift of eternal life. This is indeed the will of my Father, that all who see the Son and believe in him may have eternal life; and I will raise them up on the last day. (John 6:40) Because of Jesus, we will live forever! Because of Jesus we, too, will be resurrected to live in heaven with God and all those whom we love.
Jesus’ resurrection has big implications for our past, present, and eternity. In a world that is blinded by the temporary, and lives for the moment, let us never forget that the resurrection has changed everything. Let us also live lives that are different because of Jesus. Let us live with the purpose of sharing God’s amazing gifts of love, grace, mercy, and forgiveness.
February Expenses $12,510.80 SHORTFALL (—) $3,359.23
YEAR TO DATE
Income $16,420. Expenses $24,567. SHORTFALL (—) $8,147.
For the month of February we had a deficit of
$3,359, which is $819 LESS than this time last year. The year-to-date deficit is $8,147, which is
actually $1,112 less than last year at this time. This is a good trend, but once again, our income did not support our regular, budgeted expense.
We ask for your continued help to support our ministry.
Yours in Christ,
Brian Fenstermacher, Treasurer
Financial Report February Statistics
The Finance Committee is looking for volunteers
for the AUDIT COMMITTEE
to review two random months of income and expenditures for 2018.
If these are in order, this will complete our synod required audit. This needs to be done by June.
If you can help, please call Brian Fenstermacher at 215-529-9118!
The INreach Committee will meet on Sunday, May 5th at 10:30am.
All interested folks are invited to attend!
Lawn Mowers Needed If you are able to help in mowing the church lawn, please sign up. You may mow the lawn yourself, or sponsor the mowing ($75). A sign-up sheet is located on the bulletin board in the Narthex. You may also use Signup Genius. A copy of our lawn-mowing procedure is available from the church office.
If you have any questions, please speak with Paul Gerhart Jr. or Brian Fenstermacher
Thrivent Financial has been and hopefully will continue to be a source of funding for our church. We have received funding from Thrivent in a few ways. Choice Dollars are funds available to Thrivent members that have certain types of insurance. Members need to direct their choice dollars each time Thrivent gives them to you. I don’t think you can automatically have them always directed to Christ’s Lutheran Church. The other thing to be aware of is that these dollars expire after a period of time. If you have the required Thrivent insurance policy and receive choice dollars, I encourage you to check that your choice dollars have been directed and that they are not expiring. In the past the church was able to apply for funding for events and fundraisers and Thrivent would directly send the church money. Thrivent has changed this policy. The church can no longer apply for funding. Instead, Thrivent has created Action teams. Thrivent Benefit Members can apply for two $250 Visa gift cards per calendar year to fund activities and fundraising events. It is easier to be a Benefit Member than it is to receive choice dollars. Associate Members can apply for one $250 Visa gift card per calendar year. You can become an Associate member by purchasing any product from Thrivent or by paying an annual fee of $19.95. Applying for the Action Team cards can only be done on the internet through the Thrivent website at:
You need to create an on-line Thrivent account. If you don’t have on-line internet access, ask other members of the church to help you. Please contact Brian Fenstermacher for further information and assistance. In order for the church to continue to receive funding from Thrivent, we need our Thrivent members to help.
Evangelism The Committee on Evangelism, . . . shall try to restore those who have lapsed from active membership, bring new members into the fellowship of the church, and recruit, equip, & support members of the congregation for these activities . .
In honor of all our Easter Candy…
Prayer of Confection
God, we are grateful for this SWEET life you have given to us; it is BON BON. Forgive us when we FUDGE the truth, CANDY COAT issues of injustice, and
do not live according to your RECIPE for a faithful life. We are grateful that you don’t DESSERT us
when we are tempted to WAFFLE in our choices, or are in a JAM.
Help us to choose the right path. We know that your realm is like an UPSIDE DOWN
CAKE, where the first are last and the last first. Help us to live according to your ways which are
“SWEETER also than HONEY, and dripping of the HONEYCOMB.”
Trusting in your love, we offer our confessions and longings,
PRALINE in the name of Jesus, the Christ. Amen.
In the SWEET name of Jesus,
Nicole DeReiter Evangelism Chairperson
The OUTreach Committee will meet on Sunday, May 5th at 10:30am.
All interested folks are invited to attend!
In February we served a total of 138 Households: 93 Children, 180 Adults, 95 Seniors. During the month we also received 2,643 pounds of food donations. We’ve begun to receive some donations from the 40 Days of Food for FEAST calendar in last month’s Chronicles — Thank You!
We look forward to more donations throughout Lent and into the Easter season. We are grateful for any and all contributions, both food and financial. Thanks also to Jason Mease who donated a gently used refrigerator. It is such a blessing! Thanks Jason!
The following items would be most appreciated:
Coffee & Tea Canned fruit - all varieties
Canned Vegetables Canned soup
Juice—all varieties Salad Dressing Breakfast Bars
Mashed Potatoes Rice & Rice Products
Condiments Paper Products
Please help us serve the folks in our community! Thank you!
To sponsor a coffee hour means: set up, baking (or
buying) goodies, and clean up. If you have any
questions, ask Susan Trainer or June Grove.
GIANT GIFT CARDS
Cash for Causes
Thanks to all who participated in our Giant Gift Card Program. All
monies received through this program benefit our social ministry projects. We’ll continue to participate each month (see the order dates below). The purchaser receives the FULL value of the gift card and the church receives 5%! Money is due upon receipt of the gift card. A sign-up sheet is located on the Narthex bulletin board.
Order by Pick Up at Church
April 28 May 5 May 26 June 2
June 30 July 7
For more information, speak with Deb Nace.
FREE Community Dinner April 4th* at 5:45pm
(Doors open at 5:15pm - 1st Thursday of the month)
Trinity Lutheran Church Hellertown Ave., Quakertown
STITCHES OF LOVE
The Quilters and the Stitches of Love groups
meet together! They meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7pm. They usually meet for about 1 to 2 hours at the most.
Whether you like to quilt, knit, crochet, or sew, you are welcome! Even if you don’t know how
to do any of these things, but are willing to learn, you are welcome!
ALL interested folks are welcome to join them
no experience is necessary!
The next Quilters & Stitches of Love gatherings:
Tuesday, April 9th at 7:00pm
CELC & VFW Bag Bingo Friday, May 17th
at the Trumbauersville
Fire Co. Doors open at 6pm
Games begin at 7pm Prizes: Vera Bradley & thirty-one bags/purses
For tickets, call the church (215-536-3193) or Paul Gerhart (215-536-4043)
Aluminum Can Recycling
Our Recycle Bin for aluminum cans, bottles and cat food cans is located next to the shed in the corner of the parking lot.
Please note that we recycle ONLY aluminum cans/bottles and cat food containers. We DO NOT accept steel cans, dog food cans or plastic bottles.
All proceeds from recycling are used for mower gas and lawn maintenance.
on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday nights at 6:30pm in the fellowship hall.
Easter Sunday April 21, 2019
Our annual Easter Breakfast is set for Sunday, April 21st in our fellowship hall. It will take place after the 9am worship. Please join us!
Easter Egg Giving Tree
Once again we offer our heartfelt thanks to all who donated so far to our Easter Egg Giving Tree. We are still collecting items through April 7th!
All items will be distributed through FEAST and the Bucks County Opportunity Center to benefit needy children in our local area.
Thanks for your continued support — we couldn’t do all that we do without YOU!
Deb Nace Social Ministry Chairperson
Others Have . . .
Why shouldn’t we?
Throughout the years, many of our members have remembered God’s ministry at Christ’s Lutheran Church through their wills. Their gifts have benefitted and sustained a ministry for all of us.
Now it’s our turn to benefit and sustain future generations by putting the church in our Wills. Through prayer and faith, we encourage every member of Christ’s Lutheran Church to ask God to direct you in this important matter.
May Book Club:
By Invitation Only by Dorothea Benton Frank
Wednesdays in May at 7:30pm May 1st, 8th & 15th
Books available in the Narthex for $10 each
By Invitation Only is a tale of two families, one struggling to do well, one well to do, and one young couple—the privileged daughter of Chicago’s crème de la crème and the son of hard -working Southern peach farmers.
Dorothea Benton Frank offers a funny, sharp, and deeply empathetic novel of two very different worlds--of limousines and pickup trucks, caviars and pigs, skyscrapers and ocean spray--filled with a delightful cast of characters who all have something to hide and a lot to learn. A difference in legal opinions, a headlong dive from grace, and an abrupt twist will reveal the truth of who they are and demonstrate, when it truly counts, what kind of grit they have. Are they living the life they want, what regrets do they hold, and how would they remake their lives if they were given the invitation to do so?
The UPreach Committee will meet on Thursday, May 2nd at 8:00pm.
All interested folks are invited to attend!
Sunrise Worship Sunday, April 21st
at Christ’s Lutheran
Easter Egg Hunt
All children are invited to join the Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday. The younger children will hunt in the sanctuary and the older children will participate in a treasure hunt on church property. We’ll gather after the Breakfast.
2019 Average Sunday Worship Attendance
February 43 Year-to-date 42 # of members who attended
worship in February: 78
Wednesday, April 3rd 8:00pm
If you are willing and able to
sing in the choir, join us for
practice on April 3rd!
For more information,
speak with Cathy
$5 per lawn sign They are available in
the church office.
Once again Easter postcards, like the one pictured here, will be available for you to use in inviting at least two people to worship on Easter. Please hand these cards to folks you want to invite to worship!
Please help us share the important story of God’s Son rising from the dead on Easter morning!
For more information, please speak with Nicole DeReiter.
Dear GOD: I want to thank You for what you have already done. I am not going to wait until I see results or receive rewards; I am thanking you right now. I am not going to wait until I feel better or things look better; I am thanking you right now. I am not going to wait until people say they are sorry or until they stop talking about me; I am thanking you right now. I am not going to wait until the pain in my body disappears; I am thanking you right now. I am not going to wait until my financial situation improves; I am going to thank you right now. I am not going to wait until the children are asleep and the house is quiet; I am going to thank you right now. I am not going to wait until I get promoted at work or until I get the job; I am going to thank you right now. I am not going to wait until I understand every experience in my life that has caused me pain or grief; I am thanking you right now. I am not going to wait until the journey gets easier or the challenges are removed; I am thanking you right now. I am thanking you because I am alive. I am thanking you because I made it through the day’s difficulties. I am thanking you because I have walked around the obstacles. I am thanking you because I have the ability and the opportunity to do more and do better. I’m thanking you because FATHER, YOU haven’t given up on me.
~ Author Unknown ~
Yours in Christ, Susan Trainer
Vera Bradley & 31
Christ’s Lutheran Church, Trumbauersville and the
John Rivers Memorial VFW Post #11322, Q-town
is hosting a Vera Bradley & thirty-one Bingo on
Friday, May 17, 2019 at the Trumbauersville Fire Co.
We need local individuals, organizations & businesses
to sponsor the bingo prizes. All the names of sponsors
will be prominently displayed in the bingo hall as well
as on the prizes themselves. The value of each bag or
purse ranges from $40 to $100.
To donate a bag or purse, complete the form and send
it with your check to
Christ’s Lutheran Church, PO Box 569, Trumbauersville, PA 18970.
Checks should be made payable to:
Christ’s Lutheran Church
Deadline to sponsor a prize is May 6, 2019.
I would like to contribute $ ______.00 to support the Christ’s Lutheran Church and John Rivers Memorial VFW Post #11322 Bingo.
Donated by: ___________________________
In loving memory/honor of: (circle one) _____________________________
Don’t forget — our Vera Bradley & 31 Bingo will be May 17th at Trumbauersville Fire House
PLEASE PRAY FOR: All Buds Richard Bambu Matthew Bernabei Black Family Dorothy Brinkman Ellen Brown Susan Casey Mary Jane Fitzgerald Jessie Fluck George Ford Elda Fox Lester Fox Margaret Fraser Evelyn Gerhart (Paul) Paul Gerhart, Sr. Tommy Green Leonard Godshall Vicky Griffin Derek Heller Joe Horvath Allen Keller & family Clyde Keller Brenda Kern Sharon Kresge Kowalcheck Family Tina Kulp Chuck Kyle Kim Mallery Betty Nace Dean Niemenski Walter Orlowski Eugene Ortt Gerald Parvin Annabelle Reith Steve Reutingler Peggy Rickert George & Mary Roberts Miriam Schaub Edith Sigmans Jess Slaughter Larry Sweigart Tim Walter Utter Todd Walter Ed & Judy Ware Bob Wilkins Clifford Wolf Brandy Young Pr. Jeff Ziegler
The families of Leon Gallie, Michelle Goodwin, Doris Oeschlager, Daniel Pierson, David Haines & Robert Ross
Our Military Personnel: Nicholas Bitting, Trevor Brown, Cedric Crowder,
People will remain on the prayer list for a month. Please notify the church office if someone needs to be included beyond that time.
It’s helpful to use prayer list forms.
Christ’s Lutheran Church has
You may sign-up to be a worship assistant: usher, greeter, lector, lay liturgist, acolyte, & altar guild! You may also sign up to sponsor Coffee Hour, Flowers and bulletins! You may also sign up to bring something to our Easter Breakfast or sell our Easter candy!
If we don’t yet have your email, please send it to the church at firstname.lastname@example.org! Thanks!!
If you have any questions, feel free to talk with Amy Ruscavage who helped us set it all up.
As always, we invite you to come out and join us for fun, fellowship, and perhaps a little learning too! We will rehearse at 7pm on the following Mondays: April 15th, 22nd & 29th. For more information, please speak with Marguerite Wilkins or Cathy Heller.
Stitches of Love
Stitches of Love wants to remind you that Prayer Shawls are FREE! If you know of someone in need of prayer, simply take a prayer shawl and give it to them. We just ask that you sign your name & at least the receiver’s first name on the sign-up sheet in the narthex. We like to keep track of how many prayer shawls we’ve given away.
First Holy Communion
will be received on Palm Sunday,
April 14th and Maundy Thursday, April 18th!
Midweek Lenten Worship
Potluck Soup Suppers will begin at 6pm each Wednesday night during Lent. A Bible Study devotional time will begin at 7pm.
The theme this year is Sermon on the Mount. Each week we will look a little deeper into the themes we’ve used on the previous Sunday in Lent.
Please join us when you can! We look forward to worshiping with you
during this Lenten season!
April 14th Palm Sunday
Worship & First Communion 9:00am
Sunday School 10:30am
April 18th Maundy Thursday
Worship w/ Holy Communion 7:00pm
April 19th Good Friday
Ecumenical Worship 12:00pm
at First UCC, Q-town
Tenebrae Worship (Here) 7:00pm
April 21st Easter Morning
Sunrise Worship w/ Communion 6:00am
Easter Worship w/ Communion 9:00am
Easter Breakfast 10:30am
Children’s Celebration after breakfast
Lenten / Easter Schedule:
Sermon on the Mount
This worship series for Lent takes us through some of the
most familiar teachings of Jesus from his Sermon on the
Mount in Matthew 5-7 and relates them to the events
surrounding Christ’s life, death, and resurrection. In the
process, the services will powerfully reveal that the cross itself
is the ultimate sermon on the mount for our journey of faith
Join us as we celebrate Jesus’ resurrection with joy and laughter on Sunday, April 28th! Holy Humor Sunday gives us an opportunity to
continue the spirit of rejoicing as we come to an even deeper understanding of the risen Lord through our encounter with humor in worship!
This is a NO EXCUSE Sunday because: Pillows will be placed in the pews for those who say “Sunday is my only day to sleep in.” We will have hard hats for those who say, “The roof would cave-in if I ever came to church!” We’ll have blankets for those who say it’s too cold and fans for those who say it’s too hot. Doctors and nurses will be in attendance for those who plan to be sick on Sunday. We’ll open the windows for those who like to seek God in nature. There will be TV dinners for those who can't go to church and cook dinner too. Golf clubs will be available for practice swings for those who like to golf on Sunday. Finally, we’ll try to find a Christmas poinsettia or an Easter lily for those who have never seen the church without them.
Bring your sense of humor and join us for a celebration of God’s love shown in the miracle of the resurrection. This is the time to express our joy and share our laughter, for as mother Teresa said: “Joy is prayer. Joy is strength. Joy is love. The best way to show my gratitude to God is to accept everything, even my problems, with joy. Never let anything so fill you with sorrow as to make you forget for one moment the joy of Christ risen!”
On Sunday, March 3rd, we celebrated the gift of God’s grace as
Izabelle Grace Fox & Annabelle Marie Fox
were Baptized in the name of the Father, Son & Holy Spirit.
Annabelle was born on Monday, May 19, 2014.
Izabelle was born on Tuesday, August 24, 2010.
Proud Parents: Michael Fox & Amanda Sanders
Big Sisters: Emma & Ella Fox
Godmothers: Stacey Fox and Katie Fox
Proud Grandparents: Darlene & Lester Fox
and Carole Sanders
May God continue to bless them all with his love!
Forget! Don’t forget to donate as you can! Extra copies of the 40 items needed in our FEAST Pantry in the church narthex.
For more information, please speak with Debbie or Gary Nace. Thanks!
slots for volunteers. If you are able to help, please
sign up at the place you are willing to sell. You may
sign up on the bulletin board or at Signup Genius!
Please consider helping!
Military Care Packages
The Evangelism Committee is sending care packages to our friends and family serving in the military. With the help of the VFW (who will cover the cost of postage), we are requesting donations of the following items:
doll clothes and outfits for their children. Her nurturing ways con-
tinued by sewing baptismal gowns and slips for each of her nine
Reflecting on their numerous travels, one favorite vacation was to
Greece for their son, John's wedding. It was in a small chapel on a
point of land East of Athens. Afterwards they toured Athens,
Santorini and Crete. Retirement has been busy for June. She enjoys
auctions, visits to her children and grandchildren, and she also likes
playing Mah Jong (an ivory tile-based game that was developed in
Recent genealogy research for June's family, the "Ferrill" and
"Faulkner's," has reached back as far as the 1500's! This research
revealed that her Grandfather was a Confederate Methodist Minister
during the Civil War. June and Jack have even searched a swamp
cemetery in Mississippi for his grave. While visiting Ireland they
found tombstones of another ancestor.
What’s next? June enjoys volunteering her time with coffee hour
baked goods, assembling newsletters, and countless other activities
that support the ministry of our church. We are certainly blessed to
have June as a member of our church family!
Submitted by Pat & Nicole DeReiter
THANKS! A big thank you to our youth and their parents for a delicious and fun night out at the Over 60 Dinner celebrated on March 16th! What a great job!
God Bless You, The Over 60 Bunch
PRAYER PILLOWS Needed!
Every year we give prayer pillows to all 3-year-olds in September. Our supply is getting low. We are in need of folks who are willing and able to sew the pillows. It is a very simple project & lessons can and will be given.
We are also in need of kid-friendly cotton fabric. One yard of fabric actually makes two pillows.
If you are able to help in any way, please speak with Pastor or Amy Ruscavage.
The churches of the Southeastern PA Synod (the 5 county Philadelphia area)
gather in assembly for fellowship and to conduct the business of the church. We’ll be represented by 3 delegates: Pastor Carolann, Susan Trainer, and Linda Niemenski.
This year’s assembly will take place on Friday and Saturday, May 3-4 in Franconia.
The following people also made donations to our Memorial Fund in loving memory of Nancy Hepler:
The total amount received so far in loving memory of Nancy is $200.00
Hearts in Motion Mission Trip
Hi all! In August I have the opportunity to travel to Zacapa, Guatemala with a non-profit group called Hearts in Motion through my occupational therapy program at Temple University. We are looking to collect a list of things to bring with us to help provide the best services possible and it would be greatly appreciated if you are able to donate any of the following items!
We will need: Old luggage (to pack donations and leave in Guatemala) Cane/crutch tips Canes, Crutches, Walkers for pediatric and adult sizes Ace bandaging Wound care supplies (gauze, paper tape, scissors, etc.) Theraband Children’s books and toys Shoes (preferably solid black — it’s what they wear to school)
If you have any questions please send an email to email@example.com
Thanks in advance for the donations and support! Sarah Daley