Reformation - Our Savior Lutheran Church

Reformation - Our Savior Lutheran Church

october 2012

The Lord is my rock and my fortress and

my de- | liverer,*

my God, my rock, in whom I take refuge,

my shield, and the horn of my salvation,

my | stronghold.

I call upon the Lord, who is worthy | to be


and I am saved from my | enemies.

In my distress I called upon the Lord;

to my God I | cried for help.*

From his temple he heard my voice,

and my cry to him | reached his ears.

The Lord lives, and blessed | be my rock,*

and exalted be the God of my sal- | vation—

For this I will praise you, O Lord,

among the | nations,*

and sing | to your name.

Glory be to the Father and | to the Son*

and to the Holy | Spirit;

as it was in the be- | ginning,*

is now, and will be forever. | Amen.

Psalm 18:2 —3, 6, 46, 49

Festival of the


October 28

Reformation Festival

Sunday, October 28 th

Worship Service • 9:30am

Rouse up your spirit to stand firm in the faith;

Sing with the Choir, Bells, and Instruments,

“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God!”

Bible Classes • 10:45am

(All Sunday School & Adult Classes WILL MEET as usual)

followed by... LutherFest!

Beginning at NOON, in the Gym & Cafeteria, enjoy our MENU of —

Schnitzel & Bratwurst (provided by the Fellowship Board & Trustees), and it’s

POT LUCK for ALL the SIDES & DESSERTS! So bring your favorite German dish to

add to the table... Sauerkraut, Noodles, Potato Salad, Strudel, you name it! (Just bring it to

the cafeteria before the worship service.)

Alpenfest will get us singing & dancing, while kids and everyone else can

have fun playing games and doing activities throughout the gym.

This year, we will celebrate Martin Luther’s love of the Psalms,

and our doorprizes will include some good Lutheran books, music,

and more!

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Meet Our Elders...

My name is Mel Derong, and God has blessed me to serve as an elder for our church.

I was born and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana. I was reared at St Paul Lutheran

Church in Shreveport. I graduated from Texas A&M with a civil engineering

degree in 1976. I also graduated from the University of Houston with a MBA in

1981. I have lived in Houston/Katy since attending A&M. I work in the natural

gas pipeline industry. My wife and I have been members of Our Savior since 1982.

My three children are also members. Prior to serving as an elder, I was on the Board

of Parochial Education for a number of years. I enjoy playing softball in a 50+

league, reading history, attending A&M home football games, and am active with

the Boy Scouts. My elder zone includes zip codes 77449, 77450, 77492, 77493,

77469, 77478, 77459, 77410, and 77478.

My name is Alvin Fritsche. I am a native Houstonian,

born at St. Joseph Hospital in 1940. I was baptized

by Dr. John W. Behnken at Trinity Lutheran Church in the old Gothic sanctuary

on Riesner Street. I attended school at Trinity and was confirmed by Dr. Oliver

R. Harms in the present sanctuary in 1955. I’m a 1959 graduate of the original

Lutheran High School and a 1964 graduate of the University of Houston. I served

for six years in the U. S. Navy as a hospital corpsman, two years of the six spent

attached to the Marine Corps.

My ancestor, Peter Fritsche, immigrated to Texas from Germany with Rev. Jan

Killian on the ship Ben Nevis in 1854. Both Peter Fritsche and Rev. Killian are

buried in the St. Paul Lutheran Church cemetery in Serbin, Lee County, Texas.

In June of 1963, I married Cheryl Barnes, my wife of nearly 50 years, at Trinity,

Downtown. We have been blessed with four children; three sons and one daughter, and

nine beautiful grandchildren. We have been members of Our Savior since 1995.

I retired in 2009 after 40+ years in construction sales. My interests are duck, goose,

and deer hunting, fishing, travel and art. I am an artist; my oil paintings include landscapes, still lifes and harbor/

boat scenes. My paintings hang in the DaVinci Gallery in Tomball, Texas.

It has been my pleasure to serve as an elder at Our Savior for members in the 77091 elder zone, many of whom

are my neighbors in Candlelight Oaks. I especially enjoy serving as a communion assistant.

My name is Lonnie Roesel. I was born in Houston, Texas. I am a lifelong Missouri

Synod Lutheran. My wife, Lovera and I have been members of Our Savior for

15 years. Our two daughters and their husbands and our five granddaughters are

also members. I have been in the welding equipment business for 42 years and

have traveled worldwide. I have had the pleasure of having Lovera accompany

me on some of these trips and we also have a number of good friends in different

countries. I enjoy making calls in my elder district, including hospital calls and

calls on members that are in assisted living facilities and nursing homes. My elder

district is made up of the following zip codes: 77069, 77070, 77375, 77377 and


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OSL School News Serving Families for Jesus Christ

Chapel at OSL

Chapel for our Kindergarten – 8th grade students is held each

Monday morning beginning at 8:20 a.m. Our first chapel mission

project will be through the Lutheran Heritage Foundation. The

mission is called Mon Ami, Jesus: Sharing Jesus in Africa and Haiti.

We are also continuing our tradition of chapel families. Each of our

teachers, K-8, have a family of students in grades K-8. This gives

our students an opportunity to know other students that are not in

their class, and our older students are able to help the students in

younger grades during the chapel service.

Oktoberfest Is Almost Here!

Saturday, October 20, 2012 - Get Ready to join the fun! – The PTL

will be selling Oktoberfest tickets after church each week, beginning

September 30th. Get $11.25 worth of tickets for $10, plus enter your

name in the drawing for special prizes.

Raffle Tickets

OSL Oktoberfest Raffle this year is bigger & better! For a $5 raffle

ticket you will be entered to win one of the following three prizes:

iPad 64 WiFi + Cellular with $200 Apple Gift Card, $500 Walmart

Gift Card, or a Houstonian Trellis Spa Package. The raffle will be

held during Oktoberfest, Saturday, October 20th at 2:00 pm, but

you do not have to be present to win. Buy your tickets early! After

the service on September 30th, we will be downstairs outside the

Bible Class Room.

Live & Silent Auction Items

The silent and live auctions are key parts of OSL School’s Oktoberfest

fund-raising efforts. We need good auction items for the live and

silent auctions! We are looking for all kinds of auction items:

restaurant gift certificates, tools, cameras, hotel getaways, kids

toys (bikes, scooters, doll house), basically anything you would like

to buy at an auction yourself! If you have a great business contact

or if you have an item to donate, this is most definitely a worthy

cause! Time is short. We would like to have all auction items turned

into the school office by Friday, October 1st. If you have auction

items or ideas, please contact Amy Adams at (713) 485-6267 or at

National Junior Honor Society

Congratulations to Conner Norris, who received the Citizen of the

Month for August, 2012.

NJHS officers for 2012-13:

President Kristen Moehlman

Vice President Amber Reyes

Secretary Rebecca Wood

Reporter Ayrton Payne

Eaglet (Early Childhood)


Oasis for Children will be here on September 27 at 10:00 a.m. to

present to the children a program call Mother Goose is On the Loose.

The children will be taken on an imaginary trip to Mother Goose Land

in search of Mother Goose.

Eagle Happenings

10/2 – 10/5 .......Outdoor education 6th grade

10/8 ...................Columbus Day - No school; extended care only

8:00 – 5:00

10/13 .................HLAC City Playoffs @ Trinity Klein

10/20 .................State Volleyball Tournament @ Salem, Tomball

10/20 .................Oktoberfest 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

10/25 .................Parent conferences 2:45 – 7:00 p.m. – early

dismissal @ 2:30 p.m.

10/26 .................Parent conferences 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. No

school; extended care 8:00 – 5:00.

LHN Homecoming BBQ — Oct 19!

Enjoy a delicious Mikeska’s BBQ dinner of succulent smoked chicken,

beef brisket, coleslaw, potato salad, green beans, and scrumptious

brownies! This wonderful dinner is served at Lutheran High North (1130

W. 34th St, 77018), from 5:00 PM to 6:45 PM. Pre-sale dinners are $12;

At the door $15. New online payment option:

(click on the Parents tab at the bottom, and then Homecoming BBQ

Tickets link in the blue box), or contact Cathy Byers 832-594-6160.

Afterwards, watch the battle between the LHN Lions and the Westbury

Christian Wildcats. So don’t delay, make your reservations early!

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Food, Live & Silent Auction, Games, Booth Activities, and much more.

Our Savior Lutheran School

Saturday, October 20, 2012

11am - 3pm

5000 W. Tidwell

Houston, TX 77091

Live Auction @ Noon







iPad 64 WiFi + Cellular with

$200 Apple Gift Card

$500 Walmart Gift Card

Houstonian Trellis Spa Package

You do not need to be present to win.

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As Diana Stachowiak retires, she trains Hope in taking

care of the needs of our OSL family.

Hymn of the Month

As a Lutheran, the month of October is always very meaningful. What’s

really exciting is the festival of Reformation. This festival reminds us of so

many things: A man’s courage and trust in God to go up against the most

powerful church in the world and declare its fallacies; God’s way of bringing

His church back into the light; and the beginnings of a church body of which

we are proud members.

When one thinks of hymns for Reformation, “A Mighty Fortress” most

certainly comes to mind. Martin Luther, among being a Bible Scholar and

teacher was also a great hymn writer. He wrote many hymns, all used to teach

and spread the gospel to people around the world. You may take notice that

every hymn we sing in the Learn By Heart series, was written by Luther in

order to teach the six chief parts of the catechism. Luther once wrote, “If any

man despises music, for him I have no liking; for all music is a gift and grace of

God, not an invention of men. Thus it drives out the devil and makes people

cheerful... Next to the Word of God, the noble art of music is the greatest

treasure in the world. It controls our thoughts, minds, hearts, and spirits.”

In what has become known as the “Battle Hymn of the Reformation,” Luther

constantly reminds us of two things— First, that the devil is real, and second,

that God has given us the power to conquer him with His Word in the name

of Jesus. Verse 1 begins with the assurance that God is our fortress. He is

our protection and our strength. Verse 2 reminds that we cannot do this on

our own. Jesus, “the valiant one,” is fighting for us in this battle we face.

The ending of this verse also reminds us that the victory is already won.

Verse 3 brings home the harsh reality that the devil is alive and active, eager

to devour us. The verse also tells us that there is no reason to be afraid. One

little word, JESUS, can fell him. Verse 4 finishes with the fact that Jesus has

done everything needed for our salvation. Nothing we have in this world

can save us. “Goods, fame, child or wife, let these all be gone, they yet have

nothing won.” God’s kingdom remains forever!

In addition to this hymn and our catechism hymns, Luther also wrote such

hymns as “From Heaven Above to Earth I Come,” “Lord, Keep Us Steadfast

in Thy Word,” and “To Shepherds as They Watched by Night.” As we sing

the great hymns of the church, let us remember that we are singing the Word

of God. Let us rejoice and make music to the Lord.

Welcome Hope Edmondson...

Hi, I am Hope! I am the new part-time receptionist. I

have been around OSL since 1993. My two sons Chuck

& Jojo Resendez attended OSL school & LHN. I was

active in room mother and PTL board functions until

they graduated high school. I joined OSL in 1997.

My first career was very interesting. I owned a corporate

legal defense consulting firm for 18 years. I investigated,

evaluated and mediated complex high profile corporate

litigation for over 28 years.

This summer I returned from a two year sabbatical near

Castroville & Hondo Texas where I explored my German

and Dutch ancestry. I am glad to be back in my primary

home of 17 years located near the church.

My family and extended family, (in particular Kaden my

3 yr-old grandson) are my greatest joy.

Adults ages 50+

2012 Trip Schedule

Nov. 3 (Saturday)

"Anne Get Your Gun"

Crighton Theater






Oct. 13 (Saturday)

Scarecrow Festival

Chappell Hill, TX

For more information contact:

Cindy Wright – ph. 281-583-9228 or Janice Jolley – ph. 281-414-6565

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H L F L A C T I V I T I E S & U P C O M I N G E V E N T S

SIGN-UP for National Life-Chain, Sun. Oct. 7, 2012

Life-Chain is a peaceful & prayerful public witness

of pro-life Americans all across our country, standing

for 90 minutes praying for our nation & for an end

to abortion. It is a visual statement of solidarity by

the Christian community that abortion kills children

& that the Church supports the sanctity of human

life from the moment of conception. Houston

Lutherans For Life & OSL are coordinating a group

to join the Chain from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at

Champions Forest @ FM 1960 W. Please contact

Gary Schmidt if you & your family would like to

participate. (713-582-1490 or

(previous Life-Chain at FM 1960 at Champions Forest)

HLFL NEEDS your HELP for 40 Days For Life!

Houston Lutherans For Life is proud to support The

Houston Coalition for Life during this Fall’s

International 40 Days for Life campaign - to be held

at Planned Parenthood of Houston & Southeast

Texas' new abortion mega-facility at 4600 Gulf Frwy.

HLFL has agreed to staff the vigil between 6:30 AM

and 6:30 PM on Monday, October 8, 2012 (Columbus

Day). We are looking for a minimum of 3

volunteers for each two-hour shift. To sign up for

your time to peacefully stand or sit & pray, please

contact Gary Schmidt (713-582-1490 or

Mission Statement: “Equipping Lutherans to be

Gospel-motivated voices For Life!”

Interested in becoming a member of HLFL?

God calls us to be faithful, and there are many ways

you can get involved. Maybe you take part in one

of the “Social Action” events we participate in, or

perhaps become a part of our speakers bureau

where we make presentations to local Lutheran

Groups and Congregations. We know how

imperative it is we understand and share God’s

Word on issues like Abortion, Adoption, After the

Abortion, Biotechnology, Chastity, Contraception,

Creation, Christian Responsibility and End of Life

matters. We can help you Þnd some way to plug-in,

that Þts into your Life. Please contact Janice Jolley

for more information or to join. Phone -

281-414-6565 or e-mail -

Let HLFL Speakers address your next group!

Houston Lutherans For Life is prepared to present a

variety of “Special Presentations” on Life Issues.

We address Adult Groups, Youth Groups, Bible

Classes, School Classes or Assemblies. We realize

how important it is for all of us to understand the

value of life and learn the Biblical basis of how God

views all life as precious. We would love to be a

resource to your group as a powerful, Biblical, prolife

voice. Through this study, God, through His

Word, can change hearts and through them

transform society. Here are some of the

presentations we offer:

¥ “The Mission, Message and Manner of Lutherans For

Life” (10 min.; Jr. High School to Adult.)

¥ “Lutherans For Life – Who Are We?” (25 min.; Jr. High School

to Adult.)

¥ "Biotechnology 101: A Primer" (45 min.; High School to Adult.)

¥ “The Basics on Advance Directives” (25 min.; Adult.)

¥ “God’s View of the Value of Life” (12 min.; Grades K-8)

¥ “God’s Knitting Room” (10 min.; Grades K-8.)

¥ “For Life” (35 to 60 min.; Jr. High School to Adult.)

Zion Lutheran in Tomball Hosts Life Seminar

Zion Lutheran Community Seminar Series presents

LUTHERANS FOR LIFE on Saturday, October 27,

2012. Zion Lutheran Church is located at 907 Hicks

Street, in Tomball, Texas 77375 (ph-281-351-5757.)

In today's world, we hear about the "Life Issue". It

is not simply an issue among many issues being

debated in the political arena, and it is not just the

abortion issue. The Life Issue certainly involves the

scourge of abortion but also many other matters,

such as harvesting stem cells, in vitro fertilization,

Advanced Directives ("Living Wills"), and questions

concerning end of life medical care. Houston

Lutherans For Life will be presenting on a variety of

topics to help equip us as Faithful Christians in this

world so focused on darkness and death.

Zion would sincerely appreciate your advance

registration for this Seminar so that the volunteers

at Zion Lutheran Church can insure there is enough

coffee, juice, fruit, donuts, and chairs for everyone.

Please register by email to


8:15 a.m.: Registration, Donuts and Coffee

8:45 a.m.: "Lutherans for Life - Who Are We?”

9:45 a.m.: Break

10:00 a.m.: "Biotechnology 101: A Primer"

10:45 a.m.: Break

11:00 a.m.: "Martin Luther on the Life Issues"

11:45 a.m.: Break

12:00 Noon: "The Basics on Advance Directives"

12:25 p.m.: Questions and Answers

1:00 p.m. Adjournment

Share this important information TODAY!

To quote OSL’s Rev. Dr. Laurence L. White from a

speech he gave nearly 14 years ago in California:

“America will not turn from the

path of destruction until the

Christians of this land stop

blending in and going along. We

cannot allow ourselves, our

churches to be used and abused

by politicians, by political parties.

God is not the mascot of the

Republican Party. God is not a

Democrat. God is not even an

American, which may come as

something of a shock. But of this

one thing, we can be absolutely

certain, the Lord God Almighty

hates the murder of innocent, unborn children.”

¥ “Sexual Purity” (45 min.; Grade 6 to High School.)

¥ “Martin Luther on the Life Issues” (45 min.; Jr. High School to


For more information or to book your event please

contact Mike Jolley (713) 542-9400 or

The November election is just weeks away. Be sure to

share the important information in this pamphlet with

Christian Voters you may know. Available at the LFL

Display rack outside the church ofÞce.

Soli Deo Glori

(Jan Case, Jim & Ethelene Marshall, Liz and Fredrich Hinkle, Johnny Blake)

Mike Jolley


President - Houston Lutherans For Life

Houston Lutherans For Life, October 2012

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The following memorials were given to the glory of

God to Forward Faithfully, unless otherwise noted,

in loving memory of ...

Helen Eckert ............................

Dixie Hahn - Emergency Assistance Fund

Mildred Holeman

Stuart & Lorie Moehlman

Odell & Dorothy Street

Young at Heart

Linda Gerke .............................

Circle of Grace

Dixie Hahn- Circle of Grace

Mildred Holeman

Marjorie Schmidt.........................

John & Betty Bobo- Emergency Assistance Fund

James L. Cruse

Alan & Sandy Fritsche

Jeanelle Lee- OSL School Scholarship

Martha Markert

Geneva Wilson- OSL School Scholarship

Ed Struckmeyer ..........................

James & Grace Albritton

Bob Connett

Dixie Hahn- Young at Heart

Lonnie & Lovera Roesel

Delton & Bernice Weber

Bob & Pat Wottrich- Lutherans for Life

William Gordon (Ola Mae Synnott’s brother) ....

Dixie Hahn- Emergency Assistance Fund

Mitch Page (Brenda’s husband) ...............

Dixie Hahn- Young at Heart

Martha Markert

James Stringer (Paul Stringer’s brother) .........

Alan & Sandy Fritsche

Jeanelle Lee- OSL School Scholarship

Laurence Wedel (Marvin & Virginia Evers’ cousin) . .

Marvin & Virginia Evers- Lutherans for Life

Dolly Gurrola (Joe Ytuarte’s sister) .............

Alan & Sandy Fritsche

Jeanelle Lee - OSL School Scholarship

Melvin Miller

Honorariums ............................

for Lyle & Karen Schmidt’s 50th Anniversary

given by Al & Cheryl Fritsche

Alan & Sandy Fritsche

Gary & Beverly Hintz

Dean & Barbara Mushinski

Joel & Di Robinson

for Helen McGee’s 95th Birthday

given by Mildred Holeman

Circle of Grace

for Matthew Synnott’s Ordination into the holy

ministry of LCMS

given by Dixie Hahn - Circle of Grace

Membership Changes

Elders Meeting — September 18, 2012

Transfer In:

Todd & Michelle Henke, Logan, Cameron, Joel & Allyson

from Memorial, Houston; 21107 Golden Sycamore Trail,


Transfer Out:

Beverly Harvey to Prince of Peace in Pineville, LA

Stephen & Nina Skinner & baptized children Matthew &

Rebecca to Memorial, Houston

Requested Release:

Frank & Althea Wright


Marjorie Merle Lindsey Schmidt - September 14

Dear OSL Family —

From the bottom of our hearts, we want to thank you,

our brothers and sisters in Christ, for your love and

many kindnesses extended to us during Ed’s last battle

and beyond. You helped make his transition from earth

to heaven a little smoother. God bless you all.

Sue Struckmeyer & daughters


One of our shut-ins is looking for a house-mate in a

nice Tomball home. This would be free rent in exchange

for help. She is still fairly independent but some help

is needed. For more information please contact Pastor

Simcak at 832.229.4481.

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Our Savior Lutheran Church + 5000 W Tidwell Rd + Houston, TX 77091-4633 + 713.290.9087 +

October 2012

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

7 LWML Sunday

8:15 AM Bible


9:30 AM Matins

10:45 AM Sunday


12:00 PM SS

Teachers Mtg-A101

2:00 PM LWML

Zone Rally- CH/BC

6:30 PM Sr Youth


8:20 AM School


6:15 PM


6:30 PM Potter's


8 Columbus Day 9

No School

8:00 AM

Extended care


9:00 AM Joseph's

Guild of Colors-


6:15 PM


7:00 Adult Info



8:15 AM Bible Newsletter



9:30 AM

8:20 AM School

Communion Chapel

10:45 AM Sunday 6:15 PM



12:00 PM Laudate 7:00 PM Adult

6:30 PM Sr Info class - BC




8:15 AM Bible 8:20 AM School



9:30 AM Matins 6:15 PM

10:45 AM Sunday Evangelism


7:00 PM Adult

12:00 PM Info class - BC


Study Session - BC

6:30 PM Sr


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8:15 AM Bible Cl

9:30 AM


10:45 AM Sunday


12:00 PM


6:30 PM Sr Youth


8:20 AM School


6:15 PM


7:00 PM Adult

Info class - BC



11:00 AM 6:30 AM Men's

Circle of Grace- Bible Study-BC


10:00 AM Bible

7:00 PM Class-BC

Church Council- 12:00 PM


Bulletin Deadline

7:00 PM Night 5:45 PM FAST



6:45 PM FAST


8:20 AM

School Chapel

8:30 AM Braille

7:00 PM



6:30 AM Men's

Bible Study-BC

10:00 AM Bible


12:00 PM

Bulletin Deadline

5:45 PM FAST


6:45 PM FAST




6:30 PM 6:30 AM Men's

Trustees Bible Study-BC

7:00 PM Elders 10:00 AM Bible

mtg-BC Class-BC

12:00 PM

Bulletin Deadline

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6:30 AM Men's

Bible Study-BC

10:00 AM Bible


12:00 PM

Bulletin Deadline


7:00 PM

Parochial Ed-



6:30 AM Men's

Bible Study-BC

10:00 AM Bible


12:00 PM

Bulletin Deadline


8:00 AM SIP-ER

4:00 PM Prayer

Request printing


5:30 PM


6:15 PM Carillon

7:15 PM


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7:00 AM Men


11:00 AM Bon




8:00 AM SIP-ER 9:00 AM

4:00 PM Prayer Joseph's Guild

Request printing of Colors-LWML


5:30 PM


6:15 PM Carillon

7:15 PM



8:00 AM SIP-ER

4:00 PM Prayer

Request printing


5:30 PM


6:15 PM Carillon

7:15 PM




8:00 AM SIP-ER

2:30 PM Early

School Dismissal

2:45 PM



4:00 PM Prayer

Request printing


5:30 PM


6:15 PM Carillon

7:15 PM




12:00 PM

Young at Heart-


No School



8:00 AM

Extended care


9:00 AM

LWML Joy Day-


11:00 – 3:00




9:00 AM Choir


A=Gym/Cafeteria; B=Early Childhood Ctr; C=Classrooms; BC/East Rm=Church office level; Italic=not @ OSL

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Those To Serve October 2012

1 6:15pm - EVANG: Don Kaiser / Ed Eckert / Thomas Dennis

7 9:30am - ACOLYTES: Kearyn Bolin / Madison Almaraz

9:30am - CARTS: Stephens Team

9:30am - ELDERS: Brian Nitsch / John Pate / Gerald Hooper / Mike Jolley

9:30am - GREETERS: David & Nancy Carter / Kevin & Laurie Clothier

9:30am - SOUND: Greenwood

9:30am - USHERS: Cherington Team

8 6:15pm - EVANG: Paul Stringer / Jeanelle Lee / Morris Priddy

14 9:30am - ACOLYTES: Brandon Armstrong / Eli Fischer

9:30am - ALTAR GUILD: Smithson Team

9:30am - CARTS: Kriegel Team

9:30am - COMM. ASST: Brian Nitsch / Gerald Hooper / Ed Eckert / Herb Peterson / John Pate

9:30am - ELDERS: Brian Nitsch / John Pate / Gerald Hooper / Mike Jolley

9:30am - GREETERS: Beverly George / Dorothy Street

9:30am - SOUND: Kenward

9:30am - USHERS: Schoppe Team

15 6:15pm - EVANG: Alan Fritsche / John Pate / Victor Riewe

21 9:30am - ACOLYTES: Giselle Lopez / Brooke Homfeld

9:30am - CARTS: Gavin Team

9:30am - ELDERS: Brian Nitsch / John Pate / Gerald Hooper / Mike Jolley

9:30am - GREETERS: Bo & Diane Guevara / Brian & Stephanie Wiese

9:30am - SOUND: Whiting

9:30am - USHERS: Hall Team

22 6:15pm - EVANG: Alvin Fritsche / John Hoffmeyer

28 9:30am - ACOLYTES: Erich Eifert / Luke Gerard / Casie Carr / Cynthia Crabtree / Joshua Martens

9:30am - ALTAR GUILD: Noble Team

9:30am - CARTS: Gerard Team

9:30am - COMM. ASST: Brian Nitsch / Gerald Hooper / Ed Eckert / Herb Peterson / John Pate

9:30am - ELDERS: Brian Nitsch / John Pate / Gerald Hooper / Mike Jolley

9:30am - GREETERS: Bob & Carol Fehrenkamp / Jeff & Darcy Skweres

9:30am - SOUND: Lankford

9:30am - USHERS: Oberndorfer Team

29 6:15pm - EVANG: Russ Wernli / Ken Wright / Amanda Crabtree


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1 Bella Adams

Gene Lazarine

James Moody II

2 Fred Yaggi

3 James Leitner

Robert Sanford, Jr.

4 Jake Davila

Cristina Farley

Leah McDaniel

Bert Rhodes

5 Kevin Hobart

Benjamin Horstman

Keelynn Rehm

6 Levi Leaton

Piper Nitsch

Ruth Schmidt

7 Ashlyn Bigger

Tammy Broadway

8 Chad Greenwood

Sue Kriegbaum

Eva Nitsch

9 Randy Bishop

Emily Bohls

Michelle Wakefield

10 Eddy Geddes

Andrea Morgan

Jennifer Schoppe

Arlene Wottrich

12 Tony Bessette

Diane Kemnitz

Bella Lara

Jaelen Linné

Susan Synnott

13 Kevin Boerger

Linda Cherry

Cheryl Erickson

Joy Hall

Mildred Holeman

Seeton Pollock

Thomas Wamble, Jr.

Jeff Wright

14 Chris Hayes

Jessica Moehlman

Angie Nitsch

15 Bob Klar

Louise Morrow

Maria Noack

Mike Pittel

Miriam Riewe

Adam White

16 Pamela Flayler

Paula Jones

Darrell Newbury

Grant Rankin

Anthony Veserra

Christian White

17 Kiel Freeman

Dana Gerard

Annie Shephard

Aaron Tannert

18 Bill Cook

Todd Henke

Julie McLarry

19 Alan Lee

Michelle McNutt

Matthew Sommerlatte

Marilyn Taylor

20 Ryan Dodge

Joey Lazarine

Buddy McSpadden

Diann Sowell

Mary Sumner

Brad Whiting

21 Cody Berry

Pretty Cunningham

Heidi Gerke

Edjuan Green

Gene Kunkel

22 Brittany Maki

23 Cameron Bennett

Pam Hubbard

Sarah Jewell

Naressa Vezey

24 Jason Berry

Donald Dawson

Abigail Fischer

Fenny Valka

Naomi Waiser

25 Sasha Richter

26 Elson Held

Aaron Kettler

JoJo Resendez

Preston Rhodes

Debbie Wunderlich

27 Bauer Burttschell

Emily Smith

Paul Stringer

28 Christopher Cooper, Jr.

Victoria Foty

Robert Held

Gus Hillegeist

Sue Pittel

29 Bill Bauerkemper III

Oliver Biehle

Colin Davis

Isabella Farley

Rayne Lankford

30 Kristi Addison

David Amezcua




Dr Laurence L White, Senior Pastor

Rev Andrew Simcak Jr, Visitation Pastor


Jeff Armstrong,

Minister of Music & Junior Youth

Lance Gerard, Principal

Loretta Supercinski, Office Manager

Barbara Mushinski, Publicist

Hope Edmondson, Office Associate

Sandy Fritsche, Accountant

Cheryl Straker, School Secretary

Lynette Cherington, ECE Director

Dawn Kenward, Gabriel Project


Worship Sundays at 9:30am

Sunday School at 8:15 & 10:45am

Church: 713.290.9087

Fax: 713.290.0224



5000 W Tidwell Rd

Houston, TX 77091

October Birthdays

School: 713.290.8277

School Fax: 713.290.0850

Office Hours:

8:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Thursday

8:00am-4:00pm, Friday

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Our Savior Lutheran

Church & School

5000 W. Tidwell Rd

Houston TX 77091-4633

Serving Families for Jesus Christ

Return Service Requested

New Adult Information Class

Starting Monday, October 8th

7:00 - 8:30 pm, in the Bible Class Room

(approximately 12 weeks)

Babysitting will be provided

*Article entry deadline is October 15 for November’s issue

Non-Profit Org.

U S Postage


Houston, TX

Permit No. 7553

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