Calvary Connect Contemporary Worship
Calvary Connect contemporary worship is taking place Sun., Oct 13 at 10:30 a.m. in the gym. Connect is a very casual service where all are invited to dress comfortably, enjoy donuts and coffee, and hear God’s word. Questions? Sam Troemel ( ).
Second Helpings Volunteer Opportunity
Second Helpings is a service organization located at 1121 Southeastern Ave in Indianapolis that provides culinary job training and hunger relief through rescued food. Volunteer Oct 17, 11:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. with other Calvary women and men for a tour at Second Helpings, eat lunch, and help with food preparation. To sign-up or get more info, Rosie Blazek, or 317-885-9426 by Oct 10 as only 10 volunteers can be accommodated at one time. Second Helpings is also being supported through Calvary’s 52nd Annual Holiday Bazaar Nov 9, 2019.
Facilities Work Day
The Facilities Team needs your help from 8:00-11:00 a.m. on Sat., Oct 5. We will be moving metal items from Calvary to Lutheran High School for recycling. We are in need of trucks or trailers to move several items: chairs, racks, light fixtures, desks and other items. Meet in the south parking lot near the barn.
Calvary Bazaar Silent Auction
We need your help to make the Bazaar a great success. If you or someone you know or the company you work for is willing to donate an item (in working condition) or service that can be placed in the silent auction we can raise more money for Calvary (chairs and speakers for the gym), Second Helpings, and Mike Rowe Foundation. Check out some of this year's Silent Auction donations online! You can find the bazaar page on the Calvary website at clcs.org/bazaar. Donation forms can be picked up at the Women in Mission table in the cafe and given to the church office. We must have all items by Oct 20. Check out details or volunteer at clcs.org/bazaar.
Thursdays, 6:30 pm, at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, 5171 W Smokey Row Rd, Greenwood, 46143. There is no cost to attend these weekly faith-based grief support classes, which include videos by grief experts, group discussion, help and encouragement. Classes are not sequential. For more info, contact JoAnn Heasley, (317) 679-5430,
Lakeview Ministries Women’s Retreat, Sept 27-29
Main speaker, Amy Meyer, will be helping explore this year’s theme: Worth Full Value, based on Luke 13:10-13. Spend an incredible weekend of renewal and rest at Camp Lakeview, with hiking, crafts, campfires, naps, laughing, coffee, zip lining, sunsets, hot tubbing, new friends, truth, love, and more, for only $110. For details or to sign up, lakeviewministries.camp/women.
Blankets for Babies
Our last date this month is Thurs., Sept 26 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the cafe. It's fine to come late or leave early. Questions? Susan Daniels 317-882-3691
In September, Calvary is supporting the needs of many through The Sharing Place of Lutheran Child and Family Services by bringing boxes or individual serving size macaroni and cheese. Place them on the Extravagant Sharing shelves across from the center sanctuary doors. Bless others as you have overflowing blessings from our loving Savior.
Save the Date! Calvary’s 5th Annual Quilt-a-Thon
Oct. 1, 2019; 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Many volunteer positions open to fit your schedule. No experience necessary. Come for fun and fellowship. Questions? Mary Beth Wren (317-225-0300) or Judy Kirkland (317-885-8512). Pre-cut quilt top kits available.
PREPARING FOR SURGERY
Jennifer LaMar, friend of Pattie Bardonner (Sep 23)
RECOVERING FROM SURGERY
Dayton Williams, brother-in-law of Art & Joy Wehrmeister
STRENGTH AND HEALING
Midge Clark; Patti Gonterman; Glenda Roundtree; Susan Housley, friend of Margie Mason; Donnie Murphy, CLS parent; Donna Hansen, mother of Marv Hansen
GOD’S ONGOING CARE
Margie Mason; Tracey Smith; Chris Hiatt; Connor Miles; Janelle McCoy; Bonnie Brink; Eugene Keller; Gloria Banuelos, mother of Maria Stevenson; Richard Tandy, father of Shannon Frank; Kathy Marks, friend of Ellwyn Parks; Steve Moore, brother of John Moore; Norman Parks, brother of Ellwyn Parks; Crystal Salmon, niece of Eugene Keller; Rylan Reese, grandson of Margie Mason; Norma Crawl, mother of Mike Carpenter; Nicole Munoz, friend of Beckie Hudson; Nancy Torrence, mother of Christy Gerken; Rachel Cox, sister of Rebecca Carow; Bob Oaks, brother-in-law of Matt Francis; Fred Morales, friend of Steve & Barb Sorgius; Ronnie Anderson, brother-in-law of Margie Mason; Kelly Parrish, friend of Margie Mason; Lenore Jung, mother of Mark Jung; Judy Irwin, friend of Margie Mason; Angie Verrill, friend of Margie Mason; Jaden Ingalls & Paula Spears, friends of Jim & Kristen Schwark; Chris Harrison, friend of Julie Sessions; Wilma Cross, friend of Kyle Jones; Joe Bennett, uncle of Heather Evans
Tony Reese, son of Margie Mason; Marsella Dickmeyer, aunt of Mike Carpenter
FOR THOSE WHO MOURN
Family and friends of Kimberly Pride (Sep 13)
For the birth of Emmett Allen Cheatham, grandson of Jay and Kirsten Springer (Sep 16)
FOR GOD’S MISSION
For the work of Wycliffe Bible Translators
Connor Combs (NY); Jacob Lesage (TX); Grant Behning (AL); Corey Langhammer (CA); Chaplain Bill Yates (DC); Michael Van Arsdel, grandson of Glory Van Arsdel (deployed); Tommy Austin, friend of Erin Woempner (deployed); Ryan Oaks, nephew of Matt & Joely Francis (US); Adam Mohr, grandson of Phil Driver (TX); Braden Wilson, son-in-law of Danielle Burris (deployed); Dylan Bruner, nephew of Patty Rothkopf (US); Anthony & Joseph Fox, grandsons of Anita Fox (AL); Nicholas Haviland, nephew of Steve & Laura Currier (CA); Mathew Giertz, godson of Rich Wilson (US); Andy & Rachel Miller, son & daughter-in-law of Mike & Susie Emmelman (VA); Colton Wilson, Caleb & Japheth Hougesen, grandsons of Rich Wilson (US); Austin Turner, nephew of Glenda Roundtree (WA); Wayde Cochran, great-nephew of Steve & Pattie Bardonner; Rich Hougesen, son-in-law of Rich Wilson (US)
OUR YOUNG AT HEART
Bud Wiser; Trish Peck; Grace Wolf; Eunice Strietelmeier