Marion Hill

Evangelical

Lutheran Church


 

1809 B. Ave.

White City, KS 66872

785-482-3830

Sunday School 8:30am

Sunday Worship 9:00am

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WELCA  


Marion Hill WELCA meets on 

July 22 at 2 pm or July 24 at 7:30 pm.

Watch for an email if the July 22 date is adopted.

  


                 



     We had a workday and lunch at the church on Sunday, June 23, following morning worship.  Audrey Arends was really instrumental in organizing and keeping us focused on this day.  Steve Shepard coordinated with Audrey in regards to what we needed to do and had so many supplies and equipment available.  Although we did not cut the trees out on either side of the church entry, we cut branches so that Junior Anderson will be able to get rid of them at a later time.  We did, however, trim the two trees on either side of the church towards the south end.  We also trimmed the bushes on three sides of the church.  Several went into the cemetery and cut trees out of bushes and areas that have sprouted up.  One tree along the pasture row to the south of the cemetery had actually fallen over sometime recently, and we took care of that, too. We left piles to haul away. 

Audrey had sloppy joes and buns, as well as water for all us.  The rest of us brought sides.  As usual, we had plenty.

 


 

Whether it is making certain we have music for church, reading lessons, altar flowers, candles replaced, communion wine and wafers available, communion service prepared ahead time, ushers, communion and altar attendants, Marion Hill members step forward to complete the task. Attending church, having children at Sunday School, and, of course, monetary support are all so vital to the life of Marion Hill. This past Sunday Audrey Arends provided music for the Swinney funeral and Phyllis Rhinehart set up tables and beverages for the event. Four WELCA members tended the refreshment table following the service, and multiple members provided the refreshments. Galen Johnson and Steve Shepard orchestrated parking. Thanks to the Marion Hill family coming together to promote God’s work.

 

Whether it is making certain we have music for church, reading lessons, altar flowers, candles replaced, communion wine and wafers available, communion service prepared ahead time, ushers, communion and altar attendants, Marion Hill members step forward to complete the task. Attending church, having children at Sunday School, and, of course, monetary support are all so vital to the life of Marion Hill. This past Sunday Audrey Arends provided music for the Swinney funeral and Phyllis Rhinehart set up tables and beverages for the event. Four WELCA members tended the refreshment table following the service, and multiple members provided the refreshments. Galen Johnson and Steve Shepard orchestrated parking. Thanks to the Marion Hill family coming together to promote God’s work.

Happy Birthday to .........


  Derek Schrader    Henry Blain Atley Johnson, Jason Pratt   Jean Anderson  Colton Johnson   LoJean Oleen Kent Oleen  Whitney Pickett Bill Pickett   Cole Boisseau  Terra Hummel

Terri Anderson 

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        SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL 

          GOD'S  CHILDREN 

         every Sunday, 8:30 AM.

Since this is a multi-age program with one teacher, we will start "small" and then if we need to expand time or other aspects, we will.


A short lesson, activity, music, and treat are part of the experience. Anyone with Sunday School materials or ideas is welcome to share those with Cynthia Schrader.




TOMAH SHINGA SUMMER CAMP WISH LIST There are many needs here at camp and we are so grateful for any and all donations we receive. Please see the lists below for our current needs.
If you feel moved to donate items or monetary funds for us to purchase these items, please contact Ben at tomahshinga@gmail.com.
Items Needed for Operation Items Needed for Programming
1. Mini Vans 1. Hammocks
2. Large Air Compressor 2. Open fire cooking equipment
3. Category 1 Brush Hog 3. Griddle
4. Zero Turn Lawn Mowers 4. Gallon cans white or colored paint
5. Silverware (125 sets) 5. Potting soil
6. Professional Cooking Knives 6. Tie dye materials
7. Printer 7. Glue
8. Wasp/Bug Spray 8. Markers
9. Paper Towels/Toilet Paper 9.Paint brushes
10. 40 Gallon Heavy Duty Trash Bags 10.Battery-powered CD player 11.Bug Nets 12. Caterpillar Tongs
13. Tennis balls, Hula hoops
14.un Toss-able Items (i.e. Rubber Chickens)


TOMAH SHINGA SUMMER CAMP WISH LIST There are many needs here at camp and we are so grateful for any and all donations we receive. Please see the lists below for our current needs.
If you feel moved to donate items or monetary funds for us to purchase these items, please contact Ben at tomahshinga@gmail.com.
Items Needed for Operation Items Needed for Programming
1. Mini Vans 1. Hammocks
2. Large Air Compressor 2. Open fire cooking equipment
3. Category 1 Brush Hog 3. Griddle
4. Zero Turn Lawn Mowers 4. Gallon cans white or colored paint
5. Silverware (125 sets) 5. Potting soil
6. Professional Cooking Knives 6. Tie dye materials
7. Printer 7. Glue
8. Wasp/Bug Spray 8. Markers
9. Paper Towels/Toilet Paper 9.Paint brushes
10. 40 Gallon Heavy Duty Trash Bags 10.Battery-powered CD player 11.Bug Nets 12. Caterpillar Tongs
13. Tennis balls, Hula hoops
14.un Toss-able Items (i.e. Rubber Chickens)

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1809 B Ave.
White City Kansas 66872
USA