|OWLs - Older Wiser Lutherans|
|OWLs are members of Immanuel age 55 and over. They are young at heart "seniors" - Christian folk who give a hoot! No business meetings, officers, or dues. Come join in the fun and fellowship!|
On Sunday, September 19 Pastor Kuhl will present a program on his "A Road to Ministry". The presentation will be followed by a light supper. This event will be in the great room from
4:30 to 6:30 P.M.
On Thursday, October 21 a trip is planned to visit a cheese factory and Amish bakery in Clare, Mi. Departure time in the morning to be determined.
In December the traditional Christmas caroling both in town and out of town is planned. Dates and times to be determined.
The traditional monthly devotion at Medallion continues every third Tuesday. Pastor Boyer gives a scripture reading and a short sermon. Singing is lead by Rich Wrobleski on the guitar and with OWLs members and residence joining.
Jeanette Bach plays the piano for the residence three times a month during their lunchtime on the first, second, and fourth Tuesdays of the followed by a half hour of games. On occasions, Jeanette would like assistance. Please seriously consider helping when able. See a committee member.
Movie showing (in Medallion dining room) is another activity in the planning stages. Another area where help will be needed,
|Celebrating the Years
Once a month we gather to make phone visits to those who are celebrating birthdays of 70+ Yrs, as well as
couples who have been married 50+ years. May God’s richest blessings continue to flow to our seasoned
Worship Anew Media is now publishing the fine devotional, HOPE-FULL LIVING. Get more information on these resources at www.WorshipAnew.org.
Spiritual enrichment for all ages, but especially for seniors: Use your daily devotion guide, Portals of Prayer. Each issue contains a treasury of prayers along with the daily readings.
Members of the OAM committee: Doug Forsberg - chairman, Richard Wrobleski, Pastor Albert Bahr, Sally Rievert, Fran Davis, Barb Neuman, and Vic and Kathy Engelhardt.