Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity
09 October 2022
Whoever Humbles Himself Will Be Exalted
“Do not put yourself forward in the king’s presence” (Prov. 25:6–14). Rather, take the lowest position at the table. Humble yourself before Him. For your place is not for you to take but for Him to give. Conduct yourself with all lowliness and gentleness, bearing with one another in love (Eph. 4:1–6), that the King may give you glory in the presence of those at the table with you. “For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted” (Luke 14:1–11). Is this not the way of Christ? He is the one who took the lowest place, who humbled Himself even to the point of death for us. He is now exalted to the highest place at the right hand of the Father that penitent believers may be exalted together with Him in the resurrection. To the humble at His Supper He says, “Friend, move up higher,” giving you His very body and blood for your forgiveness that you may ascend to take part in the great wedding feast which has no end.
Altar Flowers are given by Mr. and Mrs. Eric Crucitti in honor of their 29th anniversary.
Pastor Meyer is in Maryland this Sunday for the baptism of his grandson, Alexander Thaddeus Meyer. Pastor Meyer will return Monday evening. Thank you to Seminarian Paul Norris for leading the Office of Matins today.
The Family of Ed Browne would like to thank the members of Immanuel for their prayers, meals and other support during his convalescence.
Church Office will be Closed Oct 13 -17 – Stacy will be attending her grandson’s baptism in Texas.
Ladies’ Night Out- It’s S’more Fun with Friends! Ladies of Immanuel are invited to gather around the fire for chili, gourmet s’mores and fellowship on October 21 from 6:00-9:00 pm . Save up your calories and join in the fun under the shelter in the Vicarage yard. Can’t make it at 6:00? Come when you can. Make your reservation on the signup sheet posted by the church office. Questions or want to help? Contact Leslie Bilyeu, 812-249-5671 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers Needed to run the iPad playing the organ. Volunteers should be communicant members of Immanuel, age 18 years or older. Training provided. Sign up sheet on the bulletin board outside the parish office or contact Kris Wineinger at email@example.com to volunteer.
Issues, Etc. …The Book of Exodus has been called the Gospel of the Old Testament. How is the account of God’s deliverance of his people from slavery in Egypt the key to understanding the Old Testament? How is Christ present in the Book of Exodus? We’ve completed a six-part series of interviews on the Book of Exodus with Dr. Reed Lessing, author of the new book Deliver Us: God’s Rescue Story in Exodus. In this series, you will discover deep Biblical insights that will renew your understanding of the entire Old Testament. The entire series can be found at https://issuesetc.org/thebookofexodus/.
This Week at Immanuel
Today Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity
- Sunday School /Adult Bible Class, 9:00 am
- Choir Rehearsal, 9:45 am
- Matins, 10:30 am
- Immanuel Book Club, 10:00 am
- Study of the Book of Concord, 7:00 am
- Choir Rehearsal, 6:00 pm
- Westminster Bible Study, 1:30 pm
- 6th Annual Brat Trot, 8:00 am
Next Sunday Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity
- Sunday School/Adult Bible Class, 9:00 am
- Choir Rehearsal, 9:45 am
- Divine Service, 10:30am