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FROM THE CHURCH ARCHIVES

NEWS FROM THE “REDEEMER HERALD”  

FROM  MAY,  1933


The evangelical Lutheran church of the redeemer

70th st. and avenue H.    Houston, Texas

“the little church, the big welcome”

 

TEXAS SYNOD MEETS

The Evangelical Lutheran Texas Synod of the United Lutheran Church in America meets in Miles, Texas, May 7-9, in Trinity Lutheran Church of which the Rev. Reich Peterson is the pastor.  Our congregation will be represented by Pastor Kern and Mr. William Goebel.  Pastor Kern is the secretary of the Texas Synod.  A report of the Synod meeting will be made at the morning service on May 21st.  The Sunday School on May 7th, will be conducted by the assistant superintendent, Mr. P.M. Vickers, and the Morning Service will be conducted by members of the Vestry.  Give these men your support.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MOTHER’S DAY PICNIC PLANNED to be held in Mason Park

Plans for a proper observance of Mother’s Day, on May 14th, have been made by the Sunday School and Church.

The plans in brief are to convene the Sunday School at 9:30 instead of 11:00 O’clock.  All families and individuals are asked to bring only enough lunch for themselves and friends invited by them.  Immediately after the Morning Service, the entire Sunday School and Church membership will proceed to Mason Park, where we will eat lunch together in the open.  In the afternoon, there will be races, contests, games and a free-for-all baseball game.  Various prizes will be offered.  Mr. P.R. Boebel is in charge of the program.  The Sunday School workers will make a special effort to get all parents, especially the mothers, of all S.S. children to be at the Morning Service and the picnic.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------THE PIANO IS PAID FOR

Let everyone chime in on the doxology!  The thorn in the flesh has been removed.  The piano is paid for.  It was bought in October, 1930 and cost $450.00.  We were allowed $95.00 on our old piano and Mr. Kirschke gave the church the benefit of $95.00 credit with the piano company which he won in a contest.  Several individuals kept paying a dollar a month on the debt.  Recently, the Brotherhood came to the rescue and with the help of the Women’s Missionary Society and the Sunday School, paid it off.

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LADIES OFFER GERMAN SUPPER

Here is a treat for you.  With Mrs. Ritzen as “menu mistress”, you will be offered a German Supper!  There will be “Schweinebraten, u.s.w.”  A promise has been made by our Scandinavian members to serve a herring supper later; and Irish stew for Irish members!  The date is Tuesday, May 23rd, beginning at 6:00 P.M.  The cost  -- ONLY 25 cents.

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LUTHERANS AND AMERICA

It was a Swedish Lutheran who rang the Liberty Bell on the great day when the Declaration of Independence was signed.

The first Protestant minister to give his life on American soil was Rev. Jensen, Lutheran.

The first book translated into the original American language (the Indian) was Luther’s Small Catechism.

The first Protestant minister ordained on American soil was the Rev. Justus Falkner, a Lutheran.

The first treasurer of the United States was a Lutheran by birth.

The funeral service of Benjamin Franklin was held in Zion Lutheran Church in Philadelphia.

 

This “Blast from the Past” was contributed to the Fold by Bobby Maxwell    

July 02, 2020

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