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NOVEMBER

CHAPEL CHIMES growing in faith...sharing Gods love


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Sun/Nov 3: 9:30 am Sunday School; 10:30 am Worship ~ All Saints Day, communion; YF lunch & lesson after church Wed/Nov 6: 6:00-8:00 pm, Womens Bible Study at Sue Kosters; Deadline to buy tickets to Gladbrooks Holiday Happenings (Nov 18) Thurs/Nov 7: 1:30 pm UMW, thank oering; 7 pm Cantata practice at Garwin UMC Sun/Nov 10: 9:30 am Sunday School election; 10:30 am Worship; Childrens Church, Jace Hlas & Kyan McBride; Operation Christmas Child boxes due Mon/Nov 11: 2 pm Veterans Day Service at Westbrook Acres; 6 pm, Cub Scouts Wed/Nov 13: 6:00-8:00 pm, Womens Bible Study ; 7 pm Cantata practice at Garwin UMC Fri/Nov 15: Newsletter items due Sun/Nov 17: 9:30 am, Sunday School; 10:30 am Worship Mon/Nov 18: 6:30 pm, Holiday Happenings; entertainment by Johnson Family; Connie Appelgate, Karen Handorf or Claire Handorf for tickets Wed/Nov 20: 6-8 pm, Womens Bible Study Thurs/Nov 21: 7 pm Cantata practice at Garwin UMC Sat/Nov 23: 6 pm, YF dinner Sun/Nov 24: 9:30 am, Sunday School; 10:30 am Worship; Harvest Home potluck, rolls & drink furnished by UMW (Carolyn Kloster, Claire Handorf, kitchen; Karen Handorf, Lois Groth, decorations); Hanging of Greens; poinsettia orders due to Lois Groth; 2 pm Westbrook Acres Thanksgiving service sponsored by NW Tama County Ministerial Association Mon/Nov 25: 9 am, Newsletter committee; 6 pm Cub Scouts Tues/Nov 26: 5-7 pm, Tree Lighting at Gladbrook; Festival of Trees upstairs in City Centre Wed/Nov 27: No Womens Bible Study Thurs, Nov 28: Happy Thanksgiving

I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me. St. John 10:14 I like the story that the late Tip ONeil tells on himself. ONeil had a chance encounter with a man while waiting in an airport. After a few minutes, the man said to ONeill, Say, you dont recognize me, do you? No, I really dont think so, said the Senator. You see, said the Senator, I am so well known. I have this big shock of white hair and this large red nose, and Im on the TV news two or three times a week. A lot of people recognize me, but I cant keep track of all the people I meet. Who are you? The man answered, We met at a dinner party about six weeks ago in Washington D.C. My name is Robert Redford! Im so glad that someone besides me has diculty with names. Tip ONeill may not have known your name, my good friend, but God does!! God is intimately involved with His world and in the lives of each of His children. I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me. St. John 10:14 See you soon! Pastor Dean Kelly

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H AY RI DE F U N !
An all-church hayride was held Sunday, October 6, starting out at Chapel at 4 pm and ending at Dan and Tricia Steens lovely home by Union Grove Lake. The coolness made for perfect hayride weather. Dan & Sarah Beane pulled two wagons, lled with nearly 50 people, around the lake on the way to our destination. Some of us eagerly sipped hot cider and coee while sitting on Steens large deck while others were around the bonre. Besides Dans grilled brats and hot dogs, we enjoyed chips, baked beans, pumpkin roll-ups, Halloween party mix, pop, and bars. A big thank you to the food committee, Janice Collins, Carol Lamer, Karen Handorf, and Tricia Steen, and a special thanks to YFers, Logan Burt, Tyson Strayer and Noah Thurston for comingIt was a great night of fellowship, fun and food with friends!

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Everyone was eager to enjoy the beautiful autumn evening on a hayride!

Great food & fellowship awaited the group at our hosts home! Thanks to the Steens for providing a beautiful destination!

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Womens Bible Study The Women's Bible Study group continues to meet on Wednesday nights from 6:00-8:00 pm at Sue Kosters home. They are discussing and watching the video by Beth Moore entitled Daniel. No meeting on Nov. 27, and we will nish the study on Wed, Dec. 11. Pictorial Directory Many of you have been asking when Chapels pictorial directory will be ready. It has been sent to the printer so we are waiting for it to be returned to us. Thank you for your patience We think you will like the nished directory! Veterans Day Service The Gladbrook American Legion Auxiliary is hosting a Veterans Day Service at Westbrook Acres on Mon., Nov. 11th, 2 p.m. Veterans present will be honored with a poppy boutonniere and their name and branch of service announced. There will be patriotic music, including the service songs and refreshments. Public is invited.

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Projection Details A big thank you to the projectionists who so faithfully provide us with visuals and tapes each Sunday. As a courtesy to them, it is very helpful to have your items to the projectionist before, or at least during, the Sunday School hour so that nal adjustments may be made prior to the worship service. Thank you.

CROP Walk Our Chapel youth helped with the annual CROP walk on October 6, which is sponsored by the NW Tama County Ministerial Association. Participants were from Gladbrook UMC, Peace UCC, Lincoln Salem and Chapel. A big thank you to Chapel who donated $692. Over $2500 was raised this year in our communities!

Sunday School Election The Sunday School elections will be held Sunday, November 10, at 9:30 am. Responsibilities will start on January 1, 2014, and the election will include Sunday School Superintendents ( Vaugn Kloster, John Richter, Dan Steen, Lynn Handorf); SS Treasurer ( Rick Trooper Andrew Steen was awarded a new Bessman ), and SS Secretaries award, the Outstanding Service Award, in (Shirley Svendsen, Karen Handorf, recognition of his bravery & community LeAnn Fleming, Carol Lamer). If the service to Sioux Falls. Congratulations and elections go smoothly, there will well deserved, Andrew! probably be time for regular SS Conner Appelgare, a sophomore at Avon, Ohio, was attendant for Homecoming Court. classes to be held.

Bob Wiese, cataract surgery October 3 Cheri Richter, recuperating from surgery for torn minuscus Family of Fritz Fulster, funeral was October 4 Nancy, Tammy Backo s friend, kidney, lung & bone cancer Mort Kellogg, in hospital again; Cindy Krulls father Pam Flemings great niece, recovering from heart surgery Ross Iversons brother, stomach tumor shrinking LaRae Appelgate Little, recuperating from heart valve surgery Jim Glover, broke some ribs during fall; Claire Handorf s father Donna Lynch, had angiogram on leg Oct 22, possible leg stent, in AZ Family of Ginny Glover, 88, who passed away Oct 22 in Jeerson City, MO; Claire Handorf 's step mother Family of Ralph Juhl, Waverly, who passed away October 11; Bill Ormstons brother-inlaw Safety of farmers

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Harvest Home Sunday Everyone is invited to gather after church on Sunday, November 24, for a potluck meal to celebrate Gods many blessings this year. Please bring your own table service and potluck. The UMW will provide drink and decorations. UMW committees include: Decorations: Karen Handorf & Lois Groth; Kitchen: Carolyn Kloster & Claire Handorf. We hope you can all stay afterwards to decorate inside and outside for Christmas!

Conner is on the JV & varsity football team. Proud grandparents Merlyn & Connie Appelgate attended the parade and game. John & Katie Richter purchased a home in Conrad Congratulations! Congratulations to Wade and Stacy Raymond, who were married October 12. Owen Collins, 10, shot his rst deer on his rst shot! Ron Groth gave a meaningful sermon October 13, Laity Sunday, on I Had a Dream. Jesus is the shortcut! Ross & Beverly Iverson were instrumental in starting the Van Orman House for single, needy women & children in Marshalltown. PTL for other Chapel people who have adopted rooms there.

CH RI S TM A S I S C O M I N G !
Christmas Family Project If your family is in need of a food box and/or gifts for your children this Christmas season, or if you know of someone in need, pick up an application on the narthex table. Applications must be returned by November 20.

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Christmas Cantata The Garwin/Chapel communities will present a cantata, Bethlehem Lights, on Sunday, Sun/Dec 1: Hanging of Greens should December 15, at both Garwin UM and Chapel (10:30 am). Practices are 7:00 pm on Oct 30, be done before 9:30 am; 9:30 am, Advent Nov 7, 13, 21, 26 and Dec 5 & 11. Study during SS (Dec 1-22); Childrens Poinsettia Orders If you would like to give a poinsettia in honor or memory of someone, please contact Lois Groth by Sunday, November 24. They will be displayed at the front of the sanctuary during the holiday season. There will be forms in the bulletins on November 17 and 24 along with extras in the narthex. If you have questions or to place your order, please contact Lois Groth, 641-750-4005 or 641-499-2557. Hanging and Dehanging of the Greens Hanging of the Greens will be done following our Harvest Home potluck on November 24. Everyone is encouraged to participate, but the following Sunday School classes will chair certain areas: The Adult II class (Shirley Svendsen): put out nativity set. The Adult I class (Kathryn Burt), plus the Jr. High & High School class: decorate sanctuary tree, put up garland/lights in sanctuary and put garland on ramp ledge. The M&M class (Tricia Steen): decorate the Fellowship Hall tree and put up inside & outside nativities. The Parenting Class (Dee Burt): put out bulletin board cloth and decorate narthex. Lois Groth & Janice Collins: wreaths on east sanctuary wall The first Sunday of Advent starts on December 1. The Dehanging of the Greens needs to be completed before Sunday School on Jan. 5, 2014, by the same Sunday School classes. Kids Shopping Day Preschool & elementary children may shop for free Christmas gifts for their families, and you may provide used items for their shopping experience! Also, we would love your extra gift bags for easier wrapping. Please put items in the decorated box in the narthex. Deadline is Sunday, December 8. We hope Chapel children will join in the shopping fun on Saturday, December 14, at Gladbrooks Peace UCC Church. Also, enjoy soup at the Memorial Building 11-1. Operation Christmas Child We hope you are buying small items for Operation Christmas Child. The shoe boxes and other forms are on the narthex table. Boxes are due either in the narthex or the Fellowship Hall on Sunday, November 10. If convenient, please put a rubber band around the box and include $7 for postage; if not, we just appreciate the gifts you have given to a needy child in a foreign country. Thank you! All-Church Caroling Party The all-church caroling will be Sunday, December 8. We will meet at Chapel at 2:30 pm and then probably divide into two caroling groups. We will end the night at Zenos Pizza. Committees include: Darrel and Barbara Burt: make & distribute list of caroling order and times; call ahead to all those to whom we will carol. Please contact Burts if you have suggestions of people to carol. Karen Handorf and Cindy Ormston: boxes of candy Sue Koster: get song sheets and ask youth to lead caroling Cheri Richter: reserve Zenos about 6 pm Live Nativity on Dec 15 GMGs Christian Fellowship is sponsoring an evening of Christmas festivities on December 15th. Meet at the Garwin bandstand at 5 pm for caroling around Garwin, then enjoy the live nativity at the Christian Church at 6 pm, followed with soup and bars at 6:30 pm inside the church. Candlelight Service on Christmas Eve The nurturing committee will lead our candlelight service on Christmas Eve at 6:00 pm. It is always a very meaningful service. Please come!

Memorial Sunday Thurs/Dec 5: 1:30 pm UMW; 7 pm Cantata practice at Garwin UMC Sun/Dec 8: 9:30 am Advent Study; 10:30 am Cantata (30 min); 2:30 pm AllChurch Christmas Caroling, then Zenos about 6 pm; deadline for kids shopping gently used gifts Wed/Dec 11: 6 pm Final Womens Bible Study; salad supper at Sue Kosters; 7 pm Cantata nal practice at Garwin UMC Sun/Dec 15: 9:30 am Advent Study; 10:30 am Worship Thurs/Dec 19 or Fri/Dec 20: 7 pm, New Hopes Christmas production, music & drama but no dinner theatre Sun/Dec 22: 5:00 pm Christmas program Tues/Dec 24: 6:00 pm Candlelight Service by nurturing committee Before Sun/Jan 5: Dehanging of the Greens

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District Superintendent, Jackie Bradford, led Church Conference on Tuesday, October 22, at 7 pm at Gladbrook UMW. The nominations committee presented their slate of ocers at the meeting. Committees MUST meet before January 1 and elect leadership. This information is required by the conference by December 31, 2013. Please let Ann or Sue know whom you elect as your committees chairperson as soon as possible! Work Area on Nurturing Ministries [Worship Committee) Gives attention to educational, worship, and stewardship components of ministry and plans Memorial Day Service at cemetery, arranges schedule for childrens sermon, acolytes and organize graduation recognition: Allen Burt, Claire Handorf, Tammy Burt, Cheri Richter, Bill Backo, Phil Collins Work Area on Witness Ministries [Evangelism] Gives attention to evangelistic outreach to persons, membership care, spiritual formation, communications, lay speaking ministries, and witnessing through the sharing of personal and congregational stories of Christian experience, faith and service. Organize Lenten & Advent studies, recognition for Mothers/Fathers Day: Lynn Handorf, Dan Beane, Kathryn Burt, Tricia Steen, Vaugn Kloster, Jay Beichley Work Area on Missions Gives attention to local and larger community ministries of compassion and advocacy, church and societal issues, global ministries concerns, health and welfare ministries, Christian unity and interreligious concerns, religion and race and status and role of women: Dee Burt, Lori Somers, Cindy Krull, Linda Havelka, Doug Svendsen, Dan Beane Work Area on Age-Level & Family Ministries [Education] Gives attention to planning Family Night, Retreat Planning, V acation Bible School, Childrens Church , Fourth of July picnic, appoints Christmas Eve Program Committee, promotes church camps: Amy Bland, Lois Groth, Connie Buchman, Dana Rosacker, Carolyn Kloster, Janice Collins Staff/Pastor Parish Relations Committee Recognizes pastor during Pastor Appreciation Month, plans Laity Sunday, !s pulpit in pastors absence, meets regularly in best interest of our missions and pastor, mediates between members and pastor: Ron Groth, Carolyn Kloster, Karen Handorf, Cathy Vint, Lynn Handorf, Darrel Burt, Randy Beichley, Lay Leader Nominations/Personnel Committee Annua!y nominates members to ! expired terms of those serving on work-area committees; oversees other committees, worship personnel, !s vacancies as needed and conrms workers each year including: newsletter, ice cream social, nancial audit, memorial committee, musicians, music & owers, communion stewardesses, head ushers, nursery chairperson, cemetery recorder; annua!y reviews Jr. SS superintendents and conrms workers: Pastor Dean (chair), Lori Somers (standing member) Membership Committee, Barbara Burt, Lynn Handorf, Tina Mann, Connie Appelgate, Susan Beichley, Carol Lamer Board of Trustees Oversees maintenance of building and grounds: Leon Lamer, Chris Bland, Duane Mann, Dan Steen, Bill Havelka, Beverly Iverson Finance Committee 2013 Rick Bessman, Shirley Svendsen, Randy Beichley, Dean Kelly, Jim Fleming& & Membership Audit Committee Dean Kelly, Lori Somers, Jim Fleming At Large Administrative Council Members: Je Koster, Mike Vint, Matt Jackson, Connie Appelgate, Darrel Burt, Chuck Rosacker, Marvalyn Kelly, Stan Koster, Nancy Peshel, Donald Mann, John Richter, Karen Collins Youth Members (age 12-18): Garrett Groth, Jake Hlas% Young Adults (age 19-30): Jay Beichley, Siera Richter% Pastor: Dean Kelly Church Treasurer: Jim Fleming% % & YF Counselors: Doug & Marla Hlas% Lay Leader: Randy Beichley Newsletter Committee: Sue Koster Ice Cream Social: Chris & Amy Bland; Dale & Heidi Langenbau; Matt & Ann Jackson Advisory Dcor Committee: Lois Groth, Tammy Burt, Sue Koster Committee on Financial Audit: Mike Vint% % Membership Secretary: Lori Somers% Historian: Kathryn Burt Memorial Committee: Connie Appelgate, Donna Lynch, Shirley Svendsen UMW: (voted)% % % % % Volunteers: (voted)% Worship Leaders: John & Cheri Richter, Bill & Cindy Ormston, Mike & Cathy Vint, Randy & Susan Beichley, Doug & Linda Svendsen, Allen & Dee Burt, Vaugn & Carolyn Kloster, Darrel & Tammy Burt Musicians: Marcia Wiese, Susan Beichley, Kelly Newcomb; Kathryn Burt, Sue Koster, Marvalyn Kelly Praise Team: Sue Koster, Randy & Susan Beichley, Dee & Allen Burt, Claire Handorf, Barbara Burt, Cimber Strayer, Lori Somers, Siera Richter, Tricia Steen, Vaugn & Carolyn Kloster, Marvalyn Kelly Projectionists: Ron Groth, Linda Svendsen, Vaugn Kloster, Susan Beichley Music & Flower Committee: Jo Svendsen % % Nursery Committee: Barb Plaehn Communion Stewardesses: Patricia Cornwell, Carolyn Kloster Communion Servers: Dan & Tricia Steen, John & Cheri Richter, Vaugn & Carolyn Kloster, Cathy Vint Head Usher: Lee Cornwell% % % Greeter: Cathy Vint % % Nursery Chair: Sue Koster Cemetery Recorders: Merlyn Appelgate, Duane Beichley% % % % Advent Candles: Carolyn Kloster Childrens Church: Bill & Tammy Backo, Heidi Langenbau, Janice Collins, Janine Anderson Jr. SS Superintendent: Heidi Langenbau SS Secretaries: Karen Handorf, Shirley Svendsen, LeAnn Fleming, Carol Lamer SS Treasurer: Rick Bessman

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UMW % Chapel UMW met Thursday October 3, 2013, at the church fellowship hall. President Susan Beichley opened the business meeting at 1:30 pm. Roll cal l wa s answered by ele ven members telling what era they would have liked to live in. The minutes of the September meeting were read and approved. Correspondence was read from the House of Compassion, a thank you for a donation to their supply closet, and a thank you from the GMG Elementar y for the sweatpants purchased for them. Thanks were expressed from Jo Svendsen for cards sent to Dick at his recent hospitalization and from Marcia Wiese for cards sent to Bob at his recent eye surgery. T h e t r e a s u r e r s r e p o r t w a s presented and placed on file. There were no bills presented. % Kathryn Burt reported she purchased ten pair of sweatpants in assorted sizes for the e l e m e n t a r y ce n te r i n Gr e e n Mo u n t a i n t o b e u s e d i n emergencies. Marcia Wiese presented a spiritual growth report. She commented on the current situation with the government shutdown. She asked us to pray for our leaders to come to a conclusion. No cards have been sent since last meeting. % Kathryn Burt made, and Sue Koster seconded, the motion we give $ 50 each to the Tama C o u n t y Fo o d B a n k a n d t h e Marshall County Food Box as our projects for this month. Motion carried. % Sue Koster read a letter from First Baptist Church about their Judgement House in late O c t o b e r, a n a l t e r n a t i v e f o r families to a haunted house. She % Roll call was answered by also announced the ocers met eight members showing the oldest a n d p l a n n e d t h e n e x t y e a r s picture they had. The minutes of calendar. the September meeting were read % Chapel women are invited and approved. There was no t o G r e e n Mo u n t a i n U C C s correspondence. Jo Svendsen Ha r v e s t Breakfast o n expressed thanks for the cards Saturday ,October 5. Mission U sent to Dick at his hospitalization. will be the weekend of October % The treasurers report was 1 8 - 2 0, 2 0 1 3 a t M C C i n received and placed on le. There Marshalltown. were no bills presented. The ice % Pr a y e r r e q u e s t s w e r e cream social money has not been received. Susan Beichley closed distributed. the meeting with the scripture % Old business: Kathr yn verse for the month and prayer. Burt has located a running gear for % Sue Koster led a program the fla gpoles and the church with material from the parenting trustee president, Leon Lamar, is class, including a calendar with condent we can nd a place to prayer ideas and scripture verse store it. There wa s no ne w for every day of the month for our business. children and grandchildren. % Committee reports: % Hostesses Phyllis Mann Cards-there were ten cards sent in a n d Ma r c i a Wi e s e s e r v e d a Jul y, August and September; delicious pumpkin dessert on a Funomics - pay $ .25 if you have table decorated in a fall theme. received a u shot and $.50 if you % O u r n e x t m e e t i n g i s have not. Thursday, November 7, 2013, at % Pr a y e r r e q u e s t s w e r e 1:30 pm at the church. Hostesses received. Kathryn Burt closed the are Cindy Ormston and Janice meeting with a reading from Collins. The Thank Offering Lifes Little Instruction Book. program will be led by Shirley % Shirley Svendsen Svendsen and Phyllis Mann. Roll entertained with a word scramble call is to tell about a favorite with a fall theme and a quiz about letter/email/note you received. Halloween. % Kathr yn Bur t ser ved a Respectfully submitted, delicious pumpkin dessert from a Carolyn Kloster, secretary table decorated in a fall theme. Our next meeting is Wednesday, November 13, 2013, with election LCA of officers. Hostess is Shirley % The Ladies Cemetery Aid S v e n d s e n , d e v o t i o n s Vi v i a n met Wednesday October 9, 2013, LeVier, roll call is a favorite at the church. Kathr yn Burt Thanksgiving recipe, and Jo called the meeting to order at 1:30 Svendsen has entertainment. pm. Jo Svendsen led devotions with sayings from The Furrow, Respectfully submitted, scripture from Proverbs, and a Carolyn Kloster, secretary poem by Helen Steiner Rice. %

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We have revised the Calling Tree for the rest of 2013 and 2014. It is activated for quick announcements; such as if church is cancelled due to inclement weather. Besides the calling tree, the announcement will be on email, KFJB and KDAO. Please remove the Call Tree page from this newsletter and keep it in a special place. CHAPEL CHURCH CALLING TREE FOR 2013-14 (Please throw away previous calling trees!) If your name is not listed in the rst paragraph, you do not need to call anyone! Allen Burt (474-2882) will call Pastor Dean (319-230-0627 or 319-290-8190) or interim (Jan-Apr 13, 2014). Allen will put on KFJB/KIX 753-6101 & KDAO 752-4122, put on Chapel email and call Mike Vint (752-7694), Shirley Svendsen (474-2494), Donald Mann (753-8079), Randy Beichley (473-3057), Jim Fleming (499-2563), and Ron Groth (499-2557). They should call the people behind their names in bold print. The following people should call their ENTIRE lists: John Richter, Lee Cornwell, Doug Svendsen, Kathryn Burt, Leon Lamer, Dick Svendsen, Karen Handorf, Randy Beichley, Jim Fleming and Ron Groth. If you would like your name added or deleted, please contact Ann Jackson or Sue Koster. Mike Vint, call John Richter (754-0197) and Lee Cornwell (742-0473). John Richter, call entire list: Lee Cornwell, call entire list: Ross Iverson 752-6907 Rick Bessman 474-2362 Chuck Rosacker 752-6276 Ben Smith 641-485-8645 Myrene Appelgate 753-8043 Nancy Peshel 641-485-4043 Dain McBride 641-485-0395 Larry Collins 474-2396 Dean Messerly 641-869-3672 Kevin Gruen 641-844-3491 Wade Raymond 712-542-0050 Paul Daniel 641-752-0931 Shirley Svendsen, call Doug Svendsen (474-2351) and Kathryn Burt (474-2250) Doug Svendsen, call entire list: Kathryn Burt, call entire list: Darrel Burt 474-2359 Dan Beane 474-2354 Lori Somers 641-751-5063 Je Koster 474-2212 Lynn Beichley 474-2341 Darwin Lynch 844-0131 Bill Backo 752-8570 Duane Beichley 474-2407 Steve Bishop 641-481-7058; 484-4439 Connie Buchman 474-8181 Donald Mann, call Leon Lamer (753-8929) and Dick Svendsen (366-2843). Leon Lamer, call entire list: Dick Svendsen, call entire list: Barbara Burt 474-2883 Bill Havelka 474-2219 Pete Hoing 844-5019 Duane Mann 754-9474 David Collins 464-2258 Don Carlon 753-0528 Bill Ormston 753-6572 Je Strayer cell 641-351-9488 John Winters 751-5673 Doug Hlas 319-478-8143, cell 319-464-5854 Randy Beichley, call Karen Handorf (473-2172) and own list. Karen Handorf, call entire list: Randy Beichley, call entire list Stan Koster 473-2900 Bob Wiese 473-2684 Lynn Handorf 473-2909 Mike Plaehn 473-9908 Phil Collins 473-3038 Gayle Krull 473-9970 Vaugn Kloster 473-2537 Harriett Fleming 473-2056 Dan Steen 473-6123 John Fleming 473-3089 Matt Jackson 473-2338 Chris Bland 473-2173 Tim & Karen Duden? Ryan Anderson 641-750-1369 Jim Fleming, call entire list: Merlyn Appelgate 499-2228 Chris Krull 499-2250 Kendall Collins 499-2554 Dale Langenbau 499-2541 Matt DeSchamp 499-2136 Ron Groth, call entire list: Tyler & Noah Thurston 641-751-8270 Kelly Newcomb 641-485-5707 Jason Anderson 499-2388 Larry Catherwood 641-751-7766 Amy Niedermann 641-844-8605 David Groth 499-2595 Edited 10.26-13

CHAPEL CHURCH growing in faith...sharing Gods love


A monthly publication of Chapel United Methodist Church 1597Abbott Avenue Gladbrook, Iowa 50635 Church: (641)474-2278 Pastor Dean J. Ke!y Phone (319)230-0627 OR (319)290-8190 Youth Pastor Jay Beichley Secretary Ann Jackson Phone: (641)473-2338 Email: matt.jackson07@gmail.com Group Email: chapel@iastate.edu

Chapel Blog: http://chapelfriends.blogspot.com/

Ushers November Doug Hlas & Jim Fleming

Worship/ Praise Song Leader Allen Burt

Musicians Susan Beichley & Marvalyn Kelly

Music & Flowers

Childrens sermon

Nursery

Sunday School Adult I: Kathryn Burt M&M: Vaugn Kloster

Duane & Barbara Beichley

Marla Hlas

Strayers

Parenting: Dee Burt Multi-Age OpeningsMarci Krull Pre-K: Janice Collins 1-3: Marci Krull

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Bill & Linda Havelka

Childrens Church (treats-Jace Hlas & Kyan McBride) Rikki Gruen

Dee & Jacob Burt

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Dean & Marvalyn Kelly Phil & Karen Collins

Dee & Jacob Burt Tammy & Logan Burt

4-6: Claire Handorf

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Pastor Dean

7-12: Randy & Susan Beichley Adult I: Kathryn Burt M&M: Ron Groth

December

Lynn Beichley & Jeff Koster

Randy & Susan Beichley

Kelly Newcomb & Sue Koster Stan & Sue Koster Marla Hlas Tammy & Logan Burt

Parenting: Dee Burt Multi-Age Openings- Ann Jackson Pre-K: Ann Jackson 1-3: Bill & Tammy Backoff 4-6: Heidi Langenbau

Connie Buchman

Childrens Church (treats-Madi & Carter Anderson) Claire Handorf

Dan & Tricia Steen

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Chris & Amy Bland

Dan & Tricia Steen Ann & Frances Jackson Ann & Frances Jackson

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Doug & Linda Svendsen Kathryn Burt

Pastor Dean

7-12: Mike & Cathy Vint

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Marla Hlas