Change Of Address
David Reim 1503 Pottery Rd. Vernon, BC. V1T 3W6 Canada
Our Savior’s Christian Day School in Jamestown, North Dakota is celebrating its 50th anniversary on August 31, 1997. We are inviting alumni and former pastors and teachers to join us for this special observance. We would appreciate an RSVP by August 15th to: Lee Murch, 1001 5th Ave. SW, Jamestown, ND 58401; Phone (701) 251-2455.
In accord with our usage and order, ILC Seminary graduate James J. Naumann, who was called by Mt. Olive Lutheran congregation of Lamar, Colo. to be its pastor, was ordained and installed by his father, the undersigned, on June 29, 1997. Assisting where Pastors Vance Fossum, Norman Greve, Peter Reim, and Delwyn Maas, who preached the sermon. –Pastor Bertram J. Naumann
In accord with our usage and order, Timothy B. Wheaton was installed (ordained) as the called pastor of St. Luke’s congregation, Lemmon, S. Dak. The Rigt of Installation was conducted by the undersigned on July 6, 1997. Pastors Michael Roehl, Michael Schierenbeck, and Michael Wilke were present to lay their hand of fraternal blessing upon Pastor Wheaton. –Pastor Gordon Radtke
In accord with our usage and order, Jay Hartmann, who was called by Grace Lutheran congregation of Live Oak, Fla. to be its pastor was installed on June 29, 1997. –Karl Stewart
Upcoming Installation Of Missionary At Large
The following information has been submitted by Harald Schillinger, Chairman of Rock of Ages Ev. Lutheran congregation.
Pastor Walter V. Schaller, who recently accepted the call as Missionary At Large for Western Michigan, is to be installed at Rock of Ages Ev. Lutheran Church in Grand Rapids, Mich. on August 17th at 4:00 p.m. The location is Cooks Fellowship Hall at 1905 Baldwin St., Jenison, Mich. There will be a meal served after the installation and everyone is invited.
Beginning on August 24th Pastor Schaller will also be serving Our Savior’s Ev. Lutheran Church in Cadillac, Mich. Worship services are scheduled for Jenison at 9:00 a.m. and Bible Class for 10:10 a.m., after which Pastor Schaller will be traveling to hold worship services at 1:30 p.m. in Cadillac for all of our Northern and Western Lower Michigan members. Pastor Schaller, his wife and son, will be residing in the greater Grand Rapids area during his commission here.
To Our Readers: The third sentence in the article “The Transition Of Power” (p. 3, July 1997 issue) was unintentionally shortened when the printer inserted the “compass directions” artwork in the article. The sentence should read: “. . . The mainland continues to cast its eyes at the so-called “break away province” of Taiwan. — Editor