WORSHIP SCHEDULE: SATURDAY WORSHIP @ 5:30pm SUNDAY WORSHIP @ 8:30am, 9:45am, 11am

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Pastor Michelle Oetken Pastor Michelle Oetken, Associate Pastor
m.oetken@sheridanlutheran.org
(402) 423-4769 ext. 106
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Menu for Nov. 15

Chili
Children's Menu: Chicken Noodle Soup
Cinnamon Rolls
Salad
Fruit

Meal Pricing

Adults (age 9+):
$5/week | $70/semester | $140/year
Children (age 3 - 8):
$3/week | $42/semester | $80/year
Children (age 2 & under): FREE

Family Pricing

2 Adults/2 Children ($16) regular rate
2 Adults/3 Children ($18) $1 off regular rate
2 Adults/4 Children ($21) $1 off regular rate

3 Adults/1 Children ($17) $1 off regular rate
3 Adults/2 Children ($19) $2 off regular rate
3 Adults/3 Children ($22) $2 off regular rate

Wednesdays @ the Well is our weekly midweek evening event (from September through April) intended for all ages to build community and be a part of the family of faith at Sheridan.

Evening Schedule

5pm-6pm: Homecooked buffet meal (prices are listed to the left) & Rec Time for students 6th-12th grade in the Great Room
6pm-6:30pm: Engaging 30-minute worship with elements led by children & youth
6:30pm-7:30pm: Education opportunities (for 18-months through adults; age specific)

Education opportunities include:

  • Children’s programming for kids 18 months and older
  • All Stars for 5th graders and their parents
  • Confirmation for 6-8th graders
  • Youth Group for high school students
  • Adult classes and opportunities

The Connections Cafe’ is open during the education hour.

Current Class Opportunities & Descriptions

Adult education opportunities Children education opportunities Middle school youth opportunities High school youth opportunities

Current W@W Worship Series: Shaped

Have you ever thought about what “shapes” you? What are those things that educate, influence and form you into who you are? Parents more concerned about the issue of “shaping” their children than anything else. We probably should reflect on what forms us and how, but often we’re too busy living our lives and we forget to think how we are formed by life.

We all fear that all of the work we do on ourselves might be derailed by a single mistake or influence. The sad reality is that, while we worry about a big event that mess us up, we probably don’t look closely enough at the little things and how they influence us.

Lately much has been written about technology – our apps and devices – and how much they actually do “form” us. As powerful and fun as they are, research shows that they truly change who we are and have the ability to influence what we become. Not surprisingly, God might have something to say about that!

Each Wednesday in worship we will look at how we are being shaped, where we might be going and how we might also find a way to grow into happier, healthier and more spiritually grounded people. Come see how we might be shaped into the person God wants us to be.

  • Sept. 20: Walk this Way

    Luke 24:13-20
    The number of pedestrian deaths has dramatically risen. Even more are the pedestrian fails! Jesus showed up when two disciples were walking and talking. Try taking an unplugged walk and see what happens.

  • Sept. 27: Playing for Keeps

    Matthew 6:19-21
    The question about corporations is whether they are trying to sell you their products or are they only satisfied if they get you addicted to them. Are the products we use after not just our money but our soul?
  • Oct. 4: iChat or We Chat

    John 4:7-10
    Jesus spent time in conversation with anyone who he felt he could form and shape. It is amazing how much different conversation is when it is face-to-face.
  • Oct. 11: Gamey

    Luke 14:34-35
    Games are so much a part of our world that we cannot avoid playing them. Games have the potential to develop our minds and strengthen our problem-solving. When does it go too far? Try playing a board game and see how different that feels?

  • Oct. 18: Collectively Lonely

    Matthew 26:31-34
    Jesus knew what it was like to be lonely. Even though he was very connected, he had compassion for those who are alone because he knew he would die alone. It is amazing how connected and yet lonely we can be. Who would benefit from you choosing to spend time with them?

  • Nov. 1: Sleepy

    Mark 14:37-40
    We are a sleep-deprived nation. This is only made worse by our technology. The physical response to light and distraction has made us like zombies some days. Try tech-free times and zones.
  • Nov. 8: Like or Love

    John 13:34-35
    Jesus tells us to love, but we are resistant. We would rather like or be liked. How do our apps use our emotional needs to get the best of us? When was the last time you said and demonstrated an act of love to someone who needed it?
  • Nov. 15: Life Abundantly

    John 10:10b-14a
    Jesus gave his life so that we might have eternal life. Even more, he gave his life so that we might have an abundant life here and now. It is important that we become the very best versions of ourselves, for the sake of Jesus.