Announcements for the week of May 3, 2020


Sunday, May 3 – 4th Sun of Easter
Acts 2:42–47, Psalm 23
1 Peter 2:19–25, John 10:1–10
No worship or Activities at Church Watch your email for more information regarding Worship and the COVID-19 Virus updates.

Monday May 4 
Tuesday May 5
Wednesday May 6
Thursday May 7
Friday May 8
Saturday May 9
Sunday, May 10 – 5th Sun of Easter

Acts 6:1–9; 7:2a, 51–60, Psalm 146
1 Peter 2:2–10, John 14:1–14

Moses Basket Auction POSTPONED
Church Clean Up Day (Outside & Inside) POSTPONED
Habitat For Humanity Build for April POSTPONED
Progressive Ag Day – POSTPONED
Vacation Bible School – POSTPONED
Project Hunger Easter Basket Extravaganza POSTPONED until June 6
Cairo Cornstalk Festival – CANCELLED until 2021
Our 100th Anniversary Celebration July 10 & 11, 2021

3/30-4/26 $4,995.00
Thank you to those who have donated during this time of isolation either through mailing a check to the church, driving through Pathway Bank or through Thrivent.  

Adam & Sara Bierhaus 5/5/2007 (13)
Scottie & Jennifer Reynolds 5/5/2001 (19)

Cole Callahan – May 5
Garrett Teichmeier – May 5
Christopher Visser – May 5
Bill Garrett – May 7
Taryn Wright – May 7
Roger Adams – May 8
Tyler Sokol – May 8
Hunter Deines – May 9
Heather Lemburg – May 9

+ Prayers for Pastor Brian, his father and stepmother, his father was able to return home this past Friday following his open-heart surgery. Pastor went to Montana to help him and his stepmother with the transition to home life, Pastor will be returning to Cairo Monday evening.   
+ Payers for Kay Budde and her family, Here is an update from her daughter Sydnie on April 30… Today, my mom got results back on her EEG test. It showed that she is having non-convulsive seizures in the central region of her brain. The doctors in Grand Island decided to transfer her to CHI Health Immanuel in Omaha, so she will be able to have a more advanced neurologist. She is still slightly confused at times and goes blank quite often. We are able to talk on the phone at times, but sometimes all we can say to each other is “hello” before she goes blank and enters into another non-convulsive seizure, so I just have to hang up in hopes we can have a conversation another time. This truly is hard on her as she just wants to be home, and it breaks my heart seeing her go through this. Let’s just pray that Omaha is where the answers are and everything gets figured out because let me tell ya, I want my mama back home. Thank you all for your prayers and dedication to my family. We wouldn’t be surviving this if it weren’t for each and every one of you  P.S. my mom does have her phone, so if you happen to receive a text or message from her that pretty much doesn’t make since, just ignore it as she wants her normal life of communicating with others back, but just isn’t quite there yet.

Suffering from Cancer
  Flora Meester, friend of Catherine Garrett
  Cheryl Klock, Julie Whitefoot’s Sister
  Barb Meyer
  Jeff Bexten, Former member of CLC
  Pat Hughes, Barb Teichmeier’s Sister
  Judy Kemptar, Kristin Schultz mother
  Deb Homolka, Rick Gilbert’s Sister
  Lorie Stahl, Ravenna NE.

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Message from Habitat for Humanity in Grand Island NE…GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world.
#GivingTuesdayNow, a global day of unity to take place on May 5, 2020, was launched as a response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.
Now more than ever, we are understanding the importance of a safe and secure home. These are uncharted waters and uncertain times, and we greatly appreciate your continued support, patience, and trust as we navigate this together.
Every day, we rely on people just like the homebuyers who partner with us. Our homebuyers are nurses, food service workers, bank tellers, construction workers. Some are seeing wages eliminated, while others are working overtime to help keep our community running safely. The effects of this crisis will have ripple effects for months to come.
“Housing is the prescription we need. A healthy home is a vaccine that provides both immunity and resilience.”- Megan Sandel, MD, MPH
In a time when very little is certain, you can help build stability and certainty for your neighbors with a gift to Habitat. If you are able, please consider donating during Giving Tuesday Now on May 5. Every little bit will make a huge difference in the lives of future homebuyers.
For more information go to

Christ Lutheran ChurchCairo, NE

 This is the day the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.
Psalm 118:24

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