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28026 275th Street, Bloomfield, IA 52537 | email: | 641-675-3845
November 6, 2022 PDF Print E-mail

Pulaski Mennonite Church

28026 270th Street   Bloomfield, IA  52537

Phone - 641-675-3845       Email - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Website: FB - Pulaski Mennonite Church

Pastor Ron Wenger, cell 641-242-0887 or Parsonage 641-675-3329

Pastor’s Office hours at PMC are:

Tues 8:30am-3pm and Wed. 1pm-5pm

Deacons: Keith & Gail Amstutz and Eric & Susan Knapp

November 6, 2022


Fellowship/Coffee - Fellowship Hall 9:00 AM

Prayer Time, Church Office                                                             9:10 AM

Christian Education Classes 9:30 AM

  • Youth  and Children’s classes meet in the basement classrooms

  • Adult classes:

Time Starved Marriage, by Les & Leslie Parrot (in Basement)

The Book of Colossian, by Louie Giglio (in Basement)

Worship Service 10:30 AM

Worship Leader: Ron Wenger


Singing: Jesus Saves - Red Book  #667

Prayer & Sharing

Offering: PMC General Fund

(Offering Attendants: Kole Drummond & Cole Wuthrich)

*start Facebook Live*

Worship: Led by the Praise Team

Children’s Story: Emma Redding

Scripture Reading: Isaiah 52:7-11 by Chad Wuthrich

Scripture  Reading: Romans 10:14-18 by Meleia Wuthrich

Message: Jared & Emma Redding

Blessing & Sending - The Blessing

Offering for Nov 13, Lord’s Cupboard

Calendar of Events

  • Today -  Potluck dinner to follow service

  • Today - Youth Meeting in the Youth room following potluck

  • Nov. 9 - Pioneer Club (5:30 Meal - 6:00 Meeting)

  • Nov. 9 - 7:30pm Council Meeting

  • Nov. 11 - 6pm Youth Supper, 7pm Fall Auction

  • Nov. 27 - Advent Begins

  • Nov. 27 - Designated small group Sunday


Birthdays & Anniversaries:

November 6: Susan Knapp, Tate Prevo

You are invited to hear Royden Loewen speak about his book Mennonite Farmers: A Global History of Place and Sustainability at Kalona Mennonite Church Monday, Nov 7 at 7 pm, hosted by the Menonite Historical Society. Royden looks at seven Anabaptist communities throughout the world, with SE Iowa being one of them. Fifteen local farmers were interviewed for the book including,


Delmar and Carolyn Bontrager, Ed and Marge Hershberger

Bob Miller, Perry and Carolyn Miller

David and Martha Miller, Marlin and Mary Miller

Vernon and Inez Yoder, Bruce and Edie Hochstetler

Gilbert and Sandy Gingerich, Terry Erb. Brent Yoder

Gerald Yoder, Calvin Yoder, Dick and Jane Yoder-Short

Marilyn Preheim

--Gloria Yoder, Director

Iowa Mennonite Museum and Archives

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.


Matthew 28:19-20

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