JUNE 23 - JUNE 29



AMAZING VBS WEEK! We’re giving thanks to God for His faithfulness!  With over 95 kids registering, it took 55 volunteers serving in many roles to share God’s Rock Solid Truth to the kids in our community, and that’s not even counting the behind the scenes prayer warriors! It also took 31 families donating items to feed the kids during daily snack time and for the family meal. CHURCH FAMILY: Thanks for rocking it and making faith adventures and opportunities for our kids incredible! 

⛳TEE OFF with Men's Ministries for Mini-Golf Madness! We’re all invited to a fantastic mini-golf outing at Sunset Hills Golf Course in Plymouth on Sunday, July 21! Putting starts at 4:00 PM, followed by a delicious, WI-staple dinner of burgers, brats, and beverages. This fun-filled family event is on the house, but we need your help to plan! Please sign up on the church website, by clicking HERE, or visit the Welcome Center for assistance. Everyone is welcome! Got questions? Reach out to Pastor Brian. See you on the green! Hey, maybe this event will finally qualify us to hire a Sports Editor…


RAIN IN THE FORECAST? Time for a Shopping Spree! With school out for the year, kids are home more and miss out on free or reduced-cost meals. Help us bridge the gap by donating to the Food Vault!  We're seeking kid-friendly items like cereal, mac and cheese, and jelly. Drop off your contributions in the food barrel located in the coat room. Let's make sure no child goes hungry this summer!

A MISSIONS OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL. In 2025, our Uth are embarking on a mission trip to Nicaragua in partnership with Nicole Opgenorth. While only 30 individuals can join the trip, our entire congregation has the chance to support this incredible opportunity to partner with one of our missionaries. Similar to how our faith family stepped up to assist the Food Vault by volunteering at the Kohler picnic last year, we’re hoping you’ll consider partnering with the Uth this summer as they are utilizing the picnic as a fundraiser. Many of our Nicaragua-bound travelers have committed to serve and are rearranging their summer job schedules to make it work. However, we still need more hands on deck!  The dates are July 27 or 28th. If you can lend a hand and be part of this transformative mission, please visit frcoostburg.org or click HERE. Together, we can all be a part of this mission and potentially life-changing experience for our students!


✅ Did you know there’s a high need for foster parents in Sheboygan County? Stop by the Fellowship Hall TODAY (June 23) after worship for an informational meeting on the continuing need for foster parents in our county, including requirements for being a foster parent and a Q&A session.

SAVE.THE.DATE. The Noah’s Ark date is set for Tue. August 13th for our incoming 6th graders - outgoing 8th graders! More info coming soon.

Online Bulletin Posting Change. Beginning July 1, the bulletin will likely post to frcoostburg.org either later on Friday or Saturday morning. We know there’s dedicated Thursday reader’s out there however, due to scheduling conflicts, we can no longer guarantee a Thursday post. We’ve sliced our subscription rate in half to help you roll with the changes…

✅ Men’s Prayer Breakfast at Judi’s is coming up on Sat., July 6 at 6 AM.  Would love for you to sign up in advance on frcoostburg.org or click HERE online readers.

Attendance last Sunday was 329. Heads up! Our recordkeeping system is getting a snazzy upgrade, so we're taking a one-week vacation from reporting offering and special offering totals. But don't worry—next week, you'll get double the financial updates. It's a bean counter's paradise!

✅ Make your way to the Love INC bulletin board (it’s on your way to the coffee & cookies) to check out the Putt Fore Love Golf Outing & Fundraiser as well as the product donation needs for the Love INC Gap Ministry (practical items are needed - easy shopping).      



9AM WORSHIP: “Deliverer | The Prequel“ - Pastor Bob
Scripture: Exodus 2:11-125
FRC’s VBS kids lead us in worship

10:15 - Foster Parenting Info Presentation 

2:00 PM - Depart for Camp Manitoqua

6:30 PM - ACTS 29


9 AM - Eernisse Circle (Hostess: Doris M.)

1:30 PM - Stitching for a Cause


6/30 - 9AM WORSHIP: “Deliverance |The Internal Chains“ Pastor Bob 
Scripture: Exodus 3:1-22

JUL 6: Men’s Prayer Breakfast (6 AM, Judi’s) Click here to register

JUL 21: Family Mini-Golf & Brat Fry at Sunset Hills 

AUG 1- 4: FRC Family Camping Weekend

AUG 13: Noah’s Ark (area incoming 6th - 8th graders)

SEP 4: Grill & Chill 

SEP 7: Annual Men’s Golf Scramble at Autumn Ridge 


Add Bev Gabrielse to your prayer list as she is scheduled for surgery on Monday at St. Luke’s Hospital. And this week, Tracey Anderson is undergoing tests in anticipation of surgery on July 9 for her breast cancer diagnosis. Pray for patience and strength for Rita Harmeling as she is anticipating a bit longer stay for rehabilitation at Rocky Knoll than originally planned. Those recovering from hospitalizations and/or on our recuperation list include: Dean Mentink, Henry Teunissen, and Mary Ann Trgovec.

Please remember those on a cancer journey and continuing with various forms of treatment including Jean Kohls, Shannon Van Ess, Suzie Brusse and Terri Mentink. Pray for Mary Rauwerdink as she is awaiting the results of a recent scan.

Let’s keep our Camp Manitoqua Campers - leaving today at 2PM- in prayer this week: Mason, Calvin & Benson Daane, Rylen & Brantley Dykstra, Emerson & Rowen Heinen, Jayleigh Hoskins, Laila Jensen, Ella Markus, Grayson Mentink, Rylee & Jesse Ongna, Everett, Ellie & Sam Thomack, Ellison Van Ginkel, Brynn Ver Velde. Pray that Camp Manitoqua will be a faith-growing opportunity for our kids this week.

Also this week, we’re focusing prayers on the ministry of Kelsey Corpas as she works through World Team to plant churches in Spain. Her asks include: 1) Thank God for the 20 participants in our Prayer Conference this month. Pray that we would see God’s hand at work in the lives of Spaniards, 2) Please pray for our nine university-age interns and that they would grow in their faith and have a clear understanding of their role in missions moving forward, and 3) Pray for wisdom as I begin overseeing a couple that is serving with World Team in the Middle East. This role falls under my responsibility within the leadership team of World Team Europe.