Rally Day Kickoff

Rally Day Kickoff is Sunday, September 8 

Rally Day at Pacific Hills signals to us that the summer has ended and the fall program is underway.

Sunday school classes will begin their new program on September 8.

All Sunday school teachers, and adult Bible Class facilitators, will be installed at the 10:30 am service and, as in the past, there will be a pot- luck breakfast between the services which the congregation is encouraged to attend. There is a sign-up sheet in the Narthex to sign-up to bring a potluck breakfast item to share, or you may send Sandra Glissmann an email and inform her what you would like to bring.

The curriculum for Sunday School will be: CPH’s  “Enduring Faith”.  The curriculum this year will be a Bible survey course and will begin with the children learning about creation. All along the way the lessons learned will have application to our life of faith. Kay Storck will teach the same curriculum at an adult level. The Adult Bible Class, in Acker Hall, will be led by Dr. Bob Vandervort or Pastor Drebes. Currently they are studying Philemon.

If you are not regularly in the Word, now is the time to rededicate your- self. Now is the time to get involved with a Sunday morning Bible  Study or a Bible Study throughout the week, or both! As church family, let us strive to equip and encourage one another to grow in our walk with Christ.

Pastor Bryan E. Drebes

Pastor Drebes is Pastor at Pacific Hills Lutheran Church Rev. Bryan Drebes is Pastor at Pacific Hills Lutheran Church in Omaha Nebraska

Pastor Drebes attended Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri, beginning in 1997.  He spent the summer of 1999 teaching English to Chinese middle school teachers in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China.  He served a four-month vicarage at St. John Lutheran Church, Plymouth, Wisconsin, followed by eight months at Bethany Lutheran Church, Overland Park, Kansas. Pastor Drebes was ordained into the Office of the Holy Ministry at Zion Lutheran Church, Palmyra, Missouri on August 19, 2001, and installed as Associate Pastor of Bethany Lutheran Church, Overland Park, Kansas on September 9, 2001.  He served Bethany for 14 years.  Pastor Drebes accepted a Divine Call to be Senior Pastor at Pacific Hills Lutheran Church in November, 2015.