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August 28, 2011 PDF Print E-mail

August 28, 2011

Prayer Group                                                                                        8:30 AM

Sunday School Classes                                                                        9:30 AM

Children and youth meet in the church basement.  Adult classes gather in the church sanctuary today for Wired Word, bringing scripture and news of the day together for discussion.  The Bible Jesus Read, a DVD based class with Philip Yancey, meets in the basement office room.    

Notes & Announcements                                                                  10:25 AM
Worship Service                                                                                10:30 AM

Singing: He is Lord & Shine, Jesus Shine –Piano/Power Point


Hearing the Word
Gideon’s Bible Ministry Report by Dennis Miller
Scripture: Jeremiah 15:15-21 by Dean Amstutz
Scripture: Matthew 16:21-28 by Marla Piper
Singing: Thy Word is a Lamp –Piano/Power Point
Children’s Story by Paul Ramseyer
Message: “Called By God’s Name” –Jeremiah 15:15-21

Response to the Word
Singing: He is There With You –Blue Book # 585 & CD
Pastoral Prayer
Offering: Gideon’s Bible Distribution/Offertory by Jen Hopwood
Offering: Helping Fund/Offertory by Jen Hopwood


Sending Blessing
Singing: Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us –Blue Book # 355

Offerings on September 4 will support the Church General Fund


This Week:
Today: 2:30 Visit to Shelby County, MO FRB Growing Project
Tuesday: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Blood Drive at the Church

Looking Ahead:
September 4: New Sunday School Year begins/See bulletin board
September 4: 1:00 Financial Peace University Preview at PMC
September 7: AWANA First Night/Meal at 5:30 & AWANA at 6:00
September 11-12: Fall Meetings with Stanley Green/Mennonite Missions
September 11: Noon Potluck with Stanley Green/Mennonite Missions
September 11: 1:00 Financial Peace University Preview at PMC
September 14: 7:30 Hesston College representative with students/families
September 18: 1:00 Financial Peace University Session # 1 at PMC
September 18: 2:00 Davis Center (country) AND 3:00 LTC Worship

The New Sunday School Year
begins September 4.  See the bulletin board to volunteer for children’s Sunday School classes for the Fall  or future Quarters.  This is a very important assignment in our church!

A Blood Drive
at PMC is Tuesday from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM on behalf of the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center.  Call 800-452-1097 to reserve a blood donation time.

AWANA “First Night” is September 7 with a 5:30 meal and 6:00 start time . . . look for special theme nights and ‘Flying with the Forney’s’ mission project this year.  We’ll start with airplanes on September 7 as we take-off into a new year of AWANA!  See the bulletin board schedule.

Devotional guides may be found on the Reading Table today, including Rejoice and Men of Integrity.

AWANA Kids love the 5:30 meals and you can help with contributing food . . . see the sign-up sheet on the AWANA Panel of the bulletin board.   

The Lord’s Cupboard
(Davis County Foodbank) is happy to receive donations of non-food items on the grocery list—including napkins, paper towels, toilet tissue, liquid laundry soap, hand soap, jellies etc.  You may leave such items in the church entrance through now through September and we’ll deliver them on September 12 and September 26.  Thanks!

Dean Swartzendruber,
28-Year pastor at Lower Deer Creek Mennonite Church and conference and Mennonite Church leader, died this past Monday at age 84.  Funeral services were Friday at Lower Deer Creek.     

Goal Surpassed
: Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) has surpassed the initial goal of raising $1 million for the East Africa drought and is now expanding its response to the continuing crises in Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia.  MCC is planning to provide emergency food assistance to people around the Somalia border town of  Dhobley, the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya and two districts in southeastern Ethiopia.  Donations may be sent to MCC Central States, PO Box 235, North Newton, KS 67117 to ‘East Africa Drought’ or ‘Where Needed Most’ or, online at mcc.org.

Your household out of debt and a six month emergency fund?  You might be interested in a preview of Financial Peace University the next two Sundays, September 4 and 11 at 1:00 PM at the church.  Learn about the 13-week class that will run on Sunday’s after a small group lunch—child care provided.  Darrell & Pat Zook will lead the group.

 
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