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270th & Scarlet, P.O. Box 100, Pulaski, IA 52584 | 641-675-3845
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March 18, 2012 PDF Print E-mail


March 18, 2012

Prayer Group                                                                                          8:30 AM
Sunday School Classes                                                                          9:30 AM

Children’s classes meet in the church basement while the youth class meets in The Outback.  Adult offerings include The Path to the Cross, a DVD-based Bible study with Ray VanderLaan in the basement outer office classroom.  The Wired Word is a discussion of current news events and scripture that meets in the east wing of the church auditorium.

Worship/Lent # 4: Telling Others of God’s Salvation                       10:30 AM

Singing/Scroll Enters: Thy Word is a Lamp –Power Point/Piano (Seated)
To God Be the Glory –Piano/Blue Book # 102 (Standing)

Hearing the Word
Scripture: Numbers 21:4-9 by Chris Payne
Scripture: John 3:14-21 by Marla Piper  ‘Thanks be to God!’
Children’s Time: What is This Sign?
Singing: The Love of God –Power Point/Piano
Message: “Stinkbugs & Serpents . . . How God Brings Healing”

Responding to the Word
Singing: For God So Loved Us –Blue Book # 167
Prayer of Confession & Assurance: Blue Book # 692
Singing: Amazing Grace –Blue Book # 143 (Vs. 1, 2, 3 & 6)
Pastoral Prayer
Offerings: Mennonite Central Committee/Offertory-Jen Hopwood

Sending: God Sent His Son –Blue Book # 345

Worship at Bloomfield Care Center                                                2:15 PM
Worship at Long Term Care                                                            3:00 PM


Offerings
on March 25 will support Mennonite Mission Network 

This Week:
Wednesday: 5:30 Ham & Eggs/6:00 AWANA . . . Store Night!
Looking Ahead:
March 25: Lunch/Table Talk with Parents: Spiritual Formation of Children
March 25: Hike Around Lake Wapello
March 28: AWANA Last Night/Awards Night
April 15 & 29: Can Drive/Mary Beth Jones Trip to Australia
June 28-July 1: Central Plains Mennonite Conference/Henderson, NE
July 22-26: Come to the Water Vacation Bible School, 6:00-8:00 PM

Katelyn Joy Amstutz was born March 11, 2012 at the Davis County Hospital in Bloomfield.  Audrey & Bryan’s daughter weighed 8lbs 6 oz and will be cared for by sisters Fiona and Ava.  Congratulations to Bryan & Audrey and to grandparents Keith & Gail Amstutz and Gary & Sally Rittgers—and to great-grandparents Ed & Frances Amstutz and Clyde & Leanna Knapp.

Parents of children, infant through high school
, are invited to lunch and table talk with the Education Commission after worship on March 25.  As we plan for Bible School, Sunday School and other programs, we ask for your ideas, dreams and commitment for planting and cultivating faith in our children.  Child care (infant to toddler and a separate movie room) will be provided with lunch and an hour and fifteen minute meeting.  If you’d like more information please contacts us.  –Susan Knapp, Kari Jones, Marla Piper, Chris Payne & Darrell Zook of the Education Commission

Read the Story is coming Monday, April 2 through Easter Sunday morning, April 8.  More details and a sign-up are coming as the Pulaski Mennonite Church reads the entire Bible in 30 minute segments.

“And my house shall be a house of prayer . . . “ A prayer group meets each Sunday morning at 8:30 in the East Wing of the sanctuary.  You are welcome to join us for prayer or, to send along prayer requests for group to remember in the prayertime.

A Community Choir will sing He Loved Them to the End and You Choose the Cross at the Good Friday Service on April 6 at the Bloomfield United Methodist Church.  If you’d like to participate, call Lyle Stirling at 641-208-6012 to learn of preparation plans.

Scriptures March 25 Worship - Lent # 5
Jeremiah 31:31-34   Psalm 51:1-12   Hebrews 5:5-10   John 12:20-23

An Early Tornado Season for MDS, Banks Foreclosing on Churches in Record Numbers, Should Churches Go ‘All Out’ in Marketing Easter Services and head-scratching cartoons are featured on The Pastor’s Page Panel of the Church Bulletin Board.  Visit and wonder!

Free to a good home . . . an eight-level metal wire candy display case that is suitable for magazine or book display.  Please see in basement outer office today.

Computer upgrades, calendar notes, Treasurer’s Report and more are in-cluded in the Church Council minutes in church mailboxes today.

Summer Camp Schedules from Crooked Creek Christian Camp are in camper mailboxes and on the Reading Table.

 
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