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270th & Scarlet, P.O. Box 100, Pulaski, IA 52584 | 641-675-3845
Worship Service - Previous Week
September 30, 2012 PDF Print E-mail

September 30, 2012

Prayer Meeting                                                                                         8:30 AM

Sunday School Classes                                                                            9:30 AM

Children’s classes meet in the church basement and youth class meets in The Outback.  Adult classes include The Wired Word a view of current news and scriptures meeting in the auditorium while the Bible Study class meets in the Basement Outer Office and studies Basics of our Faith and compares these beliefs with other belief systems and denominations.  

Announcements/Ashland, Montana Pictures                                    10:25 AM
Worship                                                                                                 10:30 AM

Singing: How Great Thou Art –Piano/Power Point and Red Book # 535
Thy Word is a Lamp –Piano/Power Point

Hearing The Word
Scripture: Esther 7:1-6, 9-10 & 9:20-22 by Pat Zook
Scripture: James 5:13-20 by Maggie Mast
Children’s Story by Marla Piper    
Message: “Faith in God’s Protection of His People: Esther’s Story”  

Responding to the Word

Singing: O Worship The King –Blue Book # 66 (Vs. 1, 2 & 4) 
Pastoral Prayer
Offerings: Share-the-Harvest /Offertory by Jen Hopwood

Sending: May the Lord, Mighty God

Extra: A Snapshot of PMC . . . A Ten-minute survey

Share-the-Harvest Walk                                                                      2:00 PM

We leave Grace Pointe Church of the Nazarene at 2:00 and make a 2.5 mile trek to Good Shepherd Lutheran, then a return trip or hayride option back to Grace Pointe where the “Two or More” Bluegrass/Gospel group plays and we try the ‘Pastoral Chili’ tasting.  Come along!

This Week:
Today: 2:00 Share-the-Harvest Walk/Grace Pointe Nazarene
Wednesday 5:30 Ham & Eggs/6:00 AWANA/T&T Girls Skit

Looking Ahead:
October 7: Potluck Meal/Baby Shower for Abigail Ann Jones
October 7: 2:00 Davis Center (Country) Worship Service
October 14: Noon Potluck/1:00 Building Re-Model Proposals
October 21: 4:00 Fall Wiener Roast at the Roger Knapp timber
October 23: 6:45 Everence Mtg. on “Medicare Changes for 2013” at PMC
November 4: Mary Lou Farmer visit from Crooked Creek Christian Camp
November 8: 11:30 AM Fall Harvest Meal for Seasoned Citizens at PMC
November 16: 6:00 Youth Soup Supper/7:00 Fall Auction
December 7: Mississippi Valley Blood Drive at PMC
December 17-18: Mennonite Central Committee Meat Canner at Cantril

to Regan & Luke Piper on the birth of Ruby Mae on Monday, September 24.  She is also welcomed home by her big sister, Dani.  Grandparents are Marla & Chris Piper and Dan & Cathy Roberts.

Senior Day at Crooked Creek Christian Camp is Thursday, October 4 from 9 AM to 1:30 PM at the Retreat Lodge.  The day will be filled with a hymn sing a potluck and stories  See the poster or call 319-653-3611.

A Baby Shower for Abigail Ann Jones follows a potluck meal on October 7 after worship.  Abigail is registered at Target stores.

The PMC Building Committee
has completed work they’d like you to see.  After a potluck on October 14 they will have pictures of re-modeling ideas for you to ponder.  This work is the result of evaluating future needs, securing the building for the future, thinking about how the work may be done by contractors and volunteer work and consideration of cost.  We ask you to join us!  -Keith Amstutz, Bill Baughman, Brenda Henderson, Eli Mast, Dan Payne & Pat Zook, PMC Building Committee

The Back-Pack Buddies and The Lord’s Cupboard baskets are in the church foyer contributions.  A list of needed items is on the bulletin board and baskets. Place items in basket under appropriate sign.  Thanks!

Tithes & Offerings on October 7 will support the Church General Fund.

Jan Gleysteen will speak at the Iowa Mennonite Historical Society Fall Meeting on Saturday, October 6 at 10:00 AM at Kalona Mennonite Church.  Jan was born in Amsterdam, Holland in 1931 and after the Nazi Occupation of Holland, Jan came to the U.S. to study in Mennonite Colleges and for a career with Mennonite Publishing as an artist and editor.  He will present “The Hutterite Story” in the morning session.  After a potluck meal he will tell his life story and show a variety of WWII artifacts.  The meeting will conclude about 2:30.

October at AWANA
October 3: 5:30 Ham & Eggs/6:00 AWANA T&T Girls Skit
October 10: 5:30 Beef & Noodles/6:00 AWANA
October 17: 5:30 Pizza/6:00 AWANA Pumpkin Shine Night
October 24: 5:30 Chicken Noodle/6:00 AWANA
October 31: 5:30 BBQ Pork Sandwich/6:00 AWANA Bible Hero Night

Weekly AWANA Information is ready 24 hours a day at 641-675-3300 or

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