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November 12, 2017 PDF Print E-mail

November 12, 2017

Prayer Meeting                                                                       9:00 AM

Sunday School Classes                                                          9:30 AM
Children & youth meet in the basement. Adult classes include The Mission of Jesus with Ray VanderLaan while Faithweaver Now-Genesis 1 to 21 Bible study meets in the South Basement Classroom.

Worship Service                                                                     10:30 AM
Singing: Jesus, Name Above All Names (Luke 1:32) 2x –Piano/Power Point
How Great Thou Art -Red Book # 2
Scripture: Psalm 119:145-152 by Nora Knapp
Scripture: Philippians 4:4-9 by Linda Stogdill
Singing: Thy Word is a Lamp –Piano/Power Point
Children’s Story-Chris Payne
Message: ‘Giving Heed to Reasonable Faith in an Idolatrous Modern Culture’ –Deuteronomy 4:1-8 & 25-31   -by Jay Miiller, Kalona, Iowa
Singing: Be Thou My Vision –Red Book # 468
Pastoral Prayer-Dan Payne
Offering-Lord’s Cupboard Food Bank   -Offertory by Jennifer Ball
Sending Song: May the LORD, Mighty God –Piano/Power Point

November 19 offerings support the PMC Helping Fund.  In the past month we have teamed with another local church to help a family stay in their home and have sent a second check to help someone with transportation for cancer treatment.  The Pastor may disperse funds immediately up to $200 with any amount above confirmed with deacons before sending.

Darrell & Pat Zook return home this evening after a weekend with family for a grandson’s baptism.

Today: 2:00 PM Youth ‘Hedge Ball Meeting’ & Homemade Pizza
Wednesday: 5:30 Meal/6:00 Pioneer Club
Nov 26: Ryan Harker as guest preacher in worship service
Nov 26: Christmas decorations after worship service
Nov 28: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Blood Drive at PMC
Dec 3: Together in Advent series begins
Dec 3: Christmas Eve practice-Lunch & rehearsal/pick-up at 1:30
Dec 17: 4:00 PM Christmas Caroling/Meet at PMC
Dec 22: 5:00-7:00 PM Christmas Eve program rehearsal
Dec 24: 4:00 PM Christmas Eve rehearsal ahead of program
Dec 24: 6:00 PM Christmas Eve Program/Candle lighting

Youth Group says Thanks! for the baked good donations of $232.00 for building the picnic table for the Fall Auction.  They will gather hedge balls today for next year’s project—and have pizza after the gathering today.

Adult Class Update: Faithful: Christmas Through the Eyes of Joseph begins December 3 in the East Library Wing while FaithWeaver Now will examine the Life & Ministry of Jesus with unforgettable lessons—also beginning December 3.  Chris Ball leads and meets in south basement.

A volunteer blood drive host is needed for Tuesday, November 28 from 7:45 AM to about 1:30 PM.  The blood drive is from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

Contact Pat Zook if you are able to volunteer for all or half of the session.

A Christmas Eve Service volunteer is needed to construct a simple back drop for the program and to help with props.  Contact Kari Jones.

2017 Share-the-Harvest contributions from individuals, churches and organizations have totaled $6,528 to pay for crop expenses.  The harvest proceeds will provide funds for the annual disbursements through Foods Resource Bank to encourage village farmers toward food security.

Crooked Creek Camp Notes: Welcome to Jill Hartzler as the new Office & Guest Services Manager . . . Annual Meeting is November 14 with meal at 6:15 . . . .November 17 & 18 is Craft Retreat from 3:00 PM to 3:00 PM and a part-time Employment Opportunity as Housekeeping Manager is open.  Job description is at the camp website, crookedcreekcamp.org.

Birthdays & Anniversaries November 13-19, 2017:
Paislie Yoder-13th; Chris Payne-14th; Alan Henderson-15th
Montie & Amy Wuthrich-19th;

Thank-you! We appreciate Fall Quarter Sunday School teachers, Debbie Knapp, Gail Amstutz, Kari Jones, Chris Payne and Jared Redding.  Four classes have teachers for the Winter Quarter (Dec-Jan-Feb).  Check the Bulletin Board to sign-up for Jr/Sr High Youth for the Winter Quarter. Thank-you!  -Primary & Youth Department.

A Top Reason for Church Shootings: Domestic Abuse, A Small Rural Church is Hard to Kill, Social Media Depression, Is Cancer a Punishment for Sin, Healthy Worship Diet and Lancaster Conference Returning to Independence are feature articles on The Pastor’s Plank of the Church Bulletin Board.

Christmas Eve Program Rehearsal Schedule
Sunday, December 3: Lunch & practice; Pick-up time 1:30-1:45
Friday, December 22: 5:00 to 7:00 PM
Sunday, December 24: 4:00 PM Rehearsal ahead of 6:00 Program

 

 
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