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Worship Celebration

   September 24, 2017

 

                                  

Called into God’s Family, we join together

to be transformed through worship,

to nurture one another,

to be equipped to serve Jesus Christ, and

to carry out His mission in the world.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to all!  In this time of worship, let us still our minds and claim the divine promise: “Be still, and know that I am God! I am exalted among the nations, I am exalted in the earth” (Psalm 46:10).

 

Prelude & Offertory                                                        c/o Sandy Byler

 

Welcome & Announcements                                               Micah Hurst     

 

Worship in Song                                                            c/o Julia Alleman

 

Focusing

 

First Fruits Giving

 

Children's Church (age 3 through 2nd grade invited downstairs)

 

Worship in Hymns                                                              Julia Alleman

    HWB 115,  "Jesus, Thou mighty Lord"

    HWB 598,  "A wonderful Savior"

 

Sermon:  "What Is Your Portrait of Jesus"                     Dennis Kuhns

                                                       Scriptures: Mark 8:27-30                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 

Hymn of Response

   HWB 571 ’Tis not with eyes of flesh we see"

 

Prayer of Dedication for Relief Sale

 

Sharing & Prayer

 

Benediction & Closing Song "Benediction"

 

(Pastor Regina Brubaker will be in the Prayer Room following the service for anyone needing a ministry of prayer.)

TODAY AT WEAVERS

 

Sunday School Classes for Children, Youth and Adults begin at 9:30am.  Ushers are glad to assist with directions.

 

¨       Hearing assistance units are available from the ushers.

 

Nursery services are available.

Attendants: Worship – Emily Eby, Lauren Rhodes

 

 

THIS WEEK AT WEAVERS

Wednesday, September 27

  6:30 Kid's Club kickoff

  6:30pm  Jr. Youth at the Lighthouse

  7:00pm    Prayer meeting

  8:00pm  Sr. Youth at the Lighthouse

 

Friday & Saturday, September 29, 30

  Relief Sale events at Rockingham County Fairgrounds

 

Fall Communion Sunday, October 1

  Speaker, Phil Kanagy

  Nursery Attendants: Worship – Dianna Lehman, Anna Layton

  

Statistics for Sunday Service  September 17, 2017

Worship Attendance - 155

Offering:  Budget - $6,417; Building Fund - $250

 

Upcoming Events for your Calendar

     Oct. 6,7 Jr. High Youth Retreat

 

Announcements

Happy Birthday blessings this week to: Thelma Good, Alan Eby, Reba Nesselrodt, and Sophia Brunk (turns 4 yrs. old).

 

Today is our last day to collect coins for My Coins Count, a project of the Virginia Mennonite Relief Sale. The money goes for meeting children's basic needs in Albania, Jamaica, Southeast Asia, and Uganda. These are MCC and VMM sponsored programs. The children will come around with cups to collect your coins during the regular offering time.

 

Next Sunday our offering will be for the EMHS Brotherhood Plan. The amount yet needed to cover the non-budget portion is $3,000.

 

Next Sunday we will celebrate Communion during our worship service.

 

 Cookies and white sauce are needed for Relief Sale's Friday meal, Sept. 29, at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds.  A sign-up sheet for cookies is in the foyer.  Contact Yvonne Martin (908-0806) or yvonne.cmc@verizon.net if you can bring white sauce.  Recipe is 1 gal. milk, 2 T. salt, 1 ½ c. flour,  1 c. margarine.

Volunteers are needed to help with Children's Activities at the Relief Sale from 9am to Noon.  Third graders and up are welcome to help.  Contact Joyce Nussbaum for more information, or to let her know you can help: bjnussbaum@yahoo.com

 

Baked goods for the Relief Sale are always in high demand and in short supply.  Foil pans will be handed out in the foyer today following the service.  If you have the baked items at Shady Oak by 11am on Friday, they will be delivered to the fairgrounds for you. Volunteers will price items.

 

If anyone is interested in playing Fall church league co-ed volleyball, please see Isaac Driver.  The season begins shortly.

 

A wonderful weekend retreat is planned for women of all ages on Nov. 10-12.  Join your sisters in a beautiful setting at Natural Bridge, close to Lexington.  Our theme this year is "Gratitude Beyond Thank You" presented by Elaine Maust; writer, spiritual director and business women. Pamphlets are on the foyer credenza.

 

Food donations for the backpack program are currently in need of:: chicken noodle soup (canned)

"easy mac"  or ramen noodle cups      chef boyardee 

vienna sausages or beanie weenees    single serve cereal cups

shelf stable individual fruit cups and applesauce

juice boxes    saltine crackers             instant oatmeal

 

Address or phone changes and additions for your church directory: 
Brent & Joyce Nussbaum; 4484 Snapps Creek Rd., Rockingham 22802; cell - 540.820.3856
Leona Good, 602 Mission St., San Antonio, TX 78210; cell 540.820.1431; leona.good15@gmail.com
Cameron Brown,  7144 Onyx Hill Rd., Dayton, VA  22821; cell 540.280.9475.

 

Nazareth/Bethlehem Work Group 2018.  Registration is now open for the Nazareth/Bethlehem Work Group (May 11-28, 2018) sponsored by the Partners in Mission program of Virginia Mennonite Missions.  For more information contact Dorothy Jean Weaver at (540) 432-4276 (o) or at (540) 433-3336 (h).

Nathan Hershberger and Kaitlin Heatwole completed three years of service with MCC in Iraq in July.  Come hear them share about their experiences in Iraq at the "Alumni and Friends of MCC" event at 11 am on Saturday, September 30,  at the Virginia Mennonite Relief Sale, right outside the breakfast barn at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds.  Heatwole was MCC Iraq program coordinator, and Hershberger taught English at three church institutions in Erbil, Iraq, including St. Peter's Seminary.  For more info, call Luke Schrock-Hurst, Virginia Representative for MCC, at  (540) 437-1201.