Weavers Mennonite Church

Worship | Bulletin

 

 

 Sunday Worship, October 14, 2018

 

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.

 

 

 

We extend a friendly welcome to each worshiper. It is a great joy to glorify God who has given us life and salvation in Christ.

 

 

Prelude (and offertory)                                             c/o Stephanie Layman

 

Welcome & Announcements                                               Jim Mumaw     

 

Worship in Song                                                                c/o Sara Byler

 

Focusing                                                                                                 

 

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

 

Worship in Hymns                                                         c/o Julia Alleman

   HWB 540 “Strong Righteous Man of Galilee"

   HWB 571 “Tis not with eyes of flesh we see “

 

First Fruits Giving

 

Sermon:  "Bartimaeus:  A Model Disciple "                      Phil Kanagy

                                                       Mark 10:46-52                                                                                                                                               

 

Hymn of Response

   Bulletin insert from Church Hymnal  “Where He Leads I’ll Follow”

 

Sharing & Prayer

 

Benediction & Closing Song  "Benediction"

 

 

 

 

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 – Edith Kuhns, Joelle Blosser

 

Jr. Youth Group - 6:30-8pm at the Lighthouse

 

THIS WEEK AT WEAVERS

Tuesday, October 16

  7:30am  Sr. Youth breakfast at Mr. J's, Harmony Square

 

Wednesday, October 17

  6:30pm  Kids Club

  7pm  Prayer meeting

  7pm  Sr. Youth at the Lighthouse

 

Sunday, October 21
   Sunday, Guest Speaker - Clyde Kratz 

 

                          Statistics for Sunday Service - October 7,  2018

Worship Attendance - 130

Offering:  EMHS Brotherhood Plan -$6,835 Budget - $955; Missions - $100

 

Announcements

Happy Birthday blessings this week to:  Therese Leigh, Kevin Byler, Susan Deputy, Janine Kanagy, Jennifer Wright, Martha Ann Miller, Timothy Martin, Cameron Byer, and Rodney Driver.

 

We are grateful to everyone for the prayers, cards, visits, meals, flowers, and other acts of kindness over the past two months following Dorothy's hospitalization and rehab stay and Carolyn's hip surgery.  We feel very fortunate to be part of this caring church.

                                               Kenneth, Carolyn, and Rebecca Shank

 

 Our Weavers Fall Block Party, Oct. 31, 5:30-7:30pm is for everyone of all ages!  More information is available on the foyer credenza.  If you can help make vegetable soup, please let Lisa Hertzler know. Sign up for other needs.

 

Virginia Weaver(Mother) received many [birthday] cards including many from the WMC family.   She appreciates them so much, remembers everyone and tells me who they are (!).  Many wrote memories and other notes so I am slowly reading these to her. These mean so much to her as she cannot move on her own, except her hands a bit, and yet her mind is still good most days.  She has little and often no pain, she says, so that is a blessing.  Your cards and letters lift her spirits. Thanks so much for your support.                                                                   - Bob Weaver

 

You are invited to Pleasant View’s Twenty-fourth Annual Banquet. Please join us for a delicious meal, fellowship, and a program straight from the hearts of individual with intellectual disabilities. The program theme is “The Beatitudes Come to Life” with music provided by Pleasant View’s Worship Team and Bell Choir.  The Banquet will be held at Park View Mennonite Church Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 6pm.  A free-will offering will be received to support individuals with disabilities served at Pleasant View.  Please RSVP to Pam Miller at 540-896-8101 or pmiller@pleasantviewinc.org by Monday October 15, 2018 so we can plan appropriately. 

 

Everence Week of Generosity - Everence members: You’re invited to volunteer at your favorite charity any day during the week of Oct. 22-27, and Everence will donate to your charity. Get the details and register at everence.com/harrisonburg. Or see the church foyer bulletin board for a copy of an application.

 

A century ago, war fever swept the United States. Mennonites and other people of peace were unprepared and paid the price. What if war fever swept the United States today? Are we again prepared? How would we live out our non-resistance or pacifism?  How would we witness for peace? The Voices of Conscience exhibit will be open on the main (2nd) floor Eastern Mennonite University’s Hartzler Library during regular library hours from October 1 - November 17. (Those hours are: 7:45 AM - 11:30 PM Monday-Thursday, 7:45 AM - 8 PM Friday, 10 AM - 6 PM Saturday, and 2 PM - 11:30 PM Sunday.  This traveling exhibit, created by the Kaufmann Museum in Newton, Kansas, remembers the witness of peace-minded people against the First World War 1914-1918. See the foyer bulletin board for presenters and more information.

 

Come hear Bruxy Cavey at EMU October 24-25. Bruxy, senior pastor of The Meeting House, speaks from his books re(union) and The End of Religion at these events open to the public. Oct. 24 - 10:10-11 a.m. Convocation in Lehman Auditorium, 6:30-8 p.m. Evening Forum in Common Grounds Coffeehouse and Oct. 25 - 11-11:45 a.m. Seminary Chapel in Martin Chapel.

 

Dear Mennonite Church USA constituency from Glen Guyton, Executive Director, Mennonite Church USA: Through the proposed merger of The Mennonite, Inc. (TMI) and Mennonite World Review (MWR), Mennonite Church USA will lose its official media platform (both print and digital) dedicated to MC USA voices and news. The merged organization will function as an independent editorial voice serving a variety of Anabaptist communities including MC USA, but without organizational ties to any particular Anabaptist denomination. Read more background information and Frequently Asked Questions here:   http://mennoniteusa.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Merger-FAQ-_-Final.pdf  Through this survey, the Executive Board and staff are seeking input from the broader church as we navigate the merger process and discern our communication needs moving forward.  Please complete the survey at the following link no later than October 29. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TMIdissolution