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Bulletin for Sunday December 29, 2019

Speaker:                    Barb Ribble
Worship Leader:       Quesney Buledi
Song Leader:            Sheryl Wideman
Pianist:                      Lois Burkholder
Greeters:                   Ruth Fockler & Bina Xu

Order of Service

Welcome and Announcements
Call to Worship
Opening Prayer
Praise Singing
Scripture Reading: Matthew 2:1-23
Sermon Tittle: Egypt – Friend or Foe?
Congregational Response
Thanksgiving and Prayer Requests


Pastor Taucha Inrig will be on duty Monday, Wednesday and Friday this week.

 To Committee Chairs: Please submit your Yearend Reports to the office by Dec 31.
Thank you.

Finances: Our donations to date are $ 105,454,000. 00. Our budget is $115,000.00. Please consider additional giving before the end of the year. Thank you.

Pastor Taucha Inrig thanks you all for your generous Christmas gifts and wishes you all a blessed New Year.


What Can’t Wait?  We know Advent to be a season of waiting, but is idle and passive waiting what God wants of us? To prepare to celebrate the coming of the Messiah, we will ponder together what things can’t wait.  What are the things that demand our immediate attention? What things call us to work and prepare? What can’t God wait for? Does He wait for our praise, reconciliation, and our sharing His Good News? Does He wait for the end of suffering, loneliness, and fear? This Advent, join us in imagining, and preparing for the celebration!  As we wait, what can’t?

¨ Sunday, January 5 at 9:45 a.m.:  Six month pastoral feedback and discussion regarding a further term. If you are unable to attend that day or wish to provide feedback privately, please contact any council member before January 5th 

¨ Saturday, January 18: The Great Winter Warm Up—Come and celebrate MCC’s 100th anniversary with us. Groups across Canada and the United States will be working the same day to tie 6500 comforters for relief. Drop in between 9AM and 2PM at the church.
Soup lunch will be available. Invite your friends to tie a few knots. Talk to Nancy Taylor or Barb Ribble if you have questions.

¨ Sunday, February 9:  Soup lunch after the service to raise funds for the MDS trip to West Virginia. Details to follow.


“The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.”                                                                                                                                         Frederick Buechner

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