"click on the "i" to the right to see full Bulletin" - 25/06/2017
Bulletin for Sunday June 25, 2017
Speaker: Ken Driedger
Worship Leader: Sarah Taylor
Song Leader: Lois Burkholder
Pianist: Linda Ramer
Greeters: Laurie & Marilyn Hadden
Order of Service
Welcome and Announcements
Call to Worship
Receiving the Inrigs and Dedication of Jefferson Inrig
Scripture Readings: Philippians 2:12-18
Message: “Marks of a Team 3: Contentment“
Thanksgiving and Prayer Requests
Sunday July 9 text, in the Philippians series, will be taken from Philippians 2:19 – 3:14
Pastor Ken Driedger will be in the church office/visiting Sunday through Thursday.
Ken and/or Dawne and Quesney are praying together in the upper room at 10:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We take about 10-15 minutes to read some scripture, pray a psalm, pray for our community and our church together and encourage each other. We welcome anyone who would like to join us as you are able.
We are excited to welcome the Inrig adults into our membership – Taucha, Ross, and Myrna, and we officially take on the privilege and responsibility of being a church family to Rosie, Jennie, and Jefferson as well. And as if that were not enough, today Jefferson is being dedicated to Jesus.
After worship, we’ll celebrate Jefferson dedication to Jesus with a potluck.
Don’t miss the party!
This evening, all are welcome to join Town Hall Prayer, from 7-8 pm at the Council Chambers in Stouffville.
WIDEMAN MENNONITE CHURCH EVENTS
On July 2, we will be joining other Stouffville churches and worshiping together at the Strawberry Festival in the park in Stouffville. Worship will begin at 9:30, but help is welcome at 8:30 to set up chairs.
The weeks of July 16-22 and August 6-12, 2017: Volunteers are needed in the kitchen and to help with maintenance at SILVER LAKE MENNONITE CAMP. For more information please contact the camp – 519-422-1401 / firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.slmc.ca/volunteers
Please pray for Jegasothy Savarimuthu (Pastor Joseph), Markham Christian Worship Centre, who is in the hospital and hopes to be recovering soon at home. He and his family would appreciate the prayers of the MCEC community.