Bulletin – 01-15-2012


Emmanuel    Church

John E. Sahl, Pastor
January 15, 2012


10:45 MORNING WORSHIP
Prelude
*Call to Worship – “He is Lord”
*Invocation
*Hymn No. 32 “I Sing the Mighty Power of God”
Scripture Reading: Exodus 16:27-36
Verse of the Month: Ephesians 2:7
Morning Prayer
Offering – “There is a Redeemer”
Choir Selection
*Hymn No. 5 “O Day of Rest and Gladness”
Message: “Rules and Rebellion”
*Hymn No. 541 “Only Trust Him”
*Benediction

5:15 Choir Practice

6:30 EVENING WORSHIP
Prelude
*Hymn No. 594 “Thy Word is Like a Garden, Lord”
*Opening Prayer
Testimonies and Favorites
Special Selection – Patch the Pirate Club
Message by Jeremy Sahl
Closing Hymn
*Benediction

*Congregation please stand.

ATTENDED INFANT AND TODDLER NURSERIES DOWNSTAIRS
Infant Nursery Toddler Nursery Jr. Church
Today: Lindy Kirkham Joelle Layton Dorothea Marro
Next Week: R. A. Peterson Chris Albertson Melodie Sahl

Recordings of the worship services may be obtained from Bob or Charlotte Weiler.

ACTIVITIES FOR THIS WEEK
Monday, 7:00 PM Garden State Bible School
Tuesday, 5:30 PM Board of Trustees – TPA
Wednesday, 7:00 PM Prayer Meeting
7:30 PM Patch Club/Youth Bible Study

FINANCIAL STATISTICS FOR JANUARY 8, 2012
Sunday School 37.80
General Fund 1,782.50
Missions 913.00
Benevolence Fund 15.00
Jenna Berkstresser To date:$221 200.00
TPA General Fund 2.00
TPA Building Fund 2.00
TPA Teachers Fund 10.00

FOOD, GAMES, AND HYMNS
A fellowship is planned for after the morning service next Sunday. Bring your own lunch and then enjoy a time of games and singing.

MISSIONARY SPEAKER
Dr. Bill Shade with Source of Light Ministry will be with us next Sunday morning. We look forward to his ministry to us and a love offering will be received.

DINNER AND BUSINESS MEETING
Our annual meeting will be held at 7:45 PM on January 25, 2012. A fellowship dinner will precede the meeting at 6:15 PM. If you are planning to join us for dinner, please sign the sheets in the lobby. The snow date for the meeting is February 1.

A NOTABLE QUOTE
God uses broken things. It takes broken soil to produce a crop, broken clouds to give rain, broken grain to give bread, broken bread to give strength. It is the broken alabaster box that gives forth perfume. It is Peter, weeping bitterly, who returns to greater power than ever. – Vance Havner

VERSE OF THE MONTH
That in the ages to come he might shew the exceeding riches of his grace in his kindness toward us through Christ Jesus. – Ephesians 2:7