August 24, 2014 10:00 AM
Prelude ~ Chimes
Welcome & Announcements
* Congregational Song “Step By Step” On Insert
*Call to Worship
* Congregational Song “Knowing You” On Insert
Special Music Gail Yonge & Rev. Sanden
Pastoral Prayer & the Lord’s Prayer
*Doxology Praise God from whom all blessings flow
Praise Him all creatures here below
Praise Him above ye heavenly host
Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost. Amen.
Scripture Reading Romans 8:1-4 NT pg. 209
* Congregational Song “In Christ Alone” On Insert
Message “Live By The Spirit” Rev. Stephen Sanden
* Congregational Song “The Comforter Has Come” On Insert
*Benediction - Postlude
*If you wish to and are able, you are invited to stand.
This bulletin is dedicated in memory of Cristine Conklin ~ by Cheryl Stewart
Pastor: Rev. Stephen Sanden
Pastor’s Office: 315-536-9821
Pastor’s Cell: 386-986-6961
Pastor’s Email: email@example.com
Choir Director: Barbara Stewart
Organist: Carrie Ahearn
Ushers/Greeters: Greg Miller, head usher
Erik Miller, Sheryl Robbins, Trevor Conrad
Church Office: 315-536-9821
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 9 am to Noon
Church Website : www.pennyanfbc.com
Tom Burke Donald &
Linda Potts Barbara Ritz Ken Sisson
Gene Spannet Ronna Stewart Stacey Whitney
Our Special Interest Missionaries:
International: Rev. Peter & Sarah McCurdy
Home: Jennifer Muniga, Cameron Community Ministries
ABW Scholarship Woman:
Marge Cornell Willie Nelson
Irene Wachala Necia Smith
The Manor: Billie Potts Mary Armstrong
volunteers, teachers, community leaders, and community volunteers
If you know of someone who is ill, in the hospital, home bound etc. or if you have other prayer concerns, please call 536-9821 to let the church office and pastor know.
5 pm Wellspring Fellowship
Monday, August 25
5 pm Church/Community Supper
6 pm Movie
Tuesday, August 26
6:30 pm Friendship Square Dance
Thursday, August 28
YC Food – set up for distribution
Friday, August 29
YC Food Distribution
Chicken ‘n Biscuits, mixed vegetables, tossed salad, dessert
5 pm, $3.00 per person. All are welcome!
Following Monday Supper at 6 pm:
free family friendly film follows food.
Movie Plot: When a 10-year-old girl meets a beautiful copper-colored mare, she knows that she must free the horse from her cruel owner. In the midst of controversies at the beginning of the Revolutionary War, the girl also struggles to hold her family close, and to find ways for love and friendship to rise above the growing conflict.
5th Sunday – Sunday, August 31
Next Sunday is our Deficit Reduction opportunity. Every month that there is a fifth Sunday, we use to encourage “extra” giving towards the reduction of the $12,000 deficit in the budget. Special envelopes will be in the bulletins for whatever extra amount – large or small - that you feel you can contribute. Thank you!
Ushers & Greeters for Aug. 31st
Stan Ovens, Cindy Ovens, Erma Mullins, Cheryl Stewart
“Houses of Worship” Carnival - Saturday, September 6
We will again take part in the
CWS School Bag Project
Our goal - 25 school bags. Each bag should include:
1 – pair blunt scissors
3 – 70 page spiral notebooks
1 – 30 centimeter (12 inch) ruler
1 – hand-held pencil sharpener
1 – lg. eraser
6 – new pencils with erasers (do not sharpen)
1 – box of 24 crayons (only 24)
à Note: Our goal has been met! Whoo Hoo! If you keep sending in supplies, bags will be made to accommodate them.
Reminder to Save:
Fronts of your received greeting cards for Hearts & Hands Ministry
(find drop box in sanctuary)
Cancelled stamps for Missions (see bulletin board)
Box Tops for Missions (see new display on Reader’s Table)
Were you here? July 20 July 27 Aug. 10 Aug. 17
68 52 42 46
Received Aug. 3
Pledges & Loose Offerings $921.50
Needed each week: $1,825
American Baptist Churches of New York State, a regional expression of
the Body of Christ, in response to Christ’s call, assumes responsibility for
leading, challenging, resourcing and empowering our
churches and associates so the liberating Good News might be proclaimed,
experienced and lived in fullness. The Region’s governing board, the Board of
The Board of
Board of Missions Backpack Spotlight Items:
Keep in mind that we do continue to help feed our school-age kids over the summer months. These kids “get to” eat during the school year because of the “free/reduced priced” school lunches that they qualify for, so when school is not in session, then what? That is why the Bd of Missions has undertaken this project. It takes a community to raise a child. Thank you for what you can, and do, contribute.
The August item to benefit Milly’s Backpack Program: Breakfast/Granola Bars
A gathering for Seniors’ is held at
In addition to the programming there will be 20 minutes of walking in the sanctuary. Aug. 25 – Tying Baskets
We are glad you’ve joined us!
We hope you’ll have a rich experience as we celebrate our faith and praise God together.
If you are a guest here today, in the pew in front of you, you will find a Guest Information card. We would like to get to know you better, please take a moment to fill it out and place it in the offering plate.
You are invited to bring your children to the nursery during the service for a safe and Christian environment so that you may more fully experience worship.
For your convenience hearing devices are available. Please see an usher for assistance
John 3: 16