First Baptist   Bulletin   Penn Yan   

November 9, 2014
Our Service of Worship and Praise

. Prelude & Chimes
. Welcome & Announcements
*Congregational Song .....“Holy, Holy, Holy!” (No. 138)
*Call to Worship
*Congregational Song ..... “There’s a Sweet, Sweet Spirit” (No. 398)
. Anthem ........................... “Thanks Be To God”
. Children’s Message
. Pastoral Prayer & The Lord’s Prayer
. Offering
*Offertory Prayer
. Scripture Reading .......... Romans 10:1-12
*Congregational Song ..... “Immortal, Invisible” (No. 263)
. Message ........................ “Call On The Lord” - Rev. Stephen Sanden
*Congregational Song ..... “God of the Ages” (No. 262)
*Benediction - Postlude
***If you wish to and are able, you are invited to stand.

Pastor: Rev. Stephen Sanden
Choir Director: Barbara Stewart
Organist: Carrie Ahearn
Ushers/Greeters: Judi Scheel, head usher
Karen Rasmussen, Paul Nash, George Jensen

Please Be in Prayer For

Donald & Beverly Hall  Ben Loomis    Linda Potts         
Riley Potts     John Rasmussen  Harold Rasmussen   
Barbara Ritz      Gene Spannet     Stacy Whitney 
Fritz Roulo

Our Special Interest Missionaries:
International: Rev. Peter & Sarah McCurdy
Home: Jennifer Muniga, Cameron Community Ministries

ABW Scholarship Woman: Cheyenne Skinner

Clinton Crest:	 Doris Barcliff
The Homestead:	 Helen Ansley	    Virginia DeLooza
	         Necia Smith        Kathryn Clayson         
                 Irene Wachala      Marge Cornell           
The Manor:	 Billie Potts       Mary Armstrong           
                 Milly Bloomquist   Margaret Mills
                 Margaret Drakeley  Bessie Decker	

> Our Country and Leaders
> Our Service Men and Women and their families
> Those in our community who serve as law enforcement,fire fighter 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.

This Week at First Baptist

5 pm Wellspring Fellowship

Monday, November 10
10 am Food Safety Meeting
5 pm Church Supper/Movie
7 pm Wellspring Bible Quiz

Tuesday, November 11- Veteran’s Day
7 pm Community Chorus
Happy Birthday to Barbara Gage!

Wednesday, November 12
4 pm Backpack Program
6:30 pm Cub Scout Meeting

Thursday, November 13
9 am Homeschool Group
7 pm Boy Scouts
7 pm Christian Edu. Meeting

Saturday, November 15
9 am Scouting

Ushers & Greeters for Nov. 16
Stan Ovens, Cindy Ovens, Clifford LaBarr, Charlie Watkins

News and Upcoming Events

ABC of the Finger Lakes - Today, November 9
Meeting of the American Baptist Churches of the Finger Lakes - today, November 9th at Wayne Village Baptist Church. “Stewards in Our Community: Church Outreach Programs in Communities” and annual meeting. Registration begins at 2:45 pm. Dish-to-Pass supper to follow. Purpose: support for congregations, information sharing, fellowship/family, celebrate our identity as American Baptist.

Church - Community Supper & Movie - Monday, Nov. 10
Supper at 5:00 PM – Church Ham Loaf - $3.00 per person
Movie at 6:00 pm - Plot: English teacher John Keating inspires his students to a love of poetry and to seize the day.

Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service - Sunday, November 23, 2014
The Penn Yan Area Council of Churches invites you to join as a community of faith as we give thanks. 3:00 PM, Sunday, November 23, 2014at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 135 Hamilton Street, Penn Yan. A goodwill offering will be taken to benefit the Yates County Food for the Needy Program. If you would like to take part in the service, helping to lead prayers, read lessons, etc., please call Pastor Michelle Fischer at 536-8165

Articles for the December edition of the Church Newsletter will be due by Monday, November 17. Thank you.

Thank you – to Charlie Miller for his many years of faithful service in ringing the church bells.

The November item for Milly’s Backpack Program Hot Cocoa

Were you here?    
Oct. 12     Oct. 19    Oct. 26     Nov. 2
   41          61         59          55

Received Last Week
Pledges & Loose Offerings: $4,089.50
Needed each week: $1,825

Our Church's Mission

Mission Nugget - The Murrow Indian Children’s Home
Currently serving 22 children and youth, the home offers residential and crisis care as well as daycare for children of teen mothers. Children, many from the Creek Tribe, live in family-like cottage settings and attend local public schools or day treatment programs. The home often accepts children and youth whom state agencies have given up on, says Director Joan Brown, a commissioned American Baptist missionary who serves through National Ministries. Children are also encouraged to learn about their Native American background and culture. “Our staff is experienced and our program has a good reputation,” says Brown. “Most of all, we offer a loving, caring environment and an opportunity for the children to be more like normal children should be.”

Mission Budget Report
Congratulations! Thanks to another $100 received for the World Mission Offering on November 2nd, we have received a total of $1129 - $79 over our goal. In addition, we received $822 for our budget. In this season of Thanksgiving, please continue to give generously so we can continue to help others. Thank you.

Community News and Events

Honoring our Veterans - Tuesday, Nov. 11
Keuka College will mark Veteran’s Day Tuesday, Nov. 11 with a special ceremony in Norton Chapel at 4:15 pm. Local veterans, their families and friends are invited to join the Keuka College students, faculty and staff in a ceremony honoring veterans who have served our country. The program will include patriotic music, guest speakers, and special recognition of veterans and will conclude in front of the chapel with a 21 gun salute presented by the Penn Yan V.F.W. Color Guard followed by Taps. There will be a dinner with a cost of $10.50 at the Geiser Dining Hall on campus. You are encouraged to rsvp to Laurie Adams, assistant director of alumni and family relations at 315-279-5653 to reserve a spot or for more information about the program.

Penn Yan Manor Memorial Service - Wednesday, November 12
10:30 am, PY Manor Dining Room. In faith, hope and love; remembering our loved ones who have recently died. Sponsored by Chaplain’s Board of the Penn Yan Area Council of Churches and the Penn Yan Manor.

Bazaar, Craft & Bake Sale - Saturday, November 15
At the PY United Methodist Church, Saturday, November 15th. Many vendors, favorites will be returning! Lunch will be available for purchase also. Let’s get our Christmas shopping on!

Madeline’s Christmas Dinner Theater - November 21 & 22
November 21 & 22 at the PY UMC, to benefit The Living Well and the Sampson Theater. Serving a Lasagna Dinner with seatings at 5:15 pm and 7:15 pm, performance at 6 pm. Tickets may be obtained from The Living Well or thru a cast member. Ticket prices: $20 – adults, $15 – seniors, $10 – children.

Bazaar - Saturday, November 22 2nd Milo Baptist Church will hold a Bazaar on Saturday, November 22nd, from 9 am to 3 pm. Crafts, bake sale, lunch. L

NOTE: Catholic Charities is searching for someone to serve as an advocate for Clifford LaBarr. Contact them at 536-7046 for more information.

Service Information

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

Church information

Rev. Stephen Sanden
PO Box 695, Penn Yan
Home: 315-536-6385
Cell Phone: 386-986-6961
Office: 315-536-9821

Choir Director: Barbara Stewart
Organist: Carrie Ahearn
Secretary: Peggy Smart L

Church Office: 315-536-9821
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 9 am to Noon
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