Marlboro Bulletin August 25, 2018

MARLBORO SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH
August 25, 2018

Meditation
Make sure of your commitment to Jesus Christ, and seek to
follow Him every day. Don’t be swayed by the false values
and goals of this world, but put Christ and His will first
in everything you do. – Billy Graham

Sharing together in Praise to Our God
Forever – Who You Say I Am – Good Good Father

Welcome

Prayer of Invocation

Greeting Each Other

Children’s Message

Sharing Our Praises and Concerns

The Church at Prayer

Hymn of Confession – #345 Blessed Assurance

Scripture Reading N.T. – Mark 8:27-30

Message – Who is Jesus to You?

Closing Hymn – #300 I’ll Tell The World That I’m a Christian

Closing Blessing

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Come join us for Sabbath Breakfast next week, Sept. 1 with
quiche, eggs, fruit and beverages provided. Bring your own
contribution and enjoy the time with us.

On September 29 we will be holding our Sabbath service at
Jersey Oaks camp. The worship service will be followed by
the Sabbath school picnic. Then in the afternoon we will
be holding a baptism service.

There is a sign-up sheet for food for the SS Picnic on the
bulletin board in the Fellowship Hall. BBQ, rolls and
plates/napkins/utensils/cups will be provided.

In preparation a baptism class will be held in the fellowship
hall Wednesday night August 29, from 7:00 to 8:00. This is
the latest date we have come up with that I hope will work
for all concerned. If for some reason it still will not work for
you, let Pastor Bob know and we’ll get together some time
in September before the baptism service. If you are interested
but not sure if you want to be baptized yet, you are still
welcome to come to the class.

Everyone is invited to buy or sell at our 7th Annual Community
Yard Sale. Sunday, September 2nd 7:30-1:30 Please see Yvonne if
you would like to reserve a spot for $10. *Also the kids are
having a bake sale at the yard sale. If you would like to donate
any baked items please let Yvonne know & drop off by 9/1.

There will be no Advisory Committee meeting this month.

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