Marlboro Bulletin 9-21-19

MARLBORO SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH
September 21, 2019

MEDITATION
“Sometimes it seems safer to have just enough God to get to heaven, but not so much that He
radically alters our lives.”
― Chris Hodges,

WELCOME

CALL TO WORSHIP

HYMN OF PRAISE – #638 For the Beauty of the Earth

PRAYER OF INVOCATION

GREETING EACH OTHER

CHILDREN’S MESSAGE

WORSHIPING IN SONG – #597 Let It Be Said of Us

SHARING AND CARING

THE CHURCH AT PRAYER

SCRIPTURE READING – Jeremiah 29:11-13 (NIV)

MESSAGE – God Has Not Forgotten You

CLOSING HYMN – #545 Living for Jesus

CLOSING BLESSING

ANNOUNCEMENTS

AWANA Kids’ Clubs begins this Wednesday, September 25 from 6:00 – 7:30pm for ages 2
through Grade 6. There is a need for teachers and substitute teachers, if you can
volunteer the time, see Sharon Davis, as soon as possible.

Youth Center for grades 3 – 8 will be held on the third Sabbath of the month starting
October 19. If interested in helping out, please see Kim.

A Back to School Picnic will be held today, from 12pm – 3pm, with make your own
subs/sandwiches and make your own ice cream sundaes. Please stay and enjoy a time of
food and games. There will be no Sabbath School today.

Advisory Committee meeting September 24th at 7:00 pm.

At the last Business meeting, the Diaconate presented a proposal to add a section to the
Church Constitution regarding membership. A copy will be posted on the bulletin boards for
review. See any Deacon or the Pastor with questions. This will be discussed further at the
next business meetings.

October 5th Shiloh will be joining us for our first of month, Sabbath breakfast and Joint
Communion. Tom Davis will be preaching.

CONTINUE TO PRAY FOR THOSE IN TREATMENT AND RECOVERING:
Chris Bond’s cousin, Sherry – may need liver transplant
Yvonne’s uncle Ken – heart issues
Holly’s mother-in-law -in an acute care facility for end of her days; recently moved to
a facility closer to family.
Russell Merritt – congestive heart failure and leukemia; also prayer for his wife, Lida,
who is taking care of him.
George’s mother, Barbara – congestive heart failure and anxiety
Michelle B.’s friend, Oren –back surgery
Dottie’s friend, Kathy – inoperable cancer.
Andrea Jones, cut her leg.
The Babcock Family

CONTINUE TO PRAY FOR SPECIAL NEEDS:
Barb Froding – moving to Wildwood with her daughter; having
trouble with her eyesight.

CONTINUE TO PRAYER FOR:
Our Pastor and his family
Our Church
Our Community
Our Nation and Leaders
Our Military members
AWANA – Our 4th year beginning September 25
Alpha program – Begins on September 14!

PRAISE THE LORD!
Joanna relieved the transition to school has gone well!
Hannah passed her driving test!
Diane reports she is healing well! Thank you for all your prayers. She
is having a second surgery on September 24.
Nelta is home and on the road to recovery. She thanks everyone
for your prayers and the special meals that have been provided.

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