June 14, 2015 - Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church

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June 14, 2015 - Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church
June 14, 2015
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Opening Hymn / Himno
We
Gather
We Are the Church Alive
by Jack St. John and David Pelletier
From many places
we gather here. This
is a high point of our
week. We see our
friends. We make
new friends. And we
spend time with The
Friend -- the loving
Christ who meets us
where we are, as we
are. In this Sanctuary
we worship, and
through worship the
courage within us
is kindled to inspire
courageous living
beyond this place.
We are the Church Alive,
Christ's presence on this earth;
We give God's Spirit body
in the act of our new birth.
As yielded open channels
for God's descending dove,
We shout and sing, with joy we bring
God's all inclusive love.
We are the Church Alive,
Our faith has set us free;
No more enslaved by guilt and shame
we live our liberty!
We follow Christ's example
and freedom now proclaim,
Destroying myths of doubt and fear
in Jesus' mighty name.
We are the Church Alive,
All praise to God on high.
Creator, Savior, Comforter, we laud and magnify.
Your name, Almighty God of love;
Pray, give us life that we
May be your Church, the Church Alive,
for all eternity.
© Copyright 1980 Jack St. John and David Pelletier
Our Community Gathers / Nuestro Communidad Se Reúne
Announcements / Anuncios
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Exchange of Peace / Saludo de Paz
Rev. Troy Treash
Mark Eggleston
+ You are invited to rise in body or spirit.
Rev. Troy Treash
Gathering Song / Canción de Bienvenida
For Everyone Born
For everyone born, a place at the table,
for everyone born, clean water and bread,
A shelter, a space, a safe place for growing,
For everyone born, a star overhead,
And God will delight
When we are creators of justice and joy,
Compassion and peace
Yes, God will delight
When we are creators of justice,
Justice and joy!
Pride
Beginnings
"Stonewall," the site
of a series of riots in
late June-early July
1969 that resulted
from a police raid
on a Greenwich
Village gay bar, has
become synonymous
over the years with
gay resistance to
oppression.
Becoming
the emblematic event
in modern lesbian
and gay history, the
first anniversary of
the Stonewall riots
birthed marches
of solidarity and
celebration which
came to be known
as "Gay Pride."
Today this liberation
movement is spread
across the globe as
millions proclaim
the right to freedom,
dignity, and full
humanity of all
peoples. As those
who claim the life and
teachings of Jesus,
who came bearing
reconciling love for
all, we celebrate our
freedom, dignity, and
full humanity
with “Pride!”
by Shirley Erena Murray
© 1998 Hope Publishing Company. CCLI# 1025612
Contemporary Reading / Lectura Contemporánea
Sharri McGlauthing
A Reading from Leadership Author, Jim Collins
People are not risk-averse, they’re ambiguity-averse. What really scares
people is not the risk, it's the blank canvas. It’s the ambiguity of carving
our own path, trying to do something truly distinctive that is inherently
unnerving to many of us. If you go and do something on your own, what
do you do tomorrow? There is no set timeline, there's no sense of what's
going to come next or how you're going to do it or what things are going to
look like the next month or the month after. It's very, very ambiguous.It's
opaque. It's the blank canvas. I've come to the conclusion that it's not that
people are risk-averse, they are averse to ambiguity.
ne: In these Human words, God's voice is heard.
O
All: Amen.
Special Music / Música Especial Ketrick Braggs
Kedric Brown
John Tease
Mark C. Brown
Be Grateful
by Walter Hawkins
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Scripture Reading / Lectura Bíblica
Denise Junious
Ruth 2:1-10
Now Naomi’s deceased husband had a relative in Bethlehem, an
honorable, wealthy man named Boaz. And Ruth the Moabite said to Naomi,
‘Let me go out into the field and pick up whatever grain is left behind the
harvesters, someone in whose sight I may find favour.’ She said to her, ‘Go,
my daughter.’ Ruth left and went into the fields to pick up the gleanings,
the grain that had been left behind by the harvesters. And so it was that the
portion of the field she was in belonged to Boaz.
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Just then Boaz happened to arrive from Bethlehem, and he greeted the
harvesters, ‘The Lord be with you.’ They answered, ‘The Lord bless you.’ Then
seeing Ruth, Boaz spoke to the young man in charge of the harvesters, ‘To
whom does this young woman belong?’ The servant answered, ‘She is the
Moabite who came back with Naomi. She came and asked my permission
to pick up the grain our harvesters leave behind. She has been on her feet
from early this morning until now, without resting even for a moment.’
Then Boaz said to Ruth, ‘Now listen, my daughter, do not go and glean
in any other field. Stay with the young women and follow along behind the
harvesters. I have warned the young men not to touch you. If you are thirsty,
go and get a drink from the water jars my young men have filled for the
harvesters.”
Overwhelmed, Ruth bowed down before Boaz, saying, “I am just a
foreigner and I have found favour in your eyes. Why have you noticed me
and treated me as if I’m one of your favorites?”
ne: This is the Word of God for the People of God.
O
All: Thanks be to God.
Anthem / Selección Musical
Sanctuary Choir
Let Your Light Shine
Rev. Dr. Michael Diaz
Actions to Be Proud Of
Moment of Reflection / Momento de Reflexión
Mark C. Brown
Karisha Shaw
Invitation to Give / Invitación a Dar
Rev. Troy Treash
Offertory / Ofertorio
Sanctuary Choir
by Greg Gilpin
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June 14 / Chapter 2
Actions to Be Proud Of
June 21, / Chapter 3
Power to Be Proud Of
We Offer Ourselves / Nos Ofrecemos
Why We Sing
Our Resurrection
Pride Month series
is Family Pride.
Through the month
of June we will
follow the journey of
Ruth and Naomi as
depicted in the Book
of Ruth from the
Hebrew Scriptures.
We will focus on one
chapter each Sunday.
June 7 / Chapter 1
Love to Be Proud Of
by Words by Nancy Price and Don Besig, Music by Don Besig
Sermon / Sermón
Family
Pride
June 28 / Chapter 4
A Future to be Proud Of
In worship, Rev.
Dr. Michael, Rev.
Vickey, and Rev. Troy
will share the story
of these “sheroes”
making their way in
the world. This short,
powerful book has a
lot to teach us about
love, power, actions,
and creating a future
with hope.
Communion
As we gather, break
bread, and tell stories
of hope through prayer,
song and ritual in
the practice we call
"communion," we bear
witness that "Life is
stronger than death.
People can change with
God’s help. And God is
worthy of our thanks and
praise." All are welcome
at the table: you do not
need to be a member
of this or any church to
gather as God's children
at the table of Life.
A brief blessing is
offered with bread and
unfermented juice,
available to all. Glutenfree bread is offered at
the far right; Spanish
blessing offered at the
far left.
Please honor this time of
sacred community with
singing, quiet meditation
or prayer that we might
each receive the spiritual
nourishment we seek ...
Comunión
Al reunirnos, partir el
pan, y contar historias
de esperanza a través de
la oración, el canto y el
ritual en la práctica que
llamamos "comunión",
damos testimonio de
que "la vida es más
fuerte que la muerte.
Las personas pueden
cambiar con la ayuda de
Dios. Y Dios es digno de
nuestro agradecimiento
y alabanza. "Todos están
invitados a la mesa:
no es necesario ser
miembro de esta iglesia
o cualquier reunir como
hijos de Dios en la mesa
de la Vida.
Prayer of Receiving / Oración de Recepción
Communion / Comunión
Rev. Vickey Gibbs
Communion Songs / Cantos de Comunión
Here I Am, Lord
by Craig Courtney and Dan Schutte
The Summons
by John L. Bell, Graham Maule, and David Peacock
Here I Am to Worship
by Tim Hughes
+ Prayer of Thanksgiving / Acción de Gracias
Rev. Vickey Gibbs
+ Closing Song / Canto de Salida Trading My Sorrows
I'm trading my sorrows.
I'm trading my shame.
I'm laying them down for the joy of the Lord.
I'm trading my sickness.
I'm trading my pain.
I'm laying them down for the joy of the Lord.
We say
"Yes, Lord, yes, Lord, yes, yes, Lord,
Yes, Lord, yes, Lord, yes, yes, Lord,
Yes, Lord, yes, Lord, yes, yes, Lord,
Amen!
We say
"Yes, Lord, yes, Lord, yes, yes, Lord,
Yes, Lord, yes, Lord, yes, yes, Lord,
Yes, Lord, yes, Lord, yes, yes, Lord,
Amen!
Una breve bendición se
ofrece con el pan y el
jugo, al alcance de todos.
Pan sin gluten se ofrece
en el extremo derecho;
bendición españoles
ofrecen en el extremo
izquierdo.
Por favor respetar este
tiempo de comunidad
sagrada con canto,
la meditación o la
oración silenciosa para
que podamos recibir
cada uno el alimento
espiritual que buscamos.
Rev. Troy Treash
Yes, yes, Lord, Amen!
Yes, yes, Lord, Amen!
by Darrell Evans
© 1998 Integrity's Hosanna! Music
CCLI# 25376
+ Benediction / Bendición
Postlude / Postludio
Rev. Dr. Michael Diaz
Joel Hammett
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Executive Team
Rev. Troy Treash
Senior Pastor
[email protected] (x101)
Mark C. Brown
Director of Worship Arts
[email protected] (x109)
Shiv Dharan
Director of Operations
[email protected] (x102)
Rev. Dr. Michael Diaz
Director of Connections
[email protected] (x105)
Mark Eggleston
Director of Outreach
[email protected] (x106)
Rev. Vickey Gibbs
Interim Director of Life Development
[email protected] (x107)
Professional Stipend & Volunteers
Jon Creamer
Audio Engineer
Joel Hammett
Organist & Accompanist
Christy Irvin
Gospel Ensemble Pianist
Debbie Mansfield
Nursery Coordinator
[email protected]
Sara Navarro
Graphic Design / Teen Coordinator
[email protected] (x112)
Welcome!
If you are attending Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church for the first time, we are
glad to have you here! We invite you to join us each week as we worship God and learn
more about Christian living in an inclusive way. All are welcome.
Make sure to visit the Concierge Desk, located in our Welcome Area, to receive a
gift from us. You will find friendly volunteer hosts waiting to greet you.
Worship Services
Resurrection MCC is proud to offer a variety in our worship services. Our two Sunday
services, at 9 & 11 am, are identical in form, however they contain different elements from
diverse religious traditions each week.
A Special Welcome to First-Time Families!
Our nursery staff would love to meet you and your infants & children aged one month
through three years! The nursery is located to the right of the Sanctuary entrance and is
open during both the 9 & 11 am services.
Children and youth aged 4 - 17 years are invited to join our Youth Ministries Program during
the 11 am service in the Activities Building (located across the breezeway from our main
parking lot). Sign-in begins at 10:45 am. All children must be registered and signed-in to
attend. Parents are welcome to join the children for Communion at Noon in the Activities
Building. Snack & sign-outs begin at 12:15 pm.
About Us…
Resurrection MCC is a Christian church that follows God's call to justice for all people. We
build on a rich history of social justice for, and on behalf of, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender,
and queer people. Since its founding in 1968, Metropolitan Community Churches have
been at the vanguard of civil and human rights movements as an international advocate for
vulnerable people in places where religious orthodoxy, sexism, transphobia and homophobia
can result in violence and death. MCC has been on the forefront in the struggle towards
marriage equality in the US and other countries worldwide and continues to be a powerful
voice in the LGBTQ equality movement. MCC’s ministry reaches over 43,000 members in
over 250 churches in 22 countries worldwide.
Metropolitan Community Churches are on a bold mission to transform hearts, lives, and
history. We are a movement that faithfully proclaims God's inclusive love for all people and
proudly bears witness to the holy integration of spirituality and sexuality. Because of our
faith we are called to: do justice, show kindness, and live humbly with God (Micah 6:8);
explore life's questions with open hearts and minds; raise our voices in sacred defiance
against exclusion, whether religious, political or systemic; reach out to those with no hope;
equip new generations of remarkable, far-reaching spiritual activists.
The Mission of Resurrection MCC is to demonstrate God's unconditional love
to all people through Christ-like action.
The Vision of Resurrection MCC is to ATTRACT people into a relationship with God through radical INCLUSION into God's family, transform them to Christ-like MATURITY, and MOBILIZE them for their life purpose.
Joel Palomares
At Resurrection MCC, every member and friend is a minister of the church. We envision
a Christian community that values diversity and is as diverse and all-encompassing
as creation. Through salvation, service, study, and tithing, each member and friend
will live and grow in faith and be spiritually fed. We embrace four core values:
Steven Shannon
Inclusion
Youth Ministries Program Coordinator
[email protected]
Sanctuary Choir Director
[email protected]
John Taylor
Altar Ministries Coordinator
Cassandra White
Gospel Ensemble Director
[email protected]
Worship | Sunday, 9 & 11 am
Children & Youth Worship | Sunday, 11 am
Nursery | Sunday, 9 & 11 am
Resurrection MCC
2025 West 11th St, Houston, Texas 77008
Phone 713-861-9149 / Fax 713-861-2520
www.ResurrectionMCC.org
Core Values
Love is our greatest moral value. Inclusion is a primary focus of our ministry. We believe
that all people, as they are and where they are, should be welcomed at God’s table.
Community
Our deep desire is to offer a safe and open community for people to worship, learn,
share, and grow in their faith. We are committed to equipping ourselves and each other
to do the work that God has called us to do in the world.
Spiritual Transformation
A message of liberation guides our ministry. We believe that when people are invited to
experience God through the life and ministry of Christ, lives are transformed.
Justice
We are committed to uplifting all people and standing with those who suffer under the
weight of oppressive systems. We are guided by our commitment to global human rights.
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Que(e)rying
the Bible
Day of Decision
(and possible Legal Marriage Ceremony!)
WEDNESDAYS
JUNE 17, 24
5:00 pm on the Day of Decision
Likely Between
Monday, June 22 - Monday, June 29
Resurrection MCC Sanctuary
7 - 8:30 pm • GATHERING PLACE
Lesbians and gay men in the Bible? Stories of transgender
people of faith in the Scriptures? Sexual minorities
claiming good news of the gospel in the pages of the
Good Book? Imagine that! Or even better, come query the
Bible for yourself, and join us for this series of searching
the Scriptures to discover that it has always been our
story too! Everyone is welcome to attend one, some, or
all sessions!
www.ResurrectionMCC.org/queerying
[email protected]
It is an historic time in the life of our nation and
Metropolitan Community Churches. Resurrection
MCC is honored to be a "Decision Day" gathering
location in Houston for the day a decision comes
down from the Supreme Court or the Fifth Circuit
Court on the issue of marriage equality.
We hope you will join us on campus that day at 5:00
pm as we celebrate decades of MCC advocacy that
has brought us to this moment. In fact, Rev. Troy Perry
performed the first same-sex marriage in the U.S. in
December, 1968, just two months after founding the
denomination.
It is possible that the Harris County Clerk's Office will
begin issuing marriage licenses on that day and waive
the typical 72-hour waiting period. If that is the case, we
will be hosting a mass same-sex marriage ceremony
THAT DAY at 5:00 pm. If you are interested in getting
married if it becomes legal (or are considering it), it is
important that you email [email protected]
org with your names and cell phone numbers so that
we may notify you of the critical and timely details as
soon as we know of a decision. It will be very important
that you have these details in order to participate.
PRIDE
FILM SERIES
FRIDAY
Couples are not required to be a member of Resurrection
MCC or any church in order to participate. Please
share this invitation widely with everyone you know
who may be interested in coming to the celebration
getting legally married, or attending the reception!
JUNE 19
7 - 9 pm • Gathering Place
Exploring a wide variety of issues and situations involving
the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer
communities through film. Come and engage the inspiring
stories of PRIDE. Make new friends, enjoy good food and
have some fun.
Many thanks to all those who have worked tirelessly
over 47 years in the MCC movement that have brought
us to this day, and thanks be to God!
Read about the history of marriage equality in the MCC
movement at www.ResurrectionMCC.org/marriage
June 19 - "Christopher and His Kind"
www.ResurrectionMCC.org/pride-films
[email protected]
This celebration is in partnership with
www.TexasForMarriage.org
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C ampus
c a r e day
Pearls of
Wisdom
Saturday
JUNE
20
9 am - 1 pm • Gathering Place
SUNDAY
JUNE 21
We need your time and talent to make our church
look fabulous for Pride. Campus Care Days provide
opportunities for those who like to work inside and
outside to assist with maintenance projects, yard work,
tree trimming and weeding. Projects this month include
resetting pews, vacuuming, attaching rubber floor guards
to chairs and tables. Lunch and laughs will be held in the
Gathering Place at Noon.
www.ResurrectionMCC.org/campus-care
[email protected]
12:45 - 1:45 pm • Activities Building
Celebrating and honoring the joy of our long term
relationships. An opportunity to dialogue with LGBTQIA
couples who have been in long term relationships.
Their tips, secrets and suggestions about making
relationships work. Lunch will be served.
www.ResurrectionMCC.org/pearls
[email protected]
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PRIDE FRIENDRAISER
BRunch
BOOK STUDY SERIES
6 WEDNESDAYS • JULY 22 - AUGUST 26
7 - 8:30 pm • Gathering Place
TODAY
Learning to Walk in the Dark: How did darkness become
a synonym for everything wicked, sinister, or wrong?
In her new book, Barbara Brown Taylor decides not to
believe everything she hears about the dark. Instead of
turning away from it she heads into it instead, embarking
on a year-long journey that takes her into dark caves,
underground nightclubs, subterranean chapels, and unlit
cabins in the woods on nights with no moons.
12:30 - 1:30 pm • Activities Building
Everyone, especially newcomers, are invited to a wonderful
time of fun and fellowship over a buffet brunch, salad,
cupcakes, tea, and punch, with an opportunity to meet new
friends, reconnect with others, and learn about the many
opportunities to offer your sacred service at Resurrection
MCC. $5 suggested donation. No one turned away.
www.ResurrectionMCC.org/ltwitd
[email protected]
GENERATIONS
FILM SERIES
WEDNESDAY
JUNE
24
7:30 pm • Neon Boots Dancehall & Saloon
4 FRIDAYS
11410 Hempstead Hwy, Houston 77092
JULY 10, 17 • AUGUST 24, 31
7 - 9 pm • Gathering Place
Featuring Performances by Resurrection MCC's
Broadway Revue cast members during the break!
Join your church family for Neon Boots Bingo & Steak
Night! Resurrection MCC is the beneficiary on Wednesday
evenings. $10 paper packs. Doors open at 4 pm. $10
Steak Night at 5 pm offers a rib-eye or chicken, a salad,
and your choice of mashed potatoes, green beans, or mac
& cheese.
Understanding our differences is as important as
understanding our differences. Understanding how and
why generations have certain values and traits can help in
collation and bridge building. Understanding differences
(and why those differences exist) can reduce judgment
and enable choice and even appreciation. Come and be
surprised, intrigued and entertained.
www.ResurrectionMCC.org/generations
[email protected]
www.ResurrectionMCC.org/bingo
[email protected]
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MCC 101
Walk for Fitness
SUNDAY
JULY 12
EVERY saturday
8 - 8:45 am
Meet on Front Lawn, Bayou Side
12:30 - 3:00 pm • Gathering Place
Learn more about who we are at Resurrection MCC in this
introductory class. We’ll discuss the mission, vision, and
values of Resurrection MCC, learn more about our history,
and discover the many ways people are making an impact
in our faith community. At the end of class you will be given
the opportunity to become a member if you feel God’s call
on your heart to do so. The class is open to those wishing
to become members and those who simply want to learn
more about Resurrection MCC. Lunch provided.
Join us on the Front Lawn and then we'll head out for a
45 minute Walk for Fitness along the newly constructed
Hike & Bike Trail on the Bayou just East of Church.
www.ResurrectionMCC.org/walk
[email protected]
www.ResurrectionMCC.org/mcc101
[email protected]
SATURDAY
JULY 11
Finance Committee
Show at 7:15 pm • Activities Building
Food & Beverage Service Begins at 6:30 pm
Tickets are now available online for
Resurrection MCC's fourth annual Broadway Revue & Dinner!
The Finance Committee is about ready to start its work and
we are looking for a couple new members. The first goal for
the committee will be to conduct an internal audit for RMCC’s
2014 year.
www.ResurrectionMCC.org/broadway-revue
Always a sellout, this year's show features the largest cast
ever, with some of Resurrection's finest performers in solo,
ensemble, and full-company vocal and dance numbers.
Because of the specific responsibilities of the Finance
Committee we are looking for members who have a
background in Finance, Accounting, or Investments. If you
are interested in serving on the committee please send a brief
bio to Eddie Domingue at [email protected]
Please note that all tickets are advance purchase; no tickets will
be available at the door on the evening of the performance.
You can reserve an entire table for $320 or purchase individual
tickets for $40 each. The price includes all food and beverages,
including wine, beer, and a specialty cocktail.
The expected time commitment for this committee is about
5-8 hours a month. We will normally have one meeting a
month.
[email protected]
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YOGA
TOASTMASTERS
CONNECTIONS
MONDAYs
6:30 - 8 PM • Gathering Place
Instructors Alternate Weekly:
Darrin Brindle, Robin Mack,
Debbie Kelly, and Special Guests
Impress your clients, your boss, or even a potential
employer during your next job interview. Speak with
confidence in one-on-one situations and in presentations
for groups of 20 to over 200. Surprise yourself by
becoming a member of Toastmasters and see how
your personal goals will come true. With Toastmasters
you will learn by doing as you improve your public
speaking skills in a super supportive environment.
Contact Horacio Rodriguez at 954-662-4926 for details.
Tuesdays
7 - 8 pm | Activities Building
Please bring water and towel. Yoga mats available
to borrow. Beginner to Intermediate skill levels.
Details & RSVP:
[email protected]
[email protected]
www.meetup.com/findyourvoicetoastmasters
SPIRITUAL WEEKEND GET-AWAY
September 25 – 27
Christian Renewal Center, Dickinson, TX
Why not spend a relaxing weekend refreshing
yourself with a spiritual retreat?
Take a break and treat yourself, spend time with
your sisters and brothers at a Christian camp,
Topics covered:
Ideal, Grace, Commitment, Prayer, Study,
Action, Security, Ministries and You.
For the cost of $100 you will be provided
6 meals, 3 days & 2 nights lodging,
all printed materials & supplies.
This retreat is being offered by
EXCEL OF THE ARMADILLO
We have been in training and praying for you
all year and looking forward to meeting you in
person to share the Excel experience.
For additional information and to register, please
contact Janice L. Macejewski,
281-740-4372 or [email protected], or
anyone wearing an EXCEL stole or visit
our booth in the Gathering Place today.
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12-step support groups
Rainbow of Hope
Narcotics Anonymous
Tuesdays, 7 - 8 pm | Chapel
A recovery program that offers hope and freedom from
active addiction in a safe space for the LGBTQ community.
This group meets weekly to help each other learn a new
way of life through sharing their experience, strength, and
hope. 832-326-6330
First Sunday (Protein)
Tuna, Chicken, Vienna Sausages, Lunch Loaf
Second Sunday (Fruits & Vegetables)
Canned Fruit, Peas, Corn, Green Beans
Overeaters Anonymous
Third Sunday (Carb)
Small bags of Rice/Beans, Pasta Noodles, Soup
Wednesdays, 7 - 8 pm & Saturdays, 9:30 - 10:30 am | Chapel
A program of recovery from compulsive eating that is
not just about weight loss, weight gain maintenance,
obesity, or diets. This support group also addresses
physical,
emotional
and
spiritual
well-being.
[email protected]
Fourth Sunday (Breakfast)
Cereal, Oatmeal
Fifth Sunday (Toiletries, Travel-size)
Soap, Toothbrushes, Toothpaste, Deodorant, Shampoo
Throwback Thursday Old School
Please note that all items listed are food products that we
use for the food bags. Although we are happy to accept
your food donations, please consider purchasing only the
items listed above.
Big Book Study
Thursdays, 6:30 - 7:30 pm | Chapel
Bring Your Big Book, a highlighter, and get ready to
get down with the dictionary and the first 164 pages
and Dr. Bob's story! All Big Book-based 12-Step
Recovery folks welcome to this open AA Meeting.
[email protected]
Your continued support of this ministry is truly making
a difference in the lives of many. For more information,
check out our new Web site, www.pride-charities.com, or
"Like" us on Facebook.
Fishers Net
Prayer Ministry
Fishers Net offers personal prayers on Sundays at the
Prayer Wall after the 11:00 am Worship Service.
Please email your prayer request to
[email protected]
General Fund Giving Report Giving (Tithes and Offerings)
Total Amount Received
Total Amount Anticipated
Total Giving Variance
Weekly Giving Comparison
Average Amount Received
Ministry Plan Need
Attendance
Worship
Programming
Total Weekly Attendance
For Week and YTD Ended June 7, 2015
Week Ended
$21,001.85
$17,156.25
$16,651.49
$17,156.25
Week Ended
372
105
477
11
YTD Total
$382,984.27
$394,593.75
($11,609.48)
YTD Average
427
149
577
Ministry Plan Need is the weekly
amount needed per the budget
approved by the congregation
to achieve our 2015 ministry
plan goals and strategic growth
initiatives (i.e., the amount needed
to make ministry happen)
HEROES
This Week @
ResurrectionMCC.org
This schedule lists open offerings for which all are invited to participate.
This is not a comprehensive list of all events on campus.
pride Festival
SATURDAY, JUNE 27 • 11 am - 10 pm
VOLUNTEER
SUNDAY
9:00 am
10:15 am
10:45 am
11:00 am
12:30 pm Worship Service
Fisher’s Net - Prayer Time
Youth Ministries Program
Worship Service
Pride Fundraiser Brunch
MONDAY
6:30 pm
JUNE 15
Toastmasters
Gathering Place
AA Big Book 12-Step Meeting
FRIDAY
7:00 pm
JUNE 17
Overeaters Anonymous 12-Step Meeting
Chapel
Que(e)rying the Bible
Gathering Place
10THURSDAY
6:30 pm
JUNE 16
Gospel Ensemble Rehearsal
Music Room
Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal
Sanctuary
Narcotics Anonymous 12-Step Meeting
Chapel
Yoga
Activities Building
WEDNESDAY
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
Sanctuary
Chapel
Activities Building
Sanctuary
Activities Building
TUESDAY
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
JUNE 14
OFFICE CLOSED
Pride Bingo
JUNE 18
Chapel
JUNE 19
Activities Building
SATURDAY
OFFICE CLOSED
JUNE 20
8:00 am Walk for Fitness
Front Yard
9:00 am Campus Care Day
Conference Room
9:30 am Overeaters Anonymous 12-Step Meeting
Chapel
10:00 am Devotion in Motion Rehearsal
Sanctuary
SUNDAY
9:00 am
10:15 am
10:45 am
11:00 am
12:15 pm 12:45 pm Worship Service
Fisher’s Net - Prayer Time
Youth Ministries Program
Worship Service
Brunch Buddies
Pearls of Wisdom
JUNE 21
Sanctuary
Chapel
Activities Building
Sanctuary
Gathering Place
Booth Hosts needed to provide a friendly smile, hand
out "On the Journey" magazines, and answer questions
to festival attendees. To volunteer for a shift (10:30 am
- 1 pm, 1 - 3 pm, 3 - 5 pm, 5 - 7 pm, 7 - 10:30 pm),
email [email protected] This opportunity
is perfect for outgoing individuals and is a fun way to be
the "face" of Resurrection MCC in the community. Our
booth will proclaim God's inclusive love for all people with
a special outreach (like Jesus) to those on the margins.
pride PARADE
SATURDAY, JUNE 27 • 8:15 pm
PARADE ENTRY
We will be featuring the diversity of our families and
our congregation on our float and be surrounded by
Walkers and Dancers spreading God's unconditional
love throughout downtown. Families with children are
strongly encouraged to ride on the float. Walkers need
the ability to walk (or dance) approximately 1.5 miles in
hot, humid conditions.
RSVP
Online at www.ResurrectionMCC.org/parade if you
would like to participate in our Parade Entry as a Walker.
Family and friends are welcome to walk with us. They
need not attend Resurrection MCC. Walking in the
parade is a powerful, fun, and courageous demonstration
of each person's unique identity.
WEAR
"Got Love" T-Shirt or whatever fabulous outfit conveys
your unique God-given Spirit.
VOLUNTEER
Volunteers are needed on Saturday morning to help
assemble the float in preparation to safely transport
our partcipants, as well as to decorate it and make it
fabulous. Other volunteers are needed on Sunday
afternoon to help disassemble the float and prepare the
rental flatbed truck for return.
QUESTIONS & VOLUNTEER
[email protected]

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