LOVE GOD, LOVE OTHERS, SERVE THE WORLD

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LOVE GOD, LOVE OTHERS, SERVE THE WORLD
Registration Apr 10, 2016
(Please place in offering plate during Offertory)
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1st UMC Numbers Apr 3, 2016
Worship: 9:15 11:15 12:30 Total
137
55
65
257
Small Groups: 14 with 136 people
Offering: General Fund
$7076
Building Fund
$1520
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ACOLYTE SCHEDULE
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we
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Kristofer Cloud
Matthew Fillinger
~ WAYS TO SERVE FUMC ~
Apr Coffee Detail: Pairs & Spares
Apr Head Usher: 9:15 Rod Anderson
11:15 Bill Anderson
Prayer Requests:
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Information Directory
Sr. Pastor: Paul [email protected] 772-2215
Children’s Ministry Director:
Michelle Goodson
[email protected]
Youth Director: Kristin Schulz
[email protected]
Administrative Assistant:
Ginger Johnson
[email protected]
Sunday, April 10
8:00AM-Chancel Choir Practice
8:00AM-Gathering Band Practice
9:00AM-Prayer (Chapel)
9:15AM-Morning Worship Service
10:15AM-Sunday School/Small Groups
11:15AM-”The Gathering” Service
12:30PM-El Mesias Worship (812 E. Broadway)
2:30PM-Hospice Remembrance Service (FLC)
5:00PM– Small Group Bible Study (A107)
6:00PM-UMYF Small Group (C103)
Monday, April 11
6:30AM-Prayer Time
12:30PM-Community Food Pantry (FLC)
6:30PM-Boy Scouts (C103)
Tuesday, April 12
10:00AM-Staff Meeting
3:00PM-Community Kitchen (Big Kitchen/FLC)
5:30PM-Relay For Life Roundup Meeting (C103)
Wednesday, April 13
10:30AM-Ministerial Association Meeting (C108)
3:00PM-Confirmation Class (D108)
5:00PM-El Mesias Music/Small Groups (812 E. Broadway)
5:15PM-Prayer Reunion Group (Chapel)
6:00PM-UMYF (C101)
6:00PM-Handbell Choir Practice
Thursday, April 14
12:00PM-Berean Concert Rehearsal (Sanc)
3:00PM-Community Kitchen (Big Kit/FLC)
3:00PM-Aging Well Class (D108)
Friday, April 15
7:00AM-Methodist Men’s Breakfast (Angus Branch)
5:30PM-Ladies Out of the House (C103)
6:00PM-El Mesias Prayer Group (812 E. Broadway)
Saturday, April 16
12:00PM-Youth Laser Tag Activity-Marionville
www.1stumcmonett.com
1600 North Central Avenue
417-235-7444
LOVE GOD, LOVE OTHERS,
SERVE THE WORLD
Making Disciples for Jesus Christ for the
Transformation of the World
April 10, 2016
Monday through Friday: 7 am —Loaves & Fishes
ARE YOU NEW?
Whether you’re just visiting or looking to
stay, it is great to have you with us! Visit our
Welcome Desk located in the foyer to find
out more about Monett First United
Methodist Church and to help get connected into the community. Also,
please register your attendance on the tear-off portion of this worship folder.
UMYF—Youth (Grades 7-12)
MONETT
HABITAT FOR
HUMANITY
TRIVIA NIGHT
Fundraiser
Friday, April 22, 2016
6:15pm Dinner
7:00pm Trivia Starts
Wednesday nights 6:00-7:30pm
Student News:
Kick off new study for Sunday School. Please join us!
Small Group tonight at 5:00pm.
Wednesday night—worship will begin at 6:00pm., no dinner.
Saturday—Laser tag. Please get permission slip/release form signed
before Saturday. We will leave the church at 3pm and return around
9pm. All people going must sign a release prior to getting on the bus for
our adventure on the field. Students under 18 must have parent signed
release form.
This is the LAST week for Scholarship Applications
to be turned in. Deadline is this Friday, April 15th.
NEW BIBLE STUDY IN COFFEE SHOP
CLASS continues
“IF…”
IF is a powerful little word. Some people are stuck in “if
only”, trudging through lives marked with regret. But God wants us to
live lives marked with possibilities, with the “what if” attitude that looks
forward to the future with confidence. Why? Because the answer to “If
God is for us, who can be against us?” is “No one.” God is always on our
side. Every day, in every way.
10:30-11:15am Sundays in room C122
4 weeks, until May 1
Led by Linda Lanning
NEXT SUNDAY is Crosslines Collection Day!
The basket is located in the foyer. Their needs are soups,
peanut butter, powdered milk, macaroni, beans, rice,
deodorant, and diapers (size 3 and up).
“On behalf of the CMU Band I would like to offer thanks to your
congregation for hosting us during our annual spring tour. We are so
grateful to you for opening your sanctuary for us to perform in and for
providing two wonderful meals for us. We are also grateful for your
church members who opened their homes to our students for the night.
Our annual spring tour is one of the highlights of our year, and being
able to share it with you was a great pleasure for us.
Thank you again for your warm hospitality.”
Skip Vandelicht, Director of Bands
Central Methodist University.
Prayer List
Please pray for those within our church
family who are in need of prayer.
St. Lawrence Catholic Church
405 7th Street
Monett, MO
Price $20.00
(includes pizza & salad)
V B S June 5-June 9
“SURF SHACK”
Registration is now OPEN!
Sign up to volunteer and
register your kiddos for
Vacation Bible School.
Pre-K3-5th grade.
http://2016.cokesburyvbs.
com/monett
The May/June Upper Room books are on the
information Desk
SPOTLIGHT PRAYER FOCUS THIS WEEK
Our prayers this week are for the Boy Scout Troop #38 led by Jon Funk.
There are 18 boys in the troop. This week there are 3 Cub Scouts
crossing over to Boy Scouts which will increase that number. The Boy
Scouts have different kinds of activities for the boys. They camp out
about once a month (in all kinds of weather). In May there is a
canoe trip on the Buffalo River. In June there is a Summer
Camp. Then in July, 6 boys and 2 adults are going to Sea Base
which is a Boy Scout camp in Florida. Please focus your prayers
this week on the leaders and the boys of this Troop.
Come help celebrate with Carly Renfro for her
upcoming wedding to Kyle Baugh. The celebration will
be in room C101 from 2:00-4:00pm on April 17th.
Your presence would be your gift to them.
Family of Tom Adams, Hannah
Johnson’s father, who passed away
Shirley Bass, Melissa Priest’s
mother, is in the hospital
Janie Bates’ close friend, who is
going through chemotherapy
Robin & McKenzie Bucher,
recovery from car wreck
Mary Collins, Linda Johnson’s aunt,
cancer, heart and kidney failure
Family of Greg Day, friend of Scott
Young, who passed away
Sharon Garrett, pancreatic cancer
Jenny Kellogg, Melva Gressley’s
sister, cancer
Courtney King, mono & testing for
kidney issues
Vicky McGuire, recovery from lung
transplant and rejection treatments
Heather Mollis, going through
chemo then radiation after surgery
Glen Parker, recovery from stroke
Tamay Parker, heart problems
Walt Reigle, Tracy Essary’s great
uncle, terminal and in hospital
Tommy Santee, has cancer and has
had a kidney removed
Sharon Smith’s sister, going
through chemo
Sharon Smith’s mother, recovery
from double pneumonia
Carry Stotz, health issues
Brian Swadley, had skin graft for
burns on feet & is doing better
Linda VanEaton, procedure for
relief of hip pain on 4/7
Rejeanna & Haley Williams,
recovery from car wreck
Wanda Zaring, Tracy Essary’s aunt,
in ICU with CHF & pneumonia
2016 Confirmation Class:
Turner Goodson, Jonathan Nunn,
Maddy Williams, Jackson Young,
Kristofer Cloud
For further information contact Kathy Fertig, Melva
Gressley, or Mary Lambert.
Central Park Elementary, prayers
for God’s spirit to be in the school
ASHLEY BRYAND’S PASSION PROJECT
Thank you so much for all of the donations! The
toothbrushes and toothpaste are on the way to Mibta,
Kenya! When all our supplies get there, the teachers
will email pictures to me to show everyone.
HOMEBOUNDS
Frances Babcock Frances Carlin
Peggy Costley
Helen Dixon
Virgil Jameson
Edna Lukon
Bill O’Neal
Mary Thomas
Marjorie and John Thomas
D. Jack Williams
Job 3:11-16
11
“Why did I not perish at birth,
and die as I came from the womb?
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Why were there knees to receive
me
and breasts that I might be nursed?
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For now I would be lying down in
peace;
I would be asleep and at rest
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with kings and rulers of the earth,
who built for themselves places
now lying in ruins,
15
with princes who had gold,
who filled their houses with silver.
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Or why was I not hidden away in
the ground like a stillborn child,
like an infant who never saw the
light of day?
Job 3:20-23
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“Why is light given to those in
misery,
and life to the bitter of soul,
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to those who long for death that
does not come,
who search for it more than for
hidden treasure,
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who are filled with gladness
and rejoice when they reach the
grave?
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Why is life given to a man
whose way is hidden,
whom God has hedged in?

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