FDL Humane Society Wish List - Covenant United Methodist Church

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FDL Humane Society Wish List - Covenant United Methodist Church
WHAT’S HAPPENING AT COVENANT!
Sun., October 20
Mon., October 21
Popcorn and Wreath Sales in narthex
9:45 am
Sunday School
9:45 am
Choir Practice—Choir Room
9-10:45 am Kindermusik
5-6:45pm
4:30 pm
Tops—FH
8-3:30 pm
SWAT—Whole Building
5-6:45 pm
Kindermusik
6:30 pm
Scout—FH
2113 Budget—$303,124.00
Undesignated: $3,522.00
Designated: $98.00
Mission— Special Disasters Syria—
$205.00
Thank you to the Rachel Circle
for hosting Fellowship Hour today.
Our Mission is making disciples of Jesus Christ
for
the Transformation of the World.
Thurs., October 24 8:30 pm
Mission Team—FH
PRAYER CONCERNS
Sue Grahl, Phyllis Weider, Kevin Stillings, Gus Gustavus, Evelyn Smith, Maura
Daniels (daughter—Bob O’Hagan’s), Kris & Scott (children of Sandy Thern),
Feonia Lynch (Donna Depies), Vida Kiersten, Carol Martin, Jeff Gustavus,
Yolanda Mason, Barb Abitz, Karla Kahlhammer, Altine Lawrence, Taisha
Schmitz, Sandy Petermann, Grandson (Dick Welch), Red LaPlante, Aaron
Sampson (Grandson of Nancy Miller), Bev Beekman, Elisabeth
(Granddaughter—Darci Moore), Donna Handley, Shirley Seresse, Donna Born,
Dean Oulton, Patricia Berry (Sister—Gary Miller), Earl Averbeck, and Larry
Born, Ethel Gustavus, Linda (Cousin—Nancy Miller), Leroy (Brother—Nancy
Miller), Miriam Olmsted, Kathy Rabe (daughter—Donna Handley), Dave
Krueger, Jack Krueger (Brother—Dave Krueger), Margaret Erickson—St.
Francis Home.
Fri., October 25
No events scheduled
All our unspoken prayer concerns…
Sat., October 26
Ashenfelter Baby Shower—FH
Tues. October 22
Wed., October 23
Women’s Breakfast
9:30 am
Small Group Study—Choir Room
6:00-9: pm ARC Bingo
6:30 pm
Sun., October 20
Small Group Study—Choir Room
8:30 am
Baptism of Novella Patt
9:45 am
Sunday School
9:45 am
Choir Practice—Choir Room
Requesting a Pastoral Visit
If you are seeking a pastoral visit, or if you know someone in need of a
pastoral visit, please contact the church office. Perhaps you are shut-in
or know someone who is hospitalized. A call is all it takes to make
Michael aware of your needs.
Sunday Traditional Service: 8:30 am
PRAYERS FOR OUR TROOPS
Transistor Hearing Assist for worship--ask usher
Doug Wolf
Fellowship Hour:
After the service for refreshments in Fellowship Hall
Rides: Free transportation to and from all Covenant Events.
We wish no one to be left out…
Covenant will give you a lift.
So please call one day in advance to arrange a ride with Quality Cab
929-8888. Charge the ride to Covenant.
FOR THE CHILDREN! We offer Sunday School September-May.
Godsongs during the service.
Christian Education : Grades Pre K-5 and Youth Education: Grades 6-12
Nursery is available during 8:30 am worship and education times for children 0-4
years old. It is located on the lower level of the education building.
Nursery Staff:
AnnaRose Austin and Karen Jewson
Ushers: Head Usher: Bill Kelley; Marilyn Stillings and Chuck Kilmer
Attendence:
135
October 20, 2013
Nicholas King
Isaac Jewson
Jeremy Kim
Alex Schaefer
FDL Humane Society Wish List
#1 - Homes for Animals
Dog, cat, or kitten related items —new/ used Sturdy Dog Toys (Kong)
Peanut Butter
Kitty Litter (non-clumping/regular)
Cheese Whiz
Purina Cat and Kitten Chow
Plain Yogurt
Chicken or Turkey Baby Food (human)
Dog Treats
Toys and Cat Trees
Easy-Walk Harnesses
Kitten Milk Replacer
Durable Leashes
Pellet Rabbit Food
Kuranda Dog Beds
Timothy Hay
Bedding and Litter (no pine or cedar)
Bleach, Q-tips, Band-aids, First Aid Supplies, Rubbing Alcohol,
Laundry Detergent, Garbage Bags (20 gal. or larger), Dawn Dish Soap,
Heavy Duty Mop Heads, Paper Towels, Sandwich Bags (zip-lock or
fold top), Small Paper plates and Paper Cups, Copy Paper, and Stamps
Welcome to our services! Please take a moment to sign the attendance
pad at the end of the pew. We certainly hope you will find our worship
service to be an uplifting and pleasurable experience and that you will
worship with us again soon! Guests be sure to stop at the information
desk in the Narthex and receive a coffee cup and a newsletter. You are
invited for coffee after the service!
STAFF—Pastor: Rev. Michael Morning
Music Ministries, Helen Gilsdorf
Choir Director, Jennifer Jensen
Administrative Assistant : Linda Sperbeck; Custodian: Barb King
The Twenty–second Sunday after Pentecost
October 20, 2013
Ringing the Bell and Lighting the Candles
Welcome and Announcements
(Please sign the attendance pads.)
• Hymn #2272 (in supplement): “Holy Ground”
We are standing on holy ground, and I know that there are angels all around: let us praise
Jesus now; we are standing in his presence on holy ground.
• Call to Worship
Psalm 19:11-14
Eleanor King
L: O Lord, your commandments are more desirable than gold,
even much fine gold;
P: sweeter also than honey and drippings of the honeycomb.
L: Moreover by them is your servant warned;
in keeping them there is great reward.
P: But who can understand one’s own errors?
Clear me from hidden faults.
L: Also keep your servant from the insolent;
let them not have dominion over me!
P: Then I shall be blameless, and innocent of great transgression.
Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart
be acceptable in your sight, O Lord,
my rock and my redeemer.
Hymn #158 “Come, Christians, Join to Sing”
Godsongs
Shelli Dekker
A Time for Prayer
Offertory “Precious Lord, Take My Hand” M. Hayes
• Doxology #95
• L: The Lord be with you.
P: And also with you.
L: Lift up your hearts.
P: We lift them up to the Lord.
L: Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.
P: It is right to give thanks and praise.
Helen Gilsdorf
Eleanor King
Poinsettia plants will again be available for you to enjoy
this holiday season. This year’s poinsettia plant will be a
dark red poinsettia is $11.00. A larger dark red poinsettia
is also available for $20.00.
Deadline for ordering is November 17th. The plants will
be on display December 8th.
Write checks payable to Covenant UMC designated for the Chancel Guild
NAME _________________________________________________
Offertory Prayer: We give thanks that the gospel finds voice
through these gifts. We dance for joy, knowing that hungry people
will be fed and the oppressed will find freedom. Surely you provide
a homeland for us all, a place where we are accepted and loved and
given a ministry. Multiply, we pray, the work of our hands, even as
we pray by saying:
Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name.
Thy kingdom come.
Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those who trespass against us.
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory forever.
Amen.
Recessional Hymn#383 “This Is a Day of New Beginnings” verses 1-4
Benediction
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TOTAL PAID_______
Behold, I Stand At The Door and Knock
Walking through Doors of Opportunity
World Community Day 2013
Friday, November 1
1:30 pm
Church Of Our Savior
Donations of “Snack Pak” pudding, Jell-o or fruit will be
collected for “The Food for Thought Program”.
Sponsored by Church Women United
Hymn #347 “Spirit Song” verse 1
O let the Son of God enfold you with his Spirit and his love.
Let him fill your heart and satisfy your soul.
O let him have the things that hold you and
His spirit like a dove will descend upon your life and make you whole.
Jesus, O Jesus, come and fill your lambs.
Jesus, O Jesus, come and fill your lambs. (CCLI#1592322)
The Anthem “Just for You” F. R. Havergal Music
Covenant Choir
Hymn of Preparation #172 “My Jesus, I Love Thee”
Scripture Lesson Jeremiah 31:27-34
Sermon
Meditation “A New Hallelujah” M. W. Smith
A Moment for Mission
The Offering
Closing Hymn
“A Closing Prayer”
The time has come, O Lord, for us to leave this place;
guide us and protect us and lead us in thy grace.
Wherever life may take us as we go our sep’rate ways,
help us share with others the things we’ve shared today.
May the peace of God the Father, and the love of Christ, His Son,
guide us in the days ahead and strengthen us, each one.
May the blessings of the spirit fill us from within;
God bless us and return us to this fellowship once again.
(Shawnee Press, Inc.©1978,onelicense.net#A-714020)
Jennifer Jensen
Jenna Roth
(Today’s loose offering is for the ministry of the Humane Society —Animal Shelter.
Remember, a little goes a long way.)
Postlude
Reprise: “Precious Lord, take My Hand”
Helen Gilsdorf
The flowers adorning the altar today are given by Miriam
Olmsted. Thank you!
There will be a new Kindermusik Village class starting on
October 28th at Covenant. The new unit is called: “Do-Si-Do” and
is for babies ages 0-18 mo. and their parent(s). Learn how to work
on your baby’s total development! “Do-Si-Do” stimulates a wonderfully unique experience of rhythm and movement. Movement
highlights include a Virginia Reel, a combination Tango/Cha-Cha
and a move-to-it poem. This units’ set of At Home Materials includes: Baby’s Literature Book, Home CD, Art Banner, and a scarf
and egg shaker.
Kindermusik classes are offered internationally, and here,
in FDL, at a very reasonable price. All FDL Kindermusik classes
are held at Covenant United Methodist Church in the Covenant
Kids room. All active members of Covenant U.M.C. receive a discount. Class size is limited…so register soon. Give your child the
gift that lasts a lifetime…the gift of music! For more details or to find
out when you and your child could come and visit a class for free,
call Debra Potratz at 923-1554 (e-mail: [email protected] msn.com).

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