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2016-05-08 - Northview United Methodist Church
May 8,2016
Northview United Methodist Church
521 Ridgeclest Drive
Roanoke, Virginia 24019
Telephone 540 366-0646 Fax 366-1569
E-mail: [email protected] (church office)
[email protected] gmail.com (Preschool)
[email protected] (Pastor Joe Klotz)
Web Page: www.northviewumc.org
on Facebook at "NorthviewuMc"
WELCOME TO NORTHVIEW UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
SEVENTH SUNDAY OF EASTERATOTHER'S DAY
MAY 8,2016
11:00 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE
GATHERING
We welcome church family members, guests, and visitors to the morning worship
of God - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Please use this time to greet one another,
share stories, strengthen friendships, and begin new relationships.
WELCOME (Please take this time to record your attendance.)
Dave Parrish
AI{NOUNCEMENTS
We invite you to read through the printed announcements in the bulletin. There
will be a time for special announcements and then we will transition into worship
with a musical prelude. May God richiy bless us as we give glory and honor to our
Creator, Savior, and Spiritual Guide.
PRELUDE
"Lord God, Your Love Has Called {Js Here"
INTROIT
"In His Presencett
B. Wren
D. Tunney
XGREETING:
.
L: Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the Lands!
P: Serve the Lord with gladness!
L: Come into God's presence with singing!
P: Enter God's gates with thanksgiving, and God's courts with praise.
L: Know that the Lord, who made us, is God.
All: We are the Lord's; we are the people of God!
XOPENING PRAYER
Almighty God, You have called the church into being and have gathered us into
one family. By the power of Your Holy Spirit help us to live in unity and peace
with ali of Your children. May our actions this day be fruit of our faith in Your
kingdom. In the name of Christ. Amen.
*HYMN: NO. 92
"For the Beauty of the Earth"
CHILDREN'S TIME IN THE CHANCEL
SPECIAL MUSIC
"A New Songtt
Soloist: Leah Bradford
vs 7,2,4,6
Pastor Joe and the Children
David Steele
CAMP ALTA MONS
PRESENTATION
Meredith Simmons
PROCLAMATION AND RESPONSE
PRAYER FOR ILLUMINATION (Unison)
Holy God,let us come to this Word open to being surprised. Silence our
agendasq banish our assumptions; cast out our casual detachment. Confound
our expectationsl clear the cobwebs from our ears; penetrate the corners of
our hearts with this Word. We know that You can; we pray that You will;
and we wait with great expectation. Amen.
LESSON:
PSALTER: NO.816
SECOND LESSON:
ANTHEM
FIRST
Acts
16: 16-34
(pg. I72l)
Psalm 97
Revelation 22:12-21(pg. 1939)
D. Besig
"Help Us to Be Like Them"
Flutist: Robyn Frazier
They who love the Lord lmve found a gift so rare.
They who love the Lord know joy beyond compare.
And their hearts are lighter, spirits brighter knowing God is always there.
Help us be like them, Lord. Help us to be like them.
She who trusts the Lord has hope that will not fade.
She vvho trusts the Lord need never feel afraid,
For
her
faith will guide her, live inside her, growing with each passing day.
Help us be like them, Lord. Help us to be like them.
They who serve the Lord reach out to those in need.
They who serve the Lord help others to believe;
For they give so freely, love completely, sharing all that lift can mean.
Help us be like them, Lord. Help us to be like them.
*GOSPEL
LESSON:
John 17:20-26
*RESPONSE TO THE GOSPEL
For the Word of God in Scripture,
For the Word of God among us,
For the Word of God within us,
Thanks be to God!
(pe.1680)
Pastor Joe Klotz
*HYMN:
NO.472
SERMON:
"Near to the Heart of God'
"Unbounded
Love"
Pastor Joe Klotz
SHARING OF PRAYE,R CONCERNS AND JOYS
PASTORAL PRAYER - LORD'S PRAYER
OFFERING OF TITHES AND GIFTS
OFFERTORY
"Prelude in
C"
J. S. Bach
Dueling Pianos
*DOXOLOGY: NO.95
*THE PEACE
Let us offer one another signs of reconciliation and love.
*HYMN:
o'Happy the Home When God Is There"
As we sing our closing hymn you are invitecl to the front to receive Christ as your Savior
arrd to re-dedicate your lile to Christ
NO.445
*DISMISSAL WITH RESPONSE: NO.
*POSTLUDE
*Denotes, standing,
if
898
"Amen"
"Faith of Our
Mothers"
F. Faber
able.
Northview provides a nursery during our Worship Service for infants through 4 years old. Porta
crib availabie upon request. For those in need, a changing table has been placed in the women's
restroom (located in the administrative hallway adjacent to the narthex).
The flowers on the altar are given to the glory of God and in honor and in
rnemory of all mothers.
We welcome Meredith Simmons, Program Coordinator at Camp Alta Mons, to
share information about oppofiunities at Camp Alta Mons for the whole church
family. And a special welcome to Joan Wasserott, Roanoke District Missions
Chairperson.
Scripture Readings for Sunday
May 15,2016
2:I-21
Psalm 104:24-34,35b (UMH 826)
Acts
Romans 8:14-11
John 14:8-17
SAVE THE DATE!
The United Methodist Men & United Methodist Women are
co-sponsoring a Spring Picnic to be held on Saturday, May 2l from
11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Friendship Manor Pavilion off of
-'"' Florist Road. Invite your entire family to come and enjoy fellowship
with our church family. Bring a covered dish and a 2 hter drink to
share. Hot dogs, hamburgers, condiments and paper goods will be
provided. Don't forget your lawn chairs. There will be games for everyone to enjoy.
..JOYFUL KIDS''
A new children's choir has come to Northview UMC - "Joyful
Kids." We are excited to have Mary Simmons directing the choir which
will meet on the 3'd Sunday of each month following the worship service
e*ird,rex'*Ckair
for lunch and practice. "Joyful Kids" will sing during the worship service
on the 4'h Sunday of each month. Mark your calendar for our next practice on Sunday,
May 15. Family and siblings are welcome to stay for lunch. There will be a family
activity space availabie during choir practice.
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Music, Art, & Drama Jttly 18 - 22
Welcome to "Tex's Dude Ranch" where the owner "Tex Arkana,"
tells her DONKEY TALES to the accompaniment of the Ranch Hand
Band. The country, western swing, bluegrass and rock-a-billy styles will
enetgrze our L4.A.D kids as they hear the stcries cf Balaam's Dcnkey, the
Good Samaritan, and Jesus riding into Jerusalem, SO . . . quit "horsing
around" and register for M.A.D. CAMP today!!!
Our very own Beth Simmons will be our Camp Director. She is looking for some
sturdy, "ranch hands" to help on the dude ranch. Contact Beth Simmons at 540-765-1rc7
or by email: [email protected]'co.ki2.va.us or the church office 540 366-0646.
Thank You for Serving as: Today's Ushers: Don
Acol).te: Sun. May 8 - David Jordan
Check Signer: May 10 - Amanda Moore
Office Help: May 10 - Phyllis Campbell
Watering the Plants: May 8 - Amanda Moore
Security: l't Sun Open/Ciose - Ken Journell
3'd Sun. Open/Close - Dave Parrish
5'h Sun. Open/Close - Kevin Baker
Stafford and Bob McDonald
May 15 - Victoria Goodman
May 17 - Phil Weaver
May 17 - Gary Lambert
May 15 - Becky Hinrichs
2nd Sun. Open/Close - Sam Martin
4'h Sun. Open - Phil Weaver
Close - Paul Camper
DAYS FOR GIR.LS OUTREACH
Oul Northview Days for Girls group is happy to have finished another
100 feminine hygiene kits which we provided to a mission team at Fincastle
Baptist Church. Their team will be taking the kits to Guatemala this summer
to make a diffelence in the lives of some young ladies there. No matter what part you
may have played, we want to thank each of you who have helped with this project.
Our next work day together will be on Tuesday, May 24 at9:00 a.m.
THE ANNUAL ALL SOCIAL CLUBS DANCE
Sponsoled by a grant from the Down Syndrome Association, the All Social Clubs
Dance is heid each Spring. Traditionally, the site for the dance has been the Holiday InnTanglewood. Now that they are no longer under the auspices of Blue Ridge Behavioral
Healthcare, it fell to the Social Clubs' sponsors to host the dance for the members,
something they look forward to all year. Debbie Tanis, coordinator of the Windsor Hill
Sociai Club, agreed to head up the effort. David Skole, minister at Christ Lutheran,
volunteered to provide the food. "I cook for 150 of my congregation all the time," he
said.
When the District Superintendent, Kathleen Overby-Webster,
visited the Northview SC last year, she mentioned that an application
to the district for help with the funding of the dance would be an
appropriate use of our apportionments. An application was made,
and the district provided a $500 grant!
Armed with grants from Down Syndrome and the UMC,
various venues were considered. The American Legion building in
Salem was the most economical. There were decorations, DJ's to provide the music, a
photographer who took pictures of individuals and small groups and lots of good food
and fun ! After expenses there was enough money left to provide "goody bags" for
members as they left the dance.
Lawrence from Buchanan came in a new shirt and tie. It seems girls were calling
all week to see if he was coming to the dance. He won a certificate for having "The
Smoothest Moves". Bobby got on the dance floor in his wheel chair giving new meaning
to "rock and ROLL". He didn't lack for partners, and he was awarded "The Coolest
Dancer" certificate. Members and volunteers did the Twist, the Electric Slide, and the
Shuffle.
Those who didn't dance enjoyed listening to the music, watching the antics of
their friends, eating party food and simply being out and having a good time. It was a
night to remember. Look for pictures on the SC bulletin boald.
Next up for Northview's SC - a Red Sox game! Ann Journell, SC Volunteer
FAVORITE HYMNS
(Please tear off and place in the offiring plate)
list 2-3 of your favorite hymns to be sung on Special Sundays: Heritage Sunday,
Father's Day Sunday and Gospel Music Sunday.
Please
Hymn
1:
Hymn2:
Hymn 3:
(Please tear off and place in the offering plate)
M.A.D. Camp Sponsorship Northview's Ministry
No gift is too small
Make a one time gift
Yesl I (we) would like to sponsor a M.A.D Week Camper ($40.00)
_
I (we) prefer to make a donation of
$
UMC with M.A.D. CAMP on the memo line
or yolr may use a pew envelope marking special offering with notation of M.A.D. CAMP
Please make checks payable to Northview
on the envelope.
IN YOUR DAILY PRAYERS PLEASE REMEMBER
Rakes
Stamper
Alice Underwood
Leroy Dimmery
Charlotte Broyles
Charlotte Peck
Mary Lou
Norman Andersen
Monica Shumate
Elizabeth Fisher
Paula and Tom Lesko
Barbie Blank, preschool friend
Lynn Bryant's sister
Allie Jones
Josh Thurston
Doug Mitchell
Rev. Tina Cox
Paul Camper
Billy & Debbie Ginger
Freddie Ragland
Dee Copenhaver Cella Ferguson
Mary Starr, Kathryn Johnson's sister-in-law JC Star, Kathryn Johnson's brother
Bobby Ginger, Billy Ginger's brother
Hazel Hager, Aunt of Twila Briscoe
Sylvia Starnes, John Hinrichs' sister
Gary Yarbrough, Becky Hinrichs' brother
Lee Dotson, Debbie Ginger's stepfather
Bonnie Kinzer, friend of Becky Hinrichs
Doug Gibson, friend of Gary Lambefi
Mary Ann Reynolds, Jane Lambert's sister
Mel and Faye Clark, brother-in-law and sister of Twila Briscoe
Dell Nichols, friend of Terry Armstrong
In the Military /International S ervic e
Captain Brandon Kellv, husband of Abby Jackson Kelly and son of Keith and
Amanda Moore, Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, AZ.
Brigadier General Greg S. Ote)', son of Ray & Doris Otey, Fort Belvoir
Staff Sgt. Wallace Berkeley Newton, Jr., grandson of Allie Jones, Red Stone Arsenal, AL
Averlu Scott - Peace Corps, Grenada
Tho s e Who Wis h Cards / N ote s / E nc ouras e m e nt &v isits
Freddie Ragland - 2I2 Altamire Drive, Roanoke, Ya. 24AI9
Al Cheatwood - Eastwood, 320 Hershberger Road, Rm 101, Roanoke, Ya.24012
Bettv Kelley - Snyder Nursing Home, 11 N Broad Street, Salem, Ya.24153
Darthy White - Elm Park Estates, 4230ElmView Road, Rm224, Roanoke, Ya.24018
Helen Vaughan - 501 VES Road, Apt. BAL410, Lynchburg, Va. 24503 (apt. number change)
Mar_v Mitchell - Berkshire Health Care Center, 705 Clearview Drive, Vinton, Ya.24Il9
Telford Boitnott - VA Vet. Care Center,West226
Grace Helmer - 1127 Persinger Road, SW, Roanoke,Ya. 24015
Katherine Shaw - Friendship Manor Assistance Living, Room 209
(xChurch & Cornmunity Worker, *xCommunity outreach Program)
In Mission Service related to Northview
Mark Stransky - CCV/* Worker, Project Crossroads in Marion, VA
Don Edwards - CCW* Worker, Shalom Zone'. Grace Ministries, Roanoke, VA
Rebecca "Becky" Parsons - CCW*, C.O.P.**, Roanoke, VA
Bobby and Debbie Booze - Church Resource Ministries, Greensboro, NC
Samaritan Inn, Roanoke, VA and the Rescue Mission, Roanoke, VA
Jean
05.08.16
HONORING OUR. GRADUATES
Graduate Recognition Sunday is June 5 during the 1 1:00 a.m.
worship service. If you know of a Nolthview student who will be
graduating from high school or college this year, please contact the
church office at 366-0646. If you would like to contribute toward the
cost of their graduation gift, please place donation in a pew envelope and
mark it "gladuate''.
BLOOD DRIVE
Monday, May 9 - 12:00 - 7:00 p.m.
St. Philip Lutheran Church,8115 Williamson Road, NW, Roanoke
A sign up sheet can be located on the window in front of the church office.
BIRTHDAY CARD SHOWER
We are "showering" our 90+ year olds and our shut-in's with
cards this year. There will be a birthday "poster card" at church for all to
sign on the Sundays prior to their birthday. Let us remember special
members of our church family all through the year.
MAY
Geri Haga (5119/25) - 6815 Cee Street, Roanoke, Ya. 24019
Margaret Camper (5/26/24) 8005 Enon Drive, Roanoke, Ya. 24019
JUNE
Dr. James H. Johnson (6/2/1922) 320 Hershberger Road, Apt. C103
Roanoke, Ya.24014
COP SUMMER CAMP
The following supplies are urgently needed for kids attending the COP Summer
camp this year': shampoo, sunblock, deodorant, kids bug repellent, flash lights
w/batteries, clothes and shoes for children in 1st - 5th grades (used or new)
Any and all donations will be appreciated.
A box will be placed in the narthex for donations.
Thank you.
The Outreach Committee
UNITED METHODIST WOMEN
The next meeting of the United Methodist Women will be held on Tuesday, May 10 in
the Seekers classroom. The spokesman from Street Ransom will speak about what is
being done in our valley to prevent human trafficking.
Kits For Gonference
Dear Friend ln Christ,
Gan you betleve another year has passed and
conference
'
it is atmost time for the annual ltfrethodist
This year as last, it will be held at the Bergiund Genter in Roanoke,
As in ths past years , I have volunteered to collect UiltCOR kits for The United Methodist
-Women
al'florthview.
lYhen I looked on tine at the UHCOR glTE to fiad out what was most nasded,
s*rpris+ f&at the arost desp+rab need was l{aalth Gare ard $cLcal xrts.
ii was no
lYg ftave 7 eovers for school kits Ieft from last year. Unfortunately we do not havc any other
covers' f have prepared iists of needefsupplies and pliced-them ih the eovers. lfyou have
aecess for any other eovers , or prefer to prepare a school kit please call me. phyllis Gampbell
has her sewing machine set up and is going to make us some more covers. I will place them
on the table in the hattway as Phldlis fintshes them,
I have plaeed a list of what is naeded in 5O plastic bags for-the health care kits. These bags
have thebanil-aids alreadyin them as many of you gave us banil aids you'hadIeft from fast
year. A few have the metal na'il file' Please dontt duplicate these items, I will replace more
plastii tags as need€d.
l{eederl information.
$tart collection May 2,20{6
Ccmpl,ete eoltection June Er2O{6 "*
Kits on alter by June l2r
2O,16
to be blessed
Annual Conferencs June ,17-lg
lnyone who wishes tn prepate a different kit , you make look on line under UMGOR and
Frepare any of the ones listed that you desire. trWE DO t{OT ?URIrl nOWil AHy KlTSrt
Louvena Bl. Anderson Telephone S4O-5G3-9A{i
@
Rsariske Hssts Annuafl eemfereffi#e J{$me {7-{g
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r. . _ You can sign up to help as an Usher/Greeter
-fi
(/4/f' ?-ut"L
"# *\
ry
with Registrition, to collbct uMC0R Kits, with
Upii it-k Up, assist in the Parking Lai,
with the Potato Drop, or collect for CAN$ 4
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M.A.D. CAMP
2016
M.A.D. Camp registrations are going great.
For the past 1l years, M.A.D. Camp has been a great outreach to the Community.
We are in need of volunteers to help during the week of M.A.D. Carnp, July 18-22. No
experience is required or lessons to learn.
Listed below are areas in which we need volunteers.
If you are willing to help, please sign and return completed form by placing it in the
offering plate or you may leave it in the church office.
Thank you for the wonderful support you have shown for this week of Music, Art, &
Drama.
Please check where you are
willing to volunteer:
Daily pray for the week of camp.
Team Leader - lead children to their classes. 10 Team Leaders: 5 groups 2 team leaders
per group.
Kitchen Help - prepare and serve breakfast to directors and team leaders and prepare and
serve snacks to the campers everyday and lunch on Thursday.
Help with lunch on Sunday, July 17 by donating or serving the M.A.D. week volunteers
Will serve
Will help prepare sandwiches
Donate items for sandwiches
Help with setup for this special week in the sanctuary and three class rooms taking down
tables, setting up tables, setting up risers and moving and setting up handbells. Set-up will take
place on Sunday, Iuly 17 following the worship service (lunch will be provided prior to start of
set-up).
Help with resetting sanctuary and classrooms to original order. Most can be completed on Friday
and remaining can be completed on Saturday.
I can help on Friday July 22, at 12:30 noon
I can help on Saturday luly 23, at 9:30 a.m.
Make a dessert for the "Friday Dessert Reception" to be delivered on Friday July 22by
12:00 noon.
NAME:
CONTACT NUMBER:
EMAIL:
NORTHVIEW'S CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR
THE WEEK OF MAY 8,2016
MOTHER'S DAY
Today
8:30 Seekers Coffee House
9:45 Sunday School
1 1:00 Worship Service
4:00 pball/8:00 bball (flc)
Monday 9:30 Stretch & Tone/l0:45 HathaYoga (flc)
* "F * * I 0' 0 0 d e adlin e
for b ulle tin info rmatio n
gyrn/
T2:00
flc reserved/Preschool
6:00 bball/Dunn (flc)
6:15 Girl Scouts (mr,fh)
>k
Tuesda_v
7:30bball/Hardy (flc)
8:30 pball (flc)
5:30 Knitting/Crochering (yr)
6:15 Cub Scouts (fh,mr)
fh - fellowship hall
ml-
rnultipurpose
room/Pathfinders
classroom
a,borc-classrooms
c - chapel
k - church kitchen
s - sanctuary
wk - work room (copy
room,/conference)
flc - Family Life Center
a,b,c - classrooms beside
fiu
fc - Fellowship class flc
sc - Seekers Class flc
7:00 Finance Committee meeting (fc)
kflc-kitchen in flc
7:00 United Methodist Women (sc)
cr - choir room
yr - youth/senior high
7:00 Boy Scouts (flc/fc)
Wednesday 9:30 Stretch & Tone/l0:45 Hatha Yoga (flc)
12:30 Prayer Fellowship (s)
5:50 Handbells/7:00 Adult Choir
7:00 bball/Bramletr (flc)
Thursday 9:30 Yoga for Seniors (flc)
Friday
8:00 pball (flc)
Church Secretary out of the
Saturday
office May 12,13 & 16
Next Sunday 8:30 Seekers Coffee House
9:45 Sunday School
11:00 Worship Service
12:00 "Joyful Kids" Choir practice
4:00 pball/S:00 bball (flc)
NORTHVTEW'S WEEKLY PRAYER sESSroN - meers every wednesday at
12:30 p.m. Open to anyone who would like to attend.
GARDENERS UNITED - on saturday, May 14 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon we will
meet at the church to weed the flower beds and trim shrubs. Please bring your own
gloves and tools.

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