May 10, 2016 - Second Baptist

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May 10, 2016 - Second Baptist
V ol um e 5 8, I ssu e 2 2
M ay 1 0, 2 0 1 6
Worship This Week
May 15, 2016
8:30 & 10:45 Worship
Proclaimer:
Ryon Price
Text:
Acts 2:1-21,
John 14:8-17, 25-27
Our Beloved
Community
Week Ending 5/11/16
2016 Operating Needs
$27,625.00
2016 Operating Budget
Receipts
$14,213.50
Other Contributions
$250.00
Royalties, registrations,
reimbursements
$5,383.00
Total Receipts
$19,846.50
Please arrange for a bank
draft or online donation
transaction before you
leave town this summer.
Seniors Honored This Sunday
C
ome help us honor our graduating seniors
this Sunday as they prepare to begin their
new journeys in life:
 Jordan C. Arland-Jackson is the son of
Leslie Arland and Terrence
Jackson and grandson of Marilyn Arland.
He is a graduate of Southcrest Christian
School and is attending either Texas Tech
or a Christian university.
 Abi Bradshaw is the daughter of Cindi
Bradshaw and a graduate of Coronado
High School. She is undecided but intends
to study environmental engineering.
 Drew Chapman is the son of Mike and
Gaylyn Chapman and a graduate of Frenship High School. He plans to attend
Texas A&M at Galveston to study engineering.
 Reagan Collins is the daughter of Sandy Collins
and goddaughter of Virginia Brown. She is salutatorian of Coronado High School and a Commended
National Merit Scholar. She will attend Texas Tech
University Honors College as an accounting major
with pre-medicine and will play tennis on the Tech
Women’s Tennis Team. She hopes to someday be a
pediatric surgeon.
 William Gerber is the son of Buddy
Gerber and Tammy Gerber and a graduate of Lubbock High School. He is going
to Austin College to study international
relations in order to be an international
correspondent.
 Kynnedy Gleason is the daughter of
Mendy Montgomery Gleason and Jay
Gleason. She is a graduate of Coronado
High School and is first going to Eastern
New Mexico University in Ruidoso
and then to a larger university to study
marine biology.
 Michael David Sharp is the son of Emily Sharp
and the late David Sharp. He will graduate from All
Saints High School and plans to attend Texas Tech
University and major in English.
Join us for a conversation about
“Immigration and Faith” with Ambassador Tibor P. Nagy Jr.
Sunday May 22, 2016 @ 4:00 pm
Nagy is Vice Provost for International Affairs at Texas Tech University. Previously he
was the U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia from 1999-2002, and Ambassador to Guinea
from 1996-1998. He has over 20 years experience in the American Foreign Service.
Ambassador Nagy was born in Budapest, Hungary, on April 29, 1949, and arrived in
the United States as a political refugee in 1957. He received a B.A. from Texas Tech
University in 1972 and an M.S.A. from George Washington University in 1978. Nagy
will address current issues of immigration policy and crisis from his unique perspective as an am-
bassador, former political refugee, and person of Christian faith. Childcare for birthkindergarten available by request only; email [email protected]
Thank You!
Safety Team
Meeting next
Sunday,
th
May 15 4:00 p.m.
Youth Camp
June 12-17th
Early Bird
Special $300 if
paid by May 15th
$350 after that!
MEMORIAL DAY
SERVICE
SUNDAY, MAY 29
6:30 P.M.
WORSHIP HALL
(Completed Grades K-6) Contact Sheryl Gallarneau to Register - 806.786.9024
Church members are encouraged to turn in nominations for the 6 at-large positions to be filled on the new
Executive Council by June 1. Nominations may be
submitted by prayer card, email, or other written message to Susie White in the office at [email protected]
The Executive Council shall be comprised of 9 total members:
six at-large members, the Chair of the Diaconate, the Finance
Chair, and the Senior Pastor. Terms for the members shall be as
follows: At-large members -- 3 years; Chair of the Diaconate --1
year; Finance Chair -- 3 years; Senior Pastor -- ex officio.
Nominations for the at-large positions will be solicited from
the congregation. All nominees must be a member of Second
Baptist Church and exhibit appropriate personal integrity and leadership ability, including commitment to his or her family, stewardship of his or her time, talents and financial resources on behalf of
the church, and reputation within the community. Nominees will be
interviewed and qualified by a Diaconate task force including two
pastoral staff members. A final slate of candidates will be presented to the congregation for selection by vote. There is no maximum number of candidates which may be included in the slate put
forward to the congregation. Congregants may vote only one time
for each individual candidate on the slate. The candidate or candidates receiving the top number of votes corresponding to the number of open seats on the Executive Council shall be the newlyelected at-large members. The Finance Chair shall be appointed
by the Executive Council. Selection of the Executive Council chair
and chair-elect shall be determined by the Council and chosen
from within its own membership.
Children’s Camp!
Dates: July 21 – July 25
Place: Highland Lakes Camp
(Spicewood, TX)
Eligible participants: Anyone who has
finished 3rd – 6th gr
(Bring your friends, neighbors, and
relatives, too!)
Cost: $240 (+$20 activity fee for 6th gr)
Deposit: $50
Sponsors: Ratio: 1 adult / 4 children
Scholarships Available! Partial or full
available (See Judy Bryant )
REGISTRATION IS
OPEN!!
WHEN: August 1-5
WHERE: Second Baptist Church
CAMP HOURS: Mon. - Thurs. 9 am to 3 pm;
Fri. 9:00 - 12:30
CAMP MUSICAL PRESENTATION:
Fri. Aug. 5 @ 6:30 PM
COST: $50/child (includes t-shirt, camp supplies & snacks - bring sack lunch daily)*
AGES: Completed Grades 1 - 6
CAMP MUSICAL: Under God’s Sea in 3D
Deacons on Call - Hospital Visits
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
16th
Kathleen Campbell
407-0217
th
Kay Henson
863-2899
th
Kaye Hobgood
577-2895
th
17
18
Thursday
19
Ken Olson
535-5754
Friday
20th
Kim Flenniken
790-7142
Saturday
21st
Kitti Poage
549-3307
Kerry Campbell
392-5073
Sunday
22
nd
May 11th Fellowship Meal Servers
4:15 - Judy Stocks, Rance Nymeyer, Gayle Settle
4:45 - Ashley Ebeling, Naomi Fleming, Vickie Wilson
May 18th Fellowship Meal Servers
4:15 - Lewis & Janis Sessums, Tom Hodges
4:45 - Renée Abraham, Kara Darnell, Myrtle McDonald
May 15th
Offertory Prayer
8:30 Mark Bass
10:45 David Weaver
Shepherding Deacons & Visitor Center Hosts
8:30 Jim & Sue Hill
10:45 Chris & Sheryl Gallarneau, Misty Rieber
May 22nd
Offertory Prayer
8:30 Derry Harding
10:45 Paul Nash
Shepherding Deacons & Visitor Center Hosts
8:30 Bob & JoAnn Wyett
10:45 Omega Hughlett, Emily Sharp, Rex Saffle
Security Team - May 15th
Team 8 - Tom Hodges, Bobby Ebeling
Security Team - May 22nd
Team 1 - Ken Olson, Charlene Olson, Ken Campbell
The next Deacon Executive Committee meeting will be Sunday, June 5 th at noon.
The next Deacons’ meeting will be Monday, June 20 th at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday Fellowship Meal - May 18th
~ Reservations are Requested~
$7 Adult - Salad Bar, Honey Mustard Chicken, Roasted Vegetable Medley, Smoky Grits w/Roasted Tomatoes
& Mushrooms, Rolls and Angel Food Cake w/Strawberries
Vegetarian Entrée - Caramelized Tofu
$4 Kid - Chicken Nuggets, Vegetables & Cookie
6109 Chicago Ave.
Lubbock, TX 79424
Phone: 806-783-0202
www.secondb.org
Stephanie Nash, Editor
Non-Profit Org.
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Lubbock, TX
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Sunday, May 15 Graduation Sunday
8:30 Early Worship Service
9:30 Sunday School
10:45 Late Worship Service, Worship Hall
12:00 Missions Implementation Meeting, Youth Room
Worship Implementation Meeting, Room 101
2:00 MAC Production Team Meeting
4:00 Communication Implementation Meeting, Conf. Center
Safety Team Meeting, Room 101
5:00 Children’s Hand Chimes
6:00 Bells Gloria
Second Chance Al-Anon, Room 128
Youth House Church @ The Toppers’, 2103 76th St. (6-7:30)
Monday, May 16
10:00 Labyrinth Walk, Grand Hall
10:30 Staff Meeting, Conference Center
6:00 Komen Lubbock Area Metastatic Discussion Group, Rm 128
Tuesday, May 17
6:30 Tuesday Morning Prayer Breakfast, Red Zone
10:00 B & B at 2nd B, Room 101
7:00 DRR Meeting, Conference Center
Wednesday, May 18 Children’s Choir & Hand Chimes Perform
11:30 Kids’ Hope End of Year Party, Alderson Elementary
12:00 Men’s Luncheon, Cast Iron Grill, 620 19 th St.
5:00 Fellowship Meal, Worship Hall
6:00 Announcements & Prayer Time, Worship Hall
Nursery Opens, Rooms 105, 106 & 108
Children’s Choirs, Rooms 202, 207, 110
6:30 Youth Activities, Youth Room
6:45 Second Voices Rehearsal
Thursday, May 19
6:45 Jesus & Grits, Red Zone, 3602 Slide Rd. #1
10:30 Thursday Morning Bible Study, Conference Center
5:30 Family Promise Board Meeting, Conference Center
Friday, May 20
11:30 Friends Lunch Bunch, Red Robin, 4805 S. Loop 289
DIVORCE & RELATIONSHIP
RECOVERY GROUP
NOW STUDYING:
YOUR MOVE:
4 QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN YOU DON’T
KNOW WHAT TO DO
Come join us EVERY week.
Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m.
Conference Center
www.meetup.com/DRR-Lubbock
Play Bell! Members of Bells Gloria are planning
to join other handbell ringers from Texas and
Oklahoma in ringing the national anthem at the
start of the Texas Rangers game at 7 pm on
August 13th in Arlington. Come support them and
see the game! Please contact Dellinda Ebeling at [email protected] or 777-0435 for more information!
A New Komen
Lubbock Area Metastatic
Discussion Group
will begin meeting
monthly next
Monday, May 16th
6:00 p.m. in Room 128
led by Jana Hunter
Friends Lunch
Bunch
Friday, May 20th at 11:30 am
Red Robin
4805 S. Loop 289
RSVP by Wed. May 18 th to Jean Partlow at
799-1908 or [email protected]

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