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January 29, 2010

This Sunday our youth will be leading us in Family Worship at our 9:30 service.  Our Sunday School classes from PreK through 12 will all be taking part.  Choir Chimes will play the prelude at both 9:30 and 11:00.

Pastor will be preaching from 1 Corinthians 13:1-13.

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Don’t forget to purchase your tickets for ~

Doug Jablonski Men’s Fellowship Sweet Hearts Dinner Feb. 6 at 6:00 p.m.  Tickets must be purchased by Wednesday, Feb. 3.  See the pastor or a member of the Men’s Fellowship.  Cost is $10.

Fellowship Committee Pot Pie Dinner and Talent Show Feb. 20 at 5:00 p.m.  See Kris Jenoriki.  Cost is $5/adult $3/child under 12. 

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This Sunday at 7:00 p.m. Revs. Cobb and Reedell will begin teaching a five-week course entitled “God Heard Their Cry” on Egyptology at the time of the Exodus.  All are welcome.  Cost is $5.

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The Gulfport mission trip has been cancelled.  There were only a few sign ups, and our leaders, Gary and Sharon Cresse, are no longer able to go.  We do hope to have a trip elsewhere this summer.

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Last Sunday someone went home with the wrong beige overcoat.  Bob Hunter has yours.

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The Good News was mailed yesterday.  For a sneak peek visit our website and follow the links.

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Please remember in prayer ~

Tammy Suarez – in Mainland following a heart attack

Betty Minter – moved to Absecon Manor

Continued Healing for Eddie Haldeman, Roger Wolcott, Betty Minter, Al Smith, Frank Loeb

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In God’s House – Read Psalm 84

Tobias, who recently turned 3, loves to go to church. He cries when he isn’t able to attend. Each week when he arrives for the children’s program of Bible stories, games, singing, and dinner, he runs into the building and enthusiastically announces to the leaders and other children: “Let’s get this party started!” The Lord must smile at this child’s excitement about being in what he thinks is God’s house.

The author of Psalm 84, one of the sons of Korah, also had a love for God’s house. Some commentators have speculated that for a time he, a temple singer, was unable to go to the temple—either because of sickness or circumstances. So as he wrote this psalm, his soul was especially longing and crying out to be in “the courts of the Lord” (v.2). He believed that one day of worship in God’s house gave more satisfaction than a thousand days spent anywhere else (v.10).

There’s something special about praising God together with His people, and we should take every opportunity we can to do so. But if we can’t, like the psalmist, we can still express our love for the living God and our longing to know Him (v.2). The Lord is pleased and we’ll be blessed when our heart’s desire is to be with Him and His people.

Anne Cetas from Our Daily Bread, August 17, 2008

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This Week in Our Church . . .

Sunday           

              8:45 Breakfast

              9:30 Family Worship

            10:45 Refreshments

            11:00 Worship & A2J

Monday

              1:30 Bible Study

              6:00 Senior Youth

Tuesday

              7:00 Session

Wednesday    

            11:30 Lunch Bunch to Mill Street Pub

              7:00 Sarah Circle

Thursday        

              6:30 Handbell Choir Rehearsal

              7:45 Chancel Choir Rehearsal

Friday

              1:00 Ruth Circle at Betsy Cunius’

Saturday

              8:30 Doug Jablonski Men’s Fellowship

              9:30 Worship/Visioning Committees

              6:00 Sweet Hearts Dinner

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Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. - I Corinthians 13:7
 
The Presbyterian Church at Absecon
208 New Jersey Avenue
Absecon, New Jersey 08201