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September 10, 2010

“O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth.  O Lord, we praise your name.  O Lord, we magnify your name: Prince of Peace, Mighty God, O Lord God Almighty.” ~ “How Majestic Is Your Name” by Michael W. Smith

Sunday is Rally Day!  We will be back to our regular worship schedule with services at 9:30 and 11:00.  Sunday School will meet during the 9:30 service.  Pastor will be speaking from Luke 15:11-32.

Breakfast will be served at 8:45.  Come join us!

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The monthly Cents-Ability offering will be received this Sunday.  Please use the lunch containers at the entrances to the sanctuary for your donations.

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Several groups will have their first gatherings of the season this week. 

Doug Jablonski Men’s Fellowship breakfast – tomorrow (Sept. 11), 8:30 a.m.

Prime-Timers (scavenger hunt and covered dish) – tomorrow, 6:00 p.m.

Check the calendar below for more and come on out!

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A van driver is needed for our Sunday pick-ups on the 2nd Sunday of each month.  (No special license required.)  If you are interested please see Kris Jenoriki. 

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A pork and sauerkraut dinner sponsored by the Fellowship Committee will be held Saturday, October 2, at 5:00 p.m.  Cost is $5/adults and $3/children.  The committee will begin taking reservations this Sunday.

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Please remember in prayer ~

Mrs. Bhatti – recovering from broken hip in Bacharach

Flora Hutchinson - dialysis

Our Sunday School, youth workers, and fall program leaders

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The Good News!

We were driving through a small town when we saw a hand-lettered sign along the side of the highway that proclaimed, "Jennifer's black kitten has been found. Thank you." We didn't know who Jennifer was, and of course we had no idea her kitten had been missing. Yet my family was happy to know that her kitten was home safe.

Jennifer's family wanted the whole town to know their good news. The sign was lettered as much with love as with ink, and I'm sure we weren't the only passersby whose morning was made brighter by this unexpected proclamation.

In the same way, each of us has joyful news to share, news of a Savior who found us when we were lost and is bringing us home safe to a joyful reunion with him. Are we as quick to share this news as Jennifer was the story of her kitten? Jesus told the man whom he cleansed of many demons to proclaim his news all over town. Too many times, the greatest story of our lives doesn't merit even a figurative hand-lettered sign by the side of our road. Each one of us found by Jesus has good news to spread where we live. People in our hometowns need to know.

Larry Hashman from The Upper Room, September 10, 2006

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This Week in Our Church . . .

Sunday            Rally Day & Cents-Ability Offering

              8:45 Breakfast

              9:30 Sunday School & Worship

            10:45 Refreshments

            11:00 Worship

              4:00 New Members Class

Monday

              1:30 Bible Study

              6:00 Senior Youth

Tuesday

              7:00 Stewardship Committee

Wednesday    

            11:30 Lunch Bunch to Olive Garden (postponed from last week)

              7:00 Christian Readers Book Club

Thursday        

            Noon Serve at Sister Jean’s

              7:00 Chancel Choir Rehearsal

Friday

              6:00 “Back to Mayberry”

Saturday

            Wedding of Megan Douglas and Paul Gras, III (Grace’s grandson)

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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
 
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