Worship | Bulletin
March 17, 2019
A WARM WELCOME. We appreciate your presence here today. We enjoy the new and familiar faces as we gather together, celebrating the precious gift of God's unending love though His Son, our Savior Jesus Christ. May the Lord help each of us to love, adore and worship Him.
Prelude (and offertory) c/o Sandy Byler
Welcome & Announcements Phil Kanagy
Worship in Songs c/o EMU Worship Team
First Fruits Giving
Hymn c/o Andrea Knight
Pleasant View Choir c/o Dave Gullman
Sermon: "The Kingdom of Heaven is Theirs" Dave Gullman
Scripture: Matthew 5:1-12
Hymn of Response
Sharing & Prayer
Benediction & Sending Song
TODAY AT WEAVERS
Sunday School Classes for Children, Youth and Adults begin at 9:30am. Ushers are glad to assist with directions.
Nursery services are available.
Attendants: Worship – Barb Martin, Shawna Hurst
THIS WEEK AT WEAVERS
Monday, March 18
1:30-3:30pm A Matter of Balance class (for those who signed up)
Tuesday, March 19
Youth -- Mr. J's breakfast
6:30pm Pastoral Council
Wednesday, March 20
6:30pm Kids Club
7pm Prayer Meeting
7pm Youth Group
Sunday, March 24
Guest Speaker, Phil Kanagy, "Life-Giving Waters"
Scripture: Isaiah 55:1-9
Statistics for Sunday Service - March 10, 2019
Worship Attendance - 122
Offering: Budget - $4,017; Building Fund - $100; Missions - $100
Happy Birthday wishes this week to Phyllis Early, Luke Hertzler, Keith Kauffman, Holly Mumaw, Felicity Zimmerman, Susie Shank, Ron Deputy, and Tripp Knicely (turns 10 yrs.).
Attention Women - Living Proof Live with Beth Moore will be held at the Berglund Center in Roanoke, VA on April 12-13, 2019. See the website-https://www.lifeway.com/en/events/living-proof-live/living-proof-live-roanoke for more information. If you are interested in going as a group, contact Dianna Lehman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-810-2706.
Ladies Night Out - Please come for a time of fun and fellowship to Shady Oak at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 26. Joyce Nussbaum will share a devotional and Alesha Melendez will share with us how to put a miniature garden together. Please bring a repurposed mug, small bowl, etc. to make your garden in. Please RSVP to Dianna Lehman at email@example.com so we know how many plants to order. However, we want you to come if you did or didn't RSVP!
Our Budget offerings as of February 28, 2019 are at a $19,706 shortfall. With 45 offerings out of 52 a year designated for budget, the average per week budget funds needed are $7,347.
If you were not here last week you will note our directories have arrived! Copies are in your church mailbox. If you are someone without a mailbox, please ask an usher for a directory. And let Sandi Good know if you would like a church mailbox! A new address (already!) for your directory: Laurence & Evelyn Sauder, 1264 Shank Drive, Harrisonburg, VA 22802. Also, Dorothy Kreider's apartment # was left out: It is Apt. 219
Sunday afternoon, March 24 3:00 p.m., Park View Mennonite Church, Cyneatha Milsaps, MW USA Executive Director will meet with all/any MWV women for conversation and encouragement. Light refreshments will be served. Ladies, you are all invited to come to this meeting.
The Shenandoah Valley Youth Symphony will present their Spring Concert on Sunday, March 17, at 4:00 pm in EMU’s Lehman Auditorium. The program will feature violin soloist Ada Zhang performing “Carmen Fantasy.” Please join us for this very special concert.
Screen Schooled: Two Veteran Teachers Expose How Technology Overuse Is Making Our Kids Dumber. Joe Clement and Matt Miles, educators and authors of a book by the same title, present at EMS, March 20, 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. Area educators, parents, pastors, and those interested in childhood development are especially invited to this free presentation and Q&A on the impact of technology on children's' brain development. Presented in partnership with James Madison University and WVPT and with sponsorship support from EMU, Park View Federal Credit Union, Everence, Shirley's Popcorn and Brian Mayes Studio.
EMU Music Faculty Artist Series Concert: EMU piano professor David Berry will be joined by award-winning cellist and Berklee School of Music/Boston Conservatory professor Patrice Jackson-Tilghman for an exciting concert of solo and chamber masterworks at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 23, in the EMS Martin Chapel. Admission is free, with donations welcome for EMU's music scholarship fund. For more information, visit emu.edu/music.
NewBridges Immigrant Resource Center invites you to attend the 13th annual Taste of the World, on Saturday, March 30th at First Presbyterian Church on Court Square! The evening will highlight the unique food, music and décor from this year’s theme country, Guatemala, as well as offerings from many other cultures. Single tickets are $65; a table of 8 is $480. Please RSVP by March 20th by purchasing tickets online at https://squareup.com/store/newbridgesIRC or sending a check made out to NewBridges Immigrant Resource Center to our office address: 64 W. Water Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22801. We hope to see you there!
Andrew Peterson, a singer-songwriter and recording artist who has released more than 10 records over the past 15 years, will be on the Resurrection Letters Tour and play at EMS Auditorium Saturday, May 11 at 7 p.m. On this tour, Andrew will be with Band & Special Guest Taylor Leonhardt. This concert is organized by SONGS FOR THE VALLEY. Members of EMS Touring Choir will get the opportunity to sing on one of the songs. General Admission Tickets are $20 + processing fees. Go to www.itickets.com/events/416509. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
"Called into God's Family, we join together to be transformed through worship,
to nurture one another, to be equipped to serve Jesus Christ, and to carry out His mission in the World."