Bulletin – October 6, 2013

Instead, be filled with the Spirit, speaking to one another with psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit. Sing and make music from your heart to the Lord, Ephesians 5:18-19

Sunday School                                     10:00 AM

October’s Offering – The Bridge

Worship Service                                   11:00 AM

Worship Leader                               Delmer Plett


Announcements & Offering

Offering – EMC

Prayer & Praise

Scripture Reading – Greg Plett

Sermon – Eric Isaac

Closing Song


Next Sunday

Adult Sunday School

– Sanctuary – studying Acts 13:13-52

– Boardroom – Study on Christian atheist

Offering – General Fund

Speaker – Glenn Plett


Monday, Oct. 7

Mothers Who Care                       9:00 AM


Tuesday, Oct. 8

Sewing Circle                                 9:00 AM

Youth Worship & Lesson Night   7:30 PM


Friday, Oct. 11

Thanksgiving Supper                    6:30 PM

– freewill offering for Canadian Food Grains Bank and Widows’ Banquet


Counseling and Care for Adoptive and Foster Families Oct 17-19 – We will be broadcasting the Course here at Church – See SBC website for more information

We will have communion October 20th during the morning service

Oct 26 – FIGHT – A simulcast for Men Breakfast 8:15 and Simulcast starts at 9:00 – Talk to Sid or Donovan for more details

Oct. 29, 7;00 – Gospel Echoes Dessert & Concert Night @ church. See poster on bulletin board

Oct 31, 7:30 – Halloween Children’s Carnival –  Morweena Church

We are planning a parent and child dedication for November. If you are interested talk to Eric or Donovan.

Remember in your Prayers:

Becki Petkau studying at University of Manitoba

Lyn and Vi and family as they minister at Bethel Church in Carstairs, Alberta and at the Drumheller Institution.

Urgent need for volunteers in Minot for the last two weeks of October. To volunteer for one week or two contact Evelyn @ 1-866-261-1274


Check out in the library this week….
To Forgive Is Human by Michael McCullough, Steven Sandage, and Everett Worthington. Forgiving can be one of the hardest things we’ll ever do. We sense deep down that it will be good for us and others to put the past in the past. But sometimes no matter what we do, we just can’t seem to forgive and get on with life. We still feel hurt, bitter and angry. How can we break the cycle?

A Hopeful Heart by Amy Clipston. Hannah, a recent widow, finds herself stuck at a crossroad in her life. Her community offers her love and support, but a new friend offers her the chance of a new life. Wealthy businessman Trey is surprised at his attraction for the gentle Amish woman who works as a housekeeper in the Lancaster Grand hotel where he is staying. They share a common bond of loss and are able to offer each other comfort. Joshua wants nothing more than to offer his friendship and love to Hannah and her family.

Children: Eternity Graphic Novel by Rancy Alcorn. Discover the classic story of the Rich Man and Lazarus taught by Jesus Christ and other stories with whole new eyes in this new graphic novel



 Tuesday, Oct 8: Lesson Night : Living Like Royalty Part 2, Worship, Small Groups

Tuesday, Oct 22: Lesson Night : Living Like Royalty Part 3 (Bring a Sibling/Friend to Youth Night)

Thursday, Oct 31: As a youth group we are again hosting a Children’s Carnival on Halloween, as an alternative to trick-or-treating. Invite your neighbors, bring your children, and stay for coffee.