Bulletin – November 17, 2013

How great is the love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are! 1 John 3:1a


Sunday School                                     10:00 AM

November’s Offering – Jake & Christy


Worship Service                                   11:00 AM

Worship Leader                                 Tim Reimer


Announcements & Offering

Offering – General Fund

Prayer & Praise

Scripture Reading – Judith Plett

Sermon – Donovan Dueck

Closing Song


Next Sunday

Adult Sunday School

– Sanctuary – studying Acts 17

– Boardroom – Study on Anabaptist Peace

Offering – General Fund

Speaker – Jeff Reimer



Group 2 potluck


Monday, Nov. 18

Mothers Who Care                       9:00 AM


Tuesday, Nov. 19

Youth Lesson Night                       7:30 PM


Wednesday, Nov. 20

Senior Lunch                                   12 noon

Care Group Night


Thursday, Nov. 21

Mission Board Meeting                7:30 PM


Next Sunday, Nov. 24

Group 3 potluck lunch

C&C Grey Cup Party @ Phil & Michelle’s


We are having church-wide potlucks. We have tried to put everyone in a potluck group (if you’re not in a potluck group talk to Eric). If you can’t be at you’re scheduled Sunday, feel free to go another Sunday. There is a list of the groups in the church lobby.


Steinbach Bible College presents the family drama The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, November 21-24. Tickets may be purchased by calling SBC at 326-6451 or visiting SBCollege.ca.



EMC Church Leadership Weekend – Nov 29 – Dec 2nd.

Nov 29th – Ministerial Training @ Heartland Church Landmark, MB 6:30 PM

Nov 30th – Conference Council @ Prairie Rose EMC Landmark, MB 9AM-4PM

Everyone welcome – voting is restricted to delegates, pastors, and conference board members

Morweena delegates are Harold Reimer, Glenn Plett, Dan Reimer, and Delmer Plett

Nov. 30 – Dec. 2nd Ministerial Retreat @ Pinawa, MB

Dec. 8 – Parent & Child Dedication


From the Morweena EMC deacon board:

HELP THE PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES: Mennonite Central Committee has begun its response to Typhoon Haiyan, providing funding for immediate needs and supporting an initial disaster response assessment team from Peacebuilders Community Inc., a ministry of Mennonite Church Canada Witness. All donations from individual Canadians to MCC’s Typhoon response made between Nov. 9 and Dec. 9, are eligible to be matched by the Canadian government. To donate please go to mcccanada.ca/typhoon. Your donations through MEMC will not be matched by the government so we would like to suggest that you send your cheque directly to MCC. Check your mailbox for more details!


Steinbach Bible College invites applications for a faculty member in Missions. The candidate will teach and provide mentoring for leaders in intercultural ministry at the college. If you or someone you know fits this description, please contact Terry Hiebert, Academic Dean at thiebert@sbcollege.ca. For more details visit sbcollege.ca.


Wedding Banns

for Sherayah Loewen and Maxwell Ehrman who plan to be married on November 30, 2013


Congratulations to Trevor & Rebecca Reimer on the birth of their son, Xavier Timothy born on November 15, 2013!  Proud grandparents Henry & Sara Reimer



Nov 19 – Worship and Lesson Night @ Church

SATISFIED – Lesson 2

Nov 26 – TBD


Check out in the library this week….
Fiction: Misery Loves Company by Rene Gutteridge. Filled with grief, Jules Belleno rarely leaves the house since her husband’s death. But one day when she ventures out to the local grocery store, Jules bumps into her favorite author, Patrick Reagan. Jules thoroughly embarrasses herself And that’s the last thing she remembers—until she wakes up in a strange room with a splitting headache. She’s been kidnapped. And what she discovers will change everything she believed about her husband’s death . . . her career . . . and her faith.


Why Not Today by Matthew Cork. Three hundred million – that’s the number of people subjected to slavery, sex-trafficking, discrimination, and unspeakable poverty in India. That’s the same number of people as live in the entire United States. This book tells the story of the Dalit people and the rising efforts to set them free. It is a story of both brokenness and hope, of oppression and freedom. The Dalits need your help. Why not start today?