Bulletin – November 3, 2013

Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. Romans 12:21

Sunday School                                     10:00 AM

November’s Offering – Jake & Christy

Worship Service                                   11:00 AM

Worship Leader                        Donovan Dueck


Announcements & Offering

Offering – EMC

Prayer & Praise

Scripture Reading – Amber Dueck

John 2:13-19

Sermon – Eric Isaac

Closing Song


Next Sunday

Adult Sunday School

– Sanctuary – studying Acts 16:1-15

– Boardroom – Study on Anabaptist Peace

Offering – General Fund

Speaker – Eric Isaac

– for preparation read Luke 22:35-38


Monday, Nov. 4

Mothers Who Care                       9:00 AM

Library Committee Meeting       7:00 PM


Tuesday, Nov. 5

Youth Worship/Lesson night      7:30 PM

MWM Care package eve @ school
– Please bring shoebox size boxes    7:30 PM


Wednesday, Nov. 6

Senior Lunch                                   12 noon

Membership Meeting (notice time) 7:30 PM


Next Sunday, Nov. 10

Group 1 potluck lunch

Nov. 12-16 is our week to work at the Thrift Shop. Please fill in the dates.



Nov. 10th, 17th, and 24th 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.

Mark your calendars now for MCC Matters on November 16 at CMU. You won’t want to miss this full day of exploring MCC’s work on local and international issues! http://mccmanitoba.ca/mccmatters

Dec. 8 – Parent & Child Dedication

Last month’s Sunday School offering for The Bridge was $67.00

Remember in your Prayers:

Sherayah Loewen as she studies at University of Manitoba
Check out in the library this week….
Fiction: The Gentleman by Jacob Enns. Jeff Nolan, a 34 year old widowed, lonely and reclusive pacifist is holding on to a mentally frozen memory over the loss of his wife. One day on a hunting trip Jeff must decide how he interprets what he believes in his heart and respond to the challenges without violating his view of reality. Will his pained mind and lonely heart make the right decisions?

The House of Hope by Elisabeth Gifford. Robin and Joyce Hill lived in a gated community in Beijing. Their family’s life was marked by luxury and the security of Robin’s job as an engineer. Then one day, as members of their church, they had a chance to tour a state-run orphanage. Haunted by the needs of the children they saw there, for the next four years they took sick and abandoned orphans into their home.

Lies Young Women Believe by Nancy Demos. Have you been lied to? This book talks about the most commonly believed lies and also how to be set free by the Truth.


Nov 5 – Worship and Lesson Night @ Church

SATISFIED – Lesson 1

Nov 15 – Outdoor Game

Nov 19 – Worship and Lesson Night @ Church

SATISFIED – Lesson 2

Nov 26 – TBD


Discovery Days at Steinbach Bible College, November 7-8. All students grade 11 and up are invited to come experience SBC’s great classes and exciting community life. For more information or to register, visit SBCollege.ca.