May 17 Bulletin

Jesus replied: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.” Matthew 22:37

Sunday School 10:00
Offering: Collecting tin cans.

Worship Service 11:00
Welcome & Announcements
Singing & Offering (General Fund)
Offertory – Mikaela
Scripture Reading – Lukas Hamm
Sermon – Eric Isaac
Prayer & Praise
Closing Song

Next Sunday:
Adult Class: (10AM)
Dining Hall: Report from EMC Project Builders
Sermon: Len Barkman
Offering – General Fund
Last Sunday’s offering for the General Fund
was $3,379.
CASH DONORS: For those of you who prefer to give cash in the offering there are envelopes on the table in the foyer for that purpose. If you have any questions or comments feel free to talk to Abe Loewen, MEMC Treasurer.

Wednesday, May 20
MEMC Kitchen Cleaning! 9-3:30
Everyone Welcome!!
Care Group Night

Thursday, May 21
Mission Board Meeting 7:30 PM

Friday, May 22
MCS Open House!! 9-2:00

Remember in your prayers:
Abundant Springs: EMC’s Youth Conference. Pray that God would use this discipleship weekend to bring life-changing transformation to our EMC students’ lives. Pray too that they would return with a renewed commitment to follow Him in the years to come!
The Sewing Circle.

Camp Arnes Work n’ Play Day on Saturday, May 23 from 8:30-5:00. There are activities for the kids during the day and a chance for everyone to hit the pool after 5!

The Parent and Child dedication will be June 21st. If you’re interested in participating talk to Eric Isaac.

Steinbach Bible College 5th Annual Golf Tournament, Tuesday, June 2, at Steinbach Fly-In Golf Club. All levels of golfers are invited to play and enjoy a steak dinner at SBC following the tournament. Spots are filling up quickly – register by May 22 by calling 204-326-6451 or visiting

MDS Family Project near Swift Current, SK at Camp Elim, a Christian camp. An opportunity for families with children of all ages to serve together building cabins and learning about collaboration and team work. Slots are still available for the weeks of August 16-21 and August 23-28. Call 1-866-261-1274 for more information or to schedule.

Mennonite Disaster Service praises God for the dedication of 3 new homes in High River, AB. Three families moved into their new homes in late April; something they have been looking forward to since their houses were destroyed in the June 2013 floods. This would not have been possible without the donations and MDS volunteers that spent a day, a week, a month or more working selflessly. Thank you!

MDS Volunteers still needed in High River, AB to bring more people home. Families are waiting and MDS leadership is in place, but we need weekly volunteers now and through the summer to rebuild houses that were flooded. Check your schedules, invite your friends and spend a week helping someone move home. Call 1-800-241-8111 to schedule.

Check out in the library this week…

DVD: When the Game Stands Tall. Inspired by a true story… the remarkable journey of legendary football coach Bob Ladouceur, who took the De La Salle High School Spartans from obscurity to a 151 game winning streak that shattered all records for any American sport.

Teen: Hostage Run by Andrew Klavan. Rick Dial’s life as a superstar quarterback ended when a car accident left him crippled. But his uncanny gaming ability caused him to catch the attention of a secret government organization trying to stop a cyber attack on America. Every time Rick returns to The Realm, he risks becoming trapped there permanently. And now, his best friend Molly is being held hostage. He’s not sure who to trust.

Trouble in Store by Carol Cox. Fired from her most recent governess position, Melanie Ross must embrace her last resort: the Arizona mercantile she inherited from her cousin. But Caleb Nelson is positive he inherited the mercantile, and he’s not about to let some obstinate woman with newfangled ideas mess up all he’s worked for.

May 15-18 – Abundant Springs Youth Conference
May 29 – SR High Youth / FBBC
June 12 – Youth Wind Up

C &C
Hey C&Cers! We want to celebrate with all the people who graduated from college or university. May 24th, we’re having a grad party at MCS. Festivities start at 5:00 pm. Sports, BBQ, and a fire. Bring a slab of meat to throw on the BBQ and $2 for the condiments, buns, drinks, etc. If you graduated, come for free and enjoy! Contact Carlie, Chrissy, or Michelle if you want to bringa salad or dessert instead of meat/$. See you all there!

BCBC is now “hiring”!! All positions are available! If you have any questions, want to send someone our way, or are ready to sign up, then please contact Dayna at or 204-641-2362
Reminder: Everyone, including cooks and nurses, has to get a criminal record check done this year.