Mt. Clinton Mennonite Church Bulletin

"They got up and returned at once to Jerusalem. There they found the Eleven and those with them, assembled together and saying, “It is true! The Lord has risen and has appeared to Simon.” Then the two told what had happened on the way, and how Jesus was recognized by them when he broke the bread." --Luke 24:33-35 (NIV)


April 28, 2019

WE GATHER FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL

9:30 am

Children: Classes in the basement. Three years and younger, room 2. Four years through first grade, room 4. Second through fifth grades, room 5.
MYF: Meeting with adult classes.
Young Adults: Meeting with adult classes.
Adult Classes: International Lesson in the southwest classroom. Women’s Sharing and Prayer in the pastor’s study. "(Re)union" book study in the basement fellowship hall.

WE GATHER FOR WORSHIP

10:30 am

Prelude ~ John Hull
Call to Worship
Singing
Offering
Special Music ~ "Death Ain't No Big Deal" - Charlotte Hoover
Singing
Scripture ~ Luke 24:13-35 - Sonya Eberly
Sermon ~ “Listening to Jesus on the Emmaus Road” - Jason Showalter
Song
Sharing and Prayer
Announcements
Benediction and Sending Song

Worship Leader: Chris Kratz; Song Leader: Les Horning


TODAY

Prayer gathering at 8:30 am in the southwest classroom. Everyone is welcome.

Carmen and Jason Showalter will speak during the Sunday school and sermon times.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Tuesday, April 30: Worship Committee will meet at Dale and Barb Hartzler’s house at 7 pm.

Wednesday, May 1: Mennonite Women will meet at the church.

Saturday, May 4: Men’s Prayer Breakfast at Thomas House in Dayton, 7 am

June 23-27: VBS Peace Camp at Weavers Mennonite Church

NOTES AND HAPPENINGS

Weekly Prayer Focus: Let us pray for Norma Teles, and her work with Roma children at the Joshua Center in Lezhe, Albania. Pray that the transformed lives of the children will have ripple effects into their families.

Volunteers and Support are needed for the VBS Peace Camp at Weavers Mennonite Church, June 23-27, 6-8:15 pm. There will be signup sheets in the foyer in April. Check out the many ways in which you could help. The theme this year is “Who is My Neighbor? Learning to Love Like Jesus.” It will be for children age 4 to Grade 6. The program will include supper for the children. If you have any questions, contact Martha Kratz or Martha Clymer.

Please pray for Marvin Lorenzana’s mother-in-law, whose health has been declining since she was diagnosed with cancer three months ago.

WE WANT YOU TO KNOW

Offering – April 21
Budget: $3791.88

Attendance – April 21
No Sunday school
Worship – 66

April 28: Greeters – Wilmer and Mary Louise Lehman
Nursery Caregiver – Debra Townsend
Sound Operator – Jim Horst

May 5: Greeter – Martha Clymer
Nursery Caregivers – Katrina and Paul Yoder
Sound Operator – James Townsend

Our Vision

God calls us to be a worshiping, welcoming and united family of faith, following Jesus Christ, empowered by the Holy Spirit, and ministering God’s salvation, healing and hope to the local community, the nation and the world.

Mt. Clinton Mennonite Church Pastoral Team

Jim Hershberger, Pastor - 540-908-8005
Eric Bendfeldt, Elder – 540-383-5393
Martha Clymer, Elder – 814-542-8391
Wanda Harder, Elder – 540-828-2908
Les Horning, Elder – 540-808-9554
Pastoral Care contacts: Eric Bendfeldt or Martha Clymer

Church telephone: 540-867-5885
Church e-mail: mcmc6954@gmail.com
Church web: http://mtclintonmennonite.org/

Mt. Clinton Mennonite Church, Vol. 70, #17; April 28, 2019