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March 10, 2013

CALLER
Issue 10

In This Issue
Pastor’s Corner 2 Statistics 3 Remember in Prayer 3 Spiritual Disciplines Wk 3 Prayer Requests, March 3 3 Serving in the Military 3 Thank You 3 Change of Address 3 Seniors Meeting 4 Summer Camp/Pathways 4 Chapel on Wheels 4 Preschool Assistance 5 MMC Concert 5 Transfer of Possessions 5 Coffee Cart Help 5 All Church Study 6 What Does Bible Say about GLBTclass 6&7 Tri-Tip Meeting/WOC 7 Mission Trip/Letters 8 Easter Lilies/Events 8 Prayer Vigil 9 Founders Day 10 Serving Sunday 11

Events – March10, 2013 – March 17, 2013

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The Caller

Senior Pastor: Rev. Darrell McGowan Associate Pastor: Rev. Debra Todd Editor: Donna Woodbridge

March 10: Fourth Sunday in Lent 8:00 A.M. - REAWAKEN, Early Worship Service 9:00 A.M. - REFRESH, Contemporary Service 9:00 A.M. - Classes for all ages 10:15 A.M. - REMEMBER, Traditional Service March 11: 7:00 A.M. - 9:30 P.M. - Chapel on Wheels fundraiser @ Polly’s 11:30 A.M. - PSWR Golf Committee, Chapman Lounge March 12: 10:00 A.M. - Pathways of Hope Executive Board, CL 6:30 P.M. - Men’s Bible Study @ Barry Woodbridge’s 7:00 P.M. - Contemplative Service March 13: 10:30 A.M. - Alzheimer’s Service, Sanctuary 7:00 P.M. – Tri-Tip Organization Meeting, CL March 14: 3:30 P.M. - Following the Way, Lenten Bible Study, CL 6:30 P.M. - Bell Choir 7:30 P.M. - Chancel Choir March 16: 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. – AA use Fellowship Hall March 17: Fifth Sunday in Lent 8:00 A.M. - REAWAKEN, Early Worship Service 9:00 A.M. - REFRESH, Contemporary Service 9:00 A.M. - Classes for all ages 10:15 A.M. - REMEMBER, Traditional Service March 18: 6:30 P.M. - Girls Night Out, Chicken Pie Shop, Anaheim, (La Palma & Euclid) March 19: 9:00 A.M. - Pathways of Hope General Board, CL Noon - Senior Adult Meeting, Chapman Lounge 6:30 P.M. - Men’s Bible Study@ Barry Woodbridge’s 7:00 P.M. - Contemplative Service 7:00 - 8:30 P.M. - Nancy Malotte use CL/Choir room March 20: 6:00 P.M. - Discipleship Ministry Team Meeting 7:00 P.M. - Worship and Outreach Ministry Teams AA Groups - Sun. 8:00 P.M., Friday, 7:30 P.M., Sat. 8:30 P.M., NA Group, Tues., 7:30 P.M. 1

For millennia, human beings have attempted to articulate our intuitive connection with the Source of all that is. This intuitive connection to the great mystery-for which we have many biblical names--Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the End, is a natural expression of consciousness. When we intentionally cultivate this natural connection, we pray. To be alive and aware is to intuitively recognize we are a part of something much bigger than self. This awareness, when cultivated, has inspired story tellers like those who wrote the biblical creation and exodus stories, great poets like the ones whose compositions are gathered in the book of Psalms, and prophets who named and spoke in the name of the great I AM. It takes great courage to pray, to truly pray, for that is to recklessly abandon oneself to the larger narrative of life and its divine source. The more we understand about the human brain, the more easily we recognize we are hardwired to be connected and to identify ourselves in terms of these deep, inescapable connections. Our right brain, though usually less dominant, is inclined to recognize and cultivate connection. Oriented toward creative, artistic expression the right brain gives expression to our less cognitive, more intuitive awareness. Contemplative forms of prayer are designed to draw us into a more "right-brain" engagement with life. In stilling conscious thought, we learn to be less dependent on words and the expressions we form with words and to directly experience the larger realities of life that defy description. Deep prayer invites us to leave behind the world of words and enter the world of mystery and grace, beauty and awe. It challenges us to accept that there is much of life which we will never understand, let alone control. Of course, the challenge facing everyone who surrenders to God comes in trying to share that experience with others. To give voice to the encounter with the divine requires words. While those words always fall short of the larger reality to which they point, they give others the opportunity to consider the great mystery toward which they point. The temptation of the one who has never surrendered to the great I AM is to confuse the words with the mystery they are intended to describe. This is the great error of biblical literalists who settle for an inherently limited description of a much larger inarticulate reality. Biblical study and theological exploration are valuable enterprises for one who seeks to follow Christ, but they cannot substitute for doing as Jesus did and stepping back from all activity and being still before God. Finding stillness can be a challenge. Fortunately, human beings have been working at this for a long, long time. We have discovered many different approaches, one or more of which will work for you. I encourage all our members and friends to join a small group and devote yourself to six weeks of exploration, during which you will experience deep prayer in many different forms during our all church study that begins right after Easter. Since Easter comes early this year (March 31st), our All Church Study begins the first week of April and ends in the middle of May. Come to the quiet with your brothers and sisters and embrace the One Who Has Always Loved You. Sign ups begin soon!

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Remember in Prayer
Continue to pray for: the family of Donna Bagley, Helen Bailey, Margie Barlow, Dottie Bense, Harold Brickens, Mary Brill, Jerry Brown, Betty Ruth Buchanan, Linda Christman, Chris Collett, Dean Echols, Lorna & Skip Farnum, Anna Lou Horspool, Kevin & Linda Johnen, Carolyn Kenrick, Nancy Knott, Lowenn Land, Flora Miller, Denise Olson and family, Betty Rollo, John & Marj Schwenker, Claudia Tammen, Dorothy Tanner, Jack Townsend, Gil Tucker and family, and Bob Vannoy. Please pray for the following church in the Pacific Southwest Region: Faith Christian Church 1400 W 98th Street Los Angeles, CA 90047 Larry Taylor, Pastor

Prayer Requests: March 3, 2013
Linda Johnen Martinez children

Susie Wright

Continued prayers for the Linda Johnen family. Prayers for Maria Contreras, our grandmother, who is having surgery to remove her left leg due to complications from diabetes. Those working together for the homeless shelter.

Serving in the Military:
Adam Hawley, Deb Taylor’s nephew in Afghanistan. He will be gone nine months from his wife and new baby. Lt. Patrick O’Conner, Betty Rollo’s grandson-in-law, now back at his home base. Lt. Patrick Rollo, Betty Rollo’s grandson. He is also back at his home base. Joshua Reynolds, Jane Reynolds’ son. He is at Ft. Riley, KS dealing with PTSD and will be returning to Afghanistan soon.

Readings and Prayer Concerns for Week of March 11– March 17, 2013
Monday, March 11: Reading: Isaiah 43: 16-21; pray for the Chapel on Wheels Fundraiser taking place at Polly’s today. Tuesday, March 12: Reading: Psalm 126; pray for the Pathways of Hope Executive Board meeting in Chapman Lounge today. Congregational Prayer Day, Wednesday, March 13: Reading: John 12: 1-8; pray for the Senior Adult Ministry Group holding a worship service for Alzheimer’s clients. Thursday, March 14: Psalm 126; pray for Global Ministries Missionary Timothy Donaghy in Nicaragua. Friday, March 15: Reading: Isaiah 43: 16-21; pray for our city as they pursue the year-round homeless shelter and deal with community issues regarding that shelter. Saturday, March 16: Reading: Philippians 3: 4b - 9; pray for the Al Anon group using Fellowship Hall today. Sunday, March 17: Reading: Philippians 3:10 14; pray for the Camp Fire Girls as they celebrate Camp Fire Sunday. .

Address Change:
Please change your directory address for Christopher and Lena Lees: 14742 Beach Blvd. # 608 La Mirada, CA 90637

Thank You
We have received a Thank You card from the Preschool Staff in appreciation of the money FCCF gave them from the Assistance Fund. You will find the card on the Bulletin Board signed by all the staff.

Sunday Statistics
March 3 ’13 112 (Remember Service) 5 (Reawaken Service) 9 (Refresh Service) Weekly Giving: $4,646.60 Mission: $517.40 Budget Goal: $3,381 Week of Compassion: $53 Pathways of Hope: $300

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Seniors Meeting Tuesday
The seniors meet Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at 12 noon for our monthly luncheon and meeting. Our guest this month will be Rev. Mike Holland, Pastor of the Church of the Foothills, UCC & DOC. Rev. Holland will share with us about his recent trip with Rev. Don Dewey, our regional pastor, to Israel under the auspices of Global Ministries. But before our Tuesday meeting we will gather on this coming Wednesday, MARCH 13TH AT 10:30 AM TO SHARE A PROGRAM AND REFRESHMENTS WITH OUR ALZHEIMER’S GUESTS. Many of you have been asked to participate in the program or are setting up and serving refreshments but we also need people to greet and help our guests to the sanctuary and later to Chapman Lounge and to help serve them. We hope to see as many of you as can come that Wed. morning and then to see you again on Tuesday, March 19th for our regular meeting.

Food-Loving Guys (and Gals!)
One of Pathways of Hope’s fundraising events is coming up Saturday, March 23, 6 - 9 P.M. at the new Fullerton Community Center. There is still time to sign up and be one of the chefs to prepare small servings (200) of your favorite dish.) Each chef receives two complimentary event tickets. This year they will be celebrating Pathways of Hope’s accomplishments in Orange County. If you would like to know more about what Pathways does and how you might get involved, this would be a great event to attend. This year First Christian Church of Fullerton is the inaugural recipient of the “Friends of Pathways” award. Tickets are $55 per person in advance (deadline March 12) or $65 at the door. If you need more information on how to be a chef or how to make a reservation, Donna in the office can answer your questions. Let’s have a good turnout from FCCF.

Summer Camp is Coming!
It’s time to start planning for Summer Camp for our children and youth. Scholarship applications are due on or before April 30. For forms and more information, see Debra Todd or check with Donna in the office. Here is the schedule: Mini Camp - 7/7 – 7/10 $260 before June 7 nd & 3rd grade in fall 2013) (2 Junior Camp – 6/23 – 6/29 $355 before May23 (4th – 6th grade in fall 2013) Chi Rho Camp – 6/30 - 7/6 $355 before May 30 (7th - 8th grade in fall 2013) CYF I Camp – 7/21 -7/27 $355 before June 21 (9th – 10th grade in fall 2013) CYF!! Camp – 7/28 – 8/3 $355 before June 28 (11th – 12th in fall 2013 and 2013 graduates) Costs after Early Bird deadline are: $285 for Mini Camp, and $380 for all the other camps.

Chapel on Wheels Fundrais

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Still need your help with the coffee time on Sundays
Do you enjoy having a cup of coffee and chatting with your friends on Sunday mornings? We need help to continue this social time. It is a BIG job when only a few are doing all the work. Won’t you consider helping? We still need help to replenish the coffee cart around 9:15 – 9:30 A.M. so those coming to the 10:15 service can have a cup of coffee, then help at the end of the 10:15 service to refill coffee and goodies for those coming out of the 10:15 service and to clean up. Laura Schaffel has been handling these tasks but sure could use some help. If we can get a larger team to serve then none of us have to be working from 8 a.m. – noon every Sunday. If we do not get volunteers, we may have to discontinue the coffee time. If you can help at any of these tasks, Judi Smedley (714-738-7337) would love to talk to you. Thanks for considering this great ministry.

An Invitation
Ed Linberg, a member of the Mountainside Master Chorale, invites our members and their friends to hear the Chorale's next concert on Sunday, March 24, at 4 P.M. at the Claremont United Church of Christ, Claremont. The Chorale will present "Lux Aeterna," by Morton Lauridson who composed this work for the Los Angeles Master Chorale as their Composer in Residence. They presented its world premier at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in downtown Los Angeles under the direction of Paul Salamunovich on April 13, 1997. It has become a very popular work in a short period of time since that performance. In addition, the Chorale will sing a work that has been performed by our church's choir, "The Seven Last Words of Christ," by Theodore Dubois. Mitch Hanlon, our Director of Music, graciously loaned the Chorale 25 copies of the score for this work from our music library. Mountainside Master Chorale is most grateful for the loan of this music. Tickets are available from Ed Linberg until Sunday, March 17, as he has to turn in money and any unsold tickets for this concert on March 18th. The cost of tickets is $18 for adults; $15 for students and seniors, but just $12 per ticket if ten of us go as a group. Speak to Ed, or call him, to order your tickets for this concert.

Transfer of Possessions
If you have something you would like to give away, or sell at a bargain, you can advertise it here in this column. If you are in need of something, you can post it here also. Then if someone in the congregation or friends of FCCF need or want or can supply the item they contact me and I will put the two parties together. Great way to find homes for your unneeded possessions and help others find something they need. Check this column each week to see what is new. Available: *3-drawer Work Table with Vise $100 *Creative Memories albums and supplies. *NEW! 2 DVDs (brand new still in wrappers) “You’ve Got Mail” & “The Notebook” $5 each In Need of: *Good reliable used car *Glider Rockers for the back of Sanctuary & the Children’s Cry Room Donna Woodbridge

Preschool Assistance Fund
The Child Care staff has received the first of two disbursements of your generous love gifts (over $3,000.) We will continue collecting donations until March 31, and make the final disbursement in April. Please send your check to the church with Child Care Staff written on the memo line.

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All-Church Study
The All-Church study for 2013 begins on Monday, April 8 and will focus on different approaches to prayer, exposing participants to various prayer practices and empowering each person to pray in a fashion that suits his or her personality, time, and context. Some of the prayer practices will be more quiet and contemplative and others will be more active and engaged. Some will be centered around Scripture reading, others around quiet connection with God, and still others around prayer needs and requests. Some practices can be engaged anywhere, for any length of time, and others require a bit of preparation. Week 4 of our All-Church Study will bring you an opportunity to put pen to paper and experience prayer through journaling. Journaling is a practice that has been done for almost as long as people were able to communicate, look at cave drawings, and scraps of paper found in the desert. Journaling is an act for kinesthetic people to allow their bodies and minds to come together in prayer. Here you will learn the subtle difference between praying through journaling and keeping a diary of your daily events. Join us as we practice the beautiful rhythm of prayer journaling. Wouldn't you like to grow closer to God and more comfortable with prayer? Join other members of our church as we explore how we might "pray without ceasing." Small groups are offered on: Mondays, April 8 – May 13 at the Woodbridges’. Dinner at 6:30 P.M. class at 7:00. Donna is the facilitator. Thursdays, April 11 – May 16 in Chapman Lounge at 3:30 P.M. Chris Fee is the facilitator. Fridays, April 12 – May 17 in Chapman Lounge at 7:00 P.M. Elizabeth Beech is the facilitator. Saturdays, April 13 – May 18 at the Woodbridges’. Breakfast at 8:30 A.M., class at 9:00. Barry is the facilitator. Sundays, April 14 – May 19, at 9:00 A.M. in Chapman Lounge. Ed Linberg is facilitator

Pam Findley-Flor is facilitator in Room 107. Sundays, April 14 – May 19, 1:30 P.M. Debra Todd is facilitating Youth Group If none of these times work for you or you would just like to have a class at another time, please see Pam Findley-Flor and she will see about finding the right time for you. Let’s see if we can have more participants than when we did “Unbinding Your Heart.” Registrations forms are on the bulletin board in the Narthex.

What Does the Bible Really Say?

A Special Two-Session Study led by Dr. Randy Baxter, Sundays March 17 & 24 9:00 a.m. room 107.

Chapman New Testament professor Ron Farmer once wrote: "If the Bible says something is wrong, shouldn’t that settle the question? If the Bible says something is wrong, then it’s wrong. Period. End of discussion. But one should note that a thing is wrong for a reason. And what if that reason no longer exists today?" What was the reason The Holiness Code in Leviticus prohibited a certain kind of male to male contact or called it an "abomination" (Lev. 18:22)? Come hear Randy Baxter teach us this and other passages where the reasons include cultural purity to keep the Israelites distinct from the practices of the Canaanites, not necessarily because the Lord categorically condemned a same-gender relationship. In the often discussed passage in Rom. 1:27, used to prove God's condemnation of a group of people today, what exactly did Paul mean was "unnatural" and for whom was it unnatural? I Peter 3:15 "Always be prepared to give an account of your faith..." What are we able to say to our families, friends, or neighbors when they use unquestioned biblical passages such as these as a blanket condemnation of people different than themselves? These two sessions help us see clearly what is in the Book of our faith and not allow others the sole voice as to what it means.

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"The Illumination of Context: Reexamining Bible Verses Relating to Homosexuality" The Bible mentions homosexual acts in several places, but what did homosexuality signify to the cultures existing when these verses were written? At 9:00 A.M. on Sunday, March 17, this study will focus on the Old Testament verses and ancient Hebrew culture. On March 24, the New Testament verses and 1st-century Judeo-Christian and Roman Empire cultures will be explored. FCC member Randy Baxter has studied the issue of homosexuality and the Bible for the past twenty years, and has taught a similar study at annual conferences of Evangelicals Concerned With Reconciliation, a national organization of gays and lesbians from theologically conservative backgrounds. Randy's training as a history professor also enabled him to more accurately contextualize the Bible verses that relate to both homosexuality in particular and Christian sexuality in general. Please sign the registration form on the display board in the Narthex if you plan to attend.

Tri-Tip Organizational Meeting on Wednesday
This coming Wednesday night, March 13, all persons who are interested in being part of the Tri-Tip/Bratwurst Sales Project during the 2013 Downtown Market are urged to be present for an organizational Meeting at 7 P.M. in Chapman Lounge. 1) If you already volunteered, be sure to turn in the volunteer form by this Sunday. Extra forms are on the counter in the church office. 2) If you haven't volunteered to date, but now find that you'll be able to participate, speak to either Tom Beck or Dirk McCuen, our Co-Coordinators for this project, on, or before, this Sunday. 3) If you've volunteered, but can't make the meeting on 3/13, be sure to let either Tom or Dirk know that you'll be absent so they can include you in the organization of the work teams for each Thursday night beginning April 4. Thanks to everyone who has volunteered to be part of the 2013 Downtown Market Tri-Tip Project. We are looking forward to a great year and are delighted to know that this very successful program, which has generated in excess of $200,000 to support important ministries around the world over the past ten years, will continue this year. We are also grateful to the men and women who have devoted so much time to this project, especially Paul Smith and Jim Bailey who served as CoCoordinators in launching and sustaining this project for the past ten years. The Outreach Ministry Team

Final Report On Week Of Compassion
We received an additional $53 in Sunday's offering that was designated for the Week of Compassion. Adding this amount to the total received through February 24, which was $ 976.13, our total giving for the 2013 Week of Compassion Offering is $ $1029.13. We thank everyone who participated in the 2013 Week of Compassion Offering (WoC). Though our giving was well short of our $2,200 goal, in all likelihood, our Week of Compassion giving will increase as this year unfolds. There will undoubtedly be several disasters that will strike various countries, around the globe and including the United States, during this year. Whenever and wherever a disaster strikes--earthquake, hurricane, flooding and more--all of us can make a gift to WoC and designate it for the area that has been stricken. 100% of our giving in response to any disaster is used to respond to the needs of the people impacted by that disaster Ed Linberg, Chair ,Outreach Ministry

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No Responses To Date
Last week we put an article in "The Caller" announcing the possibility of our having an inter-generational mission trip this summer to a Disciples' mission station in Alabama, Louisiana or Missouri, with the possibility of going to the east coast to work in communities devastated by Hurricane Sandy last fall. As of last Sunday, no one expressed interest in this possible hands-on mission trip to Ed Linberg, Chair of the Outreach Ministry. If this interests you, please share your interest with Ed before March 17 so this matter can be discussed in more detail when the Outreach Ministry holds its next meeting on March 20th. The Outreach Ministry

Lent & Easter Activities:
March 10: Fourth Sunday in Lent March 14: Interfaith Passover Sedar @ Temple Beth Tikvah March 17: Fifth Sunday in Lent March 24: Palm Sunday, Choir Cantata, Easter Offering March 28: Frugal Supper & Maundy Thursday Service. Prayer Vigil starts at 8:00 P.M. March 29: Good Friday, Prayer Vigil continues until 7:00 P.M. March 31: EASTER – Worship at 10:15 A.M. (no 8 or 9 A.M. services) Easter Egg Hut, after 10:15 worship

Easter Lilies
It’s time to order Easter Lilies in memory or in honor of your loved ones. They are $8.50 per lily Make checks payable to FCC with Easter Lilies in the memo line. Name of Donor _________________________________________ No. of Lilies ______ In Memory or honor of _____________________ ________________________________________

We Get Letters . . .
In a letter from David Coatsworth, Director of Development, Disciples Seminary Foundation, Claremont we received this word. "Thank you! Your gift of $49.71 for DSF's Annual Fund was recorded on February 20, 2013. Direct gifts from organizations are a very important method of financing DSF's mission. We deeply appreciate your sharing of God's gifts.” FYI, DSF has some 50 degree-seeking students and 30 Certificate of Ministry students currently enrolled. This is the largest class of students in over a generation. Our gift assists DSF in educating Disciples' seminarians for ministry in partnership with seminaries in Seattle, the Bay Area and, of course, Claremont. Look for the complete letter on the bulletin board. The Outreach Ministry

Interfaith Passover Seder Experience
You are invited to experience the Jewish Festival of Passover at a Seder led by Rabbi Ken Milhander at Temple Beth Tikvah on March 14. Reservations required

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Holy Week Prayer Vigil
The Council of Elders will have our annual Holy Week Prayer Vigil from 8:00 P.M. Maundy Thursday (March 28) until 7:00 P.M. Good Friday (March 29.) If you have never been a part of this experience, you will be richly blessed by taking one of the ! hour slots and pray. You are encouraged to come pray in the Sanctuary if possible. (I have been so full- filled by spending the wee hours of the morning in prayer in our sanctuary. Editor.) There is a Prayer Vigil Board in the Narthex for you to sign up. Thanks.

Prayer Vigil Sign up
Please Indicate location: H – Home; C – Church

8:00 p.m. – March 28 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. 11:00 p.m. 11:30 p.m. Midnight – March 29 12:30 a.m. 1:00 a.m. 1:30 a.m. 2:00 a.m. 2:30 a.m. 3:00 a.m. 3:30 a.m.

Date March 28, 8:00 p.m. – March 29, 7:00 p.m. 4:00 a.m. 4.30 a.m. 5:00 a.m. Donna Woodbridge (c) 5:30 a.m. 6:00 a.m. 6:30 a.m. 7:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

Place – Sanctuary 12:00 noon 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. End

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Chapman University Founders’ Day
Listed below is the schedule of events at Chapman University Founders Day, March 15 – 16. Nancy Malotte is our coordinator and will be in the Narthex taking reservations the next two Sundays.

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First Christian Church 109 E Wilshire Avenue Fullerton, CA 92832
Reawaken (Early Worship Service) Sunday, 8:00 A.M. Refresh (Contemporary Worship Service) Sunday, 9:00 A.M. Church School for all ages: Sunday, 9:00 A.M. Remember (Traditional Worship Service) Sunday, 10:15 A.M. Youth Groups: Sunday, 1:00 P.M. & Wednesday, 3:30 – 5:15 P.M. Contemplative Service: Tuesdays, 7:00 P.M.

Serving March 10, 2013
Greeter: Pam Findley-Flor Guest Book: Barbara Fenters Coffee Host: Hospitality Ministry Acolyte Parent: Acquistapace Sound: Clare Keech Video: PJ Vannoy Lay Leader: Cam Malotte Children’s Moment: Debra Todd Elders: Craig Wallace, Emily Malotte, Janelle Vannoy (HC) HC Elders: PJ Vannoy, Randy Langston, Emily Malotte Diaconate: Paul’s Team Prepare: Rod & Jan Farley Ushers: Beverly Reinke, Alyssa Robidoux Serve: Linda Johnen, Cam & Nancy Malotte, Alyssa Robidoux, Anna & Dwain Van Diest, Clean Up: Beverly Reinke, Anna & Dwain Van Diest Alternates: Luanne Bailey, Paul Robidoux

Serving March 17, 2013
Greeter: Ted Adams Guest Book: Ada Rodman Coffee Host: Hospitality Ministry Acolyte Parent: McCuen Sound: Alyssa Robidoux Video: Paul/Travis Robidoux Lay Leader: Youth Children’s Moment: Youth Elders: Sharlane Blakeley, Randy Langston, PJ Vannoy Diaconate: Paul’s Team Prepare: Paul & Alyssa Robidoux Ushers: Linda Johnen, Dwain Van Diest Serve: Linda Johnen, Cam & Nancy Malotte, Alyssa Robidoux, Dwain Van Diest, Janelle Vannoy Clean Up: Rod & Jan Farley, Linda Johnen Alternates: Nancy Malotte, Paul Robidoux

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